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PLANT TO GERMANY aaSW YORK, Oct. 30?Relating that a manufacturing friend of hW ia about to more his plant to Ger many becauae workmen there are content with a ten-hour day and ? reasonable wage, Arthur J. Baldwin, j ?iee president of the McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, expounded to2(K> lue m be r s of the Advertising Club at Its weekly luncheon yesterday the vagaries of organised labor. He said he asked his friend what he Is going to do with his workers and he received this emphatic re ply: "They can all go to hell. The trou ble with organised labor Is that the men don't earn what they get." Mr. Baldwin is chairman, of the publishers' committee of five and Is leading their conflict with the strik ing printers and pressmen. Cyrus H. K. Curtis, head of the1 Curtis publications, was another g-uest at the luncheon. JAPANESE GRANT RfJSSIAXB LOA*? The Vladivostok branchy of the Mosk government bank is reported to have secured a loan of 20,000.000 yen from a_o*apanese banking syndicate for the purchase of supplies, accord ing to advices to the State Depart TICKETS for the Halloween Ball Tonight i at the NEW WILLARD May Be Had at the Door of the Hotel Benefit Trinity Community House " 1401 F Street N. W. Please Answer the CRY of Humanity : for . . Bread and Joy and Smiles, More Smiles Yes, Life Itself thru a donation to TRINITY COMMUNITY HOUSE GIVE and Be Glad seed yoaar aubeerintiee te t?Ml F ?treet \ w ROV I*. NU IltMHl. Treasurer. ? i: \ ? ??. ? in D. ROOSEVELT, Honorary < halruaan. ROLAND !MHH!\?. ? kaimaa of Exe-rutlee Conanalttee. SAYS GIRL NEEDS $20 A WEEK TO LIVE NEW YORK. Oct. 30.?No girl In New York city can support herself on $15 or less a week and feel no temp tation to cease "going straight," to day, declared Mrs, Jean Norris. lav.? yer, who next Monday takes the bench of the women's court, the first wotroan magistrate in this city. Mrs. Norris. suffragist and orator, said one remedy is in the passage of a minimum wage law by the State??. She advocates a minimum of $'20 a week. "Why do girls go wrong? That's a question society Is only now begin ning to bestir itself seriously about." Mrs. Norris- said. "The overwhelming majority of 'fallen' girls blame scanty wages. Fifteen the Low-eat. "Fifteen dollars a week is the low est upon which any woman or girl can exist, and if* is only the strong est characters who earn this much and resist the temptation. As for the girl without a home and making less than ?15 weekly. God help her! "And this amount Includes but the most pressing necessities. The fe male wage-earner has to forego vis iting the dentist if her need for the physician is. more urgent. Here are lowest estimates upon which a woman can exist per week in New York with out living in squalor: ?'Rent. $2.50 or $3: food. $5: laun dry. 50 cents; car fare and news papers, $1 : and then there are clothes, shoes, fuel, light, water and inci dentals. What They G?? Boy. "Women earning about $18 ? week can allow themselves two pair of shoes annually; two hats, one skirt In two years, three shirtwaists, one coat in two or three seasons, and about $25 for underwear." Mrs. Norris declared that In her ap pointment as magistrate of the wom en's court ?he foranee? the time when women judges will ait jointly with meo^n^kll the courts. No male judge, she pointed out, can gauge the psy chology of women arraigned before him. The social evil is still taking its leprous toll of Uves In New York," she asserted. "Better legislation and better industrial conditions will do much to wipe it out. Haste is urgent. Daily there are young girls slipping from decency and cleanliness, and that foul thing?'the cadet'?still haunts the shadows of the side streets. " 10 REDS ARRESTED IN CLEVT1AND PLOT Held Following Discovery of Plan to Kill 1,000 People and Seise Government. CLEVELAND.- Ohio, Oct. 30.?Ten men are under arrest here today, fol lowing a raid on a meeting of radi cals in the police campaign to round up all suspects irr the alleged plot to slay 1.000 Clevelanders, attack the city with bomb, knife, and revolver, and seise the municipal government. The new additions to the ranks of prisoners were booked on a charge of violating the criminal syndicalism act. The six men and one woman taken yesterday were arraigned, and two, charged with having explosives and revolvers in their possession, were held under $1.?.0?0 bonds each. The others were held under $1.500 each. They were held, on suspicion. Friends of one of the latter offered bond, but the Judge immediately raised it $10.000 and announced it was his intention to keep raising the bonds and thus make It impossible for a release to be obtained until the police were finished with their investi gations. SAY KAISER LIVES IN UNLUCCT HOUSE DOORN, Holland, Oct. ?29? Super stitious Doom's laste.-t gossip is that thj house where th?* former Kaiser now dwell.? is unlucky, due to the fact that it has generali*, been occupied by widows and men occupants die quickly. The superstition is an old one, and there are few record" of former ef feet?. The Barone.?? von Heemstra. iwho sold the house to Wilhelm, was < a widow. Painless Dentistry Absolutely aiiaUii $5.00 up The ART of PAINLESSNESS in my office U contributed by three factor? First, bftclALIZATION?Second, Extensive Obtunding Method?Third, Carefulness, and Sympathy for the Patient. The indifference of dentists generally to the pain they inflict is hard to explain. It is Hue many times to lack of sympathy. It is sometimes due tn haste; it often comes from ignorance?dental colleges, strangely enough, teach little on the subject, and it is seldom discussed in dental societies. Whatever the cause, the fact remains that most dentists are careless about the pain their pa tients suffer. But in my office I attach unusual importance to this subject, partly because my own teeth are extremely sensitive, and operations have always been a serious affair for both the dentist and myself. Naturally. I have been studying for years to make it as painless as pos sible. For years I have beer, abh? to eliminate pain and in M p^r cent of all cases by simply using local rem?di?e I am able to operate absolutely painless, and it must be borne in mind because of my repu tation I get the worst teeth to treat. In extremely sensitive teeth and very nervous patients I use a method called Analgesia. It make? the pitient entirely insensible to pain, though wide awake and conscious of everything that is done. I am aware of the prejudice which exists against dentists who use the "printers' ink," for I once had it myself. Perhaps you share in that prejudice and mr-:e the mistake of classing me with many of the unscruplou.s dentists who advertise. I cannot blame you if you do, but my methods, guaranteed work and reputation put me ?a a class to myself. Call and be convinced. ?? examinations free. LADY ATTENDANT ALWAYS IN WAITING Examination Free Hours: 9AM to 8PM DR. S. B. JOHNSTON Velati Building Painless Dentist 9th and G SU N W Telephone Main 1711 Let the Wedding ?Bells Ring Out By JEAN ?????. W\V WIFE W/?ir-lTS t? CrO TO FU3?-?.IDA FOR., THC WINTct?*. FETES H. E. WELCH Harry E. Welch, manager of a sec tion in the insurance division of the Bureau of War Risk Insurance, was the guest of honor at a Halloween party, given last night by his friends in the bureau. Mr. Welch is return New York.to resume work with a com mercial insurance company -he left at the beginning of the war. The party was held In the Y. W. C. A. Triangle Hut. North Capitol and* E streets northeast. Miss Carolyn H. Zeeb was in charge of the program. Other participants were .Mrs. Jessie P. Hall, Misses Mil dred Robinson, Anastasia Judge, Nettie Toison, Marcella Anderson, and Mrs. Caroline Korn. Col. A. W. Fullam, Lothalr Smith, and Ballard Dunn, as sistant section chiefs, accompanied the guest of honor to the party. HYAHSVILLENEWS Prince George's County Feder ation of Women's Clubs Holds Fall Meeting. HYATTSV1LLE. Md.. Oct. 30.? The fall meeting of the Prince George's County Federation of Women's Clubs was held in the auditorium of Mary land State College. College I'ark. The morning session was devoted to the transaction of business affairs. At the afternoon session Mi.?.? Agnes Ferriter, Red Ctoss nurse for Prince George's county, in an address, urged improvement of sanitary con ditions in the county and spoke of the progress being made in social service work in the county and of the need for its extension. Dr. A. F. Woods, president of the State College, was scheduled to speak but was unable to be present. Miss McNaughton, temporary dean- of the women's department of the college, spoke of the opportunities now be ing offered Maryland girls for edu cation in the college She pointed out the necessity of securing larger dormitories for the girls and urgeil members of the federation .to co operate In an endeavor to achieve this end. Jackson H. Ralston. a lawyer of this county and Washington, spoke <m politi?:al matters. An address was made by Mrs. O. V. Chandler, presi dent of the Montgomery County Fed eration of Women's Clubs. The grand jury of/the fall term of the ?-irou.lt court for this county in its report calls attention "of the prop er authorities to the crime wave sweeping over sections outlying Washington an?l urges that more po lice protection be given this section." This county is expected to be rep resented at the Stat?- i-onference of the Maryland committee for relief in the near east, which ?s to be held November S. in 1'altinmre. It is plan ned to conduct another drive for thii cause in February. The funeral of Mrs. May Rush, wife of Town Kngln? er W. W. Rush, of HyattHville. thirty years old. who died Monday afternoon after a brief illness, was held this morning from the family home in Wells avenue south. Rev. Andrew J. Carey, pastor ?if St. Jerome's Catholic Church, of ficiatimi;. Interment was In Mount Olivet cemetery. Members of the Snyder-Karmer Post of the American legion of Hyatts vllle are rushing plans for the mem bership drive to be conducted by the post from NovemberJt to A. Posters anaouncing the driv?*"and urgincr all service men to Join the post are being posted in various sections of ihe r'ersistentCoughs ?re danjetroua Oet prompt relief from Piaoa. Stops irritation; aootbinc. Effective and safe for young and old. No opiates In PISOS town. John ?. Brooke is chairman "f the committee in charge of the drlva. Funeral services for Peter C. Mc Cullen, sixty-four years old. who died Tuesday at his late residence, "Green Valley" farm, were held today. In terment was in Rock Creek Cemetery. DEPTH BOMB FOIKD OFF BOSTON. SCITUATE, Maes.. Oct. 30.?A depth bomb of the "aeh can" type was land ed here from a trawler which picked it up thirty miles southeast of Boston Lightship. Naval officials who In spected the cylinder said It appeared to he like one of the United States naval types, although actual identifi cation failed. ASPIRIN FOR COLDS Name "Bayer" is on Genuine Aspirin?say Bayer Insist on "Bayer Tablet? of Aspir in" in a "Bayer ? package." contain ing proper direction for Colds, Pain, Headache. Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheumatism. Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians tor nineteen years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Aspirin is trsde mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoace ticaci? dester of Sallcyllcacid. To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take Jo tab The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nauseale?, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c. Milier'a Antiseptic Oil. Known Aa Snake Oil Will Positively Relieve Pals In Few Ulnutea. Try It rtsht now for Rheumatlem. Nen ? lgta. Lumbago, ?or?, atlff and ?wollen Joints, rain In the head, ba.ok and Itmba. corns, bunions, etc After one application pain usually disappears as If by made. A new remedy uaed Internally and ex ternally for Coutha. Colds. Croup. Sor? Throat, Elpbtherla and Tonsilitis. This oil Is conceded to be the most penetratine remedy known. Its prompt ? nd Immediate effect In rellevtnr pain I? due to the fact that It penetrates to th? effect?/* parts at one?. As an Illustration pour ten drop? on the thickest placa of sole leather and It will penetrate this ?ubatane* through and through In three minutea. Acoept no aubantute. Thia great oil a golden red color only Kvery butti? guar anteed?30c. GOc and Sl.oo s botti??at all People'? Drug .Stores. / PAGEANT PICTURES E ' The possibilities for women in In dustry were pictured by the women of the War Work Council of the T. W. C ?.. for the benefit of the dele gates to the International Conference of Working Women, In a pageant ? staged last night In the auditorium j of the Central High 8chool, Thirteenth and Clifton streets northwest. The pageant, In the form of a pan tomime called 'The Shining Trail," was witnessed by the foreign dele gates to the conference, and by many representatives of Washington wom en's clubs. It showed women in industry, en deavoring to lead the industrial forces of the world along a pathway of harmony. It was rehearsed un der the direction of Era Betmer. as sisted by Alice Moore. The music was arranged by Mrs. Waldo Schmitt. The artistic costumes were designed by a committee composed of Mrs. Winifred Justus. Mrs. Elisabeth Cus ter Morrell, and Mrs. I. G. Sterling. The stage effects were produced by Mrs. Anna Sharpe Seits. Mrs. B. Blackburn, and Miss Ruth Cleaver. Mary Anne Shuttleworth took the part of "Youth." Corinne I. Lookman wan the "Heart of Woman.'' Gladys Rogers was "Play." Ruth M. Par cons was tbe personification of "Die cord." while Elisabeth Demarest took the part of "Harmony." Era Betrner acted as "Commence," and Dorothy Caldwell "Industry." Margery Pat terson took the part of "Truth." Linda Jane Kincannon "Love, and Verna Flagg "Unity." The pageant was presented under the patronage of the following ladles: Mrs. Thomas II. Marshall. Mrs. New ton D. Baker. Mrs. Franklin ? Lane. Miss Agnes Hart Wilson. Mrs. Medili McCormick. Mrs. Wallace Radei life. Mrs. Charles ? Walcott. Miss Olive Davis. Mrs. Robert Lansing. Mrs. Josephus Daniels. Mrs. David Frank lin Houston, Mrs. William Mam ilton Bayly, Mrs. Raymond Robins. Mrs. A. W. Grant, Miss Mary Ander son. Dont let en relea? eanessslHnee make a aleve of year porse. Bny wtnely, and Inerenne year snowey hold ing* kr Investine in W. 8. 8. A Health Shoe for Children, "Acrobat" Shoes fully meet the growing demand for a hesalt?f shoe for children. The wide to?? i?n<i broad shank r've perf?*<t freedom of action te eli the rnuscie* ?? the feet o? ?Trowing children. THE isr ??. t?AT IHK 4? RO FOOT CRIKLTT ?Terrec? School Sboe For iK*hool-Tt>on> woar the MA?rr*ol?el*' is no is** le??., com fortable and extremely dur aba?. In the home, they do not scratch the floor-*? or t?>ar the carpets, as they contain no metal Rearibie M Fell? Tonfi. ?^ ?t Rewbsde toot 111.TIRK The soles of "Acrobat" Shoes are specially treated to make them as flexible as felt aad as tough as rawhide. Children learn to walk rjuicker, and romp about with absolute comfort in thie specially constructed play shoe. TAN LOTUS CALF i Batton and Lace Hiffh Cuts 8 1-2 to 11 ... $5.0? S to 8 Regnisi Cet. UJaJ High Cuts 11 1-2 to 2.$6.00 ; 9 1-2 te 11 Lace ant! Button ???e Sole Agents for District of Columbia. Boys' Cadet Hose, double heel and toe. Will outwear two pairs of ordinary kind. FAMILY SHOE STORE * SHOES AND HOSIERY ??310-312 Seventh St. N. W. National Legislation of the Meat Packing Industry 1. Will not increase the amount of meat you can buy for a dollar. 2. Will not raise more animals. 3. Will not produce more meat. 4. Will not stop fluctuations in live-stock receipts or prices. 5. Will not increase the output of the packing houses. 6. Will not prevent strikes. 7. Will not reduce transportation charges. 8. Will not reduce the retailer's cost o"" doing business. 9. Will not increase the demand for the cheaper cuts of meat 10. Will not lessen the consumers' demand for ex pensive delivery and credit service. 11. Can not at the same time raise prices paid farmers for live stock, and lower pnces paid by consumers for meat But the slowing up of efficiency due to cumbersonv? governmental routine will have the effect of increasmg the manufacturing charges between the cost of live stock and the cost of meats, thus forcing lower live-stock prices or higher meat prices. The packing industry as now conducted, is characterized br keen competition, highest efficiency, and unusually low pro?ts. Let us send you a Swift "Dollar." It will interest you. Address Swift et Company, Union Stock Yards. Chicago, HI. Swift & Company, U. S. A. Washington Local Branch, 10-14 Center Market D. T. Du trow. Manager Pruni 2.0/tes.L* THIS SHOWS WHAT BtCOMCS Of THE AVtRAAt DOllaB RtCEIVED ?V SWIFT & COMPANY raXM? TH! V. | o? ?,, ???c r? aaooocs ?a etera ? Ptat ?oa tmi UVI ANIMAL its? cinti roa lasos ti ?falta atte ?.? ?.?? 1 04 Cil?-? ?tHAMI WITH SVin 4 CD*4?A> r ai ?as. - ?Are You Keeping Up With Tbe Times?