THE WASHINGTON TIMES; SAI
3 HURT IN
"David X. Hanwny, seventeen years
old. 2006 First street northwest, died
at Sloley Hospital today from In
juries sustained when he was knock
i ed down by an automobile trucic
operated by Henry Thompson, 2401
Twelfth street northeast, at Twenty
sixth and Brentwood road northeast
Miss liable Comstolk. nlnetee.i
years old, 340 Twelfth street south
east. Is In a serious condition today
at Casualty Hospital suffering from,
severe scalp wounds and bruises on
the body and head sustained las'
night when she was knocked down
by a street car of the Capital Trac
on Company, while she was cioss
In? the "street at Twelfth end Penn
sylvania avenue southeast
Thrown from his bicycle when It
was struck by an automobile oper
ated by Mrs. A. 12. Meehan. 622
Fourteenth street northeast, at Sec-
. ond nd Maryland avenue northeast
'.last night. Corrle L, .Ricks, thirty
five years old, 204 Cast Capitol
street, was removed to Casualty Hos
Pltal. suffering from slight injuries
on the "bead and body.
Mrs. Ira. B. Conklln, of 919 L. street
northwest, was slightly Injured yes
terday when she was knocked down
crossing Ninth and Pennsylvania
avenue northwest. She was removed
to the Emergency Hospital.
D.C. FOOD CHIEF
Chllds restaurant today Is under in
vestigation by the District Food Ad
ministration for selling a glass of
milk for 10 cents.
Complaints that Chllds Is charging
10 cents for three piecea of buttered
toast also reached the food adminis
tration1. The usual charge for toast
I Scents for two pieces. This charge
Is also being Investigated.
Recently Chllds restaurant ad
vanced the price of milk from S to
10 cents a glass. Under pressure
from the District Food Administra
tion the price was reduced to 5 cents,
but went up again In disregard of
the food administration's decree.
The Season's Xovelty -
A llUitary Melange Tilth Uiule
BOYS of CAtflP MEIGS
Several Broadway Stars
( inciudihr r t ; r
Seats Kvrr. Xo 'W'nr Tax.
Next moxdat shats 5ow.
. Messrs. L and J J. Sbnberl Present
. . A Comedy With ante
"The Melting of Molly"
Rook by Marl Thompson Davl mod
E4ftr gmlth. Lyric by Crmu Wood.
Muiie br SirmitBfl Romoirr
TTllh BrUUant Com pan j or FLarer.
Aj Mell ms m IfeT7f B-.tltol OJxU.
- 1St,sl---S 1 tfYt- ITafc-l-
Nation ai sextweek
' iWHIMU SEATS XOW,
COlIAX AND rUBBU Present
THE LITTLE TEACHER
'A Comedy by Itsrrr Jainee Smith
., .And a Metropolitan Cut.
The Greatest Comedy Drama Since "The
Ilcnri RabaneV of Paris,
Tuesday, Nov. 5
National Theater 4:30
Soloist: Florence Eastern
Soprano from th 'Metropolitan
iSeats now on sale at Mr. Greene's
orncct in Droop's. I3th and G.
CuiUanoiM It :33 a.nu to n pja.
rienovated and Rrileeorated.
Monday IOiSO A. M.
And Continue Entire Week
ff DOUGLAS fe
"HE COMES UP SMILING"
DAILY f:JI SDH JlfJ HOL'YS S?,5..
Bf-opens November 4th text
Hcclnnlns at the Monday
Headed by "An American Ace,"
Lew Doekstader, Duncan Sitters.
Box office open from S a.m. to 1.10 pm.
Advance reservation phone Main ((S
Opens Monday, 8:30
Show-Spot for Refined People
Nightly 8:30 to 12
In America's Most Beautiful
Mid-City Gardens to Motion
Pictures and Jardin Music.
it l Vitiate
Jacobs and Jermon, fne Present
THE ALL NEW
With HARRY COOPER
N PROBE CHUB
Jilted, She Drowns
I " -' -.. ..'
flfe, . mm
MISS MARGARET DEAN.
Believing herself jilted In love, com
JILTED BY IN SHE
LOVED; ENDS LIFE
Funeral arrangements are beta;
mead today for Miss Margaret Dean,
nineteen years old. of 1253 K street
southeast, who threw herself into the
river when -she believed tht the man
she loved had cease to love her.
She died as a result of a mistake.
The man whom she believed had
ceased to care for her Is heart broken
today. He still protests his love for
her. according to Mrs. Llllle Tippett,
an aunt of the clrL Mrs. Tlppett de
clared that her niece had often
threatened to kill herself If for any
reason the love of the man .for her
Last Monday a quarrel ensued be
tween the couple, according; to Mrs.
Tlppett. Miss Dean told her that she
had been lilted and that she saw no
hope for future happiness. The fol
lowing nlcht Miss Dean returned
home much agitated, declaring that
she had seen the man she loved walk
ing with another woman.
Miss Dean left the house and did
not return. The police were notified
Friday morning. Later a body m
found In the river by the harbor
opllrc and taken to the morgue. It
was Identified by Mrs, Tlppett.
BAN GERMAN GOODS
KETv" TORIC N'ov. 2. The Archi
tecture League of New Torfc has
adopted the following pledge, which
every architect, artist, draftsman.
and engineer In the country will be
asked to flam:
"I do hereby pledge myself not to
use German-made material in my of
fice m long 'a-.! live, to help me
SHIP SINKS, CREW SAVED.
The Portland schooner Ethel, en
route from Santiago" to; "Baltimore,
foundeitdonV HrtTlorldareosst Oc
t'jp'r 24. Hercre" tva pick".! u
by the steamer Langore and landed
in Cuba October 20.
T STJRAHD T
GALA REOPEJflNG NOV. 4
SUrERB OPENING Dill
Hon. Tues. Wed t
REOPENS MONDAY, NOV. 4.
INCOSIPARABLE FILM PLAT
1 1 Moa. Toes. i
"A Nrmph of the Foothills."
Opens Monday, 8:15 P. M.
It's For You To Laugh
L? A I i V
r "V L"L" I Ninth St. H.W.
Beauty Chorus Worth Seeing
TWICE DAILY POPOLKR PRICES
Saturday, November 2,
I River Trips to
Home and Tomb of Geo. Washington
Steamer CHAS. 9IACALESTEK
Leaves 7th St. Wharf al 10 A. SI.
and 2 CO I". SI.
SATURDAY, NOVESIDEn 2
Sunday, Nov. 3
Steamer Charles Macalester
Steamer leaven Tlh street wharf
at 230 s.i m. and 720 p. ra.
Peases V. S. Ararnak Alexandria.
Fart Foote, Fart Wmahlnn-ton, Fart
Uont, Mount Vernon, Cam is Hani
phrevs. Indian Head.
50c Round Trip
Nate Steamer stops at Camp
IlnmphreT bath trips.
GROCER. IN EFFECT
The ban of the District Food Ad
ministration acalnst W. B. Krantx,
proprietor of the Mendota Market,
ound cullty of sellinR flour without
tandard substitutes, went Into full
Wholesalers and retailers, who tele
phoned to Clarence IL Wilson. District
food chief, to confirm reports of the
official action against Krantx. were
old not to sell a single article of
ood to the Mendota Market.
"Since Mr. Krantz has declared his
ntention of fighting the Food Admin
stratlon we shall soon see how long;
e will be able to continue In buil
Iess." said Mr. Wilson.
Krantz today declared he Is being:
mpported In his stand against the
Food Administration by "all of the
good people al this section."
In a statement issued today Krantz
indirectly expressed his fear that the
food authorities would confiscate his
property when he said:
"This order Is aimed to put me out
of business and would amount virtual
ly (If they could) to a confiscation of
my hard earned property.
"I have broken no law of the land,
and I feel that I have been most un
justly treated for eomethlne; I can
not help," said Krantz.
"The world, I think, ewes' every
man a living:, and I work sixteen
hours dally to obtain one. I . think
this rather a hieh-handed proceeding:
in a land where every man should be
accorded the privilege of life, liberty
and the pursuit of happiness while
Injuring- no one.
"I am located in a section of the
city where people want the. best
with a maximum of service. We
nay a hlch rental and." in fact every
thing: entering Into the expense ac
count ha advanced from 50 to 100
per cent, while we have doubled the
vmount of money invested In thl
business and at a greatly reduced
percentage of profit
"Selling a. bot of oats as 'a sub
stitute for flour led up tc this dras
tic action by the food administra
tion. rroflt giei a Month.
Krantz declared yesterday that be
believed he was being discriminated
against by the District food chief
because he refused to observe the
fair price list.
"Mr. Krantz says he earned only
$161 a month: profit In his store on
an Investment of S12.000." said Mr.
Wilson. "That Is a total of 51.032 a
year, or over 18 per cent profit on
bis Investment, which- could hardly
be called unfair.
The District food - board " expect
every jwholesalerin the country to
be warned of the ban against Krantz
within two or three days. The rub
Hetty department of the Federal
Food Administration will distribute
-v"-" y-'- ,'
Then 10 o'clock opening for stores
will continue In Washington.
Heads of large stores in Woshlng
jtont owners and managers of small
stores, today notified the secretary
to the Board of Commissioners that
they would cheerfully comply with
the request of the Commissioners and
continue the 10 o'clock opening.
These stores were provided with a
card to be placed in windows of the
stores stating that they had com
piled with the request of the Com
missioners. The card Riven to these people read.
"Open at 10 o clock. This establish
ment Is patriotically complying with
the request of the District Commis
The secretary to the board stated
today that 1,000 of these cards are
ready for distribution. The Commis
sioners have requested heads of busi
nesses In Washington to notify them
in writing as to whether they will
comply with the request. Cards can
be obtained upon such notliScatlon
from the secretary.
UNITED WAR WORK
Sunday, November 3, 4 P. M.
Charles Whitchair, from the
Palestine and Western
Bishop Shnhan, of the Catho
lic University of America,
Representatives of Seven
Concert by Full Marine Band
Mme. Schumann Heink
Opens Monday, 8 P. M.
An Evening Well Spent
Afternoons Ho 5:30. slight 8 lo 10:30
In America's Largest
snd Finest Rink
Polite Instructors. Refined
OliSCIR. Over Center Mirke(
0 CONTINUE TEN
That Guiltiest Feeling
VYHErJ 0MtT Of Yn HOt-S
RUMS pAOALLet. WITH Tl-itF,
5Tf2eeT AMD as You aR
ADDRES.SIWG The Ball Your
nciGhBoRimG family Goes By
Oiu Trie xway To Church. Yoj
HAuE PflCviOULY (Sluew out
The iMFoRMATiorJ That a -56ueRE
Case of Thp "flu voitt. kecp
You FROM TH'e MORNiroC SCRvCC.
G. 0. P, AS 'HOSTIUE'
BROOKLYN. N. Y.. Nor. 2. Secretary
JUdfleld. -in a speech tavorlng thfe
flection of Alfred E. Smith for gov
ernor of New York said' today that
for any human service It may be
said that training- and experience,
plus character, arf essential tijtnss
hence his advocacy of the Demo
"If yoil neeS a doctor," said the
Secretary, "you seek on whom, you
know to be trained and experienced.
If in a factory a, superintendent is
wanted one i sought who knows I
In re fe rrlqr; to the Congressional
cambalim' he termed thai strince
mental process, which. tL.Bepubll-V
cant 'were' t t the present '.time as.
"Onfortunktely." he J continued.
Ithere la nol aecord anions them.
'Some leaders declare they are More
loyal than the President, if I recau
correctly he was once said to be
"vaclllatlnc. At a time when the
successful effort of America Is the
wonder of the world,, and Lloyd
George has declared that the war
was a race between Von Hlndenburg
and Wilson, In which the latter had
won, these Republicans think that
their critical support Is more Im
portant than unity of thought and
purpose between Congress and the
"I nut It to you aauarely without
prophecy, bow would you act werel
you an enemy negotiator at the I
peace conterenoe, which must some:
day assemble If you know that the
President hsd behind him an ad
verse majority. In Congress? Would'
you or would you not take advan'--j
age of Hi Would It or would It not;
be your duty to take advantage or
It? Would you not think It" an en
trance for propaganda? And would
you not know that all the nations I
associated with ua In the war, every;
one of whom must In the nature of
things have their negotiators back
ed by a rriendly majority In their
respective legislatures, would feel
that there was a weakness in our
case which took away from th
weight and nuthority with which tha
representatives of the United States
would otherwise at that time speak'
NEW YORK. Nov. 2. Six promi
nent "pro-war" socialists called upon
voters, regardless of party affllia
Hon, "to uphold the President by
voting for only such Congressional
candidates as support with loyalty
and enthusiasm the President's en
tire program ot war and of recon
struction." They stated that the
leadership of the President was "re
sponsible for the collapse of the
power of autocracy In Qermany and
The statement is signed by Allan
U Benson, Henry U Stobodln. J. G.
Phelps Stokes. Chester M. Wright,
Frank Bohn. and William English
GEN. INOUYE COMES HERE.
TOKYO. Nov. 2. Major General
Inouye. of the Tsingtao garrison, has
been appointed military attache of
the Japanese embassy at Washington.
Captain Wataru has been named as
Obtain Kaw TJfa bv Taklhr
Restores lest narv fere, creatine naw Ufa.
Improvamtnt eemes to star, guaranteed
itm mm cnlerat, cecaina. Morpoin or
other nareotls dmrs. Writ for feooklat.
saco pacsare contains to aiyr iramimani.
by null II. C. IT. Kowalls - Co.. 10
Chorea 8L. New Terk. Bold hr People's
five Drug Storaa and other lcadlnr ami-lists.
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PARDUSR- vAKJG .t I TsM,!.ry
middle aisle- vue-RE Thews ,3Te . S
OrJ6 UP CrJ 'Cm JowftS POP. "
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4 Warriors Bold Fighting
SWitUr. KOX'AL WILLINdHAM.
gassed and shocked twice In the
German rush for Calais, and now
n a .Canadian hospital.
ItUllfcKT LEb W1LUNUHAM.
who Is lighting with the 162d
Infantry in France. He was a
rancher and big game hunter.
SPRINGFIELD. Ohio. Nov. 2.
Judge F. T. Ueiger has announced
that he would hear no divorco eases
wherein a soldier Is the defendant
until after tho war.
He refused today to take testimony
In the case of Nora Lemon against
Hurrrll Lemon on the ground that
he Is In the United States army serv
ice. NEW YORKERS TO VOTE
New York soldiers stationed In
Washington or In neighboring camps
will be able to cast their ballon
without returning home, special poll
ing placea having been established
at various points In and around this
city. The voto will be taken at the
station at Fourteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, on Monday and
Tuesday between the hours of 3 a. m.
and S p. m. At Camp Melga, Camp
Leach and Walter Reed Hospital the
vote will be taken today and tomorrow.
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t&&8mae&r . ... . xza&zsMum H-ssa
.7-'V5KpJ5Jtf -y -w r f,. a-.v-j
Vl'r vdr "tT, Tmmrwr
tP nr-j .-?
fl&afe ' W- ' (!' ti -ssfs
UNTIL WAR ENDS
oprrtshL 1 t
trtiAiiii. i...HMOLu willjNoham,
who was refused by the army
and navy and Ihe British navy,
but finally got in the Marines.
LEONAltU CALVERT VlLUfGHAM,
who Joined the aero service. He
has been flying and fighting In
France for over a year.
WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY
NORTH OF VERDUN. Nov. 2. One
of the most succets'ul air fights
that Americans have taken part In
took place near the Argonne foreat
when seven Yankee airmen account
ed for eleven German planes of the
Seven German machines were of
niiiy credited to the Americans; the
other four are unofficial.
. iiio-u Germans attacked seven
Americans, six being used as a snare
while nine others pounced down from
Only one of the Americans had
previously downed a German. Furth-er-oro.
It was their first fight.
The battle lasted fifteen minutes,
until the reserve tanks were emptied.
Only four of the German planes es
caped. The victorious Americans are
Lleuts. James F. Manning, Jr.. and
P. W. Graham, ot Chicago; James R.
McKay, ot Wheaton, III., formerly of
Ev&nston: A. P. Shenky, of Plalnfield,
N. J.; Ora R. McMurray. of Madison,
Wis.; L. C. Plush, and C. A. Kinney,
of Pomona, StaL
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SERVE TWO AtLIES
One son commended- tor- bravery; In
rrsnee.' where he received ;pro$ablr
fatal -Tvoonds; two- son fighting In
jBslglum. and one. son in Jjw Orleans
, eager to board a transport for France
I the story hidden In the folds of
the tour-starred service flag qf Alex-
'a'nder JJ. Wjfllngham. 160 Bryant
treeu northwest-, .- .
,ergt; Royal Wtlllnghanj. JMrdest 1
on. Is neardeatH In a Canadian hos-
NrtUlc . was. taken
aistwlct and sbeJJ sfuickearall,
;0thfn tbe space of Jtro hours- .1
oingc lie text acre 10 quo iqd jkqmki
i.enng ana aula, iis J
'riKhtinc' Tenth''-of Lansremareke
fame he saw his colonel shot t3 death
bj- a German prlsomr; he participated
nianigni jaia on a uerman strators In many cases Bad been r
and last if all he was one of n. i,,rmilnn t vha srhnnla
the small band of -heroic men'Who;
held the- Germans when they nearly
broke through to" Calais. In this en
counter Sergeant .Wilflngham wa "consent for the use of the schooU
put out of the light with gas "and -,..!..
The "Fighting Tenth" was cited by
toe r rencn government., ana eacn
man received a modal for- bravery. . '
Members of the "Fighting Tenth".
Introduced a new "stunt" in one of
' their raids, when theyxarried electric
light bulbs attached to the muzzles
of their rifles as they scampered out '
- over No Man's Land. i
i Robert Lee ivyilngham. Jhjrty. the
1 second spn. who has., been, fighting
with the 162d Infantry Jn France
since last winter, saw service also
with Pershing's men in Mexico. When
I the call came Robert was .emoloyed
In Washington as a motorman by the
W. R. & E.
! Leonard Calvert WJU'nxhanr re-'
signed from an 'electrle firm In Wash
ington and joined tho air service.
When volunteers for Immediate" se'rv-
I Ice were called for at an Ohio train
ing camp, he "was on" and immedi
ately sailed1 for France. He has been
In that country over a year, and Is
with the 300th aero squadron In ac
i Frank Carroll Willinghara. the
youngest, made many attempts to en
'1st. Including one effort to Join the
British navy, but was rejected. Fi
nally he was accepted by the marine
corps, first aviation section. 'When
his unit left for Franee he was In
the hospital. When he recovered he
vu nut nn pimrrl riiitv in Vv fti-
leans, but is expecting to sail fori
France where his- two -brother are!
Attention officers and enlisted men of the United
States Army, Army Reserves, United States Navy and'
Naval Reserves, Marines and members of the Red
Cross stationed in and about the city of Washington,
D. C, who are
Voters of the State of New York
An opportunity will be girra yon, to vote for lhe candidates
BACK HOME in conjunction with the general election is Nr f
York state noveraoer a, asxo. ah election wui oe Beta on mon
day, November 4, and Tuesday, November 5, between the hours of
9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the evening, at 1400
Pennsylvania Avenue N. W corner of Fourteenth Street, directly
opposite the New Willard Hotel. All qualified electors,! stale and
female, are requested to take advantage of this opportunity to east
their ballot. FRANCIS M. HUGO,
Secretary of State,
STATE OF NEW YORK.
A suggestion to WalSlngton house
holdtrs, who would Ilk to rent rocms,
but fear the eHect of tveh actios on
the households Is contained In. av at
of nils drawn tip fdr conduct of
roomers by on Washington woman.
Ura. P. It. Mays, 101 K street
riortntrest; says she can arsura her
sslf an orderlr well-conducted hooe
hold by cawing each roomer to sign
an agreement govrnlng her conduct,
before renting a room. Her rules fol
low: .1. You rent only roar own roonv
2. You most b la the hoaso before
IS o'clock (midnight) Unless pennls
slon Is'recelved from, landlady.
".3. You must keep- your own rOosi
clean, and In order, put trash re- re
ceptacle provided, and'earry yonr own
4. "You furnish, your own nliaxMi
fni linens, sheets, plllow-sUpav carta,
B. One bot bath, per week a cbd
uled by landlady.
6V Absolutely no washing, eooktns,
or light -housekeeping allowed on;
T. Must be careful of gaa and. hot
8. Men are not allowed hi rooms.
9. No phonographs allowed.
10. Long distance calls only la caaa
ot "emergency, and by "permission, of
laudUdr. City calls, 5 cents. '
(- 11. Arrangements must be ttstM
with laundress to call- for and return
Srashlng' when .you are at nonie.
. 12. Tour laundry- must be wit xn
side your door upon the day laundry
Is to be ealed for, 'and all arrans;
menfs hust be made with him ca
cernlqgV payment of bills.
' 13. All rates paid semi-monthly, Js
advance, unless otherwise agreed. .
' 14. No boisterous, disorderly con
duct allowed, on premises, or any I9JV-
enng at nignt on steps, at gate, is.
Veltlbille. or Yard.
15. No nails to be driven in waiL
only light-weight tacks.
18. Each Inmate Is asneeted to
considerate ot the rights of others-
TO CUT D: C. FOOB
A campaign to conserve, food an
sump oufprostaerfng IK the National.
Capital Is in full swing today under
the direction of the DUtriet Feed
Council and Clarence- Ri Wilson. Dis
trict rood chler.
Flans for action were projects
last night .St a meetlps Qf, the rood
Council In ttis District Building.
The committee on markets, trans
portatlonr and distribution has start
id a survey of the food altultlon la
Washington as-a basts for a cesser
VatlTe and antl-profUetrinx plat
form." . .
The "meat nrlce committee will in-
vestleats the present high sricea of
meU with the Inteatidn of lring
.them- for the '-lOtlniate consBmeT."
,-, ictWitlM of. thIoo CouaV
jnd th, Dlsttter "TTSOd Adjnfnls.
i tinrt im th nirli
.. Mrs. Ellen P. Dabnsr.ariBA raetint
iJt night declared thai fooi dem-
for tSelr weekly leasOna. Tie Stood
Council took action toward ajKing
the school authorities to giye tJtelr
Flavors iri 'Vials
lln Jiay-JelK tha
flavors come la liquid,
form, in-vials. They
are mads frost frcsh.-
kfipa frolt. They first
to Jiflr-jeii dssssr s
a wealth of fresh
fruit taste. -
4 With Jitrj-Jell l
can make adellcjois
dessert in an instant
-It comes fahdj
your sn4r, Xai it
costs but a trifle. A
, srrssix. Vj "
There are 10 flavors, but wa snt
ge st Loganberry or Pineapple; Trjr
it today. It wUIbrfn yoaaaew
conception-of gelatine desserts.
2 Paekegtt for 25 'ClOt
jinnv.mt w.-i-i-jTy tm
PRICES AND WAST
t.wyISr3a1. i- jjjpiaKere-wui.Bs-asstgneir-TTOTir. in-Sichgar-jiuf-
hrouifelT to address meetings of'cltl
iSnvmber:of the ' Zens associations and other ortaalxa-
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