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TTIi: WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 191S.
-2 I WAR DEPARTMENTS KAISER IS GUARDED IN NEW BUILDINGS BY MACHINE GUNS The Days of Real Sport OrrrlKM 1311. by the Tribune Association By Briggs T n War and Navy Department' ar rapidb abandoning the old State. War and Navy building on Pennsylvania r venue for the new building In l'oto mr park Already the procurement. t tribution and storage personnel of ihr gimv h iv n ved. while all of the t li e r il . iep?rtmcnt are in tr n- h hir'nin .eretarv himstli. lie retain an of fice in the e.ld building where he will tpend miinln; office hours. Secretarj o War Uaker will likewise l.e-p morning hours in the old building and spend his afternoon :n the new. The new nrfnv building, which i unit a of the nem sroup. and Is knov.n munitions buiidinir. is with the ni-vv building, to which it is aitnehed on. oi th' largest office buildings in n e "world. The munitions building a'one has M1.000 tqunrc feet of floor pa-e and contains ll.7fil.000 cubl. feet I will accommodate nearly D.Uvt persons. The Kiiirie.t uf Columbia construct ed a fortv-imhe sewer to the Tidal Basin to care for Ihe drainage from the rbof There are 2.500 telephone sets In the building, and a staff of 200 Tnessengers run from room to room. Nearly S5.000 pieces of mail, and 1.400 telegrams ai handled here dailv The navy building .s practically a duplicate of t"-e munitions building. Till: ilAGCn. Oct. 13. According to. a London dls-jfch to the New York Times It has been learned from a per-, ron closely connected with the Krupps that when the Kaiser made hi3 famous speech to hi, "friend" at Krapps he made .t f'om a carries" which ' ert that of the su-rounded by machine gun. and that he niwar crocs out now guarded by machine Buns in front and behind. When 5.00" men verc recently drafted I from Krupns to be sent to the front thev left singing the Marseillaise. ; Jl.inv people In Germany expect , rfvolutlon of the German populace In about two months. The Times' in Jurmant said he had already bought up enormous store in Holland to be rcodv for hi flia'it from Germany vlicn the time conic. JANITOR SEES REAL SNAKE. GRnENSra-RGH. ra October 13 When Janitor ICllngensniitii started the furnace in the Bank and Trust office building here recently a huge South merlcan boa constrictor crawled f ro n the ash box. A fruit dealer in the next building had re ceived a big consignment of ba nanas, and it I' supposed the snake, which was six feet three inches long, was concealed In the fruit. ' Good Shoe Repairing at Reduced Prices For This Week By Presenting. or Mentioning This Advertisement ashingtonians KNOW the superiority of our workmanship and material. This offer is made to introduce newcomers to our high-grade shoe repairing. Genuine Neolin or Fibre Whole Soles. . .$1.50 Half Soles of Leather or Genuine Neolin, $1.00 Rubber Heels 50c Ladies' Leather Heels 25c Washington Shoe Repair Company 909 D Sjreet N. W. Nkl x PATRIOTIC Turn.your Old Gold, Silver, Plat- imun.and DIAMONDS into CASH and; Br LIBERTY BONDSTWe" Boy Jewelry and Precious Stones of AflKmdft. We Have Unlimited Amorarfxrf Money. SUFFRAGETTES IVIAY WALK IN ON SENATE k ! , Lx5v f - in Liinnmixp OpeaS4o-5 Main -7108 Rooino, mtsast'N.w. FttsfrFIoof s'&irr J& V-rftl '& Washington's militant suffragettes have decided that tomorrow they will march right onto the floor of the Sen ate and hob-nob with dignified Sen ators providing the police don't And it out The women, so they sa. mil form upon the plaza "and witli no banner other than the American flag at their head, and the trl-colors of women's freedom, will march up the Senate steps through the focr and onto the floor of the Senate." Once on the Senate floor provid ing, of course, that they get that far they will burn the speeches of khlrty-four antl-suffraglst Senators and do other things not customarily done In the Senate. Including Stand in front of the presiding of ficer's desk Make speeches on the Senate floor. a privilege each Senator is very jeal ous of and guards carefullv Capitol police express doubt that tho program will be carried out as planned RECORD YIELD OF COAL IN 6 MONTHS Coal production in the United States as many men left the mines for other during the last six months has ex- war Industries. cccded all records In tho country's his tory, the ruel Administration an nounces. Hevised figures, prepared by the United States Geological Survey and made public today by the Fuel Admin- It is feared that the Spanish Influ enza epidemic will curtail production during the current month. Many mlners arc suffering from the disease. It Is hoped that the heroic measures undertaking at the mines soon will bring the epidemic under control. istration. show the record for bltumi- Although the bituminous tonnage of ,,... -.-a .. ... i . ..... he last six months broke all previous nous and anthracite coal mining dur ing the first half of the coal produc tion car. The bituminous tonnage was 311. 210,000. an increase of T.3.418.000. or 12 per cent., over the record breaking production of the corresponding period in 1917. The anthracite production from April 1 to September 28 was 51.031.000 tons, which Is 1.0T2.000, or 2 1 per cent., over last vcar's figures. These records were established In 'he face of many handicaps, chief of which was reduced man-power at tho mines. It is estimated the draft took between 00.000 and CO000 coal miners during the last ia . while probably records, it was still 10.S97.000. or OTRANTO DEATH LIST PUT AT 150 LONDON. Oct. 13. At least 130 American soldiers are ' believed to have been lost In the sinking of the transport Otranto. In collision with the steamer Kashmir, off the Scottish coast las: Sunday noon. Other estimates place the total number of soldiers dead at 346. In TWO WOMEN HELD AS MEN'S SLAYERS CHICAGO. Oct 13. Two women face murder charges here today, their victims being two men. Mrs. Lucia Del Fraceo. with her four small children cllnring to her skirts, was arrested after she had Shot and killed FIllpo Monolozlo. a Jrocner. She told the police the man attacked her when- she spurned his Hilda Exlund was waiting on her doorstep when the police came to arrest her. She led the way to the dining room, where her husband lay dying on the floor. She told the police she had stabbed him after a quarrel. Save far Year Caaatry or Slave far tke Htm. Disinfect Your Telephone With Service Oil Cleans, polishes and disinfects wood, metal, enamel, paint, varnish, rubber, leather, lino leum, marble, and imitation materials. Removes and Prevents Rust. Pints, 50c Gallons, $3.00 Serriee Oil Co, 301 H St. If. W. Robert F. PInmmer, Drnseist, N. W. cor. Third and H Sts. Dnparqnet, Hoot & Monetise Co, Hotel Supplies. 1220 H t K. W, ) -. 5 u per cent., short of the requirements, for that period Because of the great Increase in the demand for coal by the nation's war IndUbtrics and other mili tary enterprises, the requirements of the last six months exceeded those of the same period of 1017 by 41,313,000 net tons, or approximately 10 per cent. The deficit in bituminous production must be made up in the second half of the production year bya still further increase in production, by conserva tion, which will reduce actual con sumption below tire estimated require ments, or by a combination of both, the Tuel Administration declares. "j addition to eighty-five of the crew. 'a T1i Inn T?M tlfo Ct mitr Knrk nf CHURCH VALUE RISES CLEVELAND, Oct 13 An Idea of the way In which real estate has ap-j predated in value In Cleveland was; given at a meeting of Methodists. A i speaker called attention to some old I STIES MUST NOT DIPLOMATS TO SEE The tno British steamers, both of which were carrying American sol diers, came together in rough weather when the Otranto's steering gear be came disabled. The British destroyer Mounilv ran alongside and took off about 300 sol diers, CI of the crew and thirty Fruch sailors. Special for tomorrow 0etober 14 OFFICERS' Ta xr - aBoxfapHn A new anri Paper fn. .- na novel h,,.. & S11 r W -ucr- Cloth finlC Envelop, PER BOX, SOc blue "it if made of Paper You can 'get it at J.Kdreatrj' records of the First Methodist Church Tthieh nhnini ih.-il the rhurch boucht site at Ninth street and Euclid avenue-' for J10.O00 some years ago The site wis sold to a banking Institution, nnd Is' now rated at more than Jl.WCX) t AL B 1 va. ipjv.-iiiTTTU3jrir.TrjLf7wrii'aL uuiv'jEfTOi;43:3Ru.inttveJrewJrci"';sa7w, -; i DOUBLE LAUNCHING Every Day These Boys Are Doing This For US look at tins picture (.omprre it with your job today, r-or whom arc these bojs fighting5 Not fur themselves, they ma not be here tomorrow, and the know it. They're fighting for us! Would we be worth it if we failed to back them to the limit' Could you look 'ourbelf in the f.ice if the Government called in vai: tr a dollar ou could lend' The fourth issue Liberty Loan h called "'I lie Fighting Fourth.'' Line up our lighting dollars for our valiant fighting men. Buy "Fighting Fourth" Liberty Bonds and urge your friends to do the same. Buy Today at any bank cash or installments. Donated By Dr. Louis Berman of BERMAN OPTICAL CO. Opticians 813. 7th St N. W. Optometrists Save to Buy and Buy io Keep There rcuit b- no time lost in - i pyards .'roTTi !abo- trouble ' This s Hi" cdi-t from the I'nited States ."-l-ipplng Board to all Its departmen tal directors To support this, the hoard has worked out the cquialents In loss o' man power in the ards and loss of nan power at the front. It figures that six tons of shipping support one I soldier on the western front for a eai A 7,300 ton steamer will keep 1.JSO men In supplies for a car. If i takes fort-flc das to build that ii el, each day's work means that twent -four men on the western front are Mipplied for a jear of N,7C0 men for a day Hvery dav lo.t bv strike in the plant where such a. vessel is building mtans that s.7fi0 men are delayed one day in the prosecution of the war. The Shipping Board had organized its "industrial relations group" to moid such a condition, with I C. Marshall, formerly dean of the School of Commerce nf the University of I'hirign, In charge Its llilluencc ex t-nsd to 111 liipard. emplolng ap-l lrcxlmately luu.iMiO men, I.OlHi auxit .ir plant", emplojins 1.0(M).i00 men. and 2.000 sub-iontruclor employers, with 1 000,000 additional employes. 1 If on cmploxc thinki he has a griev ' an e he takes It to the industrial re- Iitons group, which seeks to have him adjust the matter through the employment department of the con cern lor which he works: but if such adiu-lnienl cannot he made, he i helpd to pre.-ent his troubles either to ilie Macy hoard or to the Mil building labor adjustment board. Vssoriated with Director Marshall Is Herman Ollphant. professor of law in the L'nivcrsit of I hlcago, as as sistant. So successful has hern the operation of the group that the Shipping Board expects it to be continued even after the war Is over . WAR JOB FOR BLIND I VUl.UMANTIt.'. Conn. Oct 11 - Con nr-iliiut Is believed to be the first State In the "nlon to provide munition work for a blind man. John IL McCarthy, of tills cltv. lost his rl?ht two )ciirs iipo in a nearby munition factor rrlmplng primers for big guns. lie was iiideil 'n sci urine tmplejment by Super intendent II. J Marlimidle. of the 1'iiiel stiles i:mpIoviiicnt Agcnc) . nnj Stitlson K ,t).in. SPTllarv of iie Sthte iKiid tf cduijiton fui tl bh el I tourr fer ll Or,alur.. l.U'l'- s hn cr,w i flovrrs are alKa)a ntropriale alMav tsiirfj.ve 1211 1 AdvL Arrangements have been made for a special train to leave here early tomorrow morning to carry the dis tinguished party of ambassadors and high Government officials who will participate in the New York cele bration .if Allies Day" plann'd as a special feature or the Fourth Lib erty ioan campaign. Representatives of each of the na tions at war with the central pow ers, including the French. Italian. Japanese and Russian ambassadors and the charge d'affaires of the Brit ish embassy vill witness the double launching at Newark of the two fabricated cargo thlps. Allies" and I'onsort." The Washington partv will also include Chairman Hurley, of the Shipping .ioanl: Director General Schwab and General Manager Piez. of the Iimergeney Fleet Corporation, and other Government officials. The special irain will bring the party back to Washington after the launching. IJberty bonds only will be taken in pament for twmt)-lwo ships which Chairman Hurlev of the United Stales Shipping Board will sell at auction be fore a notable gathering of diplomats and offi'-lals at Newark. N J , tomor row aftrrnoon The 'hips, bnllt by the Emirgenc) Fleet Corporation, must bring 1Xj0.000 or more each. MAKE LIST OFBIDDERS A list of bidders on all articles purchased b the Quartermaster Corps ot the Ami) is being compiled inL. the office i, the quartermaster general. It will contain the names of all thoe concerns which have been doing or bidding on work fir the oftke or for the quartermaster depots throughout the country, and to It vlll be added the names of manufacturers or dialers who make application for a place on the list The object In compiling the list Is to furnish procurement officers with a co-nprehenslve inraii. of quirk ref erene,. to dealer" in any article which it may be rrqulrcd to purchase. LIBERTY CHORUSES POPULAR. iIAUTFORD Ct . Oct. 1.5. Liberty choruses formed in many tovvnj In this Slato for the singing of pa triotic tones under direction of local directors have become tin popular that It has been decided to eMcn.l the plan to other States James s Steven . o t!i' i.tv v, hi l-n be-r pronnn nt m t:, wo I., has b r d i.nntxl I !' ""T'l1 oi "miI'.i-i 1 iiui-f tu -iip i i i tic urbaniza tion of rhoruses in New England and New Jcrsi) Every Good Physicion OudMtoR-escnbe NtBcated Iron on 5omk Fonn or oroamc mov. says nn, FKRniNARn king, new aokk nivsin.w a:d mkuicai. Airrnon. i?r certain cases To Create Red Blood, Strength and Endurance 5ays Sworn Statement of Composition ot Formula t luxated Iron, I'rlntrd Relovs. Should Convince ETery rhyKlelan lid rhannaclst. o Mntter Ilovr Skeptical, That It Is a IToduct oi ureatest Xkerapentle alnr. Eoth the medical profession and the pub lic at large should Rive great credit to the manufacturers of Nuxated Iron, says Dr. Ferdinand King, New York physician and medical author, on account of their volun tary act in authorizing the widespread pub lication of the sworn statement ot the com position of the Nusated Iron formula in newspapers and magazines for the information of the public and for their generous offer to send a signed type written copy of the exact formula to physicians and others interested. Dr. King further says: "A careful examina tion of this valuable formula should not only convince the three million people, whom It is estimated are now using It annually In America alone, that they have made no mis take in selecting It. hut It should also for m,. patienv.. nd ph)sician ana pwrma &C0muunuWmnnnnWMB&mi&lIr. SjZZjComimmwi&Ma&HmWWJfL LWV KBVH !&Bi(iriHT iw cr-resa.N.wfc- -si wmmmmmmmwremmW1eX&l.tMLn . -.--- sse v. . Buuuummrrsm,mrmwjtiMjr'j.tjj wr- .i-" mmunkTMiiim'jrr' aH ft 'M&ZttNur kflflp I convlnc" every c at that it i" a product of greatest therapeutic value which the general practitioner can prescribe almost daily In his practice with remarkable benefit to nis patients, and one which, in my opinion, every good physician should at times prescribe If he wants to do the greatest possible good to those who consult him. There Is. I believe, no form of iron which Is so valuable as that particular spec.al specific ktandard which is used in Nutated Iron, and if a physician has u patient whose condition is one that requires Iron. I would most earnestly sjggest that no matter what oth-r forms of iron he may prescribe nithout success, that he should try that particular form used in Nuxatrd Iron. "There can be no strong, sturdy Iron men. nor beautiful, healthy, rose-cheeked wfcnien. without Iron. Pallor means ur.e-nia. Anemia means Iron deficiency. The skin of anemic men and women Is pale, the flesh flabb). the musclci lack tone, the brain fag3 and the rrcmory fails and they often becomo weak, nervous, irritable. despondent and melancholy. 'Therefore, if you wish to preserve vour vim and vigor to a ripe old age. ou must supply the Iron dellclency In vr..r bl-iHi hv using some form of or same non iw-' s vi would use rait vvl.en uiir I '"d !" " ' em.i.h sail 1 .Inme. Fianril Sullivan, formed ' t.M .f lU'M J- llo-pi il Hi ld... Dept.), New Yolk, and the Wc.stqhes.ter Countv Hospital, said "I have taken Nutated Iron myself and prescribed it can truthfully say that it excels any preparation F have ever ed for building up ilelicitc, nervous, run-down folks and Increasing the red blood corpuscles, there by enriching; and forti fying the blood against the ravages of disease. Contrary to general opinion, lack of iron in the blood does not nec essarily mean you do not have enough blood, but it means your blood is not ot the right kind. "If you feel tired In the mornings: restless at night. If jou suffer from weakness or lack of vitality: go to your family doctor and have him take a specimen of your blood and examine it. and If It shows Iron deficiency, get him to Elve vou a prescrip tion for organic Iron Nux aled Iron. Do this so as to be sure that you do not get hold of rome of the numerous forms of metallic iron preparations on the market, which mav do vntt mor harm than gocd. Or if vou do not want to go to th s trouble. , lit l.t ... L. , ll-i ,. 1. t iiv.a!e.j 1'un and t e i. vou c 'f t ia tl vv 1- 'i. ai-1 l-"ii appear on the patkage Not Nux and Iron, nor any other form of Iron other than Nuxatcd Iron." WHAT HUXATEO IROH IS MADE FBOM jWOII STATEMENT OF C9MF0 5ITI0 OF ITS FI1M0LA Afe your doctor or ttruxrUt or any rbarmit cratlcal ChemUt or lro feasor of Therapeutics in a.nr Medlcml College In rrff&rtl to this formal. A copy of th actual BT-orn Btatrmcnt will b sent to anyone who desires it It m as follows Iron Peptonate (Special Fpocltle bt4.ndrd) Qaan city slvea below Sodium Gliccrophosphutss V S. 1 (Monsanto). Ctlcum (llyceropbosphates U S l (Monsanto). I- K. Njx omlca U P.. Cascarine Blttr Masneiium Carbonate, To Gincrr U S P. Oil Cassia Cinnamon I' S P. Calcium Carbonate Precip, U S P Kaeh doac of two tablets of Nuxated Iron contain one and one-half cralns of orranlc Iron In tho form of Iron peplonato of a spoclal specific standard. hlch In our opinion possesses superior qualities to any other known form of Iron. By usins; other makes of Iron Pep tonate we could hare put tho same quantity of actual Iron tn the tablets at less than one-fourth the cost to us. and by usin; metallic Iron we could hare accomplished the same thin? at less than one twelfth the lost, bet by so doinir we mutt hae most certainly Impaired their therapeutic efllclency Glycerophosphates used tn Nuxated iron .s one of tho most expentne tonic ingredients known It Is especially recommended to build up the nerre force and thereby Increase brain power, as glycerophos phates are said to contain phosphorus In that par ticular state so similar to that In which It is found In the nerve and brain cell of men. As will be wfn from the above, two Important lncredlents of Nuxated Iron (Iron Peptonste and Glycerophosphates) are very expenslt products as compared ulta most other tonics. Under such circumstances the temptation to adulteration and substitution by unscrupulous per sons is very sfat rnd the public Is hervbj waned to be careful and see everv bottlo Is plainlv libeled u-ated Iron, by th fae Health l-aboratot.s, Tarls. I -one! on. and Detroit, V S. A . as this Is the only penulne article If you hae taken cher forms of iron without suceess. this docs not prove Nuxated Iron will not help you Manufacturers Note: Nuxated Iron, which is preieribed and recommended by physi cians and which Is now belnc used by oer threw million people annually, is not a scrt remedy, but rne whleh. h writ known to drujcgiits eerywhere t"nike tho fitJe" I nor panic Iron pmdui'is it is e-asi'w a-iViilatcd. drte not injur th- p h i U th.i bla U n- ur e the imiir In1 minu'ai' & r- sriran -- i3-cra' j -l en r I afi. - r a i to e c i i i ' - ' ' i I is dispensed i hi t.iv b jaouj O nocnclt'i Prus Sior- I'copie a Drur Storey and other druggists.