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MORE PAY;HAM -c 3-C4a4s-Hour Increase If New Rates Are Granted, ?Says W.R.&E. Head. cimgtlayo? of the Waahineton Rail wa? and Electric Company will I ?ranted a I-cents-an-hour wage In crexxse aa soon as the Public Utilities Commission provides adequate reve no? for the company, announced Will iam F. Harn, president of the com pany, yesterday. A counsel from tb? Department of Iaabor sarlU confer next week with offi cials of the company and a committee tram local onion S75 of the Amalga mated Association of Street and Electric Railway Em-sl?--??.?. ln an ef fort to adjust the wage scale of the ?-omrsa/ty, according to James Iaargay. international vice president of the onion. The unions ask for S cents an hour Increase Colombia Heights Citizens WiD Meet Cohaabia Heights Citizens' Asso ciation will hold Its October meet In?; Taeeday at S p. na. In 8t Stephen's Hall. 1017 Fourteenth ?treet northwest. Matters to be dtsciissed are: The merging of the city street ear linea, which has been referred by action of the Se-ptember meeting; for reconsideration. The advisability of admitting; ?women Into membership In the as sociation. Final action regarding the selec tion ot a site for the proposed ?Spring Road School. Nominations and election of dele trates to the Federation of Citizens' Associations. Refreshments. New Potato Indmtry. A bulletin Issued by the I'nited | States Tariff Commission yesterday | rives an interesting sidelight on new potato product Industries. ' which afford an outlet for million? of bushels of cull and low grade rotattses which are wasted annual ly. The manufacture of potato flour ?s a new Industry In this country. Harbor Strike Eads. The Copenhagen harbor strike, which has tied up all traffic be tween the United States and Den mark for a month, has come to an end. according to cab le cram s re ceived at the Danish Legation here yesterday. CLICKS FROM THE KEYS. . : Nashville.?Thomas K. Jennings ar rested for beine an accessory In mur der of Robin J. Cooper, prominent lawyer. In August. Asbcville. N. C?Fear of drought gone after beertest rain tn weeks. Buenos Aires.?Arge ? ti ne govern ment, employers, workers and tech nical interests represented by six dele gatea to International .Labor Confer ence in Washington. They were named today. Ashertlle. S. C?Meats reauced from 5 to 12 cents per pound by local dealers. Steubenrtlle. O.?Investigation being made of fire destroying Mingo Junc tion plant of Carnegie Steel Company. Boston.?Republican State conven tion favors ratification of peace treaty and league of nations with reserva tions . protecting American Interests. I Memphis.?L-oeal cotton exchange, probably will rescind pledges not to ? deal with Germany at Tuesday's meet- < ing. Anniston, Ala.?Edwin Leyden and J. R. Cain killed when army truck overturns on way from Camp McClel- ? Ian to Jacksonville, New York.?Effort will oe made by conservative element of International Typographical Union V*. condemn l.'J-w printers who struck in .-sympathy with striking pressmen. New Tork.?Louis Markowrtz. New Tork. testifies he gave t&o to get a friend in the Naval Reserve at hear ing of charges that Lieut. Comdr. C. Marsden accepted money and pres ents in connection with enlistments. Dayton. Ohio.?J. C McLean, 1*. j world's oldeet Odd Fellow, flies. Montgomery. Ala.?-Grand Jury says ! it fails to learn identity of members I of mob that lynched three negroes here Monday Scranton.?Vice President W. W.l I ? gal Is and Supt. S. O. Dimmick. of j Delaware. Lackawanna A Western ? Coal Company, indicted for maintain-; Ing reckless operations of mine near | Jiere. New Tork.?George T. Snyder In dicted with five other ?Seattle pro moters for fraud In selling shares ln Alaska copper concern. Wilmington. Del. ? Maria Cabrera confesses to murdering her husband and receives sentence of two years tn workhouse and fine of $Wo. Salina. Kan.?Bishop John C. Sage. m*\ of Episcopal Church, dies. Chicago.?Benefit for John Miller, railway watchman who sought to save lives of Mr. and Mrs. w. F. Tanner in railway accident, raises S*>,flOtt. Mobile,?Strike of longs-? o reme ? for $9 a d?y will be called Monday unless an agreement forestalls tt. New Orleans. ?Banana workers 01 three New Orleans dock* favor strike if higher wages are not forthcoming. Don't Suffer From Pilos Sasa.lr r.rk.ar or tke Fan??? Px/raaald Pile Treat-Beat >'ow Offered Free tt? Prove Wbat ? t Will Do for ?o?. Pyramid Pile Treatment gives truies: relief from itching, bleeding ?r protruding pile*? hemorrhoids and Pyratald Is Cextalaly Fine and-?Vorfc?. ?ach Wattders S. ?sickly. ?ach rectal troubles. In th? privacy of your home. (0 cents a box at all drugs-lets. Take no substitut?. A ?Ingle box often relieves. Free wa pie? for Trial mailed ln plain wrap per. If you aend coupon below. ntx SAMPLE couroN ptrakio narr, oowpsnt. SA Tyramld BKsf.. ***?*-?. ?tick. StoSir aro* Ss. s fre? MaSM ot ??????????*?*?**** Piala ^ THE PRINCE IN A NEW DISGUISE Xipigon, Ont.?You've all seen this bird's picture before, Ihe one at the left, but you've never seen him dressed like this. He's the chap that was going? to set new styles for America, tin? Prince of Wales, but we'll gamble this one won't be popular. Three guesses as to whether it is Scotch, Welsh or hybrid. His friend is a Canadian Pacific official with him on a tour across Canada. Wag?aman Funeral Services Tomorrow Funeral services for Clarke Wag Kiman. well known Washington architect, will be condnctrd tomor row morning at 10 o'clock in St. Matthew'.? Church. The Rev. Father Bu<~tley will conduct the servie??? and burial will be at the Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Waggaraan died Friday at his home, 2S40 Woodland avenue, fol lowing a short illne?? from influ enza. He was born is: Washington in 1877 and h?d lived here all his life, graduating from Georgetown University and later opening hi? business here. He leave? a wife, one ?on. Wol cott K. Waggaman. and one daugh ter, Grace W. Waggaman. Massachusetts Society Plans New Features A (ret-tojrether meeting of the Maa aachusetta Society will be held Tuee day at 8 p. m at the Thomson ?School. Twelfth ami L? streets northwest. A "live" fall and winter will be planned. AriODf: features to be fostered by the society will be an orchestra, a bowling team and a eintrln-r quartette. Tuesday's meeting will be featured by music, dancing, speaking by a prominent Massachusetts orator and a track meet. Speaks to City Club. "The League of Nations" will be the subject of an address by Sen ator Joseph T. Robinson, of Ar kansas, at the smoker and social earning to be glv**n by the City Club in the large ball room of the New Willard Hotel on Tuesday evening, beginning at S o'clock. Attends Veterans' Meeting. Dr. Clarence J. Owens, president of the Southern Society of Washington, and past commander-in-chief. Sons of Confederate Veterans, leave? to day to attend the reunion to be held in Atlanta. He is accompanied by hie daughter. Miss Marie ?_?a1?? Owens, who ha.*i been appointed rnaM of honor on the staff of the com mandcr-ln-chlef. Carl Jllnton, of Den ver. Colo. GLASS OPPOSES SECOND BONUS * - * Secretary Denounces Bi<_. For Soldier Vote He Sees In Proposal. Granting an additional bonus to ?ervice men would mean the float ing of another large government bond l??ue. which the ?ountry I? not In position to stand at present. Secretary of the Treasury Olasa told the Special Bouse Budget Commit tee yesterday. Glaa? strongly opposed the bonus, claiming that a majority of the ?ervice men would consider It ?n af front to their patriotism at a time when the government is sorely in need of funds. ?Today the credit of the I'nited States Is imperiled." he ??id. "by projects Initiated In Congre?? to get the soldier vote. I do not be lieve that these fine young men, if they realized what It is that i? pro posed In their behalf, would accept a gift made at the expense of their fathers, mothers and ???ter? and the children that are to come after them In order to give them a holt day." Would Keep Red Cross D. C. Chapter Intact Plan? for making the Diatrict chap ter of the 'American Red Croe? the leading organisation of It? kind in the I'nited States were discusse?! st an enthusiastic meeting of the chair men of the Red Cro?? auxiliaries at the chapter house. IS Jackson place, yestertlny nfternoon. Mr?. le. W. I.lttell. acting chair man of the chapter, presided and. . with Mi?? Mabe! 1'oardrm.n. of the executive committee. empha?issed the ! necessity of keeping intact the M.OOO : member? in thi? district. Veteran Raibroader Retire?. Assistant Pas?ent;er Trainmaster James J. Cooper, of the Pennsylva nia Railroad. 90? ? street southwest, was retired last Wednesday ?fter flf ly-three years' service. It Is ?ai.l Cooper probably know? more about the Pennsylvania railroad system, ha? more anecdote? at his command and posseese? more souvenirs of for mer day? than any other man in Washington. New Hair Growth I After BALDNESS HAIR GROWN ON MR. BRITTAIN'S BALD HEAD BY INDIANS' MYSTERIOUS HAIR GROWER Mr heul ai the tup ami track waa absolutely bald. Tne ar-e-'p was *my. An expert said that aa be Lhi-nght the hair root? ? extinct, and there was no hope of my e?--r having a new hair growth. Yet Dow, Uuue urer ?. I have a luxuriant growth of soft? .strong, lustrous hair' No trace of bsldnesa *??? pictuna shown hare ire frota my photographa Indians' Secret Hair Growth At a time when I had Drrocw? discouraged at tnim t?p?.? hair lut ? ????, tonica, specialist?' ti-i-mtinriiU, etc., I came arrosa, in my trarci?, a Cherokee ladion "med* icioe nun" wha had an elixir that he aaameratt-d would (trow ni' hair. Although I had but little faith, ? ? ?*" it a trial. To my amazement a licht fun rw ar,-rar-?i, It ?>???1 *\*-?. dar ity da-*, intu? a health) | hair waa aa prolific aa in my youthful days. That I wan astoniahed and hapfry ta expre-aing p? t ?tate of miad mildly. Obriotsdy. the hair ?trot? had not bren dead, but w?we dormant Ln the acalp. awaiting th** frrt.liane potency of the mvitferioti? nranade I negotiated fur and came into pobstn-hhi of th?? , in net pie for nr-e-parlng thi? myiiteriou? elixir, now railed Kotalkn, and later ??* 1 the rt-rii? put into prao tiral form ??t a rhemiet * "oto when bald That my own hair growth waa permanent hin hem amp't ran-red. Man?/ men and women, alau chiliinn ha?e reported MtuejCactan r.-?dt* fi\*m Kirtilkn. HOW YOU May GROW Hair My honest belief i? that hair roota rarely die eren when the hair Fro* ****** ?het9' growth, and ?re long my falls out through dand-uff. fever, riceeeife dirne** or other diwirdcrr. I .-UV?? .??-? told hy experta that often ?'???? hair falls out the ruoti .-e-roene im'>'?.-*l within the scalp, ?wered tw hard akin, so that they remain for a time like bulb* or seeds in a bottle which will grow when fer tiliard. Shampoos (which contain? alkali?) ?and hair lotions which contain alcohol ?are enemies to the hair, as they dry it, making it britt>. Kotalko contain*- those elementa of nature which gire new ritality to the ?scalp and hair. Prove for Yourself C.et a box of the granine Kotalko at a reliable draggist'i.; 1300.40 .,G???????? with each box. A umili testing box of Kotalko (with testimoni*** ?tel may be obtained hy -sending ten cent?. ?Iter or Mtn.ru, to my ad<lreas below. ?OLD DT Affletdk'?; Cib.risti.uti Drug Co. : People'? Drug Stort?, Day A Co. : ami otbert in Washington. And hy Baiy Dru luc?ala Krrrywbfre I? A ?? erica. For tcotntn's hair. JOHN HART BRITTAIN, BA-786, Station F, New York City Price $61.50 Easy Terms You Ought to Use a *if Royal Vacuum Cleaner In YOUR Home It is tbe simplest as well as the most efficient cleaner to be had. You don't realize what a wonder-worker it is tul you have used it where it shows to such ad vantage as in the home. From cellar to garret it makes a clean sweep of all dirt, dust, ravelings, litter, etc. It cleans your carpets, rugs, hangings, upholstered fumi ture?even floors and ceilings. There is NO DUSTING to do. There are a thousand reasons you'll find out for yourself why you should use a ROYaAL. We'll send one on FREE TRIAL if you phone.' CARROL ELECTRIC CO. 714 12th St. Main 7320 Electricalt Mechanical, Automobile Supplies, Domestic Appliances ?c W? Sire ?on 2S% We re Oat of Ae Hick-Re>t Dkrtrict ?? ^ W//Y ?_4? FANCY PRICES ?for Furniture, when you can buy the best at a saving of 25 per cent? We're out of the _High-Rent District, and quote lowest prices and easiest terms. This 5-Piece Dining-Room Suite and 42-Piece $5 ? .75 Dinner Set, October Sale Price. J ? Substantial 6-ft. Golden Oak Extension Table and four Pad-sett Dining Chain, up holstered ?a black or browa imitation leather, aad 42-piece Dinner Set??1 for $34.75. 6-Qoart ?Extra Heavy Aluminum Convex Kettle $1.39 1 This Genuine Golden Oak | ?1?8 5"Pc- Metal ^ CHINA CLOSET! OUTFIT $25 .75 ?jrymV*^ 1 mmmw mmjm Consists of a 2-inch contin uous post, white enamel Bed, a sanitary woven-wire Spring. soft-top Mattress and two fea ther Pillows. ?for this handsome, well built China Closet with swell sides and front. An excep tional value. 50c a Week? t 1 Terms, 75c a Week This High-Grade Coal Range $00.75 28 A thoroughly dependable, good-size range; best cast iron c ons tru c tion ; large ? ? en and fire pot; shelf extra. This SoUd Oak CHIFFOROBE $0,175 24 Easy Credit Terms Assardrobe, doset and chif foniiT combined in one attrae rive and practical piece of for niture, strongly constructed of solid golden oak. Complete with hangers for suits, coat*. etc. This Massive Three-Piece Bedroom Suite CHAIRS EXTRA EASY TERMS This Large, Substantially Made! ??^?^? Liberty Market Basket ~ ? . Cabinet EXTRA SPECIAL, ?26*75 50c a Week A rer? complete aad cou renientiy arranged Cabinet of a new type that is prot?n Tery popular. This special price good eaij fat Hit sale. V\-_ 807 7*hSt. 635-635 ? St.