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WANTED IN NEVADA New TORK, Oct. 24.?The Episeo J*1 Church ta tn quest of a bachelor rector t? occupy the smallest rectory I* America. He must be a bachelor, for the ?nmllest rectory la far too small for a rector with a wife, and quite im possible for a rector with a wife and children. The smalleat rectory la at St Mark's K|*?f opal Church In Tonopah, Nev. The need of a bachelor to fill It has been brought to the attention of the heada of the church's nation-wide campaign In New York by the Rt. Rev George Coolidge Hunting. D D., )missionary bishop of the State. The rectory has stood vacant. Bishop Hunting explains, because none but a single man could get into it, "and there do not seem to be any more ?ingle men in the ministry.'* But Bishop Hunting has found a way out of the difficulty. In his state ment of the projects for Nevada to be embraced in the campaign, he recom mends a new rectory for St. Mark's. There is not a bed to be had In the town.'' he re porta, "to aay nothing of a house." MAYOR DENIED SEAT | AT WALES DINNER Invitation Withdrawn Be cause Detroit Executive Welcomed De Valera. WINDSOR. Ontario. Oct. 24.?The name of Mayor James Cousins, of De troit. was dropped from the list of in cited guests to the dinher in honor of the Prince of Wales today. The general invitation committee reached -this decision because Mayor Cousins officially welcomed Kamoti De Valera, president of the Irish re public, ta Detroit, It was announced. PRINTERS' UNION INCREASES PENSIONS AND BEKEFITS Secretary George_?*ibold. of Colum bia Local, No. 101, International Typo graphical Union. has announced that three proposition submitted to a referendum vote of members re* 6eived approval, as follows: To increase the old age pension from $5 to t>6 a week, 1,4M for and 62 against. To increase mortuary benefit from $440 to $500 for continuous member ship of fifteen years or more. 1.424 for and 86 against. To increase salary of president and secretary-treasurer to *5.000. $97 for and 396 against. . ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT Ethel Clayton Talks About Derwillo Face Tint and Tells How to Instantly Have A ' Beautiful Rosy-White Complexion Try This Simple Test USS ETHEL CLATTOX. New Torfc?Mias Ethel Clayton, the elever younr actregs now successfully ?tArnif under the Paramount banner, 1? famous for her beautiful complex Ion. When her friends Inquired about tt she said. "It's all due to a toilet preparation called derwillo which I u?6 twice daily. The experience I have had prompts .ne to make my ?ecret public. Thl? wonderful der willo instantly beautified my gkin and Its continued use baa made the re sults permanent." When Mae Edna Wilder, the well known beauty spec ialist. was Interviewed in reference Miss Clayton's remarkable com Sixion stated. "Anyone can have a autlful complexion when they know how. it's a very simple process use the same article In my work, and vintll you try it you have no Idea of the marvelous result*. The very first application will astonish you. Go to tne toilet counter of any drug or de partment store and *et a bottle of derwillo. then make the following test: Examine your skin critically before your mirror, note carefully its appearance, then apply derwillo as directed. After you have made the first application look in your mirror arain and note the surprising change. A peach-like color muuiU.-- t!ie cheeks; a baby softness comes to th? skin; it makes the nkin rosy* lute, velvety and radiantly beautiful. It is wonder ful for a dark, fallow .-kin, .-hiny nose, freckles, tan, oily skin, sun spots, coarse pore*, pimples, blackheads, chapped, rough skin, ruddiness, wrin kles and many other facial blemishes. I>erwillo method is absolutely harm less and will not produce or stimulate a growth of hair. It is superior to face powder, as perspiration does not affect it. therefore it stays on better. Thousands who have used it have hud the same results as Miss Clayton, and 1 am sure if you will giv- It a fa'r trial you will become just as enthu siastic as I am and always use it in preference to any other powder or bexiitlfier." NOTE?When asked about Derwillo on* ot our leading druggists said, It is truly a wonderful beau i it, aw.iy ahead >t anything we have ever sold before. We are authorized by the manufacturers to re fund the money to anyone who is dissatis fied. and w?- would not permit the use our nam* unleaa the product possessed un usual merit " it is sold in this < Ity under an iron-rlad money back guarantee by at| department stores and up-to-date drug gists. including People's Drug Stores. ByDr.Wyeth's Methods the moat painfully abacesseri teeth can be ex tracted entirely without pain. < In filling teeth we have always used the lateet painless methods in treating and remov ing the decay, preparing and sterilizing the cavity, and placing the stopping. Our work has always been noted for its permanence. The same applies to all gold crowns, bridge and plate work. By Dr. Wyeth and Staff of Expert, Careful Dentists That Has Sees Oar fterard for the Past 3.% Yeara '*Uu Terms of Payment to Suit?Examination Free Q My Perfect I Suction Teetb win Wat Slip or Drop? $5 00 Other Sets af Teeth. SSOO ??. Filling's, 50c Gold Crowns to $1 ud. and Bridge In sold, ?ilver, 53 (,^'54 00 <" $5 00 porcelain. pe? Tooth. Ope* Every Eveilsg CatU S Otloek and aa Sundays 10 A.Vf. la 4 P.M. Lady and malda In attendanca. All work fully guaranteed tor 20 yeara. KtAdly he*? the asat and laeatlaa af our office la yaor naiad. DR.WYETH, Inc.,427-429 7thSt.N.W. Oppealte Laaskargk a Bra. aad aver Grand t alon Tea Ca. Largest and Meat Tharaaghly Equipped Parlara la Waahiagtoa. Phone Mala ?IM. SUBCOMMITTEE TO VISIT ARMY CAMPS Personal Inspection and investlga tion of the various army camps and cantonment* Is to be made by the special committee investigating ex penditures in the War Department through its subcommittee, headed by Congressman McKensle of Illinois. This subcommittee expects to start out tomorrow, and the first stopping place will be Camp Sherman, at Chili cothe, Ohio. From this camp the in vestigators will make a swing around the camps in the Middle West and the South. It Is not anticipated by the committee that it will extend its in spections to the camps of the Far West and Pacific coast. The purpose of making the investi gation is to go fully Into the ques tion of desirability of location of the camp or cantonment in the first In stance. to determine the weight of physical advantages possessed by the location on the judgmeht of those making the selection and the possible weight of other considerations and rep resentations, and to form an idea of the future needs of the camps in apy military policy tbat may be adopted for this country Members of the committee during preliminary investigations into the costs of the camps and cantonments, their sites, and location* have been codemnatory of expenditures. They have intimated, also, that political and sectional influences were given undue Importance, in many instances. There are five subcommittees of the general War Department Investigat ing committee. With the proposed trip of the committee on camp* and cantonments, each of the subcommit tees will have made its tour of the country on some particular errand, and one of the subcommittees paid** visit to France. It Is estimated that the investigation in costing the peo ple about <20.000 a day. SAYS DOCTORS CAN END LABORUNREST Cincinnati Expert Believes Medical Attention Real Cause of Trouble. NEW YORK. Oct. 24.?Placing the country's most skilled physicians di rectly at the service of the workers, as a factor in the solution pf Indus trial unrest. Is an underlying aim of the American College of Surgeons clinical congress here, it was reveal ed today. Dr. Otto Oeier, of Cincinnati, one of the foremost advocates of the plan, said the laboring class would thus be better protected. According to Geler. the average workman now feels there is no personal relation between him and the physician pro vided by his employer?that their relationship is similar to that of a veterinarian and a stabltt of horses. This feeling would be removed, Oeier believes, if trained medical men would get away from their ex clusive clientele and place them selves within reach of the laborers. More than 500 physicians, repre senting practically every State and several foreign countries, are at tending the congress. BALFOUR LEAVES AS FOREIGN SECRETARY Curzon Takes Post When For mer Official Becomes Lord President of Council. LONDON'. Oct. 24.?Earl Cur*?n and Arthur J. Balfour have ex changed places in the official family, it has been announced. Balfour has been appointed lord president of the council, to succeed Earl Curozn, who takes Balfour's place as foreign sec retary. Mr. Balfour has had almost a half century of public service, having first taken his seat in parliament in 1874. His connection with the foreign policy of the British empire was es tablished almost immediately, as ,he was appointed private secretary to the Marquis of Salisbury, then secretary [of state for foreign affairs, in 1878. | and he was a member of the British mission under Lords Salisbury and Beaconsfleld at the Berlin conference in 1878. A few years more saw him advanced to a seat in the cabinet as secretary for Scotland in 1886. He be came leader of the House of Commons | in 1881 and prime minister in 1B02. It was recently reported in Ix>ndon that upon his retir^ient as foreign secretary Mr. Balfo^F would be cre ated earl and would succeed Viscount Orey as British ambassador to the United States when the latter had fin ished his mission there. COISVICT Sl'F.S FOB FREEDOM. NEW YORK. Oct. 24.?Four thou sand Sing Sing prisoners are going to sue the State to get out. Frank J. Hand, In since 191S for manslaughter, | is the first to test out a habeas corpus plan to get out. 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I-.ook fnr the trade mark and money back guarantee on every box. lyW) Two sises. He and |1.0# 'C5' Sold by leading druggists and local agents everywhere. Made by Alonio O. Blisa Co., Waahington, D. C. DECENT photograph of Mrs. Hannah J. Patterson, of this city, the first woman to receive an appointment as Assistant Secretary of War. Mrs. Patterson is shown in the above photogTaph at her desk in the State, War and Navy building. TLAJfS CONTROL OF ROADS. LONDON. Oct. 24.?Sir Eric Geddes, minister of transport, it is report?d by the Central News, is preparing a scheme for state control of railroads and canals. This became known af ter the conference of delegates of the National Union of Railwaymen with Premier Lloyd Georgre. Don't spend yonr Liberty Bond Interest. Reinvest It In W. 9. 8. 'LORD CECIL WINS IN LEAGUE DEBATE Verbal Duel With Duke of Northumberland Decided in His Favor. CAMBRIDGE, Oct. 24.?Lord Rob- | ert CecU won a remarkable verbal duel with the Duke of Northumber- ' land here when they met in a net de- ' bate on the league of nation* before en audience or 1,000 university stu dents, including Prince Albert and Prince Henry. The debate was regarded as of un usual importance?ranking with the long-distance debate* of President Wilson and the Senators in America as the duke is one of the most bitter opponents of the league, while Cecil is its foremost British exponent. "Resolved, that the league is worth less as a guaranty of international peace, and that ,it is-^radically un sound and a dangerous project," was j the resolution on which the debate j was made. It was put to a vote of j the students at the concluAin of the arguments of the duke and Lord Cecil and waa beaten, 728 to 280. AMERICAN WOUNDED IN RICA FIGHTING LONDON, Oct. 24.?Doctor Orbison, administrative head of the American Relief Mission in Riga, was wounded ify a German shell which struck that organization's headquarters in Riga, i Copenhagen dispatch reported to-1 lay. The shell was flred during a \eavy bombardment of the city by German artillery attached to Colonel '?ermont's army. The Lettish de enders replied vigorously to the bom lardment. A wireless dispatch from Moscow eported the first tanks manufactured >y the Rolshevlki in action against General Yudenltch's army outside Pe trograd. The Russian soviet government has iotifled Germany in a wireless from loscow that compliance with the al ies' request to Join in a blockade of he Bolshevik! would be regarded as ?n act of hostility. 200,000 PIECES OF BAGGAGE SEEK LOST YANK OWNERS More than 200,000 pieces of bag gage belonging to returned Tanks still remain in the army's lost and found department, at Hoboken, N. J. 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