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ALFONSO'S VIOLET COST
CREATES NEW FASHION JEtoyal Raiment at Dinner in Paris * . Finds Evening Dress ( Imitators. PARIS'. November 1 (Correspond ence of the Associated Press).? Since Kins Alfonso of Spain wore a violet evening dres? c?at at the din ner which he gave to Prertdent Poin care. during Bis reoent riait, ottier men's evening wear of the aatna hae has frequently been neen in the beat known restaurants and cafea. It is believed the royal coat ha* created a new fashion. The Chineie made artificial cinnabar lonR before Europe was a civilised country, and to this day there are trade J#crets in the vermilion in dustry which no European has been able to fathom. J! It's just as easy to ^ ? say "Swindells" ? ?when ordering Chipped Beef and Saratoga Chips? and it makes a big difference in satisfaction. There's no comparison between the Swindells brand and any other on the Washington market. Choice cuts of prime beef ?sliced with wafer thin ness?and crisp and brown chips of the best grade of potatoes. w ir In the purity protecting paraffin wrappings?at all grocers and delicatessen? fresh every day. S. Swindells & Sons Washington, D. C. MORRIS Supreme Canned Vegetables For salads or to serve on . toast, there's no asparagus so delicious and tender! Always request the Morris yellow and black label in buying canned vegetables. MORRIS & COMPANY [ITTLE CTOPILS ^Bedtime BY TRORNTOX W. BURGESS. (Cop/right, 1019, by T. If. Borgesi.) The Hunter Lies in Wait for Lightfoot. ! If ever there was ah angry hunter it yas the one who had followed Lightfoot the Deer across the Big River. When he was ordered to get off the land where Lightfoot had climbed out, he pot back into his boat,1 but he didn't row back to the other I aide. Instead, he rowed down the liig! River, finally landing on the name aide, but on land Which Lightfoot's friend did not own. "When that deer has become rested he'll get uneasy," thought tha hunter. "He won't stay oil that man's land. He'll start for the nearest woods. I'll go up there and wait for him. 1'llj get that deer if only to spite that "That's where that deer will head tor," he muttered. fellow back there who drove me oft. Had It not been for him I'd have that deer right bow. He was too tired to have gone far.. He's got the hand somest pair of antlers I've seen for years. I can sell that head of bia tor a good price." So the hunter tied his boat to a tree and once more got out. He climbed up the bank and studied the land. Across a wide meadow he could see a brushy old pasture, and back of that rome thick woods. He grin ned. "That's where that deer will head for," he muttered. "There isn't any other place for him to go. All I've got to do Is to be patient and wait." So the hunter shouldered his ter rible gun and tramped across the meadow to the brush-grown pasture. There he hid among the bushes where he could peep out and watch the land of Llghtfoot's friend. He was still angry because he had not been allow ed to shoot Lightfoot. But at the same time he chuckled, because he thought himself very smart. Light-' foot couldn't possibly reach the shel ter of the woods without giving him a shot, and he hadn't the least doubt that Lightfoot would start for the woods just as soon as he .felt able to travel. So he made himself comfort able and prepared to wait the rest of that day If necessary. "Now Llghtfoot's friend who had driven the hunter oft .had seen him row down the Big River, and he had guessed just what was in that hunt er's mind. "We'll fool him," said he, chuckling to himself as he walked back toward the shed where poor Lightfoot was resting. He did not go too near Lightfoot, for he did not want to alarm him. He just kept within sight of Light foot, paying no attention to him, but going about his work. You see, this man loved and understood the little people of the Green forest and the Oreen Meadows, and he knew that there was no surer way of winning Llghtfoot's confidence and trust than by appearing to take' no notice of him. Lightfoot, watching him, un derstood. He knew that this man was a friend and would do him no harm. Little by little, the wonderful blessed feeling of safety crept over Lightfoot. . No hunter could harm him there. He knew it PEOB MX. VERSO* PURCHASE. ' Flans to press before Congress a measure providiOg for the purchase by the government of Mount Vernon were discussed yesterday by business men of Washington in informal confer ences with Isaac Gans. Mr. Gans is the author of the resolution, presented at the last meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, urging that the govern ment purchase the home and tomb of George Washington and maintain it as a national shrine. The resolution was not acted upon by the chamber, owing to the volume of other business and the fact that prominent speakers were to be heard at the meeting. Mr. Gans stated today that he has assurances from many prominent business and professional men and public officials that they will sup port and advocate the enactment of such a measure by Congress; while a number of civic organizations here and elsewhere throughout the country also have expressed themselves as fa voring government purchase and con trol of Mount Vernon. saaprT MADE IN Say*, bkiii ItafMfkuk Of EVERBEST N HtrtiHu; TU'i Ktka't cUu, AicmW i % Best Feopla Eat 'Hie Bes t Food ?that'swhy EVERBEST NUT MHRGHB1NE Is Served on thie Tables of the Best Families For your own sake you should forget the word "substitute" when you think of EVERBEST. Old habits and customs in foods prevent many people from using new forms of food that are better, purer and moire palatable?and more economical too. Housewives who know, serve EVERBEST because?It is ma4e under U. S. Gov't supervision of the richest elements of the pure white meat of the cocoanut, the peanut and pasteurized whole milk, delivered fresh to the factory every morning by neighboring farmers; and washed by pure waiter from deep rock wells in a screened, daily sterilized factory surrounded by dean, sweet country air. Nothing is too good for your family. Have your grocer start some EVERBEST your way today?and save money too. R. L. C. COCHRANE & SONS 931% B Street N.W. Washington, D. C. Phones Main 5892, Main 5893 MADE BY B. S. PEABSALL BUTTER CO. ELGIN, ILL. f How to Be Healthy Practical Talks on Disease Prevention Prepared by the NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION f Health Slackers. "I haven't time," is a frequent ex cuse one hears for neglecting physical Welfare. The Interpretation of that phrase usually is, "X am too busy making a living to bother about liv ing rightly." Good health does cost money. It costs time and thougnt. L,ike every other thing in life worth having, it does not come without expenditure of effort. Good health meann, among oth?r things, a proper supply of food. Hastily eaten meals at irregular in tervals bring about digestive troubles Badly cooked food or diet that is not well balanced in time weakens the body and makes it a prey to disease germs. The body must have plenty of fresh air. night and day. The bedroom win dows should be flung wide open at night SO that necessary oxygen may be obtained. Stale air in stuffy rooms l causes headaches. The human body can live many days without food; it cannot live more than a few minutes without air. ftxerclse is another necessity. Civ ilization has relieved us of many bur densome tasks which primitive man had to perform with muscular force. Our muscles are still primitive. They must be used, or our health suffers. Grownups need play and recreatio-n just as much as children. Walk, swing clubs, do setting-up drills, join a gymnasium class, swim, and do not despise athletic games as childish. Unclean and decayed teeth form a breeding place for millions of germs. These bacteria may interfere serious ly with the health of the body, caus in^ Indication. rheuraAttm, bwart trouble and other ills. Nearly all diaeaae-lnvltlnjf condi tions may be remedied before they become serloua. Thla is an age of prerrentlre meas ures. Tuberculosis, vbioh clalma the enormous toll of 150,6*0 Uvea a yaar. la preventable. About SO par cant of the victims recover when taken In the early atages, 60 per seat whan further along1, but only 2 per cent when treat ment is delayed. The greatest fight in the history of disease 1* now being waged against this unneUMry scourge. Through the medium of Red Croaa Christmas seals tho campaign Is car , ried into every city, village and rural I district Of the United States. Help I to destroy the terrors of tha white I plague by buying and using these j cheery little sticker*. I. W. W. GRAVEST MENACE TO U. S., SAYS ARMY MAN The graVest menace to American civil life and inatitutions is tha t. W. W., MaJ. A. S. Lanier of the mili tary intelligence department said lo an' address before the Sons of tha American Revolution at Rauscher'B. "There is no essential difference be tween the bolshevik! of Russia and the I. W. W. of America," he said. 'In Russia the bolshavlsta have power and la Am?rlc* th4 X. W. -W. Is striving for It." litj. tinier faroreA universal mili tary training aa a possible solution for the mvn&oe of tk4 L W. W. ITS UNWISE to put off today's duty until tomorrow. If your stomach is acid disturbed take KinoiQS the new aid to digestion comfort tod^y* A pleasant relief from the discomfort of acid dyspepsia. BADE IT SCOTT * BOVRE lAKEtS OP SCOirS ERUUKNf 19-6 A. J. SIMONS CO. 352-359 Center Market Phone Main 4970-66C5 Plenty of ; * r ? i f ? i . M Poultry of All ?: ?;T< 'J&iu '? .By fV*? ^ ? t* -s *?? : ^ - - ?.. - 'v'- *-* ?? if- "A'-l ; " A. J. 352-359 Center Market ? j ' Wholesale WCoWar HoswAgv* No Coffee*Pot Needed ' >:W ?"?. "VTO boiling, no straining, no bother, no grounds, no waste, no trouble. Scien tifically refined by Mr. Washington's refining process. It comes to you in 'concentrated powder form, and all that is necessary is to pour on the boiling hot water. Dissolves instantly. Any one can make absolutely pure, delicious coffee, with strength to suit individual taste. Made in the cup at the table. G. Washington Sales Co*, In<fc v yl ^ J . - .???? -?~ 334 Fifth Avenue, New York . Z' (sfjiciAmriyle7& ? r* resorts. TFfErirrig-rtry. ?. ' I ATLANTIC CJTY,N.J. | ! AivAmcrican. Plaa Hotel i f of DislmctioivMvi Real Comfort i | fireproof garage. * L jCAPAcnrcoo. MeSreafcets ATIANTIC CITY riRfPROOf Ocean Front. l?nn?na!ly attractive Har ms Autumn and Winter SeasonB. Lux uriotjs lobbies, restful nun rarlora and ?pperb irotic. A palatial residence for thoae ?eekir* rest and recreation. A M ERICA and Kl ItOPK W rrAfrft Lofi irmnto; ai\d. Gmno f ^Jr/&f9ySr*t?ut W. ffemsiev^ ~ Oa the Ojgarv Froal i iiji EkjeirS^nesofGHnfert Special. Fail Terms! Edward E Grosjc op. Trustee KaCKSTONE Virginia ire. and the beech. Capacity 500. Sea water batha. Special Amerioan plan, H np dally; European plaa, $3 up daily. Modern curative bathi department attached. DAVID BERG, Owner and Frop. e^RUnnYIDEDE huts. iJlace, overlooking ocean and City Park. Always open. J. McILWAIN* CHAMPION. MOVING. PACKING & STORAGE. WANTED?IvD&d to take from Wash, to Rich mond. Truck leaving Monday. Frank. LMXW. R. LAWRENCE PLUMMER. Express service. 2812 Sherman ave. n.w. Col. 4086-W. 21* P added Vans and experienced men to and pack your household effecta. We have unexcelled facilities for all kinda of light or heavy hauling. Merchants' Transfer St Storage Co. 920-22 E Street N.W. MtfkOM Hala WOW. Phone Franklin 758. Night Call H. TP7?. The Central Transfer Co., 1831 H ST. N.W. BAGGAGE. HAULING. STORAGK MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA. SUBURBAN. PADDED MOTOR VANS fOR LONG-DIP tance an<^ local hauling; packing and crating done by experienced men: storage $1 per month up. CONNECTICUT STORAGE AND EXPRESS CO.. S08 H n.e. Phone Lin?- ?s. STORAGE. 800 Rooms. New and Gleam." Safe storage for household goods and mer chandise. Special storage for rugs aad pienos Vault storage. MOVING, PACKING. CRATING. BHIPPINC. : Moderate prices. Expert work. WINTER BUILDING STORAGE, Phone N. 8845. 1438 U st. a.w. CLEAN. DBY STORAGE FOR FURNITURE and pianos. Estimate* cheerfully given. Oon venlant location. WE8CHLKK6, 820 Pa. are. a.w. Phone Mata 1288. "SAFETY HEST." ABSOLTTTELY FIREPROOF STORAGE. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO. mom, $2.00 and op. Moring. Packtne. Phone Mate 4229 41M20 10th at. n.w. Fireproof Storage Hauling, Packing and Shipping W. B. MOSES & SONS llth & F N.W. STORAGE ROOMS, Cf montii I/)NG - DISTANCE ?P> A up. MOVING. PACKING by EX PERTH. Best facilities for AUTOMOBILE STORAGE. North 104 Union Storage Co.:, TW-> TLA. AVE. N.W. 414 3rd sf! N.W. Washington Baltimore BIG 4 TRANSFER Co., Inc., Padded Motor Vans FOR LONG DISTANCE MOVING White Man in Charge 1044-54 29th St. N.W. Phone West 1841 Philadelphia New York ?e0? REAL ESTATE LOANS. On D. C. Real Estate. We act at once. Courteous treatment. PERCY H. RUSSELL CO.. nth aad N. Y, ?n MONEY TO LOAN??I50 TO (300.000 ON p. C. real estate. Several large trust fuads. All I trsaaacUoua conducted with economical oea dderation for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS A CO., ! Southern bldg.. 807 13th at. a.w. WE HAVE A LIMfTED AMOUNT OP MONET to loan at 3H per cent interest an improved property in tlie District of Columbia. PITCH. FOX A HROWN, 1713 Eye st. n.w. MONBT TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATU At lowest rates. Specialprivlleges with rtapeet to payments. TYLEB ? RUTHERFORD. ffr: ltth st. n.w. RIAL ESTATE LOANS A SPECIALTY. Lowest Interest Rates. Prompt Servtos. GEO W. Ll.Nh.IXg. 1714 Pa. avs. WE SAVE MONET ON RAND TO~lOAN OS ved real estate security In the D. C. st It rates of Interest. PROMPT BEPLIES ECONOMICAL CONSIDERATION roil .IOOEE * HILL (Inc.), 1420-23 H st. MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGES oa D. C. real estate. FEDERAL REAL ES TATE CORPORATION. 501-000 Woodwafd bldg.; telephone Main 970 and $T1. . ESTATE IN THE DISTRICT OP RIA. MARYLAND OR VIRGINIA. TO LOAN, IN LABGE OB SMALL SUMS. LOWEST BATES OF INTEREST. CITY AND FARM LOANS. LARGE LOANS A SPECIALTY. THE F. H. SMITH CO.. S15 ISth STREET N.W? WASHINGTON. D. C. FUNDS IN HAND FOB FIRST TRUST. AMOUNTS PROM $1,000 TO S20.0M. Also large fun* to loaa on bualasss property or apartment bldg*. Prompt answers to applications. One par east Mala ?S4S. TU 14th XrZm. WANTED?MONEY.