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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15919.
'-J- ADVERT! 5NT ADVERT! oEpKT Doctor Tells How To Strengthen Eyesht 50 per cent In One Week's Time In Many Instances a Free rreaoriottoa Yob Cm Kave dh Use s Xoase Pa. Do you wear a rtcum oc eyw PhileaalpMe, glaasea? Ara train or other .eye weaknesses? -If so. yon-"will bo glad to know that ac cording to Dr. Lewis there la real ot for vtm. Vmt whose eyea vera failing- say they had thelH lyea restore through the principle of this wonderftal free prescription. yae man sara -after trying Jt:."l was fionost blind; could not see- to read at oL Now I an read everything with H6t any glasses and my eyes do not tter any more. At night they would aln dreadfully; now they feel line all be time. It was like a miracle to me." A lady who used it says: "The atmos ohere scented hazy with or without Classes, but after using this .prescrip tion for afteen days everything- seems clear. I can even read one print without fflasees." It is beMeved that aousands who wear glass as can now discard then In a reasonable time and -wUttudee more will . be able to &retathoa their ayes bo as to be prod the. trouble and efcpease of ever getting glasses. Eye troubles of many descriptions may be wonderfully benefited by following the simple rules. Here is the prescription: Go to any active drug atoife and get a bottle of Bon-Opto tablets. Drop one Bon-Qpto tablet in a fourth of a-. lass of water and allow to dissolve. With this liquid bathe the eyes two or four times daily. You should notice your yes clear'up perceptibly right from the start and inflammation will quick ly disappear. If your eyes are bother Sis; yoU, even a ttttle,- take steps to save them now before it is too late. Many hopelessly blind might have been saved if they had cared for their eyes In time. s NOTX: Another premtnest Fhysteiaa to whom the above article was aabmKted sold: "Bon-Opto is a very remarkabio romody. Its constitHoat IngrwUenU are well kaovn to. omlnont eye specialists and widely prescribed by tbem. The maaafac-, torers guarantee it to.-atxegtaa eyeetrht it per etat 4a one weeHHi time la muy idstancos or refund the mosey. It cfca be obtained from any -seed eraggtot and U oao of the Vry Jew preparations I foot shoaM be kept on hand for reg-ahr ass 4a almost every family.! It. is sold la this city by Feople's Drag Store and others. CHENS Pit ISE ZONE FARE SYSTEM Strong opposition to the proposed plan of a zone system for street car fares was voiced at a meeting last night. of the Sixteenth Street Heights Citizens' Association. The system was characterised as a rank injustice to suburban residents. A resolution adopted declares that if any financial relief is granted the Washington Railway and Blectrlc Company It should be through" a flat Increase In fares. ' The association also adopted a. reso lution requesting the District Com missioners to Install lights on Six teenth street from Montague to Alaska avenue and on Alaska avenue to Georgia avenue. The proposed membership drive of the Federation of Citizens' Associations, to begin next month, was unanimously indorsed. ajssNBRAXj SCOTT SKtfT Tft TEXAS. Brig- Gen. William S. Scott has betr ordered to Fort Sam Houstpn, Texas, to take command of that jost. Secre tary of WaT Baker announced. npHlyomig Ooimt--Tm Bismarck, grandson of the famous Iron Chan cellor! Heads the new list of eight German officers whose extradition for trial is demanded by Franc. i nniiin nirii iiiiiim iiririiiinnr iiiiiiii n u kvini.ki.ik fflNi Hi-ntfiMi. iii-nnniiiirii tnwte umnuunun inimu uLmmuuiAmuwuv BODIES, BLAND SAYS J)N CUMMINGS BILL ! - Note Our Banking flours a At all Our Banks, Beginning Today, October 15 .1 1 BANKING HOURS: T" ; 8:30 a. ra. to 3 p. m. (daily except Saturday). Saturdays, 8:30 a. m. to 12 m. (noon). On the 1st, 2d, .I5th,l6th and last day of i&e month all banks will be open for i& con Ycateacc of our patrons from. .8:30 a.-mJlpO p. m., except wheii such days fall omSunday ' or legal hoBdaysf then the' above lioursill be in force fee following banking day. t '-!. CHAS. J. BELL, FRBS1DBXT. Capital AXD Surplus, $$,400,000 Tke Largest ia WaekkgtMu We Pity 3 Per Cent Interest 4 Savings Accounts American Seoirity & Tust fioi 154 ST. AT PENNSYLVANIA AVE. -S-.w i M Hame Saviogs Branches . '"ftVT. ASMD MASSACHUSETTS AVE. N.JL . , 436 Swmtk Siri S. W. 'Ar 'sA aaHiavi ifaBJ c jBsaBBBBA''a1r .BVaH 1! i iBBaBHHBaHiH 1 l i'LHaLHLBH I mHKm Chairman .Osaar Bland, of the House subcommittee that recently went te France te inveetlrate war activities there, yesterday arse oa the floor that the bodies of AmerJ-; cans who are burled in foreign soil be returned to this country. "The bodies of 7S.0OO Americans who fell In battle are scattered over France in more -than 800 cemeteries," Mr. Bland said. "Great sums weuM be needed to concentrate these bodies, and many parents desire the remains of their sons to be brought te. this 'country. "We returned the bedlee or those killed in the Philippines, and there Is. no reason that bodies should not be returned from France. MARSHALL FOR U.S. INTERESTS flRST League All Right, But Safe '' guard Hkmt Institutions, Says vlofe BMident. CAIili OFF FEUD FR ftXD CROSS. ELBASSAN, Albania, Odt. 15. For three months the American Red Cross carried all its supplies- from Tirana to Elbassan for distribution in the in terior of Albania on mules furnished by the Italian army. Then it hired six horses to make five trips every two weeks. The mountain feudists declared a trues to let the American caravans pais. Xtomandtna; a -public hearing the Cummlngs bill, providing for the return of the railroads te Pfl ownership, George P. Hapeir--sala-aglng director of the Farmers' Op tional Council, has written Senatec, Cummings, chairman ef th"78eat Committee en Interstate Cemsaeree,' calling attention to what he calls a widespread demand for public owner ship of the railroads... . The only question " Involved, Mr. Hampton says, is .whether tha Amer-. lean people are ta be given an' op portunity to voice, their sentlmeat e this bill. , "In our mature Judgment," Kr. Hampton wrote, "the reporting of the bill without a public hoartos; will ; Impress the American, people most unfavorably." Mr. Hampton declares- that til moneyed interests of Wall Street-are behind the Cummings bill and uhr every measure at their command to force the bill through without a pub lic hearing. In support of this asser tion Mr. Hampton quotes from a re cent Wall Street market letter which characterises the Cummings bill as ths "most hopeful railroad legisla tion now pending." The Jarmers, Mr. Hampto. says, are to saacttoa to return the ew aaishlp and troMc Hat ligbhu tho stocka. -The fsaas; h0)4 Una rallroajoa 1m railroads oSmm lo rwrtor- sco. onoe asata vtco and not for ate eh gambling pufv nadPnnan) andF gMsHnaHnnL anoav nanaVuHl ftna aVnanmSftnSnBnfanall - ssssexsas, r i' I i ,taBsmaBBaaMBinannaBS3Bggama ' ' AaaaamjateannalafMo saamMK Lmr annHHav ia If xTvi JnWar WktA, -t Vwg? CaMbrai& Syrup of FccCWW'.LhmcMl ! Say MCMMonlt, mv yoi M ft fa CaMforaht Synt of Fto." Att tMcttoes for babies tad drifcfaea of aX m wiw ace cowaptieibiHofM, feverish, feaafy: .coalDi or, fitlt ofcoid, tjepMBty yriwhat tm ttebotttt, Ofrktrtii4dkiom ). : v MORRIS ! SiipremeJ Condiments Ur ssar Bannnaa "sHaHalBlwScij rw) 'i$L !nnj a ' WUCsifc' Wi ' I nr" " Blau V mvl I an I anBBBBBsaaan KINGSTON, N. O. Oct, 15. ThaJ enemy in America, is more of a men ace to this country than foes beyond the borders, Vice President Thomas JR. Marshall declared yesterday in an Laddreas at .the countyfair hers. He declared himself in favor of a League or Nations, but said the preservation of American institutions should be the first thought of loyal citizens. "The preservation of the republic," the Vice President continued, "de pends upon the submerging of indi vidual rights for the benefit of the Commonwealth and the benefit of humanity. I am opposed to every man, set of men or rlass of men, who knock at the door of Congress and ask for special privileges which are not for the good of the whole people. I believe in the old-fashioned God blessed American republic and its individualistic genius, but the era of individual rights has ended and things in the future are hot going to be what they were in the past." 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I " .' -C ". -rTr ?- l -"- . ." . ' ftj c- . ' v ",''' it v A. L - -. : . - xl. BflBL L.JaaaaaYJKaW' . i p-rie tomatoes, plump and juky, give this catsup its good fla vor. Try it on one of our steaks. You'll like all Morris Supreme con diments. The yellow and black label makes it easy for you to select tbem at your dealer's. MORRIS -&G0MPANY DURHAM LED WORLD IN TOBACCO SALES DURHAM, N. O, Oct. 15. From the tobacco figures, tabulated for the year 1919-29, made public yesterday, it is shown that Durham led the world on average price for everything sold on this market. This market sold 1.3&O,0i0 pounds, and received an average of $79.87 per hundred. Tobacco men discussing the Durham market, declare they do not believe the earth's history willafford such a parallel. A million dollar sale oh less than a million and a half pounds is astonishing. Sixty per cent of all sold on this market was raised in Durham county. CATHOLIC ENDOWMENT OFFICERS ARE ELECTED At tJie annual election of officers yesterday at the Cotholic University, William Randolph Walsh, of St. Johns, New Brunswick, was elected presi dent of the Fellows of the Knights of Columbus Catholic University En dowment The other officers chosen are: Thomas F. Vernoy. vice presi dent; Robert H. Mahoney, secretary: Fred Rabold. treasurer, and William A. Dower, sergeant-at-arms. Paflchal Sherman, of Okanogan, Wash., is the retiring president. The feriows are the benefclarles of the fiftx graduate scholarships found ed by the Knights of Columbus at the Catholic University in the year 1914. The purpose of the fellowship is to prepare men for advanced work and research In the Held of law. science. Philosophy or letters, and only lay men with A. B. degrees or their equivalents are eligible for entrance to the competitive examinations held once a year wherever there are can didates in any part of the United States and Canada to fill vacancies occurring on the foundation. RED TRIANGLE CLUB TO VISIT LURAY CAVERNS In the days of ctfdJame6towii,n. in the taverns to smoke their long clay pipe brimful of golden Virginia tobaocD. X " - T jw JFp 3r i-.r. .- -.--V- ! . That same fiagrant Virginiain)coiiir; ' J .-V: tnree centunss ut tuaaooar-iB smoKeaixoomY Bad in tiiree-fourajs.ot-the-wora .- ''ll'sl-. ' zSamaTJBp faal laaasBTsBfaaam -JffavfKaaHaaTaVa VB&K3KaaW & - r ra jm Any cigarette is 'made- better by adcKnif Virginia tobacco but men who wknt mil of Virginia's keen zest and savory relish smoke it straight in an au-Virginia cigarette. 'S' Try it that way yourselfin a Piedrnonti -tek-heTJ,- " . -X .-i. Vi. -Q m - :r &A4 '&J -r ,Sz The Red Triangle Outing Club will conduct a party of 300 to the Luray Caverns next Sunday. The club has reserved all dinners at the Lavronrfi j Hotel and Mansion Inn. The club has put en several outings this season. - Reservations for the trip to Lurav BABOkw aaa .ae. " . . ' . 'jStwKh irJa i aafl7 TBI B' B aaaamBr.aaaafaw faaaM'' bIbbbbbIbbb bbIbbbbIbbbI bbIbbIbIbbbI IbIbbIbbbI bbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbb sbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbb LBBBBBBB aBBBBBBaL rBBBBBLaBBBBBBBBBBBBBLiBB BbH NOTEPiedmonts, with all their tsote-quaBty cost Jess than cigarettes of foreign-frown tobacco which have to tack on the cost of Import duty. If you want all value in place of pert value, aak for Piedmont, the all-Virginia dgarotte. 10 for 9c 20 for 16c "-: I are now being made at the T. at C. A. I V V E--S&7 :?s