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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo, Oct. 30 ? After escaping from a road camp. ?onTlct Bill Roberts came back to the prison and aaked to be let in He ?aid his wife made home too hot for him. GETS JA<i 0\ -MODEST VIOLET." OMAHA. Neb.. Oct. 30? "If all drunks had aa sweet a breath as you. they might get olt easier," Judge Foster told Jack Royd. who said he accumulated his jag by drinking a bottle of "modest violet" perfume. SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOR SHOE REPAIRING ALL THIS WEEK Women's Leather #1 ?? Half Sole?.ifl.WU Men's Leather ti 9C Half Sole?.#l.?il Men's and Women's ??-.? Rubber HeeU.*vC O'Sullivan C|L Heels.wWw Work Called For and Delivered . This special offer is to introduce our high-grad? materials and workmanship. These ??* savings ere for this we*k only. Act quickly. Abraham's Rapid Shoe Repair Shop 622 ? Street ?. E. BRANCHES: 633 Pa. Ave. S. E., 1115 H St. ?. E. Phone Lincoln ."?759. This Special Offer is Good at 622 H St. ?. E. Shop Only. Women's Feet Growing Larger, Say Dealers in U. S. Cinderella Contest NEW TORK. Oct. 30.?The honor yt possessing the community Cin derella was claimed today by Chicago, 5an Francisco, and Atlanta. Inquiry among shoe dealers in many principal cities revealed that the average woman of those three communities possessed the smallest foot in the country?size 4%. Atlanta dealers said their sales were equally divided among the intermediate sizes from .".'-.. to 5'?.. while In Chicago and San Francisco the average alze aa definitely fixed at 4V4? At the same time It waa In dicated? that St. Paul owna the larg est community foot?size 6. The Washington average is given as fjve. Since the South and the Pacific coast are conceded an "edge" in the I pedal handicap the honora apparent ly go to Chicago once popularly aup poaed to be the habit of fairly large] feminine feet, Brown and Tan Popular As regarda styl?e and colors, brown and tan laced boots apparently arc the most popular just at present, al though many cities evince a decided Tomorrow Only Trimmed Hat Sale Of Great Importance Offering Strikingly Smart New Models At Price Reductions That Are Decisive Formerly Priced $5 and $7.50 Included in this sale are 575 sample hats just arrived from New York, Color? Are Black. Navy, Taupe, Purple and Brown This low price should prove a magnet for women who appreciate high class (Jistinctive millinery at decided savings. 3 5 3 ?/ ?/ ?*??;_? ??? Fric LABEL TRY A LOAF TODAY PROTEOS YOU ?^SK/ Old Mammy's Rice ? ! AT ALL GROCERS ly cosmopolitan taste, particularly New York. The startling" announcement was made in New York and Milwaukee that women's feet are growing big ger. Dealers here explained that their customers' feet are becoming longer but narrower, which they re garded as commendable. Milwaukee retailers bluntly declared that "wom en's feet seemed to be growing larg er every year." Reporta By titles. The reports by cities follows: Chicago?Average size 4 Vi?. Heavy tan oxfoi-da, with short vamp and wide toe, worn with wool socks, mo3t popular. Atlanta?Average 3Vj to 5'? with equal amount of sales on intermedi ate sizes. Brown most popular color. San Francisco?-Average 4*/?j. Brown laced with French heels the favorite. St. Paul?Average 6. Brown boots with military heel most popular. New York?Average 4&B. Tastes rnnge from blunt-toed brown walking boots to' ailk pumpa' with French heels. All styles low shoes with spats popular. St. Louis? Average 4V4 to 6%. Brown boots of medium height and conservative style most popular. Detroit?Average 4'? to 6. High top, military heels favorite. Indianapolis?Average 6'/4C to 6C, smallest 1AA, largest IO'-..??. Milwaukee?Average 8?,^. Brown, gray and black equally popular. Nine inch lace boots with French heel fa vorite. One dealer said; "Women's feet seem to be growing larger every year. Only a few years back 3 M to 4 were the popular sizes; now 5 and 6 are in demand, with 6V? leading. We frequently sell sizes up to 11." Portland, Ore.?Average 5Mi? Fa vorite is high-heeled brown laced boot. Los Angeles?Average 5. Black pumps the favorite. Washington ? Average 6. Brown boots with French heels most popu lar. Pittsburgh?Average 6%. Brown walking shoes moat popular. Boaton?Average d to 6B. Brown walking .shoes with military heels best sellers. ? Cleveland?Average 5V4. The favor ite la the brown high-heeled boot. Philadelphia?Average ? Mr- Black and tan boots equally popular. SWAPS RIOT STICK FOR CALLING CARD Capt. Doyle Shines As Gal lant Diplomat As Well As Terror to Rioters. Those friends of Police Capt. "Bob Doyle, who made auch a howl when he was suddenly transferred from the Eighth precinct, where he quelled the race rlota with akill, to the Third pre cinct, which is much more elite and quiet, ahould have aeen him perform at the Red Cross building, this fore noon, and heard the compliments for the way he handled a "mob" of fash ionable women swarming to get a squint at the Belgian royalty. It was no place for riot sticks or rough tactics of any sort, so the deb onair officer used diplomacy, a well known commodity in his new precinct. Instead of yelling "Get back," "Heads up." and divers rude demands. Captain "Bob" tipped his hat with a white gloved hand and smilingly suggested: "Ladies, left dress," and "Ladlee. right dress," and he passed down through the broken path arranged for their majesties to reach their automo bile. Femininity Tell back as if by magic as the honey-tongued officer bowed his way through the mass of finery and fashion. "Pardon, offlsah. may I inquire your name," asked a richly gowned and bc jeweled matron. "Certainly, madam?Robert F.mmet Doyle, the oldest police captain in point of service, and the youngest In years," he chivalrously consented, and handed her his card. UPPER MARLBORO UPPKR MARLBORO. Md., Oct. 30.? The supervisors of election for Prince George's county have given formal notice of the general election to be held in the various districts and pre rinct.i In the county on November 4, from !? a. m. to C p. m. The complete Democratic ticket to be voted upon I? as follow.?: State- Kor governo!. Albert C. Ritchie, of Baltimore: attor ney prene.ral, Thomas J. Keating, of Queen Anne county: comptroller of Hie treasury. K. ly-oke I^ee. of Mont? gt mej-y county; clerk of the court of appeals, Caleb Clarke Magruder, of Prince George's county. County? County commissioners, fieorge N. Pal mer, of Seat Pleasant district; R. Hugh Pcrrie, of Nottingham district; judges of the orphans' court, Rich mond I. Bowie, of Meli wood district: Albert ??\ "Jenkins; William H. I,onc of Surratt's district; county treasurer, I?r. Harry Nalley. of Chillum district; State'* attorney. Lansdale G. Sasscer. o." Marlboro district; register of wills, G< orge P. Hiikoy; house of delegates, Julius K. Coffren, J. Simms Jones, i'larence If. Roberts. Frank M. Stephen: sheriff. Hervey G. Machen, ?f Hyattsville district; surveyor. Mil lard Thorne. Here Is the Republican ticket: State?For governor. Harry \V. Nice: attorney general. Alexander Armstrong; Comptroller of the treas ury. ' Amos Walter W. Woodcock; clerk of the court of appeals, William V Marccy. County County commis sioners, William H. Duvall, Ceorge N. Wells; judges of the orphans' court, Harry P. Moss. George W. Raw Unga. James A. Sweeney; county trensurer! Herman B. Burgess; States attorney! J. Wilson Hyon; registerof wills. Wil liam T. Davis; house of delegates William Noble Fisher. J. Alton Har ron. George ?. Lancaster, J. William W?chter; county sheriff, EH g. Har rison; county surveyor, Edward L Latimer. VOIWG BAPTIST? TO KI.KCT. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected at the first annual meeting of the Columbia F?d?ration of Baptist' Young People's Unions, al the West' Washington Baptist Church, Thirty-? first and ? streets northwest, Novem ber 14, at 8 o'clock. ' 20 CHILDREN SAVED FROMJTREBY NUN Sister Gives Alarm and Calmly Leads Inmates From Burning Mission. NEW ?UKK, Oct. 30.?Twenty children were eared from death by (Ire early today by the bravery, of Steter Charles of the Mission of the Immaculate Virgin, at Mt. Lorette, on Maten Island. The children were asleep in a quar antine hospital near the jalssion when the frame building caught fire. Sister Charles, In charge, was awahened when almost overcome by the smoke. She gave the alarm, rushed to the sec ond floor, where the children slept, calmed their fears, and led them out of the building. COMMERCE CHAMBER TO HEAR SENATOR SPENCER The Washington Chamber of Com merce will hold its next regular monthly meeting November 11 at Rauscher's. Senator Seiden P. Spen cer of Missouri will be the principal speaker. The members of the Mis souri State Society have been invited to attend the meeting. Sidney Weet, chairman of the mem bership committee of the Chamber, will report to the board of directors next Tuesday night the progress of the membership campaign. HAVE LOVELY BROWN HAIR TRIAI- PACKAGE SENT FREE. Why tolorate streaky, gray or bleached hair when it Is ju?t as easy to tint your tres?*es a beautiful brown as it Is to powder your face? Brownatone gives the hair bewitch ing beauty and charm, producing in stantly any shade of brown?or black If desired. <^=k I &5ft&^ !V*$# "HriiHRilonr Make? Ne Look Ten Year? lonntrr." NO other preparation Is so simple to apply. L<ight spots, gray strand.? or streaks, and all unnatural ?hade? in the hair are quickly restored to all their original beauty. Ab?olutrly Harmlea?. Brownatone is guaranteed perfect ly safe and harmless to the'hair and skin. Contains no poisonous ingre dient* such as sugar of lead, sulphur, sil^ajr, mercury, aniline or coal tar producta. Tt has no odor and is grease less. Apply it in a few moments with comb or brush. Sold by all leading druggists. Two colors: "Light to Me dium Brown" and "Dark Brown to Black." Two sizes. 35c and $1 15. De. mand the genuine. ?perlai Free Trial Offer. Send only lie with tills coupon for Free trial package and helpful book- ? let on the rare of the hair. Mall This < ?upon ???. Th?> Kenton Pharmacal Co., 401 Coppin"Bldg., Covington. Ky. Enclosed find 11 cents (to covar postage, packing and war tax) for Trial Package of Brownatone. . ...I.lliht to Medium Brown or ....Dark Frown to Black. Mark with X ?had? wanted snd mail with your full nain?? and addrr*?5. EP LOOKING YOUNG It's Easy?If You Know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets The secret of keeping young Is to feel young?to do this you must watch your liver and bowels?there's no need of hav ing a sallow complexion ? dark rings under your eyes ? pimples ? ? bilious look in your face?dull eyes with no sparkle. Yourdoctorwill tell you ninety per cent of all sickness comes from in-> active bowels and liver. Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician in Ohio, perfected a vegetable com pound mixed with olive oil to act on the liver and bowels, which he gave to his patients for years. ( '? Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub stitute for calomel, are gentle in their action yet always effective. They bring about that natural buoyancy which all should enjoy by toning up the liver and clearing the system of impurities. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are known bv their olive color. 10c and 25c. Try MakingYour Own Cough Remedy ??? run ?are abont fi. and hare ? brtter i-rined) than th?? r*?dy made kind. Eaail) don?. If you combined the curative proper ties of every known "ready-made" cough remedy, you probably could not get as much real curative power as there is ?n this simple home-made cough syrup, which is easily prepared in a few minutes. (Jet from any druggist 2'? ounces of Pinex, pour it into a pint notile and fill the bottle with syrup. Hsing either plain granulated sugar syrup, clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, as de sired. The result is a full pint of really better cough syrup than you could buy ready-made for three time? the money. Tastes pleasant and never spoils. This Pinex and Syrun preparation gets right at the cause ot a cough and giv-es almost immediate relief, fi. loos ens the phlegm, stop? the nasty throat tickle and heals the sore, irritated membranes so gently and easily that it is really astonishing. A day's use will urually overcome the ordinary cough and for bronchitis, croup, hoarseness and bronchial asthma, there is nothing bettc-r. Pinex is a most valuable concen trated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, and ha? l?ecn used for generations to break up severe coughs. To avoid disappointment, ask your ?iniggist for "-?y. ounces of Pinex" with full directions, ?wid don't accent anything else, duaranteed to give ab solute satisfaction or moncv promptly refunded. 'He Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, lnd. Store Hours: 9:15 A. M. to 6 P. M. New York?WASHINGTON?Pari? A Month-End Remnant Friday Offering Many Desirable Item? at Exceptionally Low Price? A collection of items that in number, intrinsic worth and unusual value are the most important of the autumn season. Of exceptional interest to evervone having any dc^re to economize on useful, high-grade, seasonable goods. No Remnants sent C. O. D or on approvai; no pbonc or mail orders A Very Unusual Offering for Tomorrow in Misses' Wool Tricotine Dresses, $19*50 Each Modish new one-piece styles that are generally preferred thi?. season for school, office, street and informal wear. Youthful and becoming effect? for tho slender girlish figure or the more dsv reloped womanly figure of the miss. All in the beautiful French new style ? ?tk narrow sashes or cord sashes. ? ? ?Six Attractive New Models aa Follow?: Belted model with round neck, braided motif, ' A Braided style done in black and kingfisher and button trimmed plait to waistline in back. blu", finished with sash. Sashed style, cluster tucked, and button trim- A conventional braided motif design back and med pleat down ba.k; button trimmed pockets. front embellishes a very attractiv < belted dress A cluster-tucked panel style with double cord Sashed Dress with darts and arrowheads for sash and double rows of self-buttons and silk neck finish and deep skirt border formmr pockets; braid pipings. button trimming. All in Navy Blue Color. Special $19 50 25 Women's Winter Coats. $29.50 Each Were $45.00 and $55.00 Velour^and Silvertone Coats, with large sealine collars. Nicely lined with silks. Colors brown, wine, navy and Belgian blue. Sizes 36 tc 42. Women'* Coats. Third floor. -: We Hare Selected From Regular Stock 25 Women's Suits, Reduced Them to $29.50 Each Were $45.00, $55.00 and $65.00 Checked Velours. Cheviots, Serge? and Tnco tines, in brown, wine, navy blue and black shades. Box coat styles, with narrow sinnp beh* and high chocker collars. , Finely tailored in every respect Sizes 36 to 42 Women'? Suit Section. Taira floor. a. ~>H An Extremely Important Friday Offering of Women's Lingerie. Undennuslins, Sateen Petticoats, Crepe Kimonos and Cover-All Aprons Greatly below the usual prices for garments of these qualities?on sale for the one day only?Friday. White Nainsook Envelope Chemise, > Nainsook and Cambric Corset Cover?, $1 00 Each 15 dozen Chemise, corset cover style, daintily trimmed, with fine Valenciennes lace; tailored style, with camisole top, embroidered in blue and pink dots; also a camisole style of flesh-tinted mull. Flesh-Tinted Mull Chemise, $1.45 Each 5 dozen Flesh-tinted Mull Chemise, corset cover style with blue hemstitching; shirred at waist, giving a dainty suggestion of the empire effect. Japanese Cotton Crepe Kimonos, $3.50 Each 5 dozen Japanese Cotton Crepe Kimonos regular Japanese model, having loose, flowing sleevesadaintily hand-embroidered with sprays of cherry blossoms. Shades of light blue, rose, old blue and lavender. 35c Each 10 dozen Fitted and Loose Cambric and Na-n sook Corset Co?ers. trimmed with lace or em broidery insertion and edging. Black Sateen Petticoats, $1 95 Each 10 doren Black Knickerbocker Sat?n Peti coats, with deep plaited and tucked flounces ia colored conventional designs of rose, old blue and violet. French Nainsook Gowns, Special $3.95 Each 3 dozen French Nainsook and Percale Gowna, low, square or stitched round neck and short sleeves, hand-embroidered in dainty floral sprays and hand-scalloped. Cover-All Apron?. Special $1.95 Each White Lawn and Cambric or Plain Blue Cham-, bray Aprons; long ?leeres. V neck, pockets and adjustable belt; fasten in back. Sizes 38, 40, 42 and 44. A limited quantity. Important Remnant Day Offerings in Wizard Cleaning Products, Carpet Sweepers, Toilet Paper and Laundry Soap Three Standard Wizard Cleaner. Greatly Reduced 98 cans Wizard Automobile Polish, 28c can: was 50c. For cleaning, polishing and renew ing the finish of autos. 72 bottles Wizard White Shoe Cleaner, 10c; was 25c. Cleans and whitens calf, kid, suede and canvas shoes. 82 Wizard Hand Dusters, 15c each: were 25c. Chemically treated dusters for dusting furniture, bric-a-brac; absorbs dust nnd never scatters it. Colonial Metal Carpet S?*-cepere. special $1.95 each. An all-metal frame Carpet Sweep er, with band to protact furniture; good hair brush, rubber-tired wheels. Now is the time to get a serviceable? carpet sweeper very spe cially priced. 400 rolls Indian Toilet Paper, 10c to'.]; $1.0? doz. A good quality tissje, anj a generous size roll. Swift's Pride Sanar- 7c asan*. %."?c #M. \Vy 330 eatcca cf thi*. s?ap? not le-s than !ws . i I ?