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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1919.
BH RAILS STRIKE NEARS COMPROMISE LONDON, Oct. 2. The British raJl wray strike seemed to have progressed several stages nearer a settlement to day when cenfereBJcea between Pre mier Lloyd George and the labor rep resentatives were to be resumed. While the negotiations yesterday and early tday did not bring a sola tia of the difficulties, it was stated in government and labor circles today that the preliminary discussion had paved the way for an adjustment. J. H. Thomas, secretary of the rall !ray union, announced at the close of the ealy morning conference that the labor men would meet the premier later in the day. "Having come together again," Thomas said, "it is the duty of both ides to see that we don't break until a settlement Is reached. That Is the spirit of the negotiations." STRIKE TIES UP 53 BIG MAGAZINES NEW TORK. Oct. 2 Fiction lov ers may have to wait indefinitely for that next installment of their favor ite serial, owing to the combined strike and lockout of 6,000 pressmen here. The labor trouble, according to the Printers League, composed of em ployers, mean "to be continued" for flfty-tbree popular magazines, in ad dition to 3(8 trade publications. About 75 per cent of the commercial printing houses in the city .were af fected. ' The strike lockout was the culmi nation of the fight between the 3eague and the International Typo jgraphical Union on one side and the BO-called "Outlaw" Pressmen's and aPress Feeders' Unions of New York, m the other. The lockout was directed only fcgainst pressmen not affiliated with the International Union. Smoking Pat Under Ban At Wellesley College; Girls Are fofignant WELLESLET. Mas?.. Oct I -Shades of Puritan ancestor?: Wellesley College, select and 'ex clusive, has Just posted notices of a new ruling prohibiting smoking among students. The regulation reads: "Since the privilege of the indi vidual must be subordinated to the Interests of the community, students may not smoke while living under the regulations of the Wellesley College govern ment association." The girls, when they read the rule, were indignant. They just denied and denied that any Wellesley girl smoked. Yet in today's issue of the Wellesley College News in the "Parliament of Fools" column appeared this comment : "We regret that certain unfor tunate exposures of the last year have compelled this law." NEW Y. W. C. A. HOME N CAPITAL NO Wash That Itch Away We know at ae caSerer tnm Ecyma wbe erec aaed the Maple wash D. D. D. aad did set feel irditely that won derfully caha, ceet seasatiea that ceaes when the Itch k take away. This seeth ter wash peaetratea the peres, girla fcMtaa: relief fr the at 4iftrei-r afcla diteasM. Aik as abaat it today. MCWcaadfl-. 1-1 JO D MlcftXl$xStiRV&12Q The new home of the Toung Women's Christian Association, at 1333 F street northwest, was formally J opened last evening, when Miss Mary L. Cady. of the educational executive board, addressed a large auidence. on "Young Women and the New Social Order." Mrs. William Hamilton Bayley, the president, who has been absent from the city for several months, was as sisted in receiving by the officers of the board of directors, among whom were included Mrs. Thomas Riley Marshall. Mrs. Robert Lansing, Mrs. Charlet W. Richardson, Mrs. H. B. F. McFarland. Mrs. Perry Heath. Mrs. Tfifemas B. Kramer. Mrs. Herbert E. Day, Mrs. Fred E. Wright, and Miss Margaret Fox. The different floors of the building will be in charge of the other mem bers of the board, who are Miss Frances Chickering. Miss Estelle Fos ter. Mrs. John L. Newbold. Mrs Woodbury Pulsifer. Mrs. John S Scully, Dr. Ada E. Thomas. Mrs. James Wadsworth, and Mrs. Eva C Weston. CHILD'S LIFE SAVED BYRARE OPERATION Throat, Closed By Lye Burns, Opened Gradually By . Surgical Fi - THE EAGLE AMERICAN-CHINESE RESTAURANT 316 Ninth St. N. W. Baness Lunch 45c, 11 to 2 Daily Special Dlaaer. Sj te S P. X. Smday Dinner. lliM A. M. to S P. X. ' Telephone Franklin 7712 DO AWAY WITH INDIGESTION Kw to FHrlfy a Sear, Distressed Stem, ach la a Few MLnutes ly?t us talk plain English; let jis eall a spade a spade. Tour food ferments and your stom ach isn't strong enough to digest the food you put into it, so the food sours and forms poisonous gases, and when it does leave your stomach it has not furnisb.tl proper nourishment to the blood, and has It-ft the stomach in a filthy condition Take Miona stomach tablets if you want to hauge your filthy stomach U a healthy, dean, punned one. Tf Mi-o-na fails to relieve your in digestion, rid you of dizziness, bilious ness and sick headache your dealer will chorful1v refund your money. If you want to make your stomach so strong that it will digest a hearty meal without distress, and you want to be without that drowsy, all tired .nt feeling, take Mi-o-na: it should give you prompt relief. For sale by TVoplf-'s lrug Stores and all leading drugcistt- To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take lalotabs The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nautcaleia, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c BALTIMORE. Oct. 2. Phoebe Pleyd. a flaxen-haired three-year-old from North Carolina, was the patient yes terday afternoon in one of a series of unusual operations being carried on at Johns Hopkins Hospital. It in volved the dilation of an esophagus completely closed, following the drinking of moistened lye by the child. The child drank the liquid many weeks ago and received treatment for a time from a physician in her native town. For days she lay hovering be tween life and death, but artificial feeding and Intelligent treatment gradually restored her strength in part. A few' weeks ago. however, it was discovered that her esophagus had asMimed an "S"' shape, due to portions being burned away and other portions forming protuberances due to new growth. A stricture began to form, and soon the child's inability to swal low threatened to become permanent. It was discovered that there was a tiny orifice in the throat through which the child could swallow a sin gle drop of water at a time, a fine piece of surgical thread was placed in the throat, and by dint of patience and the swallowing of many drops of water, the end of it Anally passel the stricture and entered the stomach. A heavier piece of thread was attached to it and drawn upward. This opera tion was repeated several times with successively hea ler diameters of silken ord. the throat orifice being slightly enlarged each time. GETS DIVORCE AND WEDS ON SAME DAY Ex-Wife of Baltimore Yank Will Follow Suit and Marry Today KALT1MOKK. -t. -J. When it comes to matrimonial speed. Abraham Wise. ltvent -six ears old. i- in a class by himself. For yesterdax Wise secured a divorce from his wife. Mr L.ula Wise, and married Miss France 1. Ko-rber. eighteen year old, of i Nil gale, in less than six h-uirs And the former Mrs. Wise isn't s. slow herelf She does not Intend t. live in single blessedness much longer than her ex-husband, for she will b marned tins morning to a man frwn Washington. Wise is a former member ( tin 313th Infantry, and ! says that ulnl. he was in France nis wife was nnghtv friendly with her future husband A friend 'tipped him off." and when he got back he d- ided to "out lor out " Mr. V.e. first, didn't contest the divorce cac. The deetee was Mgned yesterday morning about II o'clock and Wise hurried off w ith the papers and sought Miss Koerb r Then h' hustled to the marriaee license bu reau and secured the license about :t o'clock. From there a trip was made to th l'ranklin Street Methodist Episoi.na! t'hurvh and the Rev. Milson Thoma married ihm. Don't let eareleim expenditure make a leve of year aurar. Bhj- irluely. aad Increase year money heldlaga br ' Investing In W. S. S. I Old Dutch Market A Quick Solution of the ever recurrijig Problems of What to Eat, Where to Buy, and What to Pay SlTlOked HAMS The Choicest We Ever Had lb. We don't believe we've ever ottered a choicer, finer lot of hams than these. They're the finest quality you can buy. they've got just the right proportion of lean and fat. They're just the size the average housewife wants 8 to 10 pounds. And they're our own inimitable mild cure and old-fashioned hickory smoke. Need we say more ? 33 Cheese (Longhom) lb. 38c Snappy Cheese, 2 for 25c Cream Cheese, 2 for 25c Pimento Cheese, 2 for 35c MARGARINE Mayfield, lb.... 40c Mayfield, Nut, lb 35c "What to Eat" When you're tired of the old dishes you've made so often and want something new, write to the Old Dutch Market Bureau of Domestic Science Mrs. King, Domestic Science Lecturer of the Philadelphia University Extension Society, Dietic ian to the American army and a well known con tributor to all the leading women's periodicals, will be glad to suggest new recipes or give you her advice, without charge, and without placing you under any obligation of anv kind whatsoever, no matter where you buy your food supplies. Housewifely Queries Answered by our Bu- reau ox uo mesne Science. Can you tell me how to reek cabbage ae that it will net scent the whole house; HOUSEKEKl'KH. Quarter the cabbage and trim neatly. Plunge into rapidly boiling water to which vou have added a tea spoon of salt and half a tea spoon of soda. Cover only until the wnjter begins to boil aeain then remove cover ind cook rapidly tor twenty live minutes; no ,0"Bf,r The cabbage will be digestible nd delicate and will not scent the house in the least. What Is chervil, and how is It BKedf MRS. K. I- M. t'hervil is an herb which -esembles parsley. but is .,,... .lniie-we. It may be crown in a pot on the win low sill. Chervil is used in Mews and soup., r is often finel chopped and sprinkled jver a salad. Please tell me how to pre serve the litle yellow tomato which Is so plentlfal bow. MARION' B. Scald the tomatoes and dip ;hem m cold water, then re move the skins and cover with cold water to which a u o of vinegar has been iddeo. Stand over night, then drain. Allow lbs. f suear to t lb. of tcmatoos. Sprinkle the susar over the i run and after it stands for half an hour then place on Ihe range with Just enough water to preveni turning dd a tew oiqjc of ginger root, one lemon to each pound f tomatoes and cook very .-lowly I'll the tomatoes are transparent and the juice verv thick. AVhBt 1 the liest way to reuk a pot roast i MHS. It. II. Flour the meat on t II sides snd brown in just a little ut. Then add cup of inepar and cover closely, dimmer for an hour, then vour egetables uf any are ,o be useili and 1 lt cues of oHmcr water may he added, and the simmering cortinued f.r another hour, or loncer ..r a large roast. The vine-c-r will make the toughest meat delielouslv tender, i-nd will nJt lla.-i it in the lea.-t. A lutle atsup lidded to the gTavy will improve it. Sea son to taste. I'leawe tell me what io do ollh a hrlxUct or plate piece of beeff MRS. H. I 'late or bnUt ma bf ore&ared as the French pre pare a pot-su-feu. A vege table soun is made with the meat forth foundation. The mat ts rcmoed. The soup fs sered with croutons of f p d bread r crisp toast, ind later the meat with to mato sauce, or with i puree f spinach or ehicorv. By he lnsj slo eookintr whicii reQuirea in mast- in- :ouj .he neat be oms erv ten J r and iuic. SMOKED SHOULDERS, Strictly No. 1 Bacon, Machine Sliced and Extra Choice, lb. 45c ir .vl . lity, lb. . 22c Another Carload TTPpGII PARK" 4 Week End's of Choicest -T -Cik3 XI L Jim. v s Selling! 'Last week's supply sold out in short order and this second lot is erery bit as fine and m attractively priced. Better buy. your Sunday's dinner early and make sure you won't be disappointed. All choice cuts from plump COrtN FED young porkers, home dresMd. Fresh Hams, lb. 38c iPork Chops, lb. 45c & 50c 1 1 Fresh Shoulders, lb. 35c HBaiHaaamHJ nHHBHvaaiH.BaBBHBaa !BtoaiaBsBMHvHHBaBB PORK ROASTS, lb. 43c and 48c WHOLE PORK LOINS, lb. 42c Millbrook" Eggs 58c Carton of 12 Every egg guaranteed. Fancy April storage and unusually large, clean, meatv eertrs. DERRYDALE" BUTTER Fresh Creamery Butter, pure, sweet, whole- vlpSf . JmJ Tf some, lb. Choice Native Beef Home Dressed in Our Own Plant STEAKS Porterhouse, lb. . . .45c Sirloin, lb 43c Top Round, lb 45c Bottom Round, lb. .40c Chuck, lb 27c Hamburg, lb 25c ROASTS Prime Rib, lb 32c Top Rib, lb... 28c Bouillon, lb... 2Sc Shoulder Clod, lb... 28c Chuck Roast, lb 25c Plate or Brisket, lb. . 16c Spring LAMB Leg o'Lamb, lb 30c Loin Chop, lb .......... . 38c Rib Chops, lb -.3Sc Shoulder Roast, lb 26c Shoulder Chops, lb 30c Stewing Lamb, lb 18c Fresh Shucked Fancy Maryland OYSTERS, Quart, 50c Halibut, lb ;..38c fZ f 1 T T -i . Pan Tromt, & ; Fancy Steak Tile, lb . . 30c LarffC SmOKCd 101(10, eaCIl IOC Fancy Brttaftt, . Pan Croakers, lb 18c V 7 Norfolk Spots, large, .20c .15c .18c EVAPORATED MILKS c,LEri. 7 Large Cans, $1.00 Ijfffei'P Next Time You Need Flour, Ask for Holland Belle FLOUR 6-lb. Bag . 43c 12-lb. Bag . 85c 24-lb. Bag . $1.65 Tl tun jQ Del Monte Presenres Cai, 35c Apricot, Apricot and , Pineapple, Loganberry, Peach, Quince. Curtice Bros Jams r, 33c All Kinds Pa-Haolci New Season's New Stock "Gld Medal" Buckwheat FTwr, pkK....l(k New Stock Jemima Pancake Flear, pkg 14c New Hominy (coarse) at, lb 5c New White Cwn Meal, at lb 5c New Rolled Oats in bulk, 2 lbs 15c New Buckwheat Flour, in bulk, lb 8c Head Rice, at lb 15c "Star" Naphtha Powder, package, 5c Safety Matches 24 boxes, 17c ROYAL BAKING POWDER 12cSf 39c Our Special Santos COFFEElb.43c,2lbs.85c Try this coffee once and vou'H want it always. Every day it makes more friends for itself .and for us. Always freshly roasted when you buy it. Old Dutch Special ORANGE PEKOE TEA 75c lb. If you're hard to please in tea. try this just once. You'll find it fully the equal of, if not superior to many selling elsewhere at as much as a dollar a pound. Mb can CRISCO ;33c HSKOc All Shortening Purely Vegetable 3-Ib. can. :98c Peanut Butter, in bulk, lb 20c Ginger Ale, Mayflower, bottle 10c Canned Salmon, red, tall can 29c Canned Salmon, pink, tall can 19c Sardine?, domestic, in oil, 2 cans 25c Brooms, 4-string, each 44c Curtice "Blue Label" Ketchup A piquant sauce, made from pure spices and fine ripe tomatoes. Small bottle -..19c Large bottle 27c Smoked Sausage, lb 25c and 30c Sliced Bologna Sausage, lb 32c Beef Liver, lb., 10c; 3 lbs 25c lVz-lb. can... 18c 2Vs-lb. can... 25c Karo Syrup (white) Fresh Baking and Broiling, Chickens, lb. 45c Continuing the Sale of TOKAY GRAPES, lb. 15c, 2 lbs. 25c Canned Vegetables A kitchen garden on your pantry shelf. TOMATOES Solid, meaty tnmatws. red ripe and packed as nearly whole a-s possible. Xe. a" Can. "I Qp KTaok -... AW Deirn Chb 0. I! (RIM Kach S2.15 15c Jscpgu Sweetraeadow CORN Vounjf. juicy, sweet corn, gathered at Its b-.-t and put up in one of th best canneries. ( ami 16c $1.90 Kinq Fish n Potatoes, fine, mealy cookers, AK0 Sweet Potatoes, No. 1 Eastern .-J ?n Onions, peck eJt Shore stock, peck DL G lbs. 25c HYAp Kingfisher PEAS Green youns pea.. as sweet and juicy as if they'd just been gathered. r 15c ,".-;:- $1-75 atsojfsNaCfrs I fc '-f Tvtf I "Hyson" Brand CORN Maine atyle. This brand sells everywhere on its merits at 18c a ran. Our price it. fan . . Deirn Cans . 14c $1.65 - c 7