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12,000 FRENCH FAMILIES
ASK PHILANTHROPY GRANTS TARIS. ?Oct. 31?Appeals for th* errant of 25,000 francs from the fun-i established by the French Philanthro pist, Theodore Cosjnacq. have been made by 12.000 French families. Thia fund was established to assist families of Bine children or more from the same parents. Ninety grants are to be made yearly from the Cog naeq fund of 90.000,000 francs, re cently turned over to the French Academy of Medicine for this pur pose. The money, which is to go not necessarily to the poorest families, but to the roost deserving, ia to be used to pay for the tuition of the children or to establish them in trade*. wiillli DEMOBILIZE TROOPS. COLUMBUS, Ohio, ?Oct. 31.?Prompt demobilisation of State troops which are assembled at Akron for strike duty at Canton, if needed, was recom mended to Governor Cox by Chair man T. J. Duffy, of the State indus trial commission. >r? ??S>i \ A c f V ? ???*? Girbr Your hair needs a little "Danderine"?that's all! When ft become lifeless, thin or loses its lustre; when ugly dandruff appears, or your hair falls out, a 35-cent bottle of delightful, dependable "Danderine" from any store, will save your hair, also double it's beauty. You can have nice, thick haJr, too. COMETO 521 9thSt.N.W. and have your shoe?? repaired at the followins low pnces, where you always get your raoner's worth and ?at is fact ion. 1 RINEX WHOLE SOLES and RUBBER HEELS NEOLIN WHOLE and RUBBER HEELS Excellent Workmanship. All Work Done Same Day. $1.65 JIN (Pern SOLES f [ $1.95 BEST WHITE OAK LEATHER USED 3 SELIS ?, SHOE REPAIR SHOP 521 9th St N. W., 5 Door? Below F Eat Heartily BECKER'S Prices Make It Possible Roast Bce*f.20c Sirloin Round Porterhouse Ste?ak Fr-eah Shoul-der. . . 26*/2c Smolxed Shoulder. .22 */2c Leg ?Umb.25c Baicon, in pi?ece.?35c Smoked or Green Sausage. . . 22c Fresh Ham.. ..-.30c Pork Chops..35c Brer Rahbitt Molas*?*?, can.... 8 ? ? c Sardines, can.5c Van Camp Milk, can 13c Corn Pe-s* Sauer Kraut 2 Cans, 25c M. BECKER 1918 7th St. N. W. Phone North 3697 g?t a good, oico iron in your blood h keep warm this iter. hudson's TONIC. LI IS WHAT Pure Blood Means W?rm Bodies, Warm Bodies Mean Good Health Start taking thl* wonderful medi cine bow, a prescription of a famous eld Virginia doctor, put up by a Vir ?nia druggist. Read, what It did r other a it will do a? much for you. How on sale at all PEOPLE'S DRUG STORZb, on a positive guar antee to benefit or money refunded. The anly way you ca? los* Is by putting off getting a botti* today. _>-.-..?men Your Hudson's Iron and Nux Tonle worked wonder? for any physical condition after taking it but three day??from Tuesday to Friday. For two waeks I had been fined with cold and my whole body ached al moat like toothache. I had tried tare* other vary highly recommend Sal remedia*, but got no results. *ts just recovarme from the "Flu" but waa somewhat worried for fear I would be down with pneumonia. I bought a bottle of Hudson? Iron snd Nux Tonic from Vaughan Drug Company, and after taking It three lay*. I waa very much relieved aad >y the time the bottle was emptied til symptoms of my former trouble sad di ?appeared. I therefore feel it my duty to vol untarily eapre?? my very great ap preciation to you for placing thl* wonderful remedy on the market, and I cheerfully recommend Its use to those auf faring aa I was. Yours very truly. (Signed) VV. H. KEl.LEY. Waverly, Virginia, March fi. IBI?. People at a distance will be aup Slled by parcel post paid. Addrea* udaon Medicina Co., Patersburg, Va ALBERT Al SAIL TODAY FOR BELGIUM Their majeatiee, the King and Queen of Belgium, with Prince Leo pold, heir apparant. terminate today what will live in history to be a his toric viait to the United States. This afternoon the royal party will em bark at Newport News, sailing direct to Oatend. Washington bid farewell to the royal visitors last night after a final day of entertainment which reached ita climax in a ?tilt to the sick room of President Wilson. Officials Bid Godspeed. Member* of the Cabinet and repre sentative* of the allied embassies as sembled at Union Station at midhiRht There was littl? ceremony, no speech making. A few warm handclasp* and the royal visitors were bid good luck and godspeed on their Journey home. Accompanying their majesties and the members of the party were the Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing, Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Dan iels, Baron de Cartier. Belgian am bassador to the United States, and Brecklnrldge Dong, Third Assistant Secretary of State. Following the sailing of the vaassl from Newport News this afternoon, the Cabinet members and Baron de Cartier Will return immediately to the Capital. The train left Union Station last night a little after midnight. The King and Queen stood outside of tff? car for awhile, bidding good-by to the officials who accompanied them to the terminal. The King told them before he left how he wished again to express his appreciation of the hospitality which had been extended throughout his entire visit In this country, and touched on th* friend ship between the United State* and Belgium, which, he said, had become even more close. Dinner 1? Platal Event. The final event of their majesties' visit to Washington came at a dinner and reception to members of the Diplomatic Corpa held laat night at the Belgium embassy, and at which the Ktnc and Queen were hosts. Immediately following the reception th* royal party made ready for the trip back to Belgium, leaving, the home of Third Assistant Secretary of State Dong on Sixteenth street about 11:30 o'clock last night. The visit of the King. Queen, and Prince Deopold to the President yes terday afternoon waa typical of the freedom and Informality which ha* t**?n fn outstanding feature of their majeatiea' tour of the United States. and it came as a fitting climax to the visit of a democratic king to a demo cratic country. With the cc-wsent of the Admiral Qrayson. the President's physician, ar rangements were made yesterday for the visit to the sick room, aad with the announcement of the visit, the usual crowd of anxious ones to catch a glimpse of the royal party assem bled at the west gates of the White House. But arrangements for the visit were unnecessary. There was no program, nothing of formality to mark the first visit of a reigning monarch of Europe to the President or the United States in his home. King Albert went alone to the President's room, operating the elec tric elevator himself. He stepped into the sick room and walked over to where the president, with an old gray sweater wrapped about his shoulders, lay propped up on the pil lows. They exchanged greeting* and ?hook handa. Then Albert, King of the Belsiana drew up a chair, and proceeded to "Just talk." FHessdry < ?n-??*r??(ton. The exchange of words between Albert, King of the Belgian*, and Woodrow Wilson, President of the United Statea will not be written in the paares of history which tell of the visit of his majesty to this country. Their conversation was the kind which marks the reunion of two frienda Mr. Wilson expressed his gratification at being able to see King Ubert and showed much interest In his majesty's short narrative con cerning his trans-continental trip. The King spoke of the wonderful development he had noticed in the United States since his visit here twenty years ago. and when the President's physician. Admiral Gray son, held up a warning hand and said the visit must terminate. President Wilson asked to see Queen Elisabeth and Prince Leopold. Queen Mizabtth and her son were shown into the sick room and spoke for a few minutes with President Wilson. "Your father Is every inch a man, and I hope you will follow ?n his footsteps," President Wilson told the prince as he shook hands with him. And as King Albert left the room, he told the Prelsdent: "I hope your Ideals will be carried out. and I be lieve they will." Assssapolla Cheer? Kiss?. The President told both their majes ties he was feeling much better, and following th* visit Dr. Qrayson said Mr. Wlleon had seemed greatly cheered at seeing the King and Queen again. Yesterday morning King Albert en deared himself to the midshipmen at Annapolis and hoard his title of '?King*' shouted at the end of a navy yell by more than 1,000 enthusiastic young men. The King reviewed the future admiral*, and asked Rear Ad miral A. H. Scales, commanding offi cer to extend some privilege to the students as coming directly from him. Admiral Scales had a vry happy thought, in the midshipmen's estima tion, when he make the "pr?sent" from King Albert consist In the lift ing of all extra duty for one month, this extra duty having been earned by some of the young sailors for in fraction of the Academy rules during the month. Following the review the King con ferred decorations oti Admiral Scales, CapU C. W. T. Cluveriua, and Comdra A. P. Falrfleld and W. H. Vernou. During, the King's visit to An napolis, Queen Elisabeth, accompanied by only two members of her party and an official of the State Depart ment, vlayted Baltimore and talked ?l ??'New York Is Becoming Moral?If Statistics Don't Lie NEW YORK, Oct. 31?Sinful 1G1 ol' New York la becoming moral. True it isn't any paragon of virtue yet, but progresa ie being made, according to statistic* made public today by Chief Magistrate McAdoo, based on the number of case* in the women's night court. In September, for instance, only 138 women were hailed into court on immorality charge*, as com pared with 296 for last May. Figure* on the same month a year and two years ago were 372 and J4?. respectively. with blind soldier* in the Johns Hop kins Hospital there. Her visit was short and she returned to Washington im mediately after Its termination. Part/ of yesterdsy afternoon was devoted to the reception of degrees by both the King and Queen. The King was made a doctor of laws by the Catholic University and by the George Washington University, while Trinity College conferred the degree of doctor of letters upon Queen Elizabeth. Qeorge Washington University held its exercises In the Memorial Conti nental Hall. The presentation was made by the president of the univer sity. William Miller Collier. From Continental Hall King Albert went direct to Catholic University, where Knights of Mt. St. Sepulcher. dressed in their white uniforms, re ceived htm. Cardinal Gibbons wel comed the ruler as "one of the most inspiring heroes of ancient or modern times." The cardinal afterward conferred the university's degree upon the King. The ceremonies took pisce in MeMahon Hall. At Trinity College the Queen re ceived the degree of doctor of letters. and incidentally made her only formal speech delivered in this country. In replying to the words of the faculty nembers who gave her the degree, he said: Unetn'? Aderen? "I am mo*t grateful to your emi nence for the Hind words which you lave spoken, and I deeply appreciate he high honor which has been con ?rred upon me by Trinity College. "I discern In this attention a de Ire to honor Belgium through me and to emphaeis* the unity of Idea* which exist between our countries. "Intellectual Belgium holds the American universities in high esteem; we know that these centers of cul ture are the hearths on which burn the fires of Justice, beauty and truth; therefore, I am proud to be admitted by Trinity College to the degree of doctor of letters. "This ceremony gives me the oppor tunity of expressing to the sister? of Notre Dame of Namur and their pupils my deep gratitude for the de votion and a**i*tanoe they have shown during our days of trial. "I form the best wishes for the further success and prosperity of Trinity College which is so closely connected with Belgium." _ S WhoIe?*ale ?Selling Prices of Beef in W?ashington Prices realized on Swift & Company sales of carcass beef for periods shown below as published in the newspapers, on shipments sold out, aver aged as follows: Prie? ? Week jEndln* Per Cari. May ir?h .822.82 May 24th . 21.-?? May Slst .... StVTS June Tth .*. 20.10 June mti. 18.? Jane Slat. ????? .?une 28tss . ?T.G,G. July s?h . IS.7? July 13th . io:*? Jal y ISth .?19.? jniy sata . 1B.4? AtaSjraaBt 3? . 17-44 A na ??? ? 9? h . 1 9 ?US Auk??? ISth . ISvM Au???.? 33?* . ???? Assjraat SiHk . 17..'?* ?????? r m h??r ?? h . 17.8? Srpl.mh-r 13tk . ?eas Sepierolie r SOth . 17.01 September 37tb . ? ?-?? Ortol.e r i? h . 1 ?. ! 1 ??p,??? ? 11 h.1438 Oc? r.l??-r 18tk . 1 ?~? 1 Or? ?lier 28tk . 1???' ?Through clerical error this price originally appear ed as $17. TO. Swift & Company U. S. A. THE"BLUES" Caused by Acid-Stomach Million* ot people wbo worry, are despon dent, bare spells of mentsJ depression, feel blue *Dd are often melancholy, believe that tbese condition? are due to outside Influences < ?er wbicb User bsve little or no control. Nearly a.ways, bovrever. they can be traced to aa internal source?acid-stan-nx-h. Nor Is It to be wondered st. Acid-ttomaoh. begin ning with such well defined symptoms *s iodi gestion, belching..heartburn, blost, etc., will, II not checked, m time affect to some decree or other all Ui* vital organ*. The nervous system become* deranged. Digestion suffers. The blood Is impoverished. Health and strength are undermined. Tb* victim of acid stomach, although be may not know the cause ol bis ailments, leeis his hope, cou raro, ambition and cuore? slipping. And truly lile u dark?not worth much to the man or woman wbo ha* ami ?tornach! ???-?? rid of Iti Don't let acid-sto m ach bold you back. wreck your health, make your days miserable, mak* you s victim ol the "blue*" tod gloomy thoughts! There Is a marvelous modero m-oed y called KATONIC that brings, ob! tucb quick relief Iront your stomach miseries??eta your stomach to rights?makes it strong, cool .sweet snd comfortable. Helps you get bsck your strength, vigor, vitality, enthusiasm and good cheer, 8o many thous ands upon thousands ol sufferers bave used ??"TONIO with such marvelously helpful re sult* tost w* are sure you will leel the same wsy II you will Just five it a trial. Get a big M cent box ol EATONIC-tbe good tasting tablets that you eat like a bit ol candy-lrom your druggist todsy. He will return your money if results are not even ***** than you expect. E ATONIC IE ? CHICAOO. Oct. 31.?There is strife in the ranks of the magicians. L?e.'t wings and right wing?, formerly con fined to feathered creatures and wll.l reds, who prefer tar with their fea'.h ere. have developed in the Dill Pickles Club, which Is composed of thoee who ' make a fight against the H. C. of JL? by convincing the public that the hand 1.1 speedier than the optics. On? element of the club opposes showing the public how tricks are performed. The schism came out here today when Chlng Sing Fo took the floor. For ten burning minutes he filled tea air of the Dill Picklea Club with stac cato Cantonese Invective. The other magicians sat quietly stuplfled by hii machine gun delivery. Then he relapsed and Chein Yet 8un retailed his compatriot's oration less pictorially. "Ching says if the profession don't lay off his fire eating act. which is his own invention, he will start a Tong War," said Cbein. ?'He says he is for the left wing of the magic ians and don't believe in giving awty any tricks to the customers." Which netted wild applause rrorrt the audience, for tne convention of ? conjurera, In session today, is way off the right wing. They say it Is rutn lng the magician's profession. The right wing, it seems. Is the American Aaaociation of Magician?. They have sanctioned the ehowing of how the little rabbit can be plucked out of the crearrvpuff. This is pure ly unethical, the left wing contend? This is not the only question be fore the convention. There is the matter of the perennial aces. Now, by professional manipula tion of one lone ace?picked from any trade deck?four aces can bj made to appear. The Lorelle Mirror. | an extra smart dresser, on and of.*, is accueed of ?elllng this trick ? j gamblers who have need for a stray] ace now and then The borelle Mir ror dentea the charge, so help 'im. BILIOUS? CASCARETS WONT SHAKE UP OR SICKEN YOU No Inconvenience Whatever! No Shock to the Liver, No Griping of the Bowels?Ideal Physic! Coated Tonga?*, Bad Ta*t*. Indi gestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches cr.m? from a torpid liver and ?lugglsh bowel*, which cause the ?.tomscn to become Ailed with un digested food, which sour? snd fer ments, forming acids, gases, sr.d poisons. Cs-scarets tonight will giv? your bilious live-? and constip?t?*] bo??!? a thorough cleansing and straighten. > ?: * ut by morning Can car*!? rurr rtkfn cramp or lncon ??nienc? yon all th? next day like naety Calorr?? *?* ?? O'l o? arpian; Pill? Cascarete Wavrk while yo*j sleep. HIRSH'S SHOE STORES 1026-28 7th St. N. W. It*s Values Like These I the Crowds to Hirsh's A" Women's and Growing Giving more style?more quality more VALUE?for less money is the policy that is bring ing women from every section of the city to Hirsh's mammoth shoe stores?out of the hi?h rent district Hirsh's offer you footwear of the hiebest standard of excellence at prices very much below regular ior shoes of similar quality. Girls' Smartest Footwear These Shoes come in the latest and most desirable models, and include a complete range of styles and widths. Our rigid specifications insure the most careful workmanship and superi or materials being put into them. There are Shoes here for every purpose and every occasion. And the com bination of price and quality is one that cannot be equaled in Washington. They really must be seen before their unusualness becomes apparent $?.85 $a '.85 The newest shades and leathers are here in profusion?Black, Vici Kid, Havana Brown Kid, Pearl Gray Kid, Matt Kid, Two-tone Effects, and Black and Tan Calf. There are tips and plain toes, three quarter military and full Louis heels, and also the new chic Baby Louis heel. Button and Lace Boots and Fall Pumps. $a '.85 .85 ? no .85 Evening Slippers 0llt 0? the In gold and jj-g,, Rent stiver cloth, * saftn, of vari? District OU8 8 h ade a, patent colt and colored kid. SHOE STORES L1026-28 7* St. N.W. A Spats Originator More popv? of Shoe Styles ?W **** ?*?* this neaton? D?f LUX?? ?***? *?*?*? them tt-t all ?hm?mg. fi.50 to #*.