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w u , Nw. .-I-As ?-. or n"A ac %W"t as he preses if u eWisltea here New -et the em 0 a i he.us e seeth )efer. m esse sad ugtaw ineered al Res., ae owuer sa dec.spat Tw .tell W ere 1s peratMe is the room with a seeMbed Waeelty of saera barrels of lique a d". A tiU alms esied the fire deartmt 4 Se PRO home. but as denage re A Peep at Smart Ankles reveals Minerva Lustre Wool stockings--a fine quality wool blended with silk before the spinning. Brilliant colors unequaled for strength and dutability. Does not lose its lustre and elasticity after the washing. Minerva Wool For Sweaters and all Holl, day Knitting plans, in the Glad shades, at To Give the Heir a .Naturally Wavy Effect Evet since the virtues of the silmerin. hair-curling method rst became knuwn I. this country. druggists here have been having a really estraordinary demand for liquid silmerine. Its eteetivenss. Its convenience and its entire harmlessness doubtless have been responsible for its in. creasing use among well groomed women. One need only apply' a little of the liquid with a clean tooth bruas beta e doing up the hair and t6" treemes will have a beautiful wzay and giemyrass r ante which ears n ak gin rIy. T best way is to divide o them ro miranda and moisten so of them from roettsip. Tere is no discoloration. no stickjy, streaky or other unpleasant fea ture. Liquid silmerlne I. fine alsa H5 an aid In ahaping "ear muffs and In keing them in place over the sate. ~n~Betts Ta d prd r es ptea de T i:n .. I m endorsed H t rl v; lve never e but .fttiV fainllijaluig myself RON the.rrstn of blood ?JUX ws[IA te ieateat M digestion. PIIoPnORI th reel ne I must edatI thtt the well * Mho agd arodue Vie rsults det feslon-oa r ale tonic for tetp o and o ad rte bulmendlrg truly your. (Sigied) I - nTDe ki m p No Cost. a '.THE KING OF RECC yoe dote eac hfme coura ms an-ba nome tlephon 'their Wi moethey eve maide. Tebetter chon em The Timees is hd 75UMEnRSOUT INXMmCAN STRIKE sitaton serious as lumibar' May inrsm-Many Idus tries Shut Down. MUEI@ CITT. Meseis, Nov. . Pailure to s.ttle the, 0S0 astig strike and clash.s between forkers and ehployerp in various parts et Meales indieate that the Oeveramemt is met meeting with its usual stcese in headling industrial disputes. Until recently the Government was remarkably sueeosaful in preventing trouble Thea came thq miner strike. While efforts wee being made to settle this, the stevedores at Vera Crs walked out and there were strikes In a number of other Sitis.. It is said that at present there are 15,60 Mesimaa workmen on strike, with the prospect that the number will be greatly augmented. There is talk of a general strike. but t is has been threatened at intortY for months by radical organisatiosa. CA W- MEA PRICES AWAY ABOVE NFRMAL OSTON. Now. .---cmmissioner Charles N. Adags. of the commis ston on the neessaries of life, says that the Information from various part of the State shows that retsii pows are held 'up higher than they game time the wholesale prices or some time the whole sale prices have tended downward, with marked reductions in some lines. Yet the re tail prices hove not fallen propor tionately. This condition, he says, re suite In the tact that the retail tra4e Is losing the good wilt of Its cus tomerp and in he long run - that feeling will hurt. POPE GRAN13AUDIENCES TO SEVERAL AMERICANS ROME. Nov. 3.-Mgr. Patrick A. Uacdovern, bishop of Cheyenne, was received in long and cordial audience by the Pope. On the preceding dAy his 'holiness had granted special au diences to tie Rev. Sister Casimira, prevjdional superior of the Franciscan Sist t of at. Louis. Mo., and Siter aptista, mother superior of the Hee pital of Qt. Joseph, in Milwaukee. POWDER IN POCKETS, THEN BONFIRE-BANG! GREENFIELD, Ill., Nov. i.-Jesse Wade recently stowed his pockets with powder obtained at one of the local coal . mines. Jesse-who hap pens to be roupding out seventeen years of earthly existence-next de cided to playfully poke a bon fire, bonding over the plaze in a manner tending to expose his pockets. r Health staining Iren. Nu Vemica and auca letter, as this: ANTOWN. Md., Sept. 27, 120. ndorsed a Proprietary medicine. rith the ingredients. of MAN and muscle builders. stomach and intestinal aid to we food. -balanced formula of MANTONE tded unon t the medical pro onvalesence -'and run-d!own Sys it in my own practice. Very JAB. J. E ELEN. M. D. Sold and Recommended by People's Drug Stores. $1 Per Box. NSTRUCTIVE TONICS." ast is easy, if he right thing that is neither too- fresh t 'be neither too high nior ult be at the right tern position as easily as she exsetly the right thing nt-ada. She makes oo d newspaper. get a cook as easily as ,Knowing thtthe besnt s, the elever Washington t-ada to The Time. the, eer maIds bond betwemn SOCIETY FOLK GATHER TO HEAR RE TURNS VERYBDY turned is JIM eve Ring to hear the elegd a rettrus There were. of 00V0% Private wires - into the White Hees, a.nd the news was relayed to the PreUSeat and Mrs. Wilson and a little emmbage of members of their tamily Ib the President's study until Uly esriy con ceded the result and P' ideqpt Wilson retired. Returns wersee reSnived at most of the executive depWstmata sad several of the Cabinet of1Se, Mad par ties in their offoea. The Secretary of the Thesu ry and Mrs. Houston "pent the evenlag at the Treasdy rid h * ' lite coa pany of Intimate friends with tbem. The Postmaatere Qeserel aM Mrs. Durleson had the member Of their family and a fn* eloperods with them at the Post Otie Do Mew The Secretary of War and were with the Secretary O, Agri culture and Mrs. Meredith at the Seere'atv's oft.s: hdy had one of the most interesting of the ele.ti.oi flight parties. having soem of th. cabinet member.: $nd it me*$ber of the diplomat' *""' #*r.*" ., The party was quite itmptent and tMost informal, but e."oas. a,. interesting notion pictures were shown in the intervals between Sash' ini dispatches on the screen. wisp the hotels and cafes. and nu merous smart little supper parties were on the carpet. Mrs. Cromwell Brooks. Mrs. Charles S. Breqmwell. 34r. and Mrs. Morace Westeott. Col. John 0. Quakemeyer. aAd Rear Admiral Andrew Long mad.' up all interesting compsnv which Pupped at the Shore ham Hotel and heard the returns there. Mr. and Mrs. i'lip C. Kauf mann also entertained a supper party at the Shoreham. AT THE WILLARD. At the Willard Mrs. F. B. Moran entertained a party of twenty or thirty guests in the big dining room and across the way in the Plm Gar ten her daughter. Mrs. Horace Ma. - arland and Mrs. - McGorem Crawford were joint hosts at a supper. party. heir guests included Miss Delores rawford, Miss Aurora de Quesada. Rear Admiral Bradley Fiske, Dr. Leo 4. Rowe. Mr. Quesada. Cuban consul; Fohn V. Belt and Tom Jenkins. Mre. '. DeWitt Talmage and her daugh er, Mrs. Pitt Scott. who have just *urned from Europe. also had a >arty at the Willard and so did Mrs. Thomas F. Logan. Mrs. Logan first entertained her uests at dinner, then took them to the theater and returned to the Wil lard for the supper dance and tp bear the returns. Her party w arf In compliment to the Secre e eruylan embassy and M . alos lbson, who will leave next week for F'eru before going to Mr. Gibson's now post of duty. Mr. Logan went to New York to vote. Mr. and Mirs. Richard Harioy had guests in the Salon des aflftons, at the Washington, ard others who gave parties there were Mr. Karpovich, of the Russian embassy; M. A. Ballinger and Captain Van Duesen. Mr. and birs. Leonard L. Nicholson, Jr.. en tertained at Wardman Park Hotel in :ompliment to their guest. Miss Emily Burrows, of New York. Seymour tone also had a supper party at Wardman Park. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drury, the lat ter formerly Miss Marguerite Si nonds, gave a dinner at the Cafe St. dark's, remaining through the even ng to hear the election returns. They sad fourteen guests. The d nner fol pwed an informal house warming ea given yesterday afternoon at their apartment in the Hadleigh, of which hey have recently taken possession. )there entertaining at St. Mark's Distinctive Xmas Cards We can safely say thiat we have the largest and most unique assortment of Christmas Cards you have ever seenl. New designs meeting every phase of the Yuletide sentiment. We are sure you will like them. See our window display-It Is well North lookingr at. Stamps for -Sale. THNATIONAL REMEMBRANCE SHOP 4Mw r. eter's Shoe) Open Evenimgs PUlti S esieeg FOURTEENTH STREET On Deat Prem~ Pena. Ave, A Visit To Washington Is Incomplete WITHOUT A SIDE TRIP To NORFOLK, Va. Via Historie Potomnee River .ad Chsaea- a., " A OR T H L A ND" "SOU THL A ND" "MIDL AND" Daily At 0.8e P.M. BOts. Sand rdm By Sea City Tiee Ofse '781 teh I. 3. W. NORFOL.K & WASHINGTON STRAM3OAT CA IAN Euc '4S MISS LIND! Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waddy I a house party at the Woods' e were Comdr. Charles Theodo/e Jew ell, Oscar C. Portner, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. W. ('. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. H'-nry Prince Wright. Dr. Charles A. Baker. Mi1%. Olga P ison, and Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam A. Plather. Mrs. Woodrow Wilsion occupied a box at the Nat onal Theater y "t-"r day for the Boston Symphony Orch .: - tra concert. Her guests were Itsron eeu fqV o. Mrs. Edward qJ -11'' Alais - Hunter- 'Calt, Ilnd I . Itolfe Bolling. BAKERS (.EN.. The Secretary of War ind Mr.i Baker wrere guests at dnn er -ast evening Of Mrs. I1. D. .of:inb'erry and Miss Coffnberry, of Cleveland, Ohio. who are Wpending a few days at the Hotel Lafayette on their way home from Hot Springs, V'a. Miss Hannah Patterson, who has been visiting Mrs. Baker, will retur: IV Pittsburgh temorrpw. Tomorrow Mrs. aker will b"' a guest at the lunneon whIn Mrs. Louis Hertle is giving at Gunstn Hall on the Potomac. Several ladies who are garden lovers will be In' aluded among the guests n order te view. the gardens a hunston, which are now a riot of many-colored chrys anthemums. John W. Davis, American ambas sador to Great Britain, and Mrs. Davis sailed yetgrday for England aboard the . S. Aquitania. Upon the expira tion-of his term next M-arch, Mr. Da vis will return to this coutry and will engage In the practice of law in New York. WILaL ATrarNi MATlEE. The children of the Diplomatic Corpn and children of a numer of guohn of Daciyn Arcae ambas shatr on ratrdan andteroo Davr thied maiee peryformEando "aad Dthplina," Aitn wich Uothe stiang tiAfterwar ter. nrbckl Marll hord Da rvcepwion reun to hi sae when arhe yon'sswill enae'n'hracte ace la ,i The children of theBritilomba Caor and LdGeth children ubro ofkengren, ofeocrildren ofeth wie)ga gionstf of lam nd ofb' te atecrle trtothe tieierorance ors Joseph Dumplty."iwhc heIstrng Aftrwar Mor.c Acfalen enterod tained atnon today sage hen he yong gasusts wlaveu n choncr of Madam the ittl ada.u wof oflde tho stare pmr nro ao the Unltyd Amont hoe who he dalrher. Ma ceroted Mr.sAdbaks tinitat the thechildre The the ritis Awere Madorand dyeedes,wfe the Cu-tr baf thinwish Mnster1 and Goine.o NengYrk, th chuirn of thaae ea tMons tfo Safmand. ofs Thoasee tar toganrsie n Mrs. J twordh -e4 Mrs. WHorame Macudderad enter taedng.tinlrmachyoa toda ather afte eit hansr mohr Mrba t FthrUedo .tte wh, wh erndu eterdaMiy trois Quyeads stay aifond atth ba itew Tr. Scott. hov ins of Net York an Blooingon, ada. wl Jonuedaurr Mrs. aHChason. Mext wectk. rs.umwl as. Thumst and Logan Mrs.dredrmwCllfrm rs.f iditto EMit Lnda Wood t.T Wrarron, a The Ceeoti e ue'n.istn M. nd lmr Meno Scuddr it ether' tainiom. Inform3ll astahists ate frea atwas.ay in.. Ca-..or-. 3AY WOOD, 3. Wood, who has been entertaining :untry home at Warrenton, Va. taken possession. 'the countess, who was Miss Laisy Folk, of San Fran cisco, was married to General de lIuyer. of the French cavalry, in 1916, and since his death. in the early d y of the great war, has been assistin; Mrs. William H. Crocker. of CAit fornia in the rebuilding of the vil lage of 'Vitrimont. Just before she sailed for this country. M. Millerai.d conferred upon her the decor.ation of the Legtn of H nor. When the countcsp left Vitri ount it had keen romele ly rebutit . .: r $ A. Lady Scott. of gland, who is in this country for a short visit, will come tqaWashington to be the guest for some days of Capt. Arthur Hep lurn, U. S. N., and Mrs. Hepburn. Mrs. Mattie M. Moore announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Fran ces Lee Moore. to Gerald C. Hennesy on'Saturday. The ceremony was per formed at the Methodist Episcopa Church in Alexandria, Va. Mr. -lien nesy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hennesy, of Brookland. In connection with the Washington Tercentenary Celebration, the Wo men's City Club will prese nt an "evening of Pilgrim Lore." on Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock at the club, 22 Jackson place. The program will be given by Miss Emma L. Ostrander and Miss Violet Pierson, both of the teaders' Club of Washington. with songs by Milss Frnnces Scherger. Mrs. Z. W. Alderman at the piano; the progra.n under the direction of Miss Bess Davis Schreiner, drama chairman of the club. Comnmissioner Mabel T. Bloardman Will be the ' guest * of honor 'apd speaker at the second reception of the season to be given at the College Women's Club. next Wednesday even ing ;ftsm S to 10:30 o'clock. There wili 'be an open evening of cards at the club on Saturday evening. The Business Hzgh School Alumni Association wIll hold their second IOrange and lme subscrIption dance, at 2400 Sixteenth street northwest, next Saturday' evening. November 6. Miss Agatha M. Lanigan Is chairmanm of..the dano. committee again this year'. STOP CATARRK! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD Sa Ces A le nNostrils. If your nostrils are clogged and your head is stuffed and you can't breathe freely be'cau pe oif a cold or a'atatrh, just get n -small b~ottle~ of lily's Cream Halm at nny drug store. Apply a little of this fragrant, anti septic cream Into your nostrils, and let it penetrate t hroukh every air pasg f your head, soothing and hangthe inflamed, swollen mie ous membrane and you get instant relief. Ah! how good it feels. Your nos trils are open, your head is clear no mnore hawking, snuffling, blowing; no more headache, dryness or strug' gling for breath. t~ly's Cream Malm is just what sufferers from head roIeIs and catarrh need. 't's a de lght. @More than 60Oyrs.ago an English chem! ist began to manu facture BEECHAM'S PPAIAS Today they have the larget s of anymdinen the world? Wh.? . ch E BUSY CORNER WNVMa.AT .$ T A L i r.__ & Se OMpead. V m of Gaesis LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS I ~--mlaas~a~il dess and aric e es cording to quality. Jo - ata .y .s $10 and $16.50 -18 to 27 Inc Floune tioneG lace. s' * A yard, $2.50 to as+ms... ,.Latore * . - -t loo Dress - - Ginghams A Yard, 28c -. -A 32-In. Gingham. In --As shown in our window display these 'graments yre made v 'ndTcildre A up of serpentine crepe, but can be fashoned of other materale, * and be just as attractive. , for nea' -- eoftgjgales are, shown here. Ask~ for them at thu' gTd quality ging t ttern counter. - 'Kann' t ort . Kann'o-StetcFlFlooor Kans'sSStree Floor. Smart * SmartSpecial Sale of Tailored Skirts At a Very Special J Price Formerly Priced at $10.00 n 2f27 oice95 Choice -These skirts include both the -Five Offerent styles to select from in this regular and extra sizes, and lot. Jap Silk Blouses in flesh color, black they are' made with plain fronts and white. and gathered backs, also with fullness all arehnd. They have -Pain Tagsor" Mods, two-in-one collar; braid-trimmed, tailored and box-pleated model with collar which can be large outside pockets. They are trimmed with bone' buttons and sAnished with tiarbow and deep belts. -wo -Tb. material is an all-wool front; round neck style, embroidere 'front, serge, in navy and black. with square collar. Another is made with -Such a skirt is generally use- embroidered front, and two-in-one collar. All ful. particularly for business long sleeves, finished at waist with elastic. Second Floor. These at the Bargain Table, Street Floor. Taff eta Silk Petticoat with CottonTo Formerly $3.95 $28 Tomorrow, Choice . ... -The to p is made of a mercerized cotton material. and the bottom has a deep flounce of taffeta silk, trimmed with fancy stitched tucking and a . all pleated ruffle. These are in plain and changeable colorings, also black. They have the Klosit top, and snappers. Regular sizes. w ALSO THESE OTHER GOOD VALUES IN PETTICOATS Petticoats in Reguo Extra Size -ar Sizes Petticoatk -43.50 and 43.75 Heatherbleoom -43.0 Mlack Satee. n Pettifrats, black and colors. Psteytt, mr, at......f Each bear the eatherboloo ar. Anotherisma label, none nulne blc s wihot.c~hic...$.3.00 ?"%iblc d emthowcolorb. At.f.r.. o, ec a A -o3.00 Pase Cloth and Satain withM elastic.( Petticeats, a lkshed with des . t flTomorrow, Choce . o flonace and small ruffle, in At .:.leat afe The black and colore. At ..............:.........-43.ee xethffblein Petti s coetslarblaisans. -44.50 Panne Cloth Pett-oats tra. At....k a in black and colors. Pls At.......... t ............ .. --.00 sateen ettieeats, plain colors or figured 1 69 Eana's-Second Floor. effeets. At......... Heatherbloom Petticoats, Tomorrow at $1.85 -In black, navy, Belgian blue, taupe; made with close-fting top and deep knife pleated flounce. Waist measure from 34 to 88.