Newspaper Page Text
CHILEAN ENVOY GOES HOME.
BUENOS AIRE.**. Nov. 25.-? Dis patches from Santiago announce the resignation of the Chilean minister to Japan. Francisco Rivas Vicu?a. In connection with tr? -? ?ntly reported destruction by fire at Shmagawa, JajMiL. of a shipload of arms acquired in Japan for Ch.le. ^_\ 4a?ae fer alt??all fer aae. J??" tke U? C Ort-aaliei dtlseaahl?? t*l"T. Heat Eases Pain It redu<*es inflammation and ?Mat ters congestion. There is more concentrated, non Mistering heat in a box of Bery's Mustarine than in any box the same ?ri*? anywhere. That's whfg* some oeople call it the triple extra? of heat. But it caa not blister. BfGY'S MUSTARINE is the world's quickest pain killer, and contains real yellow mustard. Use it to end Chest Colds. Sore Throat and Pleurisy?overnisrht. Rob it on when you want Neural gia, Neuritis and Lumbago to promptly disappear. Use it for Sprain-, Strains. Swelling*?, Soreness, Stiff Joints and Meek. Always in the yellow box. Money back if not as advertised-30 and 60 cents. S. C. Wells & Co* LeRoy. ?. Y. NEW METHOD KEEPS GAS METERS HONEST Nehemiah Andrews Has Invention To Keep Tab On Cor porations. ATLANTIC CITY. Nov. 25.?Nehe miah Andres??, city clerk of Pleas antvllle, N. J.. is working on a bill to make the job of reading a g a* meter?and an electric or water m?t?r, for that matter?so simple that anyone can do it. And ne and his friends In Fleasantvtlle hope to find enough supporters to persuad? the State legislature to pass the bill this winter. "Mr. Andr?ws proposes that the meters be made so that after each reading: by the company readers they may be turned back to zero and started all over again. H?* wants 'em ?o si nple that any person who can count can read 'em. Mr. Andrews says: "There is no more reason why a gas meter should keep a continuous r?*e;istration than the corner butch er's scales. What would customers think of a butcher who started with the scales at 23.977 pounds, say, to weijrh the family roast? There would be a riot. But the very same principle is employ?*d by the public service corporations.'' LECTURE ON EDUCATION. "Education" will be the subject of an address by V. P. Wadia, Indian labor leader, before the Theosophical Fraternity on Education, at 121? ? treet northwest, at 4:45 o'clock this ifternoon. _ _ ? I Special Wardrobe Set ?? Nickel-plated 18-in. Extension Car- Q P* ver and four Wishbone Suit Hang- qJ3C ers, complete. TURKEY ROASTERS and Cutlery ? I TS.'Vi ?<&& for Thanksgiving Double Roasters Lisk Enameled Roasters Perfect Seam'ess Roasters Royal Enameled Roasters Aluminum Roasters Covered Iron Roasting Pans, 9KX.4-K .40c" Aluminum Double Boilers, best quality, 1-qt. size $1.25 Pyrex Casserole With nickel-plated frame, with side handles-$325 Pyrex Pie Plate With nickel-plated frame, with side handles.$225 I Barber & Ross llth and G Sts. UTO GOODS ?This Auto Department is a store in itself and is prepared to satisfy your every demand. Automobile Blankets Closely woven, warm and high-grade blo.kets in the newest patterns. Radiator Covers Allen's Special Radiator Cover for Ford, Dodge, or Buick automobiles. ? Automobile Gloves ?Very substantially made and very durable gloves. Big selection. L A. Electric Motor Driven Horns The widest selection of Automobile Horns. In the line will be found a hern suitable for every style and size car. Michigan Auto Tires jive best nile^e BARBER & ROSS 11th and G Streets F Claim Present Conditions Pro hibit Deevlopment of Vast Natural Resources. Consolidation of ?11 administrative ' and governmental authority affecting; Alaska in the Department of the In- | terior and the creation of a special j Alaskan bureau to handle Alaskan , matters, will be pressed at the* next ! session of Congress by the House Territories Committee., At the present time' tho Depart ments of the Interior, Agriculture, and Commerce have jurisdiction, respect ively, over the public lands, forests, and waters of Alaska, with the result there is confusion, conflict, and uncer tainty?conditions which work against instead of encouraging the healthy and proper development of the cotintry. Members of the House committee, including its chairman. Congressman Curry of California, are determined to present legislation to cut red tape and break down departmental barriers against Alaska's progress, and to re peal laws that have proven restrictive to the legitimate development of the vast resources of a practically un known land. T*"**?ee la Fa ?-in?*. One source of irritation is the grip held by the Forestry Bureau of the Department of Agriculture on vast.? forests of soft timber in the panhandle of Alaska. Under a sweeping Execu tive order, hundreds of thousands of acres of timber lands in this section of Alaska were closed to entry and converted into a forest reserve. A humorous feature of this hasty grab after forest lands Is that a mis take was made in Ort? survey, and about -.'0,000 square miles of the Pa cific ocean, some of It outside the three-mile limit, is included In the ! forest reserve. It Is claimed that on this forest re serve there is at least sixteen billion feet of elder and birch, soft-flbred trees, admirably adapted to the manu facture of news print paper. I**ert*??*t"sal r**p*r Sap-sty. These trees mature in fifteen or six teen years in the climate of southern Alaska, where It is foggy with heavy rainfalls, with few snows or frosts, and reforestation is going on con-, stantly. With these forests opened to Amer ican news print manufacturers, says' Mr. Curry, there would be a bountiful supply of print paper for all time, and the existing condition of shortage of pap**r for newspapers and maga zines would be remove?4!. j While the Forestry Bureau Is sell-1 ing some of this timber to Austral'an ' purchasers, says Mr. Curry, conditions surrounding the granting of conces sions to American paper manufatur?. ers have been made prohibitive by the I Forestry Bureau. Within a few years a Pacific coast paper manufacturing concern tried to get such a concession ? as to justify the erection of a plant costing several million dollars, but failed and had to locate in British Columbia. DRINKS POISON ON GOLF LINKS; DIES Yonkers Woman, elieved a Con sumptive, Ends Her Life in Ne-r York. NEW TORK, Nov. 25.?A woman, who was identified after, much diffi culty as Miss Mary Connell, of Yonkers, swallowed the contents of s bottle marked "carbolic acid" near the golf links of Van Cortlandt Park and died before medical assistance could reach her. According to Thomas F. Harney, a park employe, the woman came stag gering toward him from a bench while he was on duty near the Ounhit road and the Van Cortlandt lake. Harney called Patrolman Frank Nlklo. The patrolman summoned Dr. Drake, of Fordham Hospital, who pronounced the woman dead. On the bench was found a small bottle labeled "carbolic acid" and a small sanitary drinking cup. The bottle bore the label of tho Charles Wurster drug store, Yonkers. In the woman's purse was a pre scription for some tablets made out on a blank bearing th?- name of Dr. Walter Timme, New York. The purse also contained $1 67 and a slip of paper on which was written "Connell, River Side Inn. Saranac Lake." Lieutenant Detective Duwaine. who is working on the case, said this was a resort for consumptives. AMBITIOUS MORGUE DRIVER. DOS ANGELES, Nov. 25.?"Huh. I'm not bloodthirsty" brooded Frank Chance, as he opened this letter: "I'm engaged in driving an ambulance and morgue wagon. Any business you can throw my way will be appreci ated." MUSTEROLE-QUICK EIER NO BLISTER! It Soothes ?and Relieves Like a Mustard Plaster Without the Burn or Sting Masterole is a clean, white oint ment, made with tbe oil of mustard. It does all the work of the old-fashioned mustard ps1 aster ? does it better and does not blister. You do not bare to bother with a doth. You simply rub it on?and usually the pain is gone ! Many doctors and nurses use Muster ole and rec?mmend it to their patients. They will gladly tell you what re lie-l it gives from sore throat, bron chitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neu ralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheuma tism, lumbago, pains and aches of th? back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, cMblains, frosted feet, colds of tbe chest (it often prevents pneumonia). 30c and 60c jars; hospital sue $2j0. Us Suggest a "Corby" Fruit Cake the Thanksgiving Dinner Corby Fruit ?Perhaps you have been disappointed in not being able to bake the usual Thanksgiving fruit cake. Still there's no need to deny the folks the fine quality cake you have here tofore served them. "Corby" Fruit Cake will please the en tire family -and win their praise. We recommend "Corby" Fruit Cake as the very best you can demand, and if you will leave your order at our store today or tomorrow our clerk will have the desired size ready for you in a few hours. "Corby" Fruit Cake is too good to miss. Cake Packed ta ?cartons?in 2 sixes. 2-Ib size for. $1.20 4-lb. sise for $2.40 ?Sanitary Butter, Lb 75c Stor-age Eggs, Doz 57c Mixed Nuts, Lb 40c ?Soft-Shefl Walnuts, Lb 45c Soft-Shefl Ahnomis, Lb 45c Our Stores Closed All DayThursday Open Untfl 8-00 P.M. We?neAch-Y This Week's Specials! Silver Label Peu, 2 ?cans for..... 25c 111c 17k French'* Cream Salad Muttard, bottle ?QiC 10c Virginia Sweet Pancake, per pkg 1 % Sun Maid Seeded Raisins, pkg.. Ritter's Pork .and Beans, can Cracker jack?the ??-cent size Snap" Parlor Broom, each. ...... 3#jC Apples? Oranges. Cranberries ?and Celery ALL AT LOWEST PRICES Potatoes Peck .48c Half Peck.25c Quarter Peck.13c J?lue Bell Shoe Peg Corn, can.J 9c "Paris" Brand Sugar Corn, can.J Qq Shriver's A-l Country Gentleman Corn J 5c ?V Blue Ridge Sugar Corn, can. .. .. A?4c "Aeroplane" Wisconsin Peas, can._J 5*r? "Ulikit" ?. Y. Sifted Peas, can...... 17?C Red Creek Sifted Sweet Wrinkled Pea*20c Cam Red Creek Extra Sifted Sweet Wriikled Peas, 22c Cans Jockey Club Wisconsin Peas, can.20c Del Monte Asparagus Tips. ??.???,. 35c Del Monte Green Peeled Asparagus 49c Shriver's Cut Stringless Beans. . ..._15c Regina Yellow Cling Peaches. ......... 35C Silver Lake Beets, No. 2 can. .. .?.*.-,,. . \ Qq Silver Lake Beets, No. 3 can. . .. 20c Del Monte Spinach, No. 2 can.[ Qq Del Monte Spinach, No. 3 can.20c None Such Mince Meat, pkg.J 2zfc Mince Meat, in bulk, per pound. \ Qq GOLD MEDAL FLOUR ?-lb bag.46c 12-Db. bag.90c 241.-Ib. bag.$1.75 ?aV???- .mm"mmm-?seessaaaaaaaBBS-a?anaa HI III Washington Flour 6-b.bag.42c 12-Ib. bag ......... 83c 24-Ib. bag.$1.65 Special on Mayonnaise Royal Brand? 15c tbe.2 for 25c 30c size.2 for 45c Selling Lard in a Modern Sanitary Package Swift'? Silver Leaf Brand 1-lb. Carton. 32^2^ CRISCO 1-lb. can.36c 1 Vt-Ib. can ........ 5^3c 3-Ib. can.$1.05 6-lb. can .?$2.00 Dro-rn-edary Dates, pkf. .21c HIpolite's M. M. Creme. . 25c Curtir? Broa.' Jama.33c Del Monte Jama.?39c ? Pillsbury Pancake Flour Why not try it next time? Youli pronounce it as many already have?The Best Yet! Our Price Per Pkg. . 14c Kelloggs New Bran Food Per Pkg. 17c One Peck Cornmeal 52c NUT MARIGOLD The high quality butter substitute will prove itself to be just what you have been looking for to -rut down the high butter bills. Be sure it's NUT-MARIGOLD, and voull please every one. ONE-POUND o? CARTON.OlC Tma Ulli? la Making a Big Mt At all ?oar stores yoa find these * goons. Particularly win yoa ee! pleased to know that yoa caa.Reti ffi-.aia-.-u iv lunn? uiai. y vu ebb ami ?Slioed Cooked Han in a dossal ??elope in a small quantity just enough to make the sandwiches for the day. V4-B>. Enw-Jope Sload Cooked Ham, for . Dried Beef, roe. 19c 19c ? Turkeys Turkeys Turkeys ? Will Be on Sale at Our STORES LISTED BELOW ONLY Owing to the necessity of quick distribution, we have selected the following stores for the sale of turkeys. Stores NOT listed WILL NOT have turkeys on sale. Sever.nl Thousand Fine Turkeys Will, Be Distributed Tomorrow To Stores Indicated All Fresh-Killed Stock, Positively No Storage Goods. Will Be Governed Entirely By Our Cost Northwest: 1st a Rhode Island Ave. 2d a F Sts. North Capitol & ? Sts. 4th ? M Sts. 1st & H Sts. 1424 7th St. 10th St. & New York Ave. 1634 North Capitol St Georgia Ave. & Upshur St Georgia Ave. a Park Rd. Ga. Ave. a Columbia Rd. 7th St a Florida Ave 10th St a Penna. Ave. 13th a M Sts. 22d St. a Penna. Ave. 20th a ? Sts 20th a ? Sts 15th a ? Sts. 18th a You Sts. 1726 Columbia Rd. Mt. Pleasant a Lamont Sts. 14th a Irving Sts. 14th a V Sts. 14th a Decatur Sts. llth a Kenyon Sts. Georgetown: 3119 M St. 3337 M St. (At Bridge). Wisconsin Ave. a O St Alexandria, Va.: 626 King St. 1229 King St Please Save This List Northeast: 6th a H St 8th a H Sts. 1 1 th a H Sts. 1 5th a H Sts. 3d a A Sts. 13th a D Sts. Southeast: 2d a c sts. 4th a South Carolina Ave. 7th St. a Penna. Are. 8th a Eye Sts. llth a North Carolina Ave, 14th a A Sts. 1340 G St ? Southwest : 7th a D Sts a-'2 a ? sts. Ay2 a ? sts. Uth a Maryland Ave. Suburban: Takoma Park. Tenlevtown. Clarendon. Va. Chevy Chase Langdon. Brookland (Jackson St). Mt. Rainier. Md Anacostia (Good Hope Road.) * Anacostia (2417 NiCatOjyl Ave.) _______