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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914.
-it-A w 11 4 i ' Kn ., PRESIDENT PLANS TO GIVE OPPORTUNITY FOR BUSINESS BOOM Will Not Call Extra Session of Congress or Suggest ah Extended Legislative Pro gram. WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.-PresIdent Wll Bon, desirous of giving business every possible opportunity to develop tho boom which ho feels certain Is coming, will not call nn extra session of Congress, which was his purposo In tho event of that body passing to Republican control ns tho re sult of Tuesday's elections. He does not contomplnte writing more than an ex tremely brief messago for presentation to tho national lawmaking body when It re assembles for the short session next month, now that continued ascendency of tho Democrats In tho House nnd undis turbed control of tho Senate of the 61th Congress are assured. Neither does the President expect any lengthy program of legislation to bo en acted before Starch 4 next, whon the f chort session adjourns. It can bo stated on the highest authority thcro will bo no extra session following that date, no mat ter what legislation Is left unfinished. Relieved of tho necessity of calling an extra, session, Mr. Wlleon 1b planning to "take It easy" for tho next month. Ho will remain In Washington, but will give his attention only to tho foreign problems confronting tho Administration, especially the complox questions of con traband which havo arisen betweon tho United States and Great Britain. Tho Presldont doea not anticipate writ ing more than an extremely brief mes sage to present to Congress next Decern b r. Tho President, Postmaster General Burleson and Secretary Tumulty again today undertook a careful analysis of Tuesday's election returns. Belated In formation from many States continued to pour In on tho Whlta House Among theso was a dispatch from tho chairman of tho Democratic State Committee of Ne vada, claiming tho re-election of Senator Francis G. Nowlands. President WIlBon and his advisers ap peared entirely cheerful over the situa tion, and Secretary Tumulty declared tho situation was altogether satisfactory. Tho President believes that tho Administra tion will bo found to have a working majority of moro than 30 In tho House when all tho returns have been received The Republican Congressional cam paign headquarters here today was noti fied that the 15th Ohio District, which had bpen conceded to the Democrats, had elocted. W. C. Moonoy, Republican, to Congress. Chairman Lockhart, of the Republican State Committee of South Dakota, wired tho committee that E. S. Johnson, Demo crat, had defeated Representative C. H. Burko for the United States Senatorship from that State, and that Harry Gandy, Democrat, had won over W. G. Rice, Republican, for Congress. No returns wero available from tho districts In Kansas still In doubt. There also was no news at Ropubllcan head quarters on the senatorial contests In Kansas, Colorado and Nevada, BOSTON GIRL GOES TO WAR FRONT INSTEAD OF ALTAR Banker "Won't Deny Her Engagement la Broken. BOSTON, Nov. 5.Relatlves of Miss Elsie Burr, daughter of I. I. Burr a banker, who suddenly sailed for Europe ns a Red Cross nurse to help care for tho wounded In tho French nrmy. would neither afllrm nor deny today that aha went away because her engagement to John Templeton Coolldge, Jr., South African big game hunter and Harvard man. had been broken. "Will you deny that the engagement Is broken'" he was asked. "I will not deny It," he replied. The announcement of the engagement was made some time ago, and plans for tho wedding had been virtually completed. Society expected It to take place last month. To Give Play for Hospital "Tho Paper Chase," a farce, will be presented tonight at tho Bellevue-Strat-ford for tho benefit of St. Luke's Homeo pathic Hospital, Broad and Wlngohock ing streets. In the cose will bo Mrs. Sophia F. Gcdes, Miss F. R. Scheetz. H. O. Sheppard, Herbert L. Weir. S. A. Love, Jr.; Miss E. C. Beotam, W. A. Haskell, Miss Isabella Welser and II. L. Fox. CHILDREN'S CORNER BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES ONCE upon a time, a beautiful fairy queen lived in the centre of a great dark forest. Through the forest ran a brook and by this brook was the fairy queen's home. Her pal ace was made of the tail lily leaves and the turrets and towers were made of the tall white lily blooms that stuck their heads out of the water and stood high above the green leaves. You would think that any fairy, liv inp.in a home like that, would be per fectly happy, but this fairy wasn't she wasn t evert happy a little bit, be cause she was always thinking of the things she didn't have I And that's no way to be happy no way at all I When the soft cool breezes of night came and whispered to her, instead of listening to them and hearing their message, she said grumblingly, "Oh, I don't want to talk to you. go away I i want to taiK to the morning breezes now," When the cool rain drops splattered on her forehead she never turned up her face and drank in their freshness as the other fairy queens did. She shut herself up tight tn her palace and fretted for the sunshine. And then when the sunshine did come, she was so hot and thirsty that she grumbled and wished for rain I Of course, that no way to be happy. The other fairies and all the fairy queens were very patient with her for a long time. She was really a beauti ful fairy and before she got the bad habit of unhappiness she was very kind and good to them. So they talked to her and tried to make her happy. "Goldy," they said her name was Goldy), why don t you like the sun shine aad the shadows, tke rain and the cloud as you used tor" "Becuwe I don't, OoWy anwrt4 I r"P"VI w n sSe PRO-BRITISHER BECOMES , ITALIAN FOREIGN MINISTER War Minister Zupelll, Objectionable to Austria, Retained. ROMD, Nov. B. The personnel of tho now Italian Cabinet Is announced. Big nor Salandra, the Premier, will retain the portfolio of Minister of tho Interior as well as the Premiership; Boron Bldney Sonnlno, ex-Premier, becomes Minister of Foreign Affairs, Paolo Carcano. Min ister of the Treasury, and Vlttorlo E. Orlando, Minister of Grace and Justice. Slgnorl Carcano and Orlando wero members of cx-Pj-emlcr Glollttl's Cabinet. Tho other portfolios remain In tho samo hands as In the last Cabinet Premier Salandra held a long confer ence last night with Baron Sonnlno and Signorl Carcano and Orlando, but ho statement was given out regarding tho policies to be adopted by the new Min istry. Baron Sidney Sonnlno, who enters tho new Ministry sb Foreign Minister, Is pro British In his sympathies. He Is recog nized an one of tho strongest men In Italy. General Kupclll was appointed Minister of War following the recent resignation of General Urandl. Ho Is considered par ticularly objectionable to Austria, as he In a native of Istrla. LOCAL OPTION SETBACK ' IN OHIO ELECTION RESULT Brewers' "Homo Bulo" Amendment to Constitution Wins by 30,000. CLEVELAND, Nov. B.-Not only did Ohio vote down State-wide prohibition In Tuesday's election, but tho nearly com plete returns from nil counties today showed that tho voters had gono a step further In the expression of liberal views and written Into the Constitution by a majority of at least 30,000 the brewers' homo rule amendment. This amendment abolishes the Rose County local option law, In effect six years, and opens to saloons 45 counties which hnd been Voted dry under tho county option measure. This brings back Into tho wet column half the State which had been lost to the saloon Interests. Tho unit of local option under the new amend ment Is to tho city, village or townships. Such municipalities or section") of them which havo voted dry under municipal option laws will remain dry, but towns whose ealoons wero ousted by counties voting ns a whole will be subject to tho reopening of bars as soon as the Licen sing Committee of tho State can mako arrangements. TWO DEAD IN AUTO MISHAP Chauffeur and Man Passenger Killed; Woman Probably Fatally Hurt. DATTON, O., Nov. B.-Edlson L. Rhino hart, a chauffeur nnd John Papp, were killed and Mrs. Mary Balorln probably fatally Injured here this morning whon a touring car toro through the coping of tho bridge over Mad River nnd fell 35 feet. Papp and Mrs. Balorln were cross ing the bridge on foot when tho auto mobile, running at a. high rate of speed, failed to make the turn and crashed into them carrying them with the wrcck ago of the bridge rail and wall Into the bank of the river. ACCIDENTAL SHOT PATAIi Man Was Wounded While Hunting Deer Near Egg Harbor. EGG HARBOR, N. J.. Nov. B. Frank Shorp, tho young deer hunter who was shot In the Weymouth woods on Tues day morning, died In the Atlantic City Hospital this morning following an op eration. At tho ttmo of the accident Shorp said he felt suro tho shot had been fired by Charles Campbell, who was standing about 30 yards away. Camp bell was brought before Magistrate Hauscr, but the latter, could not find enough evidence to hold him. EXPECT HEIR TO SAYItES President Wilson May Soon Become a Grandfather. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., Nov. B.-The calling of two trained nurses to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Sayre In dicate that Presldont Wilson may soon become a grandfather. Mrs. Sayro was Miss Jessie Wilson, and was married on November 23 last The Sayres have lived here since the wed ding, Mr. Sayre being assistant to Presi dent Garfield, of Williams College. DRAWS ?2000; DISAPPEARS Believe Wealthy Coal Man Met With Poul Play. NEW YORK, Nov. 5. Foul play Is sus pected In the mysterious disappearance of William R. Watson, 65 years old, presi dent of the Colonial Coal Company. Po lice were asked today to search for Wat son, who was last seen Thursday after noon, shortly after he had drawn J2000 In cash from a bank. "But this sunshine is so beautiful," the fairies said, coajdngly. "Well you may think so all you wish," replied Goldy tartly, "I want rain just now and it don't rain. Oh dear, I think it's a horrid world and I'm so unhappy." The fairies looked around at the worm sne didn't like. The sun was shining, the birds were singing, the flowers blooming, and everybody but Goldy seemed happy. "It s no use," said the biggest queen fairy, we can't make her happy no body can make anybody happy. Each one must make himself happy bv happy thoughts." v" y "But we don't like to see unhappy fairies," said the other fairies all together. You don't have to sethem." the biggest fairy said. "Goldy shall not live with us any more." And with a wave of her magic wand the biggest queen fairy made a wish. Instantly Goldy was changed from a fairy queen to a gold fish and was swimming in the water at the fairies' feet I "".K '&, the basest fairy queen, "she shall stav fnvPi" And would you believe it? away from the sunshine and the breezes little Goldy became very happy) Per haps because she saw fewer beauti ful things she was happier with what she had. Anyway, she changed to her old nappy self and went swimming gaily down the brook. And that is the reason why goH fishes look so much like fairies they really are fairies! Fairies who have been changed to fish And they are always happy and gay because they have learned to enjoy everything they see and have, without fretting for something they can't have I CepurtaM, til), Olara liffratn Judwn. IVmmtom ThtWtrmttm Bud't DREADNOUGHTS FAIL TO LURE THE BRITISH TO GERMAN WATERS English Fleet Dodges Trap Designed to Pick Off Pur suing Warships, One by One. LONDON. Nov. B. That four German dreadnoughts and four German orulscri took part In Tues day's engagement oft tho east coast of England Is confirmed by tho crew of tho steam drifter Garrlglll. According to tho skipper of the drifter tho German ships appeared through the mist about 16 mile cast-northeast of Lowostoft nt 7 o'clock In tho morning. Tho firing at tho British cruiser Hnlcyon lasted 15 minutes. Tho skipper also says that two British submarines. In addition to tho D-5, which was sunk by striking a mine, pursued the Germans. Next to tho Turkish situation, the nppenranco of German warships oft tho const of Euglnnd Is causing most of tho discussion in this country today. There Is a disposition among naval men to be lieve thnt no serious raid was Intended, but that tho Germans hoped to Induce British warships to follow them, and by laying mines as they retired, to catch some of tho bigger ships, as they did the submarine D-5. Telegraphing from Yarmouth regard ing the raid made by tho German aquad ron In tho North Sea, tho correspondent of tho Times says: "Tho light was so close to tho shore some of the shells dropped within a mllo of the beach, one exploding within a few hundred yards of tho naval air station on the south side of Yarmouth." U. S. SHOULD PROTEST TO GERMANY, SAYS BACON Invasion of Belgium Broke Treaty With ITs, He Holds. NEW YORK. Now 5.-Bcfore sailing for Euiopo yesterday on the Lusltnnla, Rob ert Bacon, ex-Secretary of Stnte, later Ambassador to France and now partner of J. P. Morgan, said: "With the treaties between England, France and Germany respecting Belgian neutrality we havo no diplomatic connec tion. But In Tho Hague Convention wo have a real and Intimate concern. That convention was signed bv tho United States and slgnod nnd ratified by Ger many, making It a treaty between Ger many and the United States. "In admittedly violating that conven tion. Germany broke a treaty solemnly made with the United States. "Ahe Tho Hague conventions to becomo 'scrapB of paper' without protest from this Government? If tho treaties made at Tho Hague nre to be so lightly re garded then why not all other treaties? It Is our solemn duty to protest against a violation of pledges formally enterod into between this Government nnd any other Government, nnd we assume a heavy moral responsibility when we re main silent." EXPLORER REACHES CANADA Commander of Wrecked Stefansson Ships Thinks Eight Men Perished. OTTAWA. Ontario, Nov. 6. -Captain Robert Bartlett, commander of th Kar luk, tho Stefansbon polar exploring ship wrecked In the Ice off Wrnngcl Island, Siberia, arrived here today. He asserted thoro was llttlo hope for tho safety of the eight members of the ship's company who left the Island In search of shelter and food. Ho also said Stefansson probably would succeed In crossing the Ice of Coronation Gulf to BankB Island, as originally plan ned. Tho captain will leave here In a few days for New York. BURGLARS BEAT WOMEN Steal $7000 In Jewels While They Are Unconscious. NGW YORK, Nov. S.-Detectlves here are making a systematic search today for two burglars who attacked and robhed Mrs. Llbby Burns, 73 years old, and a young companion, Silas Butler, In the Burns home, M7 Lenox avenue, vnipninv The men escaped with Jewelry valued at J7000. Mrs. Burns Is the widow of n 6th avenue restaurant keeper. She suffered a broken right rib, a wound five Inches long on the scalp and many bruises. She Is In a serious condition. Miss Butler Is suffering from bruises and a scalp wound. The two men rushed Into the hall and began assaulting the women with black jacks. The victims were stunned, and when they recovered consciousness they discovered the Jewels had been stolen. ST. LOUIS GETS MONUMENT Daughters of Confederacy Will Un veil It Saturday ST. .uOUIS. Nov. 6. The annual Mis souri State convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy opened here today at the Planters' Hotel and will continue three days. Addresses of welcome by officers of the local chapters and re sponses by the State officers marked the opening. Chief among the activities of the convention will be the unveiling and pre sentation to St. Louis on Saturday of a monument to the Confederate soldiers and their cause. TEACHERS TO HEAR EXPERTS Educational Authorities Will Address 7000 Wisconsin Instructors. MILWAUKEE, Nov. B.-Jane Addams. Prof. Hugo Muenaterberg, of Harvard; President C. B. Van Hlsc. of Wisconsin University; David N, Snedden, Commis sioner of Education for Massachusetts, and several other prominent educators of the country are on the program to speak before the teachers of Wisconsin here during the three-day convention which opened today. Nearly 7000 teachers are here for the meeting. MODERN PAKCIN'O CHAS. J. COLL & SONS 22 S. 40th Street ADULTS' CLASS TONIGHT Children's glass Sat. Afternoon MISS MARGUERITE C WALZ Studio of Modern Dances 160 WALNUT BTREJW Mr. Blbabeta W. Reed, Cbaperoaa, Spruce 3231. THM MODERN DANCES Private Lassoes 4 Oleosa Tausbt Anywhere. Studio. ITS Maaaeus St Pb . Ota isSS Miaa SLOANB and MB. BHOlBT TU JbsalS 'QUERIES EH and S ANSWERS QuttUont submitted la "Ledger Cen trot," situated n tr Beat F.tlatt Trust Building, at TtnaA and Chestnut streets. uMII be ottswered In thit column. Q. I would llko to know where the term "Kuorllla" warfare originated or nns d rlvod n H. E A. The Spanish-Guerilla meaning "lit tle war" was first applied to armed peasants who worried the French Armies during the Peninsular War, 1803-H. Q How fnr In it from Darby to ,Crum 1- nno by trnlley. nnil nbout how long .nocjj It tako to go there? J. H. T. A. Crum Lynne Is nbout six miles from Dm by by trolley and the trip takes nbout 23 minutes. Q. How may one o to Tompklnsvlllo, Stat en Islanl, New York? M. J O A By tulng either Pennsjlvanla Rnll rond or Philadelphia and Reading Rail road to New York, thence St. George's Ferry and the Statcn Island Rapid Tran sit Company. Q. Who constructed the t'elmont tunnel un Her the East nter tn T-oni; tstand cm New York, ami about how long did It tako' A. The construction of tho Belmont Tunnel wns started by the New York nnd Long Island Rallrond, July 12, 190r. and wns prnctlcnlly completed January 1, 1308 The tunnel Is commonly known as tho stationary tunnel. Q bout nlmt was tho cotton crop of ttio United States for tho yenr mil" C. T. 11. A. According to a atatoment furnliheil by the New York Commercial nnd Finan cial Chronicle the crop of 1115 wns 14,123, 902 bnlcs. Q 'What la the faro from Willow Ornto to Haston Ma IJojlestonn, and hew long; doe It take to make tho trip? I- n It : A. The faro from Willow Grove to Caston via Dolcstown Is 70 cents ono way, and time consumed will be approxi mately 2 hours and 45 minutes. Q. Will yon please tclt mo whit the birth utonc is for the month of No ember" A. According to the list as adopted bv the Ameilcan Nntlonal "Retail Jow eli'rs' Association, tho blrthstono for No vember Is tho topaz. CHICAGO MEN TO TAKE COURSE IN JANIT0R0L0GY Now "College" Opens Under Aus pices of the Y. M. C. A. CHICAGO. Nov. C And now Chlcngo Is to have "high school janitors" tutored men boasting degrees, diplomas and the like, ns proof of graduation In the art of "firing up when It's cold," sweeping dtistlessly and doing It all noiselessly. Chicago's college of janltorology was opened up last night under the auspices of the T. M. C. A. The curriculum has already been determined every apart ment dweller can guess It, but there are a few professorships still open. The Question of whether thcro shall bo secret societies or Greek letter fraterni ties Is ono which the school management Is going to leave wholly In tho hands of tho student body. Arthur L. Ward, educational director of the Y. M. C. A., Is on the trail of a master In sweeping who can lead the classes In broom drills designed to elim inate the germ distribution from that process. And not only will tho class pins worn by the Janitors of the future mean uni form heat In accordance with weather and sanitary sweeping. Mrs. Tcnnnt may gaze upon that pin and forget her fears for the mahogany piano soon to be moved. Thero Is a class on tho "proper way to handle furnlturo," and tho Instructor has pledged himself to Instruct his pupils against the general practlco of striving to knock corners off walls and doors off hinges when moving polished furnlturo In tho course, which embodies "win dow washing and scrubbing," there Is also hope for forlorn tenants. The man agement of the school lmB decided against a policy of taking the class Into different apartment houses for practical Instruction. PURITY CONGRESS OPENS Alms to Teach Morals and End Pub lic Vice. KANSAS CITY, Nov. 5.-Promotlon of the single standard of morals, eradica tion of white slavery, tho annihilation of public vice, safe and snne Instruction In sex hygiene and careful scientific study of all the phases of the social purity move ment was the aim of the World's Purity Congress, which convened here today In a four-days' session. Discussions by prominent men and women will cover all phases of these sub jects In debates and arguments as well as addresse. PURCHASE APARTMENT HOUSE American Realty Company of Phila delphia Buy New York Property. NEW TOIIK. Nov. B.-The six-story elevator apartment house at KO and 4S1 West 123d street has been bought by the American Realty Company, of Phlladel phla, from the Nason Bealty Company, The latter concern acquired the prop erty last August from Edward A. Kerbs, who procured It the previous month dur ing a foreclosure action against the Now York Beal Estate Security Company on a bid of J103.000. The American Realty Com pany gave four vacant properties In At lanta City In part payment. Oregon's Immense Wheat Crop SALEM. Ore., Now 5 Oregon's wheat crop for the year ending October 1 amounted to 16,685,000 bushels, according to figures announced today by State La bor Commissioner Hon. RESORTS CALIFORNIA HOTEL GREEN,PASADENA VIRBPKOOPMEVA.TIOX 1000 PBET Tbe do luxe Hotel of Southern California V. B. PLUMKII. GENERAL MANAQBR B. F. CUSHING. ASS T MANAGER THE LANDOFSUNSHINEAND FLOWEIIS" rtnrit Winter Climate lo the World. "Winter rendtivoua for America's moit rep resentative famllWi. 300 miles of boulevards for motoric". Four splendid golf courses. SOCIAL DIVERSIONS, NOTED ORCHESTRA POLO TENNIS PURBJ WATER Frank T. Keatlnr, N. Y Representative SS9 8th Av.MStu St.) Phone Murray Hill 3061. MPTEL BENNIIS AILANIICCITT W.J. IN AUTUMN Prorldes a chirm of comfort and ease araldet charaoterUtla environ ment that has established it a aa Ideal seaehore home. Directly on the ocean front. Capacity COO. WALTER 3. BTJZBT. LAKKWOOD N. jr. OAK COURT X BtsOara tatal wHb quiet air or deaestlaHy 4 hosaaltke atmanEara, i. jTWISomntiBMi, uv. BRITISH RESERVE STRENGTH HURLED AGAINST GERMANS Kaiser, Unable to Win Be fore, Now Faces Stupend ous Task Against Added Territorials, Says Expert. By J. W. T. MASON NEW Tome, Nov. B.-The admission by tho British War Ortlco that the London Scottish Itcglmcnt Is now on the firing line In Belgium means the Immense re serve strength of the British Empire Is coming Into effcctlvo uso. Tho London Scottish Is tho first Territorial regiment that has Joined tho British expeditionary fcrco on tho Continent Tho Territorial army of England corresponds to Amer ica's National Guard. When war began Lord Kitchener de clined to rush the Territorials to tho Con tinent, although tho need for men wns gront. He decided that tho citizen army Store Opens 8:30 A. M. The Grand mils amid Specially Priced Of the suflits- a huiinidlred amd fifty omit of our own stocks have Just Ibeemi repriced at $2Bo Tlhere are probably twemityfive styles nnn the lot broadcloths, serges, dnagonuals, popMnns amd so oe; plane or trSmiinnied with velvet airad f iuircloth ; browmis, greeinis, planum shades, mavy amd bflacko All of these are froinm a maun who makes more high thami low priced slants amd ns accustomed accordnmigly to torannng oint heaimtnfiuil work. Oune ho midred sMits are specially priced at $U5the work of a maim who specializes inn the simpler thimigs amd cam be depended oo to tinrira oat the most qtnality for the momiey0 Fifty aftenrnoomi amid eveiraiirng dresses eewly redmced to $11.5. A groimp as full off 3 interest as it is miscelflaimeoiuisainid nnothimig the matter with it but the fact that the dresses have beemi here too lomig. AND OTHER- GOWNS AT $25 little rack in one of the Gray Salomis. meed a stitch here amid some miew there or a good pressing. (First Floor, Central) JOHM WANAMAKEH PHILADELPHIA needed several months' continuous train ing to davelop Its efllclenoy. Tills stage in tho development of the conflict has been regarded as a, decisive one for the German hopes. If the Ger man General Staff could not win a great victory beforo tho reserve strength began to Appear the advantage the Allies would possess has seemed to be unmistakable. No such victory has been gained, and the first British Territorial regiment has nrrlved at the front. Henceforth, pre sumably, there will be a continuous In crease of Great Britain's military strength on tho Continent. Tho pressure of these reinforcements should soon exert great Influence on the Franco-Belgian cam paign. The defeat of the three British cruisers and a supply ship by Ave German cruisers off the Chilian coast demonstrates the hopelessness of n greatly Inferior force attacking n superior Power at sea. It shows how hazardous would bo an offer of battle by tho German high seas fleet safely resting In home harbors. The Ger mnn preponderance In the Chilian battle is not adequately represented by the pro portion of five to three The German heavy armanent aggregated 16 8.2-Inch guns, 12 n.D-lnch guns nnd 30 4 1-Inch guns. The British vessels had 2 9 2-Inch guns nnd 32 8-Inch guns. With anything llko equal efficiency this difference In arma nent, particularly that between 16 8.2-Inch rifle") nnd two 9 2-Inch guns, must havo resulted In success for the Germans. Chief credit for the victory Is in tho naval strategy that brought It about. How tho British squadron came to be In WANAMAKEITS Organ Plays Tomorrow at and Dresses nil i r - m.'m stance, and why It tverrnlttod ltit,i be Inveigled Into a fight with to nuperle a force. In the necond claee. ara dli turblng queries tor the British Admiral ty. NEWSPAPERS AID SCIENCE Physician Pmlses Spreading ot 2&dt1 cal Announcement. iBALTEMOIlB, Nov. .-With the Ut ment that the mightiest of medicine is the press, Dr. It K. Ulrshberr, President of the American Association for Clinical Research, opened the sixth annual con vention of that organltatlon today. The sessions will last for three days. "The press, aa It is shown in the livv Unco of the radium and the FriedmanN fiasco, does more good when it spreads at first hand all medical announcements', good, bad and Indifferent, than when It withholds news by virtue of a secret agreement with some self-appointed medi cal committee or society," Doctor Hlrsh berg declared. It's "Greater Blchmond" Now RICHMOND, Vs., Nov. t-Thls capital of tho "Old South" totfay became greater Richmond. By annexation of adjacent Henrico County land the city limits were extended and the prefix of "Greater" will hereafter be used by all boosting com mercial organizations. Store Closes 5:30 P. M. 9, 11 and 5:15 Reduced iss30ini a These chifffoe X iTaTTi - icii,Tir;T fiiiiii.J.1 1 m mi wataiaiis-n -Tirir im ,vr r sueh Inferior tranrth. tn lha' ' k rt - I aU IS!wlB ia" M f-BB&t .. -, TDrmm