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By MAUD McDOUG/UX. The "LawHes of the Seaavale**?the Organisation for war work of Sena ters' wlvea and daughters, of which Mrs. Marshall is head?bad an in teresting little function, yesterday, when in accordance with a half laughing suggestion of Mrs. Philan der Knox. one of the vice presidents, prises were awarded to those who had been most regular In their at tendance. The ladle? were invited to bring their lunch, and in the course of the ensuing "basket p?c ale" Mra. Knox told them that she found that Mrs. Joha F. Nugent. wife of the Senator from Idaho, had ?ot miased a single day In a month aad was clearly entitled to the flrst prise, which she forthwith presented ?a beautiful silver bowl decorated with a red cross In brilliant enamel. It developed that Mrs. Atlee Pome TWie. wife of the Senator from Ohio, had run Mrs. Nugent a close second. ?o ?he wa? given a consolation prize. It was altogether a most successful -Party.? Meanwhile, over at the Capitol. the Vice President was having an atgually successful party of a very different aort. He played the role of bond salesman for the movies. "?lrty-flve Senators marched up to tfce booth erected for the purpose and handed the Vice President bond pledges, while the cameras clicked. Most of the Senators having already bought bonds thought this bond braying was only "make believe'* and didn't count. But the Vice Presi dent refused to accept any but real pledges. Miss Margaret Wilson, who has mmen away since early in August, returned to the White House. Tues day ev-ntng Col. Edward M. House, who made tke President a flying visit early ln the week, has left "Washington. Sir Eric Geddes. flrst lord of the British Admiralty, and his party had a busy day yesterday. They were taken down to Mount Vernon in the morning on the Mayflower, escorted by Secretary Daniels and Comman der Foote. In the afternoon they were the honor guests at a most in teresting reception given for them by Vice Admiral Sir "William Low ther Grant and Lady Grant on board the Warrior: and In the evening Rear Admiral William S. Benson had a highly official dinner party t* meet him at the Army and Navy Club. loday Secretary Daniels will oc company the visitors to Annspolis, wher?; they will inspect the Naval Academy and will be the luncheon guests of the superintendent. Ad mira! E. W. Eberle. and Mrs. Eberle. The Secretary of State. Mr. Robert Lansing, entertained at luncheon yeeterday in honor of the retiring Brazilian Ambassador. Mr. Domicio da Gama. His other guests were: M. Juaserand. Mr. Boris Bakhmeteff. Count V. Macchi di Cellere, Mr. Ro nralo Naon and Mr. Ygnaclo Bonillas, Ambassadors. respectively, from Prance. Russia. Italy, Spain. Argen tina and Mexico; Mr. Franklin Polk o-f the State Department; Mr. Wilbur Carr and Mr. Gordon Auchincloss, both of the Department of State. Mr. Lansing went to New York late yesterday afternoon to be absent for ? day or two. Mr. Ira Nelson Morri?. the United States Minister to Sweden, entertain ed a small party of friends at lunch ?aon at the Shoreham yesterday. Mrs. Morris, who was ill, was unable to be present. The Chilean government will he represented ln Waahlngton by Se?or Don Beltran Mathieu'?? ambassador, hla nomination having Ju?t been confirmed by the Chilean congre?? He ia the succeaor of Senor Don Santiago Aldunate Bascunan. whose death occurred in Washington last April. The date for the arrival of the new ambassador has not been announced. Dr. and Mrs. William W. Stewart announce the engagement of their daughter. Maud Marie, to Lieut. Jean J. Labat. of the 23rd French Infantry. Lieut Labat. who has ?een three years of active service at the front, has been aent to this country by hi. government as a member of th?? French High Commission. Mrs. Frederick Keep entertained at dinner, last night, at the Country Club, in honor of Mr. Thoma? Beau mont Hohler, who ha? been ?tation ed in Washington for aome time a? aecond counselor of the British em bassy, but was recently promoted to the rank of minister plenipoten tiary, and appointed British Minis ter to Uruguay, whither he is soon' to take hie departure. Thomaa J. O'Brien, former Amhas sador to Japan, and Mrs. O'Brien, who have been spending the summe: at Grand Rapids. Mich., will return to Washington at the end of this month. They have given up the house in Connecticut avenue which they occupied last year and will make their home with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Getty Chilton. who have taken a house on Connecticut avenue. Mr. Chilton is secretary of the British Embassy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Queeenberry announce the engagement of their niece. Misa Lucy Pearl Montague, and Lieut Elmer W. March. U. S. A. Lieut March ia now In France and no plans have as yet been made for the wedding. Misa Montague is a niece of Rep resentative Andrew J. Montague, of Virginia. Mrs. Gorges, wife of MaJ. Gen. William C. Gorgas, haa as her guest her sister. Misa Doughty, of Cin cinnati, who spent the summer ln the East. She has been for some time at Atlantic City. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Willard Brownson and their daughter. Mr?. Charlea L. Hussey. have returned to the Brownson home in ? street for the winter. Miss France? Whiting, who I? at Emergency Hospital recovering from a recent operation for appendicitis, will return in a few days to her home on S street. Miss Whiting is the daughter of Capt and Mrs. E. Eveleth Whiting. Mr. and Mr?. James Marion Fowler celebrated on Sunday the golden an niversary of their wedding with a quiet dinner party to their Immedi ate family. Flowers decorated their home in Kenilworth. representing the devotion of their many friend??. Among the members of the family present were: Mr. J. M. Fowler, jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Naylor, jr.: and Capt. and Mrs. O. H. Fowler. U. S. A. Grandchildren present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Naylor, 3rd; Mr. Emery Naylor and J. Marion Naylor, Miss Klizabeth Fowler and Master Grenvllle Fowler. Mr. Fowler, who has recently cel ebrated the fiftieth anniversary of I HAIG AT THE FRONT. . j. ??>:-.<w?;; ? Britain's famous general is here congratulating a Canadian regiment on iU victory in Picgrdy. A column of Highlanders is marching up in the background. his clerkship In the Patent Office, is now docket clerk there. Mr. Frank L Polk, Counselor* of the State Department, is in New Ycik for a few days, and is regis tered at the Hotel Cliatham. Miss Marguerite Eaton, who has been visiting Capt. and Mrs. Mason Rumney at their Chevy Chase Home, has gone to New York. The board ot Lady Managers of the Episcopal Home for Children ln Anacostia will not hold Its regular monthly meeting today, nor will it meet again until tha health board's ban on such meetings is lifted. PLAN MANY FINE HIGHWAYS. Extensiv* highway improvements are planned in *very section of th* country in order to maintain th* motor-truck routes in a high st*te of repair. More than 6,000 applica tions for Federal approval of high-1 way projects hav* been received by the United States Hlrwwaye Coenell. The Council haa set December 10 as the date for submission of the various programs of work of con struction of atreets and highways for 1919 which are now being pre pared under the supervision of the various state highway departments. Among the most popular of the new blouse materials is Arlette ? re pe, which fs about the weight of a heavy georgette crepe, but haa a peculiar twist in its eytmstruotian which gires it somewhat the appearance of ier a*y cloth, without the undesirable elasticity of this material. It is likely to b* popular for neg-lt-gee-s and lingerie as it is soft and yet durable. Pierrette crepe, a new crepe very much on the order of georgette, is being used for many of the smartest and loveliest blouses of the present season. '?ers?'-i Counterfeits. Read what one of the GREATEST NEWSPAPERS IN AMERICA has to ?ay on this subjtKt: "The manufacturers of Castoria have been compelled to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to familiarize the public with the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher. This has been necessitated by reason of pirates counterfeiting the Castoria trade mark. This counterfeiting is a crime not only against the proprietors of Castoria, but against the growing generation. All persons should be careful to see that Castoria bears the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, if they would guard the health of their children. Parents, and mothers in particular, ought to carefully examine the Castoria advertisements which have been appearing in this paper, and to re member that the wrapper of every bottle of genuine Castoria bears the fac-simile signature of Chas. H. Fletcher, under whose supervision it has been manufactured contifiuously for over thirty years."?Philadelphia Bulletin. Letters from Prominent Druggists addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher. ?Conger Bros., of St. Pau], Minn., e?y : " Fletcher's Cistoria ia certainly full of merit and worthy of rerommendation.'' C G. A. Loder, of Philadelphia, Pa., ?ays : ?' For 20 years we have sold Fletcher's Castoria and are pleased to state that It has given oniversal satisfaction. ' ' The Scboltz Drug Ca, of Denver, Colo., seys : "Fletcher'? Castoria ha* surely become a hoa??ebold word. Seemingly arery family where there are children uses it." l?ksagland & Mansfield, of Boston, Maes., say: "We have nothing but good to say about your Castoria and we do not hesitate to give it otic imefOaalified endorsement. " Riser's Drug Stores, of New York ?City, say: "Fletcher's Castoria is one of the oldest and most popular preparations in our stores. We have nothing but good to say about it. Wolff-Wilson Drug Co., of St. Louis, Mo., says : "Of th? thousands of patent medidnea for which we have demand there are ? very few of thtm that we can conscientiously recommend uid your Castoria is included in this few." D. R. Dyehe tfcC-o., of Chit-ago, III., say: "The increasing demand for your Castoria shows that a discriminating public is not slow to seek out a remedy of merit and once convinced that it does all and even more than claimed they do not hesitate to recommend it to their friends?" The Owl Drug ?., of San Frencisco, Cal., says: "We have al ways been a believer in the 'original man protection' and have been particular never to sell anything but the genuine and original Cas toria (Fletcher's). We have many calls every day for this article from people who say they would not be without it in their homes." QENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Heve Alway? Bought Market Tips for Housewives. Prices to retailers and general market Information furnished by Bureau of Markets, United States Department of Agriculture; fair prices to consumers, by the District food administration \ I'.l *? II . ? G? -.trinar tacan, pepperai, cabbage, potutoes. ?-?Making apples. onions, sweet patatoes, turnips, beets, green tomiatoes, eggplant. kale. FORMAL?Ripe tomatoes, lima brans, sweet ?Harn, carrots, squaaah, spinach, lettuce. ?MTARt'K?Oyster plaat. parsnip?, bananas, grapes, pencha??, urapefrult. ?rWMER VECKTABLES JTEAHLY OVER. The flrst frost of the season has been reported by a number of near-by truck farmers, and while it waa not heavy enough to cause any serious damage. H serves to remind consumers that tr: s-a, ? for many of the vegetables will not last much longer. "The supply is still adequate, and prices on most of the fav.arues are low enough to mak** them attractive from an err,nomlc standpoint. The time is not far distant when the housewife will be limited In her choice of foods, and advantage should ba taken of the present supply. ?TTDY THE MARKET REPORT. Wise bees save honey?wise housewives save money bv following the market report and buying fruits and v.?;;? tab!?'.? listed as "abun dant" and "normal." The fair prices to consumers given below cover those charged by both "cash-and-carry" and "crtdit-and-delivcry" retailers, "Cash-and carry" retailers should sell near the lowest figure given, t'nl.ss other wise stated, all prices are for products of good average quality. Poorer grades should sell for less. If consumers are charged, on any day. prices In excess or those publlsh-d on thst day In the '-fair-prtce-to-consumers'* column, they should immediately bring the matter to the attention of the agent ?if the District Food Administration, office 261, Li street winf, Center Markst. ?aa,-.? - Cost to retallar Fair pries to yesterday. consumer VEGETABLE??. yesterday. Bean.??, snap, i, peck. 5 ?a 6**c 7 tol?c Beans, lima, quart. 30 '335c 3K ?47c Beets, bunch. * # 6c S ? 8e Celery, bunch . 3 V, 'a? 8>-;c 4 '? *t 11 ';c Cabbage, pound . 1U ? 2c 2 'rt. ite Carrots, bunch . -'"-it*. i\?c i'si. tite Carrots, cut. pound. 2 ? i\,c t (a Se Eggplant, local, each. < ft I ?'? ? '??: Kale, peck . 7 ?710c 9 folte Lettuce, head . 4 0. Sc ' 'a 12c Onions, yellow. ?4 peck. 7 ?? -"Hje 9 ?? U*~c Onions, white, *?. peck. 10 4l:v i;; v/nc Oyster plant, bunch. 7*4? 8'-,c :? '11. Peas, blackt-ye, quart. 20 6 25?* 2ri (a ??2c Peppers, local, each. si ?? l^c 1 ? 2c Potatoes. No. 1. peck (15 lbs.). 47 ?SS??..? S??!, ?*';:??,c Potatoe?. No. ?. peck (IS lbs.). 27 ?S3.: St ?4?c Potatoes. Sweet, No. 1. <ai peck. 10 fi 12c 12 &1BC Potatoes. Sweet, No. 2 *>? peck. 5 ?a 7c ti Coi ?c Pumpkins, each . 20 ??c 2? to*?c 8pinach. native. ?? pock. 7 ?lie :? ?15c Squash, marrow, pound. Hi? 3c 2 *"?? Sweet corn, large, dozen. 25 fa.l?c *?2 '?: it?? Sweet corn, medium, dozen. 15 020?? 20 <a 2Sc Tomatoes, rip?. V? peck. 12*>-,?21c 1* ?38c Tomatoes, green, peck. 17 025c 21 'n 34, Turnips, bunch . 3 ? 4c ? ? It Turnips, topped. l4 peck. 5*6? 8Wc S*sj?llc FRUITS?Apples, First Grades. Grimes, ty, peck. York. "4 peck. Baldwin, '?, peck. Winesaps. ** peck. Other varieties, hi peck. Second grades . Bananas, doxen . Cantaloupes, Colorado, each. Cantaloupes. Honey Dew. each. Grapes. California, pound. Grapes. Naw York, basket. S7 Lemons, California 442's. dozen. 7 Lemons, California 3*>0's, dozen. 14 Oranges. California 216's. dozen,. 55 Oranges. California 17s*s. dosen. S5 Peaches, white and yellow-, t, peck_ 1* Pears, fancy, dozen. 33 Pears, Kieffer, peck. 25 e HOROSCOPE TKirr.riar. October to, 1818. Good stars rule principally today, acoordiiig to astrology. Neptune. Mercury ana Jupiter are all In benefic aspect. Mara is adverse. The navy comes under a planetary away making tor great success. There is some sort Ot surprise foreshadowed, the seers declare, but it will be most advantageous for the nation. Neptune and Jupiter are in an as pect that presages commercial gain. j Ships belonging to the United States "will dot the sea" and will "carry untold wealth." It ia foretold. In this connection a woman ?srill gain prominence, owing to some plan she is instrumental in working out. There is a sign that is read as pre saging for women a constantly grow ing power, but It will be manifested through men who will profit by fem inine vision and intuition. Letters written during this trai? should bring good luck, unies? they are love lettera. Whatever ha? to do with business, the writing of checks ?ar the signing of contracts is well governed. While newspapers and magazines are favored by this away, the news they bring may seen to indicate ex tension of tha war. which should end. however. In 1919, astrologers assert. The reading of the stars before the United States entered the war caused some of the seers to declare that 1917 would end it, and they insist that it should close in an uneven year. Warning is given that an effort to discredit public men will be apparent. This may manifest itself In a sen sational manner. Eruptive and Infectious diseases may appear. Great care should be exercised to prevent the spread of even the simplest malady as the win ter may be an exceedingly trying season Increase of crime is to be guarded against. Some sort of radical reform measure in connection with prisons is prognosticated. Persons whose blrthdate it is should have a fortunate year. Business af fairs should be very successful. Children born on this day will prob ably be clever, popular and generally fortunate. They should be taught to b? punctilious in monev matter?. (CopyiTsjht, 1*11.) NEW YORK HOTEL ARRIVALS. New Tork. Oct. 8?The following WasTiingtonians ere registered at hotels here7 S. T. Casey. St. James; C. E. Cur rin. W. Jones, C. H. Schnertman. Wallick; E. C. De Vean, ?. T. Smith, J. C. Stock. Breslin; S. R. Gobllan, Sherman Square; G. A. Hubbell. ?T. C. Edward?.,'A. M. Heiler. La tham; P. Lawrence. W. G. Shepherd. Netherland; C Va'ipter. Ansoaia; A. & Ashton. W* H. Krause, Aberdeen; J. A. Burnett. Union Square; T. E. Fosdick, N. Larson, Grand: L. L Newnbam. New 8-rand; Mr?. B. Fat ten, P. C. Wadawcrth, Perk Avenue: G. H. ??Vinslow, Normandie; G. M. A??dale. Mrs. M. Huske, Gregorian; A. G. ?lapham. C. K. Spliedt, V. E. BlaXgbrough, Brealin: J. 8. Eaton. Hermitage: O. E. Pagan. Colling wcod; J. er. Sear.on. Navarre; W. A Callahan. Bonta-Narrageneet. TRAI'E REPRESENTATm?S S. Kann Sons & Co., S. G. Spitzer. shoes, 432 4th ave.. 13th floor; Woodward <fc Lcthrop. Miss J. Stea gall. furs, waists, bathing suits and sweaters. 334 4th ave., Holland. NEW PRICES ON SHOES < PROTECT AU AROUND War Industries Board Considers Producers and Consumers. The War Industries Board wishes to emphasise to the public its regulations i-oncerning the new shoe prices and ?auallty kikn?ksat. so au to protect. the retailer from any public mis understanding. Orders now being made up ln shoe factories are not within the new reg ulations, so that there will be a certain portion of the output offered for sale for the spring trade In ex cess of the newly established twelve dollar maximum. To permit this stock and other high-priced stocks on hand to be disposed of, tbe retail .-hoe dealer has till June 1. 1919. to close out his merchandise above the Olass A maximum of the new regu lations. There Is no restriction on either the : ale or purchase of these higher priced shoes. On the contrary, says the War Inductrice Board, those who can afford to buy them may be quite free to do so, as by so doing they will be co-operating ln the liquidation of the high-priced stocks now on hand, and there would be no eco nomic purpose served by a failure of the public to lend such co-opera tion. t ALEXANDRIA ?0= THE HEItALD BCREAC, A. R. Lmmphin. Of KizxE Htract. Alexandria, Va., Oct. 9.? Billa from W. L. Wood, special State health officer, from H. T. Beach and Brother for $6M for scavenger work, and from T. C. Hoy, for metal cana, for $1.0M.9n. totalling fl.764.90, were preaented to the common council at an adjourned meeting tonight and referred to the joint committee on finance and health. Communication from B. W. Morse. vice president and general manager of the Virginia -Shipbuilding Corpo ration asking that action be taken toward building a eewer from the south end of Royal street to Hunt ing Creek wa? referred to committee on finan?a and streets. Resolution authorizing finance committee to make a temporary loan of 175,000 was adopted. Ordinane? to provide fer erection of poles, fixtures and to string ca bles and wjrts. to a company yet to be designated, was referred to tlie Joint committee on finance and streets. Bills for Ui 7? from ? W. Ogd*n. chief of fir* department, for dam age done to automobiles by fir* ap paratus were referred to claims com mittee. Resol j tion of Councilman Kauf mann to pay 130 for three months* work on public closets was referred to public property committee. ? house to house canvass for boosting the aale of liberty bonds will be made Sunday afternoon from 1 until 5 o'clock by a com mittee of 100 citizens Thia was determined upon today by the local committee at g meeting presided over by L*e P. Ha rio?*, chairman. Robert S. Jones was named chair man of the committee on the drive, and be appointed the following ex ecutive committee: Carroll Pierce. C. S. Taylor Burke. Gardner L. Booth*. George E. Warfield. H. R. Burke. Wallace Lindsey. Ol H. Kirk. T. E, Dyson. L. P. Harlow. S. VT Pitts. Rev. J. L. Peterkin. The Ministerial Association of the city has decided to bave the church bells rung on Sunday not withstanding the fact that no serv ices are to be held until the Spanish flu epidemic subsides. Tne minis ters also recommend that the peo ple gather in their homes for wor ship on that day. Mre. Jennie T. Foster dlM this afternoon at her residence in the Carlyle apartment, after a short ill ness of pneumonia. Th* body waa taken to Wneetl*y*s chapel and pre pared for burial. Mrs. Lillian C. Robar?as, wife of Lieut. Robartes. Camp Humphreys. Va., died this afternoon at the Alex andria Hospital of pneumonia. The body will be shipped to Long Island. New York, for burial. Mrs, Sadie Scott, wife of Frank Scott, died last night at her resi dence, 113 Prince street, of pneu monia. Her husband and four chil dren are living. Her funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock. Frank Meaeick, 87. unmarried, who waa employed at th* plant of the Alexandria Aircraft Company, died last night at 113 Prince street. Hla body was shipped today to Midland. Va., for burial. Miss Beckie House. 30 years old. died today at the temporary hoa pltal in Christ Church Parish Hall of pneumonia. She lived at 204 North Washington street. The body ?'as taken to WheaUey "a chapel and pre pared for burial. The funeral of Mrs. Carroll E. HantamoD will take place at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from the reai dence of Mrs. Mary Robey, 313 South Patrick street, Mrs. India A. Hudson, a former res ident, died today in Peor?a, III. Her husband and two daughters are liv "V" STANDS FOR VICTORY AND VOLUNTEER. Lansing. Mich-, goes over the top on Fourth Liberty Loan with solicitation. =_-? ----: ?---_- 4 - out fr -^ New York?We-VSHWCTON?Pari?. Warm Wearables From the Underw-sar D?epartment Third Floor. F Sti-t*t For those who fee! the change in the ?reather the?* wat?? garments will afford the added warmth. "i\nf? are ?well mad? of good material and most reasonably priced . Knitted Pettkoats of cotton or cotton and renel mixed, in white. black and gray, and white striped in blue or pink; regular and ex tra sizes; 75c I? $300 eack. Outing Flannel Petticoat., made with flounce flushed with scallop ing, some having fancy stitching on flounce, io ?shite and delicately colored stripes; 75c aad S IDO each Outing Flannelette Gowns, in ?vhite or pink and blue stripes; made with long sleeves and with or without ?-'oliar: finished with braid or fancy stitching; $1.50 t? j: 25 eack. Extra Size Flannelette Gowns in the same styles. $2 00 and $2?S each. One-piece Pajamas, cut full and roomy, tkat will answer for outdoor sleeping; made of pink and blue striped flannelette, with long sleeves and collar, finished with braid. $2.50 eack. Two-piece Pajamas, made in slip-over coat style, finished with hemstitched hems and ruffles at the ankle.-. $2.75 patir. Two-piece Pajamas, made in coat style, fastened with but tons and frogs, in striped and floral designs, $2.75 te $4-00 each. BLANKET BATH ROBES, made with or ?without collars and finished with cord at the waist; all the wanted shades in delicate colors as well as warm reads, browns, blues and purples. Some are finished with bands of satin to correspond $4.50 te $7.59 each. TturrJ floor. G FORTIETH ?CHAPTER. M BINDE? tearsria??? 1*1*. I Knew I Was Marked as a Victim of Another Han Atrocity. That U-boat cabin was surely the tiniest room in existence. Evidently It was quarters for the commander and his first officer. The bunks folded against the wall?, ?erred also aa chairs when let down. The sailor raised a folding table from the floor. One end of it touched a wardrobe with drawer? and a sliding shelf supporting the music box. Next the cabin door was an electric grill where a sailor was preparing food. "It is a so great surprise to 'unch at midnight beneath the sea?" ask-?d the captain, indicating where I should be seated. *'It Is no less a surprise to you to entertain a woman here tonight G* Then In my usual direct way I put a nuestion, "How do you dispose of un- ] welcome women visitors?" "Women ar* never unwelcom*. What w* do with them depends on? how they behave." I Tbe sailor set steaming food before I | us?what it was I do not recall. I ' drank coffee but I could not eat. Then the captain questioned me. He I wanted the news in America, news of, ing The body will be brought here for burial. The funeral of James M. Woodyard wilt take place at 2 o'clock toraor j row from his parents' residence. St Commerce street. The funeral of William H Javina will take place at 4 o'clock toroor w afternoon from 1218 Prince street Funeral services for Miss Grace Rambo. who di*d in Bridgeton. N. J., will be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning from 214 Prince street. Th* funerei of Mrs. J. L. Vaughan was h*ld this afternoon from her late residence. 302 North Alfred street. Among the additional women from this city who have gone to Camp Humphreys, Va., to assist tn nurs ing the soldiers are: Mrs. Platt. Misa Ruth Roberts, Miss Elizabeth Ramey. Mrs. Walter Bata. ? ?. Harlow has acid to Thomas .E Mills a house and lot on the eaat side of Commerce street east ofi Payne street. DANDRUFF GOES! HAIR GETS THICK, WAVY, BEAUTIFUL ? Sate Your Hair! Double Its Beauty in a Few M o m e at?. Try Thu! Hair Stop? Comma. Out and Erer? Particle of Dandruff Disappear?. Try as you will, after an application of Danderine. you cannot find s single trace of dandruff or falllos hair and your scalp will not Itch, but what will please you most, will be after a few weeks' use. when you see new hair, fine snd downy at first?yes?but really new hair?growing all over the scalp. A little Danderine Immediately dou bles the besuty of your hair. No dif ference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, lust moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is Imme diate and amasing?your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance, an incom parable luster, softness and luxuri ance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. Get a small bottle of Knowlton'r Danderine from any drug store or toilet ct?ufjter ttsr a fern iteti ts wsr? prove that your hair Is as pretty and soft as any?that tt haa been neglected or Injured by careless treatment? that's alL Danderine is to the hair what fresh t-howers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorate? and strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stimulating snd life-pro ?Jucn.i: properties c.iu(*e it.?? *?*?.* to any ?*??t atr-ooe ana beauutui.-Adv. the repudra???an ae ?el! m tki ?M His face hardened tu I told him oi the American ?Ictoir *? Su M.h.-a, ?of the Austrian bid for p-eace. of tha emgernea* of <>erm.an ?M>ldi-*-rs to sur render. Never do I think of prisoners of war but corata to me the vision of men crucified by tht Huns. often ha? it kept me from sleep. It -came again as I faced the ?sea wolf?and with it a thirst for revene;.*. I knew that I wae marked aa tbe victim of another Hun atroot>. Aline would be a secret which tb? sea would keep forever. But aa long ms I could continue this talk. my aacriflce ft? delayed If only I could gain time to plaa* I berated myself for having bee? always such a silly, ignorant, care less thing. Finally the sailor went and th? ?jh 'u"h *-*?.? e. pumi nil .????? ?J ? ? w an automatic pitsto! from a pocket and laid it on the music boi He threw hla coat aside and Hipped a strong arm around my waist. The stiffness of death seized me The gun waa within my reach, but I could not raise my hand. Then a bua?? r startled ua both It must have been a dancer signal, for without a word the man seised his coat, sprang to the door and was gone. And scarcely had th?-* door slam med behind him ere I had snatched that automatic and crammed it de?*p into the hug*- po ket of mr robe. (To Be Contlnuid.l Simple Way to Take Off Fat There rar be mtnihjrg ?\?.t*1tt than ta-ksaa a ?Tireniet.t littl* if let. laar tiro?? m*rh dty uduI your ?%??.t ,% redurad te ??p???. That'? all-.--ist parti?? a caae of k-nwl? Prescription Tabwte lr*>m your druggiat igt if rou prefer, aeod TS? to Marin?la Co ga waad ward At?*,, Dt*?*. \Lrh I and folknr dinc Uon*. No dieting, do earrna*. Tax. wtiat T<** w*nXr-hr m lau as }ou like arid ?aro on pet* tiDf a. Iraner tnd tbe beat part of Marm?**?*? Ptyrtptiop Tableta is their harrff!**aei?f? That i? vour ais-olrn?* ?ffefuar** Ad*. amous Milk-Fed Chickens ?They are differ?riit and superior in ?try reipect to the farm chicken? ?You will lind them tender, juicy and swtet flavored. Their perfection is obtained by giving them a scientific mixture of pure, wholesome food in con junction with Buttermilk. ?DRY-PICKED. MILK-FED Chickens retain all the delicate flavoring of the flesh, all the cells of the flesh are rounded out, soft ar.d juicy and do not become stringy or tough. For Sale by Ali First-Claas Dealers. If Your Dealer ?Can not Supply You, ?Call on GOLDEN & CO. 922-928 La. Ave.