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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1918. tt ARREST YOUTH OH BLACKMAIL CHARGE AKJbKTA, Oct a. On a eaere natnc the. mik Ja aa attentat to nlsnhaistl Am O. Candler. snUMeaalre farmer ma?er of AUwtt oe e MM Bwfos U ImI, Td twenty mr, wae arrested yesterday " We Mi on hall of M0. He de ened aejjr oonnsotlea with the aaar. Oit liitirtir 27, Mr. Cm. ac ta nestorfncs lues esters, re- totter denanndte- thee ine W ma m. W Wulr at MS at 91 W MihIi mtmm AMaf WSXnMMT the millionaire soft drink akumCac rer HMt am attempt to aSeeorer the .ehlir end a4risis hleatehavs , m - - w il -- - - -J HUai JNsOv IM 9HHTPI OOMCnMWt U r in will wt T." MOTHER OF FOUfl SEEKS SEPAftATQI AID AUatWIY FOE PLANS TRADE WjMUIPS Otprivtd of Fleet, Germans Afapt ew MetM for Com- merotal Supremacy. JUItec amettr and ort 3Cra. Asmee Ortmmel yesterday MUt la tlM Dfetrjet Sapramg Oeurt nyihMt Henry Oesitant arieamelier a limited divorce and eMmony. Mrs. onaMPti. nprMMtW ay Attorneys WfOtarn X. HJcharaeon and W. M. ttw aks or tha ettetody of their fnr oalldrea, WWwMBt of trnet en the ntesirty. and a re etre4nJar order to prevent htm from moleetaee; her. A4MP sett VMMB a" A&dfOXT. fittHKHT, Oct. . Jacoa ahead m tcatr Faers M and Mvee oa aa la sonm of 10 a year. Despite this, ate wife ana eared hefere Judge Kiiwir t aewVwi that he nay allmsar. The apart aaia it wm impossisie. Froth Fruit Dettertt 2c mtr-VO. iiiiattg, tk id tatar, eat hat 2 a vial of from Compare JMr-TaO tWi oio ityit qadc ytat m imirti. Y ifffl na it timM Mtatr, yt k cote no nor, ;Mi ac Taar Qrmim NrMCmto IF YOU HAD A MEOK Ul T Ttm FatJ-OW, P4 hit u SORE THROAT T0NSIL1ME u. MRL.IX. Oct I. The M.00-ta uMnr ataaatar Bttwtrete. the Ms- Ct liaar err hallt. is aaarias cam- j aiatioa at the Huh bar? yaras ofj BMia a; Taaa, for aeeewit af the1 Hjunharg-Axftarica Line. This new oeaaa awrral, the eanstraetlaa of which was hacaa ht a tine whea the areaaaet of viatory still looatea his oa the Ganaaa horisoa. is inteaaoa for the Haaawr-Maw Tork route. Of acials of tha Ksjnaurs-Amarica Uae. however, are aat eoeksare that tha Bteaiarek will sail aaaar their Has;, la fact, they will not he disaaaotatea at all if the maanaoth Itaar is seised ' ay the enteate as aart of the a. teas of shiaaiaar Oanaaay Is pledged to deliver annually aaaar the term of tha peace treaty. I Deprived of its Mr fleet of aoeaa liaers the Hamburg-America Line is mar and mare lochias; to the xree aam of the air as a means af salva- tioa and conUnued divMaads. Several stoats ace this oorreaaoadaat , de scribed the unparalleled- system af domestic aeroplane paaaeacer traaa- portatioa developed by tha Hamburc-1 ttiM TJu thMt la tk warkL I Bat aeroplanes, ewinx; to their Mm-! ited carryiar capacity, are unsatisfac tory for heavy travel. The largest; planes carry only six passengers. The Hamburg-Amarica Mm, therefore, is now turning to lasprcvad Xappeliaa as a permanent amWtitute far its lost ships. jmsv Tya sevatoaaa "Tha airahtps wa delivered to tha eateate are sa much junk to- us, and they are welcome to have them," a elared Hrr Vogelsang, manager af tha Berlin odea, In discussiag tha oonqaeat of tha air by his company. "We have developed an entirely new type of airship that makes all others obsolete. The Beeeusee, recently completed at the Xeppeiln works in Friedriehshafen. Is the first of this type to be put into aervioe. Iaeiden taMr, the Bodensea la the first passen ger airship in the world to cover a regular route. It will ply between Berlin and Frisdrieanhafea. making connections at the latter point with the steamer fc Switseriand. In a vary short time we also will have a regular service BerUn-Oaaenaagen-Stockholm. "And Amerieevr was asked. We have a regular service be tween Hamburg and New York in mind," replied Herr Vogelsang. "If Waerica wlU provide the sheds and landing places we will carry paseen- next rear. Bat -far the trans-Atlan-ffl Uc service we will require vessels much larger than the Bodenaee whiem the Zeppelin works are preparing to build." j pravemint Over epps. The Beadeasee differs from the old type of xeppollnc inmving the pas senger gondola near lh front, built tosrether with, the navigation gondola and removes: from the odor of the engines which are is. the rear. Pas sageways built lata the hull connect the navigation and passeager gondola with the engine goneek Formerly a footbridge ran from sflsm to stern under the hull. The Bedensee is equipped with cab ins far twenty-five passengers, who may watch the fleeting landscape through, tha windows, reclining In comfortable deck chairs. For the hungry an up-to-date restaurant pro vides hot and oqld dishes from a full fledged kitchen. Lavatories and wire less apparatus are other cenveieneea offered the passengers. The Bodeasee is 400 feet long, has a space of 300,000 eubic feat and a carrying capacity of more than 30.000 pounds. Its four engines develop 1,100 h. p., giving the vessel a speed of about 75 miles an .hour. CAPTURE BOLD BURGLAR WITH FARM IMPLEMENTS Hair that Everyone Adixurea Hatr responds laafynlpwaV nV care and mention. Q-aan. Hsir Tonic wiM help gruwdi easorb eaaaTuffm eae ipnlirss'en eaaunaie k in aiaht erten. Same all iichiof of aW scsJp neurknet and preserve me hsir and prrvena k from fsJting out For isle st sJl druc stores and VMner ever unlet foods are sold. Q5oaav Hesslfl-E Chemists Memphis Tertn. ADVERTitEMENT Adler-i-ka Again! "Adler-i-ka has been worth its ""eight ia gold to me. It has CUK&D say eonotipation-and a serious bowel irouble which I hwi." (Signed) Mrs. anna Wagner. Adler-i-ka fhtshee BOTH upper and rfWI cowtly It relieves JSTT CASK gas on stomach or sour Itomaca. Removes a, surprising pueuut of fouL decaying matter from the alimentary canal (which poisoned Itomach for months). Often CURES tonstipatioa. Prevents appendicKls Hie IM8TAKT pleasant actien of Ad-ier-i-ka asioaVsaes both doctors and tatieats. It is a mixture of buck Ihorn. oascara, glycerine and nine liner stmpse Mgrodioats. People's BAST WHATELY, Mass., Oct. Zr The entire town turned out hare armed with pitchforks, pokers and death-dealing kitchen forks to help Postmaster Charles Roes capture a burglar armed with a hammer. After the townspeople had surrounded the store, brandishing their weapons, they formed a Jiving wedge and en tered, simultaneously, by the front and back doors. The burglar did valiant battle, hitting to right and left with his hammer. Several heads, hands and shins were lacerated, but at last the burglar held up his hands ia surrender. He told the townspeople that he had a horse and carriage waiting for him in the woods, and wouldn't they please see that thhe horse didn't go hungry. CAN GET JAG ON WATER, CHORTLES W. J. BRYAN MKDFORD. Mass.. Oct. 2. "O tempera, O mores," was the comment of William Jennings Bryan when oa a visit here he was shown a building where some of the famous old Med ford rum used to be manufactured Mr. Bryan' came here to make a tem perance address. "After January 18. 10. a man will have to drink twenty-i gallons of water to obtain the necessary alco hol to cause intoxication," Mr. Bryan said. BITTEN BY MAD DOG, KILLS ANIMAL WITH BARE HANDS ASHEVTLLE. N. C. Oct. 2 J. O. Murr. aa employe of the Champion Fiber Company at Canton, after be ing bitten by a mad dog. seized the animal and killed it with his bare hands. Murr went to Raleigh, where he is being given the Pasteur treatment. CINCINNATI MAY SOON HAVE MALE MILLINERS CINCTINVATI. Oct. 2. Man f rM elBti and environs are tn ! o-i-.... a chance to retaliate for the feminine IbvsjUab mf thlr aUji af a4. .... A millinery class has been started by Mrs. Marie R. Perry and men are in T Friday- StoeNews GFLANSBueot&Bea f Editorial A man talkmr abort eosditiems at tbe TJ. S. oak: "Ofe, reryt will caana et all rig at. The America Lagio will sac to that.' We agree -with him fully, but are these of us who asked the beys to fight our battles on the ether side going ta ait down and wait for them to straighten out our heme . difficulties? We do not believe se. The men who fought and those who dian't are equally patriotic. The problems of pro duction and .keeping down costs and finding work for all belong to each of us. , And. If each gives just a little tine -each day to constructive thinking it won't be long until the old ship of state will he plow Jar ahead aa though nothing had happened. A little teamwork. That's what we need. RlKht? Art New pHUwi Bavk o Ttlrot, a, feH, "fcwi roa" with f sit Mtf , crac, etc Staawd ia Mama eaajl? sC4aeV wita fcaswy floe. Ho d. Women Looking Abou& for Fall and Winter Suits, Coats and Dresses MaffN maa oqoaxe afif. At 7fc to $4.M. GenWrom's nw tmk arooooff mfi m doJety aeeirM. Mask i Um aawnot fall styloe. SfahM 2 to It yomn. At $! U UM. M-iaok cnatars -Uniped mi thrtoel oa ocxa nodkwaart. New okaire for'Ioag and oaort stttok antartiniry. At Mc Third Fleer Lmukurgh & Bro. Find Ii to Their InUrtst and Profit to Fay a Visit to Our Fashion Shops The cerrVctio is so Urge that you may satisfy your iacRvidml tti We can write iMthoriUtively of tie fail tad wteter ftaaioas from- r own stocks, for they have been chosen by experts after careroi stady of the vojue from Park and in New York. Tha-sMit coats most alt three-oairter leaftlvaTt scoai-fltted mi have collars of self material cut hifh-pointed ravers, ntaay are tar iinnf med. ' Prices are $3t.M to $300.00. 1 samanak. I Kr- mnanananaF isnnC"""Cvi Boys' Suits $13.75 Two Pairs Full Lined Troupers Made ef fall weight mixtures in well tailored models serviceable io withstand the hard wear boys give their clothes. Two popular styles to choose from the box pleated or the waist-seam models, with flap, slash or patch pockets. Sizes 7 to 1 8 years. Suits, -$8.75 Norfolk suits of fall weight fabrics in popular seam or plain models. Knicker trousers fully lined. Sizes 7 to 18 years. Fifth Floor Lansburgh & Bro. Silk Undies Boudoir jackets of crepe s3 catno, waoa satia, g&d dotii or fancy fleworod silk. At $Z.fC Co $f M. Boadoir caps, prettily txinssned wita lace. At Sfc to $1.96. Third Fleer. Lansburgh & Bro. The dresses are mostly straight linevsitbotiette, with few waist lines conspicuous. Many Russian blouse effects in evidence. Prices, $l.tf to $MJ0 Straight- coats; wMi iavarted bomiIs tad maity ckitw ftfttm. Many hare bdtts, Pat; UhaiaymV in prominent. Price are HC00 ia fJOMO. Seeead Fleer , Lansbwr.k & Bro. mnananananr" mnmnamtmnat mmTPflL aamnaf Jasnaar mnawmnananananananal mnanam M Wk mmsanananaE maanaaaaf isVJsr IBnaav Sale See Next Sunday's Papers For Full Particulars of Our 59th Anniversary .. Which Starts Mondty, Otteber Oft The gremteat valiie-giving event wWch we hote ever boon able to offer. A sale in which every ekpstafitia: o-fc" far ordinary tpecial. Plan to Be Here Monday, October 6 of crepe do' dune, er wash aaite, prettily trimmed wfba tuck. At $L5t. $LH ta$2JC. BloOWOrg nanek of Wfiah sajtfai leaaferooti sad fim nvaea witk heawtitcklfif;; fleoh color. At M. JHRTan099 CJMBBJaM0 IS. krga variety of styles, mead eabrotdored or triBj aaed witk lace. Rieeoa atnse oror saealders. At pesa 4.Pa SMl 90.9a tPottioeats of erofe de rliiin or week satk, tail ored or lace trinuaed. At S.K, S7;H to !. Bffiie Bvrke pajaniaa aaade of seed qoalHy eroae de chtae, ia fleoh,1 trmamod with homstitca ia; aad lace. At $8.75. Nirkt robes raade of areoc de ekimc. trimmed with laoes: floeh color. I Tfic riafc heVA heftn chosen with a.ftte State dfwtalt la At s?jp to S14.H. , ! ft nf p. .. ncf HJlrkrfullv rftoreaeated m toJr ditaeaY la oar French '- ' -r'WJS, . .- w ...w-. - r-j r --,"- . .j. u, Tu. J , LAl Th nct mnoAis snow a. qcckicu remain, v o uc mwc wi isun t velvets or panne combined with facings oTfcys fetVet' Attractively popular furs, small lowers, narrow riooons, monkey iw ana aovewy found m hats or ormnary designers. Larse droooinr brim ht -vredoi hat there ara aloo the aanaU clooe ftttinc , tarbaae. AU the popaktr Fail ahadoa ref- Hata for the voianc weaioa as won for the Mere nature Gmis' dothes nataay efeivoa Joaa ta fU af ionmanh) watBC saaaa M 11 OBannnw aemapnnnnnnnna ena aesmnannBnp ifagats'ttnej' fcff of Ma ssKTd5aaw 0 ta U ejPy "yjoyey OjPy""" a f fs 14 ta The Newest Fall Hate '1250, 16 M t. 25 eej"fai . T m T a T a Negligee Gawm mnanMamnO Anf CSSfana awmMsnmnpesmaanmaiasMnnnanmansne USvTS Do Your Feet Hurt? (Foot Talk No. 24) A wise old family physician ascribes women's foot troubles to the fact that her head is so far from her feet that foot appearance receives much attention, but foot com fort little, if any. Wizard Foot Appliances fitted, in our specially ap pointed foot comfort divi sion have done wonders for the men, women and chil dren who have tested them. Cantilever boots for women are made with straight inside lines, correct heel heights, roomy toe shapes that let the toes lie out in barefoot fashion, and flexible arches that move with the muscles of the foot. Consultation is free, Appliances are not fitted unless necessary. Trimmed HatSj $5.00 The largest collection of these popu lar priced hats to be found in Wash ington. Every style and color included. Normal feot Broken Aith Large Selection MaHeawan Tailored Velour Hats at $7.45 New mearaiag hats that ehow the new est tread ia nMaraoic laUHaery at S7.SO to $15.tf. second moor Lansburgh & Bro. navvBBBBk t. I ha;5 . i i a9"iiiiaiaRvUra,''"a" ' ' - "xV fc,eSK3mrTmQr I x i'mnananant v lS ' I Banananaaaar 1 v ' m M t JP . I I J l INanananananamnaJ ranml sLmmV a .mnananananamnTf Ski ""dr gotrtaaj., at IWf nonav aaaaaana. amZT Hf. at a At of of Joa Ml avwanmraet wna van fist ''" TMrdfloar IMtinfiadbat flwau enoananaBBjamajjaanmmsrpei, ensanaifns Second Floor Lansburgh & Bro. Rengo Belt Demonstration Two More Days Miss Anderson has been here almost two weeks new helping her many friends with advice about their corsets. If yon have not already been in to see her, we weald suggest that yon come in tomorrow. She will be glad to help yon in any possible way. Reago Belt Corsets are priced at $3.50 to $7.5t. Third TiooT-iansburgh & Bro. Georgette Mouses $10.98 Up to $4. 00 Lace Curtains $2 29 Pair A Wonderful Selection to Choose From A wonderful showing of fine voile curtains, with neat lace insertions and edges. Also fine filet and Scotch net curtains in designs that are reproductions of the finest' hand-made curtains. These blouses are made of beautiful georgette, in lovely styles to wear with the new suits. And thev are beinr shown in all the suit shades, too. One dainty model has a round neck, finished with a pleated ruffle aad cuffs. Ruffle is edged with narrow rib bon and the front is beaded and em broidered. Other pretty styles have V necks with square collars prettily beaded. A few tailored models. ' In white, flesh, bisque, taape, navy; brown, etc. Sizes 36 to 46. 454nch Panel Curtains, $1.65 Each Choice of white or .ecru, m neat all-over patterns, with borders all around. Drapery Remnantsy 39c Yd. Up to $1.00 Values Mill lengths of plain color madras, in all-over designs in blue, green, rose or brown. Also heavv quality cretonnes, in neat floral designs. Curtain Nets, 39c Yd. Extra Special Quaker and Scranton made nets, in pretty square mesh fillet net effect Choice of white, cream and ecru. iM hi i i n ji j I I D ioma Wirthmor Blouses, $5.00 Wirthmor blouses are made of crepe de chine, satin or georgette, trimmed with lace and tucks. Sizes 36 to 46.' sslX' NwVns-ns-i IPnV rim amaw-a r ham awmVmnanamv Vlr . T& s awO)0)VOMa JeWa"- LamUmgh & Bmv Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M Cfa P. M. 7HtSTOOT man aananannani ImnanamnamnvlBBanVnnanannam mnananamnanananana saaL. Oaananamnanananam! AnenVmnemV neneneP H jHHUmaanananaiaananaa f mnenenerTTaeH IneBmnenneneVanene anamPV mKmnananamaannal tenesmi Fourth T-Lansburgh & Bro. 42M30 Swwodfc eSfce Timgk h IttelL a iv?j t. mi ii m vcum vitee to JoM the -classes." MMM -?"- fy-.