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!;RLN GTOi I.S CIENIE O F SOLEMNIT Contiw'ued frogi Fait Page I out Unknown ldiern who gave their all in laying sure foundations of i ternational commonwealth. Help us to keep cleak the obligations we h4e towards all W9rthy soldiers, living and dlead. that their sacrifices .nd their valor fade not from our memoty. Temper our sorrow, we pray Thte, through the assurance, which camne from the nysetest lips that ever spake words. 'Bleded are they that mou:'-i rot they shAt'! be comforted.' Ie Thou Our comforter. s "Facing the events of the morr:)w, when from- the workbench of the world there will he taken an unti' r task. We ask that Thou wilt accoid eeptional judg.-ont, furedight, * ad tactfulness of approach to those wMii week to bring about a lItter un j s tanding among men and nations, to the end that discord which provol~ts war may diuappear and that the-e Lay be world tranquillity. "liear us. - Lord, a. now, In obedi ence to the call of our President, thee munds througHout the lani the ,.a tiohal Angelus calling to prayer, atnd w we stand with bowed heads and :ev erent hearts irt 'Ptlent thanks for vil uable and valorous nes -and in sta' plication for Divine mercy and blesh ing upon our beloved country;' and upon the nations of the earth; and to Thee Wonderful Counsellor, Might:: I od, Everlasting F"ather. Prince of I oaev, shall be ascribed all glory an I b onor forever. Amen." Hiardy hrA be finished when the Se dear. silvy notes 6(' the bugle 41 sonned "AttenAt~ti' Ip- Th.n a offilnem more profound than all that had gone before settled over Ihe assemblage. It was death-like. Even the dry autumn leaves and the V birds seemed stilled in the trees that stood, sentinel-like, about the circular irlosure. The Marine Band broke up the aw ful stillness at 12:02 by pealing forth IT WIl BL1CK1r Kersey I, I I2 BLACK Evry * And also includ are plenty of snai models in all st Wonder Chi TWO STORES I Open s I U1 Pa. Ave. Eei N YANK CAISSON BE, PASSES It into "Arnerica." The audience stood uncovered and joined in the grand old Au the nusie died away again, See retary of War Weeks stepped for ward: Introduces President. Secretary of War Weeks. introdur ing the President, said: ".\lr. 'resident, distinguished guesas and fellow vitizensm. "We are gathered, not to mourn i pamsing of a gt-eat general or othor coflip(uoumt permon. but an unknow:i soldier of the epus ic, who fo.gt to sustain the great cause for whh he gave his life. Whether he caine from the North, the South, the East, or the West, we do not know. Neither do we know his name, his lineage, 4, any other facts relating to his life or death, bit we do know that he was a SA [DER EY BOTH REGULAR ADSTOUTS O'Coats .75 ~ent of $35.00 ed at this price py young fellows' yles and fabrics. thes Shops I WASHINGTON aturday | .W Cr. 4th' rstil | New York Ave. HERO LA ARING UNKN 4 IMPRESS! typical American who 'responded to him country's call and that he .aoW sleeps with the heroes. "We who are gathered here in such numbers are simply'representatives of all the people of the Untied Status who are here in spirit and whose F-an timents have been more deeply stirrd by this event thtin any in the life .)f our country. These sentiments can only be adequately expressed by une citizen-the ]President of the Uritted States." President Speaks Across Body. As Secretary Weeks finikhed the President stepped up behind the ens ket. A hush fell over the audience. There across the body of America'q nameless dead.' the President voeed the nation's deteranination that this soldier shj.1l not...hbve died in vain: Even the cold marble that formed the archway under which the Preni dent spoke, carried the same message, for chiseled there in letters a foot high were these words: "We here highly resolve that these honored dead shall not have died in vain." The President .pnke rapidly. When he finished a mighty volume of soupo floated out through the portalsic k "Our Father who art in Ilfaeven-A 'ibe Suprep Sacrifice." A hyrtn,'1he ,$upreme Sacrific"4 -was sung by the following quartette from the Metropolitan Opera Com pany of* New Ypkecity: Miss RosM Ponselq Miss jqa4W'(ordon, Morgan Kingadn. and Willl Gustafson. The anthem follows: "0 valiant hearts, who to your glory came Through dust of conflict and through battle-fame; . ranquil you ife, your knightly virtue proved. Your memory pliowed in the land you loved. "Proudly you gathered, rank on rank to war. As who had heard God's message from afar: All you had hoped for. afl you had, you gave To save mankind-yourselves you scorned to save. "Splendid you passed, the great sur render made. Into the light that nevermore shall fade Deep your contentment In that blest abode, Who wait the last clear trumpet-call of God. "Long years ago, 'as earth lay stark and still, Rose a loud cry upon a lonely hill. While in the frailty of our human clay. Christ, our Redeemer, passed the self same way. "Still stands ils cross from that dread hour to this Like some bright star above the darkt abyss: Still through the veil, the victor's pitying eyes Look down to bless our lesser Cal varies. AT ITS BEST IThe strongest comn pliment ever paid to Scott'sFEmulsion is the vain attempts at imitation. Those who take cod-liver oil at its best, take I Scott's Emnalaion- 4 &sS.s.,=Ss--ud M- J. -- AL.SO MAKERS OP-""" SPINK CAPSULEI D 0 RE OWN YANK VE SILENCE l'heto by Carl T. Thonor. "The"e were his servants, in His steps they trod, Following through death the martyr'd none of God: Victor lie rose; victorious too shall rise They who drink lils cup of sacrifice. "0, risen Lord. 0. Shepherd of our dead. Whome Cross ham brought them and whose Staff han led In glorious hope their proud and sor rowing laned Commits her children to Thy gracious hand." Gets Highest Decorations. Silence again settled over those assembled am Secretary tof War Weeks solemnly handed to the Presl dent America's highest deeorations for bravery and valor-the Congres sional medal and the D. S. C. One on each side' of the little ridge that divided the casket lid, the Preside-nt plae"I theni, and then silently stepped back to his neat. Valiant Warriors Give Their Bit. Then, up stepped Lieutenant Gen braiM es. whosejheroic little army f . na retarde4 the German progress' a. Liege 40d Namur. From his own bftcad brepst, he .took Bel gium'e "Croix de Guerre" ani placed it on the coffin. - Thbee.. .waa C t o heels as the 1ian *eneral pped into salute tb %imeria's dena Beatty, who defeated the German fiet at Jutiand. then stepped forward, trim and jaunty in his tight-fittlng blue naval uniform. The prized Vic toria Cross. for which hundreds of men have fought and died. was placed there on the bier of the unknown private soldier. The Earl of (avan. The D Break nut B lunch that wholesomer 192 And Dr. not only te 15$ $ ( also nouris twice the meat. Deli economical Have Dr en - for breakfa ----- will enjoy tastefulnes prepare-n ST WITH Harding's Eulogy To Unkumw Spa.s 5r Ueeras... News b.was. President Hardings eualegy over the body of America's un identified moldier hero today spanned the whole continent. His words were heard as they were uttered in San Francisco, New York, Chicago and hundreds of other cities lined up on a vast expanse of telephone wires. Amplifiers, the development of scientists, made it possible to bring the whole nation to Arling ton National Cemetery, in the Airst great national funeral. Thro ~h 1,000 silent sentinels statione at varying distances oyer the telephone system, the President's addrs, the sounds of the bugle, the voices of sing ers, were carried to every corner of the United State.. VOLSTEAD LAW 0. K. IF HE CAN HAVE LIQUOR A Texas farmer's conception of prohibition and him attitude toward the volstead law are indicated in a letter receiv ed, recently by Congrs man Wuribachof the Ban Antonin district, saying the farmer would be satisfied with the law If It permitted him thin annusl supply: Ten gallons corn whisk'y; 200 gal lone 13 per cent beer; fifty gallons of fruIt brandy, 100 per cent proof; 230 gallons of 15 per cent wine. Wuribach has not laid the proposal before volstead. Canada's Pensions High. Ottawa. OntarIo, Nov. 11. -Canada s annual pension list In respect to thc late war amounts to $30,802l,U03, pay able to 50,287 disabled soldiese and 19,411 dependents, according to a re port just published by the D)epart mient of Soldiers' Civii ?taestal~ih ment. They- include a' owan'ea to 25,413 wives, 34,721 chidren and 178 pare.nts of disability p c.nners and 16,142. children of depende'nt pension era. Up to June 30. 20,126 addiiona. pensioners had acce~ptrdc a final i',ay maent of their claim. which (ct the. government in ala (,;,O52. The total amount paid ouit in pensions up to August 31. last wie S101.41i.:;16. Complete Big Dam. TORONTO, Ontario. Nov. 11.--The big dam at Kenogamisd Luke. near the head of the Mattogami river, has been completed, the finn'~ i-aver if concrete havinx bee'n poured tis week. This dam as caicula&t'd to la--k the water up about thirty iles an raise the level about 10 feet. Officials of the Northern Canada Power t'om pa ny say this 1. adequate provision for ample hydro-electric p owe r throughout the winter, provided the fall does. notiturwyl exceptionally dry. the personal\ rep esntative of the King of Englahd, read the citation. Then followed France with her twin decorations the Medaille Militaire and the Croix de Guerre, bestowed by the band of Marshal Foch, himself, the beloved general issimo of the greatest army the world has ever seen. Italy, Rumania, Czecho-Slovakif, and Poland followed with their high est honors. dicious Food for fast and Lunch dainty crackers generously "with Dr. Schindler's Pea utter make a breakfast or abounds with flavor and iess. Schindler's Peanut Butter is mpting to the palate. It is iing and healthful, and has nutritive value of milk or ghtfully easy to digest and to serve. .Schindler's Peanut Butter st and lunch regularly. You a meal that is chock-full of s and health and is easy to r bother or fuss at all, 0*1fne~a IMPRESS SEES STARMN wORLD, ACKING BIRTH CONTROL English Author Calls Arms Par ley "Childish"-Attacks Ministers and Doctors. By MILDED MORRIS. 1ateSraemin News Nervie. NEW YOtK. Nov. II.-The world it in danger of starving to death un less the great nations take immed late steps in a concerted effort to check the birth rate. J. 0, P. Bland. noted English writer, declared here today. Bland, who is a recognised author ity on the Far East, predicted war between the United Htates and Japan if the Nipponese are forced by the President'x armament conferene" to abandon their program of territorial expansion. Only war can save Japan. he de. clared, unless it secures outlet for the emigration of the murplus popu lation which it cannot feed. The distinguished Englishman. who Is here to attend and address the first American conference on birth control which opened today, de nounced ministers and doctors, de claring them to be the two classes "which were the most vigoro'js in their oppoition to birth control and yet practiced it the most." He declared the program of the Washington arms parley to secure future world peace by limiting arma ments to be "childish." "The one thing most important to the world's peace and welfare-the limitation of population-it will not consider," he said. '*he world is overpopulated and with nearly 70,000,000 'now staring ureat misery and suffering are in store for us all unlesm the intelll.gunt nations unite to reduce the birth rate. $21,000,000 Project. TORONTO. Ontario, Nov. 1I.-The Toronto harbor will, when completed.' be an asset to the harbor commission of $21,000.000. according to Chairman R. Ilome-8mith of the board. Toroztto would then have the finemt harbor on the great lakes, and besides the new harbor, the city would have 900 ncres of new park property at a .'ost of not more than 30c a foot. The cSt of the entire harbor development s=heme i. about $37.000,000, inclu-ling thel Dominion government wor k, which will cost about $10,000,003. A BigS In Store JUST wait their b Jdelightf counting the ing with it t for months!' Surprise y AUTH'S Pui The delicioui these sausage fast-time rei Sc A NOTE-The then fry until the fork, so thi ,WE CERI Br , Ra lDmean Of Franee's Arms Eaveys Premier AuItde Briand eeding the Fruh delegatioM to the ar mament limitatin conferense, was born at Nantes, March 25 1N2. He started lift as a journalist and later took up law. For several years he was serrotary of the French Socialist party. He enter ed politics in 1902, when he was elected deputy of the Loire depart ment, sitting first with the So eialist partyand slowly veering round to th Socialist radical arty, of which he is still a mm He soon showed himself a shrewd politician and an extreme ly able speaker. In 1906 he be came minister of public instruction. He became premier of France for the first time in 1909. Since that time he has hold the office on six different occasions. He has never been overthrown by parliament, preferring to re sign when any u on he sub ted, usually for the good of his country, was not conveniently received by Parliament. In 1919, owing to a shake up in the French election laws, he pre sented himself as a candidate for election in the Loire inferieure de partment, where he was returned with an overwhelming majority. He was called in by President Millerand to form a new cabinet last November and has held the offices of premier and minister of foreign affairs since that time. Chinese Smuggled Into England by Hundreds LIVERPOOL, Nov. It.-The smug gling of Chinese into England on a large scale is just being investigated ly the Liverpool police. In defiance of the aliens art andl a;1 manner of other restrictions, this practice is growingall the time, and the lort authorities seem unable to dipeoer the manner in which they are being hoodwinked. A few arrests lave been made, but the smugglers find the gains so great that they will ingly take the small risks. Poison Gas Sweeps Town Germans Drop Senseless BERLIN. Nov. 1.-The inhabitants of the town of Zetel. near Nurnberg. thought that the end of the world had come when a heavy blast of pois oned air swept the village. causing people to drop senseless in the streets tAnd fields and even in their homes. urprise for Then till the folks see what I' reakfast tomorrow! The ully surprised that they'll hours till morning rolls aro he happiest breakfast they our folks tomorrow, too. -e-Pork Link Sausages for spicing and tender, juicy as will afford a new deligh >asts. >ld by All Leading Grocers nd at Our Market Stands best way to prepare them is to brown. Be careful not to plert it the spicy juices will not escal ~liP~ade In Washington b "MONIES RUSSIAN CATTLE DROP ONE-THIRD IN PAST 6 YEARS People Urged to Eat Fish, Pork and Rabbits In Order to Save Herd. A partial reason for the acute food situation existing in Russia is given by the Ekonomicheskaya Zhiln (Economic Life), a Bolshevist news paper published in Moscow, in a re port received by the United Mtates Ds partment of Commerce. The report discloses the startling bet that the total number of cattle in Russia has decreased one-third Ninoe 1916, the wetit of each animal taken separately has greatly diminished, and the average age of the herds ham changed very msuth. In order to conserve the meat sup. ply and prevent further decline in eat tle numbers the paper proposes that fish, lean pork, rabbits arid birds We dstribu ted to the population In lieu of meat, asserting that the entire atten tion of the government should be confined to the breeding of cattle and fishing. The fishing industry in Russia has also deterioriated amazingly, st ates the same paper, the fish catch for 1920 having been only 177.400 tons, aS compared to 1.113,000 tons in 1110. The paper lays the blame for this enn dition entirely on the gogvornment. charging that the government has discouraged fishing by the peasants by imposing hardships and taxe.q upon the fishing folk, making it practically prohibitive for them ti ply their trade with any hope of profit. For Colds, Grip or Influenza and seaPrietivo. tak- L.axat vs "R( M( QIININE Tablets. The genon. bars tite signature of E. W. Grove. (as ure you get BROMO.) 3 .-AdB. Hoh ,P re got for y'll be ao lie awake und, bring ye enjoyed Give them breakfast. flavor of Sto break parboil first, e them with TRE. PORK LINK N. Auth roviai Co.