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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 291918.
e EDUCATIONAL G EORQETOWN UNIVERSITY The Law School , Secretary's office open daily from 4:30 to 6:00 p. m. for registration 1 cd. consultation. "Oases will be resumed at 6:30 p. m. daily when permission is granted by the health officer. STUDENTS' ARMY TRAINING CORPS Georgetown Law School Bids., 506 E St N. W. Phone Main7293 FABIAN. Pianist. JfclM Uth St. N. W., Third floor. xuriut: conczsitb: kecitau. Phon Franklin lilt. ocii-iet IlllHmJHni Mrt Imnn In Grerg I abertaaad wanted, two evening a mk. Or 111, Ttaa etae. 1-30 FBXTABATION FOB CmTZBSITT. 1 f rsaraa mathematics, aetcaoe: kll Oorira. zaeat xfaiaettn: moderate. COLUMBIA inaTSBsrrr scsoou hi nth u k. w I Uy31..m.tn.U VJOUN- INSTRUCTION. Is BUm method. FELDKlN. Ml Berth rsreltn are. s. e. UbcoUi Jill. r - iL. Nsr&a&tn aad Seamnulr? Emerson Institute j 1740 P Street N.W. Phen. nnUa 443 A Sx-cda' Coarse Under a Competent Navigator and Seaman PaACTTCAI, SXXTANT WORK OS THB WATSS. COT OP Na.CTICAX. AUfAfeaC AXD BOWDITCB F8AC TICAX, ntOBUOIS SOI.VSU, v Owm Up to Junior Grade t Ucstenant Elcfct Boon Weak For the, einanaed for promotion aad all -thorn who ned NavltaUon aad Seataasahrp. including nmmlnXiiM bah, seerr)". eJTfllana and begtaaars. Day atad Evealn; Classes Separata (luin tar OSlecra ' 'l I Spanish Influenza can be prevented easier than it can be cured. At the first sign of a shiver or sneeze, take JJr CASCARApUININE -VMV U350XS tn Trench by a satire Tetorinr. roadlac. eoaversatlen. lOIE. 1. 1R. MZMOP. phon Colombia 301C. oc33.t 25 WAsmscToif coiixaE or law Co-Ed oeaUona! Talrlan til m. dUesBUamd temacrarnr by r t Board of Health. Anaenaneteat omtr win bo mads utar. Ot&e t r-pejar pan lay tasletratloa it t , w .ti. roan Main itii, 1J1T NW It-tt WASHINGTON BUSINESS and avn. service school a WIT Sww Tee Are. ST. XT. - - - kWl..J S4 J . RMlfajl TM -.- ... a - jtypy and Shorthand. Civil Service. VU(t 1 Xargaat Print Sea l.M.W.Aa h,,, Si,, ACOOCHTAITCT (eldest cBot la city. TXErABAXOKX (eeeredltad be). f J" Claa September IT. COiMKaciAL carets shorthand). SBAFXIXO (maahanleai, architectural), find (day or evening). XVaacnara Wu-tS Statistic 1W O Bt. X. W. Banotla Tree. XXBST-GBABK CM! Bertie iiimiili nlli far clarica Mot. aal Kot. t; talU.l far nttr eonra for th cxan!iUoaa. j;.raB enrn, ssavics prkpabatok? TCBOOU 8. B. car. Itth aad T ata, Pboa yraakita Mil,- UrU-tr Colunfeia School of Drafting ltk sad T Sta. jr. W. ladlTldoal iBCtrBctlaa. Dan r KtSTBts. Bljr deatand for asr arradn. tea at aleh aalarlea. Aak for or eatalas. CrrtL SZBTZCE lf-Iatraetla BmL Nw 1111 nrlMd adlUaa. prle. It O it. X. W. rraakUa Hit Special Day aad Brastac CcarM tr , Paymaster ExarrVition i IK U Naval 'Reserve CIssses Now Forming Enroll Now Yrvparatorr tot oouxaa and provessionai. SCHOOLS. pasdar. W4adar .and mdar. t;ll ti .EMERSON INSTITUTE fcaaa Traakna 44. mi p 8L N. w. i . al-tl BaNG-SMTTHTeacherof Smgmg ", ICadars. cJ.ntlflo mtbad or Tele drrol. tauat. Stadl Ball 1111 Conn, ara ytaaaltellW. ll-Ht ENROLL NOW WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT OPTHJI EMERSON INSTITUTE 1141 P ST. K. W. rraakUa . Evemns School . Taaadar, ThtaUr and SatBrdar Mow Clam la All Sabjtcu. rrcparatarr lor Celiac aad Protalaal . Scheola, Oasvataatlosal Praach and Spaalik WTKaXOW H. RAlfPOLPH. PrlndpaL CattiluTn Spanish Taught KatlT of Saala. AddraM 111 M at. K. r. Phono North 1141. aoIT-llt BET TTtZ BOOK TOO TTAXT AT PEABL fjCAJTS BOOK SHOP. Ill o . V. W. KlUlt , NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE and APPLIED ART 1S08 PA. AVE. Vrttr Mahagy. Ptrortor. Standard cold reaedr tot 30 yeari la tablet rum' oafe. 'ore. no opiate break up a cold la 24 boon reUercs trip in 3 day. Money back tr It fad. TherenulneboxhasaKadtep nth Mr. Kill's picture. At All Drnf $torev ADVERTISEMENT, HEALTH BOARDS GIVE WARNING OF INFLUENZA DANGER Ask People to Be Careful and Take Proper Treat ment Promptly. Many Pneumonia Cases Follow Influenza. What to Do. To be prepared for the lerloui out break of Influenza and Pneumonia that are now iweeplnr over the entire country and that have aelxed on this community fuduc Heaitn tsoara everywhere are lasulnir caution- and instructions to- the public not to nec- lect treatment at the nrit symptoms of a cold and to co-operate with health boards and physicians In stamping; out the rpread of the disease. Ko disease develops so quickly or spreads so rapidly. The nrst symptom usually la a sharp rise In temperature to 103 or 104 decrees, headache, pain n the back, throat feellns: dry br sore. ness promptly checked by proper .treatment, the best plan is to so to )ed and stay there for at least a week. Ueeptas warm to avoid pneumonia and et the minor ailment run Its course d also prevent the spread at the dl ea to others. Most of us. in these busy days, cap not afford. If It can be avoided, to lose a-week or more of work, so It la all the more necessary that at the very first sicnof crip or influenza a counter acting treatment should be taken. Probably no batter or more effective treatment could be followed at such a time than to cat from CDonnell's Drue Store a complete Hyomei outfit, consisting- of a bottle of the pure Oil of Hyomei and a little , vestpocket. hard rubber inhalins device into which a, few drops of the oil are poured. . ,Put the Inhaler In your mouth and breathe- Its air deep into the passages of your nose, throat and lung-s. Every particle of air that enters your 'breathing- orcans will thus be charred with an antiseptic healinc balsam. You can't do this too often. The Hy omei Inhaler is small and can. be .con veniently carried In 4 handbag; or in your vestpocket. Every half hour or so throughout the dar take It out and draw a few breaths of its puns healing; air into your nose and throat. The outfit is not at all expensive, for the rubber Inhaler will last a lifetime, while the Oil of Hyomei can be obtained-at little cost from any reliable rug-ll Lota of people already have a 'Hyomei. Inhaler. Take It out, chart- It and use'' it without delay. If you haven' tnne sret It today. A few cents spent now may easily prevent aerlons illness and save yeu many dollars and help stamp out the spread of the disease. BAD BREATH lr.Edwards'OliveTablets Get at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sab stitute for calomel, act gently on the bowels and positively do the work. People afflicted with bad breath find quick relief through Dr. Edwards' Olha Tablets. The pleasant, sagar-coated tablets are taken for bad breath by all who know them. Dr.Edwards'OliveTahletsactgently but .irmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood and gently ptrrifying ri ntr u.ffn 'Tlurv An f. &. dangerous calomel does without any of the bad after effects. All the benefits of nasty, rfftrwifag, griping cathartics are derived from Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets without griping, pain or any disagreeable effects. Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the formula after seventeen years of prac tice among parifnM afflicted with bowel and liver complaint; with the attendant bad breath. Dr. Edwards Olwe Tablets are pure ly a vegetable compound r"?yH with olive oit you will know them by their olive color. Take one or two every night for a week and note the effect. VOc and 25c per box. All druggists afTrris.H0RNIr1G r- LOANS tr Oa Diamonds, Watcfee, 7 aad Jewelry (Sooth of rgffewav Brisk , I roaufEta transacted wclc- 1 rmXT TBEBJS. L.j . Tare caa b n baasssYsi. I the boa raw fro, ta UaWaf 1 n ! tk no r from thatr ! tMfnim astf atttaca. ITMBO0rt . I elvrars initst that my patieats take prrxaie iron naxuea iroo loot metauic iron which often corrodes the stomach, and does more barm than aood). .Named Iron is etiUy anuau Isted, does not blacken nor in jure the teeth nor .npcet the stociaca. It w31 increu the strentth and endurance of weak, nertoia. irritable, careworn, aargird women la two weeks' time fc ouaj cases. I hay a used it in my own practice wiiVmoet sarprlslag resnlts. Ferdinand Klar, LCD., well known New York Physician sad medial aathor. (Stisfction roarentced ' or money rclaaded Oa sale at an coed tirnzrUtajy STHMA IINSTANTLY REUEVED WITH at Uth at. And PeHerylsV waUZsaUiUUJnBsawMssw w'r StkJf U lSmwmm7slimSt D. C. Is Getting Fifty Cars Like This BmflwlwlawlawKsi)E5'$i ,ia:?t-4!t'- .mftiSLAy. atswfssawHsawSBaSlaaswSn SawPaawSssaCTSawsmawawsawS SawsBawsawSswasHaVW JsHHallHsls SisamnnnnnnnnnnnrlEMisBHVsiamnlVHH ElaisaaBSSjBwSBannBsKPTVeapnPm rSEiVBWSaaw9awSaBaHsH BawsanBBBwsBTawSawSaSaBanBBBBBnBrvB This is the first of fifty new cars for the Wash ington Railway and Electric Company. It reached the city Monday, and three more just like it are en route from Cleveland. The entire shipment of fifty is promised for delivery within the next thirty days. The cars cost nearly $12,000 each and are -superior to anything Washington has ever had in street car, equipment, railway officials declare. r4Br9nBBBBBfaBBBBBBB la1atiBamr!P!laBH '"SamnBwann ttalawIamwIamWBawiamnwSBk LjScanlxiasaliai4aasl fi Is flgaautfwamcBBB BtM M IfvK'VgV xW"Sbbv.. Sssalnrl KJwB&lMMSsf.fi 1 5aslWssawsaMaHtSaj g-1 1 -1 sat!-Sawlw.awflFl ifrTtSjFi aH .W;'-bsbI Vafl JsaaSBalanKannnwHBSannwKBBBli VssbmI lalslCsslHflaawHHw SWMatMK- '4awSBWSBWSBWSBWSBWSBWSBWSBWSBB Interior view of one of the new cars now en route to the Washington Railway and Electric Company. These cars represent the very latest type of construction, and are Equipped with safety window devices which work automatically as the sash' is raised. Each car Is designed to seat forty eight persons comfortably. Entrance is gained at the rear doors, and passengers emerge from the front of the car. The ears are of of the "pay withhi" type. K. C. B.'s TOWN TOPICS U BE BAD Influenza. . BUT JVOT verx bad, . AJTD THE nurse gave me a cloth. , TO PCT over lay face. AXD I went In. AJTD TOOK him the papers.' "V ... T, AJTD MENTIONED some thin IT. . ABOUT TUB pretty nursa. -i AND KIDDED him a little. AB 03TB mot do. IF Oins wouldn't be ji4. JJVP TELIj sad stories. ABOUT OTHER friends. WHO TVEUE Just like him, A9TD GETTING aJonrj well. A2TD A.LI at once . AND AJfYWAT. I KIDDED htm a little. JL1VD GAVE him one of the papers'. AJTD TOOK one myself. AJTO MOVED over to the window. WHERE THE sun was shining:. ASD READ about the war. AJTD THE Republicans. AKD THE trouble they're having:. TRYING TO make the war. A RErUDLICAX war. WHEST E-ERTBODT knows. IT'S X war for democracy. ... AND THEY want the Kaiser. TO STJItriENDER to the Senate. INSTEAD OF to the President. AND THEODORE Roosevelt. WANTS TO kill himself. OB WHATEVER it Is. ... TKAT BE wants to do. ... AND TTLEV want unity of com- mand. ... OVER IN France. ... BUT NOT at home. ... AND THEVItE ng-httng; mad. AND IT-LI all be over. ... BY NEXT Tuesday. ... THANK GOODNESS for that. ... AND I'M sitting there. IN MY friend's room. AND READING about It. AND I look at my friend. AND HE'S pale. AND HANDS me bis paper. AND POINTS to an ad. AND I look at it. ... AND ITS or an undertaker. ... TBANKi: -. THE public. FOB THEIR stanch rapport. AND CO-OPERATION. AND ITS quite cheerful. AND TUB man who wrote it. SEEMED TO be glad. v HE WAS doing; so wen. AND cTCJT tks. THE NURSE came In. AND SAID to my friend. "HERE'S ARTHUR again." AND SIT friend said. , "HERE'S ARTHUR whatf " OUR THERMOMETER.'' AND THEY both laughed. AND I laughtd. AND INHALED the Cloth. THAT WAS over my face. AND THE nurse took it off. AND I left. WITH THE page of the paper. THAT HAD the ad. ' FROM THE happy undertaker. I THANK you. KYMEN FIX STRIKE DATE President Konenkamp, of the teleg raphers' Union, has been given until Saturday to make a peaceful settle ment of the union's grievances or a national strike will be called. A mass of evidence will be placed be fore the National War Labor Board in the hearings of today. Today's Market Hints Price to retailer aad ceaaral market Inrormatlon fnra aed br Bureau of Mar k.U. U. B. Department ot Agrlcnltnret fair prices to consumers, by the rltriet food Administration. Take your basket to market." "Just say, 'Don't wrap it, please,' " "Paper saved is paper made." ABUNDANT Onions. rrctn tomato. pumpkins, squash, pepper, cabbat. turnip, potatoes, cooklnr apples, spin ach. NORMAL Lima and string beans, ripe tomatoes, aweet corn, carrot, esrplsnt. beets, eating apples, lettuce, parsnips, kale. 6CABCJ5 Orange, bananas, oyster plant. grapes, grapefruit, l.mons. aAabiauia. Product, Grade, te. BEANS, map. V. sk do., lima, qt 303.0 BEETS, bunch ....... 4 la CELERY, bunch 4- te CABBAUE, lb lii'le OAUBOTb', buach 1- 4o (Jo., cut, lb. 3-: Vic rUiUl'LAM'-- local, each Hi- le Coet to Pair Brio Retailer to Conarrm or Today. lt-lSe Today, lie XALE, PL. .-Mo LETTUCE. local, head.. I. Is ONIONS, yellow, u pk. I- lo U.a-K l'I.AT do., bunch 7 le rABHHUrti. U pk... . l-13o FKrTEttS. local, each. Ha IOI 1Ur-N No. L pic (li ros.) IMtUe No. t, pk.. . . :o-2lo Sweet, ISO. 1, V. pk 11-llc . Sweet. Ko. Z. V. pk. I- lo SPINACU da Pk. (3 lbs.) 1-140 RQUASH AND PUM7KZNS, lb 1- lo iiillAluhe Ripe, U pk U-tOe Oreen. pk 13-300 HJRNU Topped, 1 pk 4-le rsDm. ArTI.rJ Tlrst Trad. dew Grimes, H pk.. lTlle do., Tork. U pk.. . 10-IJo do. JOBSthaa. H pk. ll-Uo da. other varieties.. 11-lle do. second sradaa.. 7-lle BANANAS, dez. 30-31 do California, lb... 10. He dOt. New Tork. bsk. 10-lJc Ly-.OAr- Cat- 440's 3040 Cal. 310's 31-310 ou- - Cat. 311' 18.110 Via. aad Cat. ill's. 31-4C-S rXAsta. An;ou. da..-. l-4lo do- Keiaer. sk....!. il-lOa 3-to s- s 0-1 lo S- So 4- So J4-Se 4-.7C S-IS 7-lte S-Ue S-lle lo.l7e 1-lii 40-lHe Zo-SIo 13-lSo S-ll 15-31 o !V4-.tH lS-sae lUOe RlaPORT U-BOAT SIM AK ATLANTIC PORT. Oct. 28. .Re port of the probable sinking of a U-boat by the American steamship Muskogee, off the -French coast on Octe' - 21, after the German craft had ..eke- three steamers In a convoy, wes b. ought to port today by officers of a British vessel in the convoy. Thrift Stamp, bousht for yotmelt or your children cultivate the right pint. Lift Off Corns! Doesnt hurt a bit! Sore corns lift right off with fingers. Magic! Costs few cents! Drop a little Preezone on that touchy corn, in stantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift it right out with the fingers. Why wait? Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of Freezone for a few cents, sufficient to rid your feet of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and calluses, without soreness or irritation. Freezone Is the much talked of dis covery of the Cincinnati genius. WEI. DEMAND FOE'S FORMES LONDON, Oct. 29. The Austrian note to President Wilson is tanta mount to surrender In the opinion to day of weli-'nformid authorities and the press or Condon. The Express says it la Informed from authoritative sources that the allied conference at Pari soon will present to Germany the terms of an armistice which, it is believed, will include the occupation of Uetx. the Krupp arsenal at Essen, and other fortresses of the enemy. It la believed in diplomatic circles (hat the publication of the allied armistice terms wilt lead to hoisting of the whit flag- of surrender by the inemy forces. BALTIMORE LIFTS BAN ON SALOONS BALTIMORE. Oct. 29. Saloons, bar rooms, hotels, and ether places la which liquor is Sold can open from 7 o'clock in the morning- until i0:30 o'clock In the evening; as a result ot the decline of Spanish influenza, ac cording to an order issued by the health commissioner today. The ban" on saloons might have re mained in effect longer, it is said, but cars leading- but of the city to the liquor dispensaries in the annex wr so crowded that the benefit derived from closing- the saloons has been practically neutralised by the danger of contagion en the ears. MUST GO TO PRISON Federal Court decrees convicting Capt. Johann Kalttenhoff and Paul Wierse of conspiracy as the result ti sinking the German interned steamer Die Senrels In the harbor at Charles ton, 8. C were Sustained by the Su premeCourt. which today refused to review the proceedings. Prison sen tences ot five months for KlattenhoS and two years for Wierse were up held. BULLETS FLY; ONE KILLED, 3 HURT Karey Charles Alexander, colored, 1020 New Jersey avenue northwest, was ihot and killed last night br Po liceman H. E. Brodie. of the Sixth pre cinct, when Alexander tried to escape arrest after flrlnr several Shots at Ethel Halestork, 3 Union court, during; an argument in saton.cenrt. between H. and I, Second and Third streets northwest. . Brodie was standing- at the corner of Fourth and I streets northwest when he heard the report f several pistol shots, and ran to the scene of the shooting. When he reached. Sea ton court be saw' a. man walking down the alley with a revolver in his hand. "Stop! I an an officer." shouted Brodie to the fleeing TJegro. The ne gro turned suddenly and fired at he policeman, the bullet grazing-hie coat. Brodie retained the fife. The negro ran to New Jersey avenue aad H street, where he felL He was re moved to Casualty Hospital and was pronounced dead on arrival, the po liceman's bullet having; taken eOect in the negro's abdomen. Two negroes were Injured during- a pistol fight In Neal place northwest last night. James Graham, xwenty nine years old, 452 Kings court north west; AlpHonio Williams, sixteen years old. and Charles Williams, eight een years old. all colored, took part Graham was shot In the left hand and left leg. He was taken to the Wash ington Asylum Hospital. John Henry Taylor, colored, sixteen years old, 420 Neal place northwest, a passerby, was shot In the left knee. He was removed to Emerrency Hos pital. None of the Injured Is seriously! hurt. TO CALL W.S.S. PLEDGES One hundred per cerit redemption of District pledges in the war savings Stamp campaign will complete Wash ington's quotA of 7.500,000, according to Director I. J. Callahan, of the local committee. To end the drive with as oversub scription. Director Callahan has called a special meeting- of his committee for Thursday to prepare plans for the col lection of pledged money. Thousand of pledges were turned in to thecdmmittee as a result of the house-to-house canvass In June, as well as the concurrent drive la Was Ington theater. Many of these have been neglected because of the Liberty loan activities, while other subierib era have.left the city. Sarv War Savfaaa Staaawa tadarr atA rrovlda to ywnr iwtmra. A Sexle. .f Eye Talks Ko. 63 A Foolish Notion There art many peopla who need glassestad who know they need them yet refuse to 'get them simply because, as they say, "I'm afraid that If I begtawear ing glasses I can sever leave them off." This is an absurd stand to take, to say the least. Why, indeed, should anyone refuse to wear glasses if they giv relief and pre serve sight? Lack of attention to the eyes can bring about con ditions that are real calami' ties far worse than the slight inconvenience of wearing glasses For instance; it is now known that many cases of cataract in elderly persons are due to neglect in earlier years, and could have beta prevented by 'proper glasses at the proper time. If you feel that you need glasses, don't be misled by an idea of their incon venience go at once to an oculist. He will prescribe them only if necessary but will give the proper prescription if they are necessary. Then nave them made onljr by an optician' -who will make them exactly u prescribed. f omcM-cm, 1429 H Street N. W. Saathern Building. Wc do HOT Examlno ye. "this Talk from a capyrlgaf' sen; all rights reserved." ffaflih" DRINK HOT WATER EVERY MORNING FOR INFLUENZA Don't cat a bite of Breakfast until you drink. a glass of hot water, says authority. tl-37c lS-ISa to-tso 14-2Se -la tUOe ll-ZOo 33-4 0e 35-400 as-4 so SI .0441.10 4A-UC DON'T LET THAT COUGH RUN RIOT Stop it with Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. The tens of thousands who use this medicine regularly to relieve colds, coughs, grippe, and bronchitis, testify to Its prompt and effective action. Use it properly give Its helpful In gredients a chance to prove their value. Follow the first relieving dose with others occasionally until the cold or cough leaves you and you again feel fit. An. economical bottle, kept handy, mean celd freedom and thrift. 30c, QDe and S1.20 f Vl 1 Says a glass of hot water with a teaspoonful of' limestone1 phosphate in it washes poisons from system, and makes one feel clean, sweet and fresh. "Why is man and woman, "half fhe time, feeling nervous, tiespon dent, worried; some days head achy, dull and unstrung; some days really incapacitated by ill sess. If we all -would practice fhe drinking of pbosphated hot water before breakfast, what a gratify ing change vrjuidtake place. In stead of thousands of halfback, anaemic-looking soals-with pasty, poddy coropdans"jBo should see crowds of happy, healthy, rosy cheeked peo-cW'here. The Teasdn is that fie brrman system does Jjot rid itself -each day of all the waste it accumulates under our present mode of living. For ever,y ounce of food and drink taken into the -system nearly an ounce of fzaste material must be carried out, else it ferments and. forms y laniHi ne-Eke poisons m the bowels which are absorbed into the blood. Just as necessary as it r to dean the ashes from the furnace each dav, before the fire will burn, bright and hot, so we must each, morning'crear the inside organs of the prerioos day's accumula tion or indigestible waste -and body toxins. Men and women, whetha riek or well, are advised to drink each morning, before breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a teaspoonful of lime stone phosphate in it, as a harm less rnparrf, of washing out of the stomssch, liver; Iddney3 and bowels fhe indigesfflyle material, waste, sour bile and toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and pur fying the. entire aBinsnlary canal before patting more food into ths) stomach. Minions f -people who had their trrro at constipation, bilious attacks, acid stomach, sick head aohea, rheumatism, lumbago, nervous days and sleepless nights have become real cranks about the morning-inside bath. A quarter pound of limestone phos phate will not cost much at the drug store, but is sufficient to demonstrate to anyone its cleans ing sweetening and freshening effect upon the systeia LSUOHCZS. hi Bk,..X.lla " A. SsTadu v