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far a. and after being diehseg ed books instead of eoIiecIU fa se aS+ _ _ e 2 : a berth em a Nof.Oadlad Min lb. Ceiss8" Fuss bank tor g ot p Mas coneSd AFes. " e l*,w., tn traIhee. ad Is IM baMI S ... -4..1..a..... ,...s Ate, 11re L-ICau1t. farnava. fm 104100o J~ er erlp HUGN H. HANNA DEAs ha s ba ewn the 110 Nobel INDIANAPOLa Nov. $.--tugh It. rliterature, frie4e leaned HMana. TS. iateraatieslly hnw puterda. "sound money" adveeste and aoted anewa ease here from North Da- poliiUsa eeomist. is dead here, $10C-s-Prize Each Week$0 For Esay Writing W A CONTEST THAT IS OPEN TO ALL OW ne S..e TM. Week for the c siitu Your Teeth and Matrimy -. What Yaw Partwr Hms a Right to Fapst To "tbe..mae writing the bost oeaa upon the subjet einou ged * Tuesday. eash " week I will give a $5I, CAIN 8U. The esa most sot contain moere than 100 word.. The name and esy of the winner will be published. s h week in my advert sement. e u will be Mr. Weeks. of the Washington Times. ad Mr. iisseli. of aW hr, eral and Dr. Johntoan This I. the oi th contest tie 'sre of t run ias ebach week. The purpose rthe contest t gre ter trest and to emeourage discozA of th * -~. We wUkept teeth. Her# 1s the winning essay of last week's subjeet: "D met Tw. DeoCtrs' WI" When,~ the doctor's bill makes you feel like getting back Into bed again take your medicine bravly. for the physician s well caned his mney. Bunt remtember that since the dentist's prophylac tic function is precisely that of the Dutch boy whq, by inserting his Hager Ina crack in a dike. s ved his country from destructive tortents, much ilngs and attend ant oxpense can be avtolddb timely dental work. on t wait to learn thin lesson from sad expert once, but see your dentist at once'and save health and wealth by pay ing him the trifle he asks fde his valuable services. ABRAHAM RUSSMAN, Care of Civil Service Commission, 1724 F Street Northwest, Washington, D. C. The answers fmust be addressed to Dr. S. 13. Johnston's Dental Of ice. and mast reosh his *Site net later than Friday of each week. Write plainly and only upon one side of the paper. Look for it on Tuesday. " The MOST COMPLIT AND SAN IITART DENTAL PARLOR! I11 WASHINGTON. The most modern Imethods are found In use here. For the quality of work received you will find the prices MOST REASON. ABLE. Dr. S. B. Johnston Painless Dentist Velati Building, Cor. 9th and G Sts. N.W. Hour;: 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Phone Main 1'111 Everybody Win 0 Pay Your Elec Stylish Brodt 503.505 Ninth Street N. W. EX.ERPSlPIEDI C.IP. LANOILl (Celtuised kf. Pest Pe.) I stor John Walter St lb for re-lee taseover O C. , Walr. his R.pubB ean rival l3l AID 3 W 11R eSTANA. A pesalnar O taeties es is UW tsaa normaly DWocratie. The Wena Parttsam Lages, with the esslstae of the 7peer-Laber adherest ,ave tired the Dse ratio state Se Se and are reaming thinga to -failtb eselves. The League of Nations is not very ugpular. particularly with the large frich population of the State. andZe reception aesorded to Governor on his recast visit to Butte was nose too eathuuiastio. It is any one's fight to the last ditch, in Motana. Both side. 'claim victory in New Hampshire. The Degocrats claim to have the beat organilation theP have had Is years. For a time It w feared that the Democrats would I large ly of the Irish vet5 because of the League of Nations, but the Irish. it Is claimed, are swinging back. w The Republican campaign managers have been insistent in their attacks En President Wilson and this, it I. believed, will act as a boomerang, The big fight in the State is be tween Senator George H. Moses for re-election and Raymond R. Stevens. his Democratic opponent. Betting favors senator fose., In Connecticut It is predicted that Harding will have a plurality of not less than 30,000. Senator Frank A. Brandegee is ex pecter to run considerably behind the ticket because of his opposition to woman suffrage. It i. believed he will win, however, over his Demo cratic Opponent, Augustine Laner gan. Despite the fact that California cast its vote for Wilson four years ago, the indications are that Hard ing will carry the State by 125,000, and that his plurality will be so great that it may carry along Samuel M. Shortridge to the Spnate over his Democratic opponent and the incun bent, Senator James D. Phelan. G. O. P. C4AIMS INDIANA. In Indiana the Republicans claim the State for Harding by 66.000. The Democrats, however, concede nothing and point to the fact that Tom Tag gart, himself a candidate for Senate, will sweep the incumbent. Senator James E. Watson, out of office and that he will at the same time carry many votes to Cox. Reports from Colorado stiie that the Democratic leaders concede the State to Harding by at least 30.000. Knows gain! tion Bet with 8, Inc., You won the electic gain Pick a stylish Brodt The Velour that r riduality of the man wh~ The Velour which, ewest in style, wor naterial., A Brodt '8, Inc., 18 a "Good 7 ..Win Ag Specially Priced *6. vote 1 A bwes...1s .. *i Asbe a...a ,. 3 C.. vs bm.. 4 * CP-...-. . 7 7 .. D sws.. 3 3 '.. SGesia...14 .. 14 Idles..... 4 4 .. Imeb ....3 39 .. isa :..15 15 .. lows ..e..13 13 . 1(w... ..10 - 1" . K~absamk..13 .. 13 Lo.I -..10 .. 11 M i... S... i 1 . Mmyl uad.. S . . M.... ,...18. is . higan..15 15 .. Mi sota.12 12 .. aseelseippi.10 .. 1" MhpuvrL..1s .. l8 Momtnt.... 4 .. 4 This situation is brought about large l, by the defection by the DemocratS In large numbers of their party for the Non-Partisan League and by a general desire on the part of the vot era for change of administration. It is very likely that the succe of the Republican party in Colorado will also sweep into office Samuel R, Nicholson. who is a candidate to. Senator against Tully Scott. Although Cox has been % making gains in West Virginia because of the race issue, leaders claim that Hard ing will carry the State by from 10.000 to 20,000. Harding's plurality will be reduced because of the intro duction of a Non-Partisan Jeague candidate for governor. It is expected that the State will return its present representatives, who, with one ex ception, are Republicans. Take GrOe AT 3v 0 0 Qt'ta Tae tablet.. Te genuine bears the ig eate of O. W. Grove. 3ec.-Advt. a Velour bet-now win, , Inc., Velour lects the indi wears it represents the manship, -and Velour king", P0. 419 Eleventh Street N.W. Evens st 3eaig o P4alEtor il Stand Np.. ..r.. o Newed . 3 .. 3 - N. Hmp.. 4 4 .. N. Jame"14 14 . N. Masle. 3 .. 3 New Yak. 4 45 . N.Cas .12 .. 12 N. Delst.5 5 . o0 . ...4 24 .. mu . -. 1 0 . "" oResqsI..-5 5 . "bd 0 .. 6W 5 .. S. Caola9 . . 9 L. Dahlt. 5 5 .. Tenes..12 ,. 12 Teas ....20 .. 3 Utah..... 4 .. 4 V . .4 4. . ...12 .. 12 Wash..... 7 7 . W. Virgis a . Wisconsin.13 13 Wyomaing. 3 3... "ota . 339 192 WRL ASSAULTED BY BANDITS,THENSHOT Torn From Side of Escort by Motor Desperadoes and Mistreated. YOUNGSTOWN. Ohio, Nov. 2.-Held up by eight young men In an au pmo bile on the Thornhill road, two iles south of here, at 2 o'clock yesterday, Miss Rose Oberly, sixteen years old. was taken from the car in which she was riding with her escort, spirited away to a lonely place on the road was shot through the breast and tossed from the car by her assailant, who escaped. Miss Oberly and her companion, Edward Miller, twenty-sil years old, of East Youngstown. were riding in an automobile when the car contain ing the bandits approached from the opposite direction and by "hogging the road" forced Miller's machine into the ditch and leveled revolvers at the couple, whom they forced to leave the lear. One of the robbers then searched Miller, getting several dollars. Then, taking the girl with them, the men drove away toward Youngstown. Miller followed in his own car and discovered Miss Oberly unconscious at the side of the road, ,blood stream ing from her breast. Her clothing was badly torn and 'disarranged, and indications were that she had strug gled desperately with her attackers. Miller took her in his car to the St. Elisabeth Hospital here, where her condition was said to be very critical. A bullet was extracted from the wound in her breast and she recov ered consciousness late last night. 2 MILLION VOTING IN ILLINOIS TODAY Republican Leaders Confident G. 0 .P. Ticket Will Sweep the State. CHICAGO, Nov. 2.-More than 2, 000,000 voters will cast their ballots in Illinois today, It is expected, and indications as the polls throughout the State opened at 6 o'clock this morning were that the voting would be brisk through the day. Republican leaders were confident that the national ticket would carry easily in Illinois. Predititons were made that HardIng and Coolidge would receive a plurality of ,upwards of 2,000. John T. Adams, viet chair man of the Republican National Com mittee in a last minute forecast, pre dioted that every northern and west ern State will go for Harding. Resides the National ticket. Illi nois Is electing also a U'nited itates senator, a governor and a full com plement of Congressional and State ofiees, The hottest fight in the State revolves around the governorship. Lesn Small, of Kankakee the Reopub lican nominee for- governor, is op posed by James, Hamilton Lewis, Democrat for United States Senator from this State. Small, who Is re garded as the candidate of the organ ization headed by Mayor Wiliam Hale Thompson of Chicago Is meeting with opposition within his own party anel thousands of Republican vote. are expected to go to Lewis. SmalI( however, was confident of his election early today. Lewis almo was claiming he would be elected by a plurality of 20,000. Congressman William fl. McN inley. Republican, Is opposed for tin United tates Senatorship by l'eter A. Waler. Democrat. Repubicans wern predict ing today that McKinley would be elected by 250,000 plurality. Unless weather conditions, which In the early hours were unfavorable proe vent, It is expected that the State will cast the heaviest vote in its history. SENSE OF HUMOR COSTS JOKER 30DAYSINJMl NUW YORN, Nov. 3.-Thomas Gar vey has a refreshing sense of humor, In fact, it is so efterveseent that Magistrate Levine, In the West Side police court, .has given Garfey thirt days at lllackwell's fsland in whie to bottle or discard It. Narny toda$ (Jeyvey approached Tony Aloy, an iron worker, busy or a North river pier. and, wJ thout warn ing, pieked Tony uap and. threw him into the river. Luckily, Tony could swim. "Somne guys ean't talte a mavera. Oaet to the RAER'S AMY Anti-Bmhest Try n st Sinnto Crimem. hi fee ce war ffioe. LONDON. Nov. L.-General Wrea gel's sati-Bolshevik army in South Russia has been decisively deesated. and is retreating Into Crimea. the point from which Genera Wrasel began his Derations ags nit the Reds eight months ago. aseording to dispatehee resolved hero today son taining elais of the Soviet wbr .t flee at Moscow. The news is oonfiumed by tinoff cla advices from Constantinople. The Reds have reached the Sea of Auov at Berdlansk and Mar upol. They are now engaged, in closing the bottle ek of the peninsula at the northern end of Crimea, where they havo taken Perokop. The Red driv southward from Alexandrovsk to the Porekoia-Derdlansk lime represents an advance of nearly 100 mles. the Soviet has massed heavy fores of men and guns which were drawn from the Polish (ront. 'General Wrangeis situation is most serious." said a Constantinople dispatch to the Daily Express. Ter rie lighting continues all along "the Crimean bael front." The doings of "Boob McNutt." Gold brg's funniest cartoon character, are a weekly feature 'of the four-page colr. ed comic section of The Sunday Eve ning Times. Get th 2 VEF E pair of sho( men's, won cepting one few trade-m The me and in Eng , Cloth, or r double brea All mei for selection all the style There a cost of mer and the co! The cost of cost of prod not 25% in . - But un - pricescale, our merchai No cha Natione mNofid. . Ae-wws (D I. sm-. Wh msser '.w -15 ... u no (D). To. .eymima. D. and L). alerOs W. Davs (R). W. J. HUeDObA S Mall (L). Ja. amiltohn Lewi. ( A). Kasna-eay1 J. Alien (L1. Mane--(Already eleotod. L). Maout-J. U. Atkinson (A). Maa-Josegh Y. Dlsa (L). Murto K. Woalr (D.. NCHka-ml . .Nlve. ()e bus ess a .s na he MU. V~arL).Alfrd LSmith (A). Dad. n h held out (V. ). ItX-eI) fullino rt(.) Obbo-vlar~y A. Davis (Li. W. Vietor Dansor (bs.). Tenote-Alfred Tailor (Lb. A. s. .bet (A). .Tezas--Pat Neff (D.). Waingto-Louis . Hart (g). W. W. lck (D. Robert Bridges Winsconats-Job J. Blarne (L. McCoy (D.). SUGAR 7 CENTS A POUND. MANCHESTER. N. H.--Nov. 2. Sugar reached a low level here when a West ide firm began to sel at 7 cents a pound. They did a land of fice busnoon as long aats the stock on hand hold out. e full impor t cni5. Of ZY man's or boy's suit ithout exception or very pair of shoes. Eve ~s.. All women's spec en's or boys' gloves. line. A furnishings, arked lines. n's overcoats are those land. Heavy or medi eversible-leather coats, ~ted.. is suits. Thousands c ! So what's the use of s and patterns? tre two things that cont chandise. The cost of ,t of doing business ec ictKon sowin ome Dai25% from te prce KA[INi!FAB HARLOW. Ohl.. N., 3.--eelig Is ries rias high Oeve the eM', SSe ag eenpaIga" dirsetsd agset MEM Itor Harrsg ee of the r esite et rhish was the desitaal 11 Vut lay of Perfsewr Wia , .taaol- -- er from Wester College, and ter bsffeather parties are opely pme peed. esterday. is fret of a elsr stee. r. George T. uIa . t Master. tthr. took an active pat Is ash BopS~g whin Me appr~Se e s~a odrt. Who e.gpalm a aladologatios to Oveanee Css sotifieatlos coremonles at DaytoS last August. Accordng to wltessees. Dr. Hard Lag ohargod Judge "Weser with ha' lag cireulated stories against big raMlly. This the judge denled and 16,004 to sign an affidavit to that 1 offct. At this point Herman. Irey. I hfarm 4d employed by D. I. Cus linger. presidont of the Harlon Civic Association. and although~ a Dome wat. one of Senator Harding' close b no.d. pushed through the crowd mad assorted that he heard judge Speser repeat thos Nories "You're a liar." Judge It Is reported to have ad. Ir struck the Judge Is the tad. "Hit him agin." shouted the crowd, and the sity- year-old judge, who ha. a cork leg, foil to the sidewalk. Irsy was held hack by the crowd. and Dr. Harding assisted the judge to big toot and helped him into his office in the courthouse. ince of or overcoat, reservation. ry woman's alties. All . til hats, ex excepting. a - tailefreihere um weight. Single or if suits, too, trying to list rute to the production, :onomically. own. The slack. But cde upon a. time of pur marked on of clothing.