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FIND PEARLS IN STREETS.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 2H.?A ro*?e
at pe?ari? valued at $12,000. loet by the
wife of ?"Lieut. Col. Hamilton Wedd r
burn ? week ago, was found by two
women lying In the Strand, ?ay? a
copyrighted dispatch from Lon'lon to
Use Philadelphia Public Ledger.
The Andera received a reward ot
H E R ?
Many theue-and? of old and young Veep
their ay?!?ma free from the dreid'ul
con?em.eocee of constipation by t?Hng
Blla? Native Herb Tjblet? at ret?lar
Intervale, Thoae who le'd an act ve
a? tdoor life take one oce.elonilly while
other? whoa? work t? conflnf-ig ?nd 1*>
bortoi ? and are more subject to thit
condition, retain their he-ith by ia ng
them more frequently Blies Nariv*
Herb Tableta aol only relieve roe?? ?e?.
taon but ?tir up tbe liver and kidneya
cleansing them of ?11 ferment -tlnn. nd
reaiore them to a natrral. healthy,
active eondltloo. Ther aiao pcrlfy the
blood, and have a general tonic effect
oa the whole lyaiem. One tablet at
nigh? will max the next d-?y bright.
Bit?? Native Herb Table?? are put op
la two alte?. The larve ?treed box aea>
talna ??0 tablet?, enough to last the
a.erm?? 'amlly ?lx month?. Ev< ry box
cornee oar money back guarantee
T?>? no an b?? I tv te?. Look for
trade mar?? on every box. Put ' ?*f?5
op In two ?'?ea. SI ?? and *>????.
Pold by leading drug, ta?? everywhere
Hade by ? lonaxo O. Blla? Co. Wash
arDfi. D. C.
BULGARIANS SIGN; ALL
EYES TURNED ON TURKEY
British) Ask Quick Action in Otto
man Qu.stion; French in
No Great Hurry.
PARIS, Nov. 28.?The Bulgarian
del? gates sign, d tlieir peace treaty at
! 10:3G o'clock this morning, in the town
| hall at Neuilly.
The Turkish question now Is upper
moat In the minds of delegates. Th.
British are understood to be urging
that the conferen.e of Turkish dele
gatea be called in December.
The French app?-ar not to be anxi
ous to hurry these negotiations, ano"
' It is still doubtful where they will be
held, the Fr? neh not yet having given
? their consent for the calling of the
| conference in London, as had been
j urged by the British.
Reports reaching conference circi? ?
in the meantime Indicate a state of
anarchy throughout the territories of
the Ottoman empire,, making some
sort of action urgent.
Contrary to expectation?, the pleni
potentiaries of Jugo-Slavia did not
sign the Austrian peace treaty yester
day. The reason given by them was
that they found they did not have
the requ site power to sign the dif
ferent annexes. The plenipotentiaries
have eight days within which to pro
cure the necessary powers. The an
When resistance is lowered and you come down
with a cold that runs into an obstinate cough, your
trouble is more than surface deep. You need
an easily absorbed tonic-nutrient, mixed with your blood
to nourish and enable you to get a fresh hold on strength.
For nearly Fifty years Scott's has been helping
break up colds by building up strength. Try Iti
The exc'i?:ee grnde of ?-"d-liver oil u??*d in Scott'? Ema-a?on i? the fam<*>?
"S _ . Pfjce?? ma<? in N?.r?r?> ?t-d re' ned in our own American
Laboraionira- It is a guarantee of purity and palatabtlity unaurpa?ed.
Scott ?4. Bowue. Eloomfield, N.J. 19-tt
nks & Ocmpamj
Really Wonderful Values
in Suits and Overcoats
You 11 find the choice
whether you incline to the
The Overcoats are in
Young Men's and Conserv
ative Models?Double and
ting Ulsters and U?ster
of stvles most excellent:
extreme or the more con
The Suits are in Young
Men's and Conservative
Fancy Gray and Brown
Army and Navy Raincoats
An Economy Floor Special?olive
drab; seams strapped, cemented and
sewed; patent fastenings. Special...
nexes provide for the protection of ?
racial minorities, reparations con- I
cerning Italy and a financial arrange- |
ment regarding sharing of expenses
In the liberation of the former Aue
Any delay which may be found
necessary In the exchange of ratifi
cations required to put the German
peace treaty Into effect will not
change the plans of the American
peace delegation. It was learned to
day. Under Secretary of State Polk
and the other delegates will leave
Paris on the evening of December 5.
Only a couple of experts will be left
here for the purpose of completing
the work In hand.
The subsequent participation by
Americans in the work Of the peace
conference, according to the view
here, will probably be extremely lim
ited, unless there are Indications
early in the December session of the
Senate that a satisfactory ratification
of the treaty is in sight.
PKONE CAUTO ORL
LEADS TO RECAPTURE
Parents Notify Police and Escape?!
Slayer Goes Back to
BOSTON. Nov. 28.?Edward R. Snov ,
a murderer, who escaped last ntg11
from the State prison, where he had
.served twenty years of a life sentenc
?as returned to solitary confinen ***
todav af'er ete-ht hours of 1' , rty. He
sought to seek a woman wl.u had be
friended him in prison, and th s le
to his capture by a posse on th
road between Mlddleaboro and Taun
ton. While groups of officers an!
eitrzens. armed with rifles and sho?
-runs. were searching for him durit g
the night, two of their membri were
?hot by mts'ske. but not ?ei jusly.
Snow, who had been trusted for th?.
last five years, obtained access to the
gunrd room and with a false key
opened a gate to a wagon passageway
After getting out he obtained clo'hre
and rented an automobile In a we: t
end garage, made calls in south Bo -
ton and Mattapan. and ordered the
driver to take Mlm to Brockton. A
punctured tire cansed delay, and Snow
telephoned to Mlddleboro to the young
woman, saying he was on the way to
see her. She collapsed and her par
ents informed the police.
The ob'la-atloaa af rltlae-aaai? lr
the niat'l-t of G?Tjmhla arr an?.-'
readily dlaehargeal ?kroagh active
me mit. rata Ip a yoer neighborhou,
Noturss May Bs Phanat? Unt? t ?
es. Main 6Z60, Branch ?.
RITES TOMORROW FOR
RAYMOND T. RAGAN
Prominent Lumber Dealer Dies At
His Home of Bronchial
Funeral services for Raymond T.
Hagan, forty-nine years old, a promi
nent Washington lumberman, who j
died of bronchial disease at his home,
1815 Irving place northwest, Wednes-1
lay night, will be held at his late resi
lence tomorrow afternoon at 2 |
Mr. Ragan was born and reared In
vVashington and was the sole owner
jf the Ragan & Taylor lumber con
em. He had been engaged in the
umber business all his life and es
tablished the firm of which he was |
the head fifteen years ago. He wa.?
? prominent member of the Masons.
Mr. Ragan ia survived by his wife |
.nd daughter. Margaret O'Brien and
:iirabeth Ragan, respectively.
Interment will be tn the Congres
Thomas Dorsch, eight-year-old ?>on
if Mr. and Mrs. Petei M. Dorsch, dieJ
?f appendicitis at the home of li.?
?rente, 36 ? street northwest, la.??
light at 7:00 o'clock. He had been
il a week. ?.
Young Dorsch waa born in W'aan
ngton and attended the St Martin -
tie Is survived by his father, naotn
r and two sisters. Regina and Mir>
Ihe fu?era, will be held trom the ?
.?.-? nts honra. Monday morning at 11
?clock. Interment will be In ti?
SILAS S. TUCKER.
Silas S. Tucker, sixty-five years old
j. life-long resident of Washing? ??, I
.led of heart d a?aee Monday at his |
esidence, T12 Ninth street ? rthww.. |
.e had been ill for several months.
Mr. Tucker waa born and rared In I
.he District and for the past for?)
ears was a prominent fruit and pro
luce distributer. He Is survive?! t y
.our daughters and three sons, all ji
. ashington. .
Funeral services were held at hi
ate home Wednesday. Inierinem
.vas in Glenwood Cemetery.
Thomas W. aad Marida S. Brown.
loseph I. and Maud V. Davis,
'rank M. and Gertrude L Fletcher.
Albert T. and May V. Ford.
Nelson W. and Llllle Oreen.
Henry L. and Ruth A. Oullmette.
Walter A and Dorothy I-. Henderson.
Howard W. and Elisabeth Marlow.
Joseph F. and Anna W Randall.
David J. and Anna O'ConnelL
v?b and Nannie Brldg-etorth.
William P. and Lena R Curt?a.
Charlas and Orace D Bryant.
Charles M. and Myrtle S Mairi?.
Austin ? and Margar, ? M Murria,
Herbert T. and Ethyl 8hanno?.
DU I HS
Annie IS. Lancier. 85 yrs. 170t (th st as
Thomas McDonough, 61 yrs., Emergency
Delia Canaway, 80 yrs., St. EIliab?ths Hos
Henry ? Vlrts. 43 yrs.. Oarfleld Hoe.
Annie Erster. 22 yrs.. Oarfleld Hos.
Alexander B. Walters, 60 yrs., Oarfleld
John H. Jenks, ti yra, Slbley Hoe.
Julia ? Williams, 86 yrs, 121S DelafleM
Raym nd T. Ragan, 49 yrs, 181S Irving
Alice 8tewart. 4 yra-, Providence Hoa
Ruth P. Fairbanks, 1 yr., 1209 Orren st. ne
Henrietta Solon, 3 mot., 2615 K st. nw.
Infsnt of Frank M and Gertrude L. Fie!
cher, t days, 1338 H st. nw.
Seymour Haas. 5 mine.. 60S 9th st ne.
Celestine Brannum. 33 yrs., 2412 I st. nw
Edward Bordinghammer, 69 yrs., 909 I
Fred N. Tunn?, ?0 yrs.. 1201 G st. nw.
SLEUTHS DIG FOR RUM;
FIND ONLY GOLD CACHI
Still Hnnt Uncoviere Treasure in
Basement of Excited
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 28.?It was
a deep, dark basement. Two "gum
shoe" men and three from the Unitei'
States Revenue Service were delvin?.
with shovels In the earthen floor o
the same cellar. The reason was elm
pie?they were searching for a stil
Toward the front of the dwelling
the ceiling was low, and by the ligh
of an electric torch the men could
see that the dirt in this .shallow part
was much disturbed. Two huskies
crawled In with shovels and began
to dig, wthin a few seconds striking
Jet behind them, much agitated,
stood an Italian, the owner of th.
"This-a private prop! This you no
take, you no take," he pleaded.
But the shovels went deeper and
j deeper, disclosing a small wooden box
instead of th?? anticipated still. Th?
officers brought their find to light and
removed the top. Inside reposed a
two-quart glass fruit Jar, into whicl.
had been thrust a cloth wadded up so
as to conceal the contents. When
drawn aside the officers gazed In as
: tonlshment on a collection of gold
coins, between $1,200 and Jl'.OOO worth.
The excited Italians was waiting to
< claim his property. He explained that
, the fortune was not his own. but that
! It "belonged to George" and had been
put In the basement for safe keeping.
James C. Dulin and Dale S. Ven
dables have purchased the good will
and business of Philip t. Hall, Inc.,
shirt makers and haberdashers, 1411
F* street N. W. Mr. Dulln was for
merly vice-president and general
manage of the company and Mr.
Venables assistant treasurer of the
Home Savings Bank.
J. WILLIAM LEE,
UNDERTAKER ASM I.IVERT
322 Pa ???. ? W
Telephone M 1125 WASHINGTON D C
Of ?very description -Moderate price
_UM KJ1T. N. W.
Flf!T^KHH.t.ar **"* ?f "??oils. Call Franklin
-A^J?-","}^"^'? Fran?'ln 1156. GEO. BL
COOJUE. 1102 Cono. ava. myll-lMt
GAVE JUSTICE FREE 12
YEARS, NOW ASKS PAY
NEW TORK, Nov. 28.?Finding the
cost of administering Justice going
up, Justice of the Peace James Moore
of the village of Pleasantville, N. Y?
who for twelve years has tried
malefactors free of charge, has ap
plied to the village board for a sal
ary, it was announced yesterday.
Pleasantville was incorporated in
1907 and Ju'ge Moore has occupied
the bench there ever since. "He's the
best Judge we ever had," said an of
ficial yesterday, "because he"s the only
one we ever had." Village trustees
have been asked to allow the Judge
$500 a year and they will decide on
DMT CAPTURE OR BUY
WIFE, SO DIVORCES HER
French Diplomat Said to Hare
Violated Mongolian Law When
He Wed American.
PARIS. Nov. 28.?The marr%%%_ of
a French diplomat in the Far East
to an American Actress has been ?an
nulled by the French courts because
?he groom neither captured nor pur
?hased his bride, according to tbe
The diplomat met the American In
Shanghai and, after a short cou.tahip
ihey eloped to Mongolia where th?jy
were married before a Belg an Cath
ilic missionary. Their idyll was short
lved, as the American girl, accord
ng to her husband's story, remained
inly a few days before departing
vithout leaving any address. Tho
tourt held that the marrige was nat
alid, as French law requires Fren? h
?en marrying abroad to have che
eremony performed before a Freuen
liplomatlc officer or "according to
he usages of the country in whl?;n
he marriage is performed."
In Mongolia there are only two
nodes oX marriage consecrated by
aditlort?capture and purchase. The
ost of a wife varies from five camels
for a young girl, to ihirty or for y
?amela for an old widow, the latter
being quoted higher than all other
classes. In statements relative t??
? rices obtained in select circles of
longolian society It was brought ??;?
in court that a wife may be bougat
or five pounds of rice In that coti'i
TO END B.&M. RECEIVERSHIP
BOSTON, Nov. 28.?Judge Morton,
u the Federal district court, an
ounced that he would end the re
eivershlp of the Boston and Maine
ailroad. The decree actually dls
:harglng the receiver probably will
ie issued on Monday.
A plan of consolidiatlon of the Bos
ton and Maine, with Its leased lines,
has been ratified by the stockholders
>f all the lines, and it is expected final
iction on the plan will be taken at an
idjourned meeting of Boston and
'ai*?e "f>rkhn1der? December 3.
charm of a lovefyskm
may be yours
A clean, healthy skin is usti ally a
lovely skin, but tlic use of the proper
soap is necessary.
U specially cleansing, yet it is mild
and southing because it contains the
Resinol properties prescribed by phy
sician? fur years in the treatment of
skin troubles. It pives a rich, refresh
in*-; and invieoratinf* lnther that yoa
can really feel is cleansihj*.
RESINOL SOAP is also excel
lent for the shampoo as it tends
to lessen dandruff and make the
hair soft and lustrous.
At all druggists and toilet -rocxls dealer?.
The Great Painl-as Corn L?-?oeener.
Simple as A. B. C. Never Fails.
If you hav? ?ver tried to get rid
f a corn by bundling up your toe
It? bandages, or by using salve that
lade your feet red and almost raw,
or tried to drag your corn out with a
knife, there will be a surprise waiting
for you when you use "Gets-lt." Im
agine peeling your corn off gloriously,
??asily and painlessly, just like peelirjg
uff a banana skin. Well that is what
?appens when you use "Gets-It." There
is nothing else that will give you this
same result. Million.? of folks have
liad the same bless? d experience. Why
.?,.,,.... . ,w1 .-..?T.... II ? ? ., ~ ,1 ?,.:, _
"Gets It." the only sure, guaranteed,
money back corn-remover, costs but
? trifle at any drug store. M'f'd by
E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111.
Sold In Washington and recom
mended as the world's best corn rem
? Hv hv ? f f 1????1? '?? I . ^?..,?....- ?t??._
BERLIN SOCIALIST PAPER
RAILS AT 'KAISER' SIGNS
Mementoes of Monarchy Hare BeeB
Painted Oat Only in Seath
BERLIN, Not. 28? The Socialist
newspaper Vorwaerts comment? sar
castically on the failure of Germany
to remove the ' Royal" and "Kaiser"
signs that abound everywhere. It is
the result of a stream of communica
tions of protest that arrives at the
Berlin authorities are "sleeping" as
much as in the province? in not re
moving the offending inscriptions,
says the Vorwaerts. The "kaiser
lich" postal bureau stll exists, his
"royal" courts are not abolished,? and
the buildings still bear everywhere
the insigni- royal" and "kaiserlich."
It ts only In southern Germany that
the words have been stricken or
painted out. The Berlin police head
quarters still bears the sign of "royal,"
although a Social Democrat is at the
head, the police stations of Charlot
tenburg are also ?till 'royal," and
such building? as the patent office
and certain garrison? are "kaiser
lich" or "royal."
Finally th% Soclallat organ cite? a
letter mailed /rom the Charlotten burg
magistracy in which that municipality
Is characterised aa the "royal resi
dence city Charlotten burg."
GAVE AGED MAN LIFT,
HE WILLS HER $30,000
Ohio Woman Remember? Passenger.
Only When Told of
WARREN, Ohiov No???. 28.?Sereral
month? ago while driving her car
from Cortland ?o Warren, Mr?. Ger
trude Delby overtook an aged pedes
trian and Invited blm to ride.
When the city waa reached the
wayfarer thanked Mrs. Leiby profuse
ly and the incident waa forgotten.
Recently Mrs. Deiby was notified
that J. H. Smith, who died at De
catur. 111., had left her $30.000. In
(Uiry developed the fact that Smith
vas her passenger and it waa his
manner of repaying, the kindness.
Tke Htlseiu-? ????rtatlota mtto-Am ata
? ? port p tait y to *erre yoarttelf, rotar
ne Irr/h bork seti atad tke c*msmunttj.
Girls! Y?ourh_rn?eeds a little "Danderine"?that's ??! Wb?
it becomes lifeless, thin or loses its lustre? -*_en ugly d?a_dn_f
appears, or your hair falls out, a 35-cent bottle of delightful,
dependable ''Danderine" from any store, vili save your hair,
also double it's beauty. You can hare nice, thick hair, toa
Druggists Call Begy's Mustariic
Triple Extract of Heat
But It's Non-Blistering Heat and It Won't Hurl
Grandmother's old-fashioned mea? ?
tard plaster did the work all right,
but it blistered the skin and waa a
mighty mussy remedy.
Hcgy's Mustarlne is the original I
mustard prescription that haa made ;
grandmother mustard plaater but a
relic of bygone days.
It's ten times better, cleaner, and
cannot blister; it ia made of irne, hon
est yellow mustard combined with
other well known destroyers of pain
and a box does the work of fifty mus
Why suffer for day? oalng plasters
or contnuou?ly rubbing on liniment
when one application of Begy'? Mus
tarlne will take out soreness in chest
or any part of the body and win lim
ber up stiff neck or rusty Joint?. It
banishes backache, toothache, head
ach? lo tea
If you want to get rid of ?ore
ti? ' ral r?a. neuritis tonal 11 tia,
pleurisy or rheumatic ago? y ana
nt??,ub un Bogy'? Maav
af?*)' r chi away?It's the quick??*
"-'<?, -?nd th?
cbeapeat Get Begy*? Muatarla* m
tbe yellow box at any drug atora. Ga?
<v ?k?, blister-la?
u-'srd nlaatera. and money book ff
It Isn't the quickest painkiller
ever used ,V and 410 rents AM
"Smoke Wrgrinia eSiprdght''
? or three-fourths of _0 tbe
cl.arettes made la this
cot?atry coniala Virginia
Vlrrilnla tobacco ?Ires to
a c _ar_-e a certain Ilvo?
lines? or seat tbat cigarette*
made of other toboccoa
If yon want all of tbat
Virginia Uiste, don't ?moke
Virginia mixed with other
tobaccos? sraoke It straight
In a Piedmont ail-Virginia
?^ The Virginia Cigarette
/ire You Keeping Up With The Times?