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JAILED AFTER RIOT DENVER. CoU Nov. 23.?Half a dosata members of the I. W. \V. are in Jail hore today following a riot which started when a sailor rf-sented dis tribution of "Red** literature. The sailors attacked Frank Wall, who was distributing booklets, and several -a*e*"***lce men In uniform Joined In the fight. When the police rt-sponded to a riot ?"-all the crowd was wrecking tjie I. W. W. quarters. A wagon lond of llt.rattirs wa? seised. All those arrested carried L W. W. cards. How Old Are You By four Hair? Tou may be thirty in years, but <f ? cu are bald headed, gray, or your *?lr ts dry, britt'e. *-cra*e;ly end ugly-looking, people will surely take jrou to be many year? older. When your hair becomes faded. *\rj. streaked and scraggly. when it falls out badly and n?-v hair cannot ?rrow. the roots ?houli be Immedi ately vitalised and properly nour? labedw To do this quick'y. safely aad st little exp**n.?e, there s noth""e ao affective as Parisian sage (liquid form) which you car. ?ret at P?*opl<'s Drug Stores and all good drug snd toilet counters. It's guarant<*ed to abolish dandruff ??top scalp itch and falline; hvr, ?nd promote a new growth or money re funded. It's in *fr?st lemartn by ?*'?-' cr'.minatlnsr women because it mak?3 the hair so soft, l'istroue. easy to ar range attractive'? and appear heavfer than it really Is. ? massage with Pari?isn sage Is a real drlieht??wv to ????, not ?tu-kv or greasy, end nel-eatelv ->erf,jme?1 ?sn aatlsentl?* 'iqwid '"-? 'rom Han rero'J* lngre-'i.'nfe end ru^ranteed no? to ?aolor th- hair or ?cal?* if you want good looking ha'r and nlenty of it hy all means use Parian sage ?? l't'le atten-ton now he'ps insure utlful hair for y*?ars to come. WORKERS' ILLNESS Vast Sum Lost to Nation Year ly, Surgeon General Says, Urging Drive. Preventable disease cost the United States $4.00? 000.00O less in 1917 than it would had the health condition of twenty years ago prevailed in 1917. Four liundre thousand fewer deaths occurred in 1917 than would have had the 1900 death rate prevailed. Annual illness of workers still cost this country two billion dollars each year. Une man In every three called by the army was found to t*e physically unfit. These ngures were given out today j by Surgeon General Rupert Blue, of ? the United States Public Health Ser vice. In urging a plan for nation wide conservation of health and call ing on ail health agencies to cooper ate in a carefully prepared program. Suaae*?ta Coaferea?-** Her?*'. Surgeon General Blue has sent a letter to State and city health officers, to the head of the American Red Cross, the American Public Health As sociation, the American Medical Asso ciation, the National Tuberculosis As sociation, the International Health Commiidon, the Natioinal Safety Council, the American ChiM Hygiene Association, and other health agen cies, suggestn.g a conference in Wash ington to consider a heaKh prog, am pr? pared by the Public Health Ser vit*?. The Surgeon Generai points out that practically ail of these agencies have under consid? ration some plan of health conservation and that un '?-es the work can be co-ordinated ?nd properly directed, little will be accomplished and there will be much Open Wednesday Till 9 p. m. Buy Your Tr-ankegiving Suit or Overcoat at the Monroe Shop Aod Save at Least $10 Thousands of models to choose from -*?any style?any fabric. Come up and see for yourself. Monroe Clothing Co. 10? and F St?. N. W. Second Floor overlapping of efTort and waste of funds. Local Condltlo?-. It is emphasized that the succea? of the plan will be determined by its direct applicability to the condi tions in the different local communi ties, and for this reason Federal. State and local health officers must co-operate moat closely In order to direct the campaign In each com munity and set a definite objective For Instance, a Southern city would be more interested in a campaign against the mosquito and malaria ; than it would be In Rocky Mountain spotted fever. A Northern industrial city would be more interested in the ? control of pneu nonia and respiratory d'scaaes. All, however, have cancer, ? tuberculosis and venereal diseases: all would be benefited by public | health nursing, medical supervision , of school children, conservation of iives of mothers and children, ade quate sewage disposal, the provision of pure water and pure milk. So. while each city and rural community will have as a definite objective the most vital need in that particular place, the various health agencies wiii have definite objectives accord ing to the particular problem they set for themselves to solve. I .on* Preparation. The health program to be submit ted to the conference haa been In preparation for months. A prelimi nary announcement of the plan was made at New Orleans at the recent meeting of the American Public Health Association. which gave unanimoua Indorse rent. The Public Health Service Is led to believe its health program la feasible because of the success of the extra ranronment work which was carried on by the American Red Cross, State and local health ajithorltles. and the I'nited States Public Health Service For this reason, the American Red Cross, which haa set aside millions of dollars for health work in the United States, has been a-k<?d to take an active part. Ita thousands of local chapters are expected to arou??? and maintain Interest tn health work and activity co-operate with Federal. State and local health officer?. GEN. BLUE LAUDS WORK OF D. C VISITING NURSES Chief of Public Health Serrice Ur-res Foree Be Increased To Fight Disease. Surgeon General Blue of the United States Public Health service today warmly commended the work beine done In Washington by the Instruc tlve Visiting Nurses' Society. Dr. Blue also urged that the force be in creased. "The nurses of the Instruct'?? ? Vis iting Nurse*' Society were an Inval uable part of the city's flghtin* forces against the epidemic of influ enza last year," General Blue said. "Without their tirerais and skillful efforts Washington would have suf fered even more severely than It did Members of the I. V. N. S. staff worked twelve hours or .nore a day, m?kln-*? hundreda of visits to patients ?vho otherwise would have had no nursing at all. "The fact that the I. V. N. S. ? urses are constantly at work In ''ashington. protecting health, dis overWig the ftrst sign of disease and elplng to care for ali kinds of slek nesa, is one of the important factor.? ? the pievention of disease here Washington needs more than sixteen uch women, and I sincerely hope hat the efforts of the I. V. N. S. to btain an additional number will be uccessful." Dr. W. C. Fowler, Health Commis ?loner for the District, said that It ivould be "a calamity If the work of the I. V. N. S. does not grow with he srrowth of the city." The work being done by the L V. V. S. among the foreign born was -mphaet_ed today by the record of Miss Mat-R-aret Purcell. one of the ?urees. who has cared for an even 100 Italian infants In the last year. DISCUSS JAPAN'S WOMEN. Working conditions of women in '-tpan will be discussed at a meetlnj f the Women's Trade Union League it their headquarters, 1423 New York ?venue, this evening The guests will ? e Mrs. T. Tanoka, technical adviser ? the Japanese delegates to the In ternational Labor Conference, and Misa Sesu Goto, a cotton mill worker and adviser to Mrs. Tar.oka. Both will make addressee. The newly or ganized union of Women's Retail Clerks will meet with the league. Indigestion-Gas-Bloat Heartburn-Caused By Acid-Stomach ? to the (?tue of Indigestion, dvspepeia, ?, heartburn, food-repeating, beiching, 7, aoar stomach, and ail the stoma?-h mie _? that brio?-- so mach distress0 Jnet this? ACID-8TOMACH. It rob* millions of their fell ?strength, vitality ?nd the power to enjoy Mia?to be real men and women. It to well known that an acid-month de aff? the teeth. The acid can be detected eaiy 67 a chemical analysis, and still it is H powerful that it eau right through the hard ana mal and cause? the teeth to decav. This ear-lately to fair warning of what Acid-Stomach ?rfil ?? to th? enure system, m a matter of fa?**, Acid-Stomach not only produce? at the ?taf? a great many painful and disagreeable aya-tptome that we generally name "stomach leu?aita," but H to the creator of a long train St eery seri?os ailment?. A cid-Stoni ach in tartaraa with digestion and causes the food to ferment, tbe stomacb get? sour and create? caa, and then this masa of soar, fermented food pasee? into the intestine?, where it be ?otBea the breeding place forali kind? of germ? aad lorie poison?, which in torn are ?beorbed lato tbe blood stream, and in thi? way dis tributed throughout the entire body. The sensible thing to do i? to strike right at ?be rery canse of ail thto trouble and get rid of tbe Acid-Stomach. Ibera to a quick, aaay way to <io thto. ? wonderful new remedy make? it possible to re? move Acid-Stomach without the slightest die comfort. It is called EATONIC, made in the form of tablet??good to eat?just like candy. EATONIC quickly banishes the immediate effect? of Acid-Stomach-bloat, heartburn, belching, food-repeating, indigestion, etc. Also marked improvement of one? general bea.th follows?appetite and digestion are bet ?"**? You enjov Letter eleep. Nervousnes? ?nd.irritability disappear. More than ?500,uOO people in the United at***? have put EATONIC to the test an' <-w from experience that it is all that ieclai. ' for ? iri ?P'e w*1? *?r ye ?re have been ailing; and xl aD(* wno nave tr,ei* th'8' tliat? an" the other remedy in the hope of getting well, have taken EATONIC and were actually astonished *t?t?e, ?Jaick relief ?nd permanent result? ob tained. Surely it will do a? much for you. Try it ?nd f%e. ' ?tore? to EATONIC is for r-.le at pracf.-ally all drag "*?' P-^RKiet? everywhere aie authorired refunOyour money if it does not please you. ??? ?IC QOR YOUR AdDSTOMACH^) EDWARDS BEAT BUGBEE 14,510 ON FINAL COUNT Nt -r Jersey Democrat Wins, Al thoagh Ticket Carries Only 1 Four Counties. TRENTON, N. J? Nov. 25.?Cover nor-elect Edwards, Democrat, defeat ed hla Republican opponent, Newton A. Bugbee, of Trenton, by 15.510 votes. These figures were given out ( today when the State board of can vaasers. sitting with Governor Run yon, approved the official figures sub mitted by Thamos F. Martin, secre tary of state. The totals In the gubernatorial contest for all candidates were as follows: Edwarde, 217.486; Bugbee, 202.976. Farr. Socialist. 11,014; Lane, Prohl bitionist, 6.080; Dltenfass. Single Tax, 1.246; Butterworth. Socialist-Labor. 3.243. The average assembly vote waa as follows: Republican, 208,580; Democrat. 155. t"62; Socialist. 16.340; Single Tax. 3.147; National Prohibition, 8,292. Only four counties were carried bv the Democrats?Essex by S.411; Hud son by 20.623; Warren by 1.555, and Hunterton by 726. TENNESSEE SOCIETY DANCE. A reception and dance will be given by th? Tennessee Society"*Saturday night*-at the New Ebbltt hotel Vaudeville will be a feature. A twenty-one piece orchestra will fur nish the dance music. All soldier In and around Washington from Tennessee are Invited to attend as honorary members. ?????. a "gown of a W thousand mirrors," Mary Garden, noted opera singer arrived in New York several days ago from France. She is on her way to fill an engage ment with the Chicago Opera Company. SOLDIER WAS WED; DIDNT RECALL IT British Tommy, Char-fed With B.*r amy, Tells Judge Stntege Tsle. BRISTOL. England, Not. 28.? Thomas Maynard, said to be the flrst man married without knowing It, was summoned to court here by his wife (hla second wife) charged with de sertion. She told? the court her hua '?and had been convicted on a charge f bigamy. Maynard explained that a wound ??celved at the front In. France caused ? clot of blood to form on the brain, ind he also suffered from shell shock. Vhen convalescing in a hospital ?at Bristol. Maynard told the court, a girl took him out one day for two hours ind married him. "You were married without your knowledge?" asked the Judge. "Tee, and when I waa tried the court said he had never heard of a more "remarkable case." was the an swer. "I was Immediately released after sentence." Maynard was ordered to support hla wife. DENIES NATURALIZATION. NEW TORK. Nov. 28.?The Cana ian Club today denied the authen iclty of a report given out Saturday night as coming from club officiala to the effect a campaign would be started In this country to Induce per manent Canadian residents to become American citizena. It was explain*?' t te naturalization committee here would act merely in an advisory capa city for those Canadians seeking nat uralization. Y. H C A. MAN HURT IN CHINESE RJOTlNfi Natives Also Injured I? C\oomea With Japanese at Say Reports. PEKING, Nov. 25 ?Oorrnun*Dt of ficials here have received word tbat an American Y M. CA. secretary aus many Chines? were injured In racerit fighting between Chinere ?aad Jap anese at Foochow The Japanese consul at Foochow has warned the Chinese authorities that if the boycott against Japanese goods >n not lifted trouble will ensue, for ?vhlch he refuses to assume responsi bility. ? The Japanese version Is that the .Japanese protected a Chinese who was being maltreated by ?everal of his nationals for purchasing Japanese goods. The Chinese government to day pointed out that the man had a legal remedy and that there was no need of Japanese Interference. Natives of Formosa, formerty Chi nese, but claiming Japanese citizen ship since the annexation of th? island, were responsible for the attack on Chinese students In Foochow China. November lft, according tt? ad vices received in Japanese circle-? tn Washington. GUNS AT KIEL SEIfED. BER_TN, Nov. 25?Seventy-eight machine -run?, believed to have been nterned for use In a proposed Pin ".ermanlst uprising, have been dia^ov-/ ?red at Kiel, according to the Lokal Anzeiger today. Authorities have started an investigation. ^??f? ?:*t Rat BbeWUl. ^Zo up to $2,000 All Dl?ASnonds retentadle at fe* price as per wrlttea agrwenent. Quality Jewelry Co? 43S 9th St N. W. ix??*? in sieve S4f rasar pws. Way Make This a Musical Xmas If you will call and select a piano before closing time tonight We Will Make Delivery in Time For Thanksgiying Ar-u-rJcadan.-? Pi Ctttb Buy That Piano or Player-Piano Now! The Prices and Terms Are All in Yonr Favor Your Choice of the Wefl-Krtown Chickering, Behning, Lester, Estey, Marshall & Wendell, Francis Bacon, Cable Nelson and Gulbr arisen ?'" Player-Pianos Christmas is drawing near. Don't wat ani? the last mmote ta select Come now wh'le oar stock is complete. So many people here aiready taken tage of tbe tmasnal terms and pmrilegee extended to oar club mernbers that we yoa to act mmediattly in order to ?acias he insliun-reut of yoe* cboiee, as there be a great ?borta-je of Pianos for tbe holid _y trade. Yoa can arranca for ___m delivery if you choose. Coma tomorro -v sure and inves-gate. Take Advantage ?Sow of Arthur Jordan's Greatest Xmas Player-Piano Club Sale Bead This List of Special Bar-rains Which Can Be Fiad On the Gab ?.?? Not* the Pri-rea. Act at Once?Befors (? tbe Best Bargains Are SolcL Used Player-Pianos Cecilian Player.$195 Weil-Known Player. .$375 Arlington Player.... $335 J. E. Davis Player. . . $295 Haynes Player.$289 Beautiful Player-Piano, Mahogany Case.... $329 Bach & Sons' Player.$365 Used Player.$275 Player-Piano, Good Make.$340 CHRISTMAS CLUB SPECIAL $ IO Makes You a Member Beautiful?Useu 88-Note Mahogany Case PLAYER-PIANO *295 Unus-aa-Iy ?Easy Club T? _/ ReamoTiber, yoa may abo buy any Grand Piano or Upright Piano in our ?tore with same liberal Club advantage?. Just co?under the low prices and terms we are offering in addition to the many Club advantages. Don't let another Xmas go by with out a Piano or Player in the home. Your Old Upright Piano Taken in Exchange on New Player Piano and Full Value Allowed FREE! To Club Members $10 worth of Musk Rolls, Bench to match. Duet Bench with Grand? FREE delivery within 10 miles. Arthur Jordan Piano Co. Open Until 9 P- M. Cor. 13th and G Sts, N. W. HOMER L. ???, Secretary and Treasurer Open Until 9 P? M.