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NICOLAI LENINE URGES
SOVIETS TO SURRENDER
LONDON, Nov. 2? ? Nichelai I?nine,
Bolshevik premier of Russia, is ad
vising the Soviets that the best
course now la to surrender and then
prepare a vigorous propaganda cam
paign throughout the world, accord
ing to a news agency dispatch from
Stockholm, quoting advlcas received
there from Hslslngfor?.
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The Riddle of the Stain
A water circle oa a ?Ik drea? may ?poil it.
Th? knowledge of one simple fact will tare it
The ?tain of black walnut has baffled men and women for
One __fca___fs knowledge of a chemical reaction solred the
problem for the multitude
Tar st????-th closer than a brother
Its removal require? tttrpentine or chlorofor*m?properly ap
A scorch may be regarded aa beyond the bope of eradication
Dampen it and put it in the sun ?and it may disappear
Paint, mildew, rust, ink, gre??e, fruit stain, coffee, bhang,
?-Almost any calamity that *n_? befall a piece of wearing apparel?
Each ru's its antidote.
A benevolent Uncle Sam has realized that
members of his hundred million household
have worried much over the accidents that
befall its clothes. He has set many scientists
to unraveling the problem of their restoration.
He has evolved a bcok which explains most of
the riddles. It is entitled
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DOPE' BEHIND WALL
Police Firvd Enough ? ? ? and
Chemicals to Wreck Sev
NEW YORK. Nov. 2?.?Search of
other radical headquarters here was
to be undertaken today, following; dis
covery by detectives last night of suf
ficient high explosives to wreck sev
eral city blocks hidden in a wall at
headquarters of the Union of Rucian
Finding- of the explosives, which in
eluded a ten-ounce bottle of ? ? ?
and chemicals, was purely accidental.
as the members of the "bomb squad"
had gone to the building with war
rants for the arrest of several offi
cials of the organization. When the
men were not found. Detective Cor
nelius Brown discovered a hollow ?pot
in the wall Wall paper was torn
away and a small door revealed, be
hind which the materials were found.
Almost a ton of radical literature
was seized, including several hundred
pamphlet. "Bread and Freedom,"
considered the last word tn radicalism
?newly wrapped for distribution
throughout the country. A ledger
containing thousands of names, be
lieved to be the national membership
roll, was confiscated.
Cross examination of Ludwig C. A.
K. Martens, "Bolshevist ambassador"
to America, to determine the activi
ties of the Soviet government In this
eountrv. was to continue before the
Lusk legislative committee today.
Members of the Congressional com
mittee investigating immigration
conditions at Ellis Island were also to
resume their hearings.
Alexander Berkman, anarchist lec
turer here for twenty-five years, is to
be deported, either to Germany,
whence he came to the United States
or to Russia, where he was born, ac
cording to information from the De
partment of Labor It is also inti
mated that Emma Ooldman. his com
panion in preaching violence and
overthrow of Oovernment, will be
sent out of the country.
ARMY PUNES BURN.
PAKTOUL, 111., ???? 2?.~Twelv*
army airplanes and a hangar wen
destroyed by firs at Chanute fiel?!
here yesterdsy as a result of wbat
wa.? believed to have been a gasolin?'
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Ut the Wedding Bells Ring Out
By ?JEAN KNOTT.
KING OF ITALY NAY QUIT
THRONE FOR QUIET UFE
Duke d'Aosta, Cousin With a Royal
Presence, Regarded as
NEW YORK, Nov. ae.?The repon
is current in court circles that tha
Kin? of Italy, is desirous of abdicat
ing, says a copyrighted dispatch from
Home to the New York World. Re
cent political events, the growing
strength of the extremists, combine-i
with the entire royal family's wish
to lead a quiet country life, all con
tribute to this desire. Prince Umbeno
evinces no ambition to undertake the
burdens and responsibilities of king
On the other hand, the King's
cousin, the Duke d'Aosta, who par?
ried a Bourbon princes*?, is reporte-1
willing to step into the King's shoe*.
He has a kingly presence and repr??
sents the Ideals and aspirations of
the monarchical portion of the country
which, despite the extreme sociali?
victory at the elections, form tbe nu
Jority of the population.
Recently the duke had a prolonged
interview with Premier Nitti that
caused much speculation. Last sum
mer Gabriele d Annunzio declared that
if the Soviet party became menacing
ne would enter Rome, raise a volun
teer army and put the duke on the
Although there is much prematu-e
talk, the fact remains that the King
i8 thoroughly tired of his trying pott.
POISON GAS HUMANE,
SAYS GENERAL IRELAND
Surgeo.?*? General'-* Report Based
On Analysis of American
Casualties in France.
Poison pas Is "one of the most
humane weapons of war," according
to a report by Sur-reon Genreral Ire
land, based on analysis of American
casualties in France made public to
day. While 74,779 of the 274,217 battle
ca-?ualties resulfd from enemy gas,
the result says, the number of deaths
was "very small"
Gas caused 27.3 per cent of all
casualties, It Is found, "accomplishing
the prime object of all weapons of
war, which is to put men out of ac
tion," but there wero only 1.87 per
cent of deaths in gas cases as com
pared with "3.4 per cent from shell or
"In other words, based on statistics,"
the report said, "the claim ia advanced
that a man gassed has twelve times
aa many chances of recovery aa the
man put out of action by other
POLLYAN?A IS OUTDONE
BY CRIPPLED SOLDIER
Blind and Handles??, Tommy Delivers
Sermon on Attaining
LONDON. Nov. UC.?Sergeant Nich
olle, of the Durham Light Infantry,
who is blind, has lost his hands and
two ribs and. through a mistake of
a friend, received several hundred
minute wounds in an accident at the
front, recently preached a sermon on
"How to Attain Happiness."
He said he was determined to live
and had not yet had a fit of depres
sion. He found happiness in trying
to help others less fortunate than
GLASS PROPOSED FOR
Senator McCormick, Republican, of
Illinois, will ask that Carter Glass
and Senator Kenyon, of Iowa, be
made members of the Senate Budget
Committe<-, of which he is chairman,
when Glass takes his seat in the Sen
Glass is in favor mt a budget of the
?nature to be proposed by Senator
McCormick, and Senator Kenyon is a
national budget advocate. The bud
get committee will I, e ready to report
a bill when Congre*? convenes Mon
REDS AT ELUS ISLAND
GO ON HUNGER STRIKE
Aliens Watting Deportation Want
Screen Separating Them
From Visitors Removed.
NEW YORK, Nov. 2??Sixty-eight
alien "Reds" awaiting deportation at
Ellis Island have gone on a hunger
strike?their third In two months.
They want the wire screen which
separates them from the visitors to
the Island removed, and their leaders
declared that not a mouthful of food
would be eaten until the authorities
grant their request.
All but seven of the seventy aliens
who have been convicted of offenses
against the Government have refused
to appear before the Congressional
committee which is investigating the
Members of the Congressional com
mittee advocated the sending of
troops to Ellis Island to guard dan
gerous "R-?ds" thirteen of whom have
escaped In recent months. Congress
man Wl?on of Texas and Congress
man Sigel of New York. exprci.a??d
amaze m ?it at the slipshod ?ans:, r !n
which dangerous ??liens have D-cn j
handled at the island.
BAN ON HIS BEER
RESULTS IN DEATH
Business Man Unable to Digest
Corned Beef and Cabbage
NEW YORK, Nov. 2C?Oornrd beef
and cabbage without his customary
bottle of beer to aid in digesting it
caused the death of Maitland Gorgon
a business man it was stated today by
Dr. John Reiglcman, Bronx medical
"For years ? said Dr. Relgleman,
Corson dined on corned beef and cab
bage and a bottle of beer. The small
amount of alcohol in the beer aided
digestion. I?s night he ate his
usual corned beef and cabbage, but
couldn't digest it properly. He took
milk for relief and his death ensued."
HOP BECAUSE HEAT IS CUT.
F. H. Parr has filed suit in the
District Supreme Court against Jim
and I'. Stathis, owners of The Busy
Bee. a restaurant at 618 Nineteenth
street northwest, for $5,000 dam
ages. Barr, represented by Attorn?-y
L. G. Grossman, alleges the defend
ants agreed to furnish hot water
and heat, but on November 18 last
disconnected the supply pipes.
HOW TO GET RID
OF YOUR COLD
The quick way is to use Dr.
King's New Discovery.
DON'T put ft? until tonight what
you can do today. Step into
your druggist's, and buy a
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery.
Start taking it at once. By the time i
you reach home you'll be on the way ?
Tiiis standard family friend has1
been breaking colds, coughs, grippe
a?acata, and croup for more thun :
fifty years. It's used wherever sur?-- |
fire relief is appreciated. Children :
and grownup alike can use it?there |
is no disagreeable after-effect. Your
druggist has it. COc and $1.20
Bowels Begging for Help
Torpid liver pleading for assist
ance? How careless te neglect these
things when Pr. King's New Life
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leaving the system uncleaned, clog. '
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ness of regular normal bowel and
liver functioning. Keep feiling fit.
doing the work of ? man or v.omnn
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DESPITE IH PRICE AT NEXT SESSION
Sell at 58 and 60 Cents a : Sentiment Stronger Than Lead
Pound Now, and May
ere Foresaw?Early Vote
Washington will celebrate Thanks
E-ivlng this year In a fashion that de
les parallel, and If th? markets of
the city are a tru? barometer, the
festive spirit will be rampant.
Turkeys, ducks, gees? and porkers
iave sold In quantities far beyond
?he memory of the "oldest inhabi
ant," and there has been an unusual
lemand for the attendant delicacies
if the season, according to market
keepers at the Center Market,
Today the price of turkey* took s
-narked Jump, and at some places the
'resh farm fowl were selling at IS
ind 60 cents the pound, while cold
itorage birds were commanding
srices ranging from it to 66 cents
rhese prices are the highest ever
-aid for turkeys. It was said.
Pleaty ?f Everrlklae.
All the markets afford an abund
mce of specialties, such as fresh and
prepared pumpkin, squash, apples.
>ranges, bananas, grapefruit, sweet
potatoes, plumb puddings and fruit
Herewith is a scale of prices, and
? each Instance the minimum price
rmlt cake, Sie per lb.
Plum pudding-, ?4c p?r lb.
(banned pumpkin. 10c per can.
Mincemeat. 18c per lb.
Nuts (mlxf-d), 40c per lb.
Walnuts. 45c per lb.
Apples, 13 60 per bo?
Apples, Zie per peck
Ormpe fruit (four) lie
California arapes. Ite per lb.
Irish potato?-?, t>0c per peek
Tra ? berries, 16c per lb.
Butter, 76-IOc per lb.
Hrnoked hum, 32-JSc per lb
Choice baby porkers, 4S-C0c per Im.
(tweet potai?*??. ?Oc per peek.
All market stands seemed to have
in abundance of everything and no
?here could there be found evidence
}f any shortage, although heavy sales
In some quarters It was free*ty pre
Jicted that turkeys might go to the
55-cent mark and even higher before
nightfall, the old bogey ''supply and
jemand" being blamed for any such
?xhorbitant prices. At the Psrk View
Community store turkeys were selling
this morning at 50 cents the pound.
A fresh shipment was received yes
terday from Virginia and another
shipment is expected today from
farms In Maryland. It was said that
the price of today's shipment might
reach 05 cents.
NEGRoTlRL B?N?T? PLAY.
One hundred colored girls, mem
bers of the Willis Female Brass Band,
will furnish music at th? negro con
vention to be held at the National,
Cosmopolitan Baptist Chueh Sunday
evening at ? o'clock, according to the
Rev. Dr. Simon I'. VV". Drew, president
of the White Cro.->e Dabor Federation
Bureau o? America, ar.d pastor of the
Legislation to aid the retur-Bt- ?arr
ie*? men probably will ha?/? a pro?I
cnt place on the calendar of the raru
'?tr session of Congreaa opening next
Sentiment for an additional bonus is
stronger among the rank and file of
the membership than leaders expected,
and it is virtually certain that early
in the session a chance will be given
to vote on such a proposition
All such legislation was d'layed ?**_?
ti. some expression of opinion wa*
obtained from the American Legion
An additional bonus wa* favcred by
this body, but no amount was named,
and those in Congress urging; such a
rlan believe the legion desires the
bonus to be commensurate with Use
finances of the country The fact that
I: will mean an lncreaae of the na
tie nal debt Is one of the main draw
Congreaaional leadera. who ar? look
ing to the legion for advice on
whether pasaage of the Mond?): land
bill is desired, still are In doubt over
the measure. Objection* are made to
i? on the ground that the service men
do not want to go on arid and swamp
lands, far away from their hornea.
which will require rear? to he
. LINER GOES AGROUND.
DOVIER. Enr?and. Nov. 26-?A large
vessel, believed to be a liner, went
ashore today upon Goodwin Banda
Tugs were rushed to her aaalstanee.
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Another Year For Which
To Be Thankful
The past year with all its trials and troubles, is one for
which we can return fervent thanks on the morrow.
It is true the twelve months have been ftlled with the solv
ing of reconstruction problems which, at times, appeared to shake
the foundation of our social, commercial and industrial life,
But, thanks to the strong men and women, backed up by the
great American public, these difficulties are being smoothed out
in a way that will make our lives infinitely more happy in the fu
ture than ever before.
So, on the morrow, let us do more than return thank?. Let
us rededicate our lives to the ideals for which America stands in
time of peace as well as in time of war. Let us resolve that we
shall exert all our physical, financial and moral powers to the
solution of those remaining problems that must be settled ere
We return to our normal lives.
This store, with abiding faith in you and in those who direct
the affairs of state, pledges its support in every movement that has
to do with the betterment of the nation's home, citv, and national
And we would again express our gratitude for your favors
during the sixty years of our existence.
TRB STORi OF GREAT**
420*430 Seventh St. Th\ ? a* ti ?a $lh SL