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Joy irV "Black Patch" After Re
moval of Restriction on Exportation.
KrtJI8VI!,t,E. ICy.. Nor. 27. There l
Joy In (ho "Illack Tntch" of Kentucky
(Ince the British order-ln-councll 1,as
been rnlseJ, temporarily, at leant, re
moving all restrictions on the re-export
of American tobacco from Holland Into
Otrmany and Austria. The announce
ment of the Netherlands overseas trust
baa created the greatest optimism- In the
dark producing district, since It assures
higher prices and a much more active
market for the season Just about to
Nearly a hundred petitions were for
warded to tho Htutn Department by
bodies of growers In Tennessee and
western Kentucky, and It la felt here
that the representations of Uenator Olllo
James and Congressmen Albcn .W. Bark
ley, Bwngcr Bherley, and R. Y. Thomas,
of Kentucky, and llyrnes, of Tennessee,
aa well as Senator Martin of Vlrglnja
have had their effect.
Germany and Austria annually con
sume about 32 per cent of the dark to
bacco grown In Kentucky and Tennes
see. They take the best grades and pay
the highest market prices for It. Last
year's depression In the tobacco mar
kets Is ascribed by dealers to the ab
sence of German and Austrian buyers.
Not only are they looked 6na price
makers by reason of their paying top
values, but with them out of tha market
It leaves the 'high-priced grades they
Usually take an a surplus on the mar
ket, which must be sold at a sacrifice. If
at all.
For weeks past the tobacco trade all
over the dark district has been bringing
all possible pressure to bear at Wash
ington seeking to have the British em
bargo raised so that unrestricted ship
ments could he made. The fact that the
concession this time comes as the re
sult of representations made by the
Netherlands does not In any manner
take from the pleasure felt here, for the
effect Is Just the same as If It had come
In answer to American petitions.
Crown Fete Ends.
TOKYO. Nov. a. The Emperor ard
his court hne returned here from
Klcte. which for three weeks has been
the scene of celebrations In connection
with tln Mikado's coronation. All the.
functions and Industrial displays are at
an end.
Concert Today 1
Orchestral Concert by the U. S.
Soldiers' Horn Band, at
Stanley Hall at 6:45
I Director.
March, "Our National President"
Overture, "Undine" Lachner
Bulte, "Three Bongs from Ell
land", Von Flellts
1. "Bllent Woe." 2. "Becret Urcet
Ipgs," 3. "Anathema."
Selcotlon, "The dirt Who Smiles"
Popular songs, (a) "I'm a-Longtn'
fo- You" Jane Hathaway
(b) "The Jtagtlme Pipe of Pan"
(Hit of the N. Y. Winter Garden.)
Va,lse hesitation, "Bouplrs d'Amour"
(Love's Sighs) Weqdllng
Novelette, "A Basket of Roses"
Finale, "Listen to That Dixie Band"
"The Btar-Bpangled .Banner."
Head of British Militants Said to
.Have Abdicated Owing to
uovernineiii tAwio uciwao,
Will Offer Few, If Any, Wi
nesses in Case.
LONDON, Nov. . Mrs. Emmellne
Esnkhurst haa practically abdicated as
head of the Woman's Social and Politi
cal Union, the English militant suffra
gette organization, according to state
ments by members of the society. Her
withdrawal comes as a sequel to dissen
sions caused by her attacks on Foreign
Minister 8lr Edward drey and other
government officials. Mrs. Pankhurst'o
emphatically expressed opinion has been
for tome time that the British are not
waging the war with sufficient energy.
Her criticisms hac been unsparing.
She declined, however, to discus re
ports of her elimination from leadership
In the union.
Her daughter. Miss Chrlstobel Pank
hurst, who was summoned by members
of the union to return from Paris on the
ground that an English woman's place
Is In her own country In a crlsli l'ke the
present one, telegraphed: "I cannot
tako this matter seriously, and Intend to
NBW YORK, Not. 2. The ease)
against the directors of the Ham
burgrAmerlcan line will be in the
hands of a Jury early this week. Fed
eral officials predicted today. They
Based their belief on the theory that
the defense will offer few If any wit
nesses. William Rand, chief counsel for the
defense. Intimated that his closing
statement will be an attempt to Jus
tify the Hamburg-American's activi
ties n furnishing, supplies to Oerman
commerce raiders, or to show them,
at the most, mere technical violations
uf rustoms regulations.
Paul Moley, the broker accused of
securing a fraudulent passport for
the mysterious Frans von Rlntelen,
will be tried Immediately after the
Hamburg. Amorlcan directors, and
other German-American conspiracy
cases wilt follow.
Would Bar Officials
From Borrowing Money
The necessity for legislation to pre-
. vent bank omcers from lending to
I themselves or for their personal benefit
tne runas or depositors committed to
their care, la emphasized, according to
Comptroller of the Treasury John Skel.
ton Williams, by tho failure of the
I First National Bank of New Richmond,
In a statement to the public the
Comptroller declares that the failure
was causcq py just such practice.
Keep Every Mail Sack
Working, Latest Order
"Keep every mall aack working," waa
the order Issued to every postofflce In
the country. From now until the holi
days are over, as quick as a mall sack
Is empty It will be sent back to the
omce ana siartea out witn a new load
-: 1 t
Plan to Continue Home for Aged
To, Be Taken Up At
Meeting Today.
Plans for, the' contlnunnre of the He-
urow iinme lor tne Aged at tu M street
northwest, where a number of poor
Jewish men and women are malntalneJ,
will be discussed at a mass meeting at
S o'clock today at the Adas Israel Syna
gogue, sixth and I streets northwest.
The' matter of uniting all Hebrew chari
ties -In Washington also will be consid
ered. .
President Danxansky. of the home,
will report and. officers will be elected.
Tne speakers .will Include Simon won.
Dr. Abram Rlmnn. Tiahhi rieornf Silver-
stone. Rabbi' Hurwltz, Rabtl Grossman,
no ie uaumgarten.
Wilson Commends Plan
For Pensionjof Pastors
CHICAGO: Nov. a. A letter of com
mendation of the Interdenominational
campaign to raise a pension fund of
K7.000.000 for veteran preachers wss re
ceived from President Wilson by the
board vOf conference claimants. The
Rev. John T. Brabner Smith made fhe
letter nubile It follows:
"Allow me to acknowledge receipt of
your letter of November II. X take
fileasura In expressing my very deep
nterest In the effort which you repre
sent to obtain an endowment whloh
will supply the means of pensioning
agea preacners. Tnia u a mauer in
which I have long had a great Inter
est, for I have seen so many charac
ters which demonstrate tho necessity of
such action."
Mexican Educators Are
Received at Embassy
Eighty-one teachers and principals of
Mexican public schools were tendered a
reception at the Mexican embassy build
ing this afternoon by Senor Ellseo Aire
dondo, confidential agent of the Car
ranxa government here, and this even
ing they will attend the Marine Band
Concert at the Belasco Theater.
After a study of the Washington
sokool system tomorrow and Tuesday,
they will go to Philadelphia on Wednes
day morning and will sail for Mexico
next week. The visitors will go nrst
to the James Ormond Wilson Normal
School tomorrow morning, where they
will be met by R. L. Haycock, super
vising principal of the third division.
On Tuesday they will visit the high
schools. '
Friend 'Says He Is Positive it
Was Missing Baltimore Man
Who Called on Telephone.
NBW TORK, Nov. M.-Beareh was
being made here last night for Dwlght
F. Mallory, director of the Baltimore
Federal League baseball club and for
mer champion trapshooter of Maryland,
who was, first believed to have been
drowned, but Is now said to be wander-
Jng about temporarily deranged.
Aiauory, wno is manager or the T. H.
Symington company of Baltimore, deal
ing In railway supplies, dlsapeared ten
days ago while duck hunting. His boat
containing his shoes, hat and coat
Percival Chubb Decries Rise of
. Chorus Show and 'Fall of
CHICAGO, Nov. . America Is cul
ture bankrupt, according to Percival
Chubb, director of the Kthlcal Culture
Society. of St. Louis.
Chubb made the charge at the closing
session of the fifth annual convention
of National Teachers of Ilnrllsh. Ho
said Instead of true culture and folk
lore, America has a "tlntlnnauulatlnir,
ragtime. shoulder-swinging, r.nger
snsnplng culture," which lets a Shakes
peare show close In a week, but sup
ports a barelegged, half-naked chorus
show for a record run, ,
drifted ashore and It was believed be
waa drowned. '
J. Symington saya he Is positive that
the man who called him on the tele
phone and represented himself to be
Mallory actually was the missing man.
Mallory said he was naming rrom
Newark hotel, but before the police ar
rived he had disappeared.
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S5-" Sport Goats
Stylish coats for misses
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bla-h-v '
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$20.00 Goats
Hundreds of beautiful
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S25.00 Coats
Handsomely plush
trlmmed black fur fabrlo
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1 25c Children's
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