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PA. HONORS SEC. WILSON.
Pe?retai> ? I?b?ir W il?? ?r. has a? cepte?] the invitali, r "t <!??\?-???? ? ?**-?riiil. at Pennsylvanlu. t?> ?eiv?- ??n .1 ? -ommittee of tweaty-aWs t?? ?tudy the r>re?ent ? ? ' ? -1 I t ?? t ?on ?.f Pennsylvania ??I'.h tbe vie??* to revieinar it. Ilaa't let Ufi le?? .HK-adltarp ??, k?. ? ?ie\e ?if *??? ??G??. Ray wl?el?? ???4 lacrease ?<?nr ?1M11I? h? ta>eat? lax in Wer ?la? ataanpa. Girls! Girls!! Save YourHair With Cuticura S??*?- Oiara?aaH- .t?r fj?a??^r? atei tViiin?,3? f?><?fC????,? [?tl____. WILL BRING SOLDIER DEAD FROM BRITAIN l*odus of 2.5DO Yanks to Bo Rrturn id i rom England. Scotland and Ireland. The ???? American soldier dead to be broua-ht back to thia country will be ffom Kngland. Ireland and Scot land, Oraves Ke?**i?tratit?n Bureau of the War 1'epartment announce?. Twenty-five hundred are burled, in the?e countries. The flr?-t ??ntlnerent of the force to have charge at thin work ha? been or-fanlzed. and will ?all when a trans port is available. It consi?t? of em balnnna- expert.?. inspector?, and other? to arrangi*? for the convoy of the ; tarts?. Other group? are being orpanized - to remove lodi?*? in Belgium. Luxem bourg, ??erman?, Austria. Serbia and Italy. In these countries also there are approximately 2.500 American Kx pcdltlonary Force grave?. Belgium ! ha? two American cemeteries, Pope 1 rinerhe and Waereghe.n. Mose' of the American dead in Italy have been con centrated at Genoa. IRISH BATTLE POLICE. LOVI ?ON. Nov. 27.? Five policemen land a number of laborers were ?hot in clash??? arrowing out of the farm?r?' lockout of farm hands in Waterford county, Ireland, according to dis patches today. ?. 4 . Or~anl?e** 4 lllsenaklp. lfm?. Join tbe I Misen?? 4????elation in your nriahhorhooH, and do It today. ?????iW 6* O > L ?**??* T f * -? Oil?the Ideal Fuel Not only does oil furnish fuel for power and heating in navies and modern industries of the world, but it furnishes fuel for heating the households of the world. The Perfection Oil Heater supplies eco nomical kerosene heat to more than 3.000.000 homes. Saves coal during Fall months. The Perfection is clean, portable, safe, sootless, odorless??burns ten hours on a gallon of oil?easily filled and re-wicked. Aladdin Security Oil gives best results. At your dealer's. STANDARD OIL COMPANY New Jersey) BALTIMORE MI?. Charlotte. N. C. Charleeton. W. V?. Charleaton, S. C. Use Aladdin Security Oil PERFECTION O// /festeje? Cji\ e a Thanks_i ? ini* Day Offertn? to the Ameri?-?n Re?J Cross And Completr the Ottota of the District Ue.em Needed. ~J ano T-eventb Streets L") F urmture Carpets ens Upholstery Give a I hanksgivin-r Day Offering to the American Red Cross And Complete the Ouota of the District ?""?XK? Needed. Thi- >olid Mahogany Pris cilla Sewing Table. Large >i/e. Price. $10.00. The Linen Shop f?cautitul Lare - trimmed. Pure Linen Center Scarfs, 18s 50 and 18x54 inches. Imitation ?lunv lace. 15 ?designs.yfipcctal, S__> each. I_ce-trimmed .-?cari-, bau r?an and imitation cluny lace de-ign??. Ifl?45 :.nd lSxM inche- Speciai, $1.00 an?l $1.23 a?a?I Towels for the Guest Room Colored Hor Jrred Jacquard SV oven Turkish Bath Towel?. pink, blue, old ro??e. lavender. lemon and gold, in beautiful de ? _'ru. Special. Me tu $1.75 ?-acb Hemstitched f'ure Linen Huck and Dan-task. G?-ael* Beanti ?'?.:' ?lama*!* border?, ?tripe?, all-over deii-pis : al*o plain huck; medium. large; extra sue* and sfue>?t size. special. ?I.M each to $_M each. Pure l_nb'i V\ ool Linen Coti f?*ts ?Plain reversible ?ilk. li? center?, with blending border* and .? -??e??. Tbe mo?? *xqr*;ir.e iir.e shean Gift Suggestions Solid Mahogany Martha Washington Sewing Table. $19.75. Ladies' Maliogaeiv Writing Desks. ?-U0. Ruyal Kasy Chair, with reclining back and foot rest. $.9.50. I ??? Che-t PrtCCS range from $1430 hO $45.tK?. Mahogany Fern Stand. $_2J"0. M.ihoganv Stedeat'i Heading table. $15.-.. Mahogany or Ivory Toilet Tables, and Vanity Case?. Make a most acceptable f? Fn?a?i Ceekers. Prie?, $i?_so. -??erial Kitchen l.'abiact, $*?0.? Special Dali-finish Bra?- Bed*, all -i/e*. Dinner (h.ii-*.. 5?650. ??'??-inch Rowid P<?ker Table. $23.*??. I old'iig ( ard Tab!?? $-??. Metal Dinner W_(-?>n. ??2M. Carpets and Rugs C crpets Our complete stock of piece goods ntTords you every op ?"tunity to secure what you way need. All width?, from 22) j inches t<> 9 fee?, in a aride range of designs, colorings anil prices. ' >ur piain ?*??i?>r- vou'll rind e-pecia?y inie***e-tintf. Prie* - ?-tart as low as $1.85 for the 17 inch width. Orientcl Rugs We have found it almost impossible to secure large size rugs except at Museum price-. We ht-re, however, secured some very good rugs in the -;/**s ranging from 3x5 feet to 4\7 feet, which we are offer ing at prices as low as. if not Ii?urr than. you will usuali ? lind similar si_es and qualities. ea "J 11 i -. Solid Mahogany ? L'art. ?quipped with remov able trav and fi'iir rubber-tired ?'heels. ' !*rice/?27.50. Drapery Dspt. Pertieres Duplex Velvet Portieres, - ! yards long, in combinations of green and tan. mulberry and tan, green and garnet and blue and mulberry: French edges. Per pair. $-4.-;.00. Incut Velour Portieres, _' .? vards Ions*, finished with curd edges : green, brown and blue. Per pair, $85.0*0. t Couch Covers Tapestry Couch Covers, full length and width, in Oriental colors and patterns. $5 00, $-00, $7.00 and $11.00 each. Velvet Couch (."overs. Per stan all-over de-igns, beauti ful coloring??, $25.00 each. **-++**-*?' ?*-? MMUNH?^ ))H ?***??-???-????*??????* *->??^ Down In N'Orleans Today Festive Fizz Again Wets Long Parched Throats Crescent City, Thronged For Racing Season, Turns From Dusky Gloom To Radiant Joy When Judge Foster Rules Liquor Sale Lawful. * NEW ORLEANS, La., Nov. ?*".? New Orleans today was enjoying a bountiful Thanksgiving. Over at Hamo? they were shaking up the fes tive gin fizz; Sazarac cocktails were aRain being poured into those bigi tumblers that Sazarac uses so that I the nose may mis.?? none ?"-""k^lie aroma; down at the old Absinthe tTOuse. an atfil French doorman smiled his I.landest as the old customers began pushing their way through doors that long had been deserted. New Orleans was wet today, and the old? Orescent town felt natural. If the Fnited States had been as well prepar?-d for war as New Orleans wa? for Judge Foster's decision last night the war would have been over ! a long time ago, and there would have been no war-time prohibition. An hour after Judpe Foster. In com pliance with the petition of the Her man Leiser had "enjoined Federal authorities from interfering with the sale of bondeil liquors long lines stood in front of the bar. Bartenders Pleatlfal. It was not necessary to conscript bartenders. They volunteered. Some of them were the regular orthodox bartenders of a day when personal liberty still had a d?finit?? meaning.) (?thers were recruits. I >ne we\l- j known business man donned the a proti at the Stag and aided the over worked bartenders. A big crowd was here for the open Ing of the races today. They sat gloomily around the lobby of the St. Charles Hotel yesterday afternoon. Then came news of the decision by Judge Foster. In five minutes the lobby was deserted. The crowd had gone to the places where once more a gentleman could Imbibe to the limit of that gentleman's desire and purs.?. Many of them stayed tijitil the places were closed and then kiss ing the bartender good-night, prom ise?! to be back early this morning. It had been a long time since they wer?? privileged to kiss the bartender gooil-night. Few Fancy Drinks. No attempt was made last night to ?ell fancy drinks. Whiskey straight | was ?old in most places at 2? cent? j for a drink. The drink was about; half the size formerly sold, but then New Orleans used to be prodigal In the size of its drinks. The old size sold at 33 to 50 cents. Wine was plentiful and at -? per cent above the price charged when the war-time law went into effect July 1. Today fancy drinks were being mixed. Instead of a haphazard collec tion ?if bartenders as last night, the real artists were smilingly back in ?|.:r old places, and *th?? machinery for giving New Orlean* and the adja cent country a thorough wetting was moving. Saloon men said there Is ample stock on hand to la? until January JO. The roadhouses and lake re?orts, which had expected a quiet Thanks giving, were scenes of bustle today. ! Loaded taxis began to bear down upon | them last night. Between taking care of last night'? crowd and p?*epsr ing for an ?ven bigger -rowd today, ' employes at the roadhouses and re- I sorts worked all last night and wer? ? not really prepared when today's rush i began. I.rent Crowds Arrive. Like a crowd which line? up to ?ee a world's series baseball game. N'ew Orleans citizens and visitors began arriving before noon to be certain they would have a table. Few persons went with?ont claret with their Thanksgiving dinner. _ Meanwhll? railroads were unload ing great crowds at the Canal ?treet station and thirsty re?idents of nearby town? began to join in ihe Thanksgiving celebration. Mississippi was also sendin-g her quota. Telegrams received here indicated that there was a hegira from the Texas oil field? of men anxious to look at some liquid other than pe troleum. Fort Worth, Dallas and Houston vrere sending delegates. Judge Fo?ter, in granting the In-1 junction, ruled that the world war ?ame to an official end when Con- . gre?*? adjourned recently without re jecting the peace treaty with <?er- j many. He maintained that when ? President Wilson vetoed the Vol stead war-time prohibition act Octo ber 2i>. the President declared the array and navy demobilized. BAR IS BEING FITTED ON GREAT LINER LEVIATHAN Whether constitutional prohibition will operate to make American pas senger, liners dry has been referred to the legtil department of the Ship ping Board for a decision. Mean time, bar fixtures are being Installed on the giant liner Leviathan, which is to be operated between New York and England. Shipping Hoard officials explain that it will be nearly a year before this great craft would be ready for operation. Within a few months, however, former Herman liners are to be placed in the South American pass? nger trade, and a decision on the i'uestion is expected before that time. MINE NATIONALIZATION WINS OUT IN ENGLAND Laborite Candidate Defeats Lloyd George Nominee by Major ity of 12,525. DUKHAM. England, Nov. 27.??Jor.n Lawson. laborite candidate running on a platform favoring nationalization of Industry, has been elected mem ber of pailiament from the Chester Le Street division of Durhan\ as a result <>f the secent by-election, it was announced officially today. His majority was given as ?-,?-d. The announcement today was the first official statement in connectt?*:i witi*. the four by-elections held No vember in. Two more announcements will be made tomorrow giving of ficial results of the balloting at Croy don and Thanet. The fourth ? and most interesting -that of Lady Nancy Astor. will be made Friday. Chester L?? Street 1? a typical min ing constituency. The question of nationalization of mines was practi cally the sole issue. David (iilmour, an unofficial supporter of the Lloyd Ueorge go\.rnment, was Lawson's opponent on a platform opposing na tionalization. At the last election, J. W. Taylor, laborite, who has just resigned, -.?, us rt turned unopposed. EX-KAISER FEELS SAFE IN HIS HOLLAND HOME Crown Prime, However, Fears He May Be Extradited, Says Amsterdam Paper. AMSTERDAM. Nov. _7.- -The Tele graf. ?luotlng "an authoritative foun'c." says both the Netherlands government and former Emperor Wil liam of ''?rniany still are confide?.t that nothing will come of the report thai there will be a demand for th?? extradition of tl.e onetime Emperor. The newspaper adds that former rruwn Prime Frederick William, who, it ?a-ys, his less to tear from extra dition than his father, takes the mat ter more seriously. The Telegrafs authority says thai the breai-h between Vnr wrnifr Em peror and his son. while it has not yet be?? heale<l. is less bitter, the a***t? having yielded somewhat to hi? fatht-r because of the wishes of his mother. ADVERTISEMENT_ "Snake Oil" Stops Pain Over Ten MUJon Bottles Sold I? tt?rs from thousand?! of people ail -or Ai-ierua prove that Miller?, Anlis?pUr Oil i km'?? as t-nake OU) is pmba?ly lh? jr?-test known remedy for rh?umalistii. ?unT-as?1. ?tiff loints, sprains I. ?rr'.pp?. colds, pneumonia, InlTuenza. ?tc. They aay that 'Mnak- OK" p?n?tr?tes ?o quickly that it is sure tn ?top pain. Mr. Alluni TjtaStf. Provencal. I? . ?SrtUa, "Kn.loaed fli.il fl fur seine mor?* 'Snske i?i;" We ill ilk,, li fine. PI?*??*? send at once." Mr. H M \Twell. ?.'enter. Ky., writes. "I h??? tried iw ? botti*? ?tel Hav. ree.ived trre-,? relief PISSSS ship ? ?! l'otti? ut once, :?? aj ,? art needing !' bad I ?." Oet S SI??, or??? ?G ?? ?? botti? ??>>? ?J from any ???.1 Urn?; m?r? with the unii??'* taiolintt tkat >our motley ? ill lo returned if >.,u ?rs n.it Kat|?.1e.|. lien.m.o the genuine Mi,?er? Antiseptic oil (known as Snake ?G. ?. For sal? by all oobmarh &-iothrop Open 9:15 A. M. New York?WASHINGTON?Paria Ck>_B 6 P.M. aftsfoi? Men \\JE ask you to shop carefully and compare \alues. We feel sure that ours are the best obtainable. Many customers tell us so. -We bought months ago to protect you in this manner. Just as an instance ol the values we are giving, the Full-fashioned Silk Sock> we are.now selling at $1.00 are below thetr present price to us. This is positive-, as we are 'already r?ctl?'?' ing assortments for spring, and they are bille_ t? us at more than S 1.00 the pair. * . ? .?? * Jf\ .? Here is q^tist of Very Exceptional Values Full-fashioned Silk Socks, $1 00 Pair ?Pure silk, with dolble lisle soles, heels aNd toes. Shown in black and all the fashionable colors. Full-fashioned Silk-Clocked Socks, $1.50 Pair?These are also pure silk and in black, and colors. All-wool Socks, $1 00 Pair?Natural and black; full-tashioned. Silk Lisle Socks, 75c Pair?Double soles, heels and toes; full-fashioned. Neckwear at $1 00?? very excep tional grade ot silk; line lull open-end shapes, beautiful colors; many designs; slip-easv collar bands. Plain colored open-end srosgrain silk ties in every desirable shade, and also the narrow string ties in about two dozen different colors. Initial Handkerchiefs at 35c?Fine hand-drawn thread, '-t -inch hem initial handkerchiefs. Pure Linen Initial Handkerchiefs, 75c?Everv thread pure linen; neat block initial in corner. Blanket Cloth Robes, $10.?0? Warm, medium weight Robes, m green, gray,' brown, tan and blue, with neat stripes of contrasting tone; well tailored and linished. Dornet Flannel Pajamas*; ?$4.50?---? ? ?*ood grade of Dornet Flaivnel; warm. well made, comfortably sized, The) are* difficult to get. Steamer Rugs^ $7.85?D oub le -raced Plaid Steamer Ruts, ot British make; heavy and warm; attractive colorings. Plain All-Unen r___r*4*rc_*?efi, 35c Each; 3 for $1.00?N'en exceptional quality. f Woven Madras Shirts, $2.50?bi color woven fabrics in a neat assort ment of stripes, with soft double culls, with laundered attached or detached cuffs; sized liberally, tailored pertectlv; various sleeve lengths. Silk Shirts at $10.00?? wonderful exclusive Japanese silk crepe of fast woven colors and a handsome domestic silk crepe de chine shirt. Wide assort ment of colors in each kind, and exccr tional values. ? Sterling fiver Belt Bueyes, $3.50 ?Various designs with differently shaped monogram spaces; single initials engraved without charge; monograms _5c additional. Full Dress and Tuxeoo Vest Sets, $3.00?Fancy enamel on sterling silver. Walking Sticks. $5.00?Apple"*<?i-d and Malacca, sterling silver cap and band trimmings; P. W. handles. Accordion Ribbed Silk Reefer*? or Mufflers, $5.00?I wo-ioned Pure Silk w^ayes. in a io yClyT 111WIT CO 11 ?Wti-a - *????\ -uch as maroon^ ***< _0?). Waft? and -Ahite, black ?*** t'f^ff^^'u^K ata?: -re.-.. ;:.iCK -?*. Mu., : -:tfr^t?"7>!*f? iteao alara. Vir?t timar. . . destripe*? at *<he0?*a .^nd >**; '' ? ? r > -a?1**- U .????*-' i , Mbj?f ***? -J