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THE WASHINGTON TEtfES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9; f10i.
4 WOMEN ROCK 10 POLLS TO VOTE FOR FAVORTE SERVANT ;Many Votes Are Filed During , Past Twenty-four Hours In Domestic Service Contest. TIMES PRIZE IS SOUGHT t Servants Entered For Long Service Honors Women a.re flocking to the polls today In Washington, and their election prom lies to be a close one. They broke all records In casting- their 'ballots within the past twenty-four hours for the, domestics of longest serv ice' In the District. i An even sixty names were filed with 'Mrs. J. Edson Briggs today as candi dates for the prises which The Times nnd others are giving In the competition of the District of Columbia Federation" ;of Women's Clubs. May Give Prize for Letter. - Some pf the letters containing the en itrles are so Interesting: tnat the club .women may yet be moved'to give a prise to the most Interesting letter writer as wsll as to the domestic of longest serv ice. " ' Mrs. William B. Shannon, writing to Mrs. Brlggs of four of her domestics, ,sald: .,-& i .u . t .. ,. A .1 j b is my groai piensure iu enter me i 'following four co-workers In my house- moia, wno nave oecn lor many years a 'part of my home life." After naming the domestics and their terms of service, Mrs. Shannon con tinues: "Wo consider ourselves not only once blessed, but four times blessed. In hav 'Ing these four faithful souls co-operat-.Ing with us In our dally work. We look upon them as members of the , family, and they receive the earns, con sideration as members of the family. The length of their service shows this Is appreciated." Many other letttcrs hint at the same 'reason for length of service. . Refuse Higher Wages. "Treat.them like members of the fam ily and they will stay," Is a phrase oft . repeated In one form or another In the 'letters. Many of the writers state that domestics have refused offers of higher wages rather than serve employers who might be less considerate. Mrs. Henry Polklnhorn entered her domestic In these words: "Our faith ful friend devoted servant." Some of the writers tell of the loyalty .of domestics In times of Illness arid .death. Others tell how they have been Intrusted with money, and how they have guarded property, especially jewelry, and never a loss was reported. Spurns Higher Offers. . Mrs. John W. Daniel wrote that her .employe had spurned offers of higher 'wages, and that "we hope to keep her until death do us part." " A letter signed "II. M. White" states: v, "My mother. Mrs. J. H. Macias, asks 'me to write of Rcglna Taylor, who has (, lived with my mother continuously for 'fifty-two years-and never a slave.. Dur ing that interval she has served as play mate to her children, houso girl, lady s maid, cook and now housekeeper, and she Is an Intelligent colored woman, speaking and writing English and Span ish fluently." Another unusual tribute Is pa,ld In h letter signed Cordelia Jackson, which tRtAfl! "I am very proud of the fact that my father practiced law before the Wash ington bar for forty years, but equally, proud of the fact that Anna iwklna Chase was a faithful laundress ami valued friend In our household during that entlro time. She still rives In Georgetown, and has the admiration of our leading citizens. Honesty" is tho cardinal vlrtuo of her family.' TAMMANY DEAD, SAYS NEW YORK WORLD 'Declares Organization Is a Shell And Living Corpse. Employers who entered' domestic servants In the con- test since yesterday, an1 the years of service of those en terfcd, follow: . I Mrs. J. M. Fendley, 1213 Park road, Eliza Lucas, 54 years. Julia A. Lewis Hall, 3248 N, Enily Brown, 44 years. Mrs. Ellis Spear, 1851 Lamont, Arthur Hazel, 15 year Morris AC Parris, 3022 P, ElizabeVh Brent, 21 years. ,MiB8 Mitchell, 3i30 P, Emma Woodward, 18 years. Edith P. Spafford, the Westmoreland, Lizzie Kinncr,'18 years. Mrs. Benj.sButterworth, Tho Wyoming, Bettie Rogers, 17 years. Mrs. R. S. Woodward, Tho Dresden, Louis W. Moscley, 11 years. 1 Mrs. A". S. Woodward, The Dresden, Victoria Moscley, 11 years. N Cordelia Jackson, 3021 M, Ann Hawkins Chase, 40 years. Mrs. J. J. Nicholson, 1718 N, Bridgot Flaherty, 40 years. J. G. King, Rochambcau, Pearl Crenshaw, 11 years Mrs. A. G. Holmcad, 3585 Thirteenth, Webster Edmunds, 38 years. Mrs. W. J. Crockett, 1617 Swann, Clara Bury, 25 years. Mrs. Anna Ryhner Spieas, The Lafayette, Fanny H. Pierce, 17 years Josephine Wilson, 1441 Glrardj Maggie Howard; 21 years. Mrs. W. C. Pollock, 1819 Q, Winnie Carter, 13 years. Miss Orlino Fennick, 1307 R, Rosa Barnes, 7 years. . Mrs. Robert H. T. Leipold, 1630 Riggs place, Llllio Brown, 34 years. Mrs. M. S. Emory, 712 Eighth,' Thomas Smith, 30 years. Mrs. J. W. Daniol, 1622 Riggs place, Gabrlella Wise, 0 years. Mrs. J. H. Macias, 1417 K, Regina Taylor, 62 years. Mrs. J. H. Macias, 1417 K, Stonewall Jackson, 13 years. . , Mrs. Ada Burch, 224 V, Carrie Barnes, 18 years. Mrs. F. T. Thurston, 3043 Fifteenth, Belle Darr, 28 years. Mrs. Edward D. Hard, 2426 First, laundress, 13 years, Mrs. Joel B. Egglcston, 1616 Hobart, Jane Gaskins, 30 years. Mrs. H. Polkcnhorn, 2432 Penna. Ave., Sarah Breber Neal, 36 years. Rose Barnwell Norwood, 1410 Gallatin, Ellen Barnard, 11 years. Mrs. C. G. Thorn,. 1821 Biltmore, Agnes H. Phcarson, 33 years. Mrs. C. G. Thomi 1821 Biltmore, Kate Williams, 16 years. Mrs. C. G. Thorn, 1821 Biltmore, Anpie Lindsey, 6 years. Emma Sanford, Shclton, Chevy Chase, Bettie Clarke, 36 years. Mrs. I. Ectward Tyler, Marion apartments, Hester Turner, 12 years. Miss Jennie B. Case, 322 East Capitol, Jennie C. Lomax, 12, years. Mrs. D. S. Gordon, 1408 Mass. Ave., Lizzie Watt, 6 years. Mrs. John Grinstead, 116 Kentucky Ave., Mary Taylor, 6 years. Mrs. W. W. Bowie, 2630 University place, Mary Saunders, 26 yean. Mrs. Horatio King, Rochambcau, Pearl Krcnshaw, 11 years. , James L. Morris, , Annie 'Hawkins, 14 years. Mrs. W E. Shannon, 2260 Cathedral Ave., Lizzie Parker, 33 years. Mrs. W. E. Shannon, 2260 Cathedral Ave., Fannie Gilmorc, 17 years Mrs. W. E. Shannon, 2260 Cathedral Ave., John Murray, 12 years. Mrs. W. E. Shannon, 2260 Cathedral Ave., Benj. Morgan, 7 years. Mr'fl? L. C. Winters', 633 F N. E., Lizzie Lee, 25 years. Mrs. Emma Gait, 1817 Adams Mill road, Anni6 Dorsey, 19 years. Mrs. A. B. Watts, 535 Ninth S. E., , 3 years. Mrs. Z. I. Nutt, 1275 N. Hamp. Ave., Blanche Stewart, 5M years. Mrs. Henry Goodfcllow, 1711 Dc Sales, Julia Hamilton, 44 years. Mrs. John E. Brooks, 2010 F, Martha Mahoncy, 16 years. Mrs. W. E. Schneider, 1735 Col. road, Josephine Robinson ,16 years. Lucy M. Strong, The Congressional, Minnie Wheeler, 7 years. Mrs. Frederick Marsh, 1756 N, Irene Hoban, 34 yoars. Miss Bertha L. Gardner, 218 Md. Ave. N. E., Iulu B. Taylor, 21 years. Mrs. Thomas Riggs, 2111 S, Lena Hawkins, 14 years. Nicholas H. Sgfea, 1438 Fairmont, James Jones, 50 years. Mrs. John Criel, 8200 Thirteenth, Adaline Harris, 22 years. Mrs. A. B. Johnson, 8520 Edmund, Elizabeth Davis, 10 years.' DEMOCRATS CUM PHiLflDELPHPAHS TO DR. COUSINS QUITS CONTROLIN HOUSE; VISIT Mil ASSW1MKC0ACH -. -MHHM--H-lW--- G. 0. P. STANDS PAT Slow Returns Make Situation Uncertain, But Republicans Are Still Hopeful, SENATE RESULTS ARE FINAL Members of William L. Elkihi Lodge To Be Entertained This Evening. Democratic, oWclali of the House who havo been checking up on tho Congres sional returns predicted' this afternoon the House would remain Democratic by a narrow margin. Blow returns and conflict of returns from a number of close districts, how ever, make tho situation uncertain and Chairman Woods, of the Republican Congressional committee, has by no means glren Up hope the Republicans will gain control of the lower branch of Congress. The Benate is definitely Democratic, and the only question Is the slse of the Democratic majority. Democrat Wins. Late advicea, from New Mexico Indi cate that A. A. Jones, Democrat, for mer Assistant Secretary of (no Interior, has won out over Frank A. Hubbell, the Republican candidate. If this proves true on final returns, the Senate will stand M to 41 ' . The Republican have gained one In Maine, one In New York, one In New Jersey, one In Maryland, two In In diana, and one In West Virginia, and have lost one In Delaware, one In Rhode Island, one In Wyoming, one In Utah, and perhaps one In New Mexico. 'This would be a net Democratic loss of two. The House situation! has been ob scured by the fact that! In many States the Congressional ticket ,wns counted nfter the Presidential and State tickets. This has delayed receipt of definite re turns from close States, ALEXANDRIA, Not. t. William L. Elkins Lodge, No. 640, of Philadelphia, Is to visit Alexandria-Washington Lodge here this evening. The visitors wilt be met at the Union Station in Washington and taken for an auto mobile ride. This 'evening a banquet will be given the Phlladelphlans In the Toung Menu's building, served by members of Martha Washington Chapter, Order of the eastern Star. Worshipful Master C. Page Waller will be toastmaster. .The Rev. John Lee Allison will pronounce the Invo cation. Right Worshipful Henry K, Field will deliver theraddr.ess of wel come, to which Worshipful Master Marderoea 8. Oooloyan, of Elkins Lodge, will respond. Right Worshipful unarie H. Callahan will respond to the toast "Washington." One hun dred .are expected from the Quaker City. Miss Bertha M. Stuls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stuli. of Winches ter, a former superintendent of the Alexandria city hospital, and Edmund Hunt Roberts were married today In St. Paul's Episcopal Church by the Rev. Dr. P. P. Phillips. The maid of honor was Miss Ella Cox, of West Vir ginia, and Harmon Roberts, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Javlni. seventy-six, who died Tuesday, will be held this afternoon at 2:S0 at the Beulah Baptist Church, Franconla, by the Rev. W. L. Wayts. The Alexandria' Athletic Association will meet at the chamber of commerce this evening. BBUNNER IS PICKED Believed That Expert and Ama teur Instructor" Will Be Ap pointed to Fill Vaoanoy. TO COMBINE POSITIONS formed a girls' section and taught hundreds of young women to swim. He also has organised "polar bear" club, whose members swim every day during the winter. Instructor at 'Other Schools. In addition to his work with the Washington Swimming CI lib, Mr. IJrun ner has been Instructor of swimming at several schools for girls,' at the District Industrial Home School, and at th George Washington University. He ha been especially fortunate In teaching young people He says that the proper age for beginners Is eight months, ills own daughters, aged four and glx.Tiave been doing exhibition life saving, and are expert swimmers. During the past summer Mr. Brunntr has been especially detailed by tho Po lice Department to give Instruction In life-saving to' both civilians and officers. Ho also organized many aquatic meets. LADIES! SECRET TO PICKPOCKETS ME Chairman Woods, of the. Republican immlttec. was at his desk going over telegrams today telling him of results NEW YORK, Nov. 9. Tammany Is dead again, according to the New York World, which today says: -Tammany Is dead. That Is the true significance of the election returns from New York city. "It Is hardly worth while to charge the Fourteenth street organization with treachery toward the Democratic na tional tloket or the Democratic State ticket, or tho Democratic Senatorial ticket Whether there was treachery or not on the part of Tammany leaders, their disloyalty could have had no Im portant bearing on tho result. "Now York Is done with Tammany. Voters will not follow It. Mr. Murphy's organization tried to maintain a sem blance of life and to go through some of the motions of vitality, but It Is a living corpse." ' DRYS MAY DEMAND RECOUNT OF VOTES Will Meet to Consider Action on Prince George's County. WILSON AND AIDE STILL OPTIMISTIC Heel Pem.ocrats May Be Able to Nose Out Victory Presi dent Arises Early. N. Y. PAPERS DIVIDE ON CONGRESSTOTAL Outcome as Regards Senate and House Is Equally Uncertain. HTATTSVnjLE, Md Nov. 8. Frank M. Btephen, secretary of the Citizens' Temperance Union of Prince George's county, stated last night there would be a session of the executive committee of the association at Its offices In the Southern building Saturday to decide whether a recount of the votes on pro hibition would be asked. Dr. Clarence J. Owens, director of the Southern Commercial Congress and S resident of the temperance association, t an Interview stated: "The fight has not been lost; It has Just begun. Many Irregularities have been -reported In sev eral districts, and these will be contest ed, with a demand for a recount, which will. In all probability throw the vic tory to the dry forces. Should this fall, then the fight will be carried to the general assembly." . Some Scoundrel Placed Croton Oil in Punch -" LOUISVILIJH, Nor. I. The Junior Hop Club, New Albany, Ind., has voted to offer a reward of 9100 for the arrest end conviction of the person or persons Who drusrsred nunch served at the club's danoe at ulenwood Park, causing acuta uttering for a dozen or more young men and girls. The physicians beljeve that croton oil was the drug that some miscreant or would-be joker dropped Into the punch after It had been delivered at the park pavilion. It Is certain that the symptoms of the sufferers Indicated the use of a powerful Irritant, not necessarily fatal, unless swallowed In unusually large quan- ASJ1URY PARK. N. J.. No- I, When President Wilson arose about 7 o'clock thl,3 morning he found the same doubt hanging over the 'election results that existed when he retired last night. It still looks, like a horse raco In the minds of Administration officials. The President and Secretary Tumulty, how ever, feel that the Democrats have the rail and may be ablo to nose out a victory. At U o'clock President Wilson called the executive .office fey a complete sum mary. of the situation at that hour. Secretary Tumulty told him. accord ing to figures at hand, It appeared the President had 200 electoral votes, In eluding New Hampshire. The President asked that information he secured as to what. If any, effect there would be on the New Hampshire and Minnesota returns as the result of the militia vote on the border. He was particularly anxlouB to hear also from California and New Mexico. He had been Informed earlier, however, by phone from Western headquarters that California was safe. The President continues to reserve Judgment on the result in spite of, tho enthusiastic optimism of others of his official family here. Seoretary Tumulty reiterated his as sertion: "It Is close, but all right." Thn answer Is they are looking for definite returns here today, and these are coming In exasperating slowness. It Is possible the President may iot yet Know tne resuu wncn "" Mayflower tonight to go to Williams town. Mass., for the christening of his granddaughter tomorrow. This Is "moving uay" at Shadow Lawn and Aabury Park. Owing to the uncer tain result of the election and need for keeping all clerks busy at the executive offices, It will be almost Impossible for these offices to be entirely cleared out and moved baok to Wasnington before tho end of the week. Both Shadow Lawn and the executive offices, however, will be practically de serted by tomorrow night, and "White House vacation" will be at an end. Moonshiner Arrested Leading a Prayer Meeting NASHVILtiE, Nov. S.-Oovernment agents reached Nashville lately with Jazen Haddock, an a god and respected citizen of Linden, Tenn., whom they claim as "the king of the Tennessee wildcatters," or moonshiners. Haddock was arrested, the officers said, as he finished leading a prayer in the Linden church, of which he Is a pillar. For forty-two years, according to the government's agento, he has been one of the most respected members of the com munity. And for forty years, they NEW YORK. Nov. .-The outcome as regards the House and Senate are un certain. On this point latest editions of all the New York morning newspa pers vary. t The Sun gives the Republicans a lead of four In the House and concedes the Senate to the Senate to the Democrats by a majority of 12. The Times gives the Republicans 215 In tho House and the Democrats 213, and claims the Senate for the Demo crats by 12. The' American gtves the Republicans 217 in the House, the Democrats 211. wh?re.?B '&" World stoutly maintains that the Democrats will retain their majority In the House by 10. Both of these papers state that the Democrats will have a majority of 12 In the Senate. Watch Wirxa All Night. Haggard from their long vigil, the leaders at the Republican and Demo cratic headquarters were hanging over the telegraph .wires all nlcht r-h.i- man Vanpe McCormlc. lot the Demo cratic national committee, announced the retention as counsel to protect the Wilson Interests In any contest, after a prolonged conference with Attorney General Gregory and Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo. Chairman Wlllcox tank !. - tect the Republican Interests after a wv..E,ci.un mm ucorge w. reruns. Surprises still. continue to leap from the returns. Ohio, which was regarded as one of the pivotal States, has. ac cording to final returns, glvsn the Democratic candidate a majority of 75,000, and has elected both the Demo cratic candidate for United Rt.t.. a-Z. ator and the Democratic candidate for governor. On the other hand nv1dnra t. niii-,.. up to prove that Tammany, working off ,, ivo ugcwuai m- Administration, "cut' the ticket In New JTork city right and left. 3 Complete returns from Illinois show that Hughes nluralltv' In that mt. where the women voted for the first time was between 19O.00O and 200 000 while that of Col., Frank O. Lpwdori over Governor Dunne was 165,000. Home State Against Wilson. President Wilson's home State of New Jersey appears on the basts of latest returns to have snowed htm under to the extent of more than 59,000 votes. With, but few scattered districts still to 'be heard from, Mr. Hughes plurality at 4 o'clock this mornlnB was 69,201. "Jim" Martlne, the Dem ocratic Senator, who was seeklncr re election, appears to have suffered even worse than the head of the ticket, the vote at a late hour stand ing: Frellnghuysen, 237,641; Martlne, 162,294, or a majority for the Repub lican candidate of 75,347. President Wilson's home town even went against htm. It Is estimated that $1,000,000 was wagered on the curb yesterday on the in different Btates, but he said his ad vices were by no means complete. Late Compilation. A late compilation gives the Repub licans Ml seats and the Democrats 206. with four scattered, and ..twenty-five districts vet to tin hearil from. The Republicans lost seveVal Ohio dis tricts, and tills Has handicapped them. Scattering losses here and there Have also been reported. Representative Bennet was defeated in New York. Among the defeated Democrats are Buchanan. Tavenner, and Stone, of Illi nois: Cullop. Cllnc. and Gray, of Indi ana; Konop. Ilurke. and Rellly, In Wis consin; Klordnn and Drl-eoll, In Now York, and probably Patten; and Casey, of Pennsylvania. Bailey, of Pennsyl vania, Is aUo said to be beaten. Rob erts, of Massachusetts, is one of the Republicans said to be defeated. Bought Set of Burglar's Tools at Auction Sate WOOSTER, Ohio, Nov.. s.-A big chest was bought for 30 cents by Edward Betson, a farmer, living a few miles north, at an auction here of unclaimed express packages. When he reached home he found the box contained a set of burglar tools and a lot of loot. Now he Is afraid he may get Into trouble. He Just happened to pass by the sale and raised a 2S-ccnt bid on the chest, because he thought It was worth 30 cents even If It were empty. Among the articles In It were a dozen automobile caps, two new suits of clothes, and J-JT In bills, wrapped In an old sock. The burglar tools were wrapped so they would not Jingle.. Sent Gems, to Laundry; They're Still "In Wash" KANSA8 CITY. Kan., Nov. .-Mrs. William Davis, of 828 Sandusky avenue, has found a preparedness precaution against burglars unprofitable. Mrs. Davis hid a half-carat diamond ring and a pair of errings, each set with dia monds weighing five-eighths carat. In a pillow slip the other night. The pillow slip was sent with a bundle of clothe to a laundry the next morning. The Jewelry has not been recovered. The resignation of Dr. Bldnev Cnu-in. director of the municipal swimming pools, was given to the Commissioners today, to take effect November 15. , It is believed the resignation will be accepted and that Frederick J. Brunner, widely known as an expert swimmer and amateur coach, will be appointed to' fill the vacancy. The municipal swimming pools are Uinder-Mth.e. playground department of the District, but during the past have been under a management sepa rate from the management of the pools on the various playgrounds. It Is rc p?r$J1 A.hat;. following the resignation of Dr. Cousins and the appointment of ".t.0!"'. ".-.Mle wlmmlng pools of the District win be placed under one head under the direction of the play ground department. Teaches 'at Central Hikh. Mr. Brunner was recently appointed Instructor In swimming at the new Central High School. "There will be no radical changes In th; conduct of the bathing beach," said Mr. Brunner today, "if 1 am ap pointed. My Idea Is to teach swim ming and have every one who can't owiin icarn 10 swim and everyone who can swim I want to see made a good swimmer." The appointment of Mr. Brunner will assure to Washington the latest methods of Instruction in aquatic sports. It is in a large Vart due to his efforts that the Washington Swim ming Club has been able to carry off all honors, in local competition dur ing the past two years. As coach of that organization, Mr. Brunner has DARKEN GRAY HI Bring Back its Color and Lustre with Grandma's Sage Tea Repipe. 70 AND 0 ITCH Crowd on Second Night Gives Police Little Trouble and No Fighting Is Seen. Common garden sage brewed Into a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and lux uriant. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul Ehur recipe at home, though. Is trou lesome. An easier way la to get th ready-to-use preparation Improved by the addition of other ingredients. costing about 60 cents a large bottle, at drug stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," thus avoiding a lot of muss. While gray, faded hair Is not slnfuL we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractiveness. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, no on can tell, becauso It does It so natural ly, so evenly. You Just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morn ing all gray hairs have disappeared. After another application or two your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant and you appear years younger. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound Is a delightful toilet requisite. It Is not Intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease. Advt. Maybe ! Maybe ! NEW YORK, Nov. 9. A few po litical maxims that may have gone by the board in the re cent election: As Maine gota so goes the na tion Maine went for Hughes. New York State controls the National Elections Now York went for Hughes. Wall Street always can discount the results Wall Street which was betting 10 to 7 on Hughes 1 last week, is betting 2 to 1 on Wilson on the curb today. Pickpockets got 170 and a gold watch in the election crowds on Pennsylvania avenue last night. John E. Harrison, of 10 Royal street. Alexandria, Va., told the police his gold watch disappeared from his pocket near Eleventh street and the Avenue. K. !. Hook, of 2463 Wisconsin avenue northwest, reported a wallet containing VO was taken from his hip pocket while watching one of the bulletin boards on the Avenue. Had Same Force on Duty. Although the crowd last night did not reach the record-breaking size that It did on Tuesday night, Major, Pullman had practically the same number of police on duty In the downtown section, and another orderly night was passed. Despite the throngs In the business section during the past two nights, there has not been a single person se riously Injured by traffic. This record Is believed due to the police order bar ring all vehicles from Pennsylvania avenue while the returns are coming In. No Fighting Is Seen. Police of the First precinct say they have had practically no trouble this election from the puglll-tlc politicians, who usually want to beat everybody In the crowd who falls to agree with them. Convinced that his order clearing Pennsylvania avenue of all vehicles be tween Tenth and Fourteenth streets has prevented many accidents, Major Pull man probably will continue the order In effect tonight, should the election re main In doubt that long and the crowds again flock to the newspaper bulletin boards. anacostiaT The Public Improvement Association of Congress, Heights" will meet Monday night in Iveffler's Hotel In Nlcholn avenue. The Anacostla aso-lat'on will meet Wednesday night In the office of the George S. King Company, In Nichols avenue. "The House of Quality Overwhelming superiority in qualities and re fined styles, with assurance of a very full measure of real value for every dollar makes this XTbe fbeal Specialty Sbop jfor JBvet Moman Friday We Will Sell Suits. Coats, Dresses Of Exceptional Merit For $19.50 Sers", Poplin and Gabardine Sultsi fashion's smartest models. In all fall shades, (-1 Q f5A yl. 47 CJ 17 1 11 iu blnck and navy every ala. Speelal Silk Dresses, Sence Dresses and Silk and erne Combination Dressra newest arrlva'ai insmon'H smnnrst moaeis) every slse $19.50 nanasome wool veiour Coats are in great demand. Tomorrow, special at . , A large purchase of these fashionable Coats reaay for tomorrow, oeaver piusn- imamou. large collars; deep cuffs, pockets; new shades; all sizes. $19.50 fall The luncheon held In old Masonic Temple by the ladles' Guild of Emman uel Church was brought to aldose ves-terday. FOR EXCESSIVE URIC ACID try the Williams treatment y years, tney outcome or tne election, rne odds i:i .; .. .a z.;, ,m ..ut h ; ---,.i charge, he has been at the head of one shifting from as much as 3 to 1 on r0it s'reruUr B0c bottle, without cbtrsa and of the biggest moonshine distilleries In Hughe to 4 to 1 on Wilson. They without Incurrlns any obligation. Only on tee moonsaiM mu mmm yes.eraj ,.. en 50 Cent Bottle (32 Doses) FREE Just beeatue you (tart tbs day -ria-rttd and tired, stlft lers and arms and muaclts, an aching hold, burning and bearing: down palna In th baok worn out before the day begins do not think you bav to stay tn that con dition. Be strong, wall and rigorous, with no mors palna from stiff joints, eore muscles, rhau matlo suffering, aching back or kidney trouble. If you auffer from bladder weskneaa, with burning, scalding palna, or tf you are In and out of bed halt a doxen times a night, you will appreciate the rest, oamfort and strength thla treatment gives, Ta prove The Williams Treatment conquers kidney and (ladder diseases, rheumatism and all other ailments whan dn to eices. slv urlo acid, no matter how chronic or stubborn. If you bate never tried Ths WIN UamS Treatment, we will give one Wo bottle (S3 doaea) free If you will out out thla noUoe and aand It with vour name and address, to The'Pr. D. A. Williams Compsny, Dept. IMS J F, rest ornce diock. essi usmpion, vonn. Work on the Anderson Tire Rubber Fnctory plant at the foot of Thirteenth street lsaprogresslng rapidly, and It Is oxpeotedhat jwlthln a few weeks the entire machinery at this plant will be In operation. This company will manufac ture a tire which can be usad wlth6ut Inner tubs Tonight In the assembly hall of the parochial school of St. Teresa'n (thurch, thn Ladles' Altar Society of the church will give a masquerade dance, to raise funds to reduce the school debt. A special meeting of the vestry of Emmanuel Church was held last night In the parish Will, when plans wore fur thered for the entertainment nnd home coming celebration to be held the first wijek inDeccmber. $5 and $6 Beaver Sailors. Special, An aH Friday pZ.73 Choice of large, medium and small shapes, trimmed with band and bow of silk grosgrain ribbon. Silk and Georgette Crepe Blouses, Newest Arrivals. See Special Tables, $2.95, $3.50, $3.95, $4.95, $5.9? 937-939 F St. N. W. No Branch Store .They without Incurring any obligation. Only one Wilson, battle to ts-i same adaxeas Umi, jUC By jlrmney! I'm happy (el ltlcea young colt hero I'vo been worrying about that hard, painful corn for months and months without knowing that I could be cured .almost instantly. Comfort Corn Platrm did the work and did it well the old troublesome corn comes out with tho root no cut ting no dangerous drugs or acids just a wonderful medicated plaster that does tho tnclc easy to put on and tho corn's gono before morning. Why continuo to auffer just ask for Comfort Corn Plaittr guarantied to give absolute satisfaction or money Dacie. uniy zoc wo pacicago. ' For sale by People's Drug Stores, 7th and K Sts. N. W 7th and E Sts. N. W., 14th and You Sts. N. W., 7th and U SU. N. W. William and Mary Library Rocker $15.00 A large and comfortable Library Rocker in the William and Mary stylo, with Spanish leather seat and back. "What we say it is, it Is." uliusansburgh FURNITURE -isssssWsk- 1 lacTnu Ajy A f r