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THE WASHINGTON TDfES. MONDAY, NOVEiMBER 12, 1917.
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Accidents of This Nature .Are Not Rare 'Over There'
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Washington has more of the "grape
Juice flavor tod- than ever before.
With this pronounced odor In the
Katlontl Capital today, doom Is ahead
for the liquor traffic throughout the
nation.
This Is the opinion of 'William Jen
nings Bryan, former Secretary of
State and "dry" champion, whro ad
dressed more than 2,000 persons at a
mass meeting at Poll's Thester jes
terday afternoon.
"I am delighted 'with the clean at
mosphere which now pervades the
Capital," he declared. "Grape Juice
has become a more pronounced fav
orite here than ever before, andj It
Is with great pleasure that I observe
the signs of Its popularity."
Great Crowd Overflows.
So great was the crowd .It was
necessary to turn over a thousand
away and hold an overflow meeting
on the south steps or the Treasury
at the conclusion of his first speech.
At both places Mr. Bryan's remarks-
were received with enthusiastic ap
proval by the "drys" present.
national prohibition Is only a ques
tion of a short time was the speaker's
opinion. But for the great rush of
war business Congress would have
enacted a dry law for the whole
eouatry he declared.
After giving a survey of the havoo
wrought by liquor In England before
the War and paying tribute to Secre
tary Baker and Secretary Daniels for
their action In behalf of the welfare
of, our fighting men, Mr. Bryan con
cluded with a scathing denunciation
of the liquor Interests.
Secretary Daniels presided. The
meeting was opened with prayer by
Bishop William F. McDowell. Other
speakers were the Very Rev. P. J.
O'Callaghan and "VV. B. Wheeler. Bene--dlctlon
was pronounced oy the Her.
Walter H. Brooks.
HUSBAND TOO YOUNG.
NEW YORK. Nov. 12. Mrs. Kath
arine Caroline Howland HagneU. who
was married on October 24 last to Ed
ward Hagnett, has filed suit for an
annulment. Mrs. Hagnett, who is
thirty-two years old, said that her
husband represented that he was
thirty-three years old when he pro
posed marriage, but she has since
learned that he was only twenty, and
she doesn't want to be the wKo of a
bor.
ADVERTISEMENT.
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; Advances Price
San Felice Cigar Now 6c
The high standard of quality of the
Ban Felice cigar will be maintained.
During the past year the increases In
taxation, raw material and wages
have been so great that It Is Impos
sible to continue to sell San Felice
cigar at the old price.
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NEW TORK, Nov. 12. American
Jews today are more determined than
ever to stand by the Administration
at Washington and give their all. If
necessary, to win the war.
The action here yesterday of the
American-Jewish committee, repre.
eentlng 4,200 Jewish organisations In
the United States, in pledging to
make every sacrifice necessary for
America and the allies, has made a
profound Impression.
Resolutions adopted by the commit
tee said, among other things:
"We dedicate to the perpetuation oi
American Ideals and Institutions, to
the maintenance of the honor ot our
country and the preservation of the
principles for which It stance, our
u-.. ,,- nnrslons. and these most
dear, to the end that liberty shall not
perish from the earth."
Dr Israel Frledlander, one of the
principal speskers at the conference,
deplored a tendency on the part of
some to refer to members jof his race
"Jews" when tney commiwea a
wrong act, DUl wnen. wicy ngi;uui.
pllshed commendable deeds their race
or creeu, ne aeciarea, id uui iucu
tloned. oV
All old officers of the committee
were re-elected, and Philadelphia was
named as the convention city for next
year.
DISTRICT SOLDIERS TO
BE MADE NON-COMS
AN ATLANTIC PORT. Nov.
Following a consultation between
Major Wallach A. McCathran, Captain
Fawcett, and Capt. William R, Lotus,
announcement Is expected today of
th'e names of a number of District of
Columbia soldiers who will be pro
moted to noncoms.
Several promotions were announced
yesterday, among them those of Sec
ond Lieut. Chester M. Reich. Joseph
A. Giovanni. Frederick Livingstone,
and William L. Martin to first lieuten
ancies. Five noncoms were promoted
to the office of second lieutenant.
The five new cubaltems are: Ser
geant major, Chancey Wlnstead; first
sergeants. W. G Ah earn, Frederick G.
Dexeldorf, Lloyd E. Kelley, and Barry
W. Holtx.
ADVERTISEMENT
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price of San Felice cigars to 6c To
our many friends who slnoke the San
Felice cigar because of its high
quality we ask a continuance of your
patronage. San Felice cigars now 6c
The Delsel-Wemmer Co., Lima, Ohio.
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Upsets into shell craters along the road to Berlin are. not to l been "ditched," that a German projectile has undermined his bonle
be avoided by the drivers of British lorries and transport wagons. I vard. . Here is shown a lorry to which some such mishap has ocenrerd,
Often the soldier-chauffeur trundles over what appears to be a per- and which is awaiting the "wrecking crew," which will pull it out and
fectly solid bit of highway, only to find, after he and his machine have start it toward the Friedrichwilhelmstrasje once more.
EVEN DEVIL WOULD
BLUSHATGER1N
SINS, SAYS PASTOR
'Germany's sins have damned her
through the ages."
This is the opinion of the Itev. James
L. Gordon, pastor of the First Congrega
tional Church, who, last night, read a
bitter Indictment of Germany Iniquity.
Takelng as his theme "How Germany
Lost Her Soul." the pastor' set forth to
a throng, of whom many wore the uni
form of the United States, a chronologi
cal list ot German atrocities.
"The devil In the depths of hell would
blush for shame at some ot the things
that Germany has done In this war,"
the preacher said. "Firing on men and
women struggling in Icy waters and
then shelling rescuers who answer dls
tress signals sent out by the Germans
themselves, is but a part of the Hun
method. To make a living shield of
women and -children for German troops
Is an example ot their vaunted efficiency.
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Merchants Aid Shoppers In
Early Xmas Mail
Help the postofficc handle a record Christmas maiL Prepare
and mail at the store purchases that are to go out of Washington.
The store will help you do this.
If you mail them at home, see that they are wrapped securely,
are properly addressed, and have the postage fully prepaid. Mail
early.
Mailing at the stores centralizes collections and makes it easier
all around. ,
High wages and salaries paid in Washington and throughout the
countryat the present time are expected to bring a volume of Christ
mas mail far in excess of that of other years.
Thousands of young persons recently come to Washington for
work with the Government will be remembered from home. Nearly
every Washingtonian will want to remember a soldier boy "some
where.' Co-operate with the postofficc to have your packages delivered
on time.
The city's merchants are co-operating and will help you cooperate.
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Determln'd
that evry soldier.
and officer of the new na-
IB1IU1, .IIU unn-n - .(iv .-, ...-
tlonal army shall be riven ample op
portunity to undci stand and equip
himself Ith the peclal form of in-
nr,ta uhlrh f!onirrrs ha nrovlded.
t the Treasury D-pnrtmcnt N making'
preparations to cerry on a nldespreaa
educational propaganda In connection
with the law. . !
A corps of rirtv civilian Insurance
experts has been organirrd to act
under he direction of the greatly
enlarged Bureau of war Hlsk In
surance These men will he dlstri
buted among the irmy cantonments
A4 tltiltiB sn mTifi tint tlMe var lit
devote their enercies to explaining
I to the soiaiers nm oiiurrs how tne
' new insurance lav oprraler
The fifty Insurance Instructors
OINSURANC
IN
WILL CLARIFY LAW
AT CANTONMENTS
were selected from among the young poted. which will bo February 15
Insurance sellers & the country. There will then remain the work of
Young bankers and real estate men phslcally examining all men called
who also handle insuranres, and are for mllltar service, so that It Is as
familiar with all crunches of Insur- med It will be March or later before
ance business haye been enlisted In ,he ,ec0nd draft contingent shall
the work of exp'ilning lo the men ,aVe been selected
the benefits of the new system , There are thousands of men ac
Thelr work Is to begin Immediate!) cpted for military service under the
Naval training nations and chore t ,lraft KK ,nay be cafd to
stations also will be visited and ar-. tne colors before the new draft
rangements will be made for the' cIa8iflcatlon plan goes Into opera
clvlllsn insurance instructors to go tlon In ,nl, st are ,, who vwero
( aboard n'P-' 'en they are In examlned and passed and who made
port so that the sailors may be given' ,, cam, of exemption From pres
every opportunity to buy Government, (nl lndicatlons this reserve list will
insurance. br drawn llpon to keep tl)e ,jv,on,
nitri cr dimoc r?nnZZ. - t no,v ,n camp at fu" trength until
, RIFLE RANGE FOR DEFENDERS.! the revised draft selection plan Is in
A rifle range, where members of
tne Home uerrnie League Hides may
prsctice wiiii nigh power mlllt
service rifles, is open ind-
rK
Eastern Market. Seventh and C streets
southeast. Heretofore, the members
have been shooting over the rsnges
at Toll's Theater, and at the Union
Station
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PMOXO
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TO BE DELAYED
Adoption of the new plan of re-
classifj Inir all remaining registrants
w III delay the second draft call until
jprlnR, acconlinc to the general im-
preaslon prevailing In n?IIIta-y quar-
'cr8
yuesiionnaires sent out to all me
men of registration afe who vere not
called out in the first draft will be
ireturned to local boards by December
IS To months are then allowed
regulations promulgated by the Presl
dent to complete the work of classl
fylng the registrants
In the absence of any official state
ment as to the time for calling out
the second draft. It Is assumed that
this call will bo delayed until the
ork of assigning all registrants to
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RUSSIAN MINISTERS
ARE GIVEN FREEDOM
TETROORAD, Nov. IS Admiral
Vandervskl, minister of marine, has
been asked to assume his duties. M.
Nlkllln. minister of the Int'-rlor, snd
r .. n.il.lf mlnl.l.. rf l.t... f
i,l wn.w. ....mats, w, inwui, miso
were released. They report thst the
resistance by the derender of the
winter palace was feeble. Although
the ministers msde great efforts to
persuade the garrison to remain nt
us posts, the palace capitulated after
"large bomb, bad been thrown Inside
2D DRAFT CAL
UNURCH
UN0EBWOOJ7C UNDERWOOD
TRIPLETS NAMED
FOR PRESIDENTS
Not because he has so many chil
dren, but because they arrived In such
quick succession. John Rlccobono, a
shoemaker, of 1141 Fifteenth street
northwest, doesn't know what to do.
Wilson, Roosevelt, and Taft the
triplets, three weeks old need food
and clothes. As there are two other
children In the family, neither of
them over four years old. It can be
seen how the Income from a little
shoe shop, scarcely wider than the
front door, must be strained.
"I worked hard, mister, and we had
plenty, but not flno like some people;
but now since the other three come,
I dunno, I dunno," said the distressed
father today. "Coal I can buy no
more, and the gas to heat that costs
very much."
As he sits In his small workshop
holding shoes between his knees, and
driving nails In them. John wonders
what he Is going to do for the three
little brothers, lying side by side In
their crib that takes up a good
share of the space In the little room
above. John has been in this country
thirteen years. He Is thlrtyseven
years old, and his wife Is two years
younger.
when the triplets came to the shoe
maker's shop three weeks ago, the
proud parents searched about for the
names of the three greatest men In
the world to give their new sons.
The names of no others than the
greatest were good enough. They
selected the names of the three last
Presidents of the country of their
adoption Wilson, Taft, and Roose
velt. 'We need things to eat. and we need
clothes snd money." said the father
"Mister, do jou think the people will
help usT You think they will give
us something?"
One woman gave three little ging
ham dresses to the notable trio
Others have given their dollars and
dimes. Do vou want to help Wilson,
Taft, and Roosevelt;
2 WEEKS LEFT TO SEND
XMAS BOXES TO SAILORS
Families and friends of men
American warships have less than
two weeks to get their Christmas
boxes readj-
The Navy Department has sent out
notification that all boxes must be In
New York not later than Vov ember
2. Here are three ruin that must
be follow e'd in every Instance where
Christmas packages are sent to men
ot ue fleet
All mail matter should be auaress
ed as prescribed In the posts! regula
tlons. marked "Christmas jjox or
"Christm lr,..ni" and all express
matter should be addresed care of
the supply officer, navy jard. New
York, with the name of the sender
on every box.
Parcel post packages should be In
closed in boxes with hinged or screw
ed top. Express packsses must be
of wood, not more thsn two cubic
feet in volume and weighing not more
than twenty pounds. N" perishable
food, unless in cans or glass Jars,
will be accepted for shipment. AH
boxes will be Inspected by supply
officers before going to the fleet.
TELEGRAPHERS GET RAISE.
HAZU3TO.V, I H-. Nov 1 Tel'"
graph operators und station agents
on the Mahanoy nnd Hsileton divis
ion of the Lehlg.'i valley railroad
have received advances In WI"
ranging from $7 to 10 P month
WANT FOR FOOD
Many college students can b of
greatest service to the country by re
maining at their studies and complet
ing their education, according- to Sec-
rataryvof War Baker, trho has written
a patriotic message (or the studenta
of George Washington University.
The message Is printed In the cur
rent Issue of The Hatchet, weekly atu-
uviiipuoiicauon.
"When the call to naUonal military
service arose." says Secretary Baker,
"spirited young men everywhere, of
course, wanted to be employed In a
patriotic way, and I suppose there Is
scarcely a young man n any college
In the country vho has not very
anxiously aifdrai, ,. v.imaaie tt
question: "What can I dor
Ke General Answer.
"I think, that there Is no general
answer to this question. Even in
those cases where :t would be ob
viously better for a young man to
stay at college nS prepare himself
for later and fuller usefulness, yet
If the young man In so doing ac
quires a low view of his own cour
age, and feels that he Is electing the
less worthy cours. the effect on the
young man of that state of mind
toward his own actions probably
will be so. prejudicial that It ought
not to b encouraged.
"To the extent that the men In
college are physirall7 disqualified, or
to the extent that they are too
young to meet the requirements of
the- department. It seenls quite clear
that in. the prssent state of the
emergency their major usefulness H-s
In remaining In the college, going
forward with tnilr academic work.
The knowledge thst the students will
acquire at collega -a ill equip them
for subsequent usefulness if the
emergency lasts until their call
comes.
Dlserlsslaatlag Eatkaslass.
"But we do not want" to chill en
thusiasm. We want to preserve en
thusiasm and cultivate It and use It;
I but we want to be discriminating la
our enthuslam and prevent people get
ting the notion that they are not help
ing the country unless thoy do some
thing different, which very often is
not the case at all.
"The largest usefulness mar come
from doing the same thing. Now It la
not unnatural that there should be
these ebullitions of feeilsg, this de
sire to change occupation as a badge
of changed service and devotion to
Ideals. Our colleges can exercise a
steadying Influence In this regard.
"We are going to have losses on the
sea; we are going to have losses In
battle: our communities are going to
be subjected to the rigid discipline of
multiplied personal griefs scattered
all through the community, and we
are colnr to search the cause of these
back to their foundation, and our feel-f
lngs are going to be torn and our
nerves made raw.
"There Is a place for physicians of
public opinion to exercise a curative
Influence by preaching the doctrine of
, tolerance, by exemplifying tha-fact
that It Is not necessary for a nation
like the United States, which Is fight
ing for the vindication of a great
Ideal, to discolor Its purpose by hatreds
or by the entertainment of any un
worthy emotion."
THORNE CHALLENGES
WILLIAMS TO APPEAR
Counsel for Freight Rise Oppoaeats
Renews Attack. ,
Clifford Thorne, chief counsel for
United States shippers In their fight
sgslnst Increased freight rates, today
again assailed John Skelton Williams,
Comptroller ot the Currency, for his
advocacy of higher revenues for the
railroads. He said:
"It must come with a shock to the
Investing public to learn that a man
occupying the position of Comptroller
of the Currency for the United States
Government attempts to Justify his
claim that the securities of railroads
have sustained the heaviest shrink
ages, that he should seriously offer
to the consideration of the public a
comparison of the decline of Govern
ment bonds having circulation privll
eges with those o fthe common stock
of a few railroad.
Terhaps these remarks were
prompted by his earlier training as
a. member of the board of directors
or the Seaboard Air Line Railway
Company. Had Mr. Williams desired
to exercise any degree of fairness
he would have compared like with
like; he woull have compared govern
ment bonds representing the credit
of the Government with railroad
bonds which represent the credit of
the railroads.
"Again I challenge Mr. Williams to
appear before the commission and pre
sent what facts- he has, subject to
cross examination.
ADVERTISEMENT
Feel Fine! Take
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Liver, Bowels
Spend 10 Cents! Don't stay bil
ious, sick, headachy,
constipated.
Can't harm you! Best cathartic
for men, women and
children.
Enjoy life! Your system Is filled
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nesaacny, dizzy, tongue coated,
breath bad and stomach sour Why
don't you get a 10 cent box of Cas
carets at the drug store end feel
bully? Take Cascarets tonight and
enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver snd
bowel cleansing you ever experienced.
You'll wake up with a clear head,
clean tongue, lively step, rosy skin
and lookiug and feeling fit Mothers
can give a whole Cascaret to a sick,
cross, bilious, feverish child any time
they are harmles
-never gripe or
sicxen.
Efforts of German propagandists ts
frighten Americans out of whole
hearted participation In the war by
false reports of heavy British losses
are denounced by Secretary of War
Baker. The heaviest British losses
were about T per cent, the Secretary
said, and these have been reduced.
Secretary Baker's statement was
called forth by. a letter from Senator
Saulabury, of Delaware, requesting an
official announcement to check the
"prc-Oerman campaign to discourage
American patriotism by pessimistic
reports regarding the danger to our
soldiers In France." '
"The American people are not chil
dren to be frightened out of the path
of duty we have chosen, merely for
the reason that the duty la grim,"
Secretary Baker said In reply to" Sena
tor Saulsbury's letter.
"No one can foretell what American
losses will be, the Secretary continued,
though he said It was -Inevitable that
many of our ions and brothers will
fall."
"Up to June 1," Secretary Baker
added, "the losses of the British ex
peditionary forces-in deaths In action
and death from wounds were about
7 per cent of the total of all the men
sent to France since the beginning; of
the war. It may be added that the
ratio of losses of this character to
day, because of Improved tactics aad
the swiftly mounting allied superior
ity in artillery, Is lesa than T to every
100 men."
$75,000 TO BE SENT
ARMENIA AND SYRIA
NEW TORK; Not. 12-Arraage-ments
are being made today to use
Immediately $75,000 raised yesterday
at a mass meeting for war sufferers
In Armenia, and Syria.
The meeting was addressed by
Henry llorganthau, former ambassa
dor to Turkey, who spoke at length
of some of the privations ot the
stricken people. He estimates that
more than 1.000.000 Armenians and.
Syrians have been slain by the Turks
since the beginning- of the war.
Swift Coozanr's sales ef bsef to Wxsa-
lnrtod. D. CX. for the mk eadmg Saturday;
Nov. IV. ntT. avtratsd as follows: SomesD
beef. lO cents per peusdVLdvt.
AMUSEMENTS
If
to'
TIOfJAt T-smlsM. 8-39
Jane Cowl
la ''Iilar Tiaut" ftr Jaoe Oowt a
in fcntfb I Here Js&elCur&a
Eves, (aa to H. aUtSksea. Ue to tU.
MEXT WEEK-SCATS THURSDAY
A NATIOHAL INSTITUTION
FOLLJES
FIISTCIKEITTKSMr
PHILADELPHIA
ORCHESTRA
LEOPOLD STOKOYYSKL.Ceadarfsr
sttoUt
OSSIP GABRILOWITICB
TICKETS Z-BO. PM, SI JO. tlJKI.
Of flee mt T. Aiiaar gsslta. 130 G St,
Katlocal TTMater STtrTZ
Tuesday, nor. ;,
JO. mm m
Kreisler
tt.co. ii.se. ilea.
x I III.
Boxes, no 09.
On sale at Mrs.
Greene's ticket ef- ..., . .
See m Droos's. Tie WarM'a Greatest
Uth and G. VleUalst
BELASCOkUl.aO.tMbSl.M
Oliver Merese Preseats the Biggest
Langalag Success In Tears.
"UPSTAIRS ad LWWM"
After a Year's nasi la Xew Terk.
JTEXT TVEEK SEATS JJOW.
WILLIAM BODGE IX
"A CURE FOR CURABLESY
B.F. KEITH'S ,r
TWO STARS AT THE TOP
CONROY & WEUIM8T0N
LEMAI8E j CROSS
FLORENZE TEMPEST
MAUD FARL CO. FORD 8T3TZK3
IIEKRT I. MARSHALL. SINCLAIR
CASPER. -IN TPC DABS." JACK LA
VIER. ETC.
Toollht. IJI.
U1UIM
Tae Taur., Bat.
pnces.se.ua.
THE BIG SPECTACULAR SHOW
TREASURE ISLAND
S Team an Breadwar.
First Time at Pop alar Price.
est Week Tsi Hcwlrweda.
STRANDvvS15
WM. S. HART
IX
THE XARROW TRAIL."
GARDENEIw
FRANCIS X.BISNMAN
IX
"THE ADOPTED SOX."
LOEWS' COLUMBIA
Continuous. U A. M. to n P. X.
Mora., Aft.. !3e. lie. Nlshts. 10s. lie. Xe.
ALL THIS WEEK
MARY PICKFORD
in "The Utile Princess"
Huor
STONE AND PILLARS
la tbe ew
SOCIAL MAIDS
XEIT WEEK "Maid, of America"
COLISEIM rS-SV-w-Prize
Dancing Nightly
Colon Music. Ladles Pre. Oold Prtzss.
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