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THE WASHINGTON TDIESi TUESDAY: OCTOBER 29,'' 1918. 10 L 15,000 WORKERS STRIKE. NEW TOBK. Oct. S3. Members of the Amalgamated Clothing "Work era of America, engaged here in the manufacture of boys' clothing, and aid to number 15.000, went on a strike here, seeking to enforce de mands for a forty-four-hour working week and a 20 per cent increase In ay. InKOnfc Asleep Knitting Many people complain of Involuntarily falling asleep when at a picture show or when reading or when do ing any cloae work- This Is on of the surest signs that the eyes are working under a .strain eyes with perfect vision do not resist work expected of them unless one lajhyslcally tired. pr. I H. Kraskln. our optometrist eyesight spe cialist ehould be consulted and his advice followed. It glasses are seeded he will prescribe correct lenses to give perfect vision. A.KAHN, Optometrists and Opticians. 835 F St JT. W. DOLL'S HOSPITAL "We've a-ot the. heads and parts to success fully repair all dolls, also the finest stock of imported and domestic dolls on display. GARREITS ART STORE 007 H ST. IT. K. ENLARGING Of Kodak Prints a Soccialtv BETCioriES au rauriiG Sxtsiseierf Wort or I Chars Kathsal Remonbraicc Si'pp (Hi. rester-s enop.1 lth Bt. and Pa. An.) TS Store Taor PByslclaa Recesuaeada SipK ROOM and Invalid Supplies. In this big stock you will Ond Just what you want, at a mod erate cost. GIBSON CO.,Inc.,917GSt &KS PASTE ETC je cany at fall line 9t tfce best made lake, paste, mncll- ajre, sloe, etc. And at lew prices, too. Qualify) Ugh delivery flolck. n U TThS Paper ana WIUIU Stationery Co. OflC 7ilt Cf Oppoalte Goldenbers, Ua IUSU Pb.ne Mala 7828. Entire Stock ossard CORSETS REDUCED In compliance with the pledge of the Corset manufacturers and re tailers to the War Industries Board to reduce stocks to the minimum consistent with the reasonable re oulreraents of the trade." Thirty-two Models Sizes 20 to 36 jel Corset S 1331 G St. Do Your Christmas Shop Early in store Hoars: 10 a. m Women's High Grade Footwear A large and decidedly inter esfing display of the most favored styles in Women's Foot wear awaits your inspection here. Exclusive nov elties, and the best in staple lines. Men's Fashionable FnnfwMr ,lt . 1f ! - jou win appreciate mis aispiay or footwear when you s.ju every new ana srooa rtfv: on everv rlair of sho p&dable quality leather. J What a Wonderful Display of Hosiery This stock is too large, too beautiful to attempt to scribe it We simply say that everything new and good in Hosiery for Men, Woiflen and Children is here. Wonderful noyelties for the women. fi FAMILY SHOE STORE r ariUfcS AU Jpu Strashnrger Co. 310-312 HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY Activities of the Diplomats and Official Folk Weddings and Engagements Greek Minister in New York. T1 HE minister of Greece, Georges I Boussos. has gone to New I York to attend a. dinner to be given tonight at the Rltx-Carlton Hotel by the American-Hellenic Society, of which Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler Is presi dent. The minister and the Most Bev. Melitlos Metaxakis, archbishop of Athens and primate of 'Greece, will be the guests of honor. Mr. Roussos will be away several days. lime. Ceclle Sartorla, wife of Al gernon Sartoris. the son of General Grant's daughter, accompanied by her son. Herbert C. Sartorls, has arrived m New York from France and Is at the Vanderbllt Hotel. Miss Emma McDonald, of Austin. Tex., who is now In Baltimore, will come to Washington for the mar riage of Miss Lucy Burleson, daugh ter of the Postmaster General and Mrs. Burleson, and Ensign Charles Greene Grimes, U. S N".. on Saturday afternoon. She will be the guest of the Postmaster General and Mrs. Burleson for a few days. All doubt which may have existed as to the possibility of having a church wedding has been cleared away by the announcement tod ay that church services would be re sumed on Friday. The ceremony will be at 4:45 o'clock in St. John's Church, with the President and Mrs. Wilson, the cabinet circle and mem-1 bers of the two families present. It will be followed by a small reception in the home of the bride's parents. Bear Admiral Leigh C Palmer, who applied for a sea assignment more than a. year ago, has been ordered relieved from duty as chief of the Bureau of Navigation, and he ha been given an Important assignment afloat. Mrs. McCormlck Here. Mrs. Medlll McCormlck is In town for a few days putting in order the residence. 22 Jackson, place, which she and Congressman McCormlck will occupy this season. They will not settle down in Washington until after the elections. Congressman and Mrs. McCormlck have been making their headquarters all summer at their farm In Illinois, -whence Mr. McCor mlck has conducted his Senatorial campaign. The whole family has cently been through a siege of influ enza. Lieut. John Dee Van Wagoner, U. S. a. having received orders to report to a port of embarkation, bis bride who 'was formerly Miss Fay Hull, has returned to Washington and is with her mother, Mrs. Peyton Randolph HulL The young couple were married last Thursday and had but a four daya honeymoon. Mrs. Van Wagoner will resume her position on the fac ulty of the Friends' School, which she held as Miss HulL CoL Allerton Ciishman. who has been on duty at the Frankford arse nal, has been transferred to Washlng t&n a engineer to the chief of ord nance. Urs'Cushman. who has been living In Philadelphia, is in Washing ton with him. Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Harrison Brand. Jr., are the guests of Senator and Mrs. Porter J. McCumber. Col onel Brand expects to leave sooa for Camp Greene. Capt. William O. B. Field, who has been passing- his furlough at High Lawn. Lenox, Mass., has returned to Washington. Mrs. John J. Jackson, Jr., closed her house at Ardmore yesterday and will be the guest of her father, Mr. George Hoyl. at his residence In Fhlladel phis, before Joining her husband. Captain Jackson, who Is in the ord nance department and stationed here. Miss Bessie Baldwin, young dauch ter of Mrs. Theodore A. Baldwin, is Swlft it Company's sales of best la Washington. I . for ths week endlnr Baioraay. ucioDer zs. 19U, averacea as fellows. Domestic beef, 17 11 cents Adrt. Shopping Now the Day in. to 6 p. - . style is snown. And vou can beintr midr nf ih mnd ri HOSIERY Senth St' N. W. 1 I fi i iji T e E 1 R E Jj H jjpt v MmMmKi'f JLassssHLsssssssH llaBaBHPP ' -4bbbbbbbbb1 HssssHHaH;' ' ' fSaBBaHaLaH KSsssHslK. 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"" r- nu " rMl daughters, the Misses Isabel and Bet- ty Stettinius, are at their New York hnm 1(151 'Purlr ivnnifnr vl.lt The date of their return to Washlng- toun Is uneertauln. Arthur Graliara Glasgow, of Wash ington, in at the RItz-Oarlton Hotel New York, for a short stay. Morgan-Delafleld, Miss Anita Delafleld, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederic S Delafleld and Lieut. John E. P. Morgan, U. S. N., son of Mrs. Edith Parsons Morgan, of New Tor, were married before a distinguished company in Trinity Church, Lenox. Mass yesterday afternoon. At a reception at Little Farm, home of Mr. and Mrs. Delafleld, after the wedding, announcement was made of he engsgement of Miss Alma de Gersdorff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A de Gersdorff, of New York and Stockbridge, to Lieut. D Percy Morgan, Jr. aviation department. 17. S N.. a brother of the bridegroom. Mr. Percy Morgan Is now in France. Not A Gray Hair! No gny streaks and un ruly silver threads disfig ure the hair of any woman whosonce learns of this wonderful color restorer You apply tt yourself simply comb It through the hair. In from 4 to S dsys ths gray disappears. Mary T. Goldman's Hair Color Restorer Not crude dye. bat a cltar, colsrlesUqull,clean as water. Doesnt interfere with sham pooing, curling and dressinx the usual way. Write for the trial bottle and special comb, living the exact color of the hair. If possible, enclose a lock in your letter. MARY.T. COLD MAM M tt cats lalslst, St. fid. Hum. VT,jt wEveryWomanp Who uses a spray J syringe should read jj sVxr our ffkttr tfMrrular. -: tt SENT FREE. J. S. Tyree, Chemist, Inc., J J J Wash., D. C . --- m 3 on Savings Deposits U. S. SAVINGS BANK 14tb andYou Streets WADE H COOPER. Pre.. v3 Photo by Karris A Elnr. Miss de Gersdorff was one of the at tendants of yesterday's bride, the others being the .Misses M. Symphrosa and C. E. Grace Bristed. Miss Anna R. Aleandre, and Miss Lisa Parsons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. erbert Par, sons, of New York. , Lieutenant Morgan was unattended. He bad expected Lieut. Junius Spen der Morgan, Jr., -now ,ln this country, would be his best man, but the latter could not leave his post. The bride groom Is on a' two weeks' leave. He has beent. aboard a destroyer In for eign waters and arrived In this coun try last Friday. The engagement Is announced of Miss Rena FIsheL daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ftshel, to Lieut.' Philip Her- mn' of Washington, -, . ,., fOStpone Meeting. The army emergency committee. of which Mrs Albert L. Mills Is chair man, has postponed the meeting scheduled for tomorrow afternoon for a week owing to the influenza epl demlc The committee will meet on Wednesday afternoon. November 8. at 3 o'clock In the home of Mrs. Alex ander Mackay-Smlth, 1325 Sixteenth street. The annual convention of. the United Daughters of the Confederacy, whfch was to have been held In Louisville, Kyon November IS, has been lndefl nitely postponed on account of the epidemic of influenza. Capt. and Mrs. Roger Mdrse Bone, son -end daughter-ln law of Mr and Mrs. Scott C. Bone, formerly of Wash ington, now of Seattle, have returned from their wedding trip, and have taken quarters at the Country Club, near Camp Lewis, Wash , where Cap tain Bone Is now stationed. Miss Mildred Farr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Farr. of Detroit, who has been In Washington since spring doing war work, left last weeK for Guantanamo, Cuba, where hr marriage to Capt. Bruce MacArthur, U S. M. C, will take place. Thrift Stamps boucht far yourself or joar children cultivate the right spirit ADVERTISEMENT Tonic upbuilder Stubborn Coughs, Weak Lungs and Cold. Try Eckman's Alterative For mny ye&ra this Calcium prepara tion hai maintained an eveMncrtajlnc; reputation for accomplishing food, and often remarkable reaulta. SI Size J2 Size now 80c now $1.50 Prioe Includes War Tax. All Druggittt. Kckman laboratory Phlisdeiphla Instant relief! Rub pain, sore ness and stiffness from your back with "St. Jacobs Liniment." Kidneys cause backrh' .i They have no nerves, therefore can not cause pain. Listen' Tour back ache is caused by lumbago, sciatica or a strain, and the quickest relief Is soothing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Lin Iment." Rub It right on the ache or tender spot, and instantly the pain, soreness, stiffness and lameness dis appears. Don't stay crippled) Get a umaii iriaj oouie or -at. Jacobs Lin Iment" from your drutrsrlst and llm. ber up. A moment after It Is applied you ii wonaer wnai oecame of the backache, sciatica or lumbago pain. "St. Jacobs Liniment" stops any pain at once. It Is harmless and doesn't burn or discolor the skin. It's the only application to rub on a weak, lame or painful pack, or' for lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, rheu- -natirm sprains or a su-ain. DOIT DRUG Kflffiffi BACKACHE MY I While-alighting from a street car at Wisconsin avenue and Chesapeake street northwest today, Mrs. Hattle Labor, thirty years old, 4.701" Wiscon sin avenue northwest, was knocked down by an automobile driven by Clarence. Bruce, 2601 Eleventh street northwest. i She was Injured about the head and body. An automobile operated by C B. Bryant, 47B2Nefcr Cuf road northwest, collided with an automobile operated by L. W. DeGast. 1738 O street north wesUat Eighteenth street and Massa chusetts avenue northwest. DeGast was cut on the bead. , ' J..C. Pratt, 320 Taylor street north west, was Injured on the arms and body- last rilght when the motorcycle he was riding was struck by an auto mobile which; Charles E. Rousseau, 1772 Kllbourne street northwest, at Tenth and V streets northwest, was driving. Three colored persons Were In jured last night when the automo bile In which they were riding over turned at Eighteenth and Bunker Hill 'road -northwest.' The injured are Viola Jackson. 1020 Tenth street northwest, arm broken and cuts on the head. Ernest Fairfax. 2037 Ninth street northwest, bruUies on the -head and body; and Samuel Morris, 025 Westminster street- northwest, cuts on the head and face The , automobile belonged to W: A. Williams. 2608 Cathedral street northwest, and was stolep from in front of the Wlllard Hotel. FOR COUP D'ETAT OONDON, Oct. 29. Colorful re ports; pouring Into London from The Hague, quoting Berlin newspapers, expose a military coup d'etat, plan ned by General Ludendorff and Field Marshal von t Hlndenburg to block concessions to President Wilson. The Vorwaertsc declares the consti tutional cnangea Were rushed to frus trate the coup detat. Exposure of the alleged plot "a believed to have forced the resignation of Ludendorff and started a movement also to oust Von Hlndenburg. German headquarters will be trans ferred to Dusseldbrf, the newspaper sky's, where it Is officially admitted. the quartermaster's department la registering billets. Civilian are atamnedlnrr from the lower Rhine region and Westphalia, A. Zurich, dispatch from Budapest says the stormiest demonstrations are being enacted there similar to those 'of 1818 (the date of the Hun garian revolution.) Members' of 'the Reichstag and the sollallst press dally demand abdica tion of the Kaiser. The Vocaler Dusseldorf declares It Is persistently rumored that the Ger man armies will retire behind the Rhine. MINOnO TO TELL NEW YORK, Oct. 29. Depositions made by Count James Mlnotto, the German son-tn law of Louis F. Swift, the Chicago packer, disclosing what transpired during the alleged meet Inert between former Premier of France Calllaux and Count von Lux burg In Argentina, were cabled to the French authorities today to be used at the opening of the Calllaux trial In Paris. Mlnotto. Becker said, probably would not be returned to the intern ment camp at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.. whence he was brought t6 give the evidence, "owing to the possible feeling toward him among other Germans In terned there. . DEATHS IN D. C. FROM INFLUENZA Twenty six "Heaths were reported to tbe District Health Department be tween noon yesterday and noon to day: Ellen K. Maynard. 42, C03S Dent place northwest. Fred Wilson. 33. St. Elizabeth Hos pital. James Matthews. 36, St. Elizabeth Hospital Maurice Levlnski. 31, St. Elizabeth Hospital. Mattle B. Durrette. 28. 2116 Eighth street northwest. Frank Brown, OS. 119 Slxteentn street southeast. Maude Burrell. 23, 1115 Forty eighth street northeast. John Barrow, zo, in DarracKs, sev enteenth and B streets northwest. William Crump, 43, 2126 New York avenue northwest. Francis Butler. 23. 420 i. street northwest. Wllllt D. Hornsday, 22. 1413 Newton street Frank M. Blackwell. 36. St. Eliza beth Hospital. James R. Oxford. e. congress Heights. D. C Thomas J Muntz, 20. laoa jnirty flfth street northwest. Jack Martin, 17. National Training School for Boys. William Smith, 33, 1325 M street northwest. Robert Fehrs. 32, Walter Rccd Hospital. Herbert C Hamilton. 19, Walter Reed HospltsJ Earl St. Clair King. 22, 712 Jack son street, Brooklsnd Pearl E. Canter. 23, ".10 Eleventh street southeast. Martha Bell, 34. 214 Eye street southeast. Bart Sims, iS, 744 Howard place southeast Ernest Dorsey, 2. yesrs, 339 Clark court southwest. Mary E. Smith. C2, 1613 Sixth street northwest. Lattle Griffin. 31, 424 Rcdye street northwest Raymond E. Thomas. 10 months. """ N street northwest. 6 PERSONS HUR BY AUTOMOBILES LIH ED mm story MdUWSMIlEWDEAD NEW YORK, Oct. 29. News of the death in France of Lieut. James Saunders OTJeale,Jr, nephew of Sec retary, of the Treasury McAddo- and son of James S. U'Neale, treasurer of the Hudson and Manhattan railroad of New York, was received today by his wife. Young 0NeaIe, according to the re port, died in a "base hospital some where behind the front line trenches from wounds received in actlon'whlle leading his company in one of the re cent American drives. Lieutenant O'Neale, who was twenty-three years -old, was a graduate of Columbia .University, and had been employed as a sports writer by the New -York Tribune. A Comfortable Scalp After Using Cnticora Dandruff, itching 2nd irritation dis appear after a hot shampoo with CutiquraSoap, especially if preceded by an application of Cuticnra Oint merit the night before shampooing. Sasnb IWa Ttm arabO. IiUi txr l-O.H.M.P4. Sla, Sin." ftoW sTar. I ISasaSc OtstaKMafsasSK. timhbc, i ADVERTISEMENT. ReadThisAbout Influenza A Slight Chest Cold Ofteji .Leads to Deadly Jrneunjonia. When vou catch cold durlnsr this epidemic don't take any chance. In fluenza, starts with a cold, so send for your doctor at once. In the meantime protect your throat and chest and ward oft Infiammatlpn and soreness by rubbing- on Mustarine. Its better than a mustard piaster, will not blister and stops .all aches and pains quicker than anything you can buy. ' Tens of thousands use It for sore throat, chest colds, pleurisy. 1onsI(Itls aim eroncilllia ita wuaueiiiu. NERVES "ON EDGE?" Washington People Will Find En couragement in the Statement of a Washington Resident. Are you weak, nervous, depressed?! teei ami, snaxy. urea? Are your kidneys working right? Nervousness often hints at kidney weakness Kidneys that fall to filter the blood. Poisons gather and harm the nervea. Kidney weakness causes many ills I jjacxacne. dizziness, neaaacnes, lacai or flesh. Don't neglect kidney trouble. There Is danger in delay. TT tViin', Kidnev Pills. Follow the example of this Wash ington resident. . Mrs. G. Boyd. 338 Eleventh St. S. E says. "My back causea me consider able trouble during the summer. My back ached constantly and when I bent over to sweep, the pains In my back were so severe I could hardly ir9ivht.n tin I was very nervous and couldn't sit still any length of time. My HUSDana naa usea uou s Kidney Pills with such good success. i tried them. Two boxes gave me rlnriM rfSUltK." tt-(- iw at all dealers. Don't I slmoly ask for a kidney remedy get noan'a nianey s-in m. nwio m.! Mrs Boyd had. Foster-Mllpurn i;o, Mfrr. Buffalo N T VEGETABLE TEA FOR CONSTIPATION Thousands of families brew it at home and keep well. ci, i- v..rt.i-hi. nervousness, sallow! skin and drowsiness are nearly always caused by constipation and can easily, k. nr,irA 'bv the use of Dr Carter s K. and u. lea. , Brew it at home the same as you would the regular mealtime tea and drink a cupful Just before you go to A small package will last a long time and any druggist will tell you that he has been selling It for years I at.- rninV nsnnl SWfiBT Dj iL. Drink it for inactive liver and clogged i Being purely vegetable and gentle in action, it Is fine for children and nearly all of them like It. How to Look Years Lets Tfan Yoxtr Age The most aged face will look years younger after the use of ordinary mercollzed wax for from ten days to two weeks this rrmarnaum uu stance, because ot lis peculiar ab sorptive power, actually removes ine thin veil of faded or withered outer cutlclej a little at a time Gradually the fresher, more youthful skin un derneath Is revealed. This absorption proqess telng a purely hglenlc one, an entirely natural complexion Is ac quiredquite different from the artl- nclal complexion. wi,n.i ..- w thing but glrlljh. though often bear inc painful evidence of childishness. Art ounce of mercollzed wax. obtain able at any drug store. Is sufficient to i. ., n rnrrm'exlon It is put on like cold cream at bedtime, and re moved mornincs wuu .. .: To eradicate such age marks as tMtT. .nil furrowa. make a wash lotion bv dissolving an ounce of pow dered saxollte In a half pint of witch hazel This has wonderful astringent rf tnnlr nronertles It quickly effaces all kinds of wrinkles, no mat- tar how caused, making me sain urr?, smooth and young looking. luTjHaffB Open Daily From -10:00 a. m. to. 6:00 p. m. 8.1$xx)v&ov$o. tttrE.BUSYCORNER!JKNKMilAT STH.ST. No Time for 5 Would Own Clever and Masquerade Suits for f B Hallowe'en Parties Choose your costume from a splendid assortment and own it for the price you would pay tovrent one; and, yes, In some cases for even less. Assortments are unusually gopd for tomorrow: Patch Clowns $145, 12.49 Yams Yams Suits. ' 'Z2S, $2.49, $3.95 Old-style Clowns.... $L49, $225 Bo-Beep Salts $&49 Ghosts $1.45 Red Riding Hood ....$1.49 Spot Clown ..............$215 Deril $1.95, $225 Witch $149, $145 Gypsy $145 Star and Moon $345 Uncle Sam $X45 Minstrel $4.45 Embroideries Useftil In Making Christmas Gifts A useful gift for one woman to give another is a pretty' camisole or corset corer. Nothing wears better than the corset cover made of embroidery, and these are very easily made if this corset corer embroidery is used- It is 17 inches wide, with deep design 'or dainty embroidered edges, with beading at the top to run ribbon through. A yard, 35c and 65c Double edged galloons for making shoulder straps.. 1Q. A yard ,... 3C All'-oTer embroidery for making baby's dresses, yokes, etc; 22 inches wide, in. dainty patterns, on swiss and nam- l (( sook A yard - ?1.1IU Baby, flouncing, finished with ruffling; 27 inches wide, in dainty embroideries. A yard, 79c and 98c Baby Yokes beautiful designs of dainty embroidery, round 3iV"iE,a: tt. t simple or eiauuxiiie ue&igns, pncea a yoe-irom isc to utv. Make up gifts for the baby now, in the way of dainty dresses and slips, using the yokes, and the ruffling or all over embroidery Kann's Street Floor. A Delightful Lot of New Flower Turbans Just Recerved and Go orr Sale Tomorrow at $7.50 One of the most becom ing lot of styles you have selected from this season. They are in black, brown, and purple velvet, the brim trimmed in flow ers of various hues. Won't you try some of them on tomorrow and make a selection while the assortment is sq fresh and new? Kann's Second Floor. Children's Dresses, Suits and Rompers Extra Special Wednesday at the Street Floor Bargain Table, $1.35 New styles made of Amoskeag ginghams, in pretty plaids," stripes, and checks; some made with combination trim mings. Sizes 2 to 6 years, and a quality that sells regularly at Si. 50, but because of a special purchase we can offer them to you at the special price, 51.35. Dresses, Suits, and Rompers that will help save the good clothes from wear. Buy them for sensible Christmas gifts. COMING! A Big Book Sale. One of OUR Kind. Particulars Later. Delay If You Different ijjnrti j-' Jockey Boy ..$3.49 Pierrot $345, $29 Pierrett $345, $29 Mephlsto $W9 Mandarin ..$3.49, $245 Colonial Man $545 I Colonial Dame -.$345 Kiddie Boy 53J9 Kann'a Fourth Floor and Street Floor. Halloween Farors. PIde Cards, etc. Wonderful assort ment at low prices. Stationary Store. Street Floor, and Toyjand, Fourth Floor. v--, : ' . : si Embroidery of One Kind or Another Figures Largely on Georgette Blouses For Instance take one of tie very- latest arrivals a plalc or white Gcorsette made t In a round neck style in front, with, a sailor collar back. TnU Is braided In self-color, and in addition to tbe braldlnc has touches of embroidery In two hades ot blue. Tho result Is exquisite. Another style in flesh color, has small Test of a deeper shade, the -waist Is embroidered In pink, and small pearl buttons trim the front. Another style Is made with, cross tucks and sailor collar. These are in suit shades. Other styles In suit shades, with tucked vest, round neck front, collar in the back, hemstitched edzc. All sixes to select fjr I7r from at iSOIU Kann's Second Floor. i