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RULE ON TUESDAY Important State and Munici *} pil Elections Slated (for That Day. Politic?, "adjourned during the ?>..'? cam* Into it* own again today, when it was ?aid at Republican iAi'onal headquarter?: 'Republicans will r-rte to victory Tuesday In Massi ehusett*. New Jersey. Maryland, and Kentucky." ? At Democratic national headquar ter*: "Democrats will ride to victory Tuesday in Massachusetts, Now Jer sey. Maryland and Kentucky" Gubernatorial elections are the or der of the political day. Minor elec tion* also will occur Tuesday through out the United States for mayors, al dermen. Judges, and tax officials. The line-up of the four important contests Vr governorships are: Massachusetts ? Calvin Coolldge, Republican, seeking re-election, vs. Richard H. Long. Democrat. Kentucky?James D. Black, Demo crat, seeking re-election vs. Edward P. Morow, Republican. KAPLOWITZ BROS. "Tate Shop Where Fashion Reiffnt" Designer* Manufacturers Importer? Suits-Gowns- Wraps Of Our Own Design and Creation FEA TURING Fur-trimmed Ta;lor-made, $85 00 Rear-alar ? aIBea. f 135.00 Luxurious Fur-Trimmed Wraps Suitable for Str?set, Motor and ?Dress W*>*r Prie?, $135 00 Hegsjlar Value?. SSSO.OO Fascinatm?; Frocks and Gowns, $55.00 Retratar ? alise?, SSS.OO Smartly Tailored Tricotine Frocks, $35 00 ? .?*- ?a : ar ? alu ??. SS3.00 Open Evenings for the Con venience of Our Patrons 721 9th Street l>?or? From the Rialto TRAIN IS DRAWN BY "GAS" ENGINE Southern Maryland Gets New Railroad Record for State. . BALTIMORE. Oct. 31?Maryland ha* led the country in many feature* of railroad operation. It had the first railroad and now It comes to the front with the distinction perhaps of having the first steam railroad in the East to operate by other than steam as a motive power. The management of the Southern Maryland Railroad Company oper ates its passenger service with gaso line. The company has had a large motor truck adjusted to the gauge of the line and equipped with the regu lar underframe and wheels of the ordinary locomotive. The engine Is similar to those of all automobiles and it draws the passenger coach regularly every day over the line. Steam still is used as motive power for freight service. It Is said the patrons of the line are much pleased with th* way In Which the innovation has worked. It gives as speedy movement aa did the steam engine and seems to be handled more easily. This line runs from Brandywlne. In Prince George e country, to Mechan icsville. In St. Mary's county, about twenty miles. HONDURAS ELECTS NEW PRESIDENT SAN SALVADOR, Rspubllc of Sal vador, Oct. 11.?Qen. Rafael Lope??. Gutierres waa elected President of the republic of Honduras by an ab solute majority of ?1.768 In the elec tions held In that republic Sunday, celved here from Tegucigalpa. Th?? opposing candidate. Dr. Aberto Mem breno, received l!,S8t votes. Dr. Membreno is leaving here for Tegucigalpa after a conference with Dr. Nasario Soriano, who was first designated for the presidency of Hon duras. SUGAR PROBE WILL RESUME TOMORROW Senate Committee To Seek Real Cause Of Inade quate Supply. Investigation of the sugar shortage. Senator Gronna, of North Dakota, chairman of the Senate Agricultural Committee, announced today, will be resumed tomorrow. The committee will try to ascertain the real cause of the Inadequate supply. "There Is plenty of sugar In the country," declared Senator Gronna. "as has been shown conclusively by testimony already given before this committee. Just why It is not on the market is a malter which this com mittee is going to find out and make public." He criticised the United States Sugar Equalization Board and placed the blame for the present shortage partly on the board and partly on the President's failure to buy the Cuban crop when it was on the market. "Later the Cuban supply was with drawn or sold elsewhere and when the Government got ready to buy. the price had been raised and very little sugar was found," said Gronna, tn an Interview. "Had th* matter of handling the nation's sugar supply been placed In the hands of business men instead of being mishandled by the Govern ment," Gronna declared, "th*r* would be no shortage at this time." COAL EMBARGO LID GOES DOWN TIGHT PITTSBURGH. Oct. 31.?Th* em bargo on coal deliveries, more strin gent than any during the war. was put into effect by the Pennsylvania railroad here today. The order prohibits the delivery of bituminous coal to practically every kind of Industry except those recog nised as national pcessltles. Coal cannot even be delivered to connect ing railroads. ?**? SECOND BIG SHIPMENT ^^?^cJfT5LjgIHE5l FQ^ PWEPIANPER BROS. VWSJ ?5 "" ANOTHER tremendous lot of those famous Kahn-Dreyfus Suits & Overcoats Go on Sale Today at 3Q fo) 40 % RedUCtiOllS Absolutely the most extraordinary opportunity to save on your winter outfit we've ever offered This wonderful assortment of values for the well dressed man has arrived just in time for the cold sr p] Hundreds of Blues, Browns, Grays, Greens, Tans and Mixed Shades of the very best materials obtainable, made up in the season's very latest styles,?suits that would cost anywhere from $\0 to $15 more elsewhere. 25--$35 Judging from the way men snapped up our last shipment of these famous suits, you'd better hurry down today if you want the pick! Overcoats If you're the sort of man who appreciates real, honest-to Kelly class in your overcoat?just step in and see these! They're the kind New Yorkers are paying all the way from $35 to $50 for?and you can't duplicate them anywhere else in town for our prices! 0-$25-$30 Worth $45 Racial Eqaat?ty WiD Be Pressed In League, Says Japanese Leader TOKTO, Oct. St.? Vlecount ?.'chide, foreign miniater of Japan, declarea that Japan would lnalat upon recognition of race equality in the ? .(-??; ue of Nations. "Under the league the Japaneee will be pledged to fight aide by aide with the aoldlers of other natlone," ?aid the vlecount. "How can we expect them to do that if they know that in the countries from which thoae other aoldiera come Japanese are discriminated against and treated as inferiore? "Immigration, we admit to be a matter at time? for internal de termination, but we inaiat that Japan everywhere within the countries ?G the league be given the treatment accorded to other nationals." NEW DAYLIGHT UW FOR D.C. PROPOSED ? daylight aavlng law. similar to the one recently repealed, ie proposed for the Dlatrict of Columbia, In a bill introduced in tfte Senate today by Senator Henderson of Weet Vir ginia, member of the District Com mittee. The bills is aa follows: "At 2 o'clock a. m., of the last Sun day in March of each year, the atand ard time in the Dlatrict of Columbia shall be advanced one hour; and at 2 o'clock a. mfl, of the laat Sunday In October in each year, the standard time in the Dlatrict of Columbia shall, by the retarding of one hour, be re turned to the mean astronomical time of the degree of longitude governing the District of Columbia, so that be tween the last Sunday in March, at 2 o'clock a. m . and the last Sunday in October, at 2 o'clock a. m.. in each year, the standard time in the Dis trict of Columbia aha.ll be one hour in advance of the mean aatronomical time of the degree of longitude gov erning the first aone, aa established under the provision* of the act en titled 'An Act to Save Daylight and to Provide Standard Time for the U. 8.,' approved March 1?, 1918." The bill waa referred to the Dla trict Committee. SINN FEIN AGAIN DEFIES BRITAIN d Parliament Meets Despite Proclamation Forbidding Gathering. DUBLIN. Oct. Si.?The Sinn Fein parliament met Wednesday in direct defiance of the government procla mation. The gathering being Illegal. the Irlah papera are forbidden to mention it. A report circulated by the Sinn Felnera aay that a national inapec tor of fisheries will be appointed; that a civil aervlce acheme la being arranged to embrace all local officer?, and alao that national arbitrati m courta and labor conciliation bodies will be formed. "Estimates for the coming finan cial period," the report adds, "wer*?, laid before the houae and the neces sary votea of credit adopted." The alx member? for Dublin have sent to the American consul a copy of alleged lnatruuctlons for searching the effects of American seamen. RACES 3,000 MILES IN AUTO TO FUNERAL Nevada 8on Speeds Toward New York to Bnry Father There Saturday. NEW TORK, Oct. 31.?Arthur See. eon o? John H. See, of Tarrytown, ia driving 3,000 milea to attend his father's funeral. People have en gaged apecial trains for auch occa siona, but It la probably the first time in thia country that any man haa attempted to drive 3,000 miles by automobile for this pie/pose. See la a garage owner In Ely, Nev. His father died laat Monday morning an# word was wired to him. He replied that he waa starting at once by automobile and expected to qeach Tarrytown by Sunday morning. He will lvave to average nearly fifty milea an hour to do it. He la bring ing his wife and child with him. See was an old Maxwell driver and drove in one of the Vanderbilt cup races. I Instant relief! Rub pain, sore ness and stiffness from your back with "St. lacobs Liniment." Kidneys cause backache? No! They have no n?rvea, therefore can not cause pain. Listen! Your back ache ia caused by lumbago, sciatica or a strain, and the quickest relief la soothing, penetrating "St. Jacob? Liniment.'' Kub it right on the ache or tender apot, and instantly the pain, soreness, stiffness and lame ness disappears. Don't stay crip pled! Get a small trial bottle ot "St. Jacobs I^ivt.-aent" from your druggist and limber up. A moment after it is applied you'll wonder what became of the backache, sci atica or lumbago pain. "St. Jacobs Liniment" atops any pain at once. It Is harmless and doesn't burn or dis color the'skin. It's the only application to rub in a eveak. lame or painful back, or for lumbago, st fatica, n??uralgia, rheu matism, sprains M a strain. MAINE STILL SELLS "CHAIN LIGHTNING'' Dry Law Has Little Effect On Thirtty Soul? in Pine Tree State. NEW YORK. Oct. II.?In Bangor Maine, a man with a thirat ha* his' choice between one-half of 1 per cent beer and whiskey, real or imitation, ?ays a dispatch from Bangor. printed today In the New Tork World. There is nothing to between, no way sta tions. As one bartender pot* it, "yosj have your pick between suds and shocks." Those who would squander but a dime take the 'sude'? and try to lm- | agine that they have had a drink of ?beer. Those who are reckless of ex? pense put up 38 or 40 oents and get something that makes th? world seem brighter, even If it does burn all th? way to the bootheels. Local stocks of whiskey are run ning a trino low this week, but wltfe plenty of Canadian stuff coining In over the northern and eastern bor ders there seems no chanco of a kill ing drought unless a strong standing army is strung out along the frontier. Last night Governor Mllliken ?seat an order to all ?herlfl* te enforce th* )*w ?gainst all beverage* oontatrlng over one-half of 1 per cent or aleono" Thl? cr*eat?*d no stir Thing? go alone a* usual except thai '.h* saloon keeper* **y that they hfev* gotten rio ol all their t.*& stuff and are dishing out the weaker fluid in it* place. M*in* ?till In Main* and there ar* plenty of ?till* la Maine. One was captured In Enneld thl* week. Traen, there i* Canada, onoe Our Lady of the Snows, now Our Neighbor of th* Boose. (Maine adopted prohibition In IMI and put It Into th* constitution la UN,) PLAN TO ADD BIG ANNEX TO CHASTLETON APARTMENTS Through a deal Ju?t consummated by the F. H. Smith Co.. the Chaeti? ton apartment?, now under conetruc tion at Sixteenth and R street*, will b? ?alargad by th? addition of an annex. Th? ann?x will be eight stori?? high, and of th* same archi?.??turai design m? the main building. 8 W. Straus ?\ Co., of New York flnanc?d the transaction. When ?om plat?d th? Chastloton will b* the largest apartment In Washington. Tt will contain 1.000 room?, and th? total valuation will be approximately, 3.000.000. Lift off Corns! in't hurt a bit and F: costs only ? few ?ay hard corn, ?oft rora or cors tweon th* toe?, and th? hard ?k*?< caJluM* from bottom of *??? A tiny botti? of ?TrsMsanD?? coot? llttl* at *ny drug stor?. apply a f?*? ?trop* upon th* corn or calla? lav stantiy it ?top? hurting th?? ?hortr**. you lift that bothersome com or callus right off root and all n-lthosJl one bit or p*ia or soraoMi Trraiw! No humbug: Hirsh's Shoe Stores, 1026-28 lih St. N. W. Bring the Youngsters to Hirsh's Tomorrow 5 to get the greatest values in shoes for young folks that you'll find in all Washing ton. We've made extensive preparations?you'll find shoes for boys and girls at what we are positive are the lowest prices in Washington. This sale oners reali} Wonderful Values in School Footwear Boys9 Mahog- Misses9 and any Children9s Tan Shoes Lace and English Lace Shoes. Sturdy ahoes that will wear well and arc very good looking. Just look at these '"Sizes 9 to 13*.$2.95 Sizes 1 to 2.$3.45 Sizes 2* to 5*.$3.85 < Boys9 Gun Metal Lace Shoes English Lace Shoea Fine good looking shoes. Tou should t?uy two pairs at these exceptionally low prices. Sizes 9 to 13*.$2.95 Button Shoes Oun Metal button and laaa ahne? Tgh rut models Smart style* and cur ftr-at qvatSt?. ) r< daily priced for tomorrow's ?< ' L.* Sizes 5 to 8.$2.65 Sizes 8 i to 1 uzee 114 to 1 Sizes 1 to 2. Sizes 2* to 5* $3.45 $3.65 Famous Storm Fighter The greatest shoe value in the city. Heavy ex tension sole, long uppers, with two brasa buckle straps, bellows tongue. Almost Impossible to wear them out. SPECIAL Sizes 9 to 13*.$3.45 Sizes 1 to 5*....... $3.85 Misses9 and Children's Natural Shap? Shoes Mahogaay tan English and natural shape lace ahoea. Straight tip? and wlag tips Extraordinary value?. Sizes 5 to 8. $2.65 Sizes 8* to 1 1. $2.95 Sizes 11* to 2. $3 45 Misses' and Children'? Patent Colt. Kid and Cloth Tops, hirh-cet lacr and button shoes, tips and plain toe*. Natural ?hap? last. Exceptional values at $2.95 Misses' and Children's Oun metal kid and cloth tope, lugh-cut lace and button ahoea. Plain toes and tipa. Extra big values at $2.95 Little Boys' Natural shape last, gun metal aad tan lace ahoea. Strongly made to withstand hard uaagc. Exception?! value. Sizes 9 to 13*.$2.95 These Specials lor Tomorrow's Sellinq Only Come Early Out of the High Rent District SHOESTORES ?026-2?-?2> SX N\f ? complete line vf anal famnuS Dr. Pot nefs scientifically con structed cnMc brace and dress shots for children.