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! Don't blast your Liver and
Bowels, but take
Tou men and women who can't
get feeling right?who have head
ache, coated tongue, bad taste and
foul breath, dizziness, can't sleep,
are bilious, nervous and upset, both
ered with a sick, gassy, disordered
stomach and colds.
Are you keeping your liver and
bowels clean with Cascarete, or
?hocking your insldes every few days
with Calomel. Salts, Oil and violent
Cascarets work while you sleep:
they cleanse the stomach, remove
food and foul gases; take the ex
cess bile from the liver and carry
out of the system all thl? constipat
ed waste matter and poison in the
bowels. Cascarete never gripe, sick
on or cause inconvenience and Cas
-arets cost so little too.
Try MakinaYottT Own
Ts* eats sav? sbs-l tt. snd hava
a SiC*si iiiaiily than th? -??di
If y->u combined the curative proper
t es ot every known "ready-made''
cough rem**dy, you probably eould not
get as maca real curative power as
there is ia this simple home-made
congb. syrup, which is easily prepared
ia a few minutes.
Get from any druggist 2l_ ottnet-s of
Pinex, pour it into a pint bottle and
flQ the bottle with syrup, using either
plain granulated sugar syrup, clarified
moLaasea, honey, or corn eyrt-p. as d?
sirai. The result is a rail pint of
really better cough syrup than vou
4*ould buy readv-made for three time?
toe money. Tastes pleasant snd never
Thus Pid?ex and Srnin preparation
right at the cause ot a rough and
? almost immediate relief. It loos
the phlejhn. stop? the nasty throat
Uekle and heals the sore, irritated
membrane*? to gently and easily that
it is really aetonish?ri*
A dar? une will usually overcome
the ordinary eough and for bronchiti?,
croup, hoarseaeas and bronchial asthma,
there is nothing better.
Pinex is a most valuable concen
trated compound of genuine Norway
piae extract, and has been used for
generations to break up severe coughs.
To avoid tliaappointment, ask vour
druggist for **_V_ ounces of Pinex"
with full direct ions, and don't accept
anything else. Guaranteed to give ab
solute satisfaction or monev promptly
refunded. The Pinex Co., Pt. Wsyne,
Sp-saal Sale, guar- (fr ?I "I 7P
mt4*-ed 20 years.ftlsl?J
Quality Jewelry Co.
438 9th St N. W.
Don't Forget to Order For Thanksgiving
Golden & Company
Will announce their opening in a few days wtih a full
line of the largest assortment of standard cars carried by
any firm in Washington.
They are now arriving by carloads
MANY MAKES MANY MODELS
The most important announcement ever made in Wash
ington's automotive field.
LOOK FOR IT
_ HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY
Charity Ball Tonight at Willard To Be Gala Event?Washington Society
Well Represented at Service Football Game
THE Secretary of State and Mrs. ?
I?nslng will give a reception
tomorrow afternoon at 4:30
o'clock for the officials of the State
Department and their wives, Mrs. A.
M I'"alles, of Auburn. N. Y., daughter
of Mrs. John W. Foster and sister of
Mrs I?naing?. is their guest until
after Thanksgiving Day.
The Secretary of the Navy has
joined Mrs. Daniels and their family
at their home on Wyoming* avenue
after a trip to Detroit and other
pointa in the Weat, returning to
Washington by way of New York.
Mrs. Newton D. Baker, wife of the
Secretary of War. will accompany the
Secretary when he satis on Sunday
from New York for Colon to formally
open the Panama Canal to the com
merce of the world. General Peyton
C. March, Chief of Staff. L". S. A, and
Senator George K. Chamberlain will
also be members of the party, which
will take passage on the transport
Before sailing Secretary and Mra.
Baker will attend the Army and Navy
gam? in New York, and will have their
young son, Jack Baker, with them.
The apecial mission from Gut
mala In Waahington at present went
to Annapolis today on a apecial car,
and will visit the Academy and b?3
guests at luncheon of Admiral Scales.
Assistant Secretary of State Breck
inridge Long, who left the city a
few days ago to attend the funeral
of his mother, has returned to Wash
The Danish delegates to the inter
national labor conference were enter
tained at dinner last ntght at the
Willard Hotel by the minister from
Denmark. Constantin Brun, and the
members of the Danish legation. Din
ner was served in the diplomatic
suite and the Danish colors were used
as decoration. There were about twen
ty-five guests present and dancing
followed later. ,
A charming addition to this aeason'a
circle of debutantes will be the young
daughter of the new Italian Ambas
eador and Baroness Avezzano, who
arrived in New York "with her parents
Prince Alitata di Montereale e Di
Villafranca, charge d'affaires of Italy,
went to New York to meet the Am
bassador Avezzano. They -?Vl) 1 occupy
the Thomas Nelson Page residence,
formerly leased by Count di Cellere,
the late Italian Ambassador.
The officials of the Bureau of Oper
ations of the United States Shipping
Board gave a farewell dinner last
night at the Shoreham Hotel to J. H.
Rosaiter. the retiring director, who
will leave soon for his home, in Cali
fornia. The guests numbered 100
and included seven repreaentatlves of
the Shipping Board from all parts of
the country. They were John Quinn.
of Boston: H. L?. McDonald, of Cleve
land, Capt. F. E. Ferrie, of New York;
Capt. Joseph Gapley, of Philadelphia;
W. W. Tingle, of Baltimore; E. E.
Palen. of Norfolk, and M. P. Billups.
of New Orleans.
Major J. E. Cuehing, the newly ap
pointed director, acted as- host and
The decorations in the ballroom,
where the banquet took place, were
the house flags of the varioua steam
ship Companys, which were given by
each company for the occasion. Each'
steamship company also sent a per
MRS. ADOLPH CASPAR ??___,
Who is captain of the Instruc
tive Visiting Nureea Society, will
sell taga at the New Washington
on Saturday. The committee In
cludes Mrs. Franklin K. Lane,
Mrs. David Houston, Mrs. Louis
Brownlow, and Miss Mary Gwynn.
sonai leter of appreciation to Mr.
Roesiter for his work with the Ship
ping Board for the past fourteen
Jan Garrigao Mazaryk. son of
Thomas G. Mazaryk. President of the
Ozecho-Slovak republic, has arrived
in New York, and is expected In this
city in a few days. He has been ap
pointed secretary of the Csecho-Sle
vak legation here and will serve as
charge d'affaires pending the arrival
of Mr Stepenak, minister of the new
Barton Hall, secretary of the
American legation at Athene, Greece,
will sail for New York on Saturday.
Kpl-M?????-? ? HO?pit? Bait
Mrs. Niblack, wife of Admiral Nib
lack; Mrs. Barnett, wife of the com
mandant of the marine corps; Mrs.
Henry F. Dimock, William Eric Fowl
er, Miss Maxwell Church and Lieut.
Comdr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reifsnlder
are among those who will give dinner
parties tonight, taking their guests
later to the ball at the New Willard
for the benefit of the Episcopal Eye,
Ear and Throat Hospital. Mrs. Wat
son Freeman Clark, president, and
Mrs. David Meade Lea, vice president
of the board of lady managers, will
receive, introductions being made by!
Comdr. Charles Theodore Jewell,;
chairman of the floor committee. The
box holders, most of whom will en
tertain parties of guests, are Mrs.
Charles Boughton Wood, Mrs, Thomas
Chatard. Mrs. Joseph E. Thropp. Mrs.
Emerson H. Liecum. Mrs. Edward J.
Stellwagen. Mrs. F. B. Moran and
William Eric Fowler.
Mrs. Richardson Clover has taken a
box for the Navy Relief Ball at the
New Willard on Thanksgiving night,
which will be occupied by boys from
Walter Reed Hospital during the
Armas Herman Saastamoinen, min
ister from Finland to this country.
was host at dinner last night at the
Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins will be
hostess at dinner this evening.
Mrs. Elkins entertained at dinner
last night In honor of his eminence
Cardinal Gibbons. This is an annual
compliment paid the Cardinal by Mrs.
Elkins since the early days of
the late Senator Elkins' resi
dence in Washington. The dinner was
?erved at 7 o'clock, as is the custom
of the cardinal, which Is strictly ob
served by hostesses. Among the
guests were the French Ambassador
and Mme. Jusserand, the Secretary of
State and Mrs. Lansing, the Chief Jus
tice and Mrs. White, th* Princess Can
tacusene, formerly Miss Julia Grant,
and Mgr. Thomas S. I?e.
Maj. Gen. Merrltte W. Ireland and
Mrs. Ireland have taken an apartment
at the Wyoming. Mrs. Ireland will be
at home on Saturday afternoons dur
ing the season.
Miss Margaret Crossman. the debu
tante daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Henry
J. Crosson, was the honor guest at
a luncheon given yesterday by Miss
Florence Mills and Miss Eleanor Mill?
at the Grafton. The guests Included
Miss Helen Wrltght. Miss Mildred
Wright. Miss Ruth Donaldson, Miss
Betty Koones, Miss Marion Drain, Miss
Elsie SutcllfTe, Miss Virginia McKen
ney. Miss Myra Morgan. Miss Daviette
Ficklen and Miss Katherine Smythe.
Mrs. William Miller Graham and
Miss G?raldine Miller Graham, who
spent a week in Washington during
the visit of the Prince of Wales, will
leave New Tork tomorrow to return
to their home 1b Santa Barbara, Cal.
Miss Prances Hampson and Miss
Betty Grove will leave today for Wil
mington and New York, respectively.
Miss Grove will be the guest In New
York of Miss Thelma House, and
will remain for the Army and Navy
Congressman and Mrs. William B.
Bankhead and Miss Jeanne Bank
head left for New York today for a
short visit and to attend the Army
Navy football game. Miss Bankhead
will spend some time in New York
visiting friends and relatives.
This winter, the group of the Al
liance Fran?aise of Washington, will
welcome again the French Ambassa
dor and Madame Jusserand at the
The series of lectures will begin
next Monday, December 1, at 4:30
o clock at the Washington Club.
The lecturer, Monsieur Andre Alllx,
who haa just landed in New ????,
is profeaaor at Lyon, His subject
will be "Ce que la France doit achter,
ce qu'elle peut vendre, ce qu'elle
During the war. Monsieur Alllx haa
worked in military hospital?. Whll??
in America, he will lecture before tne
different groups of the Alliance Fran
Will Give Ban at Willard.
A ball will be given at the Willard
on January 5 for the benefit of the
Episcopal Home for Children. Effing
ham Lawrence Townsend Is chair
man of the men's floor committee.
The French Club of the Washing
ton Salon will hold its Thanksgiving
celebratioa tomorrow evening at tl??
club's headquarters in the McLean
Building. 1517 H street. George
Julian Zolnay, the well-known sculp
tor and president of the Washington
Society of Artists, will be the guest
of honor and will give a talk on "The
Relation Between Artist and Lay
man." A program of songs, instru
mental selections, solo dances and
recitation? will be presented by Miss
Ines Sexton, Miss Rosalie. Allen, Miss
Agnes Violet Wilson. Mis? Msdge
Kanode and Miss Helen Barnes.
There will be dancing and refresh
ments. A brief business session will
precede the soiree at which Mr. de
Zapp, president of the club, will make
The Robert E. Lee Chapter No. 044,
T'nited Daughters of the Confederacy,
will give its regular monthly dance at
the New Willard on Friday even
ing. This is the second dance
of the season and is expected
to be one of the largest. Mrs. Jesse
Lee Webb will head the committee in
charge of the program. The floor
committee appointed for the first
dance will officiate throughout the
'season. These dances are very at- '
tractive and every effort is made by
the president, Mrs. Walter E. Hutton,
and her committees to make them en
The regular meeting of Robert E.
Lee Chapter will be held at Confed
erate Memorial Home, 1S22 Vermont
avenue, tomorrow evening at eight
o'clock. After the business meeting
the chapter will be addressed by
Lucien C. Upshaw of Georgia, and a
musical program will follow. All
members are requested to attend as
there will be quite a number of new
members to welcome Into tbe chapter.
Mrs. Joseph Leiter is chairman of
the ball committee for the annua?
dance for the benefit of the Children's
Country Home, which will as usual
be given on Christmas night. Mrs.
Clarke Waggaman, who is president
of tbe organisation, is in Atlantic
City for a tsn-day visit, but will re
turn in time to aid in the prepara
tions for the ball.
Westterm Maryland Lanebe-sa?
The alumni of Western Maryland
College are to lunch together, on
Fridays, at 1 o'clock at the Mon
mouth Hotel. 1S19 O street.
The first luncheon will be given
this Friday, when It is anticipated
a great number of the alumni and
those Interested In Western Maryland
Collego will be present.
The first program of the Blue Tri
angle Players will be presented In
honor of the boys and nurses of the
Walter Reed Hospital at the Red
Cross Hut at 3 o'clock tomorrow
The program consists of a play,
"Sailors' Sunshine," a farce in one
act; a special dance number, and
Thanksgiving melodies by the Glee
A repetition of this program at 7
o'clock will be given after dinner on
Thanksgiving evening at the Blue
Triangle Recreation Center, Twen
tieth and ? streets.
A wedding of interest in Baltimore
and Washington, which took place
yesterday, was that of Mies Mary Au
gusta Macatee, of Front Royal, Va.,
and C. Baltimore Calvert, eon of Mrs.
Charlea Baltimore Calvert, of Mac
Alpine, Prince George's county. Md.
The ceremony was performed in the
home of the bride's mother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Olm
stead. at Front Royal, Va., the child
hood home of the bride, the Rev. J.
W. Wsbster officiating. The bride
was given in marriage by her oldest
brother, Charles A. Macatee, Jr., of
Ashland. Ky., owing to the absence
of her father. Charles A. Macatee. of
San Juan. Porto Rico. Mies Mary
Porter, of Hyettsvlll**, Md., was the
maid of honor and the bride's nieces,
little Miss Margaret Johnson (Dim
A man at sixty
years of age is
either a failure
or a success. BEECHAM'S
PELLS have been made for sixty
year? and baye the largest aale of any
medk?na in tbe world!
stead, the flower girl, and little Miss
Mary Paxton Macatee and Miss Ger
trude Paxton Macatee the ribbon
bearers. Tbe best man was Capt. W.
Gibson Carey, Jr., of New York city,
nephew of the bridegroom.
The bride wore a traveling suit of
dark blue davetyn with a small hat
to match and wore a corsage bouquet
of orchids and sweet peas. Among
those who attended the wedding were
Mrs. Charles Baltimore Calvert. moth
er of the bridegroom, and his sisters,
Mrs. Thomas H. Spence. Miss Virginia
I. Spence, and his brother, George H.
Calvert, Jr., of College Park; Dr. and
Mrs. G. Wythe Cook and Dr. and Mrs
Henry C. Macatee, of Washington;
Walter R. Macatee and F. R. Morris
Armistead, of Richmond.
Kappa Alplva tiauee.
The Kappa Alpha fraternity of
George Washington University will
have a dance at its chapter house, 2511
Fourteenth street northwest, tomor
row evening at 9 o'clock. The cha
perons will be Mra W. R. Myers and
Mrs. Sidney Holllngsworth.
Mrs. Josephus Daniels heads the re
ception committee for the navy relirf
ball, which takes place tomorrow eve-1
ning at the New Willard, and will be
aeslsted by Mrs. Franklin D. Roose
velt, Mrs. Robert E. Coont-z. Mrs. Al-?
bert Grant. Mrs. George Barnett and
Mrs. Albert Niblack, chairman of the|
ball committee. The decoration com?
rrlttee Includes Cap*. Charles B. Mo* j
Vay, Jr., chairman; Captain Enochs,j
Commander Wallace, Lieutenant Dun
ham, and Lieutenant Moore, and on
tbe music commlttea are Commander
Pierce, U. S. N.; Lieutenant Comman
der Seed and Lieut. Morton L. King.
Miss Elizabeth Hervey Young.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Her
vey Young, will Join her parents at '
their home on 17th street on Decem
ber 19, to remain over the Christmas
holidays. Miss Young, who is a stu
dent at Smith College, attended
the Harvard-Yale game and will meet
her father In New York for the Army
Mrs. Young will give her Christmas
cotillion for Miss Young and her
house party at the Washington club
on Friday night, December 26, at mid
night, several other dancing parties
going on to tbe cotillion. Miss A i leen
Dowsett of Honolulu, fdr whom the
dance is planned, will arrive in time
for tbe holidays and will be the
bouse guest of Mr. and Mrs. Young.
? wedding of great Interest both
In Virginia and Washington took
place today at noon at the residence
of Miss Salile Goode and Miss Lucy
Goode, on Connecticut avenue, when
Miss Sara M. Woodson, daughter of
Mrs. John T. Woodson, of Crozet. Va.,
and George Martin Trevlllian, of
Richmond, Va., were married. The
ceremony was performed in the
drawing room by Rev. Dr.# Randolph.
of Foundry Church. In tlVe presence
of a small gathering of relatives and
intimate friends. The roftm was at
tractively decorated in flowers and
greens. The bride wore a smart coat
1 suit of brown silvertone, with a bea
ver hat to match, and a corsage bou
i Quet of bride roses. Miss Lucille
Woodson and Miss Dorothy Woodson,
??isters of the bride, were her only
attendants. They wore brown after
noon dresses, with brown velvet pic
ture hats, and carried bouqueta of
yellow chrysanthemums. A break
fast for the bridal party followed at
the Ebbitt. Mr. and Mrs. Trevlllian
| left later for a wedding trip to Flor
ida, and on their return they will
reside in Richmond, Va.
Prices of Beef in
Prices realized on Swift &
Company salea of carcass beef
for periods shown below as
published in the newspapers,
on shipments sold out, aver
aged as follows:
?, _ - ******
Week -adlag P>r Cwt.
May 17th .$22..**2
May 24th .21.80
May Slat . 20.73
Joae 7th . 30.10
Jane 14th. 18_*.
????e 21 at. 1835
Jane 38th . 19.55
July 5th . 18.7?
?Italy 12th . 19.34
July 19th . 19.88
Joly 20th . 19.4?
A arm?t 2d . 17.44
AaKDit Oth . 19.65
Auguet 16th . *8.4?
Anguet 23d . 1?89
Ans-ut SOth . 17J?
?epte_her ?th . 17.99
September 13th .1?_?
September 27th . 16.00
Oeteber 4th . 16.11
October llth. 14.93
October 18th . 16.44
October 2Sth . 16.02
November 1 at. 15.72
November 8th. 15.S3
Neveauber 15th . 15.??;
Nove?ber *?d .15.03
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AD CLUB PLANS MORE
TRUTH IN ADVERTISING
Start Big Campaign To Eradicate
False and Misleading State
ments By Merchante.
A campaign to bring about "truth
in advertising" was organised yester
day at a meeting of the Washington
Advertising Club at the Ebbitt Hotel,
when Joseph Berbertch. chairman of
a special committee, outlined the
plans of the campslgn.
The work of eradicstlng false ad
vertisements from the public press
and other advertising media will be
in charg?* of a committee of five mem
bers whoat "duty it shall be to re
ceive and investigate complaints of
false and misleading advertising, and
to take such steps as may be neces
sary to correct abuses."
The committee of five, the report
provides, shall be elected to serve
for one year, end the committee shall
function through a paid secretary.
The plan of operation of the com
mittee also' provides that a weekly
bulletln be issued to all the mem
bers of the Advertising Club setting
forth the cases that have been in
vestigated by the committee, the find
ings in the same and any other Infor
mation that may aid the members in
their advertising work.
Walter B. Wright, of the "vigil
ance" committee of the Advertising
Club of Baltimore, outlined tbe cases
that had been handled by that com
mittee in Baltimore.
He called attention to the chemical
tests to which certain kinds of mer
chandise had been submitted by the
Urge All Ta Je*?.
A resolution was adopted urging
the advertising fraternity to aaslst in
the membership drive of the Citizens
Associations. Merchants were urged
not only to Join, but also to influence
others to Join by calling attention to
the drive in their current adveEtise
Harry W. Hahn, chairman of the
membership committee, reported thst
twenty-five membership applicatlor
blanks had been received since the
laat meeting. Robert Isbeli was ap
pointed chairman of tbe publicity
LIGHTS CIGAR, GUESTS MOVE
NEW YORK, Nov. 2?.?Two hun
dred men took the air at a hotel
when a gueet lighted a cigar. No, it
wasn't the odor. He dropped a match
and set the building on fire.
PASTOR TO MAY ROLE
IN SHAKESPEARIAN HAY
The Rev. Dr. Earle Wtlfley, pastor j
of the Vermont Avenue ChristlSJt
Church, will play one ot the prtnci- ?
Pal roles in "As You Like It," whten
will be presented at 8 o'clock Friday
evening in tbe Community Service
Theater. Pitt Tenth street northweet.
by the Washington Shakespeare So
ciety, assisted by the Community Ser
vice. Prior to entering the mi a Is try
Dr. Wllfley was a Shakespearian ac
tor. He will take the role of Jacques.
Members of the cast, in addition to
Dr Wllfley. are: E. V. Wlloex, A. w
Potter, E O Wooton. Frana A. Steelc,
George de Brod?e. C. E. Ruabeam,
Maurice Jervis. Francis J ? Clear?
G V. de Brodes. J. H. Teilen. R. *'_
Himes. Uwrfnc? Downey, Luke lu
ir?n Mabel Owens Wilcox. Paulin* de
erodes. Nina Lynch. Grace H. Cham
berlin. ?. A. Potter. Chsrles ?. Gor
don. ?. O. Wooton. and Lawrence
STRIKE TO COWTWUE.
TOUNOSTOWN, Ohio. Nov. 2*S.?The
national committee in charge of the
ateel strike. -meeting at Pittsburgh
voted unanimously to continue the
strike, it ?*-?_? announced here by 8. T.
Hammersmark, secretary in charge of
local striks headquarter?.
LEAVES FROZE? WITH
FIRST TIME IN 15 YEARS
SEATTLE, Wash_ Nev
W. Crawford. arctic bastar assi t
per. aad member af tbe sissad t*
fansaea ext*?edltle_. la evt Ot
froaea north for tbe ftret tlase as
teen years. He Sleeeuau the BV
that eiefanesea found la tbe sretk ___
lost Scssdlnavlan trise *
"Stefansseii * blonds
says Stsfeneeen himself
a and. Crawford aays SI
moe are merely a "throw
the flrst white explorers that
into the north
POSTAL CLERKS' BALL
Arter the Thaakeglvtng ball, whisk
will be held by Local 14?. Nations.
Federation of Postal Clerks, st Odd
Fellows Rail, oa Seventh ?tract
northwest, tomorrow night, aoela)
activities of tbe association will se?11
until after tbe Christmas holidays
owing to tbe asuana! heavy -Balls.
?reak a Cold
In Few Hours
Fint dote of "Pane's Cold Compound" reliere? ?11
????iiffinr-s? and di?itrrse?No au>r ic! Cot? little!
Don't ?tay atuffed-up! Quit blow
ing and snuffling: A doee of "Pape'a
Cold Compot?id" taken ever*? two
hour? until three oOaei are taken
usually breaks up a cold and ends all
The first doae opens c)ogged-up
nostrils and air passages of Head.
?tope Boee running: rali?
ache, dullness, fererlsawaee.
Ing, so ran eoe, stlf fneae.
*Pape's Cold Composas"** la the
Quickest surest rettef ktaowa aad
costs only s few cents st Arme
It sets without assist tac?,
nice. Contains bo quistas,
Our Profit from
The American Public does not believe all it reads.
It insists on being shown.
When Swift & Company says its profits are only
a fraction o? a cent per pound, many believe we are
not telling the whole story?that there are hidden
Here Are The Facts:
Our net profit on our entire business for the year
1918 amounted to only 1.76 cents per dollar of sale?,
or less than one-half cent per pound, and
L Included profits from hides ?and all other
2. Included profits from all sundry sk-^lines.
3. Included profits on all subsidiary corporations.
4. To turn up?it included the entire profit from
every source of revenue in which
Swift & Company has any interest
There are no other profits.
Furthermore our accounts have been checked and
certified annually by leading public accounting firm
Swift & Company is sincerely trying to get the
facts before the public. If you have any questions re
garding our business?write us?and we will do our
best to answer them. In discussing the packing
business be sure you have the facts and that you are
not unintentionally spreading misinforrnation.
If you get the facts we have no doubt as to
Use Red Cross
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Wa__ngton Local Branch, 10-14 Center Market
D. T. Dutrow, Manager