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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY; OCTOBER 28; 1918.
JOHNSON DEMANf DRASTICRENILf KAISER S WILLING Mike and Ike They Look Alike By Goldberg Copyright. Ull, by Rr I Ooldbers. TO BE PRESIDENT il (Continued from First Pace.) Josef Otto. ac-ed six? Robert Karl Lndwlg, tLree. and Felix Frledrich August two. There Is also an arch- Jacheee, Adelheld, aged four. PREMIER WEKEEE, OF HUNGARY, OUT ttWfERDAM, Oct. 28. Emperor Wrl Tias accepted the resignation of Hungarian Premier Wekerle, accord Ins to a Budapest dispatch received here today. v 1 A Budapest dispatch to the Vos- slsche Zeitung says Count Karolyl, now head of the national council, will request the Emperor to appear be fore the Hungarian Diet and proclaim Hungary's Independence. Peace demonstrations occurred In the Hungarian Parliament house Sat urday., the police, being forced to In tervene, it Is reported. f POLISH DEPUTIES RMREICHSTAGI BERNE, Oct. 28. Riotous scenes. Including an attempted fist fight, ac companied debate on the Polish ques tion In the Reichstag, according to Advices received here todav. Foreign Secretary Solf told the Polish members that President Wil son's program did not mean that Danzig would be ceded to them. Re plying to their demand for a war in demnity, he said the German soldiers were fighting for the liberation of Poland. The soldiers robbed us," shouted one of the, Polish members. Order was finally restored without the aid of the police. GERMANYMHITARY s SHAKE-UP SEEN EONDON, Oct. 28. Another Ger man political crisis may be precipi tated by the action of the Reichstag la adopting, by an overwhelming majority, a bill placing the military under control of the civil authorities said a dispatch from Copenhagen to day. Advices from Swiss sources said that the retirement of 'Ludendorff as-quartermaster genera lof the Ger man army, might be followed by i radical shake-up of the German gen eral staff, and that the formation or a war cabinet is Impending. ALSACE-LORRAINE : JLAWS AMENDED - AMSTERDAfl, OcC 28. The Reich stag .on Friday passed In ail Its e. the bill amending the law re to the government of Alsace ne. says a dispatch from Ber lin. -According to a Dresden tele gram, the Saxon State Gazette an nounces that In view of the reor ganization of the Saxon government the Icing has accepted the resigna tion of the Saxon ministry. KAISER ATTACKED JJH X I I Ml.iiXijIf J BYFOELEADERS XjONDON. Oct, 28. The Cologne Volka Zeittrng quotes the Socialist Seorge Xebebour as saying in the '' , SUichstag: "The baneful Influence of -v5: .& Kaiser must be removed." He '- -ilao advocates the abolition of the Bonarchlal system. Socialists greet- eater. Maximilian Harden, editor of the Die Zukunft, states in an interview that Germany started the war with a dirty trick, and all the subsequent victories were the result of !t "Wllhelm H." Harden Is quoted as saying, "has been a film hero, with 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief B ELL-AN S FOR INDIGESTION ADVERTISEMENT. pA ' iBAsSSlI) irwgStkjiJ fyi :JWStV ! S"1"2 fcrljr-jlN THE GRIP EPIDEMIC Bow to Dodge It and What To Do If You Already Have It J It you are overtired, weak or run-down, yon catch cold easily If yon have a cold, it is easy for grip to take hold. If yon have the grip, it may easily lead to pneumonia, and that often ends fatally. So first of all do not allow yourself to get ran down or weakened. Build up new strength by taking Father John's Medicine, which rives health resistance to overcome disease. ,B?t & yoQ have a cold, do not neglect it Begin taking Father John's Medicine right away. It is the logical, safe way to treat a cold and has proven its value by more than 60 years' success. A mild attack of grip will usually yield to Father John's Medicine, but the getting well stage is the danger point It is then that the body weak ened y the grip, germs, is open to attack by many other lurking disease Sxils. These poisons must be driven from the system and Father John's edidne ia most effective by means of its laxative effect and because of its strength-giving, health-building, tissue-forming elements. Bemember, Father John's Medicine is a pure, wholesome food. Guar anteed absolutely free from opium, morphine, heroin, codeine or any other ' dangerous drugs or alcohol. Get the large size it contains more than twice the small size. s i s i r T s n .tigc gszJH&. S4.) HsrS VrJ JisasasaVIQelssiaelsssssssssssssss iaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiatiaiaH I II 1 1 II 1 Dl 111 I II SaH IibiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVbiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiI 'Lsl'ssaiBiBiBiBE? H6 . ks!'jaBsEsXs'aiBi lJVtaSBSBSBSBSBSal .ssflsiBSBSBSBSBSBIBlT BaseseM!?!! J 4- jSs3K!5!,JMBsr " ssf 1 Ihtl Si Germany the vulgar cinema showing him to the world. -I have always feared the man who thirty years ago said. 'I shall lead you toward splendid days!' "We sit today upon the ruins of thirty years of Hohenrollern politics." He expressed the hope that Grand Admiral TIrpltz be Indicted by the law courts an an example. PROVISIONS OF FOE REFORM BILL AMSTERDAM. Oct- 28.v"The Social ist Vorwaerts, of Berlin, includes the following provisions in the proposed text of the reform bill: . "First War can only be declared with the sanction of the Reichstag and the Bundesrath; "Second The chancellor can onljr renjaln In power while be possesses the confidence of Jhe Reichstag: "Third The chancellor will be re sponsible for the political actlona of the Kaiser, and the chancellor and ministry will be responsible for their tenure of office to the Reichstag and Hunaesrath; "Fourth The appointment, promo tion, ana dismissal or officers of the army and navy can only be effective by the signature of the chancellor. The minister of war will be held re sponsible for the same by the Reichs tag." LONDON. Oct. 28. General Hln denburg is also to retire, according to Geneva dispatch to the Express. This will provide the way for a capitulation and will mean peace, the dispatch-, added, Ludendorfffl resignation created a tremendous sensation throughout Germany, ac cording to the correspondent. EXPECT NO REPLY. TO (Continued from First Page.) than what It really was an acknowl- cut raeni oi me xresiaents announce ment that the armistice appeal had been passed on to the entente allies. A State Department dispatch from The Hague, dated Sunday and re ceived today, stated that Ludendorff was forced out after a serious dis agreement with Prince Maximilian, the German chancellor, over the peace attitude of the government According to official advices reach ing diplomats today the latest Ger man acknowledgment was prepared at a sitting of the war committee on Saturday, with the Kaiser present. The cabinet approved a complete re form program, these dispatches say. Including the complete control by the Reichstag of the military While the majority of the official papers declare that these reforms were In no way forced by President Wilson's attitude, the radical mmn take the opposite view. In this con nection the Nord Deutsche Zcltnnr said: "The fact that only this morn ing the Reichstag was given a scheme to render the hlch commini which up to now has been the mui notable attribute of the monarch's authority, subordinate to the civilian power has dispelled any doubts which might exist in this country as well aa In foreign parts where the people have wondered whether the transfor mation of Germany actually would be cnureiy c&rnea out." ADVERTISEMENT. GERMAN NOTE NOFREETRADE PRESIDENT SAYS (Continued from First Page.) for the purpose of punishing those who will not submit to a general program of Justice and equality. The experience of the past among nations have taught us that the at tempt by one nation to punish another by excuslve and discriminatory trade agreements has been a prolific breed er of that, kind of antagonism which often times results in war, and If a permanent peace is to be established among nations every obstacle that has stood in the way of International friendship should be cast aside. "It was with that fundamental pur pose In mjnd that I announced this principle 7n my address of January 8. To pervert this great principle for partisan purposes, and to inject the bogey of free trade, which is not in volved at all. Is to attempt to divert the mind of the nation from the broad and humane principle of a durable peace by introducing an Internal ques tion of quite another kind. "Jfothlns; to Fear." American business aa In the past is unaffected by a, policy of the kind suggested, and it has nothing to fear now from a nollcy of simple interna tional Justice. It Is Indeed lamentable that the momentous Issues of. this solemn hour should be seised upon In an effort to bend them to partisan service. To the initiated and dli cernlng the motive' is "transparent and the attempt falls." Simmons' letter to the President fol lows: "Dear Mr. President: Certain Re publican leaders are attempting to make a partisan use of paragraph 31 or your peace terms round In your address to Congress, January 2, 1511. No one has authority to reply to a misconstruction of any nart of your address excepting yourself, but I, as chairman of the finance committee of the Senate, wish you would make re-i ply to these statements and Insinua tions which are being industrially cir culated by the opposition to embar rass you in the handling of these delicate matters." L Homer S. Camming, acting chair man of the Democratic national com mittee, has Issued a statement assert ing. In effect, that an Insidious at tempt Is being made by selfish In terests of the nation to get control of the Government through, the election of a Republican Congress in Novem ber. "As the campaign progresses," said Mr. Cummlngs, "the purpose of the selfish and reactionary Interests of America becomes more and moro clv parenL These Interests distrust and fear the President and have no sym pathy with the progressive measures which have been enacted under his leadership They Seek to tie the hands of the President and control the machinery of the Government through the agency of the Republican party "The stakes for which they are playing are high and their resources are enormous. The country will be appalled when it learns to what ex. tent money Is being used for the mir- pose of electing a Congress adverse to the President. If It is profitable to upend 176.00) merely to secure a Domination for the United States Senate on the Republican ticket In Michigan, what limit will the imagination place upon a corruption fund which will be dis bursed In the elections throughout the country? "There is but one safe thing which the Independent and patriotic voter can do, and that Is to follow the leadership of "President Wilson, not only for the purpose of winning the war and securing an enduring peace. but for the purpose of thwarting the hidden forces which are seeking to destroy hjm." AMUSEMENTS BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Henri Rabaud, of Paris, Conductor en of five eoneertii or Dee. S, Jan. 7, Feb. 3, March Is. National Theater, 4:30 Sololstsi Florence Eton. Mmr. M.tt.- Prrdrle Kradkin and Arthur Itubln. stem. Shim i-icuets, io, 17.50, S3.00. Seat s now on sale at Mrs. Orun'. office In Droop's. ISth and O. Subscribers are requested to call for weir uKMii-ai mis omce C11NGS WARNS OF BIG S USH FUND M'ADOO REPLIES TO REPUBLICANS Urging "unity of command" In the United States in the conduct of the war, Secretary of the Treasury Mc Adoo has issued a plea to the nation for the election of a Democratic Con gress. Joseph P. Tumulty, secretary to the President, also has Issued a state ment, showing that during the Spanish-American war Republicans, then In control. Issued an appeal for the return of a, Republican Congressslml lar to the recent appeal of President Wilson. Secretary McAdoo's state ment follows: "Before America entered the war the allies had suffered repeated re verses because there was no unity of command. They were divided among themselves In authority. Obtained Cailty In France. "The first act of the President was to compel a unity of command under General Foch. Ever since that time America and her allies have been winning victories, and a triumphant conclusion of the war is In sight as nong as unity of command and action Is preserved. "Unity of command In Europe must be backed up with unity of com mand and action In America. The President, who.la commander-in-chief of the army and navy of the United States, must not have the authority divided in the-Unlted States .between the Congress on, the f one -hand and himself on the other. - v. "We must preserve unlty1n Amer ica if we are to maintain victories on the front and gain the kind of peace for which America fights. The only way to secure continued unity of command In America is to return a Congress which Is willing to support the President fully, and such a Con gress must be composed of a majority In full sympathy with his views, pol icies and Ideals." Not Supporting Democrats. Homer S. Cummlngs, acting chair man of the Democratlo National Com mittee, also Issued a staiement last night charging that the reactionary Interests of the country are not sup porting the Democratic nominees be cause, he says, they are not in sym pathy with the progressive measures enacted under the leadership of the President "There Is but one safe thing which the independent and patriotic voter can do," adds Mr Cummlngs. "and that Is to follow the leadership of President Wilson, not only for the purpose of winning the war, but for the purpose of thwarting the bidden forces which are seeking to destroy: aim. Secretary Tumulty last night made public a letter he has written at President Wilson's direction to the Cuyahoga county Republican commit tee at Cleveland, Ohio, in which he replies to protests against President Wilson's appeal to the country to re turn a Democratic Congress by re calling quotations from utterance by Coionel Icoosevclt, former President Harrison. Senators Lodge and Pen rose and former Senator Foraker In the campaign of 1S9S, at the close of the Spanish war The Cuyahoga county committee telegraphed the White House taking Issue with the President's statement. Secretary Tumulty, wrltlnir at the President's direction, simply com rcended the statements he quoted and ai various editorials appearing at the time In leading Republican news pipers to the committee's considera tion without comment What Roosevelt Said. The firrt quotation was from Col orl Roosevelt, Republican candidate for governor of New York in 1888: "Remember that, whether you will it or not. your votes this year will be viewed by the nations of Europe irora one standpoint only. They will draw no fine distinctions. A refusal to sustain the President this year will. In their eyes, be read as a re fusal to sustain the war and to sus tain the efforts of our peace com mission to secure the fruits of war. Puch a refusal may not Inconceiv ably bring about a rupture of the peace negotiations It will give heart to our defeated antagonists. It will make possible the Interfer ence of those doubtful neutral na tions who in this struggle have wished us 111. "You could get the benefits of the victories of Grant and Sherman only by re-electing Lincoln, and we will gain less than we ought from the war If the administration Is not sus tained at these elections." From former President Harrison, pleading for the election of a Re publican Congress: ' "If the word goes forth that the people of the United States aro standing solidly behind the Presi dent, the task of the peace commis sioners will be easy, but If there is a break In the rank If the Demo crats score a telling victory. If Dem ocratic Senators, Congressmen, and governors are elected Spain will seen in it a gleam of hope; she will take a fresh hope and a renewal of hostilities, more war. may be neces sary to secure to us what we have already won. "Stand by President. From Senator Lodge: "But there is one question on which I wish to say a few words, and that seems to me to override all others. It is whether we shall stand, by the Administration and the President at this juncture. If we give a victory to his political opponents, we say ndt only to the United States, but we say to the world, we say to the Spanish commissioners in Paris, that the peo ple of the United States repudiate Its result and repudiate the man who has led victoriously the war and Is now leading us back to peace William McKlnley." From Senator Penrose: "In his recent speeches the Presi dent has appealed not to a partisan but to & national spirit. He wants Pennsylvania to remain the Keystone 8tate for the Republican party. It la difficult to overestimate the supreme Importance of sustaining- me iresiaent oi the united States and the Republican party at the pres ent critical crisis In our foreign re- jauons." Appeal by Foraker. From Senator Foraker: "The war came while a Republican administration vu In nnwor ,4 must how-be settled fay that admin istration, x ao not believe any fair minded Democrat would Question the I fitness of the Republican party for me aiscnarge or this duty, but, how ever, it might be otherwise the work is already In the hands of President McKlnley. What he wants Is the support of a Republican House of Representatives." Will H. Hays, chairman of the Re publican National Committee, last night Issued an appeal to members of his party to vote for Republican candidates at the elections next week. He declared that Republicans now in Congress have loyally supported all war legislation, and he denounced President Wilson's appeal to the country as "ungracious, unjust, and mendacious." He sail that the Renubllcan cartr stood for unconditional surrender, and is unaupraDiy opposed to any peace fay negotiation. He said that the President's oppostlon to the setting up of any economic barriers against any nation was tantamount to a dec laration for free trade, and he de clared that such a polity would "give to Germany out of hand the fruits of a victory greater than she could win by fighting a hundted years." Hangs en Donbtfnl States. With the entire membership of the House or Representatives to be re elected, the contest is nation-wide In extent, but in reality Is narrowed down to about nine or ten admittedly douDirui states. The present political status T the House Is: Democrats, .!; Republicans, 10, and others, T. It is apparent that a change in a few Congressional districts will alter the political complexion of the House. In the Senate the Democrats have fifty-two votes, against forty four Republicans. A majority In the Senate Is forty-nine, so that the Dem ocrats may admittedly lose two or three seats and still retain control. The real political firing line Is b ing carried on In the following States, in each of which Senatorial contests are being waged with en ergy, if not with bitterness: Illinois. Massachusetts, Delaware. Idaho. New Mexico, Nebraska, Rhode Island. South Dakota, West Virginia and Wyoming. The Republicans are making a con centrated drive In Illinois against the return of Senator James Hamilton Lewis, the Democratic whip. On the other hand, the Democrats are put ting up a strong fight In Massachu setts against the return of Senator Weeks, the Republican whip. It la practically conceded that Idaho will re-elect the Incumbents, Borah, Republican, and Nugent. Dem ocrat. Senator Saulsbury, Demo cratic president pro tern, of the Sen ate, Is being opposed In Delaware, and Senator Norrla, Republican, of Nebraska, has a big fight on against him. The Ford-Newberry fight In MIchI gan is attracting nation-wide Interest. Attention has been directed to the campaign of Senator Warren, Repub lican, of Wyoming, from the fact that ho Is the father-in-law of General Pershing. The Democrats have nomi nated ex-Governor Osborne against hhn. SUBS FLY WHITE FLAG CHRISTIANIA, Oct. 28. Crews of vessels arriving from Karmo Island report that several German subma rines, flying a white flag at the mast heads passed the Island bound south, according to the Morgenbladt The submarines are believed here to have been returning tionr from, their hue. Capital Ueut. "Who Praises Yanks rfsBssssssssseslflav&l "bbbbbbSbbb saaaaaaaaVrssaiE&t ? vssssssssaa saaaaaaar !&KKK&wrti !ssssaal VbsBt 4sgS' "zi?j$, 5bsH Bass'csK J ""SMZR (aaaaaBEsassayutyBls4sssal LaKaaaaaa'E'V' VBr '"" .14 fl eSaliaBaaa(')aBBaaaas '"M iSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfFI ?yJSBBBBBBBBBBgSSBBBBBSB LIEUT. DENNIS J. DE MUNCK, Washington soldier In France, who tells of the heroism and self sacrifice qf our boys in khaki. D. C. OFFICER TftiS I! "In the hell-hole of the rworld where mud and blood are knee deep, where human sacrifice is a part of the expected." our American boys are going into their baptism of fire and coming out born anew, according to a letter from Lieut. Dennis J. De Munck. a Washington man, to his sister, in this city. Lieutenant De Munck was formerly a well-known Washington physician and lived at 1017 Euclid street northwest. He is now a first lieutenant in the 107th Engineers. The letter says: 'Splendid success' are the words written on the horlxon for Uncle Sam. Jt Is a delight to read of the loyalty of our American people who are back ing us, especially do we all appreciate the aid of our women and they cer tainly merit the satisfaction of know ing that their sons will benefit a hun dredfold, morallq, mentally, and phys ically. "When we first landed here impres sions were quickly made, but since then many of them, have changed. France, as I know her now, is a very beautiful country. It Is very pictur esque, hills and valleys are wonder ful, and at this particular time the trees, shrubs, flowers, and such lovely gardens make it a paradise. Tet one cannot admire all these things but that he must necessarily see, too, the other the hell-hole of the world, where mud and blood are knee deep, where human sacrifice is part of the expected. There the extraordinary becomes ordinary; yet, man there at tains the. very highest nobility; there he Is literally, in a baptism of blood. born again. The roughest exterior gives forth the most manly, tender, generous Inspirations. No man can possibly witness dally deeds of hero Ism without being tbe better man for It "Just a representative story of American brotherly love at the front Is told of a lad who, severely wounded In battle, staggered Into a field hos pital, shivering with cold and drip ping with blood Upon being asked where his overcoat was, .he replied: 'My pal was killed out yonder and he looked so cold lying there that I could not leave without throwing my overcoat over him.' It Is said that the dead only take to their graves that which they have not given away. The boy above died, not from his wounds, but from exposure He gave away his coat with which he might have saved himself. "Over here there Is need for every hand, and If only those back home could have an unrestricted view of the work in hand, how much more would they understand and how proud, toe, would they he to be Americans Slackers would be an unknown quan tity, and pro-Germans would hide themselves In shame." TAKE 126,515 IN MONTH. LONDON, Oct 28. The allies have captured 128,515 prisoners and 2.083 guns on the western battle front so far this month, divided as follows- British 31,000 prisoners and 800 guns. French 38,000 prisoners and 863 guns, . Americans 24,413 prisoners and 200 guns. Belgians 12,200 prisoners and 200 SUB OFYAIIROII 1 3-YEAR-OLD ACE KILLED IN ACT! WITH THE AMERICAN ARMT NORTHWEST OF VERDUN, Oct. 28. Lieut. Frank Luke, of- Phoenix, Arlt, nineteen years, old, brilliant American airman, with a record of fourteen German balloons and five airplanes, who has been missing- since September 30, is now reported to have Ibeen shot down northwest of Verdun ( by German high-angle guns while at tempting to destroy an enemy balloon, on the ground. Lieutenant Luke had been missing since the previous afternoon. He re appeared and signaled to one of the balloon camps to watch out for burn ing bocha balloons. He shot down three In rapid succession, but Is be lieved to have been shot down him self a few minutes later. E The shipbuilding adjustment hoard has- announced an increase" to rArln all parts of the country. Tbe basic crafts are granted 80 cents- an hour. Previously on the Pacific coast these crafts had received 63 cents an) hour, and on the Atlantic 70 cents. The board reached the new national wage figure by computing the in crease In the cost of living since the scale was last fixed and adding It to the existing scale. The Increased cost of living on the Pacific from October. 1917, to October. 1818. according to the Bureau of Statistics, of the De partment of Labor, was SO per cent Applying this to the basic crafts the wage would become 784 cents an hour. E WITH THE AMERICAN ARMTES IN FRANCE, Oct. 28. Congressmen Glass of Virginia, and Whaley and Byrnes of South Carolina were under ahellflre In the Verdun region recently. One shell landed within 200 yards of the party. The Congressmen visited Mont faucon and other points on the front held by the first army. ADVERTISEMENT INK GRANTED TOSHI BUILDERS CON E IN AT FRONT UNDER FIR Doctor Says Phosphorated Malt Will Fill the World With Healthy Rosy-Cheeked and Strong, ActiveVigorousMen Prescribes It in His Practice Dailr,' Recommends It to His Friends and Takes It Himself. BOSTON, MASS. Without phosphor ous, says Dr. Reld, good health Is im possible. Phosphorous strengthens and vitalizes every nerve and organ of tbe body. Without It even plants will not craw. More nhosnhoroua la a common need of both men and wom en but few people realize It Generally they believe that stomach trouble or liver or Kianey irouDie. or a iacK oi iron1 in the Diooa is tne cause; wnen as a matter or fact all they need Is a little more phosphorous to tone up the nervous system and give strength ana vigor to tne ooay. wnen people come to me nervous and run down and Irritable, and everything looks blue and It seems there Is nothing but trouble, trouble everywhere. I pre scribe ordinary phosphorated malt which not only supplies the phosphor ous but brings malt one of the best known tonics and tissue builders, to the rescue of wasting tissues. I have seen- It double endurance and mental activity In less than ten days' time and In cases where nothing else had proved to be of real value. I have seen It bring roses to tbe cheeks of pale, nervous overworked women and the crimson blood of health and a smile of happiness to the faces of children recovering from Illness of long duration. Recently a patient came to me physically run down and on the verge of mental collapse. He found no pleasure In life, his dally work, had become a drudgery and he got no rest from his sports and holl- days. He could neither sleep nor keen his mind on hi, wnrV. Hi.hn.i-! new was In such shape that he could not leave It and I doubt lf It wnulri Jiave helped him. anyway. I advised Chairman Ben Johnson of j Ji House District Committee decicrea drastic legislation is needed at one to check operations of "grafting Washington landlords.' He calls the conditions, herein human," denounces the Pomerena bill, which la how an amendment to the food production bill, and once Tnore fires hot shot at Senators wboS are fighting the Johnson bill. The, Johnson bill,' her says Vtuld change this Inhuman condition ver night; the- Pomerene bin fosters en courages, and protects the wretches that are guilty of profiteering f.ojl these girl workers who have left their homes to serve their country." Will 7Tot Surrender. -wt Mr. Johnson says the House 3&l terees on the Pomerene amendment "will never surrender to the pWflf eers, whether in or out of the &3n ate." "" War workers have sacrificed 'Wilt II... wk.11.. ..,..,.. .Ufc. Johnson asserts, and 8$ per centfor mo cieras ana employes wno receunj came to Washington have retorffeS home "impoverished and dUccrdr- The Senate, conferees on the ftifc erene bill cannot disturb him bXbif fuslnr to meet with him, Mr. John son says. t Take Hlsa by Seek. "I am proud." he adds, "to be the champion of the war-working ten ants wko are being- daily rS&bed while Senator Pomerene and hliVftl low statesmen live In luxurious '$daf- ten, undisturbed. The eonfempfaof such Senators and the hatred ofB&e grafting landlords they are prptec lng are badges of merit which I wear with pleasure." . The rent profiteer should fas taken by the neck and his "lU-gqttaj gains" shaken from his pockts.U m vyuuwu ui AT. JUflOHO. NATION'S COAL Off IS ILL STOCKS) The coal bin of the nation isclreft stocked for the eominr winter Js-'tEi comforting assurance given the .coun try far Dr. Harry A. Garfield. XnllesJ States Fuel Administrator. !ra"ta "The administration approaches; the season well organized. kaidVK Garfield. "W are- ready for stt M usually severe winter, but we ire still and -shall continue1 to be depend ent upon the co-operation of the peo ple of the United States In conserv ing fuel and npci the several agen cies concerned in, the production and transportation: of fuel ti enable'ds'to carry through, our program to toTtsI of the rear." .I! etrt X & LOSS IS Yl Washington's fire loss tor the fis cal year ending July 1. 2918Ja 1294.702. J4 Fifty-five of the members or- th District fire fighting force resign ed during the year leaving the per sonnel dangerously depleted. Here are the salient point in th report of Fire Chief F. 3. Wagner for the year, made public today. The fire loss was about 89.463 la excess of the previous year. Xftfwas well covered bra total Insurance juT S10.277.3S0. ' Chief, Wagner strongly urges-"salary increases for the members? the Fire Department, polntlng-uttt that while most of the men who re signed were In the lower-paid grades, a number of officers also left. j,.. During the year' thirteen .fires ;rr qulrtng- additional alarm "'weiw sounded. The loss from these "was $131,360. There were three other fires with a loss of S22.833. nfheje were nine fires of incendiary Origin Investigated. Arrests were made Jn but one of these. A total of I.S33 alarms were .received, 110 of which, were false. -J 22 ADVERTISEMENT k 3a aanr -cum VivaciousWomeii -21 Jr ial3 V.'s him to eat less and take two-Dve-graln tablets of phosphorated malt oaftar each meaL In less than ten days he walked Into my office full of vlnvtptd vigor his eyes bright his step firm and buoyant and his manner that of a man of twenty-five though he was well past fifty. Physicians everywhere know the ralue of phosphorous and almost every woman knows the tonic value of malt. It is a remarkable tonic and tAsue f,lfi4 .. fall. JktM .. - ... needs of nursing mothers and Veak. anaemic women. Combined with phos phorated malt it nourishes and aids the system to convert food into living tissue. The old liquid forms of malt are not convenient to take and most of them contain alcohol which causes a needless stimulation: always follow ed by dangerous and depressing reac tion. Phosphorated malt retains tbe tissue building properties of malt and escapes the evil effects of alcohol I have seen It produce such astonishing results that I prescribe it daily In my practice, recommend it to my friends and take it myself. After a few days of phosphorated malt yon will awaken In the morning feeling refreshed and vigorous and rise ready to begin the day's work with redoubled confidence and energy. J'T?"! fl.n nV wh' shesphoraUd malt will do for rov: Oat a packer and learn for yoarself; or. ask- th nu who haa nswt It. or et the formula from roar drurctit It U trlated plainly on ymir packmre then ask your doctor- The maa nfaeturvrs of phetDhoratod milt hv awtt i0"??"" ,n il th they saareatw It wilt i".' 'r"?r,.,,t 'J7 ". "." "".?. TZ"2SP "f - Jn jruVil.tV .hn .In it SX.i. K IK ' ?." .V1' !T'V lf- Wct. ta thla marsntee It Is dlD.r.iad h-r Amwwtmtm Trywbr and especially la WaaMpctoa by the O'Donaalt. Peopl.'s aad I'tT mmimmh i Ens retail i n AA- J-A. . ul;