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MRS. ROGERS' VOTE
BEST OF CAREER G. 0. P. Representative Breasts Democratic Tide to Win by 30,000. By the Associated Press. LOWELL, Mass., November 12.— Breasting the Démocratie lull tide, Mrs. Edith Nourse Rogers goes back to Congress, a Republican Representa tive, with the strongest backing her constituents ever have given her. The city, which went Democratic by 11,000 in the contest for the governor ship, went for Mrs. Rogers by 27.000; and the district gave her 30,000 votes more than her Demo cratic opponent, Jeremiah J. O'Sullivan. Among her most active sup porters were the World War vet erans. They waged a volunteer crusade, touring the district in her behalf. Mrs. Rogers was born In Saco, Me., 53 years ago and came to Lowell *ith her parents as a child. She attended a girls' school here and an other In Paris. In 1917 she married the late Rep resentative John Jacob Rogers, who in 1917 was a member of a Congres sional Committee sent to Prance to observe war-time conditions. She ac I Rrp. Rogers companled her husband u far as England, where she entered a hospital as a student nurse. After they return ed to America, he enlisted In the Field Artillery and she entered the Walter Reed Hospital as a nurse. After the war, Mrs. Rogers served as President Harding's personal representative In hospitalization work. Succeeded Her Husband. Representative Rogers died In mid term. in 1925, and local veteran or ganizations demanded she become a candidate. She was elected and has served the district ever since. Mrs. Rogers maintains her hus band's old law office here. She almost invariably travels by airplane. She is erect, of medium height and weight and her hair is graying. She dresses inconspicuously and during congres sional sessions wear* a black tunic. THREE ASPHYXIATED Mother and Two Daughters Die as Heater Devitalizes Air. GUELPH, Ontario, November 12 UP).—Mrs. Wesley Heard anil her two daughters, Alice. 9, and Ruth Eileen, S, died In the bath room of their home here Saturday night, asphyxiated after a heater had devitalized the air. The woman's husband came home to And Mrs. Heard and one of his daughters dead. The other girl died at a hospital within an hour. COLORED HEALTH DRIVE WILL PRESENT PRIZES Plaques to Be Awarded Commu nities Proving Superior Over Past Three Tear·. Communities that have shown superior work In health achievement will be given prizes early next month by the National Negro Health Move ment, according to Dr. Roscce C. Brown of the Public Health Service. Plaques will be awarded those com munities that nave proven superior ior the past three years, based on reports sent to the Public Health Service. Certificates will be given ior the first year's achievement. It was said that 12 communities are now In position, by reason of two years of achievement, to receive the plaque award on the basis of this year's work. Plans for National Negro Health week, beginning April 12, on the birth day anniversary of Dr. Booker T. Washington, its founder, were made at a recent conference attended by prominent physicians and health authorities. Tunnel Receipts Large. Since the opening of the Mersey Tunnel, England, in July, nearly 900,000 passengers have paid tolls amounting to nearly $5,000 a day. HIT BY AUTOMOBILE |B -, r Theresa Cuddy, 14, Knocked Down After Leaving Car. Theresa Cuddy. 14, of 642 Β street southeast, was knocked down by an automobile after she had alighted from a street car at Michigan avenue and Fourth street norheast yesterday. She was taken to Providence Hos pital, where her condition has not been determined. Walter J. Flanagan, 54, of Baker ton, W. Vs., driver of the car, was booked by twelfth precinct police on a technical charge of reckless driving and paroled to appear in Traffic Court if wanted. Y. W. C. A. AIDE ATTACKED Arrest of a 45-year-okl woman, waited for an attack on Miss Fran ces Terrell, 50, of 233 Ο street, secre tary of the Y. W. C. A t while seated at a desk in the office of the 614 Ε street, branch of the association last night was sought today. Miss Terrell was seated at her desk when the woman, said to have prevl- i ously annoyed her, entered and - hurled three stones at her, one cut ting her head, another striking a lamp and the third going wild. Miss Terrell was given surgical aid at Casualty Hospital Ckcmrii m m* · ·» Nibco Floor Duster //Now 39c —The tri a η g u lar shaped c h e mically treated double serv i c e floor dusters with 50-in. de t a c h a b le handle. Kann's—Third Floor. s.pat. orf. Cleanable Finish for Walls and Woodwork 95c qt· —Interior semi - gloss—a new, modern, velvety fin ish that is easy to use, easy to clean and gives your walls and woodwork new beauty. Kann's—Third Floor. FANTAN ENAMEL Made by Sapolin 99c qt. White and Colors FANTAN Quick _Λ Drying VarnUh / VC G I. Stain. SAPOLIN Stove Pipe Enamel 25c, 40c, 70c SAPOLIN Gold Glaze for Radiator* 35c, 60c, $1.10 SAPOLIN Finish 70c qt. Kami's—Third "Floor. Drapery Store Third Floor ΎΚ· Λν·ηυ·"—7th, It h and Ο >U> A Sale of Quaker and Other Lace CURTAINS At Savings of a Third to a Half! —This sale is the result of a special purchase of a large surplus stock of curtains A beauti ful assortment, includ ing many discontinued patterns. *1.67 pr. —Originally $2.49 . . . beau tiful Quaker lace curtains in a shantung weave with large and small figured centers. Width 72 in. to the pair . . . length 2'i yards. $2.95 Values —Shantung and filet weaves in ecru color and a variety of pat tern*,. Width 72 in. to the pair. Length 2'i to 2'i yards. —Originally $4.95 . . . Extra fine quality Quaker £ Lace Curtains in ecru color. Tailored styles in a ψ variety of patterns. 2V4 and 2>/a yards long. 2.47 Only 20 of These Solid Maple Chest of Drawers . . . . $10.95 —Don't wait—It isn't often that you have the opportunity to "pick up" a solid maple chest of drawers at this price. They're 42 inches high. 30x18 in. deep, with oak interior, pegged top and rounded corners. Kann's—Third Flow—7th St. Bldg. RUGS In Scatter and Larger Sizes —There's a quaint charm about the hand hooked rug that appeals to the modern housewife. These are in unusually attrac tive old-fashioned patterns and soft, mellow colorings. 24x36-in., $2.98 30x60-in., $6.50 34x48-in., $4.98 4x6-ft. .. $16.50 27x54-in.f $6.50 6x9-ft. . .$34.95 8xl0-ft. Size at.I . .$54.95 * Kann'e—Third Floaft Hand-Hooked A Fine Collection of Beautiful A h· Av»nu·"—71K, StH «nd Ο SU. 1,500 Genuine "SEAMPRUFE" CM ^ ^ With the 7-Star Of Pure-Dye SATIN and Crepe la Rue With the 7'Star Guarantee! ★ Colorprufe ★ Klingprufe ★ Perfect Form Fitting ★ Seams Will Not Bulk or Sag ★ Adjustable "Shoulder-Eze" Straps ★ Seams Guaranteed "Rip Prufe" During Life of Gar· ment. ★ Shrinkprufe More Than a Dozen Styles! —"Seamprufe" slips are the answer to what a good slip should be! Bias and straight line models, with shaped imported laces, sunburst hemstitching, Hollywood vee, or straight bodice tops ... Tearose, black, navy and brown. Regular »ixe« 32 to 44 . . . Extra (ises 46 to 52. Evening Slips in tizet 32 to 38. Satin Slip· in tizes 32 to 44. Kann's—Second Floor. Rhinestone Clips *1.00. *1.95 —A brilliant array ready to sparkle and glitter on daytime and evening cos tumes. Several different styles with white stones in baguette and other dia mond cuts, set in non-tarnishable rho dium. Kann's—Jewelry—Street Floor. INITIAL Your TOWELS In Lest Than a Minute —Attractive initials ready to be attached to your towels. Simply press them on with a moderately hot iron, they will not come off. Black, white, green, orchid, peach and maize—all fast color. Initials 10 ea. Kann's—Notions—Street Floor. New! Different! Monk Cord Belts *1.00 —Silk and metallic effects to wear with daytime and evening dresses or tunics. Gold and silver finishes, white, navy, gray, brown and black—here at this price. Kann's—Leather Goods—Street Floor. Fashion Says— Your Lipstick Must Match Your Nail Polish CUTEX Nail Polish.... 31c CUTEX Lipstick 50c —Cutex gives you perfect color harmony: Ruby lipstick matches ruby polish—Cardinal lispstick is the twin for Cardinal polish—Coral lipstick goes with coral polish— and Natural lipstick, tones in with Natural, Mauve and Rose polish. Kann's—Street Floor. Hand-Crocheted Bed JACKETS *2.95 to $4.95 * —Lovely, soft, pastel-colored bed jackets . . . and shoulder capes with plain centers and pastel circular flare borders, or in black and white combinations. • Plain colored boucl· Huf-Me-Tifht», $2.95 Kinn'·—Nedtweer—etreet Floor. We Repeat Our Great Sale of COATS $25 i For Women For Misses For Juniors ι —Thia sale was repeated to meet the continuous demand for these smart coats ... We searched the market to dupli cate the values in the previous sale—and in many instances they've been surpassed. Rich fabrics, luxuriously furred. Siars 1! to 17, 14 to 20, 38 to 50, 35 to 47. Kann's—Coat Shop»— Second Floor.