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MRS. REED SMOOT
CLAIMED OY DEATH Wife pf Utah Senator Had Been 111 Two Years —Noted as Hostess. After being confined to her bed for more than two years, Mrs. Alpha May Smoot, wife of Senator Reed Smoot of Utah, died at o'c7lock this morning at her home, 2521 Connecticut avenue. She was 65 years old. Mrs. Smoot's death followed a general physical breakdown about two years ago. She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, on August 6, 1863, a daughter of Horace S. and Chloe Redfleld Eldredge. Married In 1884. On September 17, 1884. she was mar ried to Reed Smoot. They were the parents of six children—Harold R. Smoot, Chloe Smoot Cardon, Annie K. Rebenttsch, Harlow E. Smoot, Zella Ester Nlbley and Ernest W. Smoot. In a tribute to his wife, Senator Smoot said: “She was above all a wonderful home maker. Her whole lire revolved around her family and her home and she managed the latter with superb ability.” Shortly after Mrs. Smoot came to Washington with her husband, 26 years ago, she began to acquire a reputation for hospitable entertainment in her home. Had Entertained Presidents. During her years here Mrs. Smoot was hostess to Presidents Roosevelt, Taft, Harding and Coolidge at dinner parties, as well as scores of other prominent public officials and representatives of foreign nations. Mrs. Smoot was ever generous in charitable causes, but most of her work along this line was done individually. Despite the fact that she spent most of her time in her home, Mrs. Smoot took an active interest in politics, and Senator Smoot has been quoted as say ing his wife u’as “a great factor in whatsoever success he attained.” While in Utah she was a member of the Republican Women's Club of that State, and in Washington belonged to the Wives of Senators’ Club. — • NEW AMERICAN CONSUL IS FETED BY LONDONERS v By the Associated Press. LONDON, November 7.—Albert Hal stead. the new American consul general, waa the guest of honor at the Pilgrims’ luncheon today. Commenting on the election in the United States, he re marked that “the presidential election shows that the United States will do business at the old stand under the able and prosperous leadership of Mr. Hoover.” He referred also to the congratula tions which Alfred E. Smith had sent to the President-elect, indicating, as he put it, “that the bitterness of the cam paign was not as deep as had been reported abroad.” Mr. Halstead was welcomed by a hundred men prominent in British life who extended greetings to him on be half of the Pilgrims’ Society. Fruits and vegetables are bearers of health Eat them, cooked and rarw, each day . t - -—■Man of ***• country’s leading food scientists was asked what rule he could give for healthy :f° jL eating. ‘‘This would be my first rule,” he said. * ‘‘Eat at least one raw salad (vegetable and at •A le**b one raw fruit each day. In addition to I that, eat at least one cooked vegetable and one - \\Jt3BfcC /\ cooked fruit each day. Rotate the fruits and J vegetables with season, price and taste.” He went on immediately to emphasize the 1 value of sugar in making fruits and vegetables palatable and enjoyable. People no longer need feel that a meal has to be unenjoyable in order to be health ful. In fiet, the opposite is true. It is of great importance to the health of the body to enjoy the right foods as well as to eat them. And sugar is nature’s most perfect flavor, the adder of zest and pleasure to eating. Many of the most healthful fruits, for example, wculd be almost uneatable without sugar. Adding sugar makes the harsh fruit acids delightful to the taste. It does not injure or change in any way the beneficial health qualities of the fruits. And the good cook knows that nearly every vegetable has its flavor improved when sugar is used in cooking. Successful cookery and health-giving diets revolve around sugar. Sugar in the kitchen and on the table can be so useful in promoting health and good digestion. What, for example, is so enjoyable and refreshing as fresh grapefruit, sweetened to taste? It is important to eat fruits and vegetables daily and to enjoy them. The Sugar Institute. \ wMm Na ‘■; At first she could find no way to ; ■ • make him shake off his irritable Yfl| l&piranHßL ambitionless lethargy. Then one * hc tolt * k* m > in so many Bob knew what was cutting I w vPaflH down his efficiency; knew that poi \J| sons bottled up in the system ruined W? 'v dispositions, undermined health, w Yet he’d tried ordinary laxatives; slow-acting health foods—cathar that wrac ked the system ; : a Feen-a-mint is different! It's just like a bit of delicious mint chewing gum; You don't swallow it hastily, like other laxatives —you chew it! The chewing releases Feen-a-mint’s wonderful cleansing principle so gradually, so naturally that it acts with unbeliev able gentleness— yet sweeps out the clogging poisons from your whole system. In 3 to 4 hours (or by morning, if you take it at bedtime) it freshens you from top to toe! It won’t torture you with griping pains. It won’t disturb digestion. It won’t enslave you to laxative pills. Get Feen-a-mint at your druggist’s today; Feen-a-mint Chew it like Gum Senator’s Wife Dead ■Ks f MRS. REED SMOOT. —Harris & Ewing Photo. OLD DOMINION ADDS TO HOOVER MAJORITY Delay Experienced in Getting Re turns as Intense Interest Departs. By the Associated Press. RICHMOND, * Va., November 7. There was no doubt today of the Com plete victory scored by Herbert Hoover in the Old Dominion, additional returns from scattering precincts adding some what to the total piled up by the Re publican nominee. The intense interest in the campaign had departed, and rural precincts not reporting last night were slow in mak ing a count, realizing that the lead of 21,560 registered by the Republican standard bearer in 1,448 of the State’s 1.665 precincts was conclusive. This slowness hampered the collection of re turns on the congressional races, two of them being unusually close and two others still in doubt. - v Prevent Dandruff Pleasant, healing, Liquid 2!emo massaged into the scalp destroys dandruff. Irritations, soreness and itching frequently disappear over night. Zemo pentrates, soothes and cleanses the scalp, keeps it healthy and prevents dandruff. It is a clean, safe healing liquid— and the sure way to eradicate and prevent itching scalp and dan druff. All druggists—3sc, 60c, SI.OO. xemo FOR SKIN IRRITATION' THE EVEyiXG STAR. WASHiyGTOy^^c!^wißffii FULL TICKET WINS JERSEY ELECTION State Offices Go Republican With Hoover and Senate Candidate. By the Associated Press. NEWARK. N. J., November 7.—Run ning true to form, Republican candi dates for national office, in sweeping the New Jersey field, carried State con testants with them. After turning from their neighbor, Alfred E. Smith, to Herbert Hoover, the voters of this State, which in 40 years has gone Democratic only for its native son, Grover Cleveland, and its adopted son, Woodrow Wilson in 1912, dismissed Edward I. Edwards. Demo crat, from the United States Senate in favor of Hamilton F. Keane, who for many years was Republican national committeeman. For the first time since 1916. when gubernatorial and presidential elections also coincided, the governorship was Woodward & Lothrop 10™11™F and G Streets 49 Different Styles in Womens and Misses’ Pajamas Every kind of smart pajamas imaginable are A * here—pajamas of cotton, flannelette and silk. I Dainty affairs, sophisticated and striking I styles. Pajamas for bedroom, for midnight Ak supper parties- at college —for lounging. They seem endless in. styles each more / . adorable than the last. 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Silk Pajamas, Third Floor. wrested from the Democrats, and Re publican members of the House of Rep resentatives and of the State Legislature were re-elected generally. The vote in 1.906 of 2,920 districts was: For President—Smith, 361.905; Hoover. 617,096: for United States Sen ator, Edwards, 359,936; Keane, 550.888; for governor. Morgan F. Larson (Re publican), 534.236; William F. Dill (Democrat). 395.238. In this triumph, the prestige of Rep resentative Franklin W. Ford of East Orange, secretary of .the Republican national committee, was augmented. This crashing Democratic defeat was the most serious sustained by Frank Hague, vice chairman of the Demo cratic national committee, and mayor of Jersey City, since he came into Na tion-wide prominence. COLORADO GIVES VOTE ADVANTAGE TO HOOVER National Candidate’s Success Is Not Matched, However, by State Ticket. By the Associated Pres*. DENVER. Colo., November 7.—Colo rado has given Its support overwhelm ingly to Herbert Hoover for President, but had returned Its Democratic gov ernor. William H. Adams, to office by almost as great a majority, returns from the larger precincts and ap proximately half those in the State In dicated today. • Hoover had 128.425 votes and Smith 71.117 In 668 of the State’s 1.586 pre cincts. Gov. Adams had received 129.- 859 votes and Attorney General Wil liam L. Boatright, 75,917 In 811 pre cincts. Representative Edward T. Taylor of Glenwood Springs appeared on the face of incomplete returns to have been the only Democrat elected to Congress. E. S. Harrison White, Democrat, an an nounced wet, who had been chosen at a special election in Denver County a year ago to fill the unexplred term of the late William N. Vaile, lost In a landslide for William R. Eaton. 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