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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1919.
11 U..I.U1. 'J'M 'Wllf " " SPEND Jl, 129,508 ' ON D. C. BUILDINGS to tho report of John P. 3Ktar, lMmttt of bulMtag for the AMet, fl.Ut.Mtt WM.WMt la th Watrtet during tho month of geptem bar. for tin erection aad lawroveeaeat C bnUdtngs. la tho northwest section. Sit,! ww' spent for the erection of build team and tttt,M for Improvements, la tho county portion of too District, 1tBttl6n was spout for new buildings ami T0,O83 for improvement.- la the sovtbooat, for erection, Sao,6ov; for improvement, S5,S10; southwest, for SB erection. 117,000: for improvements, $41$; and in aortheast, for erection, Xl.840 and for Improvement $M,i. The total number nf buildings erected and Improved were 818. divided as follows: Brected. brick, 13: til. 1: eonerete, t; frame, 00; Improved brick, 4; and frame, 7. AUSTRIA TO SELL TREASURES IN U. S. VZXKVA, Oct. I. Tho Xfeae Fro announce that tho Austrian gov ernment ha decided to tend .to America a largo collection of im mensely valuable silverware, costly bric-a-brac anetoat paintings, and furniture from the Hapoburg palace to bo sold In order to provide funds to buy American food. SERVICE Cbmbined With Lowest Prioe Waeet qaalityffr SHBLLTBX fiaeaee hi Jtker gitMM oc apoctoctoa, itted with th vary boot TORIC LENSES. Special at - mrmaiM towc iiT roaaj&x Mir im to aoe mk or far) LENS at tat peoco. Fitted wk taeat Shalt frame a either eyogtotoa or 8.50 ve csr, grfaM mm smfftkce taM right-han Dm pnmmm. JU fair rfpp4 as mx law f Mtwr i. ta mtM. Jggr .4aBji9nSfEufc nrBnT BnBnBmBnBmPjH UssRet- E?l!9Plif fs IJW ?l!?mir or wfttriSftW a. - JJsBmWwgSPa LsnBnBmvBmmBnWsBmmBnBmmBm ur fc. vJ8E5kI 'fc,BjfcdnajW E KAHN OPTICAL CO. sir 1 11741 IttMfliSLI.ff. r2SjvoAJi T OUR DENTAL TREATMENTS absolutely Painleae they're guaranteed Painleaa, aad whether pro .wait until the tooth bagimx to ache or com when the first ttmtk in the tooth appear, you axe aasured -of correct Dental Becpiiu. and the coat depends upon how long; you take in waiting. KXAMNATIONAND ESTIMATE FREE ALL WORK GUARANTEED -- Set of To. ,.. .JfcOO Uclel Faaaeja. .71 BO Gold Crjowai, ixr tooth; $3, $4, SU ?5 DR. SMITH, DENTISTS, Inc. ; S. W. Cmmt 7 ami E Stre N. W. (Orer Kref) Entrance 434 7th 5t N. W. Vernon McNutt Hid Just About Dpairftd of Erer Ltrainf to "RoU" on HSs DrUm. By FONTAWE FOX. T S t;. -. AUllV' nesBMai .- '- , r i7.i ; I 4kA -. . . . I " .'. f.-. ' V:.a& JM.VNtJ T?fl-i. Il F,n CJfV IM C. KirMN'WI W'-.-i:. CAN "K0UL ;& 4 "- f iff Jl T - t, ; lr . w - - i .f-NoW-J . . .'.-.-: r, '. -J - NTi f k PT0 . ' VHE N HE HAPPBMD TO THINK OF . MOTHER'S EltCTRIC VIBRATOR; . .. LABOR UNREST BJG IC I m MM WORRY 0errlac 111, by the 'WbMter Sradle at. Iae WHY PROFESSORS 1 01 SO SOLEMN Whtn They Sh Janitors and Laborers Setting More Money It Makes them Sad. ai ' li V i..-ii... ' -.l-i- 1 'i.uAllfl.1 boosted more tban daakle trfcat tbey wore in 110, the plight 6f tbo ,r ons. wWse saUrlis hv remained stationary ean roadlly be aaderitood. Perbaps no aalaries have remained more stationary during the lt ten years tnan those of university pro fessors and teachers generally. And because of this fact that pro fessors now are belnr paid, lees than window cleaners. Janitor and labor ers that a world-wide drive has been started to raise a $l5,vt6,$de eadew ateai fnad far harvard University, part of wfcleh will provide a 10 per sent raise for faoulty members. Instructors at Harvard now resolve H r,.: 14th C Streets N. W, -t-1?. An Electric Washing Machine Pays Back All It Costs in a Year Through the styinfs It makes in electric wishing machine pays back H it costs the first year then orer and over again, year after year it coiitftiues to save you money. Compare an hour's time, a f eV cents' worth of electric cur rent and -abtofotely dean clothes, with the- Trwry and time and ex pense of the old way. Does it senm possible that you can jo on without an electric wash ing machine in your home? Buying it is easy. nmVaP il HI saismmsp W Jl ftp B I C st annmC-,'nmnCSwl aammL "S ammmam sirflsKanff )anBnmm3sBBayrv "vaa" $1S First Payment $10 Monthly What you hare been paying a laundress every week will soon pay fdr an electric wishing inacbine which washes your clothes' better than human hands can do it ' ' 10SS iSCOUNT ON 'AN ELBCTRIC GRILL will he allowed for cask auriag October to those pre sontiag the e&connt ooapen securod froni their monthly Eleetrk light MIL Important Xettee. A ow ttwber MMs were lose r4)Hr oot Th apectal Wasfclaa- Xi Mm tr Mm4 m tn ooi4 MK-4 MM. iMMwenc the Mlfai wlH ao soot of ,N ood dwtnc the Get in touch with our Electric Shop at once dont let another wash day dome around without one of these great labor aofuel savers. Potomac Electric Power Co. 14th and C St. Phone M. 7260. isrira UAIUWAY I '!", from ll.tM to 1,SM; assistant pre feseors set from IM to IS.tM, and fall proioosori reoeive from 4,Hd to tt.iH. The preoeat soale of salaries went Into eefoet in IMS. and durln all the time atnoo then faoulty mem bers have received no help in com battfnf the ever-inoreasinsT hljh oost of llvins;. Some street oar eonduotore n6w set as hi as oents an hour, while Harvard Instrnotors, after seven and often eifnt years of preparation for their work, ret only IS oents. The man who delivers milk to tho Har vard instructor reoeiver, . approxi mately SMM a year. The head ma sea and the plumber employed at Harvard reoeive l,l6. Kew Torkf etty pays its street eJeaners ii.99 a year, and the men who drive the city's refust-oarts jcH $7t-a. v . Honor's VaJee a Droppod. Flfuros prepared by the ' United States Bureau of Labor Statutist show that an instructor can purehaae with his salary only 4 per oont Of what he oould ten years ago. and only ft per oont of what he oould six years. as;o. "It is safe to say that 96 per cent of the teachers at Harvard etaaot live, without personal sac ri noes, on the salaries paid them fer teaohinf,' today declared Walter R. Tuekerman, chairman of the local committee In eharfe of the Harvard drive. "The elder professors, who have given al most a llfeUme of devoted service to teachiair, will oonUnue to teach bril liantly and with immense beaeftt to all who hear them, but every year their financial burden grows greater. They should be given salaries Urge enough for them at least to meet liv ing expenses. SHANTUNG CESSION WRONG, SAYS LODGE Senator Tell Mais. Conven tion Ht Would Vote Agiinit Deal, Though Alone. FIND NEGRO GUILTY OF SLAYING WOMAN Jury Out Only SO Minutes in Out pf Xevuriot Hay, "Colored Politician.. KNOXVILLB, Tean.. Oct. I. Mau rice Hayes, near politician, en trial charged with the murder of xrs.4er- ae LTndsay, a white woman here-on Auftust 3d. was found guilty late yes terday of murder in the rs t degree f QeV Reuben I Cat, dhlfcf oun eel fer the negre, made formal mo tion for a new trial. The motion win be araued at an early date. If re fused, General Catea stated he would appeal to the supreme court. The Jury was out exactly twenty minutes. Maye broke down as the Jury left the .courtroom and wept audibly. His father, sitting by his side, was also visibly affected. Interest, in the Mayes trial was in tense throughout this section, princi pally because of the race riots which followed the finding of Mrs. Undeay's body in her home early jn the morn ing or August 30. Tne riots were quelled by troops of the Teanesaoe National Guard armed with machine guns after several white men and ne groes had been killed and scores in jured, Fifty-flve white men are now in the Knox county Jail charged with par Uoipation in the rioUng. They will be tried in October. BOSTON. Oct 6. Speaking at the Republican State convention here yes terday. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge declared that the Shantung provision in the peace treaty Is a "great wrong, morally indefensible; politically short sighted." Senator Lodge said he could nOt agree altogether with the platform adopted by the convention which ad vocated prompt ratification of the League of Nations covenant without amendment, but with reservations. The senior Senator pointed out that he has already voted for two amend ments In the covenant, and that he could not and would not do otherwise, because he believed he was right. "I must vote against the Shantung provision." Lodge said "I cannot da otherwise: I would do it if I vote alone. Though I may be drawing near the end, I cannot hand to my children and grandchildren confirmation of having done a great wrong." TIN FOIL IN MOUTH CAUSES BABY TO DIE EL DORADO, Kan., Oct. 4. Robert, the seventeen-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Wright, died very sud denly at their home, following a short visit to the city park. The couple went to the park early In the evening and Robert, while playing In the gras, found some tin foil. Baby fashion he put It in his mouth. His mother noticed it, and took it away from him. In a fw minutes he became vio lently ill, and died an hour later. It is believed the tin-fell contained p n. i l to your boat Intrrost to 1ni year Liberty Bend. Interest la W..S..S. BLAST KILLS TWO. gTEUB&NVILL. Ohio. Oct. S. Two men. were killed and a third probably fatally Injured by a premature ex pl6s!6n of a dynamite charge in the Union Clay Manufacturing Company's mine at Empire, fifteen miles from here. , Government Sale of Furniture and Equipment Once again the Washington Public will have an opportu , nity to purchase furniture and equipihent, from the Depart ment of Labor, such as was used in the houses occupied by Government Workers dur ing the war. The sale will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days of each week, from 10 a, m. to 4 p. m., starting Monday, October 6, 1S19, at the- storehouse. North Capitol and D streets. The sale includes new and nearly new Bedroom, Living Room and Dining Rooms Fur niture, Blankets, Linens, Chinaware, Glassware and Kitchen Utensils. An excellent Opportunity is afforded the small buyer, as each and every item will be sold at set prices in any quan tity desired. Sale conducted under the supervision of the United State" Housing Corporation. 17 . Trauwpj H. C df L In Im- ,jBrtiio, EM Ftdtral Kmm loinL Labor ettffloattios ovorsfcaiow all ettior things In iatportaaee la taa bMoiaoos situation, said a Federal Bo sorre Board statement made public here. "A feeling ' of oenndenee prevail that. a. satisfactory solution of tho present troubles wlU ba found.- the soatomont said. "The feeling was e preoeod la a number of dletrlota that there was a growing realtoatloa on the part of the workmen that their Interests are bound, up with the in terests of tho community aa a whole, aad that Increased eflioionoy result ing In greater productivity la imperative. X. C. L. Loom "Tho question of tho coot of Itvlast has receded from Its former position of prime importance. Reports Indi cate a desire of tho workers to secure a larger snare la tho returns of Indus try, demand for increased wae be ing accompanied by demands far snorter hours. At tho saw ttsao, however, public opinion aoem to be awakening to th reaction which in creased wage aad decreased output may have upon oommodlty prioeo aad th vicious circle which may rootslt,!! rrmnvraB ji urcn mnwi mm in virion lino in which tho domaad is greateot." Commodity price, which reached now high levels daring tho month of AugusC appear to have begun a down ward movement after that, according to the statement. Tho high retail prtee prevailing appareAtly have not checked consumption, and th- de mand for higher grade paoawot ooa ttauo, It was stated. The customary autumn swell la & volume of busts" pi noted,- deopito uncertainty duo to labor .trouble ami to High price. . Regarding th. stoat strike, tho, statement said: '"Reports indicate the strike was moot widespread la th Coloradcv) Cleveland, and. CnJeJURf JtetrKtd, m knrUncal failure in Baa Utotrict, wtile coo4dorU mterrup- tlon-to prodnetfoa atM mtaa metobttrgh dhKrtot h preauetlen of tubular good was considerably curtailed, while tho maaufaotur of wire products was said to have boon well caintalned at all point except Cleveland, The greateot effect -of tho strike is reported to" bo on tho boav lr products, such as bars, structural shape, piato aad rails, far which do maad ha hitherto boon ntitet.M mmmatmm. to bmoMb k, or c. XBW YORK, Oct. . CaMteal Morcler will bo maao a mombfr of tho Knights et Columbus at a rooop ttoa and dinner in the Sotol Commo dore Thursday evealng. Tho dar bf ooMforrod by Jano A. supreme knight of the or m - ' - Jmm .- m -. . Tner win no apoocno oy Aran WU1 iralherty. der brshoo Kaye. Juotloo Victor 3, Dowllng. Rodman Wanamakor. John D. Rockefeller. Jr Mayor Hyiaa. oyocnr- Jamith. and ,aUjr. Jfoa, MoCormaek Will ii tao national anthem. HIM I IBBell iflllBlll roaorratloaa fully protecting Amorw BOmW. 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