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VIRGINIA MILK DEALERS.
CO-OPERATE IN BUYING
A oo-operative buying organization.
as Is proposed - . the Mayiland and
n gina Milk Produ-ers Association in
nnec:!,nn with th.- -ampatgn for better
peP1 ant.tIer m:lk for the con
Is area.: ,iPra-rnn among a
small group o Virginia farmers, it wa
tearrid today The organization in the
Daimnen's Association of Fairfax and
Imsdon cor.':es ard has been doing busl
n-ss for the last sIx months.
A merer of the organization. E I
Rehey, of Herndon, Va.. was in Wash
ing yesterday afternoon conferring with
Jideon C Welliver.
The organizatton is rade up of only
fifty or sixty producers. Mr. Robey
s'ated,. but even this small number. bv
co-operating and buying feed and other
m u'tals, n -a-inad les had been able
ise h -n yLn a in quantity.
. s tated and a Faving approximiatQl
-- -- has 1N-en mall
TEACHERS EXA INED.
Forty Applicant* for Positions in
-7'.-: applhants for positions as n:cht
1cN-1l tea-hers were examined esteria'
-r: a, the Franklin School The
- ixamners consisted of Ernest
-perintendrIt of schools:
head o the denartmont
an-I Miss S E Simons.
jn- eU Englsh in the
- xamineI yesterday wer
i- e tea-hers from
n Board could draw, bit
UPHOLDS CURRENCY VALUE.
-secuti e Order Presents Losses oi
PresIdent Wilson yesterday signed at
rx-cuiv- rrder designed t, preven
Amercan irnorters from suffering ],lo"
-: reasot of the depreciation of cur
r,--:. :- -e na'ion, enzaged in or a.
eed by the Ecropean war.
Ti. ro ner-covm-' that consular offi
-ers may issue certif.,-ates to accompan,
n-_ces on goods consigned to this coun
tr- which will Fhow tire extent to whici
iS foreicn money has depreciated
Not a Bite of
You Drink Water
Says a glaes of hot water and
phosphate prevents llness
and keeps us fit.
J .st as coal, when it burns. leave
behind a certain amount of incombustibl
material in the form cf ashes, so th
food and drink take- day after da
1-aves in thre alment- y canal a certai
amount of indigestibl- material. whic
it not -ompletely eliminated from the syt
tiln each day, becomes food for tU
-:sc - n f acteria which infest ti
tO ls. i-rom this mass of left-ov.
was, toxins and ptomaine-like poisor
are formed and sucked lnto the blood.
M!en and women who can't get feelir
ricbt must begin to take inside bath
Befs-e eating br',akfast each mornin
sir nk a glars of real hot water with
teasnnon. .:of 1mestone phosphate in
t, 0s si out of the thirty feet of bowe
lb.- p-svio-:s -:.y's accumulation of po1
ensa and t.xon. and to keep the enti
ahr-n-.r canal, clean, pure and fres
TWhe wtho are subject to sick hes
acne. c d-I. biliousness, constipatio
others whoS wake up with bad taste. fo
breath. backache. rheumatic stiffness.
ha-e a sour, gassy stomach after meal
:.rc urge.l to get a qiuartor pound.
.Emestone phos; bate from the drug sto
end hegina pra -t.cng moternal sanitatio
Thts w ! ccst very little. but is sufficle:
to one an.- one an enthusiast on ti
R~e--irher inoide bathing is more it
portant than outs:de bathing. hecau
the skin pores do rnot absorb impuriti
into the blood. causing poor health. whi
the bowel pores do. Just as soap al
hot water cleanses. sweeteni and fres
ens tihe skin, so hot water anld lmesto:
hoso - e act on the stomach, liv4
-,- -7.-,: --,KClod
IN P. 0. D. LEGAL FORCE
Important changes in the legal staff of
the Postofflce Department were an
nounced yesterday. Promotions were re
rJved by Hra- Dn!v, Walter E
lKe:lv,. and J B. n.1 Smith. assistants to
Solicitor Wi:!iam H. iamar.
Mr. Dornelly was made bond examiner.
Mr. Kely was naied assistant attorney.
and Mr. Smith horame law clerk. All
three men have een connected with the
mee of tho -l iitor for years.
The .dvancement followed the resig
nation of F'mnt P. Hazard, as bond ex
aminer, to he-qme the assistant of John
Thomson, ident fied with a municipal
bond examination firm In New York City.
Swedish Premier to Resign.
I-nnion. (ct. 1I-A dispatch from
pen en quotes the newspaper Poll
t a s7avInz that Premier liammarak
ld of Sweden. will resign.
ON SALE AT
herever You Go
where about ti*- house
extraheat is neededyou're
, of comfort if you have a
ection Heater. It means
piredness against pudden
nges in the weathet, com
insuranc when the fires
ay to carry as a work.baket.
cheap-inexpensive to buy and
I far less to use than any coal
re's a Perfection driving away
y chill from each of 2,000,000
as today. Ask your dealer.
Use Aladdin Security Oil
-for bebt results
'ANDARD OIL COMPANY
hington.D. C. Charlotte. N C.
a'k a. Charestor.. W Va.
ichmonid. Va. Charleston. S.C.
RAILROADERS TO ARGUE
8-HOUR LAW EFFECT
The possible effect of President Wil
on's eight-hour-day law on railroad pas
senger rates will be discussed informalli
at the annlRI convention of the Ameri
can Asm-latin cf PLsenger Traft!c Of
f-er. which opens here today.
Frank Trumbull. chairman of the honr<
f the Chesapeake and ()hio Railroad
and chairman of the railroad executivem
comm Itt"p. will address the passenger of
ficials Trumbull was a member of th
Committee of railroad Presidents whic
negotiated with President Wilson durin
the threatened railroad strike.
Collins Funeral Today.
Holy requiem mass will he celebrate
at Holy Trinity Church, Georgetown. a
lock today at the funeral service
for Mrs Mary A. Collin., who die
Saturdy. The interment will ha pr
$15 to $20
Suffice it to
and young a
QUETY WOMAN DRIVEN
FROM SCENE OF STR.IKE
yonne Police Deport Mrs. Cram,
Armed with Money for Strikers.
By the Intermational News Serviced
Bayonne. N. J.. Oct. 16-Mrs. J. Ser
sant Cram, of New York, member of
>ciety and wife of the former public
orks commissioner, was prevented to
ay from delivering money and advice
the oil plant strikers here. She ar
ved in her motor car soon after the
pening of a mass meeting of strikers
'om the Standa-rd Oil plants. Chief of
'olice Michael Reilly warned her it
rould be dangerous to enter the strike
Mrs. Cram drove to Socialist headquar
rs. There she obtained for distribution
mong the strikers 310 copies of a Social
it newspaper containing an editorial
riticising the police.
Police stopped the car as it turned to
vard the meeting place. They confiscat
d the papers and advised Mrs. Cram to
eave Bayonne. She left, saying she
rould return tomorrow morning to ad
iress the next mass meeting. Ncarly
.000 strikers attended today's meeting.
A plan was presented under which I
ommittee of seven was to be formed and
riven power to effect a settlement with
he Standard Oil plants. The proposal
was hooted down. A substitute, to ap
point a committee without power to act.
was carried out.
The strikers rejected all suggestions
that they return to work pending negotl
Ltions. None of the plants resumed oper
TWO NEGROES LYNCHED;
MOB CREMATES I )DIES
( By the International News Servlce.5
Paducah. Ky.. (O-t 16.-An infuriated
mo, of more than 'i0n persons stormed
the enunty jail here shortly after noon
today and lynched two, negroes within
two miles of the e-ty. After the bodiec
were cut down they were thrown on a
burning brush heap and eremated. The
lynchings followed a forenoon of ter
ror, during which the mob was practi
cally in control of the city.
One of the iegr.,es. Frank Kinley.
was accused of having attacked Mr
Etta Rose last Fridav night. The mnoi
took him to the hose home. two mi!,
from the city, and she identified him
as her assailant The other negr-.
Jesse Thornhill, was hanged heraus'
he boldly declared that ne would hav'
committed the same crime.
BROOKS' SHOP REMODELED.
"Opening Appreciation Sale" to Be
M Pr-oks has annrouned ths comp
tion of , xtenslve tteratione in the:r
at 1l1* 1.l9 (1, street norhwest. Inc.rease
business necessitaled enlarged iuarter
and the three upper foorF of the adjoin
ing building it 1:C G street were take
over and remodele!
Connecti:: d.rwys w-ere r:t T- :C
and the n-- e-!rbshment iw has
noor space ' w it it e t a ,
The incrias-I !ll'ie maks p i
a larger and more vartld preseration "
I fsshionah' wearing a pare! for wml
than has been p, Ahlie heretofore
In honor of the irlpltiofn .f the a
terti..n Mre lir-.ka h- anneuned n
- prning .Appreciation i - : !
;ld out some choe e
the old and new friends of the
Submarine Runs Aground.
Rear Admiral Caperton. command'r
the Pacfle Fleet, esterday r-lported
tie Navy p-artmtenat !ha the lnit
States suhmarine H-i had r.ru agr -n
in Puget Found dluring a hoavy focg T
sbmarine was reported not to b. h
4ENT STORE, EIGHT
arm Fall ai
tts for Wo
I Misses .
>te no values on these extremely stylish
values), but are willing and anxious
say that no other -store in Washingt
line them-note the quality of rnateria
you'll wonder how we can undersell
ta.-over 3oo of themn-are for women
jts of 14 and 15i. Materials are the in
rFall and Winter wear. Coats In all
are the embodiment of grace and style
- Coats, Fur-trimmed Effects. Tailored
est shoulders, sleeves and cuffs.
I assortment of colors and combination
men who have been accustomed
y'e want to see. We'll save you
Suits are in Fall-weight Serges,
English and Scotch Mixtures; sp
r young men, and the straight cc
we guarante cannot he matche
rAUGHN CLASS SHARES I
MISSION SIGN EXPENSE 1
Following the announcement of the
entral Union Mission that their limited A.
inds would not permit them to keep the
he large electric sign on their roof
urning every night, the Vaughn class of thi
he Calvary Baptist Sunday School has th
greed to pay for the expense of the sign -
or one night each month and have start
d a campaign to get other Sunday
chools of the city to take over the other
The sign is well known to Washington
esidents but is noticed more by theV
own-and-out strangers who wander into
he city. The sign reads, "Jesus the light
If the world."
HIS DAY'S OUTIN
Aunting Trip on a Wet Day Bnings
Once upon a time Charles Mullen,
of Philadelphia, went gunnimg. rt
was a dismal rainy day, and long ex
posure to cold and wet brought on a
severe attack of rheumatism.' He
was confined to his home.
A friends recommended Sloan's
Liniment, citing his own case as evi
dence of its effectiveness. Mullen
bought a bottle and applied it to his
achig limbs. Soon improvement
was noticed and he was able to re
turn to business.
Mr. Mullen writes: "Since that ex
perience I have never been without
Sloan's Liniment in the medicine
chest." You will find it soothes
bruises, sprains. toothache and re
lieves lame back. neuralgia, in fact
all external pains. At all druggists.
25c., Soc and $i.oo a bottle.
1119 R Street N. W.
(orner l'Eth and Willard Street
I -ilfteenth and Iou St.. N. W.
1223 Vermomt Avenu.
121h St. nnd td. Ae. %. W.
4 H St N. E.
2th an. P St.. N. 1.
H STREET AND PENN
Coats (other stores would call them
c have you judge them for yourself.
shows such coats at anything lke our
Is,'the splendid tailoring, the clever new
ither stores as we do.
wering 38 to 46, misses of 16 and 1S
at favored-eties the newseat and most
the new fabrics, mixtureasud plin.
emb~racing Full Flare C. Spr.
Coats. Etc. S' ins the new inrhplce
;also navy~ and black.
o pay $20 or so for the Suit are
clear $5 bill.
ew Cheviots, Cassimreres, Tweeds,
endidly tailored in the pinch-back
at for the more conservative dress
,d -.de1$2 a7nywee..
Court Crier Fifty-six Year.
eorgetown. Del., Oct. 16.-Ftftyasix
rs ago Davis S. Purcell. of George
,n. was appointed ocurt crier for Sus
County by Chief Justice Gilpin and
soclate Judges Houston and Wooten
ille all these are dead and the rest of
court officers of that time. Mr. Fur
l is still attending to his duties and
s week called court with the vigor of
toung man. He Is nearly 80 years old
I Electricity i5 always saf
economical. and you can
day and night.
T Consult us about Elect
Appliances in our showy
14th and C Sts.
n t b. th:. :aeLy
f. $9'6 Capita r
- and ee
th seryI acm of6 fshion c
els. with y all th 'i~e o ce
re. An_ ealeecinw
elsewhere f ~or'ul syl ndg
Amecaropl and Maish ~
newr.- end amartwt ool adpe
lzi.g :suitsl th litasonouchr:
and~erc fouanngarments owle
Sles An ema rly r ti IM
jstr the Tauicre youdes, Cldecur
Seswhr for sequstyl and qt
Silk WIsts B35
n! ssl re duie ofhine
Ameicn opinan-td copish
;r- e pice mdels.c and p
u the iorwne clr
a:-I ie~n t r: afo ll i
S t cTarrved-eil es
Wales. s1iloe dee Cinem
r C~ nI.and
Rat No Match for Squirrels.
vineiand. N J . Olt IC -A pair of gTa7
squirrelF wtri "tn the abandoned f".d
store of Shenberr & - bne ff thip morn
ing and ancr.< -a gnd-zed rvK.
which was b*'- rair A ?'Wht enslued
and one of i, e nirrels Fki; ,ed Pit of
The hud:ng xu-ting'" l'h the rat in
Is teeth T'. er.irret trwe the rat
quick. cean, efective and
count on satisfactorv serice
S e e ' Eeti
om n e a
Phone Main 7260
s-~ fl - - -
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s Values in
eit for you
tmawn'r-et. d.2 'i 4e4u~
Tailored Skirts, $2.98
aknd ,Splendi.d l -0ed A
om n ble-a r:- :f -rge ard N ' -
up to thecmmenit 1
wite Ctr~p 'oede and whC rs