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GIVE "WETS" HOPE BOSTON. Oct. 24.?The feeling that the war-time prohibition ban may be lifted In a short time was strengthen ed today by the announcement that thousands -of gallons of liquor were being shipped to bonded warehouses here by Boston liquor dealers. Wholesale Selling Prices of Beef in Washington Prices realised on Swift ii Company sales of carcass beef for periods shown below /is published in the newspaper*, on shipments sold oat, aver aged as follows: Prtee Wf?k ?n41ag Per Cwt. Way 17th tZZJC May 34th :ijt Kay Slat MJ3 Jnr Tth 2S.10 Jim 14th 1S-53 J??* n?t tut Jaae 38th 1MI Jaly *th IS.7V Jaly 12th 1IJ4 Jaly l?tfc *1*,*5 Jmty 2?th i?,o Aaaa.t 2d 17-44 . Aaswat ?th 1MI tlCMt l?th 18.44 Ascast 234 1UI Assist acrth 17a* Septeaihar (tk 1TJ* Septeasfeer 12t> 11N 9epfaastor 2*th ....... 17.01 leftrakcr 27th ..... 1UO Octaker 4th .. 1C.11 Oetatoer 11th ......... 14.96 Ortaker 18?h ........ 1?-44. ?Through clerical error this price originally appear ed as $17.70. Swift & Company U. S. A. HiGHMASONSHONQR 23 D.C. CANDIDATES Two hundred Masons of the Royal Order of Scotland gathered In '.he ftt/wfcr-decked crystal room -*t the Eb t.itt Hotel last night for tho annual banquet of their order, and to pay homage to the twenty-threw Washing ton men elevated to the rank and dig nity of knights commander of !h? court of honor. M*ny of '.pe highest dignitaries of the Scottish RVe wcrw, present. Following a linn^r there v ere speeches and vaudeville enter tainment*. Th<. thirty-third degree probably ! will be conferred upon nin<- Washlng j tonians in ceremonies to take plac* I this evening in the House of the Tern-. I pie. on Sixteenth street. Among the high office l>?arers at the banquet last ni^ht were George Mayhew Moulton. provincial grand, master: George Edgar Corson. provin-| I rial deputy grand master: John Lleyd. Thomas, provincial senior grand war dor; Perry Winslow Weidner. provin-' clal Junior grand warden, William: Otcar Roome. provincial grand secre-| tary; Stirling Kerr, provincial grand j treasurer: Thomas Robert Morrow.! provincial grand sword bearer: Harry, Jones Guthrie.provincial grand banner bearer: William Tayloe Snyder, pro vincial grand chaplain; Allen Bus j!us. provincial flrst grani marischel: George Roscoe Davis, provincial sec ond grand marischel: John Crose Wineman provincial first grand sttw | ard: Rue Fulkerson, provincial second ; srand .?"toward: :Torace Parker Mela rr<>vnclal third steward: John AiearH*.der Lacy. provincial fourth graml steward, and Josepn Totten Paul. i?rc?v.?clal Brand mas ter. POT LET lit ALBANIA. ROME, Oct. 24.?A dispatch from Avlona, Albania, saya the French i aviator, Lieut. Btienne Poulet. was compelled by atmospheric conditions to land at the aviation field ?at I Taviago. near there. He Is attempt- j Ing to fly from Paris to Melboorne, Australia. FREAK CALF KILLED. CHICO. Cal.. Oct. 24?A calf eight weeks old. which had had a lump on its throat since birth, was killed here recently on a local ranch. The ani-j mal's heart was found In the lump ! The calf had never been able to hold its head'straight. M1 rISS MARGARET CARPENTER, nine teen, whose quick wit and courage saved for the First National Bank of Roselle, N. J., upward of $400,000 when burglars entered the bank. ITALIAN PEN? THEN IT DOESN'T WRITE, SAYS POET LON"DON\ Oct. 24.?The Poet d'An i nunzio, dictator of Plume and antago nistic to America and England, was recently present at a reception in Italy where he was asked to sign autograph books, according to Albert DeCourrille, composer and producer of revues. A young lady handed him a foun tain pen. D'Annunzlo examined it. "Tnls Is American," he said hand ing It back. "I won't use It." Another young lady handed him a fountain pen with the remark that It , was made in his own couptry. "An Italian pen, eh," he said. "Then It doesn't write." -r '? National Legislation of the Meat Packing Industry # Will not increase the amount of meat you can buy for a dollar. 2. Will noh raise more animals. 3. Will not produce more meat 4. Will not stop fluctuations in live-stock receipts ^ or prices. 5. Will not increase the output of the packing houses. 6. Will not prevent strikes. 7. Will not reduce transportation charges. 0 8. Will not reduce the retailer's cost of doing business. 9. Will not increase the demand for the cheaper cuts of meat 10. Will not lessen the consumers' demand for ex pensive delivery and credit service. 11. Can not at the same time raise prices paid farmers for live stock, and lower prices paid by consumers for meat Bat the slowing up of efficiency due to cumbersome governmental routine will have the effect of increasing the manufacturing charges between the cost of live stock and the cost of meats, thus forcing lower live-stock prices or higher meat prices. The packing industry as now conducted, is characterized by keen competition, highest efficiency, and unusually low profits. Let ua send you a Swift "Dollar." It will interest you. Address Swift fit Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111. Swift & Company, U. S. A. Washington Local Branch, 10-14 Center Market D. T. Dutrow, Manager THIS SHOWS WHAT BECOMES OF THE AVERAGE DOLLAR RECEIVED BY rSWIFT & COMPANY1 FROM THE SALf or MEAT AND BY WWDOCTS It CENTS IS PAID f0? THE LIVE ANIMAL U N cents roa lam* EX?E?SEI and ntflSMT to* CENTS *cmains WITH SWIFT & COM P AMY AS ????IT GIRL SCOUTS TO BE | LITTLE "MOTHERS" Girl Scouts are to be employed on thp city's playgrounds to care for babies brought to the grounds by their mothers or little brothers or sis ters, as the result of a conference between Mrs. Susie Root Rhodes, di rector of the District's playgrounds, and officials of the Local Girl Scouts Association. Although the girls' financial drive for 10,000 sustaining members begins tomorrow, the girls will not be so busy as to prevent the inauguration of the playgrounds plan at once, and within a few days little Scouts will be seen playing the role of miniature mothers. To obtain a child-nurse merit badge, a Girl Scout must care for a baby an hour n day for a month. She must learn to bathe it. dress it. and darn and patch its clothes. . She must be able to prepare baby food, make poul tices, take temperature, and tcach three kindergarten games... Mrs. Rhodes announced today that^ prospects are excellent for the forma tion of a Girl Scout troop on every white playground In the District within a few weeks. Troops already have been organised at several of the grounds. The playground direc tors are enthusiastic over the plan, and an arrangement has been made whereby these directors will conduct all^of the athletic tests that Girl Scouts must undergo. ROCKVILLE NEWS Montgomery County Chapter of Red Cross Elects Officers At Annual Meeting. ROCKVTLLE, Md., Oct. 24.?With forty members of -the various Red Cross organisations of the county In attendance, the annual meeting of the' Montgomery County Chapter of the Red Cross was held In the courthouse here yesterday afternoon. Mrs. John R. Henderson, vice chairman, pre sided. The following officers were selected: Chairman, Preston B. Ray. of Rockville: vice chairman. Mrs., John R. Henderson, of Rockville; sec retary. Miss Virginia R. Wilson, of Kensington; treasured, W. Russell Brewer, of Rockville; financial man ager, William F. Prettyman, of Rock ville; executive committee, Herbert Diamond. Perrle E. Waters, Mrs. Archibald Small. Fred L Thomas, Mrs. Thomas R. Hall. Mrs. William B. Mobley, Mrs. Millard Wert. Mrs. J. Frank Wilson, Mrs. Leonard I. Hays, the Rev. Jamea /Kirkpatrick. Miss Anna Farquhar, Edwin W. Broome. John R. Lewis, Thomas D. Darby, Wilmer G. Piatt, Dr. George H. Wright, George M. Hunter, Robert B. Peter and Robert Burns. The report of the treasurer showed the chapter to be In exc?llent finan cial condition. .Miss Virginia R. Wil son. Mrs. Joh^ R. Henderson. Miss Martha Poole and William F. Pretty ?an spoke. ) , Accompanied by several friends. Miss Elma Estana Motley and Raleigh Carroll CJhlnn, young Washingtonlans. motored out to Rockville yesterday afternoon and were ivarried by tH> Rev. P. Rowland Wagner, pastor of the Baptist Church Arrangements are being made for a Democratic mass-meeting in Ma sonic Hall, Oaithersbnrg. the evening of October 30. The speakers will in clude E. Brooke Lee, candidate for comptroller; William H. Surratt and Robert E. Kanode. Jr.. of Baltimore city, and Andrew J. Cummings and John A. Garrett,' candidates for the State senate and State's attorney,) re spectively. J At the public wale of Holstein dairy cattle on the farm of Douglas Dia mond. near Gaithersburg, the sixty seven head disposed of brought a total of about $10,000. FORCED TO SLAT SWEETHEART. LONDON, Oct. 24.?Henry Bohle. an ex-soldier, who was wounded four times; has been ordered confined In any asylum because he killed his sweetheart. Bohle was playing with a razor, when he suddenly drew it across the girl's throat. "It was an Irresistible impulse," he explained. "I had no reason to do such a thing." ADVERTISEMENT GET READY FOR'FIU" Keep Your Liver Active, Your System Purified and Free From Colds by Taking Calotabs, the Nausealess Calomel Tablets, that are De lightful, Safe and Sure. Physicians and Druggists are advis ing their friends to keep their systems purified and their organs in perfect working order as a protection against the return of influf nza They know that a clogged up system and a lazy 11v? ? i favcr colds, influenza and serious, complications. To cut short a cold overnight and to prevcm serious complications take one Calotab at bedtime with a swallow af water?that's all. No salts, no nausea, no griping, no sickening after effects. Next morning your cold has vanished, your liver is active, your system is purified and refreshed and .vou are feeling fine with a hf-arty appetite for breakfast. Eat what you please?no danger^ Calotabs are sold only in original sealed packages, price thirty-five cents. Every druggist is authorized to refund your money if you are not perfectJ^_deU?hteil-wMtih-iCalo^abs^^^ jTYQi HORNING ? LOANS On Diamonds, Watches, and Jewelry (South of Highway Bridge) BUSINESS TRANSACTED EXCLC. SIVELV THERE. Take ears at 12th at. and Pr*a?7l vania ave. for tooth rmd of HltfSlTtaF I Bridge, f are each tcy, WELLESLEY GIRLS TO HAVE TRAINING TABLE f ^VEL,L,ESL,EY, Mas? , May 24.?Girl athletes at Wellesley College are to have training table*. Tea. coffee, and?womt of all?candy are for bidden. Nothing but fruit can be eaten ^between meals. The girls must have a cold shower every day and have complete rest for fifteen minutes. The training will be in ef fect for three weeks prior to the fleld day on November 1. All teams par ! tlclpatlng In sports on fleld day must undergo the training course. Ho n't ipesi yoar Liberty Interest. Rrlavest It ia W. S. 8. WALL STREET MARKET. NEW TORK, Oct. 24.?Practically all leading Issues opened higher on the stock market today. United 8tate? Steel opened at 108%, up 4; Retail Stores 1174, up Crucible ^47, ott 2: Lackawanna 90, up 1; Union Pa cific 1244, up V. Baldwin 14*4, up 84: Texas Company, 305 4, un changed, and Bethlehem B 107. up 4 Opening prices were bettered dur ing the flint half hour, Crucible ad vancing 6 points to 254. FAMOUS COOK FEEDS REFTGEES. BUCHAREST, Oct. 24.?Miss Mary Moran, of Boston, formerly manager of the famous "New England Kitch ens" and caterer to more than fifty schools in the Boston district, is in charge of the American Red Croaa food distribution canters Id the L>o brndji region of RumtMi. Mln Uortn ha* divtrbutrd 176.412 ration* in th? past two' month*, and ha* clothed 44,217 men, women, and children. A LBIMX IN BFFiriKNCT. BARABOWICZE. Poland. Oct. 24.? Odd and rads of material and yarn found In bale* of American second hand clothing are being furnished to the orphanage sewing classes hare by the American Rod Croaa. "Thi* 1* a country where nothing I* wasted." ?ays a report from th? American of fleer in charge of the relief work here. "We use even the burlap wrap pings. the twine, and the excelsior. DmI ???-?mi 7 Mr l.ikm J JM Iwtrrrvt. RHItM M I* WTVIT' AOVCKTISCMCNT FRECKLES Hew?r4> But t Tin ilk Cf?tm at atffct before retiring all that i? n*'fuirT Thl? delirhtful ?f* v?nl?hiB| rrnn quickly rtowi a decide*) lmpn>r?i???t or the purrhtx price will b? chr?f fully refunded The direction are atmpla and it coats ao little that any girl or woman can afford R. At all drug and toilet good* counter*. People's Dru* Store* can supply yoo. Let The Hub's Liberal Credit Help You Furnish Your Home ?You'll Save Money Besides piece Walnut Finish or Mahogany Bedroom Suite (Liberal Credit Terms) $89.75 Consisting of a Urge Di Chiffonier and triplicate-air ror Dressing Table to match, fitted with plate ulbrors and a heavy continuous white enamel "SIMMONS Metal Bed. The Suite ?lete on Easy Credit T< $1 a Week Pays for a This Phonograph With the Sapphire Ball Point Fill the home with music this winter You'!' want amusement, and lots of it, during the lonf evenings. Let the Pathephone furnish it?in abun dance. The world's greatest artists are yours to command if there is a Pathephone in your home. Take advantage of the Hub's Liberal Credit and let us send this Pathephone outfit, consisting of c Golden Oak Pathephone and 12 selections (6 rec ords) to your home for $39.75. - A Saturday Special! Piece Chocolate Set High-grade genuine imported Japanese China Chocolate Set, hand decorated in dainty designs. Chocolate pot, top, six cups and six saucers. The "Hub Special" i Sanitary Baby Crib // ;\ A safe and comfortable place for the baby while mother is about ber house hold duties. White enamel finish, covered with gal vanized screen wire. Has four wheeli. Strong, Continuous Post White Enamel Crib Buy Now?Pav Later Mndr with strong flllrra and rontlnuoua pouts, drop side* and apring complrtr. A aprrlnl uadrrsr lllng prlc at $g .95 5to? ??T "v? WX, TOW r Child's High t Chair $0'49 SEVENTH & D STREETS of (?Ur? oak. wltk wa?d ?vat. foot rrat and adlaatahU ttan romfortahle apt a dlr hark Thr/ ^rtrr la aprrtalU far Satarday hrt trr arlrrt anr whilr h?*? thr appartaalty.