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?Think of All the Misguided Dys
peptics Who Refuse the
Good Things to Eat for Fear
of Indigestion, No Trouble
Like That If You Follow
Meals With Stuart's Dys
Lay a slice of broiled ham on al
white plate with a couple of nicely [
fried eggs and there you hav? a
picture Saluta the autocrat of the
But. you say, I can't eat ham and
?they don't agree. Thla la t_
aort of prejudice a host of people
have against many of the most
tempting dishes, people who have
just as much troubla with a glass
of milk or oatmeal as they do with
fried oniona Try eating what you
;ike and follow your meal with a
Stuart s Dyspepsia Tablet to relieve
possible ga_uness, rumbling?, drow
i:n? s, sour risings, heartburn.
water brash, and the "stuffy" feel
ing after eating. These Tablets con
tain harmless ; ? gradients that act
Vt_ an alkaline effect Just aa the
stnm-j-h doe? when <t la perfectly
Many physicians prescribe them
?or indigestion, dyspepsia and other
rMgesfve dlsoredrs. aa they are sold
tn all drug storea everywhere In the
United Statea and Canada. The
druggist recommend* them aa
among his. steady staples for they
really give relief and are highly ap
Drinking a Glass
of Hot Water is
a Splendid Habit
Cita fise and rweetan the ry?
terr? each morning and wast?
avr?y poisonous, stagnant
Those of us who are accustomed
to feel dull and heavy when w?
arise; splitting headache, stuffy
from a cold, foul tongue, nasty
breath, acid stomach, lame back, can,
instead, both look and feel aa fresh
aa a dalay always by washing the
poisons and toxina from the body
with phosphattd hot water each
nor ? ing.
W? aixou Id drink, before break
fast, a glaaa of hot water with al
Uraspo ? ful of limestone phosphate|
ia it to flush from tbe stomach, liv
er, kidneys and bowels the previoua
day's indigestible waste, sour bile
and poisonous toxina; thua cleansing,
sweetening and purifying the entire
alimentary tract before eating more
The aetioti of limestone phosphate
and hot ?rater on an empty stomach
la wonderfully invigorating. It cleans
out all the sour fermentations,
gase*, waste and ac.dity and .fives
on? a fine appetite for breakfast. A
quarter pound of limestone Phos
phate coats very little at the drugl
store, bat i? enough to make anyone |
who Is bothered with biliousness,
constipation, stomach troi. tie or|
rheumatism an enthusiast on inter
nal san Ita tion.
KIDNEYS. USE SALTS
If your Back hurts or Bladder
Bothers, drink lots of
When your kidneys hurt and vour
l?eck feels sore, don't get ?care?] and
proceed to load your stomach w , rli a
lot of drugs that excite the kidn. ye
and irritate the entire urinary tract.
Keep your kidneya clean like vou
he?*? your bowels clean, by flush
ing them with a mild, harmless salta
which removes the body's unnous
waste and stimulatea them to their
normal activity. The function of
th? kidneya ia to filter the blood. In
24 hours they strain from it 500
graina of ac.d and waate. so we can
readily understand the vltaj im
portance of keeping the kidneys ac
Drtnk lots of water?you can't
drink too much; also get from any
pharmacist about four ouncea of
Jad aa its, take a teaspoonful in a
glass of water, before breakfast each
morning for a few days and your
kidneys will act fine. This famous
salts is made from the acid of grapes
aad lemon Juice, combined with
lithla. and haa bean uaed for genera
tions to claan and atimulate clogged
kidneya; alao to neutralize the acids
in urine so It no longer le a source
of irrit?t??, thua ending bladder
Jad Bait? la inexpensive; cannot
injure; malees a delightful efferves
cent lithia-water drink which every
one should take now and then to
keep their kidneya clean and active
Try thia, also keep up the water
drinking, and no doubt you will
wonder what became of your kid
ney trouble aad backache.
316 Ninth St. N. W.
aia??? LaMirk <??*, ?t Co J ??a??t
gaa*?al nimmer, S ?. S f M.
Dimmer, It A. M. t? * p. H.
PAY FROM SOVIET
??Ambassador" Admits Employ
ing Former Collector of New
York Port as Special Agent.
N_W TORK. Not. 2?.?Dudley Field
Melone, former collector of the? Port
of New Tork, waa a "special agent" of
the Soviet government of Russia, In
plana to purchase $9.500.000 worth of
boots, meats and chemicals here, ac
cording to Ludwig C. A K. Martens,
who styles himself ambassador for
Martens told the joint legislative
?committee Investigating radical activi
ties he paid Melone $1,000 on Septem
ber 12. He aald thia was for advice
In trying to arrange the proposed
shipment. Malon-e was not a regular
counsel for the Soviet bureau, he said.
Martens denied he knew that Melone
had formed or was forming "a corpora
tion" to do business with Soviet Rus
sia, and said hla "embassy" was not
specifically interested in such an or
ganisation. He did not know, he said,
that Melone "had been speaking in
behalf of the ?Soviet government of
Russia" either before or after he paid
him $1,000, be said, and denied he
and Malone had apoken from the same
platform in Madison Square Garden
here last June.
Haa Had -??,??? t? Spend.
Martens said sin?? April he had re
ceived about $90,000 for his use here,
all from the Soviet government. No
contributions had been solicited from
any other source, he said. Couriers
brought aa much as $20,000 at a time
in secret, he said, and carried back
correspondence the same way. He re
fused to tell how they came and went,
who they were or where they could
be found. He claimed the privileges
accorded a recognised diplomatic rep
resentative in this, and declined to
produce official communications or di
vulge official instructions received o?
reports made between the Soviet ana
Confronted by bla check books,
seized in raids on hi? headquarters
here some time ago, Martens admit
ted receipt of a Stockholm, Sweden,
draft for $4,000, which he deposited
November 1. He refused to say from
whom he received It or what it was
for. He acknowledged a $1,000 check
to his order, deposited in a local bank,
aa a "loan from Dr. Mlsleg, of New
York." He said the doctor had ad
vanced his $2.500, of which he had
paid back $1,000.
Claims Many Frirnda Here.
Martens said he had many friends
who would give him "tena of thou
sands of dollars" if he wanted it.
Later he said he could not give theli
names, as he meant friends of the
cause of Soviet Russia whom he had
never approached for money and who
had not specifically offered It.
Martens asserted in reply to ques
tions by Attorney General Newton
that 25 per cent of his activities here
are devoted to propaganda for recog
nition of the Russian Soviet govern
ment by the United State* or "pub
licity work to impress upon the
American people that the Russian
soviet form of government Is desir
Martens admitted having a branch
office In Detroit, in charge* of a Dr.
Rovin. which has been established for
the last four or five months, with a
small force of workers.
The reason for this subbureau. Mar
tens said, was because of plans look
ing toward the purchase of motor
For a few cents you can save
your hair and double
To stop falling hair at once and
eld th?j scalp of every particle of
dandruff, get a small bottle of de
lightful "Danderine" at any drug
or toilet counter for a few cents.
pour a little in your hand and rub
tt into the scalp. After several ap
plications the hair usually stops corn
mg out and you can't find any dan
druff. Help your hair grow strong,
thick and long and become soft,
glossy and twice as beautiful and
BEST FOR COLDS
Doctor Now Pre-jcribe?? Calotab?,
the Hunfied Calomel Tableta
That Are Naus<.alei<s,
Safe and Sure.
Doctora are warning the public that
simple colds and mild cases of Influ
enza often lead to pneumanla and
other serious complications. They say
that every cold should receive im
mediate attention and that the flrst
step tn the treatment is to make sura
that the liver la active. For this pur
pose Calotabs, the perfected, nausea
leas calomel tablets ar? the surest,
best and most agreeable laxative.
One Calotab at bed time with a swal
low of water?that's all, no salts, no
nausea, and no upsetting of tbe diges
tion and appetite. Next morning your
cold has vanished, your liver is active,
your system la purified and refreshed
and you are feeling One wit.i a hearty
appetite for breakfast. Eat what you
For your protection, Calotabs are
sold only in original sealed packages,
price thirty-Ove cents. All drugglstj
recommend and guarantee Calotab?
and are authorised u> refund the prie*
if you are not delighted with ?he*?i
Mrs. Tom Thumb Dead;
Last of Barnum's Stars
Coantess Magri (Mrs. Tom Thumb) and Her Husband, Count _a-**ri.
Noted Midget. Famous Over Whole World,
Passes Away At Her Home in Massachu
setts At the Age of ?Seventy-Seven.
The last of the clrcns celebrities
of the golden age of Phineas T. Bar
num?the one who was, next to the
white elephant from Siam, the great
est of them all?is dead.
The Countess Magri, known aa
Mrs. Tom Thumb to several genera
tions of American kiddles as the pre
mier dwarf of the "side show," passed
away at her home, In Mlddleboro,
Mass., yesterday after a long illness.
-She was seventy-sevea years old.
The countess was only thirty-two
inches high. She was a globe-trotter,
a performer who managed to interest
the American public In her dlmlnu
tiveness for more than sixty years,
and a little pepper-box of energy. She
was one of Barnum's pet attractions
until he died, and she has never had
any successor In her particular spe
cialty, which was tnat*of being funny
feminin?-), talkative, vain, like a "reg
ular woman," despite the fact that she
was less than three feet high.
Brenn Core??? at Sixteen.
She began her show career when
sixteen years of age. While on one
of her flying trips with Barnum
she met a dwarf named Stratton,
whom Queen Victoria had christened
"General Tom Thumb," and the pair
were married !n Grace Church, New
York, in 1862. Thus began the famous
partnership, which continued for
Two years after Tom Thumb's
death, while traveling In Europe, she
met a famous Italian dwarf. Count
cars and tractors for the Soviet. He
had "negotiated" with the Ford Motor
Company, but had not actually bought
anything there, he said. He admit
ted that he "knew all the time" that
he could not ship anything in large
amounts to Russia.
CRIPPLED ARGONNE HERO
QUITS HOSPITAL TO WED
Sergt. Charles Rantsch Marries Girl
He Promised Before
NEW TORK, Nov. 26.?Charles
m antsch, twenty-seven, of Brooklyn,
a ciippled veteran of the world war,
and Miss Ethel Mahler, twenty-five,
of Brooklyn, were married laat night
at his home.
Rantsch was seated in a wheel chair
as the Rev. Ira Henderson, assistant
pastor of Plymouth Church performed
When young Rantsch, who ?s still
undergoing treatment for a ihattered
thigh bone at the Fox Hills Hospital,
ceiled for France in the fall of 1917 as
a member of the 305th Infantry, he
piomised Miss Mahler he would wed
Ler as soon as he returned.
In the Argonne Forest a machine
gun bullet tore away three inches of
ore of his thigh bones. He was taken
to a base hospital and last March hb
??.ax brought back to New York.
Yesterday, it being his mother's
birthday, he obtained a leave cf ab
sence and was taken to his home in
an automobile. The minister was
-ummoned and very soon a double
event was celebrated. The physician.?
b'lieve Sergt. Rantsch will be cble to
rove about unassisted within eight
MAKING GRAPE WINE
NEW INDOOR SPORT
Wine making ts becoming a "home
industry," officials of the Department
of Agriculture assert. Grapes that
formerly went from the viney ard di
rect to the wine press choose a dif
ferent route under the Volstead pro
hibition act, but eventually reach the
This Is seen in the heavy lnc.ra.se
in grape shipments during this sea
son. In northern and central Cali
fornia shipments have been practical
ly doubled, and increases also are
seen from other grape growing dis
tricts. Officials aay the grapes have
gone to the retail trade of large East
ern cities, such aa New York and
Boston, where they are purchased by
foreigners accustomed to the use of
wine. Whether the home proce??,
producers anything stronger than
one-half of 1 per cent the department
does not attempt to say.
California ? thla year has shlppe ?
21,360 carloads, compared with abou.
16,000 for the entire twelve months
last year. Damaged fruit Is perfectly
good for the home stili?
SOLVE HELP PROBLEM.
A serious effort to solve the prob
lem of domestic services for their
members will be made by the House
keepers' Alliance, It was decided at a
recent meeting of the executive board.
Miss Belle Ellis, 2319 Eighteenth
Primo Magri, to whom she was mar
ried shortly afterward.
Soon after \fjieir wedding the
count and countess decided to quit
the circus life. They formed their
own company and continued to travel
all over the world under their own
management. Ten years ago the
health of the countess began to fall
her and she retired with her hus
band, to Middleboro, a quaint old
town on the Cape Cod peninsula,
where they established a little store
for tourists called "Primo's Castle,"
where they sold all sorts of mementos
to their customers.
Knew Many Presidenta.
The Countess Magri shook hands
with every President of the United
Ctates since the days of Elncoln, with
the exceptions of Wilson and Roose
velt. She was immensely proud of
her friendship with various ? erson
cges, including the "crowned heads"
of Europe, and was always ready to
talk about the palmy days when
youngsters and their elders flocked to
see her in all parts of the globe.
She had a large number of friends
In Washington, including Mrs. L. A.
Taught, of 19 Fifth street southeast,
and In 1915 she planned to visit the
city to see the White House once more
and meet the President and Mrs. Wll
son. She was a descendant of Richard
Warren, who came to America In the
Mayflower; but, curiously, there were
nc other dwarfs In the family history
with the exception of her sister, who
vas not much larger than she waa
street northwest, was appointed refer
ence secretary. She will give in
formation to members about assist
ance needed In the home by the hour
and by the day.
Beautiful Christmas Gift
$40.00 Value $24.50
Quality Jewelry Co.
438 9th St. N. W.
.Liver ?and Bowels
There's one right way to spe-edily tone
up the liver and keep
the bowels regular
Liver PUls never
that there is
good for bil
iousness, ?ndig***tion, headache or sal
low, pimply skin. Purely vegetable.
Sa-all ra-S-au?l Pose ____? Price
DR. OUnnrS IRON PILLS, Nature's
great nerve and blood tonic for
Anemia. Rae-amatism, Ser-amseess,
Steeplessaess and Female WeaJamaa.
Stati?? au! Ikst ilssils-e /&****-****&
?I you sre not strong or me*.
you owe it to yourself to make
tbe following test: see how long
you can work or how far yoo can
wslk without becoming tired.
Next take two five grain tablet?
of NUXATED IRON three
times per day lor two weeks.
Then test your strength again
and tee how mach you have
gained. Many people bave made
this test and have been aston
ished at their increased strength.
endurance and energy Nuxated
Iron it guaranteed to give satis
faction or money refunded. At
all good druggists.
? t__ you
asm ass the :
Obtain New ulfe by Talcing
Resturt lost nerv? fore?, creatine new
Ufa Improvement come? to stay, asaran?
teed free ?i ore? Chloral, Cocaine, Morphin?
?r other narcotic drug-?. Writ? for booklet.
Each i?''kiii contains 30 days' treatment
by mall tt. C. H. Howill? A Co., ??
Church St.. New Tork. Sold by People-?
S I res Staves as? oiser leadles "
Baltimore Plans to Train Way
ward Youth as Merchant Ma
rine Petty Officers.
BALTIMORE. Nov . 26.?There is
every prospect that it is only a matter
of a short time when Baltimore will
have a training school ship for way
ward boys. Backed by a committee
composed of some of the most influ
ential men of the city, William McK.
Brittain, manager of the Export and
Import Board of Trade, has prepared
a bill which he and his associates will
carry before the legislature and fight
to obtain Its enactment.
The project, if successfol, will mean
something new for Baltimore in the
way of traini-ig boys whose restless
temper: mente render them unfit as
students in the ordinary schools or as
Inmates of the usual institutions for
In fact, the ship, aa plann?? by
Mr. Brittain. will be unique In this
country. New York and Boston now
have training ships and Philadelphia
formerly had one, bot they were for
boya of sixteen years old or over and
were designed to train officers for
the merchant marine. The Baltimore
ship will take boya from twelve to
sixteen years old, whom It will fit
for positions as petty officers in the
It is planned to fit np a vessel large
enough to accommodate 400 boys and
a corps of thlrt* Instructors. It will
be designed to take the place of an
entire achool or reformatory, and Mr.
Brittain believes that its expenses
will not be any greater than those of
such aa institution on land.
YORK THEATER TO BE
OPEN TO PUBLIC TODAY
A new addition to the list of first
class motion picture theaters in oper
ation in the Capital will be made to
night when Harry M. Crandall will
open to the public for the first time
the York Theater, on Georgia avenue
at Quebec street northwest.
The York is the eighth house in the
chain of Crandall theaters In Wash
ington. The inaugural performance
will begin at 6:30 o'clock, tbe doors
opening a half hour in advance of that
lime, at ?. Presentations of the elab
orate program arranged for the dedi
ation of the handsome new playhouse
will be continuous from opening, at
6:30, to closing, at 11 p. m.
The York is of latest theater de
sign, with a seating capacity of 1,000
on one floor. There is no balcony,
but spacious restrooms and ample
promenades are a feature of the floor
of rare beauty and charm at Gl'DFS, 1 ? 4
14th and Park Road
Don't Miss the
A Whirlwind of Fun.
Smoking per?I?ad. Wr?tiins Thar, nlgnta.
Dance at Central Coliseum
Pa. Ave. aod ?tb St. X. \V.
Benefit of St. ?Joseph's Orphan
Thanksfrivin-f Evening, Nor. 27
Ticketa, 50 Cent?
NAVY PAY BOOST IS
VOTED BY COMMITTEE
Bill Increasin-r Pay Roll By Ten
Millions Expected To Paae
The navy personnel has been voted
allowances and pa> Increases by the
special subcommittee of the House
Naval Affairs Committee which .haa
inveutigated living costs In the navy
It is expected that the full commit
tee will approve the action taken by
the subcommittee, and that _? In
creased pay bill will be put through
the House early In December.
The new pay schedule provides In
creased allowances of from $5? to |7J
per month for officers above the
grade of ?? ptain; 15 per cent pay and
allowance Increase for officers of the
grade of captain and below; 50 per
cent increase for chief petty officers
and enlisted men, exclusive of flrst
year enlistments. This schedule is to
be effective fro.ri approval by Con
gress and to remain effective until
July 1. 1921. ,
It Is estimated the new pay sched
ule will increase the navy pay rolls
about ?10,000.000 a year. No appro
priation is said to be necessary, as
moneys already authorised will meet
the Increases. Th, navy appropria
tion bill for 1918-20 provided pay for
a navy personnel of 250.000 reduced
gradually to 170.000, and the navy I
personnel is now only about 100.000.
WALES SAILS FOR HOME.
HALTFAX, Nova i*cotla. Nov. 26 ?
The Prince of Wales sailed for home
vesterday on the battle crulier i;e
nown, which brought him to the New
"Mr?t?a Mesara. Stoben
?. ?. Frace? Offer?
A New Toree C oaa oar
"MY LADY FRIENDS"
wb_-7k 1 "??? UriPQwi rsp-U" ? gg
?*0_a?at?G TONIGHT at -.??0.
A. H. WOODS Pr??-nts
The Sucee_ful Farce ComtSy
"Besiness Before Pieisore"
Pot a? h atad Perlsantter ta the
Tfext WeA?Seat? Tanradt??.
Retara af Gay, C? Idei?, (.loriot?
The Most Popular and Successful MuM
cal Play in the History of the Stage,
with William Norria, Carolyn Thom
son Melvin Stok??s and all the Dear.
Delightful Dancin?*? Girls in Fashion's
Frock? of Four Generations.
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u ? rrj?**f? v>?*??i?? aTTootj.Tnj.tjj
Stata. Thank?giving V*j.?Sat.
The Melodrama of Mystery,
Marriajce and Murder
COM. NEXT SIXDAY ????.
William Harris, Jr., Makes
Fire? Ameraran Prraeatatioa of
?th? Most Widely litar t_?e<J
riay In the EnglUh-Speaklag
ITIAI1I TONIGHT, 8_0
j HI I UN AL Thuri ? Mat? ?Sat.
? THE EO. WYRR CAI? .VAL
A Musical Ri-vue
With ED. WYNN
AND A WYNN-1NG ?THORPS.
XEXT WEEK-OTIS SKINNER
The Famous Ra?.?*l?n
Second < onrert Tee Star tSerlea.
Tickets. *?-*.????. fl.50. ?1.00. of?ce of T.
Arthur ?_ilh. 13t)6 O st.
ABUstatsis ? AMUSESENTa
MAT'S BEST ATT?ACTIOISI
i~ WSSBI-4JGTO.VS foremost
? J| CtftlMU'S F ST. AT IOTI A|
today ajr/D wamst? -rsacK
la a Meas--?-, ?!?-.,.,.,-*,. ? n, SrttS-sr
? '?? Ptaera's Flam Play?
'THE BAY LORD QUEX'
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a ?? ".A_?fl'u>w IHK? ?- ?tcher
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KXTRA HOLIDAY HAT. THIRIDAT AT 2*M
8 Brass Band?SKATING?Twlea DaMy %
l Don't Miss MCLELLAND TIN?
WORLD?? GREATEST FARCY AWD TRJC"K ?KA*-rassU _
? IN WASHINGTON'S ONLY RINK AND AMERICA'S ?IBSst-I ?
? ALL THIS WEIh-TSUE DAILY?SiSS ANY) ?tSS *^H
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? The Coliseum *-**-??
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ThankaQhrit?? tss Parly la Ceat* ai?? Imi Hata*
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your m*w^mWmmmm'me__wmmm,m**_m Alm
ONLY ONE PLACE AND THAT THE FINEST
Greater Penn Gardens !?*?**
Aatricas G?** Hem Nlaat-Hrarf IsfiastJ I It to 12
lan'isaia, lfni? a. m?11 p. aa.
LAST TIMES TODAY
"THE INVISIBLE BOH"
BEG. TOMORROW ? 3 DATS
In -THE GI.ORIOI S LADT"
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TODAY AND ALL WEEK
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tive??.. Other *?".tt* HK?.
Don't Forget Six!h Annoti Du.ce
l,hi?R by the -?orlai club ?. ?. ?..
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Ticket?, SOc. Jaas Orvheatra
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John Eroerson-Anlta Lsx*e Pre
ci uct ion Adapt?e! Gt-?p? (Tljrtle
Fitch's "The Bachelor"
Overture Short 8_b>a?cts
RIALTO LOCAL RjrVtBTBT
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KITtfTR AT D.
11 A.M.?ALL ?????tl P.
Frotr, "Marcene" b7
LEWIS J. CODY *n?
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11 A.M.?ALL WEEK?11 TJ?.
Presentation Continued by
Cecil B. De Mule's
Glur.t Swanson I_ls
The ?<*. -e Robert?
And Or??t aU-Su_" ?"aat
A rarem on ? t-Art craft
?% Pasea on 3. M Harne's
-TL* Admirable Crichton**
Take a Tip Straight and Head for the
PLAYING TONIGHT AND THE REST OF THE WEEK
Barney Gerard's Sensation
FOLLIES OF THE DAY
EVELYN IT NMNGHAM
GEO. F. HAYEJ
SUPPORTED BY 18 BEAUTIES AND THESE JOY-BIRDS
HARRY (E) WELCH m GEO. F. HAYES
Presented ?? two aerea mini farces
A show tbe ladies will like
New soirs? New ?ekes?lew costo
Breaking tbe record it treks last season