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..s Peso. Sp c ignificant f. W. ILAKDUL lreawt' pease proolamadlo >pa way for, the relea.s Doha and ad war, of-, '14ea n. ofwar laws y - gsbae ty today ot e . i t e ineeuitve older. of the Department at .u vtrs eatremelt reticent upon the Attorney Gemer.l' reoin Dabs nw ga a ftf pardon. h fllilN" rightl restored, wasn which gained ground today. It was on pSOocally in high official di ago that Debe would win hi relea after peace was temog otlan y hmuan NEB.ID M.: lP U ItEofDthekn Wag sea eR ph sea h1 tion in tly bring s skin Irritation soothes an the eaneina right up the skin clear and smooth. seldm fall to relieve the, t and disfigurement. SiuE akin trouble should get a Ut rof Mentho-Slulphur from an druggist and urs It like * INIIHII i. 11WI f I IIIU~ has anr Says Charity Begins at Home, But Curiosity Starts at the Keyhole * . JOHN P. MEDBURT. Half of the people *1i the world Theo early bfr estebse the wars are keeping secrets and the othr heesue tho wom Nes ad is s half is try pg tomd o t what they If the b Is op. ar,. - It.a all right to "Stop,~ Look and indemdnus= Llst." but h atte you pick out he. w the right door. s Loti tod tam Chaitygin athome, bt euri-b~a~ ~tO a tot ma turn to rubber. _ ;M ipuae, a,. opn H. may have been a traveling rt ee he .wad whoa a b they io't wo " asooer t 4 a.' m io bte -ethtle mindednee is what makes him tl he.H migfht5hae eesa p are - they'r tn tthe world has to mg - ordes a he over work! e a t bese took btoe. - Aiam peed?,f'th bird t. tatetpt basaiass webad e ddn'tUk. Same people will wonder when, toe ad h limt ~ this article Sias written. a lot of Adam had to oafter be got th them will wonder where it was writ apple. Today we've got to work be. te. but mo them will wonde fore we can sot, them. why it wasw ritten. (copr( ht. 19nt. Premier syndicate. Inc.) osity starts at te keyhole. TWO MEN ARRESTED IN Astronomers h scovered tha LISBON CONSULATE BLAST the moon "ta made of cheese. Now LISBON. Nov. 1.--Two men were they're trying to find the label on it. der arrest here today charged with Th. an the ?em eebmtes complicity in the explosion at the he% Fwu ith fhewrb. American consuIat; last week. Another Where thee bese* there mf arrest was maid by! poie to' 'he im be eroekeru. nilnent. InmulsItIveness ia what causes a Vinegar rubbed over raw meat man to get married and marriage is will keep it fresh and render it what causes a man be get a divorce., more di CASCA RETS 10' For Constipated Bowels -Bilious Liver The , icest cathasticlazative to tonight will empty your bowels 0013 phy.lc your bowel' when you have pletely by morning and you will fee splendid. 'They work while you Colsab lions dl Cascaets never, stir you up Dimegscb Sour tomac or gripe like Salts. Pills, Coloale. Dizzness Sou Stoachor Oil and they cost only ten cents . candy-like Cascarets. One or two a box. Children love C tecarot "too. CTION IN PRI( FED STATES TI 'hUnited States Tire Compa made effective, November ii duction in prices of its full li [ires and Tubes, including Rod d and Fabric Tires for passeni i, andS6Ind and Pneumatic Tii trucks. 'his announcement is macle time to facilitate dealers in ma their plans for nineteen twen he new prices are available public all over the coud pugh the established dealers w die United States Tires. ' STATES TIRE CO! hingtnn Branch. 1303 H Street N. SHWi S"M ILL AD LAO A. F. of L HeadPobits to desat Amount of Work in Germany PolIowing Disarming. Instrad. ct hurting labor, the navy scrapping program presented to ths arms oesteremoe by secretary f.tate Hughes Will be a "help to the work Ingmap in''p.W hy, a uel Gom per.." prTl-m of .the Amerlon Fed eration at' ?A , 4s dctare. inean in tervtew torans Gompeggedessesd a al of the American.pspeial for su limitation Is taken ti.-Indlcate thS*tide American Federation of Labor will not adott course pursued by the D L abor It would result In further unemploy mseat. "The carryinout of Mr. Hughes, IMp that Instead at eg engaged In ia~for the advasomment of do sr .worker will be- da ome thing that Is oaestrpetlw. "It Is a mocro onstructive Job to destroy a battleship than to build one. and I believe than in actu numbers, more men will he employed after this progrm goes "into efect.-4t It Is adopted by the natlons--than are em was said when work on muni tions. shipbuilding, and the making of machines and devices Intended for use In war warfare wad reduced to a min imum in 3ermanr tht there wlould result a verys en crisis. As a matter of. hot there are not 5,OO emplrable i who are. out of work in Ooniesy ae ot" "DISARM' PARKS, IS URGE OF HORACE MCFARLAND CHICAO. NOV. 15AA roposa to "dsaut park i t cities by removing the b nety aof was me . the Akne cars Aea Bth shook ofonrac e vinc preident. In oannal address last Ssugsiss wss' tfered hwed ever, nost s as aid to the dimarni ament conference,. but on the grounds that "oir worn or captured guns add nothing to the beauty of public places." Eart Shookp In Nicaragua. MAXAGA. Mcmrsgem", Nov. 11. Earth shocks at considerable violence have - been egperlaed In several towns In Nicaragua. No damnage re sulted. flIilNUIIIIIIIHhIIIIIIilUII ~E.OF RES nfy )th MnA att Lk ho vIPANY W. By Maril Sueanne /I, PARIs, France. EE-QUARTERS of the joy of a sports event lies in being in the mood for it-and three-quarters of the mood reuits from being appropriately as well as smartly attired. A taillear of slatoloeed serge is suggested by one of the wen-known Frunh couturiers as the correct costume for such an occasion. The standg colla and tight cuffs of self fabric, but the bottom of the coat is finished with a band and rising points of kollnsky, wit uimilar peints repeated above the euffs. The collar is encircled by a bit of cie ribbon, tying In a bow at the front. EQUALLY charming though in different spirit are a coat-blouse and skirt of duvety. The blouse uses this fabric in brown and beige stripes, and is cols , cuffed and banded about the edge with beaver. Brown bone buttons in grou of three at once de~esrat'it and secure It about the waiet and hips. The esectly plah aard eemfortably ilde skirt Is of blege duvetyn. One may top this outfit with a close toque of the beaver. Ireturned against the three en the -round t they hdalowed sheet 100 s of'woo se l mber eave the yasd the u .t ! Passes, which had served thair pass fications in return against Aydeltte alleged that- I Febuar, 130,he received $175 frein Feray.12 the Proceeds of the sale of this wod 19and had deposited the money to his O NLIF e years old and Is survived by widow and one child. Couldn't Stand to Be Barred G+ 1,eiiait Ocan . From Oink, Navy Yard'Offi- a loes bay. b Oii~ Wrte W O. dvaced o babein the follewps o Wrt Wife.ae oga, $17000; $84,000: Florida. $25.000;*ot . e NORFLK., Va., Nov15.-Willisie am $0.000. B. Ayielotte, for many years chief ,lerk to the industrial manager of be Norfolk navy yard, eommitted bde yesterday by shooting him. if through the head with a re- " rolver. Aydelotte kied himself. he ex sained in a note to his, wife. because as could 'n'ot ' bear' the thought of sinag chrded with theft .ai of be ng barredzitom the desk -where he and servsE fer many years. He. de-/u ilared - tBe was inngasat'of theC Ayiettse one of a trio of Iv~ian yard officials against whomn indictments alleging conspiracy to lefraud the Government were re urned Stur1day by a grand jury in he United States district court. The other. were Henry Pile. eani- 7j w n~u atio inspector, and Olver Bright, aptain of the navy yard police. The rial was set for November 25 and i th p.u w 11 were released on $1,000 bail. Joint and separate Indictments .were RHEUMATISM be cetdb announ a the.losed Car .. tadvanced toebanks iitthe fwenty Ueav drugget I4,000:eqFltridaa.-2 w,000 hanItttheotl. farchahsete ar ibeen accepted byl ama a auyBea'this eek wi LRE O ZEVER fromor. e oo somop ana ed t~a A theDpleasureArelDin sedad rel thoeateu rensus htave tm oeouei . the mst we ameer dhrge th e entr aoy wowa. litense d o sa wvr heeathe patfere hr atmo te e Alle r the suroee*fP'L nstrof o rhenatism. deetreto all ieal rIt~hu wvnho fortee ming oe etf ehedmth etferest neweth ede ntwn 'eatrof an res merous rneait Alhv isen assemplshed: s the wo et faleer dies' ad hr he si tuerts andts agnauer .t-s an iteou and wher th pa1n paSepas 3*s amsR Ale, Sh ____eve__erer A re. Ywhoe mu yassufre h the ae ra ais esre e mss' . fet ass wev thre erM, ttnsin - - tUsus R*'s riare rhe e w av is H rCaunp einS t kisn t be ady N , i p a. Mi~rJiw~4bsh tewer not. car albmwhew 8co mmaaab a ' txu @1 tIea-s uueble besem Hte o-see th a the mids' erh of Wit edN as ts, the our I. STE RUT' .FEIGIC c Chupsl'S.at Kalwaua Road (Below Estenth St.) Nordb, 6050. . AUTO SHOW . Have your seen the half a million dollar' WOO) of edomed automobiles on display at the CLOSED CAR SALON? "1 CONVENTION HALL 5th med L Streets N. W. Open 10:30 a. u. to 1:30 P. M. RUPMOBILE H mbieruMag eoameu is knows to be truly Owars will tell you their repair bils are unusually Useicar daler. all know the car command, a prise above ..e average. Sterrett & Fleming Inc. Che..~suplmret at Kalrsa Read. (Bl iee seeQ -N *I ( Nt 5I5F A DILLAC ion of ti.. house" nesane sonnething of a used car. ~er of used cars of standard makes that have s as part payment on type 61 Cadillacs. Dur Ie our exhibit of new cars is being displayed lalon, we shall show the uhed cars on our sales ra are not of the type swhich are p Seed at ridicui eug price., but are a figure that represente their true erma can be araged. nd. When you have purchased a used car >rward to the time when we may again have r you another car, be it new or iqsed. ington Cadillac Company 18-40 Connecticut Avenue .epeAernesn, Frehklu. 3M00.3.0. Keepingr Up With The Ti....?