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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; WEDNESDAY;, OCTOBER 15, 1919.
' "toi ton HI 15 FALLING FAST "Danderine" wW check that ugly dandruff and stop hair coming out. KALLIP0L1S GROHO HAS RECORD CLASS j Sallipolis Grotto jriaas elaborate ceremonial teaight in honor of the record class of candidates. Tha paremaiiiH -will brln with & brief buslaess meeting at the New Masonic Temple at S p. m. Soon af terward all candidates will be checked off and supper will be served by the Ladies of Lebanon Lodge unit. After the meal, the prophets and the candi dates will form in line and parade to Liberty Hut, where the ceremonial will be staged. This will be followed by a minstrel show under the direc tion of Otto K. Woerner and athletic events. . ... Large delegations of prophets wm oome from Richmond. Va., a,nd Baltl- ire. Ming Parrots With Feather Bister Wins Prize as Newest Job To stop falling hair at once and or evarr oartteM aall hAfV t at any drc or toilet ooiw of of Daa- vbl tU amh dandrutt. nt a .w4i.n b t- ur ter for a few cents, pour a mm ia b It your hand aad rub lata th seals. irt.r umnl unitmHMU th hair naniBiitr mtnnm cooalnar out and you can't And any daadruff. Soon every hair on your scaip mow new , vigor, brtgatneos, takftcnees aad more ooior. nSr& BRAND I WITH Vorwasrts, Socialist Paper, Oalls Former War Chief Only a Theorist. When -.the success en: failure of ' anv thnr iW i pids upon whether 1 SAST Ttew h BOO,1Bg toe bowels Itmcoonate i i properly or not -'Y 1 YottNeed NEW YORK, Oct. 15. In P press feud between LudendorK and the Socialists, Vorwaerts makes a bitter counter-attack, says a copy righted dispatch from Berlin to the World. "The old Roman generals after their lost battles plunged them selves or their swords,' It says. "Ludeadorff plunges into Ink. Luden- j mm .l..a hi e.ffnrta." Vorwaerts ehargos LudeadorTf with eowardtoe. "Where was LudeBdorJC vnon tne catastrophe broke," it asks, 'and when Noske, with a determined hand, gathered up the few remaanU of the disintegrated army to save Ger many from a Russian chaos? Ludea dorff had run off to Sweden. Now that we again have relatively firm ground under our feet, Ludendorff has no -higher ambition than to un dermine the narrow foundation bear-ins- tho German state. Herr Luden- dorff struts about in Achilles' armor Here is "Washington's most ex traordinary job. Down In the Pan-American Union building, where the na tional Industrial conference Is be ing held, there Is a spacious patio, filled with luxurious Latin-American palms and Peruvian parrots. These Peruvian parrots have a squawk of the piercing, pervasive variety that rasps the ear-drums. John Barrett was irrefutably logical in concluding that if the parrots were permitted t squawk while capital and labor were get ting together well, capital and labor wouldn't get together. John Barrett had discovered that the birds' were susceptible to tickling. Tickle a Peruvian par rot and he is so intoxicated with joy he ceases rending the air with jungle cries. ' , Therefore, John Barrett dele gated one of his satellites to tickle the parrots with a long feather duster while the conference was in session. He has invented a new form of human eadeavor, and one that does credit to his imagination. LOVE OFSON DRAWS PARENTS TOGETHER Milton and Mary Martin Will Renew Marriage Vows Today. FAY BAINTEB, playing in "Bait Ii Wert," whose engagement to Lieut. Comdr. Reginald Venable has "been announced. THRKB WOMKtf DHOORATBD. CBTTINJB, Oct. 15. Three more American Red Cross women doing re lief work In Montenegro have been honored by the government. The Cross of Mercy has just been awarded to Miss Safah A. McCarron, of Word haven N Y.; Miss Minnie Parish, of Delphas, N. M.. and Miss Helen R. Watson, of Tunkhanock. Pa. BALTIMORE, OcU-f18. Drawn to gether by their affection for their seven-year-old boy, an Arlington cou ple, Milton P. Martin,, twenty-nine years old, and Mary R. Martin, twen ty-five, today will renew the mar r!ae vows which they went to court six months ago to have annulled. As country boy and girl they were married ten years ago in Carroll county. Then they came to the city, and after the boy was born drifted apart. - Then came the divorce, after which MarUn went to 302 Belvidere avenue to "live' and his wife to 127 on the same street. It was decided that the boy should live with Jus father. A few days ago they met. Mrs. Mar tin admitted that she was pining away for her boy. Then her former husband admitted that life wasn't nearly as pleasant as it had been under the old regime. The license was obtained yesterday. Last night the couple did not know where they would be married or by what minister. And they say they don't care. All they know is that they are very happy and that there will be no "frills." And, net strange to-relate, the happiest member of the party- will be Harry, the curly-haired youngster. SB6 4,The digestion of food entails the production of poisoos that must be eliminated regularly and tnorougnly. Sole of Aar lalbeWetM SeH iu tar. la MCf olvGo PLEASANT raiT W.W1RAKT. Md Oct. IS. According to the report of Louis T. lAtx, chairman oi me cwmiuw charge of the carnival held here re cently, more than 51,000 was realised from the affair. The carnival was under the auspices of the Seat Pleas ant Fire and Community Welfare Association. At the rooent meeting of, the Seat Muunf irir &ad nAmaauaitv Welfare Association the following- were elect ed to membership: samuei js. uress, Charles A. Reynolds, Thomas Whit- ) Simuol TC. "Fowler. Albert Wicks. George W. Roberts. Benjamin- M. Au gustine, John G. Augustine, James j. Gray. The association discussed the al leged reckless manner in which driv ers of motor vehicle frequently pro ceed through the town. It was announced that the enter tainment committee is arranging for a dance on Thanksgiving. Purchase of another Liberty bond by the association was announced, bringing the organization's Liberty bond holdings to a total of $900. Louis F. Litz, chairman of the com mittee, announces that a new set of by-laws are in course of preparation. DONT PAMPER YOUR STOMACH NO MORE CATARRH j Then Maa4e Hmk Treatment Hm Steed the Teot of Time. Every fall and winter, for more ;han twenty years, thousands of people fcava made it a daily practice to VrHtiM thtt air of Hvomei and so4 keep themselves free from Catarrh, Couch, Colds, Bronehitle, Sore Throat and Influenaa. This is certain ana you snoura iry Jt If you will breathe Hyomei dally. las direeaoa, tt WUI tree you wta Keep PeoDle'fe-'Drtttr Stores or any reliable Ai-ntrir,mt n Bttnnlv you with the Complete Hvonaei OutiU, Including a Ltiard. ruuoer pocxet wier. ik m fcaler will last a life time and extra bottles of the liquid Hyomei cost but X few cents. A few drops of oil In the inhaler will last for days and its pure, soothing, antiseptic, healing air, breathed, deep in the air passages of Tour nose and throat, should keep you free from coughs, colds. Influenza and catarrh all winter long:. Pleas ant to use, takes but a few minutes daily and is guaranteed to satisfy or money back. MCKVILLE Fear of Dyspepsia Robe the Entire System of Necessary Hutriment Eat a. Diversified Meal and With Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets You Will Avoid the Distress of Indi ' gestion. Just because the stomach sowswitk gasslness, heartburn, water brash and such distresses after eating". ! J-- good reason for depriving the system of nourishment. , Instead of Indigestible and Im tritious bran and skim milk try the better plan of eating wtaf w Ito and follow your meals with Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets. They digest food, they assist the stomach to se crete juices that keep the stomach sweet, active and with the alkaline effect, just as when the stomach is in perfect health. Nor is It necessary to discriminate. You may eat freely of onions, sausage, mince pie and baked beans, or other dishes, such as the average dyspeptic views with hor ror, and suffer no dlstres if you fol low with Stuart's Dyspeptsla Tablets. There is thus no need to fear any kind of food at any time or place, for witn these tablets, you may prevent those distresses that formerly made you pamper your stomach as if it were a tender infant You can get Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets in any drug store at SO cents a box. Got So Thin He Became Scared Jarf One Bottle of Km Vim Iron Tomc Ohm Conditio. 'Charie H. Beak, 4821 Hooonra- fceU St, Pittsburgh, Pa., began to pet tbia. He says: "I got so thin -was scared. My liver went on a ftrike and I lost weight all the lime. My farm work was neglected, pad I moped around half dead. Just rjie bottle of Nm Vim Iron Tonic hanged thing so that I began to pat fleah, on my bones. It made me fed Hke working. Two or three bottles more made me a well man." Thinness doesn't mean ill health, put when weight is steadily lost, it means something is going wrong. Usually it is the failure of the ftmnmth to supply the proper nourishment, and Kit Vim Iron ronic is the best thing known stamncfas that are out of rder. If you dont gain strength from your food, just try what a bottle of Nu Vim will do for you. kt is purely TegetabU, and the iron in it is from a vegetable source, so (hat your stomach welcomes it. On tale at all People's Drug Stores. ROCKVH.L,E, Md., Oct. 15. Receiv ing information that wine containing a decided "kick" was being dispensed in various parts of the county, Sher iff William L. Aud yesterday sent Deputy Sheriffs Stanley Gingell and Somers Darby to the home of Russell Watkins, near Cedar Grove, and con fiscated a barrel of wine. Watkins was arrested on a charge of having intoxicating liquor in. his possession with the intention of selling It. In the police court here. Judge W. Frank Gaither required him to 'furnish $390 ball for his appearance for trial. William H. Sullivan, of Washington, and Miss Virginia Tarmon, of Mount Rainier, Md.. were married here yes terday afternoon by the Rev. O. C. Barnes, pastor of the Christian Church, in the parsonage. Attorney General Albert C. Ritchie, Democratic candidate for governor; S. Brooke Lee, candidate for comp troller of the State treasury, and Thomas J. Keating, candidate for at torney general, spoke at Rockvflle yesterday- afternoon and at Bethesda, Kensington and Silver Spring in the evening. SOUS OF CONFEDERATES PLAM DANCE AND ELECT Washington Camp, No. 305, Sons of Confederate Veterans, met last night at the Confederate Home, 1322 Ver mont avenue northwest. Plans were niade for a, dance in honor of the sponsor of the Washington Camp, the maid of honor, and the recently elected officers. The affair will be given at 2408 Sixteenth street northwest on October 29. The following fourteen were elected tn memfcershin last nisht: Jesse An thony. Jr., Herbert M. Franks, Spears Hovely. Stephen B. Morgan, John F. Little, Thomas S. Plowman, Arthur D. Byrd, Claude M. Middlebrooks, James C. Davenport. William F. Waite, Will iam D. Upshaw, Lucius C. Upshaw, Buford Jones, sr., William M. Locke. RESTAURANT OUSTED BY DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR Needing the space, Department of the Interior yesterday withdrew per mission Ip had granted a lunch room to conduct business there. . The establishment, conducted by F. B N. W., & L. Alexander, decided to go out of business, and filed a pe tition yesterday in equity requesting Its dissolution. Walter M. Bastian and J. Pierson James are attorneys for the petitioners. Don't spend year Liberty Bond la tere.. Rein vast it In W. . 8. A Simple Way to Reduce Wrinkle BSSssF' BSSSSSSSSSSSr ssssft wtssssssssb 4'l. fSBBBSWSm jSVEaSSSSSSSk c M SSSSS BBSSSSSSSSSSSSp SBBSSl SMS- ..SSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSnk sIbIHbsssssh BbsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssM IfrwiTffiaifflTi WMbsssmPssssI mWmmmmW 1 ' ! 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The boy was delicate and took up chicken farming to be outdoors. Mo came into conflict with the postal laws -sind the cevrt. convinced hw transgression waa unwitting, imposed the minimum sentence of a year and a day. Overcome by grief and fear, the boy suddenly became blind. Con gressman Reed and the boy's father, acting on the advice of physicians, appealed for the boy's pardon. The -illness of President Wilson prevented the case front sola taken up with him to secure a fall pardon, and At torney General Palmer approved pa role of the boy. x Ghana nt tno smsleis noctlen Um ttmmUr. laohtstt the Distriet. wfll a snpvfton frsm the TMtmm ettvtste of the law in ckarfla O C H. M re. rots MWJC GAMS TRAGUS, Oe& Aetivltlos of various welfare br gutaUMH in entertaJatac men atm in the servioe will oflWaHy ooaoe November 1. Recreation, in th form of motion pictures, hi the camps and cantonments of the eonntry wiU from that date be In efcarge of the Oovornmoat. Teoterday- a oontraot was awarded the Community Motion Ptotnre'B rean by the War Departmont to pro vide Km for the rcereattoa eeneors MltiitlH'HtHlt"tt Take Aspirin With Water workers are mshing ttoe ttas of doaood naltk ao4 bora for th fnilni of under a parish td iinlMtan 4asJa serrteo. Aitov th oaenlStrts as emntlid th Rod Crow irockskW asm i jbp smtmmmwmm mrmgs9w l AsAria, BoBOOfptBfll. Tfc iiaitalts a tme . Jjaorni Miiaim wj -.X 4 jot ovor onjnNB jii. Ihravs drink on or two gtum waaor after taJdaf ta Always say ma ! Aaeiria trade Tmjsc kstani layer laeaeoaohwe Miaiiiilliii1lii'r of t.itit iMHimnHHHtMiinit I I i -" : ......MaanBnaaannnnsnnnnansnpnsjrjnnsjn fnjayangjjrjajaagBjanjTj JJ b Tg 3 Remember that wrinkles and bag glitess of cheek or chin are due to the muscular tissue losing its strength and shrinking. The skin is then too large in area to nt such tissue sraootn- ly. It wrinkles or sags. To remedy this condition, there's nothing so effective, so quick-actlna. as a simple wash lotion easily mde at home. Just get an ounce of pure powdered saxolite at your druggists, and a half pint of witch hazel, mix the two and bathe your face in the liquid. This at once tightens the skin and solidifies the underlying tissue which, of course, smooths out the lines and draws in the sagging skin. It also stimulates capillary circulation, bringing natural color to faded cheeks. ALL THE YEAR ROUND FAMILY MEDICINE yJsfPJssssm. x3i- vSw '' 9SSSssk fmWPtnr - .k ? ssssnw JrW-r Lsssssk ffi' '' BnayaawUK ' sssmm hS&Lb' sssslosBSmSSa bssssm lip' asSsfA ' Isssssssi M- BSSSShaw- BSSSSSSSn K fC ssssssssf mS st sssssssV h& BSSSSteSBSSsjBSSSSSSST You Must Remember that Father John's Medicine is an all-the-year-round tonic flesh-builder and people gain steadily while taking this wholesome food medicine. If you want to gain weight be- gm tajeng father John's Medi cine right now. Guaranteed free from alcohol and dangerotis drug. Proof Mrs. Lcr Win, or Libertv. Mo., savs Imt run. down bnlrv- was made fat and healthy by Father Join's Medicine. - - MUFlllaNwReld i the Great Automobile is- Ui - Wi 'v. Industry 5i. Jssa&lk ; 'V ifT( . m b iHINK of the tppeml in a Six Cylinder Car, built for the motorist f moderate income! The car mut be one of unusual Economics. Only big quantity produc-i tion can make such a car poc sible and quantity produc tion is not possible without a revolution from old principles of construction. The Willys Corporation has produced exactly such a car. It is a revolutionary Six and is one of the few great forward steps in automobile history since the invention of the pneu matic tire. It fills a great gap in the industry and has a field all to itself. Behind this revolutionary car is the Willys Corporation, one of the biggest and strong est manufacturing concerns in the automobile industry. At its head is John N. Willys, president also of the Willys Overland Company, who has successfully built and sold over 650,000 automobiles. The business of "the Willys Corporation, exclusive of the building of the new Six, is the manufacture of Electric Auto-Lite, starting and light- ingvsyttems , ancf New Proce Gears for tranfmiatioat and differential of automobile tracks and tractors. The Electric Auto-Lite bus iness is the largest in its daat in the industry More starting and lighting sets for automo biles are. and have been made by this company than by any other two concerns m the busi ness. Production is now at a rate ofover sixteen hundred complete sets per day, and orders for future deliveries are on hand for four thousand sets per day This company sup plies the principal automobile builders. The New Process Gear business was organized in 1912. Today it is one of the largest in the industry; and, because of the high quality of its prod ucts, the demand is constantly expanding. The factory covers a seven acre site and employs from 1800 to 2000 highly skilled operators. In addition, the Corpora tion is producing the Willys Light for the lighting of coun try homes and farms. In the month of August alone, orders were received for 20,000 Willys farm-light outfits. The extensive plaints ot these units are located at Toledo. O., Syracuse, N. Y. andP6ughkeepaie.N.Y. They will be sources of supply for the construction of the .near Six. For the building of the new car the plant of the Duesen berg Motors Company, at Elizabeth, N. J., was pur chased and is being enlarged to give, a capacity of 400 to 500 complete motor cars per day The new Six has many new and outstanding features an entirely new, but thoroughly proven, type of spring sus pension being one of them. The car is of remarkably light weight approximately 2,100 .pounds and has notable road - holding, non skidding and easy nding qualities. It has extraordinarily low gasoline consumption 17. to 20 miles per gallon. The chassis is a marvel of sim plicity. The details are all noteworthy. Anyone desiring further in formation about the plans and car program of the Willys Corporation should write for our booklet. - - .- '-t- "V r w , Willys Corporation 52 Vanderbilt Ave., New York- N. B. Thi$ a one of a Merit of advertisements to acquaint the public, automobile trade and bmyert of motor cartjn general with the present scope and important plans of Th Willys Corporation. i