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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1,-1017.
I JAPANESE FINANCIAL MISSION REACHES U. S. A PACiriC POItT. Nov 1 Bron Tutaro Herata. at the head of a spe tal Japanese financial mission, ar Sired here yesterday. Prominent Japanese merchant and financiers Bake up the party, which will pro filed to Washington after a atay of mreral days here. It la probable that a Jaiian-ae- JLtaerlcan chamber of commerce may ft formed as the result of, the new Commission! visit to this country. Baron Hegata Is credited with hav tZUT reorganized the financial policy of Japan. EFFORT TO MAKE D. C. "BONE DRY1 Moving Great French Gun on Specially Built Truck ADVERTISEM ENT. j TO REMOVE DANDRUFF j Get a small bottle of Danderine at amy drug store, pour a little Into your hand and rub well Into the scalp with tas finger tips. Bv morning most, if Sot all. of this awful scurf will have laappeared. Two or three applica tions will destroy every bit of dand Eaff: atop scalp Itching, and falling air Your SkTk Child Is Constipated! Look at Tongue Hurry, Mother! Remove poi sons from little stomach, liver, bowels. ISN0WF0RESEEN CIve "California Syrup of Figs' If cross, bilious, or feverish. Sfa matter what alls your chili a Catle, thorough laxative should al ways be the first treatment given -. .If your little one is out-of-sorts. half-alck. isn't resting, eating, and acting naturally look. Mother! see tongue Is coated. This is a sure nec'loJt'rK garf hoeT soM t&SE f u5?ao?To?l! gT Jeaspoonful of "California fiS, SUpt'?., Jo1. undigested ohi.V"! blI! Bently m out of the lile bowels without griping, aadou have a well. playfSl child "Mothers can rest easy after jrivlnr- It never falls to cleanse the little ,"Ter and bowels and sweeten the stomach and they dearly love? iu SaSlfWiff? W. d"-tIons for babies, children of all ages and for crown-ups printed on each bottle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrup. Ask your druggist fora bottle of ;Cal!. fornia Syrup of Jigs," then see that It is made by the "California Fig fcyrap Company." If It is found that the Reed "bone dry" law does not apply to the Dis trict of Columbia, the question of maklne it effect I v In the ni.trlrt will be brought up In Congress the ccmlng winter by the dry leaders. Excellent legal authority holds that the Heed law does not apply to the District. In fact. It is known that mis is me view or some or tne High est officials concerned with the en- ff?rrfmnt rtf th. law Tti. a. t.lt !. courts will hold that when Congress. In putting through the need "bone urj- amendment, promoted tne send infi of llauor Intn Arv Ktaf a and Tai- rltorles," but omitted specific mention of the District of Columbia, It ex cluded the District from the operation of the measure. Fight la Imminent. The courts undoubtedly will annn have the opportunity to pass on the matter. Unless the Reed law applies. It Is expected a good deal of liquor for beverage purposes will enter Wash- IfiLTton. Antl-ltnnnr tVi aa wilt ....a permit this without appeal to the Should that a-nti'a fanltf 41. Ti-- law applies to the District no fur ther legislation will he needed. In the view of the dry leaders. But If they hold otherwise, then every ef fort Will DA mad ,n ara- .1.- 1- ; - - mo aav amended so as to Include the District. rrooaoiy it would be possible to force such amendatory legislation thrOUBTh bath hnitaaa A -1...I1.. Senate and Bouse on a test would probably line up for Jt Some diffi culty might be experienced to forcing ivhj a uio oeamie. Measure) Would Pass. Anti-liquor leaders aav that th omission of specific reference to the District of Columbia In the Reed urcuure is one to the fact It was hurried through. Senator Reed, It Is Well known, hrrttia-fc l.a hvk.. j m proposition up without expecting It would pass. They say, however, that Congress, which has Just made an exception of Itself in levying war profits tax, cannot well appear before the country In the light of excepting "" ura mo jieea "Done dry" law, This photograph is one that should interest every American in view of the agitation for protecting our coast lines by guns mounted on railroad carriages. It shows a great gun which the French are preparing to send to the front in Flanders. It is mounted on a railroad carriage of immense strength. The weight of this piece of ordnance is tremendous. Photo ,by International. Fund By Ctnsor. For moving cannon of this size, platforms' and wheels of tin usual strength must be especially made. The tracks and road beds must also be greatly strengthened and carefully inspected. A' spreading of the tracks would not only endanger the valuable cannon, but would interfere with the entire transportation service. BOOZE GIVEN PRIZE NO, THAT'S HIS NAME Booio holdi aecond prtxe today. Butlt fant th slnnf. i- . t - " - u, II. id rfeVUtCs, wuohw iau name is James Booze. & iweiTe-year-oia school boy, who VUM aWJ-drd th mfnnA -.J... ., .. Crtnch-Tvlir TTnm a-. C.k.l A - --- w uu uvuuut AslBO clatlon's Halloween party last nlfbt. raw wm znasKea as Banta Claus. The flrat prize was civ en to Miss EwllO T.JIV.B onirnma., .. .- - w --. "". a nu VWL. Mrs. Jnhn TT. 'Vlfmt.f.t.f- ...-., - - -..., aiceiUCUl, oi i .ue wiaca-iyier uammunity Jusocla wuu, rcBeuiea ine prizes. BREWERIES OF CAPITAL TOBREW'ALMOST'BEER J'ear beer and soft drinks are rldlna- in WashlnrtAn hv.Fva.... today. Here le what fh tiporri.. - v . .... B.O SV ing 10 ao: The Abner Drury Brewlner Com pany. Twenty-fifth and O streets northwest, will distribute near beer shipped here from the home company. i uin.u,a neuricn brewing Company, Twentv-flfth street, near water Htreer. vriii mant.rao.. ... --- --.. . ...W.kU.V oil apple extract and an apple Juice arinic The J. Schlltz Ttritrlnt- rnMn-.w Third street nnit T7nnlnl. -.1 1 northeast, and the Pabst Brewing Com j.!!?. iim ixurin uapiioi street, will uanoie near Deer. The Anheuser-Busch Brewing Com pany, Twenty-fifth and O streets northwest, sold out Its supply of beer yesterday, and wlllrom today devote Its entire time to a. mnft HrfnV t.t.t. It has patented. The National Capital Brewing Com pany, Thirteenth and E streets south east, has been tttrneif fntn an t.... -..., ice cream factory. The Arlington Brewery Company. Rosalvn. Va.: the nermitn TirAtvino. Cotnoinr. 7.1 T mtrm .nntli.... .1.- Washlngton Brewery Company, Fifth ana r- nortaeasi, ana otners nave gone completely out of business. OUT-OF-TOWN BREWERIES AFTER CAPITAL'S TRADE CARNIVAL CROWD HELPS LA W MAKE CAPITAL GO DR Y IBslsssssssn I 1 jgMtV Oo-jrHMJJlJ ,2 AVashlnerton mav xro into the llauor mall order business todftv. XnA if It does It will be on the receiving end. Practically every person whose name Is In the city directory received In ths Vns.il Tmaw iMrtan tilsnia frnM several out-of-town wholesalers. xne oraer Diantcs nave attacnea an affidavit which the prospective con- IIMai. fa ill-s-an . 4111 . t.l.n " s uii ct.t.vu e.w till wui,( a..-" l.l . before a notary and swear that their 1. nB ' purchase will not be used for anv : Festoons illegal purpose. ft?n a--h .M1 1.- A11-4 ..!--- -eft davit attached hereto, duly executed. accompanies me oraer as requirea oy .., is ma ff.rains at inc lup u. an meiM. hla.V enn TYaltlmnrj. hnw. lng company known over the country. The price list is attached, and even a list of rates allowed on empties returned. "Gone." This slcn Is hunc- out todsv for John Barleycorn. Halloween witches spirited him away while thousands watched helpless. Quiet and order distlnmiished the passing of King Alcohol from Wash ington at midnight Those who watched for a demonstration saw nothing. John places. died prematurely at mosj hlfciofflclir demise; the last' bit of fill LITTLE HOPE FOR DRY IOWA. oinea ornciai ana unoincisi returns in dicating: the defeat qt theconatltutlonal prohibitory amendment, voted on In a vs..wnr o( uid aji.at.Q ca;uiii a fnunll ftsi mat fs rlslDrmlna s time for maklnff a cahvam f the recount recently oruerea. j.iire hub no marked change in the status of the - I- ... .u.llnhla Afflxlal turns from elehty-slx counties and un ornciai tabulations irom tne remain tns tkUUio nhnm 1tCr otrolnat m r,r1 214,143 for the amendment. W tmrvsi frnm m.a .t - VMd haunts" lie had retired to the ... ana e'oaetsc where his friends protected mm with kindness and sympathy. , Hut Trra a Gay Death. At the Ebbltt House 400 gathered tO dO honor to him an h nnaf ltitn- dreds of pretty women caressed him for the-'Iait '''time. Men. oM nA young, sang him, songs of farewell. with Halloween flmrpi epread over the walls and ceilings of the dinlngTooms. Confetti filled the air. An orchestra played old and new popular songs while everybody sang. Jlf k.n.latll.rn. l.tir.1. A m,A ...Inf.... ..... .a(u mm nutncu. Flags of the allies waved. The men wore reo paper caps, and the pretty women's neaas were adorned with tall yellow caps. Thin was the last last time. At RhnnmnVer. wn.A twtmnAm !.-. gathered for sixty years, the parting was sad. Shortly after 0 o'clock tho last bit of blackberry rnritlnl wa. drunk. As a sad party, some of them with tears in their eyes, sang "Auld turn Svn." RhnnmiVir. tncn4 1n a soft drink stand. I.nflfrf ilnnrii In nlaK nr hrlttt-n. llsrhta in th bufl&ta mt th of iQ w.mcr up i-ciuiaritaiiilt avenue as early as 0:3U. On Ninth street between Pennsltanla avenue and G street, only one bar was open at 10:30. The door of"one of the de serted saloons was nailed up with wooden planks. Across the planks If You Don't Get a Commission Your Deposit Is Refunded That's the Grosner METHOD OF DOING BUSINESS! Be sure of the proper fit and unusual quality at patriotic prices by selecting a popular KUPPENHEIMER UNIFORM TWENTY YEARS IS A LONG TIME was written In rough letters, "Closed On Account Of Death." (ilaaaes Go For Souvenir. "We have no glasses," said a bar tender at Miller's, Fourteenth and Pennsylvania avenue, shortly after S o'clock. "People have taken all, our glasses for souvcu'r. They want to SSV. Thta ! th alaaa that Tiit-.nl. my last drink In before Washington went ary,--- ne sala. The few re maining bits of (quor were served in. cpcktajl shakers-anythlng. Soldiers were not to be denied lr part in th- passing of rum. Dome or inem were seen drinking ilMit up at the oars as bold as any body. Others were whispering guard edly to friends Jiut outside the en. trances, come oraei ec ginger ale, and got something poured from two or more bottles. Others walked proudly by and tried to ejster unconcern. Harvey's bar closed at 11 o'clock, but a reserve store of spirits kept thine:. D--V In tti. main ..-- ..---l .- ... -uw himu i.ata upak.ir until the time limit put things to a close. Harvey's was on of the few Places that aarveri riVtnVa until mid night. As was the case nearly everywhere else, draught beer was exhausted long before time was called. Bottled beer was served at S3 Cents a hnttta AnA It vaa hut ..... n complained one drinker. llooie At a Soda Fountain. John Barleycorn was served over a soda fountain in the Bellavua lintel Nevertheless, It was the real stuff. On the plate mirror behind the rnnntxr was a price schedule card that read not the prices of cocktails and hlgh- tialla hut lh nrl... nf I - soda and chocolate milks. The drinks were aervert In anil, ,ln... ..- nlrs were popular there, too. At several at th h.n that .lui earlv. men tn HiiIa r.rann- a..i .. .. ----.. ... ....... (,vu,ja vuuiu UT seen knocking on the doors, as If they resented beln,; cheated out of one mo ment of the precious few hours. They wanieo, at least, what was coming to them. Til anltA lf Alf ..MiT.lln. .. !. ,.r - .., i.,utaitun bl L11Q contrary, policemen wore large white cnrfsanuiemums on tiietr coats to do iDvcreui-D .1 me lunerai, jne nowers were given them by the merry frol- IhAClt, Relations between policemen and the "last nlghters" were femarkabty ficsaaui, consiaering tne occasion; Jfen at tllA VI. a t nH,l..l tu.Ha. t - .- ..... ... - , ,uv.b AVH..CI abac tion say that arrests for drunkenness aui uisui numoerea no more tnao wtre regularly brought up on Satur- dlV nlirhta Th... aara-u. ti.tw a a-ta -a,-... auv.a, naio tvia tllHta for drunkenness last night In the First iticvuiut up to uie time the oars closed. There were ninet-v-one bara In this Dreclnet- anrf ilTtaan haft closed before the hist day.. Set Free at Midnight. Men arrested for drunkenness be fore midnight were allowed to go free at mldnlsrht because ther. via no law under which they -could be tried. The Jones-Works law died- at midnight, when the Sheppard law went Into force. Men arrested after 13 o'clock could be tried under the Sheppard law. This Is the first time that men arrested for disorderly drunkenness- have been allowed to go .reo wunout iriat since tne enact ment of the Jones-Works law several years ago. SlxtV-aeven nolleemen nnf-M1t4 that ("First precinct last night. The aver age numser on duty In the precinct Is twenty-seven. Neither an assault nor a fight was reported at 'No. 1 sta tion before the bars closed. Only the Empty Shelves. After 8 o'clock It was no- lonrer a question of "Whs,t wlll-you gentle men have!" but It was "TChat ran we getr Shortly after 0 the only thlna- tnat remained or the stocks of bulk dealers In the main downtown section were a few straggling bottles scat tered here and there on the shelves. I The Wlllard bar closed early, and was soon followed by the Shoreham. The Occidental hart a.pvait nn llta.tn. for several days. Brinks were1 taboo at the Raleigh bar before nightfall. " Jonn uarieycorn, So passed to oblivion a arnpn nt nl-a-a e- . ..- In local history. So ended the part- nersnip ot license and liquor. Ave atque vale, John Barleycorn. SOFT DRINK BARS FAIL TO DRAW THIRSTY FOLK i Guzranle t Covers . Yet That's the Length of Dr.Wyelh and Sfaffof Expert, Careful, Skilled Dentists Doesn't seem possible, does It? Yet that's ex actly what I do, for my work U made to last. Should any defect develop within that time come to me and I will repair it without charge or refund you the money originally paid. All work painless. Dentistry That Lasts "S?t$ Everything that will add to the comfort of our NiW patients is provided. Cleanliness is one of our many ATZ ' , .L inking features. Every instrument must be thor-4N4B l' r.-v-,A hfnre using. 9 Terms of Payment to Suit Examination Frea My Perfect Suction TeethJ Mill Not Slip or Drop- $5.00 Other Seta of Teeth, C3.00 up. Fillings, 50c to $1 un. In gold, silver, amalgam or porcelain. Gold Crowns nd Bridge Work. $3.00$4.00 $5.00 W II ADVERTISEMENT. of tite2sl&!iX&&srtrfi t X JHPT'aSa-BaSa . . t SalWWtaaaStSasBktSaSmlaH i The expected rush on nft rtrini- emporlums did not materialize today as was expected. In many Instances proprietors had extra nidi rii.nan.a-a On dutV. htlt ft lata- .attain In. k -a -. .vitotu lull. UO- rore noon that their services would tint h -axilllral P.nn.tatn.. lt,'..a a..... .. I. .tuy.iai.1, t-ilt 1Jot ooost ine priceit-a of drinks as long as the Ingredients ! .ou.iii mey are. it was said at a down-town drur atora that uvant well known stimulating drinks would advance In price soon. There Is a war tax on drinks of this nature and as soon as the stock In hand Is ex haused more money will have to jingle over the marble csunters be fore the beverage U forthcoming. 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BOOTLEGGERS ii Every agency of law enforcement was conscripted today to seek viola tors of the new prohibition law and to suppress bootleggers In Washing ton. This was the action of 'police offi cials. District authorities, and offl. cers of the Anti-Saloon "League, which promised to throw all resources at Its command Into the tight to. keep ins u-apiiai ary. Special Instructions were Issued to all police details and detectives to countenance no violation of the spirit of the Sheppard law, under which Washington became saloonless last midnight. Superintendent of Police Pullman today named In each police preslMt i sergeant to co-operate vrlOTthe -. dnct commander In supervising tk work of searching out violators of the law. Between 9 o'clock lajtulgat aa tie same hour this morning th poll made thirty-seven arrests for DaHi" 'Intoxication. Special squads ot pcHcs and detectives scoured vitrr section of Washington until early thia morn ing to clear the streets of th faaera) mourners, Conrad Syme,ecrporatIon coaaseV declared today- that his office will prosecute vigorously all vlolaters ot the law. The new police system to- dte law violators is the best on that th genius of the local department cealj Invent, and tha officers ar fully rt pared to cope with the situation to cording to Major Pullman. "Every effort wilt be mads br MM Anti-Saloon League of the District to see that the taws are enforced." vtf ti statement today of Andrew Wilson. -Ident of the organisation. Albert Shoemaker, secretary aas at" torney for the league, said that orsaa- lzatlon was prepared to demand tests of every substitute for beer by dealers. He predicted many drinks would be eeree. which lust keep within tha law. SMART AS PARIS- SMALL and CHIC See Them! Choose "the one that becomes you best, from our wide variety of win ter styles. We make a specialty of designing genuine Hudson Seal Hats and of other pelts. .ek. Special Sale of 200 Hats $4.95 N. BACHRACH CO., 915 G St. N. W. icnTTTmHniiiiiiMinMniiiiimiiiininnimii.i Special Prices Tomorrow on Modish Furi5 At Saks' Due to a great scarcity of fine skins, fur Trices, this winter will advance trepiendously. - Saks'-skins wercyurchased- months ago, and. storexTfbr this emergency, and forthat reasoa Washington women comment greatly upoh Saks' unusual prices. For instance, here are just 3 big specials: Fine Wolf and Fox Scarfs. .$25 Black Lynx Sets $30 New Nutria Coatees $70 Our Advice to Yob Is DON'T PUT OFF THE SELECTION OF THAT FUR COAT! 'Trapper to Wearer" Saks 3fur Company 1212 F Street N.W. IIKBIKIsllKKaiKKBXKIHlEKIiaiBiK:i A Mt mfffikM PLAINT OF IIOUOR MEN w 1 ON FREIGHTS IS IGNORED ft i . f"B."r? EelBr Until 8 O'Clsck, and an M.m!r, 0 M . 4 P. II. Maids in attendance. All Work Fully t.uar.ntcfd for SO l'miZ Dr. Wyeth, 427-29 7th St. M W Oppo.lle l.an.hurcb A. llro. and atrr Mo.t Thoroushlr Uq'ulppni I r,rr.r. la. Wa-Alntton. lhene SI?I 35S MRS. BELLE FOX 4731 N. Psulna St.. Chican. Mra. Fox writes us that sometimes she could not sleep, her scalp itched so from dandruff. Her hairwas thin, lifeless and dry. She bad the trouble two years before sha tried Cutlcura and was healed by using' one box of Cuticura Ointment and one cake of Cuticura Soap. For sample each free by mail ad dress post-card- "Cutirnnt, Dept. 20f, Boston." Sold everywhere. 'Soap 25c Ointment 25 and 50c The complaint of tha llauor dealers of ill I'aso, Tex. against the rates of 71 cents from St. Louis and 78 cents front Milwaukee to E Paso, on beer In carload lots, nu today dismissed by the Interstate Commerce CommU slon. The Commission refused to disturb the rates. i LABOR COUNCIL FORMS TO WAR ON GOMPERS NEW YOItK Nov, 1.-.X statement by the "provlaclonal executive com mute.." at 175 East Broadway, an nounces the perfection of a perma nent and national organisation of tho Workmen's Council of America for LabOr Standard- ati.1 tan,aat. The organization largely Includes Cool days and nippy nights make the thought of cozy "Oniforts" mighty attractive. This Advance Sale represents orders placed months ago, and means sub stantial savings for economical housewives who will be here in big numoers tomorrow to taxe advantage of the unusually low prices. , There are fluffy Cotton Comforts covered with figured chintz silkoline and satin some with wide, contrasting borders. Cozy All-wool Comforts sateen, silkoline and real satin covered-some deeply bordered. And the ton notch of winter luxury are our town Comforts-lijrht .as a feather with handsomely figured silk covers and sturinimr Tide borders. You never saw better values. Whether you cin mv little or much, there's something good for you here. Remember, you can buy here ON CREDIT whether your, need is Blankets or homefurnishings of any description. We'll give you a charge account and arrange small weekly or monthly payments, without notes or interest Peter Grogan & Sons C 817 to 823 Seventh Street I I i M t r - ;i mum- men wnoiars hostile to Mr. uompers. mm i mttMttwxmsmMsmTtwiMrwmu