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e Gypsy
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Buck Rogers Outfit.$3.95
Cowboy Outfit.$1.69
Indian Chief.$1.19
Buck Jones Outfit.. $3.95
KING’S PALACE
810-818 Seventh St. N.W.
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WILSON CRITICIZED
BY LLOYD GEORGE
Third Volume of Memoirs
Charges Delay in Enter
ing War Costly.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, October 26.—David
Lloyd George sharply criticises Wood
row Wilson In the third volume of his
memoirs, published today In the
United States. He also said he be
lieved Wilson hoped that peace would
be won before any Americans lost
their lives In the war.
"Prom the moment when Germany
declared her unrestricted submarine
warfare, America’s entry was a fore
gone conclusion,” writes the British
war time premier. ‘‘That she waited
for two months before she would ad
mit this fact must be attributed to
the attitude of the President.
Delay at Vital Time.
■’The delay did not avert the issue.
It only made it two months before
she began to prepare herself for the
defense of her Interests or the sup
port of her associates In the struggle.
"And this was at a time when days
were of vital Importance; when it
was becoming a matter of touch and
go whether the cause which America
was driven to espouse might not be
finally defeated before she could put
into the field an eflective contingent
for its defense.
“Had those two months been
utilized for preparation, the American
Army would have been adequately
represented in the trenches in France
at the end of March, 1918, and the
Ludendorff coup would have failed
at the outset.”
Slow Sending Aid.
Lloyd George charges that America
was slow in sending men to Prance,
and that, in effect, the men sent
would have been useless had not the
allies furnished arms and other equip
ment.
"I cannot help thinking that in
his (Wilson’s) heart,” he continues,
”he hoped that the mere act of
ranging the States with their infinite
resources on the side of the allies
would lead to peace before any Amer
ican blood was shed.”
FIRM IS FINED $125
FOR PEST IN BERRIES
Japanese Bettle Is Found in Ship
ment Made Illegally to Tea
Boom in Virginia.
The discovery of a Japanese beetle
in a box of huckleberries being pre
pared for a pie in a Warrenton (Va.)
tea room has resulted in a $125 fine
upon the Great Atlantic & Pacific
Tea Co. of New Jersey for illegal
transportation of uncertified huckle
berries from their warehouse here to
the Virginia city, it was revealed to
day by the Agriculture Department.
The department said that, although
inspection was available, the tea com
pany had requested that all inspec
tion of berries be omitted, as it would
damage them.
The shipping clerk agreed not to
send any berries to points outside
the area under quarantine, accord
ing to the department, but investiga
tion disclosed that in spite of this
agreement the tea company made five
separate shipments of huckleberries
from Washington to Warrenton is
July,
Jurist on Trial
CHARGED WITH KILLING OF
BUSINESS ASSOCIATE.
JUDGE ROSCOE LUKE,
City Court Judge at Thomasville,
Ga., and former member of the
Georgia Court of Appeals, la shown
as he went on trial at Thomaaville
Tuesday charged with the murder
of Oscar Groover, a business as
sociate. Judge Luke was president
of a building and loan association,
of which Groover was secretary
treasurer. and following the shoot
ing the judge said he accidentally
killed his "best friend." Groover
was killed by a shotgun charge as
he talked with Judge Luke on a
downtown street. —A. P. Photo.
MORE CIVIL SERVICE
FAVORED BY WHITE
Should Be Extended to New
Agencies, Commissioner Tells
Federal Employes Forum.
Civil service should be extended to
the emergency agencies and other
groups of Federal employes now sub
ject to political appointment, Leonard
D. White, member of the Civil Service
Commisison, last night told the Edu
cational Forum of the National Fed
eration of Federal Employes.
Arguing that the merit system
makes for good Government, the
speaker said an effective civil service
system, with Its recruitment of trained
and qualified employes who make a
career of public service, Is a bulwark
against radicalism "either of the
rightist or leftist variety.”
Among employes who should be
brought under civil service. White
named postmasters of the first, second
and third class, and deputy collectors
of customs and Internal revenue.
White said also that progress is be
ing made toward bettering the effi
ciency rating system.
The speaker was introduced by
Luther C. Steward, national president
of the Federation.
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Family In Halloween
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• Mickey Mouse
• Minnie Mouse
• Three Little Pigs
• Big Bad Wolf
Sizes 4 to 14
$1.49 ^
• Clarabelle Cow
• Horace Horsecollar
. Sizes 4 to 14
$1.95

in Adult Six**?
Mickey Mouse—Minnie
Mouse—Big Bad Wolf—$2.49 ea.
Clarabelle Cow—
Horace Horsecollar—$2.9S ea.
Street and Fourth Floors.
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TOMORROW
A Dr, Scholl Representative
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Will Be in Our
Shoe Department
An Opportunity for
Foot Sufferers
—to learn how to obtain relief ...
and to obtain Pedo-graph prints of 1
your stockinged feet without charge.
Also sample of Dr. Scholl's Zlno
pads for corns and an interesting f
booklet, “Treatment and Care of the
Feet,” by Dr. Wm. M. Scholl.
—Thie Service te for Men,
Women and Children
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you’ll find it at Kann’s”
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—As new as the new day—this
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Modern Monocraft initiate
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RIGHT
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53.50 p*
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Black, brown and white.. Sizes 5% to 7%.
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estly priced) look and feel like more
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RHINESTONES

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^ $1
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metal. Royal, brown,
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▼ $1
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designs. Self fringed.
t > r
$1.95
—Transparent velvet tri
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cade patterns—also la
multicolors.
Neckwear
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Culbertson
Contract
Bridge
RED
BOOK
on Play !
$2
—New and revolutionary
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200 remarkable hands.
Written for experts—yet
simple enough for a child.
Complete, official for all
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Bookstore.
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