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' GENUINE ASPIRIN "Bayer Cross" on Aspirin like "Sterling" on Silver. "Bayer Tableta of Aaplrln," mark art a?Kb the aafety Bayer Croa?." MB be taken arltbout fear k?rtu?r /OU are ?fettina; th? tru? world famoua Aspirin, pre acri bed by phyai ?lane for over II yt-Kfa. Al-aaty? buy an unbroken pack???* f "Bayer Tablet? uf Aaplrln*' wl.lt t, ?km teina proper direitlona to eafely rallevo Cojda. Ilt?adacl.?, Toothache, Itaraihe, Neuralala, Lumbago, Kht-u tnaUain. Neuritis, Joint Pain?, and Pali, generally Handy tin boxea of twelve tableta o-oat but a few cent?. I>ruggtete also aell Urger "Bayer" package? Aaplrln 1? tl?? trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacldeater of fjaltcyllcacld. * For Irritated Throats ?ak? ? tried and te?t??l remedy?ot? that act? promptly and cflcttivci?? atad ctmtaua? ?jo?p??l?a. Y6u get that reuaoly tty asking toa PISOS THE EAGLE AMERICAN-CHHMESE RESTAURANT 316 Ninth St. N. W. ?a_.it?.?. ? ..??b 4Bc. ut?: imii ? ??peelul lllan.r. SSr up, 5 ?a 8 P.M. ftoaday Winner. 11 A.M. ?o 8 P.M. Special nlln.lloi. ? I ? e it I.. after, theater partie?. Telephone- I ranl.ll,, 7712. BERLIN ENVOYS NAMED TO EUROPEAN CAPITALS I'n.l Stahamer ?Goea to London. Mayer to Parie, and Solf to Tokio. IlERIaIN, Jan. 19.?Appointment of the following German charges d'af faire* waa announced today: At London?Prof. Stahamer. Tokio?Herr Solf, former Oermgn forei'irn secretary. Paria?Herr Mayer, former secre tary Of the lr.-a.~nr> Brussels? Dr. Landaber?;, former Im perial mlnieter. Madrid?Dr. Roaen, former secre tary of state. Rome?Freiherr Von Lucius. Vienna?Herr Von Rosenberg:. Get G?-fof AlAt 1 rashwifln> After yon have giren careful at tention to your toil?**t, and you take up the mirror for a final glance, what a disappointment it is to find that ngly little rash still shows on your iaCe and neck. But there is a ?ray to help over come this rash?the use of Resinol Ointment aided by Resinol Soap. Whether it is a patch of ecsema or just a temporary irritation you can usually rely on the gentle, soothing Resinol treatment to set it right. The mild and healing ingredients of Resinol cannot harm the tender est skin,?they improve it. RESINOL SHAVING STICK laae?eeth Ing it make?, alter ?ha?nn?? lotion? unn RennetfredmcU teU ey all JrmrxirU. V= The next issue of the Telephone Directory goes to press on ? JANUARY 20 The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company ? Rube Goldberg's Boobs By It L GOLDBpna. ?. up?righi. III?. IHL? MA. f*LUP 3UWNfcK OR ?LATER. ?ST Wmkfmmmm ?y Goldberg -OOK AT -T>4?r_x_4? fOO?t Pools <3??*??a t? t??e MOVI e * AT HALr ?A?TfcT *'v t*o Twe evwiMG \'r\ <3oitAttf Home t? t>IM/S-CTX. S_ ?tAU Issivi -TH??XT ?a)*?'??* ?I \"X? &IK-M??, A*sitafiXllO?E, >l _Oe ?-_eVK*> ST?CXC ?r_?AjeR I Ak__ eiojo<? -t-hc V?\ ?SOVIET ??.? A fs.?_G ( CO^Pc=>-?t-r?X-?L?m WAiY "8? k? th-eu* VA*c>K)*r te akst ??e*****? room trosi.be fo??. t???' ????^.? - Xoo'll HANie t? <s?t iNsiLe tH? ?ofe AlOfb ?A-AIT f 7. THi KAiiO V**i<rr*j?*j? ?-iAS Ai_HQST 0\)?1S. ???oh-ex. ooe <_?t i-o-siue AlOO THC OM-**C <**A*RT Op ?T v-oe OK_"^t_Rant*oot_ ^A?& "THE e**4tkM an? h? '" OLC5A, ????? fU**_t> ????? Q?O??iif?_Q ??-te t**?l*4Ki???t TOtfJI-SrtT ?AifeVe <-oiM<o t? THe novies now THef) AU ?LopL ?SOOICR iatek! J ?ME <SL 6 0'CL04_K THE NIXT EVENING RED PERIL NOT SEEN BY PREMIER. CLAIM Winston Churchill Says Lloyd 1 George Underestimates Danger. ? PARIS, Jan. It.?It haa been noised about Paria that the communication regarding the mrnac? of Bolshevism which was recently Issued from the war office at London wu In conse quence of a difference of policy from that advocated by I.loyd Oeorge. The British secretary of war. Win ston Spencer Churchill, has himself told Lloyd ?George that, while he did not know of the Issuance of tho doc ument, ho believed that the premier underestimated the peril ot armed Bolshevism. It has b*?en explained to the prime minister that the war offtce associ ates of Mr. Churchill, knowing how strongly he felt on the subject of Bolshevism, undertook to influence public opinion In the direction of their chief's convictions. If Mr. Churchill's views were ac cepted, the allies would Invade Rus sia for the purpose of destroying Bol shevism in Its home, while Mr. Lloyd George's vletv is that such action would amount to war against Soviet Russia and would only solidify the Russian people. Hence Mr. Lloyd GeWge, on the very day the communication was is sued by the British war office, insist ed upon the supreme codncll partially raising the blockade against Huella, the allied prime ministers Intending to show Indirect acceptance of this changed conditions In Russia by per mitting freo trade In food, clothing, and other nonmilitary commodities without diplomatic relations. NEWSPAPER OFFICE BURNS. BUFFALO. ?, Y., Jan. 19.?The two buildings of the BufTalo Eve ning Times were burned yesterday with a loss of ?500,000. The news paper, of which Norman K. Mack, member of the Democratic national committee. Is publisher, will be Issued temporarily from the plants of two other evening papera. LIKE ELECTRIC BUTTON ON TOES Tells why a corn Is so painful and says cutting makes them grow. mnmmenUnejnOnt .?....?.???...> Press an electric button and you form a contact with a live wir?; which rjirgs thfc bell. When your shoes press against your corn It pushes Its sharp roots down upon a sensitive nerve and you get __ shock of pain. Instead of trimming your corns, which merely make them grow, just step into any drug store and ask for a -quarter of an ounce of Free zot.e. This will cost very little, but Is sufficient to removi! every hard or soft corn or callus from one'? feet. A few drops applied directly upon a tender, aching corn stops the .?oren?-HS Instantly, and ?noon the corn shrivels up so It lifts rieht out, root and all. without pain. This drug never inflames or ever Irri tates the surrounding tiasuo or skin. ^NEU ?RAL y GIA 60 Dose?, ?30 Cents Every Household Should Hare Juniper Tar COUGHS COLDS SORE THROAT ??? a,..i-_*r ralUvaS ?t ?a_,ihl_ liai- ??????1 r*ma)S*f __4 at ???...*??. 300 MUST FACE TRIAL FOR KIDNAPING L W. W.'S Prominent Arizona?? Accused of Forcibly Deporting Agitatore to Stop Strike Trouble. TOMBSTONH, Art?.. Jan. 19.?The largest criminal prosecution ever held on the raclflc and one of the largest in the country, will pass Into a second stage her? this week. It Is the kldr.aping case against approximately 300 prominent Arl gonans, accused of responsibility for the so-called Blsfeee deportations of July 12. 1917. The proceeding;? at Tombstone on Wednesday will consist of a formal arraignment as a preliminary to the trials which -will open probably Feb ruary 2. The defendants are all promlnei.t. The Bisbee deportation? attracted nation-wide attention. On the morning of July 12 over 1.000 altered L W. W. strikers and al leged strike sympathisers were rounded up by a posse of nearly 1,000 men, placed on box cars and de ported. MILLIONAIRE KEPT AGED WIFE FENCED IN HOME Feared She Would "Meet Men," Daughter Says in Petition to Break Will. PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 19?The late Peter O'Neil, millionaire manu facturer of thia city, built a barbed wire fence around his palatial home at Melrose, Pa., fearing; his aged wife "might sneak out and meet men," his daughter declares. Tho daughter. Mrs. Mary Donnelly, In a petition to set aside her father'.; will, filed In orphans' court, al?? ?< ?? forth other alleged peculiarities o? her father. She declares that when her mother went shopping or to clmrch, the chauffeur of tho family automobile was cross-questioned on their return, and made to give min ute details as to how much time she had spent in different placea, the peo ple she had met. Ho aleo employed detectives to watch hi? wife, the daughter says. O'N'ell died nearly a year aro, lead ing an eatate valued at $1,000,000. The millionaire testator, according to the petition, at the time he made his will and codicil, In 1913 and 1917. and for many years before, "was addicted to the excessive use of In toxicating liquors and labored under the hallucination that his wife, an aged woman, always true and dutiful, was unfaithful to him." 'UVE AND NEVER DIE" LEADER BEHIND BARS Chief of Colored Seet Arrested After Year's Search on Larceny Charge. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Jan. 19.? After successfully eluding the police foj- a year, E. AV. Robinson, leader of a colored sect known as the "Live and Never Die," is in jail. He was captured in New York. Kobinson was a fugitivo from Jus tice. He was m ..I? r sentence to State's prison fur grand larceny. In his trial it was shOWB Robinson imposed on the credulity of his fol lowers to such an extent that they would rob houses for him. Ho lived in stylo an<l drove an automobile. MISS WILSON TO GIVE "COMMUNITY WORK" TEA Miss MargAret Wilson will give a tea at the White House this after noon at 4 o'clock to representative Washington men and women to dis cuss plans for the extension of the work of the community center service In the Dlatrlct. Among those who will be received by Miss Wilson are Commissioner I ?on Ih Hrownlow, the Rev. Dr. John A'an Schaick. Jr., Ernest L. Thurston, anil W. H. Westlake. AMERICAN SHIP MACONA FOUNDERS OFF SWEDEN LONDON. Jen. 19.?The American .-'. -'.mer Macona haa struck a rccit .?IT Nl.lingen Light and foundered, re cording to a .li?..? . h to .,i.>>.I. from fjothenburg, Iff ?ri,.n. The Macona was a ve?, ? of .' ::il tons, and was owned by l'.iih-t X Ca. She sal lad from . ?iew A'oi't No ?-ember 24, and wa? Last reported at Rotterdam December 20, prep??ring to iro?eed to ? Open hag??. U. S. MAY PAY FOR ALL STORED RUM Bil? provides for Purchase of 60,000,000 Gallons By Government. Owners of Intoxicating liquor? will b? fully compensated for loases sus tained under the operation of national prohibition. If a plan now being siri ously considered by "dry" leader? in Congress and official? of the Bureau of Internal Ilevenue I? enacted i'.lo | law The proposal was drafted by a I group of the more conservative pn hlbltlonlnts In Congress and submit- [ ted to the revenue department for examination and approval. It pro vide? that all liquors now held _? bonded warehouses, approximately ? 69.000,000 gallons, shall be purchased by the Government. The Government would dispose of the liquor for medicinal, ?clentlfl?. industrial and other legitimato our- [ poses authorized under the prillici- | tion law. Government expert? al ??> would be engaged to make expeii inent? fur the purpose of discovering new use? to which the liquor en?:Id be diverted. It ha? been suggested that the alcoholic beverage? might hi transformed Into fuel for motor?. Payment for the liquor would i> made In Treasury certificates, matur ing only a? the Government could find a legitimate market for Its treni? n dou? ?lock. The author? of the plan now under consideration eatlmsti that from ten to twenty year? would be required to exhaust the supply. The life ft the certificate? would be fixed accordingly. News that ?uch a proposal, has the support of the "dry" leader? came es a great surprise. In explanation, they declare this method of relieving the Government of what Prohibition Commissioner Kramer declare? Is likely to become a "perpetual white elephant" will make for more rigid and more economical enforcement of the "dry" law. It is alao suggested lhat It will eliminate much of :',? dissatisfaction over the demise of John Barleycorn. KARL RENNER RETIRES. BERLIN, Jan. 19.?Dispatches from Vienna ?aid Karl Renner, Hungarian chancellor, had arrived there from Paris and reported that peace negoti ation? with the allied leaders had ended favorably, although all ques tions were not solved. ?) C?Od]? STO Ca?(g(A)0(?)| EASY TO BREAK RIGHT UP D^_? Don't pass your cold to other mem bers of your family. Don't stay stuffed up! Quit blowing end snuf fling! ? dose of "Pape's Cold Com pound" taken every ? two hours until three doses are tak? ? usually breaks up a severe cold ami ends all grippe rail se ry. The very first dose opens your clogged-up nostril? and the air pas sages of the head; ?tops nose run ning; relieves the headache, dullness, fev.erlshness, sneezing, soreness, and stiffness. "Pape's Cold Compound" Is the quickest, surest relief known and costs only a few cents at drug stores. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, no quinine. "TIGER" WILL TRAVEL. PARIH. Jan. 19?M. Clemenceau has declared that he intend? to leave shortly for Egypt for a aojourn of . two month?. FIVE LEGGED COW HAS HUHP | U?h MKMTKH. N. Y. Jan lit? The Ket-healer Abatiulr ?'oiupauy baa a Uve-leggrd, teoKrl-buniped cow an ita I.?nd? Tb? animal, which la full grown, waa ?hipped with ut ber ?a? il? from Michigan. Cuticura Soap ? The Healthy Shelving! Soap ? 4. U. UJ ? ?vmy ?il??-?M m itlWtat ?tug I fmtym Wv* the Clot - X/iheThat! How convenient It <s to enter a da... room und throw it Into brilliance at tli? mere touch of a but ton' And how much more economical to have electricity In vt.ur home to use for llu. Ing, cleaning und ??? ;?: Inn,? Have your home v.\- - ?t for electricity. We can give you prompt und p li able service at very rea sonable rates. Just phone or write for omi? eatlinut.?.?. Davis Eleclric Co 721 llth Street X, W. e I . ..1.1... ???? ?cm d/s ?ou Never Miss* ? y the Water Untila m v^? - TticTfy the Well Goes Dry! Your teeth, one of the most important as well as the [most abused organ of the body. ? A missing or decayed tooth here and there impairs the proper functioning of the entire mouth and causes over work and consequent loosening of the remaining teeth, sometimes causing Pyorrhea. A bridge or plate inserted at the proper time is a sure, Isafe and reliable cure. Adds years to your life and more joy to your pleasures. Lady and Maid in Attendance. 24-Hr. Service. Phone M. S247| CATCHOU $5?$10?$15 WE BSE \rurn Indurtloa. high frrqiirnry rmrrrmt, al tra VMM light. X Ilaj*., alti m ?aide and oxygen. NATURAL Bridge \ Work, $3, $4, $5 Inlrr. hnnc.nlal. Tca-lli ????????) Every Instrument Must Be Sterilized Before Using 437 to 441 7th St. EXPERT IlEXTIST. 18 Yeara Experience. I'raiillon: llrm. inlrir the n:imr| anil iialalre*-a. TTciaai? DAIM8EL LOUGMRAN COMPANV 134T PENNA. AVE. ~7t?nr /oMnOoz/afa Qua//fy ??? c7t'/J?p/ou**/'jxxrf?fc Qxft 10e Jait?mer !?>MS.? m*?**. :*:?*.?:???.?.?__?. f?