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KKW TORK. Oct. 50.? The automo Mle has replaced the stork here. A machine drove np In front of Joaeph Toviaa house and sped away, leaving ? a richly dressed baby boy on the steps. The Novelty Shop 515 11th SL Ne W. Over Dntefc Ina. Two-Day Sale Sweaters Well made ripple and hand crocheted all wool sweaters, coat style and slip-on, some with pock ets and belted effects. X?l colon and sites. For merly priced $6 to $15? special, $4.50 to $10 Furs Wolf Scarfs .$15 Fox Scarfs .$25 Fur Coat ("imitation moie) .$7$ (Formerly priced, $110.) Baltic Seal Coat....$100 (Reduced from $160.) Waists, $4.95 Georgette, embroidered and beaded; all colors and sizes, including extra sise; formerly priced $7 to $9. t? cure m Dr. William A. White, auperintend ent of the St. Elisabeth's Hospital for the Insane, was the principal speaker at a meeting last night of the Cornell Club of Washington, held In the University Club. Plana for raising the $125,000 aa the city's quota to the $5.000 000 fund now being aought by graduatea o'f the uni veraity to Increase the salary of pro fessore, were dlacussed. Dr. White cited the need for higher pay for pro fessore as a meana for better educa tion, and "education la the only cure for Bolshevism," he said. John Poole, president of the Federal National Bank, outlined plana for the canvaas of Washington to raise the funda. J. H. Small, chairman of the Washington Cornell committee, laid ?tress on the fact that tbe canvass would include all of Washlngtoa'a business men. Washington'? quota to the fund will be used to endow one profeaaorahip. The aalarles advocated are: Inatruct ora, $1300 a year; assistant profea aors, $3,000, and professore who re ceive $3,000 at present to be raised to $4.500. BE MODEST, NOT VAIN, POPE URGES ROME, Oct. 30.?? second state ment from Pope Benedict XV on the aubject of Immodest dressing by wom en indicates that the Vatican Is de termined to wage a determined cam paign against trulgar feminine attire. Tbe Pontiff In receiving a delegation from the Italian Catholic Women's Union praised their opposition againat immodest attire, saying: "Catholic women muat not only be virtuous, but must adopt a style of dress In keeping wtta modeaty. They muat refuae to adopt exaggerated im moral fashions, which are a source of general corruption. It has come to my knowledge that certain modern fem inin? modea exercise a decidedly harmful influence on society. De signer? of these abominable fashions appear ignorant of the poison they are spreading. Mothera ahould not allow their daughters to sacrifice modesty to -vanity." VU rnlSMMpbie ewxt Swxmr?gZ.7S Round Trip. St.75. Special excursion. Penn sylvania R P.. leaves Colon Station T:tt A. K. Tickets on aal? Saturday.?Adv. COMETO 521 9th St.N.W. and have your shoes repaired at the following low pnce*, where you always get your money's worth and satisfaction. RINEX WHOLE SOLES and RUBBER HEELS $1.65 1 NEOLIN WHOLE SOLES?| and RUBBER HEELS X $1.95 Excellent Workmanship. All Work Done Same Day. BEST WHITE OAK LEATHER USED ? SEL1S ,,i SHOE REPAIR SHOP 521 9th St. N. W., 5 Door? Below F STREET CAR ARITHMETIC 7 CENTS ? 2 TRIPS ? 6 DAYS = 84 CENTS 84 CENTS + 16 CENTS EQUALS A i ??WE WHEEL WITH A? NATIONAL DEPUTATION A WEEK The Standard of America Perfect in design, material, and finish. Guaranteed 5 Years Built in Our Own Factory at Philadelphia. Equipped with the famous $10 FIRESTONE BLUE TOP, NON-SKID TIRE Immediate Delivery F?lle Equipped on a Small First Payment. We carry a complete line of accessories and sundries for bi cyeles and motorcycles, sold at factory prices. HAVERFORD CYCLE CO. 522 Tenth St. N. W. Main 6588. BIG BALL TONIGHT E Canvassers for Community House Fund Ready for Tag Day Tomorrow. With encouraging- reports of the progress made In the first two days of the Trinity Community House drive for $50.000, the twenty teams of can vassers are bending every effort to bring It to a successful finish tomor row evening. Reports at the luncheon yesterday afternoon at the Willard Hotel, attended by members of the general committee, were encouraging. More than $15,000 had been subscribed ? in the first three days, and many re ports had not been made. General -John J. Pershing will be among the guests at the Trinity "common sense ball," In the New Wil lard tonight. Oeneral Pershing stated he waa very glad to help Trinity Community House "because I have heard of the splendid work It is doing, and I want to get behind It and push." The dance tonight will be unique In that It will net have any of the "side show" features which usually mark balls of this'kind. There will be two orchestras. A separate room will be provided for card players. There will be lots of dances and few intermis sions. I'urlng supper, Pat Rooney and Marlon Bent headltners at Keith's Theater this week, will entertain. Many boxes have been reserved for Washington patronesses of the drive. Tickets sold indicate a large attend ance. BeaeSt WeU Attended. The Garden Theater, presenting "Soldier? of Fortune," was filled to capacity with young society women who attended the Trinity benefit. The entertainment was under the direction of Mrs. James Carrol Fraxer, Mrs. Newton D. Baker and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. As a "wind up" for the drive, a tag dsy will be held tomorrow and scores of young women have promised their assistance. They will be stationed In the business district and will ask Washingtonisns to contribute their bit toward the permanent maintenance of Trinity Community House. Madame Groultch, wife of the min ister of the Serbs, Croats, and Slo venes, spoke at the luncheon of the general committee In the New Willard yesterday afternoon. She compared the work of the Trinity House with that of the welfare work of the allies under the war, and Introduced Lady Sway til ling, who told of the first appearance of American troops In England?how England provided amusement for them, and how the work of welfare organisations abroad compared with the work of the Trinity House. Paator Defend? Metlve?. The Rev. Charles Wood, paator of the Church of the Covenant, spoke of the good work done by Trinity House. Some persons might make the state ment of the welfare work, he said, that "it's all right, but there's some sinister motive." "There is Just about as much sinis ter motive here," he declared, "as there Is alcohol in prohibition beer. It is a pleasure for us to sit here and eat, but It is to help those who are ill at esse, the unfortunate who gather at the real table of food, that the work of Trinity Community House must go on." Team No. $t, Mrs. R. M. Reese, cap tain, made a special report to head quarters showing considerable en thusiasm in Georgetown, the terri tory allotted to It. The members are: Mrs. R. H. Whltehead. Mrs. H. C. Wilklns. Mrs. W M Scott. Miss Car rie Naylor, and Miss Elizabeth Naylor. At the Farmers and Mechanics' Bank and Potomac Savings Bank contributions are being accepted. Others in Georgetown Interested in the drive and taking subscriptions are the Rev. Mr. Blake, rector of Christ Church; R. F. Whltehead. Frank Leetch. Mrs. W. B. Orme, and Mrs. Alexander S. Stewart. WIFE KEEPS RAGGED HUSBAND IN PRISON NEW YORK. Oct. 30.?In tatters? his bare feet showing through the holes In his shoes?David Goldhaber, member of New York's famous "Ali mony Club." knelt before Justice Peter A. Kendrlck and begged to be freed from a "debtors' prison," that he might go to work and earn alimony for his wife. Mrs. Goldhaber. in a silk dress and wearing furs, asked that he be kept in jail until he r-ould produce a bond of $500 for ba<*k payment. Goldhaber has been in Jail since March 3. Mr*. Goldhaber has not taken any step to enforce Judgment in her action against him. and, ac cording to the justice's decision, the man may be held indefinitely until she does, or until he produces the bond demanded. DON'T NEGLECT A RHEUMATIC PAIN Buy and keep handy a bottle of pain-re?eving Sloan's Liniment YOU need It when the unexpected rheumatic twinge ?tarts?the pains and aches following ex posure?sciatica, lumbago, sore mus elea stiff Joints, neuralgia. Forgot all about buying another bottle and keep mg it handy, didn't you? Get It tod-iy ?play safe?you may need It teala-ht: This famous counter irritant penr (rate? tctthout rubblnar and bcattert the congestion. The pain or aofte ,.? ??? relieved, l<*;?ving no pia ?tor or poult'ct mussine.??.-*, no ?'?tin???! ?"kin. Thousands of regular users keep it handy for emergency ?- they don't tuf fer needlessly. Three sizes at all ir ?mm 'see?a? ~onp 11.40 Sloan's I IMIMUIll Kerp ii handy f. ZJo on Savings Deposits U. S. SAVINGS BANK 14th and You Streets WADE a COOPER, Prea. Old Dutch Market We Close at 6 Saturday Night?Shop Friday If You Can VOU WILL find it greatly to your advantage to buy your week-end supplies on Friday. Our assort -* ments, especially of perishables, are at their best and freshest. Our Stores are less busy, so that ourclerk8 can give you the best of attention. And you will avoid the Saturday last-minute crowd with all its inconveniences and discomforts We strongly urge you to give Friday shopping a trial this week-end Three Startling Specials Head This Week-End's List of Lowered Food Prices. Here They Are: CUT FROM THE CHOICEST YOUNG PORKERaS?CORN-FED, HOME-DRESSED. QUALITY GUARANTEED TO PLEASE. Selected Cuts of FRESH PORK PORK LOINS Ofj0 Whole, pound Oil/ Pork Roast?, blade end Pork Roasts, loin end.... Pork Chops, shoulder.... Pork Chops, center cuts. . Cut from home dressed corn Pork Sausage . Our own make, from choice pork and pure spices, lb. . . .lb., 37c ..lb., 43c ..lb., 38c ..lb., 45c ?fed pork. Choice Native Steer Beef Prime Rib Roast... .Ib., 38c I Shoulder Clod.lb.,32c Bouillon Roast.lb., 32c I Boiling Beef.Ib., 18c Chuck Roast.lb., 28c Hamburg Steak ??SS?Z 285, Iqc BACON ST...4SI wboleer 40c Half Strip Pure Lard, lb.33c Lard Substitute, lb lb. 28c FINEST VI? ? ? MILK FED ? EjAlL? Veal Cutlet .Ib., &C* Rib and Loin Chops. lb., 4Sc Shoulder Chops _!.lb., 38c Breast, bone out.Ib., 30c SPRING LAMB Rib and Loin Chops.lb., 48c Shoulder Chops.Ib., 40c Shoulder Roast lb., 38c Stewing Lamb.lb., Deirydale nfflQ Fresh Creamery / I 1 I " BUTTER lb. FROM OUR OWN SAUSAGE KITCHENS Smoked Sausage..lb., 25c & 30c Green Sausage.lb., 30c Bologna, sliced.lb., 30c Pudding.lb., 25c Victory Roll.Vi lb., 20c Luncheon Roll.Vt b., 15c Millbrook April Storage EGGS 60 12 a Cut? White Potatoes 48c ?. Vz Peck, 25c Va Peck, 13c Finest No. 1 round stock Onions, lb. . .5c Cabbage, lb. OYSTERS 50c Fresh Shucked QUART. HaHbut, steaked, lb_45c Pan Trout, lb.18c Salmon, steaked, lb-40c Pan Croakers, lb. .. . 18c Tile, steaked, lb..40c Baas, lb.30c Roasting or Broiling Chickens ??? Pound .*?OL? FANCY BOX APPLES 'Grime.' Golden"| 1/ ? QAn or "Jonathan?" ?J ^ OV/U CRISCO, ? "> 33c, ? ?* 50c, ? u* 98c, ? u* $1.95 Del Monte Jams 33c No. 2 size cans. All kinds. Peeled Apricots? No. 2 can. 40c No. 2Vi can 48c Evaporated Milk?Pet, Everyday, Bor den's or Carnation?large cans 15c Small cans, 2 for.15c Palmetto Molasses, can.15c Red River Molasses, can.13c Tomorrow Will Be Halloween Of course you will have good company to chase bad spirits away. Here are the dainties custom decrees for Halloween festivities: Almonds, "paper shelled," lb.48c Brazil Nuts, lb.35c Dates, "Dromedary" brand, pkg.25c Raisins, pkg.18c New MINCEMEAT, lb.18c Mae> from ???? Rlcfceat of Per* Materials New Cereals At Old Dutch Market Low Price? Rolled Oats, new stock, lb 7c Quaker Oats, new stock. 2 pkjrt 25c New Gold Medal Buckwheat Flour, pkg.lie "Aunt Jemima" Pancake Flour, pkg 14c "Virginia Sweet" Pancake Flour, pkg. 14c Yellow Com Meat in bulk, lb 6c Prunes, 50s-60$, lb.33c Molasses, for Halloween taffy 30s-40s, lb.40c .13c and 15c WHITE CORN MEAL Special, this week-end, 12 lb? 55c CAMPBELL'S SOUPS JtSSSt?SSi 10c ^ You've Never Known How Good Coffee Can Be If You Never Tasted Our SPECIAL Santos 4 f\ Coffee 4|JC Pound. Not only supreme in quality, but FRESHLY ROASTED when you buy it, so that you GET all the goodness. Try a pound tomorrow. Canned Salt *nd Smoked FISH The Strongest Proof of the Superiority of Our Canned Red SALMON, tall can.29c Medium Red SALMON, Vi-lb. can, 18c; 2 forJ5c Blue Fin TUNA Fish, Mb. can, 38c; 'j-lb. can23c Sardines, in pure olive oil, can.15c Salt Mackerel, fancy, large, new stock, each..S5c Fancy Salt Mackerel, 3 for.25c Cut Herring, new stock, doz.28c J Smoked Labradors, large, fat fish, each... 10c Smoked Whitefish, lb.25c Vinco Salt Fish, ib.20c "Flemish Cap" Codfish Flakes, pkg.25c "New England" Brand Shredded Fish. 2 pkgs.l5c Shredded Codfish, pkg.15c Is the fact that an ever-increasing number of our customers prefer it to all other kinds. There's an extra inducement to buy it ia the lowness of the price. 6-lb. JO 12-Ib. bag.^OC bag 85c 24-lb. bag $1.65 Karo or Golden Crown Syrup ?&?, 15c No. 5 Can, 44c No. 10 Can, 85c FREE COOKERY LECTURE By Caroline B. King?Tomorrow, 10 A. M. to 12 Noon?At Our DUPONT CIRCLE BRANCH SUBJECT: THE ART OF SOUP MAKING. THIS IS ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL WEEK Commemorate it by sending a contribution to the magnificent Roosevelt Memorial to be erected in Washington by the Nation-wide Roosevelt Memorial Association. Send subscriptions to John Poole, treasurer. Federal National Bank, Wash., D. C.