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IL ti MONEY EUS
WILL Bf RUSHED
?House Committee Wffl Try to
Dispose of Appropriation
Measures at Once.
With the return of Co-iRres- ne**.?
wf?ek JJie various appropriations com
mittr-es of th?? House will begin at
once preparation of the bills that
carry fun'ls for use of the Govern
I ment departments and ap?neles with
I the purpose of getting theem out of
! the way as soon as possible.
Word has frone forth from the Con
gressional Republican leaders who
? are in charge of legislation that the
! work of the next session 'shall be
closed early in the summer and ad
journment of the session taken. Pres
: idential nominations will be made In
July next and Congressional nomina
! tions during the summer. Political
leaders want to be free to make the
1 campaigns without the Interference
of Congress. These plans are laid al
ways by the political leaders, but they
seldom work out as expected and Con
gress is In session usually long after
the Presidential nominations have
An economy record will be sought
by the Republican majority during
the coming session. While the appro
priations to be made will run over
* I.IXIO.OOO.OOO. it is expected, much of
this sum will be a war Inheritance
that can not be summarily dropped.
I Plans will be laid, however, for fu
I ture quick reductions, and expendi
I tures will be postponed wherever pos
The Ways and Means Cotrtmittee
will undertake a general revision of
the tariff with the view of getting
larger revenues for the Oovirnment
! through the customs houses. It is ex
pected confidently that President Wil
son will veto a Republican tariff bill,
and the Republican leader.? will carry
this Issue Into the next Presidential
SHORTAGE OF 'CHORINES'
Managers Say Even Salary of $20
Won't Tempt Show Girle
LONDON". Nov. 28.?England is ex
periencing a shortage of chorus girls.
according to some theatrical agent.?
and stage managers. Plenty of young
, women are still anxious to get Into
the limelight, but experienced girls
; are said to be far less plentiful than
Ithey were. One theatrical agent has
explained the situation thus:
"During the, war a large number ef
j chorus girls, show girls, and ?smnll
; part ladles' left the stage for other
? work. ijp**ae are remaining in it per
I manenfly: others have not yet come
! ba?k to the theater. Many girls, too.
; were married to officers durinK the
war and have now no need or inilln
' ation to go back to the stage. The
luck ot first class show girls for the
provincial pantomimes ?? becoming
particularly acute. It Is almost im
possible to get them to go out of Lon
don. Even salaries of ?4 are not
' tempting them."
Take a Winter Tri ?
Tiiro?^h 5?? w seas
Halfway to the Orient, and still in U.S^A.
Picture a perfect May day?multiply it by 365?that's the year
in Hawaii, the Island Paradise of the Paci?c.
Add tropi??J forest? where grow the cocoannt and royal palm, the banyan and
the hau, and ?range flowers of many hues. From coral islands thus carpeted,
rise volcanic mountains two miles skyward right out of the sea.
Here are a-pectacular volcanoes ? the ever--flowing ruby of fiery Kilauca and
the largest of earth's craters, Haleakala? easily accessible to the very brink.
These areas are in the Hawaiian National Park, established by the United
Waikiki Beach offers winter surf-bathing in sunny waters. Honolulu, the capita)
of the islands, is a modern city, in the midst of a native civilization centuries old.
All at the end of a trip by land and sea unique in all the world. After seeing
California, you board a luxurious steamer at San Francisco, and are at Honolulu
in about a week, after a delightful cruise.
Travel to Hawaii it heavy; you should reserve passage well in advance to insure ?
gernng accommodations desired.
-"Hemau Nation? Park," and "CsJifornia for the Tourirt,** and other reiort booklet?, on
request. I?. the local ticket ?gent help plan your trip? or apply to ihe nrareat Conioli
?ttta Ticket Office?or add rea? neareat Travel Bureau, United Statei Railroad Adminii
tration, 6*?t> Transportation Building, Chi??go; 113 Liberty Street, New York City,
602 Healey Building, Atlanta. Ua. Plea? indicate the placea you ??lib to ?ee en route.
Consolida ted TitJcet Office
1229 F St. N. W., Phone Main ?S40
Washington D. C.
CALLS AUTOCRACY FOE
OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
Japanese Labor Delegate Says Con
ditions of Nipponese Workers
Approach Sia very..
"Autocracy Is the enemy of social
This declaration was made yester
day by U. Masumoto, labor delegate
from Japan, speaking before the In
ternational Labor ('onference.
Mr. Masumoto was discussing a
proposal for special consideration for
countries, includimi Japan( where in
dustrial progress lias been retarded.
"Can you believe it, when I say
that behind this flap." Mr. Masumoto
said, pointing to the flag of Japan,
"there are several million toilers un
justly treated by the autocracy which
Is the enemy of social Justice?"
"Most of the industrial workers of
Japan are women and children, and
their lives approach that of slavery.
It Is no 'exaggeration to say these
factories from a social standpoint are
an exact parallel to the political ex
traterritoriality in Japan in former
E. Kamada, government delegate,
replying to these charges in behalf
of Japan, defended the attitude of the
committee in reporting that his coun
try be classed among the nations
with special consideration.
It Is only in recent months that
tbe factory problems have been given
consideration in Japan he said. The
Japanese government's decision to
adopt a nine-and-one-half-hour day
meant a redaction of two hours, and
as such should be classed a great
reform. Japan was not ready for the
eight-hour day like other nations, he
The labor conference probably will
adjourn today. Selection of the next
meeting place will be deferred.
WET LID STILL TILTED
DOWN IN NEW ORLEANS
Crescent City, Running Dry, Turns
to Kentucky for Carloads of
KKW ORLEANS. Nov. 2?.?Liqtior
?ally speaking. New Orleans was
still going it strong today, and tho
word was bein-r sent out to the
world that this bailiwick of Martin
Behrman is the only place in these
forty-eight ?liis*rered States where
the lid has been successfully tilted.
Meanwhile, from a district in Ken
tucky, where Judge Evans, holdinic
the Volstead law unconstitutional,
was credit'-'d with an assist, to this
city, where Judge Foster also he'd it
unconstitutional and got a put-out. a
trainload of the best liquor was bciiiK
moved, shipments of liquor in inter
state commerce not being prohlb.ted
in Louisiana,' never dry b> its ow'n
action, does not come under the pro
% islons of the Reed bone-dry law.
Most of the good liquor had met a
Waterloo by last night and was
weakening. New Orleans demands
the best..and decided upon a trans
fusion from Kentucky to keep the
patient strong until January Hi. when
Ne-v Orleans will be eighteenth
amendmented to gloom again.
SYNDICATE TO CONTROL
SOUTH AFRICA DIAMONDS
World Markets (o Obtain Stone*
Throu.Th a Single Channel
JOHANNESBURG. South Africa.
Nov. 28.?South African diamomi?-,
hereafter will be controlled by a Lon
don syndicate, according to Mints'??,?
of Mines Malin. The syndicate will
be the sole channel through which
the world's markets can obtain stone?..
The amount to be supplied for sale
will be based on the actual sales o?
the last three months.
The IleCeiT* will provide M per
cent, the Premier IS per cent, th??
.lagersfontein mines 10 per cent, ar.-l
the Southwest protectorate SI ,?>;??
?ent. The basic price for stones 11
to be fixed each three months.
JELLICOE IN CANADA ON
WAY TO SEE PRESIDENT
First Lord of British Admiralty to
Discuss New N'arai Policy
OTTAWA. Ont.. Nov. 28.?\'lscount
Jellico. flrst lord of th* armlralty.
and chief of the naval mission to
Canada, arrived here today. Jellicoe
will remain in the capital three
weeks, ?liscussing with representa
tives of the Canadian government a
new Dominion naval policy to l>e
worked -out with other components
of the British empire.
Later, the viscount will visit Wash
ington to call on President Wilson.
Jellicoe was commander-In-chief of
the grand fleet In the battle of Jut
land. He was accompanied to Canada
by several naval officers.
PRINCE A CANDIDATE.
LONDON, Nov. 28.?Crown Prince
P.upprecht of Bavaria has been pla
carded as a candidate for the presi
dency of Bavaria in the election to
be hetd in February or March, ac
cording to a Berlin dispatch to the
Don't Wait to
Keep well. Whenever your appetite
begins to flag, or a
sour stomach and _
Pills and the
I 1119 dilli UIC A* HH ^_ g _ ? __^
trouble will *\\ HPILLS
Good for man, woman and child. For
your health's cake stick to this old.
tried and true remedy. Purely vegetable.
Small PIO?Saudi Dom?Saudi Price
DR. CARTER'S IRON PILLS, Nature's
great nerve and blood tonic for
Anemia, Rhen-natiara, Nervonsness,
Sleeplessness and Female Weakness.
?taelat tas? ktar tliistirt s?t-^J&S^at
\ _m ? -is? aja
TO ATTACK INDIA
Genera! Vasillkovsky Declares
Army Has Been Organized
By ?? 11.1,1 AM MALLABAR.
I. N, S. Staff ( orreapondcnt.
HEUS ING FORS, Finland, Nov. 2?.?
Gen. Oleg Vassilkovsky, former com
mander-in-chief of the Russian army
at retrograd under the Kerensky re
gime, declared today that he has
nowledge that the Bolshevik? have
organized a big army In Afghenietan.
and that It Is ready to invade India
any moment. This army, said Gen
eral Vassilkovsky, Is officered large
ly by Germans.
The Russian officer delivered a bit
ter tirade against Premier Lloyd
"Premier Lloyd George is a traitor
to the allies, and the same could be
said for him regarding his own coun
a a a a a a a ?
LIFT OFF CORNS
) WITH FINGERS j
Few J^ope of "Freexone," Then j
Corne Lift ?Off?No Pain ;
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A tiny bottle of "Freexone" costs
so little at any drug store; apply a
few drops upon any corn or callu?.
Instantly It stops hurting, then
shortly you lift that bothersome
corn or callus right off with your
fingers. Truly! No humbug!
URIC ACID IN MEAT
Take a glass of Salts if your
Back hurts or Bladder
If you must have your meat every
day, eat it, but flush your kidney.?
with salts occasionally, says a noted
authority who tells us that neat
forms uric acid which almost par
a'yzes the kidnevs in their effort?
to expel It from the blood. They
become sluggish nnd weaken, then
vou suffer with a dull misery in the
kidney repion, sharp pains in the
back, or .?ick headache, dizziness.
?our stomach .sours tontrue is coat
ed and when the weather is bad
y.'U have rheumatic twinges. The
u.ine tCut? cloudy. 1'ull of sediment,
the channel.? often get e?re and ir
ritatei, oblipin?* you to seek relief
two or three times during the night.
To neutralize these irritatine
acids, to clean.??? the kidneys and
flush of,' the body's urinons waste
get four ounces of Jad Salts from
any pharmacy here; take a table
spoonful in ? glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine. This fa
mous salts i?* made from the acid
of cran??? and lemon juice, combined
with 1 i t **> i a., and ha? been used for
generations to flush and stimulate
sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize
the acid.? in ???????, so it no longer
-Hates, thus ending bladder weak
.Ih<1 Salts is inexpfnsive: cannot
;niure. and makes a delightful ef
fervescent lithia-water drink.
CREAM FOR CATARRH
OPENS UP NOSTRILS
1 Tells How To Get Quiek Relief
?j from Head-Colds. It's ?Splendid.
In one minute your clogged nos
trils will open, the air passages of
your head will clear, and you can
breathe freely. No more hawking,
snuffling, blowing, headache, dry
ness. No struggling for breath at
nipht; your cold or catarrh will be
(let a small bottle of Kly's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Ap
ply a little of this tragrant. anti
septic, healing cream in your nos
trils. It penetrates through every
air passage of the head, soothes the
inflamed or swollen mucous mem
brane, and relief comes Instantly.
It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed
up with cold or. nasty catarrh?
Itelief comes so quickly.
UNITED STATES RAILROAD
llircclor (.?n.ral of Itnilroud?.
Baltimore & Ohio R.R.
i;-fectl*?e ???? p ila?, Not ?nil.rr 30tk
No. ?T?'??".ilcago Limited" leave
Washington 1:33 p. m. instead 1:30
No. 7- -"Chicago Special'' leave
Washington 7:35 p. m. instead t?:!*)
No. 17?"Pit?burgh 1'^xpress"
leave Washington 10:15 p. m. In
stead 10:30 p. n?.t -
No. iJ-'t leav?? Washington 1:37
p. ?. instead I2:_i p. m.
N.j. ?"-I leave Washington ???
p. m. instead ???H* p. m. (express
train to Rockville; local beyond).
No. .'11 leave Washington g?0
p. in. instead 3:10 p. tn. (will not
mak- local stops ?? Washington
No. 2? leave Washington 11:33
p. m. Instead 1 1 -10 p. ni.
N,.. 735 (Sunday only) leave
Washington 1:3," p. m. Instead 1:33
( oniuIt Ticket Itmi? for detail?
Union Savings Bank
? OLUKST SIMM.S II VX ?
\Va?i? il. I vu (err. I'rewltl??!,
710 l'ourttci.il) girt?*.
try. The Bolsheviks and German |
spies talk of him as their best man. !
?-?aymg he ia unreplaceable. and that ?
they woujd not want to change him
fer another. .
"They call him 'our man,' saying ?
they would not want a better repre- ,
sentative in England for their affairs.
He must share the responsibility for ;
the great sufferings now being en- j
dured in Russia. His foolish ft/felgn
policy haa been shown in the treat- |
ment of the Amir of Afghanistan,
who is now pro-Bolshevist.
"All of the g?ild stolen from Rus
sian banks by the Bolsheviks is nov
stored In Afghanistan, where the Bol
sheviks can /lee if they are defeat
ed in Russia. A big army has been
organised in Afghanistan with Ger
man officers, and is ready to invade
India any minute. Already the flames
of ant.-Brttish revolt are sweeping
northern India, and it mould take
very little to make the uprising gen
BRITAIN HAS SUPER-GUN
TO ARM SEA FIGHTERS
NRW TORK, Nov. it?Sir Robert
Hadfleld announced that the largest
calibre of armor-piercing shell has
been driven in recent British testa
through the thickest of modern ,
?rmorplates, according to a copy
righted dispatch from London to the
This feat in gunnery he says, will
render the British bis; guna, weigh
ing something like 110 tona unsur
passed in naval engagements In the
200 GENERALS RETI?EO. ,
ROM F.. Nov. 28- An official ?ecre
puts on th?? retired list *?*? generali
l.ftOO i?j|???rlor ?>ffl<-ers ras%1ag fret
colonels to m?)?vri and a boat *WjSO
subaltern nf.'teers. This Is the fir?
step in the reduction ef tbe army t
the lowest possible lim,t
GET PEP AND COLOR BACK!
Take "Cascarets" Tonight for Your Liver and Boirels
and Wake Up Clear, Rosy, Fit?No Gripe!
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Feel bully' Be efficient* Don't
stay sick, bilious, headachy, consti
pated Remove the liver and bowel
poison which la keeping your akin
sallow, your head diuy. your tongue
coated, your breath bad and storo
s/th sour. Why not spend a few
cents for a box of Cascarets aad ?saV
)oy the nicest, sent lest la-ativ?-?-.
tbartic yen eve? experienced? C*a
careta never gripe sicken or Ineoa
ventanee one ilk? 8alta Oil. ?Cato?I
or harsh Piu?. They work while
Offering More of Those Fine
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Makers of Famous
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ON SALE TOMORROW AT
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$55.00 Seal Collar Overcoats.$37.50
$35.00 Suits.*.$25 CO
$25.00 Belted Raincoats. $15.00
$5.00 Trousers. $3.98
$6.50 Trousers. $5.00
$7.50 Trousers. .$6.15
$10.00 Trousers. $7,50
$8.50 Fancy Vests. $5.95
Furnishings At Pre-War Prices
$7.50 Bath Robes. $4.95
75c Wool Hose. 59c
$4.00 Gray Gloves. $3.00
$7.50-Wool Sweaters. $5.00
$1 5.00 All Wool Sweaters. $9.95
$1.15 Heavy Ribbed Underwear. 89c
$2.50 Ribbed Union Suits. $1.95
$3.00 Wool Underwear. $2.15
$4.00 Wool Union Suits. $3.00
$2.00 Flannelette Night Shirts. $1.39
$2.50 Flannelette Pajamas. $1.69
$2.50 Shirts, all sizes. $1.79
$3.50 Shirts, all sizes. $2.75
$4.50 Fleece Lined Driving Gloves. $3.00
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Values Up to $7.00
Men's Sift Fiber Silk Stripe Crepe Shirts, col
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