THE WASHINGTON TIMES; FRIDAY; NOVEMBER '3? 196.
nt 21.7 ocnln. lieuns In' re haVo advanced
Ml per coiit. and ovory Saturday I h
day of mournliiK In Hoston. Tlio only
largo advanco In export price to our
forrlmi customer In In potatoes from
i'2 cents to $1.13. and tlicy arc two dollar
Tab!c of Prices.
-"Tlio following tabulation tells the
"KxiKiits.of ccrtuln foods turf s for tho
cIkIiI monlliH onded:
Arlldf. Au. 15.
Fj.UI'il, hbl....'. lO.Jie.uno
Tolnl wiluc NM.KM.omi
Vnlro ir hUl - .10
tVHCAI. IiukIi J40.5W.IW
TiiIhI nluc ttC6.U3.O0O li:i,;M,000
Vnliio irr liusli 11.41 , (1.315
COHS, bush 41.71S.CCO 40,715.000
Totnl alue 1X1,716,0(0 W.306.C0U
Value tirr liunh U.M 10.84
COI1N MKA1., Mils.... 360.CW M2.K0
Tolnl nluo 1,M2,(C0 II.IOS.CCO
ViiIua per libl I1.S0 3.74
13A!ll,i:V, liusli lt.CUX 17.6K.OCO
Total clu 1C,CU7,00'I iii,i.rro
ViilUfl prr uusli Iv.ToO
JU'K. liusli 6,T(iO,tOO
Total value tS.CiS.OW
Value pr butli 11. IS
OATMKAU lbs 64.261,000
Total value ll.MJ.OOO
Valtk XT lb I0.CC
ItlCH. IIih 4.,3O0.COi)
Tatul va Inn II.SSO.IOO
Value )r lb 10.041
UCKi.S, dori-n 10.:eo,OW
Tolnl nluc I.Y.'OI.W)
Value Ikt iliiz SU.'.'IO
lllll'.hit ilKKK lbs. .. lS'i.6t0,0
Total ulu . .. .
Vn lie per II
FUK.tll l'OIIK, lbs,
Tot il Millie
Value per lb,
,!?;":' Repeated Blows Against Aus-
li.Mi . . .... - -
ioo.:o4.tco- iran Lines win uams 01
Almost a Mile.
BACUN. lbs xs.cfo.nro
By JOHN H. HEARLEY.
HOME, Nov, 3. Consecutive waves of
to.M . Itallnn Infantry arc crashing aaalnst
S'S'IS the Austrian lines south of Qorltz In
' li.oj ' ono of tho most oworful blows struck
t7,635,oi by Qt ncral Cadorna since Italy entered
' I tho War.
loi,:(0,oco ' FollowInK up their successes southeast
4,ir,o.foo of Qorltz, I ho Italians liavo occupied
II soo'oco a m,,e of lnc UorlU-Vogeniko railway
3!i:i0oo and are tmttllne on the height near
Ju.n j Katnpcrllsce. It was In this region that
Ji"tifiio majority or the 4.731 prisoners re-
"o!i: 1 ported In yesterday's official statetnenl
4:,:w.ouo were ciptuicd.
Value per lb.
Value pr lb.
Total value .
Value ner lb.
Mll.K, comlenscd, lbs.
S3, UK, COO
Tot.il alue 12,76S,2CO
Vnlro ner lb.' J0.07S
I1KANHA I'lIAH. lbs.. Ktf.OtO
Tolnl, Milne :,!f6t.dX
A alue per lli 10.30
roTT(ii:H. bush. ... :,o-.-6.w
Tiitill Millie ll.SM.MO
l"e per bush I0.C23
Antliriirlte, tons ... . i.302.100
Tutsi nlue . ... 11I.W7.WM
njue pir ton , li.V
Clti mli-oiiK. tuns . 10.W1.COO
Total nliie . . ?27,6.0W
luc Iht ton .. K.C1
Further south, the Italian center
broke through tho Austrian lines for
an 'advance of nearly a mile east ot
Oppachlscllo. The artillery attack on
the enemy's lines reached Its greatest
violence In this region. Tho Austrian
defenses were pulverized, and attacking
Infantry rounded up groups of dated
Tlio battlo Is extending southward to
(he Adriatic. The Italians am attack
Inc Austrian lines northwest of Dulno.
.i."."" , an important railway point called by
"' Ji'SS """n military writers the key to
"V: .' Tim nnlnlnn nrnvnlt. hero that IIak.
cral t'mlorna is preparing to strike a
UU45.0OOI w E stafford l0 Lecture
On Magic Ancient Plants
SIX ARRESTS FOLLOW
C. L. Piftsbury and Andrew
Sangster to Testify on Valu
Hearings on the valuation of tho Capi
tal Traction Company will bo bcrftm by
the Public Utilities Commission Monday
at 10 o'clock.
The dcslro of the commission is to ob
tain the direct testimony of Charles L.
Pillsbury. chief engineer, and Andrew
SatiKster, chief accountant of the vol
uatlon bureau, whoso headquarters aro
In Minneapolis and Chlena-o.
Mr. Pillsbury and Mr. .Sangster weru
summoned to Washington, to testify In
the hearings on the valuations of tho
Pototfiao Klcotrlo Power Company,
which will be temporarily adjourned. '
Tho hearing on tho valuation of tho
Capital Traction Company will bo con
fined to th direct testimony of the of
Aetata.' Cross-examination" will be de
ferred. Mr. I'lllsbury resumed the stand In
the Potomac Klectrlo Power Company
helirlnK at 2 o'clock this aftornoon, It
wns expected his teitlmny would bo
Let your skin tell you how wonder
fully efficient Poslam is, how easily
and quickly It drives away Pimples,
heals Kczema. disposes . of Itashes,
soothes and allays Inflamatlon. A
splendid test Is to apply to a small
nffenteil aurface at nluht and note Im
proved condition of the skin In tlio
mornlntr. Inflamed complexions urn
cleared In this brief time, and better
ment should bo seen in any cruptionai
THIRD FLOOR SPECIALS
Avenue Store Only
Take the Elevator
By John Foolc,
Continued from First Page.)
n. wmk before tho explosion, and It
wn pointed out that this meant, had
been uxeil Hucoesxfulh In Philadelphia
and Albuiiy. Kifty dollars, appropri
ated tu buy tho eNploalve, was taken
from contribution to tho strikers
and pntiHcd throuKh overal hands.
.Said He Know Man.
Mcinu atild he knew a man iMi1
,Qulre) in New Jersoy who could help
out, so two days before tho cxplo
alon Ilerllhy nnd Merna went to Cald
well. Kn totito to the Kcnvllle works
the pnrt saw the name of Johnson
on n wagon and decided to usu that.
So they wnid they were from John
son's nnd wanted the dynamite to
bio' up htiimpf. '
Hemming to Caldwell, they letted
the I.Miamlte and tlxed up, forty-nine
ticks In a mil tense.
Tin n tln' went imck to acw loik. ,
Ax the xtniy novf. Ilerllhy and another
innii. vvlio.fc iiiinie Is withheld, engaged i
the limh street uuard In talk, while
Menm lighted a lusp and droppod-lhr i
ilMvunlte mi the track. Then they dls-uppe.-ii'i'il
in the paik, throw Im: hwiiv
i.i is luin the pond. Yesterday McGuIre
nnd .Mei nn went back for more esplo
slvr mid this led to a round-up of all
Tiir.cs Stiunrc Better. '
crordlng to lleillhy. they thoiicht oC
putiiiii; dyiuiniito at the city hull sta
II bill decided that u'.thei Times
Bnu.ii' ur Klfty-ninth street would be
In I" rue ioililei't '' t'-' Mioti, he
i- hi, Knew uiuhing of the plans. I
He declared thi-v fitpecieu to woik1
ii Hu monilnw to nvehl Ios.h of
life as l hey nieiely whhed lo ilestioy
i i i i
iltmllton denied knowing anything
about the cie. while Pollock nnd 'nlle. '
t H nillee s-iy, nilmltted they knd heard
I i mmokIio matter lli'ciiM'ed ljut
U rv nothing of any action taken.
A charge of committing n felony In
p." ii? ilmunltc was lodged ngainst
"Magic Plants of the Ancient Amer
icans" will be tho subject of a lecture
by K. .Stafford, of the Hurcau of
Plant Industry, Department of Agri
culture. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
In tho lecture hall of the Piihllc
Library. The lecture will bo under)
auspices oi ine jtniiiropoiogicai society
of Washington. Mr. Stafford, it Is
stated, has given much study to this
subject and is well fitted to sfteak
Must Give $500 Bond
For Threat to Woman
Joseph !:. Klfig, giving his address
as 513 Second street northwest, was
ordered to furnish a bond of (500 or
serve sixty days In Jail today In the
Police Court, whore ho was found
guilty of threatening Maggie It. Rob
inson, 417 Second street noithwest.
King also was found guilty of carry
ing n razor concealed, and was lined
JM or sixty days In Jail. He was ar
rested by Policeman Krnost O'Mcara.
EVER FEELING AS
ILL IN IY LIFE
Man in the War Department
Says Before Taking Dreco
He Suffered All the
Time From Stom
THE WEATHER REPORT.
for 'Ciiil for Dlstile.t of Columbia
Pair tonight .mil tomorrow; not much
cbniigi In temperature: heavy frost to
nlpht moderate west winds.
(U. S. Hill can.)
I m fil
noon , M
p m .
. TiniO TAni.KS.
C. 9 I'omt and Oeodctlc Survey.)
Hlr;h tides.. 1:37 a. m., height, 2.7-
i:W p. m., height 2.f
Iiw tides . S;ni u. m height 0.1
!:02 p. m liclght 0.5
SI X AND MOON TABLES,
flun rose 6.37 I Sun sets
Moon Uses 1:36 a. m.
Light automobile lamps at 6:Sti p. m.
LARCH stone Jnuisla ile line; 1 sq. east of
Ifitli. 3 s'l. north of reierxolr. llungla not
bungalow Is correct, from Imlla originally.
DON'T BE BALD
Here's a Good Way to Stop Losh of
Hair and Start New Hair Growth.
If the lutlr root Is absolutely dead, per
manent huldneds will bo your lot, and
you might as well cheer up as to be
moan your fate.
If your hair Is falling or thinning out,
don't wait another day, but go to
O'Donncll's Drug Stores nnd got a battle
of Parisian Sage, the truly efficient hair
Don't say, "It's the same old story;
I've heard It before," but try a bottle
nt their rlk. ThdY. us well hs conrt
druggists everywhere, guarantee Parisian
Sage to grow hair, to stop falling hair,
to cure dandruff and stop scalp Itch, or
money reiiiiiucd, .
Parisian. Sago contains Just tho ele
ments needed to properly Invigorate and
nourish tho hair roots. It's a great fa
vorlto with dlsciimlnating ladles because
jt maues the nair sort, bright, and appear
iwicu us iiuuiiiiniu. it in uniisepuc. Kill
ing tho odors that como from excretions
of the scalp and, as everyone knows,
sngo Is excellent for the hair.
Parisian Sage is Inexpensive anil easily ob
tainable at drug anil toilet tounters every
Honestly. I don't remember ever feel
ing as well in my Ufa as I tlo since takini;
Dreco and now I'm recommending It
lo everyone I meet up with." said
John W. Caldwell, who has been em
ployed by the Government In tho War
Department for seventeen years.
Continuing, ho said: "For ycaus I
suffered with indigestion and extiomo
nervousness. Everything I ate .would
ferment, causing gas to form on ray
ptomach nnd the m'ist Intense pain. It
wns almost Impossible for me to sleep
and I dreaded for night to como, know
ing i would lav awake and toss and
tumble and suffer.
"After taking two bottles of Dreco
all my troubles wore gone and I was
as well as anybody. I got entirely rid J
oi an me inaigcsiion aim gas, anu now
I ran hardly eat enough to satisfy me.
My nervousness Is nil gone, and I sleep
fine all night and feel splendidly all
day. In all the years I've been taking
medicine, Dreeo N tho only one I've
femd that did me much good, and It
hab mado me a well and strong man,
nnd I believe It Is without nn eiiual."
Dreco, the great root and herb medi
cine, is sold by O'Donnell Drug Stores,
Allen's Drug Store In Alexandria,
Uury's Drug Store in Anncoatla. Advt.
GET A PACKAGE
-of MILLKU'S Self
Klslng Huckwhcat for
the next hot cakes.
One trial suffices to
prove Its all-around
At Your Grocer's No Consumers Supplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
Wholesale (irocers. 11th A SI Sis. S.K.
Coffee, 25c lb.
So One and sood coffee as (his
may "ell be called remarkable.
N. W. BURCHELL,
COLLEGE and AUTO
Children's Eyes I
' ! Eye weakness often develops at ! :
1 ; an early age. Parents should ; ;
!; bring their children to our Dr.;
; ; Baker for free examination. ; '
; ' Glasses, if needed, will bo cor-: '
I ' rectly fitted at lowest cost. Pay ! !
! 50c a week if you wish. ! !
I Castelberg's, 935 Pa. Ave. ;
A New Service to You
A maflhlne-made monthly statement
of your account makes it unnecessary for
you to leave your passbook for balancing.
Your statement is always up-to-date,
mechanically figured, neat, accurate.
We send these statements by mail on
the last day of each month.
Let us send a sample one to you or
call and see the actual work done.
Southeast Corner of Fourteenth and G Streets
The Bank with the Monthly Statement
W i - f iW siv III Tt I ft
Bed Room Suite
Old Ivory enameled on ma
hogany. Suite consists of
Dresser, Bed, Dressing Table,
and Chiffonier. Best of work-1
"What we say it is, it is."
" JsHM lucinuf
FOR ONE DAY ONLY
Tomorrow you can purchase a pair of
this season's swagger style, two-tone
effect boots atthe prices quoted below.
fll These shoes are taken from our regular stock and
are perfect in 'every way.
Not all sizes, of course, as
they have been our biggest
sellers this season, and sizes
have become broken
hence this sacrifice. Now for
a QUICK CLEARANCE
they are offered at our 3rd
Floor Economy Department.
Note the price reductions
for tomorrow only.
i Kt 1 mkmmwM
African Brown Vamp
White washable kid
skin tops and heels.
A $10 value. To
Kid vamp, . with
kidskin top. Some
thing new and very
catchy. A $9.00
2 Sold This Week
Homes of Superior Construction
1009 to 1021 E St. N. E.
(Corner House with Built-in Garage)
All we ask is that you inspect these G-room and bath
homes we know that there can be but one result. You'll
have to admit that they have no equals in the entire city in
point of construction, location, equipment and price. Best
of nil, you can buy one on small cash payment, balance like
Open Daily and '
Six large all outalile
rooms, tiled bath;
hot-water heat; dou
ble floors; hardwood
finish; steel construc
tion; servant's toilet;
extra larso laundry
tubs; expensfvo fix
tures; sleeping porch
rull width of house
Concreto l'orch Ce
ment Hteps. Ten min
utes' walk from
Union station and
THOMAS A. JAMESON,
61 N. Y. AVE. N. W.
PHONE N. 4038
rhone for Our Tree Auto Serrlrc
A Battleship Gray Vamp
with pearl gray tops, both in button and lace.
Dark gray cuff tops; extremely dressy. A $9
Black Glazed Kid
Skin vamp Button Boot,
with ivory kid top and
covered kid Louis XV
heel, with aluminum heel
plate. A new "Domby"
boot not seen before in
Washington. Very con
servative and pretty.
A Black Glazed Kid
Vamp Blucher But
ton Boot, with dark ,
gray kidskin tops.
Leather Louis heel.
plate. An entirely
new pattern. $6.50.
Six Big Bargain Tables in Our Third Floor
Economy Department Offer Many More
Remarkable Values in High-Grade Footwear
JScrbrfds 813 Penna-Avenue oy
Economy Dept. Third Floor
"Washington's Largest and Most Progressive Shoe House Established 1868"
DOS Till Street N. W.
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