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?et. 24.?General Castelnau. in* of the hertee* of the flr.?t battle of Ci* Mirae. will be a candidate for the Chamber at Deputies from the d^part fent of Aveyron. it l? announced. JUUUS LANSBURGH the Lanaburgh Interior Peeorating Company, 7J* lith St. N. W . forai?rly *t Si; 9th St M. W.. ia now exelualvely ?np(?<l la tba Interior Decorating Bua Ineaa Hla attention la entirely de voted to the beautifying of homea, ex clave* ef furniture, cmrpeta and rufa. Should you need anything ig the line of druperlea. wall papering, interior paint Inc. or hardwood flnlahlng. he will he oaly too happy and pleaeed to receive yea <t hla aew bualneee place. 730 15th St N. W Washington. D. C RACE OR RELIGION MEAN NOTHING TO RED CROSS NOVOGRODEK. Poland, Oct. 24.? j Differences In class, race, or religion mean nothing to the American Red ?"?ross workers. Dr. Virginia Murray, of San Gabriel. Cal., reports that one of the best helpers and advisers the Red Cross has in this section is S Safrewit*. head of the Mohammedan colony, that has existed here for 250 years. "There Is no more honest man in Poland." said Dr. Murray. "It has been repeatedly proved that his information can always be depended upon. He is energetic in getting help for p?ople of all faiths alike." Hoat IH earrlru expenditure make a sieve of your parse. Boy wisely, and Increase roar money hold lags by Investing la W. 8. 8. EVERYBODY dC? - KNOWS r> A Special Sale of Over 1900 New Fall and Winter $3.00 and $3.50 ? * Caps $2 4s '? f Last minute models of the new Fall materials, unbreakable peaks. The man who goes in for golfing, motoring and out door sports in general, will find a cap to his taste here. Backed by 40 Years of Experience 503-5 9th St. Gentlemen!? There's More Than Economy in Tenniile Clothes?There's Genuine Satisfaction in Every | One of These Suits and Overcoats t Select from thousands of beautiful garments all j hung up for your inspection. The season's smartest j styles and fabrics. Take your picjc for ?And remember that you'll find the largest clothing "stock south of New York at "Your Home Clothing Store" ?the store where you get courteous and polite treatment 4,000 Suits and Overcoats, $30 to $50 TENNILLE, 911 G St. N. W. John K. Hayes, 25 Years With Parker-Bridget & Co. Store Manager, Brice Bowie, 23 Yeara With Parker-Bridget & Co. Secretary. John C. Taylor, 17 Years With I'arker-Bridgat & Co. Salea Manager. ? Oh, Man! ByBriggs alu Rl<SHT HOT> movaj TniT'S 'UnPER-STOOD - ? i*io press so?t just I Business CLOTnei! NO PRESS SUIT- J\JST BOSiNffSS floTHei us-reru flo - an >\gws6 i^eis?T not To / DRCM uP ay. ? Yoo MUST Your r>Ress clothes mo N\ATT?? WHETHER ^WY^OD*- ELSE t>OE Or not Y<X> r \aJAWT To LOOK AS t)Th?ft l*NC m DO - Yo<J OOCr h T | To l_OOt? KMC fc. Fop Kr .SAKE tF WOT pofc TboP OwUNJ ?i 'i Donj'T Care uJHaT You "Profuse? - roU'rE (SOitvJC. Tc. t>E Properly DR^-s-seo OH fo*J ouO OeCEi^fty I ll 6 X.PL Ainj LATCft - HOoi ? &0*JT yoou^,Fuf^ &1 0 <*-> * Sw6ll F\* IF I'd CoN*e iM , 8vjS(n?SS Su,T I*t> Ytivj vaiANTa ( PouBLt CftoiS ME. \ I AM k\aj+ul ARGUMENT vWITh " wife HOMCST Bitt MY wire MAD6 r*E P^T) EM OISJ SAMe AS ?twR * V COSSETS BANNED BK PUS WOMEN LONDON, Oct. 24.?Paris may set the fashions for the world, including London, but in the matter of corsata the English woman refuses to be led. The example of the Paris smart set in discarding corsets is not be ing- followed here. ?'A few years ago athletic women discarded corsets." says a Bond street corsettere." though smart women have always been well corseted. Nov women find that the elastic tricot belts which have replaced the long, stiff corsets are both comfortable and hygienic. "There are far fewer uncorsetei women today than was the case five years ago." The discussion reveals many fem inine foibles. "The stiff corret is worn nowadays by working women only,' a whole sale corset manufacturer declares. A farmer's daughter and a charwoman both engaged in work requiring great physical exertion will buy the stiffest and tightest corsets. "Your fashionable lady buys an elastic band, without stiffening or fastening, which she draws on ovjr her feet. It fits around her hips and detracts In no way from the lissome grace of her movements." Yet Miss Ethel L<evy, sometimes called London's best dressed actress, admits she wears long, well-boned corsets, firmly laced. Prince Ropprecht to Be Demanded by Allies for Trial for Crimes in War 1 PARIS, Oct. 24.?Prince Rop precht of Bavaria, together with others of the former royalty and nobility of Germany whose names appear on the list of those to be surrended for trial for common law crimes in France and Bel gium. will be demanded in ac cordance with the terms at Ver sailles, it is stated in La L.iberte. The newspaper says the list, now approaching completion, in cludes about 600 names, ^ach ac companied by a detailed account of the offenses charged and the evidence on which they are bajsei. The supreme council^ it it stated, will soon decide the date upon which the list is to be pre sented to Germany, which, ac cording to the protocol to the treaty, must be within two months after the treaty comes Into effect. DON'T LIKE THEIR NAMES IN BOSTON BOSTON/ Oct. 24.?Dissatisfied with the names they were born und'-r, many Boston people have recently had them changed in the probate court. Among these are Douglas M. Beerr,, who changes to Douglas M. Bea.:n; Herman A. Sawalsky becomes Her man Arnold Shaw, and R?dolph J t guelnitxer. who drops the last half of his name and becomes Rudolph Jaguel. Others who have changed are Fred erick A. Wischtokat, changed to Fred erick A. Westcott; Samuel Swetzuff to Samuel Williams. Domenico H. Pausata to James Pisco Pausata, L/ouis Psalidas to Louis A. Sllidas. Herbert S. Thivlerge to Herbert Stanley Norman. Ernest N. Haskins to Ernest N. Norris, Philip Marfyn skl to Albert Markell, Hyman 31. Bensvitz to Harry M. Bennett. Miss Florence M. Pretty has hid her name changed to Florence Mad son and Miss Rosa V. Butcher ha* become Miss Rosa Veronica Harvey. PHOJ'IDE5 FIRST-AID STATION'S. LENS. France. Oct. 24.?Medical supplies in the Carvln district are scarce, and for this reason a small first-aid station has been supplied in almost every village by the American Red Cross. The surgical dressings and few simple drugs have been placed in charge of a French woman and their uses carefully explained to her. RED CROSS OPENS STATION IN MO WARSAW, Oct. 24.?A iolid train load of American Red Cross equip ment, supplies of clothing, and food has just arrived at Lvow for the es tablishment of a new fleld headquar ters to care for the new work bein? opened up on southern Poland. Administration offices and large warehouses are to be established im mediately and a number of mobile fleld units sent Into the interior.. Those units will be served from the 'headquarters at Lwow, in the same maiinfr as tttpae working in the nftrth#rn zone are being supplied by Biaiystock. The personnel which reached Lwow on the flrst train include Major I. B. Snader, of Bridgeport, Conn., who will be chief or the southern fleld headquarters; Ca*>t. G. S. Campbell, of Charlottesville, Va-, chief of stores and record?; Mias KUen Thorson. of I.ake Bark. Minn,; Lieut. B. S. Plimp ton. of Hollis, N. Y.; Sergt. William McDowell, of Rockford. 111., and a staff of office and warehouse work ers. Col. Caslmlr Habicht. for many years a surgeon In the Austrian navy, now a Polish medical officer, acting as plenipotentiary for the Polish general staff to the American Red Cross commission In Poland, accom panied the new unit to Lwow as rep I resentative of the government. The flrst mobile fleld unit in the j new zone of operations has already started work at Kowell. Capt. C. T. Ekelund, of St Paul, Minn , and Capt. Thomas M. Barber, of Charleston, Va . are in charge of the unit. Other field units will start work as soon as headquarters at Lwow is equipped to care for them. NORFOLK PUBLISHER DEAD. NORFOLK. Va., Oct. 24.?S. S. Not tingham. aged sixty-seven year*, owner and publisher of the Norfolk Landmark until its consolidation with the Virginia Pilot In 1912, died here ,ast night following a brief illness. S-. - Sure Relief RE LL-ANS FOR INDIGESTION Sure Relief Pay dividends in cash and pleasure. There is solid satisfaction in owning and wearing dia monds?and they do not depreciate in value?can always be quickly converted into cash and are not sub ject to industrial disturbances, as are stocks an3 bonds. We advise buying Diamonds now. The price of Diamonds is rising. We have a wonderful stock of Cut and Uncut Diamond? at remarkable values. Let us show you. BUENSTESEiT e^TABLirHEO\ /53 YEARS' 3e>l PCNNA.AVt\_/MAIN 5382 V DIAMONOT FURNIfHEO ANQ PUflCHAffEO J ROYAL FAMILY TO SPEND | CHRISTMAS AT WINDSOR LONDON. Oct. 24.?The royal silk, stockings will be hung alongside the royal fireplace in the historic Wind ?or Castle this year. Long before the most enterprising merchant has started his "do your Christmas shopping early" campaign the House of Windsor has made Its plans and will spend the holidays in a merrier part of England for that sea son than London. Windsor looks like England of olden time, and still has many of the cus toms and living accommodations of ages long past. r.0<)0 RETIRN TO BLASTED HOMES WERVICO, Belgium. Oct. 24 ? Within the last few months 7.000 per sons have returned to their ruined homes in this section. They are re ceiving substantial help through the sale of household goods at le#s than cost by the American Red Cross, un der a new relief plan the Americans have worked out in co-operation with the Belgian authorities. DUKES AND COUNTS! RETURN TO DERUN -I BERLIN. Oct. 14.?German royalty la bog-inning to recover from tb* blow Inflicted by tbe revolution. One by one tbe former dukea and princoa creep forth from their hiding places and assert their claim to a place In ! the aun. For instance, Karl Eduard. former , Duke of Coburg-Ootha, appeared tn < the Gotha civil court yesterday and filed jult against the State of Gotha j for the recovery of his fortune which was confiscated by the local govern ment last July after he had refused to accept 10.000.000 marks aa final setlement for his property. I''Similar action has boen taken In the court of Arolsen by the former Prince of Waldek-Jyrmont. The fate of the former Kaiser's property and that of his family Is stUJ In doubt. The Prussian govern ment has just made an order autbor i icing former officials of the Imperial family to continue the administration of the many landed estates and for ests owned by William II and hta relatives. The order cautiously pro | vldes for possible imperial lawsuits by authorising the officials con cerned to represent their former mas I tera In court. !?>???? iseai t??t Liberty Bead Interest. Reinvest It la W. |. 8. J1.00 /? ? Sunday M Excorsion lKlsdltf War Tu NEW YORK The Gr*at MetropoKa SUNDAYS October 26; November 3; Drceabrr 14 THItOUOH TRAM* tu.. 7? km. mi tH H SKWATOH IWABTTft BETTm CHARLOTTRKVILLB. Va. Oct. *4.? Senator Thomu 8. Mvill'i t?a4l* tton today #ho?ed mtrltfd improve ment. Good News, Men! Washington *8 Greatest Sale of, SUITS AND OVERCOATS That We Have Been Selling Up to $35, Special $26 .75 Broad range of fabrics, patterns and colorings and the very latest styles. OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT la ready with a complete line of new woolen*. Suits and Overcoata. tailored to your meaaure, in the fatnoua "STEIN" V* AT, Just One More Week to Buy Men's Famous "TRI-WEARS" at $10 ?after that time, the Sio "Tri-Wears" will be a thing of the past; such are the quantities on hand. They'll be all gone in a week. Wise "TRI-WEAR-ERS" will see to their needs Saturday. No need to dwell on the well-known superiority of TRI-WEARS;" it's enough te know that you can still buy them for StO?and that in a week's time they'll be costing more. We've received a lot of new si 1 "TRI-WEARS" this week; new styles for young men, and more of the long-standing favorites for men of con servative tastes. These "TRI-WEARS" at Si I are SOME values, too. 4f4-9ftSt. IBM-ieRiAi*. 7ft 8tK 2?PaA??L "CHALLENGE SPECIALS $7 .50 Seven styles of new Fall 'wonder" shoes?at a "won der" price. Black and tan English bals, and tan BROGUE foxed .shoes for young men; black and tan calf full toe bluchers; ? black kid straight lasts. They're real snaps, at S7.50.