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.Whites From Kottcrdum Dovetail
Willi Communists' Piopa
K'nitltt In Amcrica.
Illy Associated Prois.J
Nl.H "iORK. Nov. 11.?Inspection
<?. tli* erows ahead of tho passengers
?"i in.-omiiig <>liJ|?m was ordered hero
advices from Tlio Hague that
?"vist agitators "ara headed for
?'?Hi' ricu" through Holland as a clear
? house, Frederick A. Wall Is. Immi
1 lotion commissioner, announced to
. 1-omniun t Ing on Rotterdam news
?i- Bolshevist ayentu aro planning'
tlnj "ilnal battle of communism
thoX'nitcd States," tho commls
??ncr said: "Word from Rotterdam j
??'. Kenlne's and Trotaky'8 outlit Jn i
i. i.^sia propones to send an army of
Rolshcvlst missionaries to tho !
I nlie.j .states dovctalln in with the'
? iiakanda. of Communists already I
? !??? that tlnal battle Is to Ijc fought j
? ? " in Amcrica."
I ani lully aware that the Hoi- ?
vist agitators who aro heading j
A met Ira do not /seek ad .-illusion |
? aliens. The prospect of belnj put
?rnugh the fieve on Kills island
? ??d being luizeed and searched by
? boards of special In.miry in not
-btlght for them, so they aro striving
'?> gain admission to the United State?;
seamen. l-'rom several different i
? j 'j rces i have received information
attempts to bribe members of the
? e w s of ships. The radicals conic
< Ithcr as stowaways or seamen.
In the last few days I received a!
ier from J?r. S. U Veen*tra. pro-,
o onicer of The Netherlands de
i .tmciit of Justice, in which I am'
rnlshrd valuable leads in thi: tnal"'
?? r. Writing :nc from The Hague. Dr.
\ ecn&tra emphasises what he hinted
? rne when he was lately in this!
? ??untry, that the Invasion of Holland'
radlcalo and a widespread dread
?' ItolNhevism are the combining ln
J<n?-es which aro causing many of'
?e beat families in Holland to sell '?
? r homes and come to tho United
-'?.HtCB.-'
GROOM GARY AS CANDIDATE
FOR MAYOR OF NEW YORK
"V.'.?.,0*- ""rd M",r" S,r" ' "f|>?ri
?loli to I rr.ldrnry of f.onniry."
[I?y United Newa.J
s '*\V YORK, Nov. 11.?While
Democratic and Republican leaders j
wrestling with tlio problem of ?
orn to velvet jus candidates for the I
' ithcotning mayoralty contest In
?ew "i ork City, tho name of Klhert 1
'I. Gary, head of tho United States 1
>?eel Corporation, has been advanced.
In a communication from Associate
Professor Rufun D. Smith, of the De
.'?itment of Government and Public
' 'nomy at New York University,
?i>ry is held to be tho man to take
??P the Mayoralty Job, which, "nest j
i j that of the President of the United
Mates, is the biggest Job i:i lhe coun
1" ? and should not be occupied by'
. ? -i:??jt polltleiatib or idealists nils'
- who do not know the tirst rtidi
? rita of bubtne^ practice and el
"? ??.ncy."
TO PROSECUTE CLUB HEADS
% luhnmn Stntr Kn f orre m rn I Director!
">?ear* Out WorrxnlM .\Ri|nat
lonntry (lult OMrrr>.
f By Associated I'rcis.j
IMRMINOIIam, AI .A.. Nov. U.? |
? ?nr;?'. W. .\ti?tln. State prohibition
torcim.nl otliner. declared today
"? ii- will prosecute oilicers of the
I: rmingham Country Cluli as the rr
U't of raids last night. In which lie
??*'i iie seized quantities of liquor,
w. Austin has sworn out warrants
. ^ii.nst the secretary ar.J porter at
i ' Country Club. He stated he
found live gallons of whisky stored
GAVE UP HOPE OF
BEING WELLAGAIN!
Since Taking Plant Juice She
Kclntes Wonderful Story^of
Health Jtcguined.
NO LONGER FF.ARSOPERATION
Now (iocs About for the First
Time in Years, All Due
to Plant Juice.
When the delicate machinery of the
stomach is not working harmon
iously, the stomach not digesting the
lood properly, poisons are retained
in tho system which should bo ex
pelled.
The new herbal stomach remedy,
i Iant Juice, assists nature by caus
ing the stomach to properly digest
tho tood, when it promptly dissolves
<?r neutralizes ail tho poisonous acids
'hat fermenting food has left In the
stomach, and tho digestive machin
ery thus relieved of this hampered
accumulation, goes naturally and
normally about it* work of dlKe3
Hon without help of any kind. Plant
?luico counteracts acid formation In
the stomach, and so-called dyspepsia
and indigestion vanish never to re
turn. rt
Among the thousands of local tes
V,?Jeenianon?rCC,C,VC^ Plant
?In Ice, nono is of greater interest
?han tho htatemcnt of Mrs. Edward
A. Walston, a popular lad? of
and Neck. N. C., who has rested
?"lero for 20 years. Sho says
I had been sick for a long t|mc
"id my stomach was In a very bad
eondition; I felt weak and miserable
V not aloep and was all run down'
".^3. 1? J t,,at 1 hafl call-stones and
ouid have to have an operation, but
when 1 went to tho hospital I was
old I was too wjak to stand it. r
1W1 ? *cn O-l! hopes of recovery,
;'*J,r.ad takc" 1 number of different
mi Iti i'CS .and bccn und<?'" treatment,
who' h J10? uCt U'7 bettcr- A friend
m? i? . ^akon rfunt JuIc0- bcc?fcd
"e LV?7.. 'S? 1 Kot a bott,c to
i . sori Vi' Wou,d d0 f?r m,;. as a last
lief } i ro8ults were beyond be
?? seviVn\0 ,ak,cn plant Jui'-? now
several vccks and feel llko a
AS f?r ?a"-3tonos. i
.iVlt.J 1 . e wns ncvor ?U0li a
''""K. 1 sleep fine at nlrht and h-LT-e
?? splendid appetite for my meals 5
l """ ?
" ill , .1? n "ut of lho 1?C"9C for
.*? i nm H J CO iK wonderful,
"a
?ri2SX'nSi'StS? ,n R,chraond
Mo'rrlson?'^!8 o'rn^ by
Co.?Adv. *-*M? City Dnig
$85 a Month Janitor
Falls Heir to $53,000
| IIy Aaaoclated rrtw.]
KOHT WAYSK, I.ND4 X?v. It,?
Ikarlrn \Uarl?<, an |SVa-montli
Janitor at Ikr City Hall fcfff,
Iriart on the handle of hla krouin
lung runoch to read a letter ta
day nnd then a fen' honra later
atarte?t to California to claim a
Mt-avrc fralt Karat oa the out.
akirta of Han Knuclioo, aad $-8,
OOO de|?oalted In a fcaak there.
The letter Informed him that
hla brother had died, leaving bit
eatate to the Janitor abd a alater,
Mra. Caroline lloernaan, of Bnr
llnicton, lad. The farm la mp
prnlxeil for taxation at
according to the letter.
GIRLS ARE THRESHED FOR
DISRESPECT TO WAR DEAD
Sans, llanrrd and llaaied Tin Cwna
During; Momenta of Solemn
Silence.
(Ily Associated fret's.]
I.OX DON. Nov. 11.?Tli ft gill e.m
ploj'M iii the ofliocK of Sylvia I'.tnk
hur."t's Coinmunlatlc paper, The
Workut' Dreadnaught, In Fleet
Si root, were t hreshed iiiul the oflicen
upnet Just after 11 o'clock today by
an angry crowd.
'/'he leader" of Dm party ?which
raided tlie ollb'e.s alleged that "Hiring
ihe two miriutcts of solemn nilence i:>
iioiior of tlie fallen d?'ad. an provided
for :n this Armistice Day progt it>i.
come of tlie women !n tlie oliiuf: were
".sinking, dancing and banging tin
cans."
l-'lah ('lieap nt Xetv Hern.
NEW lilC I IN. N. C.. Nov. 11.?Ue
twecn S00 and 000 drum, an odibla
fish were oxtered on the N?"w Hem
market today at prices ranging tram
i.O to 7f> cents each. The lish aver
a?:e from twenty-five to lifty poundrt
eucli. Two years ago linh of the
same kind and size ?ol?l hero at
prices ranging from to J-5 each.
A local il?!ierm:m yesterday made a
catch of drum near Cape Halt' im of
about 2rO'?0 pound*.
Ilarltera Co Ilui'k to Old l'ricea.
MACON. OA.,,Nov. 11.?lie turn to
pre-war prices in whaven and hair
outs lias been made In thlH city
through tins announcement of sev
eral barber shops of reduction* from
'l't cents to lA cents In the prlceis of
t-havoK, and of haircuts from JO cent.i
to f:fnil.
Il.vlan Declares He Whs Yicliini/ril:
in Inlcrcsl of tho Lime
stone Iling.
[By Associated Tress.]
NEW YORK. Nov. 1!.?Under!
gcvero questioning by the comralt
tee's counsel. Mayor John l-\ Ilylan,
on the witncisK stand before the joint
legislative committee investigates,
the building trust today, admitted ho j
had been inadc ?? victim of John T.
Ilettrlck's "labor Uflion game in the
interests of the limestone ring."
Hotly resenting any imputations
that any "personal Interest" had
caused him to submit to the requests
of Ilettilck, alleged promoter of tho
contractor.-! clearing house for bid
dinr. Mayor Ilylan said lie had been
I "looled" into sending suggestions
ruad" by llettrlck to tho building
j committee of the board of education
j that resulted in contracts Involving
i $15,000,000 worth of work going to
i stone contractor.- instead of terra
c'.t'a in'.cre::*..'.
The suggestions contained i:i a
letter to the board of education "ex
plaining" the advantage of lir.ie
stonc over tetra cotta, Mayor Hyian
said were based solely upon informa
tion contained .In a memorandum
drafted for him by llettrlck, whom
he said he did not know. This let
ter, Mr. L'ntermycr branded a3 puro
fabrication and a pack of lie.--.
While the Mayor was on the stand,
he was continually in a clar'.i with
! Samuel L'ntcrmyer. of the committees
' counsel. It was a battie of wits,
? which brought demonstrations lrom
j tho largo crowd of spectators who
j Jammed the hearing chamber ami
j tilled the lobby of city hall. Several
! times Senator Loekwood. chairman
! of the committer, threatened toxica
itl.e room if the noisy demonstrations
continued.
Mr. L'ntcrmyer declared that "labor
STATE INSPECTOR OF
FACTORIES TESTIFIES
j in my back over my kidneys, my feet
i swelled till I had to Htay in several
; days because I couldn't set my idioe:?
"Yes, Mir. I hope everybody in Vir-| on, and 1 had frequent attacks of
ginia. will see niy statement, and nausea.
that every one suffering from stomach ; "I was-' |n a fearful fix, but when I
trouble und run-down condition will began t&Uing Tanlac my trouble* left
tali* Tan lac," said Jerry !?'. Miller, rne quicker than theyjiad come. Two
tate Factory Inspector for the Work- i bottles put me on my feet, and I've
men'H Compensation Bureau, resldinc ! gJinid back the ten pounds I lost,
at HO Eleventh Avenue, Iloanoke, Va. i I'm all right no*', and expect to rc
"I knew what Tanlac would do for' main that way, for I shall heed the
nie when I got it. for my jiarcnts are! llrut danger signal ar.d get a bottle
Tanlac enthuBia-stn. and had I been i of Tanlac."
horn* I'd not have had that spell of' Tanlac in sold isi Richmond at
indigestion that knocked mc out. lie-! Tragic Drug Company,- Grant Drug
Ing on the go all the time, and eat-[ Company and by C. W. Uaton.?Adv.
?
On the Fifth Floor today arc specially priced tables
of drapery materials. Reduced for disposal.
19c Table
Formerly sold to 15c. On this table tind cretonnes,
plain and novelty scrims, in a variety of patterns and
colors.
59c Table
Including Cretonnes formerly selling to .$1.25. York
town draperies in light and dark colorings, formerly
selling to $1.40.
$1.25 Table
Formerly $1.75. Including Sunfast draperies in all
wanted colors?light and dark. 3G inches wide.
Just for Friday
(SECOND FLOOR)
Disposal of Silks
Formerly Selling from $2.50 to $5.00
Choice at $1.95 Yard
$5.00 TINSEL VESTING
Purple and gold, 18 inches wide.
$3.50 FLEU BE SOIE
Light, Copen, taupe and black;
40 inches wide.
$2.50 KIMONO SATIN
Old rose and olive grounds, / Choice
printed in lovely designs; 32
inches wide.
$4.50 PRINTED GEORGETTES
Tan and navy grouuds. 40
inches wide.
$2.50 CREPE DE CHINE
Black, ivory and full line of
light and dark shades; 40 inches
wide.
$2.25 SATIN MINUETTE
Black, brown, navy and taupe,
40 inches wide.
$2.50 TUB SATIN
Heavy, durable quality; flesh
and ivory; 36 inches wide.
$3.00 MIBBY SERGE
, All wool, dark navy only; 54
inches wide. / Second Floor.
$1.95
Yard
leader rollovers" had "quite a
clique" present to applaud favorable
remark!) made by the witness.
Senator Abram Kaplan also op- 1
posed Mr. Untermyor'.-* method of ex
amination of tlie Mayor, declaring'
that the committee's counsel was
"indulging in too many sido remaris*
I thai, have nothing to do with tills
investigation, largely ior the benellt
of the gallery."
^TURKISH-ARMENIAN TRUCE 1
lluiltvay Station at
Alcznndroplc.
! l.ONDON, Nov. 11.?An armistico '
has been signed between ?he Ar
| m??nians and the Turkish .National- i
l?tn. It is announce.l in an Armenian ,
I communique, dated November 1, re
ceived here today.
I The armistice condition" give the
j Turks possession of the fortress and
railway station of Alexandrople and
| the surrounding districts during the
l*:ucc negotiations.
| The Turk?, It Is stated, guarantee
the ^safety of the inhabitants of tin:
city and the maintenance of order.
The r*iu.'<al of all powers to ac
cept the mandate, over Armenia has
j put the Armenian problem directly
up to the league of nations, which Is
admittedly powerless to act.
Matin declares that unless the
allies act to save Armenia the Turk
lah treaty may be considered as an
j other "scrap of paper."
I TRAIN BANDITS FOILED
"IN ROBBERY ATTEMPT
j Safe Thrown Off Sperdiuic Ktprr<^
h Recovered !?>? Crrw aif Freight
Knilonlac.
COLUMBIA. S. C? Nov. 11.?Tho
| express messenger's safe, containing
; 116,000, on train No. SB, Charlotte I>i
? vision of the Southern Hallway, was
j thrown off at Sharpe, a station about
i tlfteen miles from Columbia, today
i by train robbers, wha. hehl up the
i meatfenjter. Ilefore the bandits could
get back to the place where the safe
i was thrown orT the crew of a freight
train passing the s:pot recovered the
receptacle.
GREENWICH VILLAGE TO I
UNDERGO REGENERATION:
I.tiI i 11 Ijiiurlri1 o/ .Now York Soon to
He Hestoied to Status of
Respectability.
(IIv Associated Press )
XI-:W VuKK, Nov. 11.?Complete ie
Keneration oC Greenwich village, the
I.atln quarter of N?w York, until it
will bocomc unattractive to sight
seers anil "morbid-minded persons
witli a Jaded appetite for sensation."
was predicted in the annual report
of Police Commissioner JSnrlglit '.*>
Mayor llylan, made public today.
Tin) report enumerated great lm
prov'enient.? in the moral tone of that
section within the past two years and
said it would noon be "restored to
its previous status of a respectable
residential and business neighbor
hood."
The commissioner said. "A certain
loolisli and degenerate appetite for
the unusual or sensational, mostly ro
erulted from outside New York, pro
moted by sight-seeing car grafters
and other parasites, kept questiona
ble resorts alive and proved that
liariiirn was riirht' regarding the
mental oap;i :ity or some people."
Mr. Knright also iri tlci'/.ed the
newspaper* for publishing "exagge
rated reports of <riine waves."
?These very agencies." the report
continued, "contrary t<j all their gen
erally understood principles lost no
opportunity to malign, belittle and
do* ry the police department."
Tfce department. during 1919. nc
cording to the report, m.ulo "1,162
arrests for general criminality, as
compared to 21,423 arrests during
11'IT, the year war was declared.
An?(rla Srrk* to Dntrr Lritur.
VIENNA, Xov. 11. --Austria, after
sounding the entente powers with
regard to her acceptability, has asked
admission to the. loajiue of nations,
according to -.lie newspapers here.
President Motta. of the Swiss Federa
tion, tile articles state, asked Sir Kric
I>ru:nmo;i?l. general secretary of the
league, with regarrl to the question
whether an application by Austria
would be acceptable, and Sir Uric re
plied in the affirmative.
Three Fit* toon F. a k! BroAd Street.
HATS
FURS
HATS
FURS
SMART TURBANS!
The Hat for All Occasions
The Turban is truly the utility cliapeau. When
the wind blows the snug turban stays on the bead.
At the afternoon party nothing is so smart as the
turban. For dance wear then indeed is the turban
the hat for comfort.
The materials arc Duvetyne, Velvet, Feathers,
Metal Cloth, Plain and Fur Trimmed. The prices?
$5.00 $7.50 $9.00 $12.50
?FINE FURS?
No Discounts
But
Honest Values?
And
WE STAND BEHIND THE FUJtS WE SEL1..
The
Far East Restaurant
HOI East Broad Street, Richmond, Va.
.Special Sunday Dinner, 12 >"oon to S T. M.
Soup Cream of Tomato
Roast Turkey with Cranberry Sauce .$1.25
Fried Spring Chicken in Family Style J.00
Roast Prime Ribs ofe Beef. 75c
Roast Pork and Apple Sauce 75c
Roast Veal and Dressing 75c
Mashed Potato Sweet Peas
Fruit Salad Mince Pic
Dessert
Dread and Butter . Tea or Coffee
Cliixie.se Dinner
Chicken Mushroom Soup
Fried Chicken, Canton Style, and Chicken Chaw
Main $1.00
Chicken Chop Suey and Chaw Main with Meat. . 75c
Rice and Tea or Coffee
Dessert
Mixed Chinese Fruit
With the above order we will serve Soup, Vegetable
i . i i and Dessert.
THREE DIE WHEN SHIP'S
FUEL TANKS EXPLODE
i Ilodlrx Ilinrmrrr^ in Karnril III
Hundo Brlon Urcko Ikb Murn
li>K?Mnr Hurt.
I NEW YOKK, Nov*. 11.?Three bodies
I vv-^ro discovered tlil.s morning Sn the
I hold of tho MoiRiiii lm? steamship
' 101 .Muudo. on which nine men wcro
! serloUbly injured yesterday when one
of tho vessel's fuel tanks exploded
, while nho waa tied tip ti> her Hudson
I liver pier. I,ut<-s: reports from the
resellers last night indicated that
there had been no loss of life. Tlirt
bodies were discovered early today
in the burned area8 he. low decks.
Kt Mundo today i!?-.-j beached or;
READ THE LIST
! Of Knot*. Ilrrhx, Ilnrlia anil Berrien.
?It Telln the Story
Of the merit combined in Hood's
Sarsaparil'.a as a medicine for ca
tarrh, rheumatism, scrofula and
other ills of tho blood, stomach, liver
and kidneys.
Sar^aparilla. yellow dock. stil
'Ingla, blue Hag. guaiuc?alteratives,
blood-puritiors and tonics.
' Mandrake and dandelion?anti
bilious and liver remedies.
Wlntergreen and bitter orange
I p/>p;?tonics. appatliters. digestives.
Juniper berries, uva ursl and pip
! sissewa?great Uidncy remedies.
i Gentian root, wild cherry?stomach
tonics?and otlints of value.
Uconoiny and true merit are com
| bined in Hood's Sarsapsrilla.?Adv.
: viai? M ?;u-m.
DIAMONDS
" fho most desirable of all g
? pioscnts is a Diamond. When ?
? you givo one, just think you _
g liavo given tbo best. Wo
? have a very largo selection of ?
Diamonds, and will bo glad B
to show you. ?
? 4Tlic Diamond Merchant* B
j. s.james :
? Jeweler and Optician, B
Seventh and Main Sts. ^
??; u: kmkkkkjkkjlJ
I
th<s Communipan' Flats. near ICllis
Island. Plro i\grhtcr? last night tow-/
cd tho blaririB ship out of the eon
bested ejection of tho harbor.
tinue his occupancy in tho building in
a determination handed down 'by th<
district rent commission, to which h*
appealed.
MONTARHF WIN^ FLIGHT Tho notice to vacate, served by tii
lYIUfllMUuL WIHO " lUn I Ha it da] il. ila?n<r Company, iiairrim:
TO HOLD HIS APARTMENT,lKV
WASIIINViTON. IJ. C\. Nov. 11.?
Kepresentative Andrew J. Montague,
of Virginia, who wan threatened with
ejection from his apartment in the
Avondalc, 17.11' l* titreet. Northwest,
lias been granted th?> rtaht t<> <???11
.isue would hav.? 10 move, -wa>
declared to be legally insufilcient un
der tlio 15ali act. in that the owner
did not desire tho apartment for h!
o'.vn occupancy.
Tho comniisHlon declared, in add1
tion. that the present rents! of >?."> ..
month is fair and reasonable.
A
L?- ionSXap/sr fcytiOh ^ ^
100 EAST BItOAD STREET.
Attractive
Under~ Things
Greatly Under-Priced
1 CAMISOLES
Pretty Flesh Colored Satin Camisoles, Lace,
Ribbon and Embroidery trimmed,
$1.48
TEDDIES
All-Silk Crepe de Chine. Ilcsh colored, in
tailored and.daintily trimmed models. All
sizes.
$2.95
11 SILK-JERSEY
|| PETTICOATS
Some are All Jersey, others have Satin or
^ Taffeta Flounces. There is a great profusion
1 f of stvles and colors,
' V
$3.95
W#
I
QUALITY
AND
SERVICE.
\ rashio)\ hJiop
100 EAST BROAD STREET.
STORE
HOURS:
?J A. M. TO
5:30 P. M.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY {
AN IMPRESSIVE DRESS SALE !
IMMENSE PURCHASE OF - j
ISILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES !
SPECIALLY BOUGHT FOR OUR OPENING AT ONE-THIRD TO ONE
IIALF OFF ORIGINAL WHOLESALE PRICES, AND PUT ON SALE
HERE AT ONE-THIRD TO ONE-HALF LESS THAN THEY WERE
ORIGINALLY INTENDED TO SELL.
Materials arc Duvetyne, Satin. Velvet, Georgette. Tricotine, Ve
lour, Poiret Twill, Mannish Serge and Unique Combinations.
Styles are the newest late fall developments, and colors arc only
the best selling shades. All sizes are plentiful and selections
should be easy.
DIVIDED INTO FOUR ATTRACTIVE GROUPS
$24.75 $29.50 $39.50 $49.50
SUPREME IN VALUE
THESE SUITS AT $69.50
HANDSOME COSTUME SUITS IN THE SEASON'S RICHEST MATE
RIALS?VELDYNE, PEACH BLOOM, DUVfiJT I>E LAINE, CHAMOIS
TYN, VELOUR, AND LAVISHLY TRIMMED WITH SQUIRREL, MINK.
REAVER, OPOSSUM AND SEAL. ALSO LOVELY EMBROIDERED
MODELS WITHOUT FUR TRIMMING. YOU MUST SEE AND FEEL
THESE SUITS TO FULLY REALIZE THE MAGNITUDE OF THE VAL
UES THEY REPRESENT.
SUITS OF AERO CLOTH
WITH NUTRIA COLLARS AT $49.50
Real Aero Cloth, in two shades only?Brown and Maroon, with
fine pin stripes. Very attractive styles. Collars are of real Nu
tria Fur. Sizes 16,18 and 20. Only twenty of these Suits were
allotted to us, so make your selection "early Friday.
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