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lAYFLOWER SOCIETY
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
The Society of Mayflower I>-*
S'^endects lajt night elected Senator
I'affe of Vermont as governor at a
meeting at tn- Lafayette Hotel.
Among oth?r bu?!n?js dl*"-uss?*d w?*re
pians for the erection of a memorial
en the old Pilgrim grounds, at Coles
Bui, p:>-u-outb. to <*o*t $25.000.
The extreme hardship? endured by
tries? founders of N'**w Krular.d were
oitllnsd by Mrs. Berths M Rolblna.
The folio-wlag officers were ??lected:
Senator Page, governor; Ernest \V.
Pradford. deputy governor; Frederick
W. MltcJiell, captain: the Tier. John
T. Huddle, elder; Frank H. Briggs,
secretary: Frank Bond, treasurer? Al
gernon A. Asplnwall. historian, and
Dr. Lowern T. Johnson, surgeon.
DINNER FOR ROSSETER.
J. H. Ross-?ter. retiring directo ?
?? the United State?- Shipping Boar:*,
?as honored by a dinner given to nim
at the Khoreharn Hotel lart night.
John Barton Payne, chairman of tlM
board, delivered an address. He "?at
introduced by John 11. Cushlng, ?Ir.
Rosseter's successor.
At -.ha conclusion of speeches bv
John A. Donali, Martin A. (Biles. B.
E. Pelsn and Capt. I. N. H'bbcad. Mr.
BaaWatar was presented with a go d
watch.
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ASPIRIN
t Introducid by "Buyer" to Physician? in 1900 i
Yoa ???at genuine Aspirin?the V*mralgia, Lumbago, Rheumatism,
Aspirin prtMtn-ib>sd by physicians
for nineteen jaara. The name
''Bayer- means the true, world
famous Aspirin, proved safe by
mflrkms of p?sopIe.
Kaefa unbroken packajre of
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" coa
taiss proper directions for Colde,
Headache, Toothache, Earache,
Neuritis and for Pain gentjxally.
Aliraye say "Bayer" when buy
ing Aspirin. Then look for the
safety "Bayer (Tree?"" on the pack
age and on the tableta.
Handy tin boxea of twelve tab
lets cost but a few canta. Drag
gists also sell larger packages.
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Eat Your Thanksgiving Dinner At
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Price l)l?t)U Family
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| FILET OF BASS, JOINVLLLE
OR
COMBINATION SEA FOOD, NEWBURG
CHOICE OF
? ROAST RHODE ISLAND TURKEY, DRESSING,
CRANBERRY SAUCE
L * OR
ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF, AU ?TUS
ROAST HAM. COUNTRY STYLE
CANDIED SWEET POTATOES PEAS
HARVEY SALAD
HOT MINCE PIE
PLUM PUDDING, WITH HARD SAUCE
OR
ICE CREAM AND CAKE
COFFEE
Fine?* Dance Jazz Music in Town For Thankagiving
and Every Night 10:30 to 1 o'Clock
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It Is Economical To Dine At
Harvey's
WINTER JOYS in GEORGIA
! and THE CAROLINAS
Steal away from the cares of the daily grind, to the
beckoning resorts of the great Southland where congenial
people await, eager to join in making your vacation a
period of delight wholly worth while.
You may golf over well-kept courses under smiling skies
with just that undefinable whip to the air that makes
exercise a joy and a tonic refreshment. Motor over
smooth roadways through novel Southern scenes. Fish
in strange waters where the sport finds a new zest amid
Unfamiliar surroundings. Play tennis. Rice horseback
through the echoing hills with their endless vistas into
Nature's wilds ar.d majesties. And after the day in the
open find pleasures in the great hotels cf Aiken, Ashe
ville. Augusta. Camden, Charleston, Pinehurst, Savannah,
Southern Pines. Summerville, Thomasville.
Attractive Wi-.-er Kxcnrsiori Fare?) to Resorts in the South areo*Ter?*d by
the United States Railroad Administration. For Fsrcs,
Schedule?, Service. Maps or Eooklet," Floride and Southern
Winter R**sorts," snply to or write nearest Consckdated
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LABOR PARTY WOULD
ABOLISH U. S. SENATE
Adoption of Plomb Free Speech And
Press, No Conscription
Among Planks.
CHICAGO, Nov. 26.?The National
Labor party convention was adjourned
today without selection of a ticket for
the 1920 election. The executive com
mittee, however, was authorized to
call a convention to choose candidates.
The platform demands.
Abolition of the United St?tea Sen
ate.
Repeal of the espionage act
No compulsory military training or
conscription.
Abolition of secret treaties.
Establishment of right of free
speech, free press, and free assem
blage.
Nationalization of all basic Indus
tries.
Adoption of the Plumb railroad plan.
GIRL, 14, MARRIES TO
ESCAPE HATED SCHOOL
NEW TORK, Nov. 26.?Because she
learned that truant officers are not
?mpowered to send wives to pchool, I
Helen Miasky, fourteen, of Southold, ?
Long Island, was married yesterday
to Alexander Atonik, of the same
place.
Helen hated school, so when she
heard that truant officers were on
her trail she confided in Alexander,
to whom she recently became en
gaged, and they were at once married
with the consent of her father.
Bracelet ^?^ Watch
Finest qualities and all makes
from $19.50 to $300.
All Watches guaranteed 20 years.
Qu-ality Jewelry Co.
438 9th St. N. W.
WHAT HYATTSVILLE
PEOPLE ARE DOING
HTATTSVILLE, M?L . Nov. 26.?At
a meeting In the courthouse In
Upper Marlboro yesterday, attended by
delegates from nineteen community
councils, including farmer?' clubs,
home and school associations, com
munity clubs, the Federation of
Women's Clubs, the Prince George's
County Grange, and th? Women'?
Christian Temperane? Union, the
Prince George's County community
council was organized with the fol
lowing officers: Thomas P. Littlepage,
of Bowie, president; Charles W.
Clagett, of Hyattsville, vice president;
and Joseph H. Blandford, of Brandy
wine, secretary-treasurer. The execu
tive committee is composed of the
above offices and the chairmen of th?
various working committees.
Dr. and Mrs. John Peach, of Mitch
ellsvllle, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Betty Peach and
Harold Slingluff, also of Mitchells
ville. The wedding is to take place
December 27 at Mt. Oak Church.
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Hamilton, of
Mitchellsville, announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Miss Louise
Hamilton, and Herndon Peach, also of
Mitchellsville. The wedding is to take
plaoe December 31, at St. Barnabas'
Church, I?eland.
It Is announced that the Hyattrville
postoffice will be open on Thanksgiv
ing Day from 11:45 a. m., until 1:45
p. m.
The following have been admitted
to membership in the American
Woman's Legion, Chapter No. 1. of
this place: Mrs. William Armstrong
Brooks, Mrs. Charlotte Daniels, Mrs.
I?la I?- Edlavitch, Mrs. William Ver
non Fiske, Mrs. Maud C. Conder, Miss
Lelia Ruth Cinder, Miss Margaret K.
'Jray, Mr?. Marian Gray. Mrs. Ernest
F. Gasch, Mrs. Esther Goodson, Mrs.
William Guista, Mrs. Helen Brooks
Haugh, Mrs. Cora E. Key worth, Mrs.
Ralph H. Lewis, MissRalph H. Lewis,
Mrs. MUls-O'Koefe, Mrs. George Roh
rick, Mrs. Bertha Rosenberg, Mrs.
Enos R. Shreve, Mrs. Kate M.
Shryock, Mrs. I.uella M. Stailey, Mrs.
M. M. Steinmeyer, Mrs. Alice Walsh.
Mrs. George N. Wells, Miss Emma
Lorena Wheatley.
A dance is to be held tonight in the
high school at Surrattsville. Tomorrow
night a dance is to be given at the
Odd Fellows' Hall, Forestville.
Let Us Help You With Your
Thanksgiving Shopping
Good Thing* to Eat at I reasonable price is
what you are looking for. You can be thankful we
are able to save you Big Money at the following ex
tremely low and timely prices:
Turkeys.40c Ib.
Chickens. 30c lb.
Fresh Ham.28c lb.
Fresh Shoulders.26c lb.
Cranberries .12?c lb.
Best Minced Meat.... 20c lb.
Mixed Nuts.45c Ib.
Brazil Nuts.45c lb.
Leg Spring Lamb.20c lb.
M. BECKER
1918 7th St. N. W.
Phone North 3697
SEES BETTER WORKERS
IN ADDITIONAL UNIONS
Japan*-?*: Woman Delegates De
scribes Labor Conditions
In Her Home-Lsnd.
"In order to have more intelligent
workers one must have labor unions."
declared Mrs. T. Tanaka, technical
adviser to the Japanese delegates to
the International Labor Conference,
at a meeting of the Women's Trade
Union League last night.
Interesting labor conditions In
Japan also were told of by Miss Setsu
Agoto, textile worker and adviser to
Mrs, Tanaka. The meeting was pre
sided over by Miss Mary Anderson,
chairman, and was attended by a
large representation of the new union
of women retail clerks. Mrs. Tanaka
spoke In English and Miss Agoto in
Japanese, her remarks being trans
lated by Mrs. Tanaka.
Mrs. Tanaka said that the organ
ized labor movement In Japan was In
Its Infancy, but that it was pro
gressing and that, a strong effort
was being made for better standards.
As a result of the international con
ference, she stated, Japan would have
an eight-hour day and child labor
conditions will be vastly improved.
Mrs. Tanaka told of the evils of the
present dormitory system for women
workers in Japan. She declared that
by living at the factories the women
are "too much protected and their
whole life comes under the domina
tion of their employers and prevents
independence of action, speech, and
thought."
She said that there are 400.000
Japanese women in the textile in
dustry, and that an attempt is being
made to abolish night work.
Miss Agoto expreseed hopes for a
brighter future for organized labor
in Japan.
A meeting of the Women Retail
Clerks' Union will be held Thursday,
December 4. at 14?.'3 New York avenu?-.
AID FOR WAR ORPHANS.
An appeal for the Jewish War Or
phans in Jerusalem will be made by
Rabbi M Abramson. of New York, at
the Temple Ohave Sholom, Fifth and
I streets-northwest, Saturday morn
ing at 10:15 o'clock and Sunday eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock.
Efforts will be made to obtain con
tributions to Blumenthal's Zion War
Orphanage, of Jerusalem, whose work
has been endorsed by Otis W. Glaze
t-rook, the American consul.
GIVE THANKSGIVING DANCE.
The Thanksgiving dance of the Kal
lipolis Grotto Band and Drill Corps
at the Willard last night was at
tended by more than 50<) persons. ?
bronze turkey and a prize pig were
captured by Mrs. J. M. McQueen, MU
Eleventh street northwest, and Mrs.
?. E. Smith, ISSI ? street northwest,
respectively.
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BBBISLiBBEe
? SaveYour Old CJothes
g New Ones Cost S
? 93% more ?
? and are of doubtful H
quality. Our workmen ?
?"Master Cleaners _H
and Dyers"?can make?
"the old togs" just like?!
new, and help vou beat ?
the "High Cost offl
Living." ?
NATIONAL CLEANERS ?
AND DYERS ?
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CORCORAN GALLERY IS
CLOSED UNTIL DEC 21
In preparation for the year's prin
cipal event at the Corcoran Art Oal
lery, which will be the exhibition
during the latter part of next month
of American paintings completed dur
ing the last two years, the gallery
will be closed to visitors until Sun
day afternoon, December 21.
The exhibition Is open to all artista.
The one submitting the beat produc
tion t* ill be awarded a prize of $5.000.
The committee that will Judge the
exhibition is composed of Daniel Gar
Mr, of Philadelphia: Richard I. Mil
ler, of St. Louis; Charles H. Wood
bury, of Boston, and Willard L. Met
calf, and Lawton Parker, of New
York.
TO WED-STEPMOTHER.
SCRANTON, Pa., Nov. 26.?Jantes
Calguire. twenty-eight, returned sol
dier, and his widowed stepmother.
Josephus Calguire, twenty-four, will
be married Sunday. James will be
come stepfather to four stepbrothers
and stepsisters.
GOBS FLOCKING HERE
FOR GRIDIRON BATTLE!
Hundreds of goba arri?*??? Ib town
yesterday aod many more are expected
today to witness the football game
between, the teams of tbe Hampton
Koads Training Station and the l". S
S Pennsylvania. The ship eleven halda
the championship of the Atlantic
?""leet The game will be played at
Central High School Stadium tomar
row afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The Knights of Columbus are acting
aa hosts and will provide quarters for
the sa-lors at the ? of C.
Club, eat ? ?tre-et northweot.
After the game tomorrow tha tpra
?l?vent? will be In a the??r party
under the dlrectioa of the Kala**rt--ta
of I'nlumbua, at th? Natio-?1 "***h>aate?r.
Hundreds of Walts>r Rood boya vin
be brought by K. of C-mart? t?
the stadium tomorrow to eo? the
game.
JANITOR SPOILED GG.
NKff TORK. Nor. 2C? ***????|_ at
public school No. 120 ara off t?a *?>?*??
tor for ???. He ua*d aa ?*_fn|gfc
er on a blaae that pr*o_ta?ad mu m9?m
tended vacatlcm.
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who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue
coated, or full of cold, are plainly printed on
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