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Tke SJaa's Mere?OS-lelal Weather
D. J. Kaufman, Inc.
IM? G?. Ave. eie irta st.
-Exceils from every view
point. If you need eye
glasses see Leese now. Big,
m modern optical company on
M. A. LEESE
SU Ninth Street
'j* 1300 G Si ^
P! ayer-Piano? VictfoU
F-?uiic Musicai Instruments
Oiamonds, Watches, Jewelry
South End of Highway Bridge
Hi .?In??? Tr.'ins.'irtrJ i. s GI U . I > r I ?
Take ears at llth street ?nd
IVnns.l.nnln avenue for aoeth
earn at. lllKh.s t.s llrMcr. Fare Be
1 nipi--t*- formula? ami lnstructwma for makn ?
at 1??wie ?* whiakjr, real berrs, and rlioic?? win?*??.
-iJu>li:ia, making and oicrUiog borne iti I Pre
;iaiad i-j nwn foniierlj in brewing ami distilling
pi?fr?i*. Reul goods no euhstitutea; postoftke
ritn fonnu'aa may h? lawfully r nt throng ?
''*mmia. i*-eot on rerei.-t? of SI.00??he? k. money
?.4?*t. tamh or atampa ? National ProhiiMtinn Art
????un?.? ??ale of liquor formulaa until Jan-iary ]?.
?ALI I.MORE FORMULA COM l'Ai? T.
Peat. -4. BAI.TIMOHF*. M P.
FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD
Seven Cases Reported to
Police ?Amount in Value
?nothing and Jewelry theft* ?mount
ing to ?GG? ?wer? reported to the police
The largest loa? waa reported by
?. Y. Dowel!. *28 New Tork avenue.
northwest, whose home was entered
and S291 worth of Jewelry, clothing
and other personal property ?tolen.
Jewelry and wearing apparel,
valued at 1130, waa stolen from the
room of ,C. W. George, 118 Third
street northwest. Mr?. C. C. Cox.
of the ?ame addrena. told the'polle?
a fr?0 cameo brooch *waa stolen from
Jewelry valued at S00 waa reported
?tolen from Mra Helen Baker, of the
Clothing and Jewelry, valued at $49.
wa? stolen from Mis? Lillian O'Con
nor, 1117 ? ?treet northwest.
Six dozen? of ?ignet ring?, valued
at *?30. were stolen from the ?how
window of Isaac Berkowltx's Jewelry
?tore, in: Seventh atreet northwest
A dark gray ?uit, valued at 12, wa?
stoles from the home of George
Tortero, lilt" Sixth street northwest.
PASTOR SAYS PUBLIC
! OPINION ENDED STRIKE
1 The -great coal ?trike was brought
to an abrupt and peaceful end because
of the powerful public sentiment that
the strike waa fundamentally wrong.
according to the Rev. John Britton
; Clark, pastor of the First Preaby
: terian church, who spoke at the
! weekly luncheon of the City Club.
1 held yesterday afternoon at the club
"The strike Is a thing of the paat
because of the tremendous wave of
sentiment that the injunction against
;the miners was right." said Dr. Clark.
"The court in Issuing the Injunction
! simply gave definite aim to the great
feeling of justice and right that P*r
-vaded the country. Had public sen
timent been opposed to the injunction,
such a quick settlement of Jhe strike
would not have been possible"
! "The Reign of Law" will be the
, subject of an address by Joseph W.
Kolk, former governor of Missouri, at
?the monthly meeting of the City Club
in the ballroom of the New Willard
Hotel at S o'clock tonight.
Headquarters Detective Thomas
Sweeney has recovered from a brief
illness and has returned to work.
Jacob Wolf, of police headquarters,
will leave today fur a pleasure trip
.Misa Mildred Miller. 240? Pennsyl
vania avenue northwest, will leave
for Sterling. Va.? aoortly.
Headquarter.*? Detective Charles
Mullen haa returned from a short
Mrs. C H. l.radley. of Falkstone
Courts, has left to visit her son at
Driver Took Chance
And Iwnrlf?d <?n sidewalk. Hie r?r
evas wrecked. Ko insurance. Oit
at I.ink. Think about it.
Fire. The?*?. Liability. < olll.Uw.
JOHN A. PETTY,
? F. A I. ESTATE A IVSintSCE.
Its ?Jew York Arc. Phot?? Main SIS.
Hour?: ? A.M. ?a ? P.M.
Dr S. ?. Johnston
9th and G St?. N.W. (2d floor)
I'rln?! Hlda. Phowr Mala 1711
Clear Your Skin
While You Sleep
4! i ??p "ti ; ???? 3, ?: ntaeat ? ? 50. Tal<?mm ?.
Sample ?fach Grae of 'Carneara, hupt. B, liitn"
BROAD SCOPE IS
SEEN FOR CLUB
Mr?. Josephu? Daniel? Say? Society
Will Be Great Benefit to
"The -Woman'? City Club at
Washington Is to be a real city
club In everv sens? of the word."
said Mrs. Joaeohus Daniels, who ad
dressed the members laat nicht at
their new club home at ti Jackson
"It ahould be essentially a club
for mothers whose children have
been out of the home for a number
of years, and who need new Inter
ests," she said.
She thinks that the club Is to be
a real Joy to all the member?, and
that the interests should be very
broad la view ofAhe fact that prac
tically all States of the Union will
The meeting last night waa the
last meeting open to visitors. The
meeting next Tuesday night will
be a meeting for members only, in
which officers -will he elected and
by-laws voted on. The large rep
resentation of women and the en
couraging report from Mrs. Oeorge
Eastment of the membership com
mittee were assurances that the
membership drive has been more
thai a success. The anticipated
1,500 members before November It
has already been more than reach
ed, and by the end of th? year a
huge membership is assured.
The house in Jackson place la per
manently open with hostesses In
charge. The tea room will be open
in a short time and club activities
will begin In the near future. In
view of the fact that the dining
ronm will not be equipped for sev
eral weeks, the house at 1700 I
street, formerly under the manage
ment of the Food Administration
Club, will be utilized as a dining
room, and as a home for a limited
number of club members.
Among new members of the club
may be mentioned Mrs. Josephus
Daniels. Mrs. James Carroll Fraser,
Miss Alice Paul, Miss Janet Rich
ards. Mrs. Charles Boughton Wood.
Mrs. Frank Hight. Mrs. Sherman
Ford. Miss Jessie Lambert, Mrs. Roy
MacElvee, Miss Agnes W. Stilt, Dr.
Emma Lootx Krving. Mrs. C. H
Whltaker. Mrs. H. W. Kitchen. Mrs.
Harry B. Birch. Miss Maud Younger.
Miss Nellie Reed. Mrs. John J.
White. Miss Belle Rankln and Mra,
George B. Taylor.
Rep. Upshaw Dedicates
Monument to Soldiers
? signal honor came this week to
Representative William D. 1'pshaw.
of Georgia. Toronto. Ohio, led all
other American cities In completine:
a monument to th*? soldiers of the
world war. Armistice Day was ap
pointed for its unveiling, and the
Georgia Representative was select
ed to deliver th? dedication address.
Representative Frank Murphey,
of Ohio, through whom the Invita
tion was delivered, introduced the
"T am naturally proud that a town
In my own district leads all Ameri
can cities in dedicating a monument
to the American soldiers of the
world war, and It Is a striking illus
tration of th*? fellowship of our re
united country that in a Northern
community that is Republican this
dedication address is to be deliv
ered by a Southern Democrat, who
is the son of a Confederate soldier,
coming from the home State of
Alexander H. Stephens, and who Is
himself, because of his pbyslcal
handicap and his patriotic utter
ance, sometimes called the successor
to Alexander Stephens. Verily the
occasion furnishes a great lesson in
Bicycle Thieves Get
Sentences of 630 Days
Bicycle? may he safer on the streets
of Washington from today on as Ed
ward French, FMwarri J. Winifrey
and Ellsworth Kelly, all colored, who
admitted in the Police Court yester
day to having stolen more than a
half a dozen bicycles, were sentenced
by Judge McMahon to f~0 days In Jail
According to the testimony given
against them they have made It a
business to roam the streets at night
and "spirit away" anything from bi
cycles to automobile tools or second
Assistant Di.strlct Attorney Given
told the court that at least eight
bicycles which were stolen are at
police headquarters waiting for thetr
owners to claim them.
Buy a Pair of
Shoes for Men
Made of Tan Russia and Ganmetal Calf
$ 1 n.oo
AMILY SHOE STORE
SHOES AND HOSIERY
iatetefcfe 310-312 Seventh St. N.W.
PLANES TO DROP
Eckington Body-to Employ
Unique Methods in Its
Drive for Members.
A unique method of advert.?.?? will
be demonstrated when the Eckington
and North Capitol Citisene' Associa
tion. in conjunction with the other
citizen?? organisations of Waahlngton.
will Inaug?rate a drive for X.OD0 new
members. Aeroplane? will drop the
appeal? from the aky. It la tba en
deavor of this association to enroll
1.00? new members In the campaign
beginning -November 22 to December J.
The following committee waa named
to captain the men who will start a
house-to-house canvass: Frank N.
Jervis. C. A. Bowman, W. K. MM
W. J. Ryan, ?**?. c. Carter, J. B. Dex
ter and J. P. Jones.
S. at. Sly, president of the associa
tion, was named as ?pokesman to go
before the Board of Education to pre
sent an appeal for a high school In
the Northeast section of the city.
There Is an ideal site near the Emory
School which could be used for this
purpose, it was ?aid.
There are at least 1.200 pupil? who
could be placed In the ?chool, and by
the time the structure would be com
pleted at least MO more. Thia would
relieve the crowded conditions which
exist In the city's high schools, and
also would bring better results for
the students living In Brookland and
I other sections of the Northeast which
have bad car ?ervice.
Obterr/e Speech Day Anni?*r?ary.
The annual observance of the Lin
coln Gettysburg speech, delivered No
vember 19. 1863, and dedication of the
cemetery at that place will be ob
served all over the country by the
members of the order of Sons of Vet
erans. 0*. s. A-, and the Grand Army
and allied orders are their ?pecial
guests. The William B. Cushlng
Camp, No. :?. Sons of Veterans, will
hold tbe services for Washington this
year, when two members of the United
State? Senate will speak. A program
will be given In the white parlor of
the Ebbltt Hotel at g p. m.
THE TOWN CRIER.
The Barry raras CIMaraa* A.?r>
! elation will meet Friday night In
tlie Methodist Church. Stanton and
brasai road southeast.
Maaleal far ? harrh ef Life aad
Joy at the Playhouse. ISM ? street
I northwest, st 8:15 o'clock tonight.
Mrnin? af tbe Frrmrh Clab la
night at Washington Salon. 1517 ?
? ?treet. Dr. Ellen Spencer Mussey
' will speak.
Veeper ?mire at the T. ?*'. C A?
1333 F street. 4:30 o'clock Saturday
[ afternoon. George Lamsa, of 8yria,
I will speak.
?upper aad Maare by Krallwartb
Citisene' Association tonight. Sup
per 5 to 7:?0 o'clock.
M.-rll.? af tbr Blelee-lral Kerlrty
at Cosmos Club. Madison place.
Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrrtlaai af thr California l?tate
Society at Thomsen Community
?AWtlaa- of ihr ? luir Playera at
[Wllwoa Normal Community Center
Mrrtlaic of ?be ??-?lupina Board
| Athletic Association tomorrow at
'8:15 p. m. at Elks' Club. ?1* H
'Ir, ilnt of **?'er?h I ?ralla? Mate
?Society at Wilson Normal Commun
'ty Center Friday night.
Meeting; af Callforala Mate Asso
ciation at Thomson Sch??ol. Twelfth
and L? street?, 8 o'clock tonight.
Mrrtlag af H ria; at ??mid CltUein'
Association tomorrow at 8 p. m. at
Brightwod Public School Building.
?Irrtlag af tbr \,n Jrrary Mnir
Society at Blue Triangle Houee.
Twentieth arid ? streets northwest.
Saturday. 8 p. m.
Merlins: af Aasrrlraa ?Aar
Mothers tomorrow at 8 p. m. at
Thomson Community Center.
Teat far crasas , numrrelnr? at
Business High School. Ninth and
?Rhode Island avenue, Saturday. 9t30
a. m. to 1:30 p. ni
Aaaaal sarrtlaar af tbr Colaaabla
Association of Baptist Churches at
Fifth Baptist Church. Six-and-a
half and E ?treets southwest. No
vember 17 to 20.
Merlin?! of tbr V. W. H. A. to
night at 8 o'clock at Eleventh and
Meeting of ?br ?rand Army of
Americans tomorrow night. ?
o'clock, in Lincoln Memorial Tem
ple, Eleventh and R streets north
Farty-srvralb aaalveraary cele
bration at Methodist Episcopal
Church, North Carolina avenue,
Eighth and ? street? southeast,
Mertlnar of ?br ro-mmlttrr la
charge of tag day for the Holy Day
Nursery at. Carroll Hall. 924 G
street north-west, at 8 o'clock to
FORECAST FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW.
DUtrtet tri t^irmbia ?nd MgiyUnd: K?ir.
ccrdrr tod??, much colder at night; tomorrow
fair, moderately cold; moderate ?hitting wind?
V?renla: Fair tod?y. precrdi'd b? ?Ivo?*??? In
aoutheast inrtion. cold, much colder at night:
tixnorrow fair, colder in RoittheMt portion: mod
cral* shifting- ?rind? becoming? northwest.
Miilnight,. M; a a. nv. S4 : ? ?. m . 34: 6 a
m>, Si??. ??-. 66: 10 ?? m.. 59: 12 noon. *}
1 p. m., m I P- m., *B; ? |? nv. ?8; 8 P. ?"
13; I? p. m... Cl. High??*., ?; lowest. 64.
Relatia? huniiditj-e a. m , S?: ? P m.. (?; i
p. m-, TJ; rainfall (S p. m to t p. m.1. ?.??*?
hour? of ?ainaiiinr, 0; per cent of *Sa*aw?sl ?un
AcciunouUa-d nco? of temix??t?ir? ?ine? J???
nary L ?It. +?B?; no? of temperatine ?rice
Norembrr 1. Ml, +*; ?ornmnlatral detlcienc?
of predltUtlon ?ino? January 1. 191?. ****
Trmpa-ratura aarna daU laat yaar? Higheat, 61;
Hlghrat nrraio'l? Bale
today, nighi- I pa tall
Aaherille. N. C. 14 M ? ?.?!
AUsntio aty. N. J... ? 64 ? t.W
R.lUmore. Md. ?3 5??????
Bismarck, !t. D?k..... * -X ?
Boston, llaaa. ? ?? - *?. **f
ChicsiD. Ill. XX tt
Cincinnati. Otilo. SS ? ?
flerrliuid. Ohie. 6? ? ?
Utili?. Col. ?4 * 14
I>rtn>it, Uka. S? ?? 2t
VX ??*?. Ta-a. U ? SD
Jarltaja-nii?. ???. ti ?S tt
IJttls hoc*. Art. te 4? ?4
Loa Ann???? CTwl. T? ?> ?
Memphi?. Tenn. .*4 >< <?
Ne? Orlwan?. la. T0 ? **
Nr? York. H. ?. * ?? ? *????
(rauh?. ?*. ? , ? H ??11
I-hornl?. Aris.. 7? ?? ?4
Pitt?burf. ??. ? U S4
PortUno. t*??..,.. ? ** 44
Sali Lai? *3ty, Ou?.. U Xi *>
St. Leu??. Mo. M M -?
San Irt-UM-ljo?. Cbl?.... m ?t u - ..?I
WB?oin?ll>?>, O O..... ?t M ? *.?
' CONTINUED rmOM ???? ?-V-M.
to Washington for a few days before
going to New Tork for th? hors?
show and th? opera. Later they will
go to Palm Beach for the winter,
returning to White Sulphur for
Representstlvs and Mra. W. R.
Stlnness have taken the residence
at th? corner of Tenty-Yirat and R
Mrs. Gordon Jones entertained at
taa yesterday afternoon in honor of
Mra Hubert Reese and Mrs. Tom
L-poney. of Memphis, Tenn. Miss
Nancy Gordon Jones received with her
mother and the guests of honor.
Among those assisting were Mra.
William Nelson Psge, Mrs. Charlea
Oowlea Tucker, Mr*. Adele HlUyer.
Mrs. Archibald Hall. Mrs. Hiram Ir
win. Mr?. Lewis Hayes Watklaa. aad
Miss Charlotte Campbell.
Capt John O. Donaldson, who w?
to have been decorated today at th?
Belmont residence by the Prince or
Wale?, haa been detained in Atlanta
by Illness. He will receive that honor
In New" York on November St
Col. and Mrs. Stephen Bonsai! have
returned to Waahlngton 'and are at
Mrs. Josephus Daniels, wife of the
Secretary of the Navy, made an ad
dress before the Women'? City Club
laat night at its new clubhouse. -.
Mrs. M. Leise Godwin and her
daughter. Miss Leise Godwin, have
given up their apartment at 112*1
? atreet. and gone to New Tork to
Girolamo and St-Ha-? Pellerito. girl (twiual.
Robert ?- and *; l_.+.> ? <?. Wolfa, girl.
Joaeph and Seher?-* Teroin, buy.
Howard J. and Helen Riman?, girl
Frank C. and PaviUne A. Sn>drr, Uit
Samuel aod Mamie Haaenherg. gin!.
Walter W and Roule P. Milt-, bor
Mom? and Bew-e Lewia. girl.
Oarvioe and Mar- < ;re_ua. girt.
Albert ?. and Hrrtle M. Glaacorft. .-??
Harry G- and Mary E. Dickhaiit, girt
Harry and Anna Carpel, boy.
Harold C. and Jettie ?. Srrnonett. boy (taiael.
Walter and Roaie -Scott. girl.
Henry an<! Helen Hail. boy.
Cornelius L. and vir?t? A. ?Vtofc, girl
Edward A- lambert. ?. and Eaidie E Barter.
II. both of thia vity. Re?. ? F Downa
Rydne i~ Johniaon. ?C, and iJicye M. Ander
aon. ?. both o? Sa-ith Hill. Va Rev. A. F.
Eltner F Wine. 3. md l/rttie ? C-nUer. ?.
both of Afton. Va. Km. T. E l>avia.
Je-U-t H. Anderaon. 33. and Edith A OriLaar.
?. belh ot Afton Va. Rer T. E Pavia.
Albert Htrriaoa. 17, of ?nrton. Va.. and
Alice Hartar, 19. thia nt- Rev J. H. Jrffr_?
Daniel ? Hagan. 35. of Riinde la'and, and
Nellie la Manin.-, 2?. of ihn city. Rev. J. M.
Ahvmhaan ?herman, ?. and Annie Goldman,
33. H*h fa' thia city. Rev. M ft. Horuiti.
William Weathy. jr. 31, of Tonk-fe. ? T.
AM Fennec ? Pulaifer
Thnma* f?israer, 36. of Cheater, l'a . and Anni?
Brown, a. of tfena dty. R? Dr. Joaei* Mat
Jamea smith, .tr. and J-wpi'-n- Oofd??i, %t.
hnth of thi* ?*it>. Rer. George H. Harria.
Bertram I?ti-n. St. ami Mary Williame, a,
both of thi" city R-pv Waahington Rohtnaon.
Arthur Dcrarv. _?_. and HeVn Queen, 19. both
of thia citj. Rev. w. Weetray.
Robert M Mat-hall 2S. and Franc-aa ? ?* II.
both of thia citi. Rev. J H Randolph.
Ajsdrew J- Priae. 37 jee/e, Geo Waah toi*
John J. Homyalc. 19, Waiter Reed Hnep-ifal
? Vttiwin? Rirharda. ?8. 717 Lat at. nw.
Virginia ft. Jonee. ef. 147*1 Ceiap?n at. nw.
Patrick Coleman, 83. 9 9th at. ae.
Regina H ?.?l?ding. 90. 31ft L_4h *t. ta,
Etiaeheth Tbwnaend, 21. Si til? ? Hoapital.
Mariah Krait. 63. FVeedmen'a HoarVal
Liquid Air Cold.
Liquid air has a temperature of lv.?
degrees below zero.
TODAY'S BEST ATTRACTION
til WASMIKOTOirS FOREMOST THEATERS
. _ CBAMALL'S F ?. IT TEI TH _..
TODAY ArTD ESTIRE ? K.IK
Please Get Married
Srreen ( laiatr?' -ae** en-Heel llrtwrlaetUpa mt the
Kaaieu? B??> Fare?, Merries
JAME? Al'HHEY ?? --.q-s.1.. ??< ?.-,?.fchl?.
I'aib e Bearle w Telles ef Das?< arrral E-reata
f er art Aata. Mr. "sa aspi.
BEGINNING TODAY. EXCLUSIVE FIRST
RUN OF GERMANY'S OFFICIAL PIC
TURES OF U-BOATS SINKING MER
CHANT SHIPS. TAKEN BY HUN SUB
mm iFUiiiri nwmi? t*tornu tmt met
TODAY. nr.(,l\M>u ?.a? P.M.
Anita Stewart in Htr Kin.dom of Dreami
COMEDY ? ?TRRE-T EVKSTS ? SYMPHONY
?. ? E \\ -
IN _3*/2 HOURS LEAVE''
I roaa tke Isa??? Katartay D.ral?? Peal
Stary by Mary Heber?? ?lark?*.
"TilE COMEDY HIT OK THE YEAH*?
Oi-erture - - - ''Carmen'' fliizctj
I. O E W*s
In "THE ILLUSTRIOUS PRINCE" II
-SCOT) A Y?DOROTHY C?ISH- j
ATTBACTIONS Taalab? a? ??-SO
"\ M ??leni I onardy III?**
lloft-k hy Jrimr?. ??p?-a??????
Irrme Is ? M-.i?.lr?l "Pr-, ??? ? ? Heart"
DAILY f?? SUM.?1? HOL'YS ." ???
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?id Rtllje sot l-.'f*-**!? nut?
TAYLOR t U..1RK
Bule** A Cosan, sil h ?*??*.1? ? ??t??*;
Giuntine A Fruto?; (?luran A ?.? G??????*
Mu-cuente: Duffy A Sweeney ; "Slasj^:
fkammmtf' Tba IU,:*i- *? rt h??* rv
Mile Stones of Good
' - ?*? v^ (Sohle are Gold and Porcelain)
Amid the smouldering years of time Dr. Wright's dental
work stands a monument to the profession. The original
cost may be slightly more, but there is a saying which m
this case is very true?
The Best is Always the Cheapest
(Rifg'l Disease) I
Treated With Ul
tra vicie, u?-1 &U Bridge Sets
$3, $4, $5,
Guaranteed 20 Yrs. 50c tu $1 Guaranteed 20 Years
Most sanitary office in the South.
Every instrument sterilized before using.
The office where the patronage of tomorrow has as great a
value as the patronage of today.
437-439-441 Seventh Street
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Next Mi>n Seti?* S-fUrif
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SUNDAY ?3 MONDAY
ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE!
AND COLORED VIEWS
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Battlefield? of France
No. 30. Dec. :
Alsace-Lorraine.Dec. 7 and I
Today on the Rhine. Dec. 14 & 1!
Vanished Russia. . Dec. 21 and 2)
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Tosi?clu. KiM?HI Mm. T*4ky
MRS. III .MM It. M ?.Kills
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And a Most Notrthlr i statt mt Assist?
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serrano Mr?. A ?rulli Otarra ? ?>?
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