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01"0101 ~ ave ben .mbed toe FED ~ ~ ~ i asIT IL h suit fss swalats sold Ste. unar y in. Joasephnminf. wile oa dek and suit meschamt at Coney Isand. 6The Wifeden OMays~ mhe WoasAwak at ,PORCIBLY M, SO HErzonz ar aMr Nhg addde and aguis. 141 after m she NEW YOE. Bes. 1s.-f a wie h s. e bedcame abusive and iSEEKDVdCEher husband toeasu enhehaheups ad nwokt ger rnt fo her per tdwd ao FAIELESS ~' (IRC10 -e atents 1" rm A at" sngs rthatsheh~ 't bela Ahd a lTm a ob csad o 6oWe says as Ask. dd to y Aned at Nght and F 1d Ope share the surAuat ; sebas. --his Woth Carpets pert semed to aIfe whe.' U tsin aof toldo make an. "a he eet the baglI my daos ad taoed ml to -alws Now YORK. $ept. 25.-If a wits ot the nuts. He becamie abusive and o forWed by her husband to seat p finally ran out. only to return latsu nuts aganst hr wil. fI that sutll when he p nine.d up bis belonglaa dent grounds Aor a separIon? taoed away for the Jays." O.......c... 124 .s S . N.. Depot .. YOU'LL 9OME OUT "SMILING AIULE U TAOI- hr htlut kbvd M I Flb hei WO-Ork$ AIs of TO ny Gel, Goldcrowml that look natural. ilsit@ peryect. Will -Cr w Iat Inefionitely. Red to may.) Goaroteoo. ORO BOND 714th IL I5W1 IMIaII 5-0k ., 10-1 li~k. Wed. I P. m Your Winter Coal ANTIRACITE costs csmunumers almost wian as it cost befs the war. Mftacs texrtles building matedal leiathetu, ost mo thea twife as much as did fomerly. Nevertheless It bs Perfectly Materal that you do met MMk to pay present coa lPrihes , Neither do we. But With wages at the mime fmed until net yea at 13 per cookI above pro-war levels. And freight rates; 100 per cent higher; With cur ps.d Per teon9so mIl that If WCbtodk It all off It would mW ne any material differemo to the bdiwidual comr We do not see how prcscan be reduced. A torn of coal in the bin to worth two in the mime. We We Griffith SOffice 1245 1sat St. N.E Depot The maers of Onyx Silk Hosiery sayw a-No 3IaDIfg$ CO Starving Ri .Turkey Giv By Amer John B. Lamer, of the Washi has received a letter from C. V work In Turkey, telling of his The letter, postmqrked Consti How I wish I coud share with YS the thrills of these titt ftw days in r,..A. n.his - 1. The Inevitable receptisn at the deck with aompan e erphs limed up with flags, flowe and"a nor5 Usig sems of welcome and ppom a intended tor you and tOe eter American oontributare, but In your absece tendered to our partf a your reposentatives. Camp No 1 flled chifl wthwomen and =.idem receiving only one o f bread a day and even that loaf rigidly de nd to any famoy having a member able to worst, regardless of the in. a the average efuge to find wo1rkin, Castantle 8. Our Constantinople warehouse throughwhich Cow suppUe for our lclIotuloms. 4. Our garage and workshops that make possible the transportation of thes supplies. S. The beautifully kept Jewis or. = ,su= in part by Near 6. A girls industrial school at Ornateukeuy, where girls, many of them taken from Moslem harems. ae seeking self-support by means of work given them sos Make aoss. Or The boys' Industrial orphanage at Scutari, where boys are making shoes that would do credit to a Massachusetts shoe faotory and achieving practically full support. while at e Dame time providing shoes for most of the orphans in this area. pakn of shoes. "a I write we a ng aboard the ship on which I am tra lng. leather for 11,000 pairs of shoeck which our boys In Caucdlous are to make into shoes for that pumber of orphans for the coming winter. During the summer shoes are a luxury of which no or phan should dream. 8. The Koolell orphanage on the Asitic side of the Bosphorus. where we took motion pictures of 1.000 or. phan boys in one enclosure, led by their primitive brass band, boy scouts and home-made banners. It was an Inspiration to watch these boys but recently saved from ex termination. march past us and to forecast their possible influence on the New Near Mat. S. The trachoma hospital under the direction of Miss Cushman. for. merly of Honis. Here we saw more than 200 boys undergoing tretment for trachoma and blindne. Other boys are put through this hospital an fast as cures can be effected. and doubtless hundrede If not thousands of men in the future will owe their sight to the treatment which is now being given. The above was_ all crowded into A SI agoea, agesis T e ic shewk ae s -'h 51 lssian8 In en New Life ican Succor agton Loan and Trust Company, . Vickrey, who Is doint welfare ~xcriccts In that country, pn ople, fbIlows: a eidie ayafterorsi snoher at 10 a. m In the n eROM. min" th day has be ""U"1=1h Dearke tre. housesnorethan towe of flour, beans sad rice which we are taking with " toouorhagsIth camuea in addito t M ble medical and industrial supplish whish are being loaded from the warebhen aee In Cofntaatluhie. While leading at DernAe we had vsthe" beautiful byDr. Mltt on the ill beck of N,= ,l with it four ~beanldead t , Hutdoor Preventorium and sevety or mere cases of isolated traehom. This Is praetically the only ela Institution operating in all ares. Then cams a visit to Holt's orphanage of 360 girls' nearby and to the wrecked ad pillaged property at Bardissg. fifteen miles away from which our orphans were recently removed to Dersidje, "n gongt rsm we crossed the bei elds wh e t reeks ad Turks were fighting within the last thirty days. and along which hel mets, shels and other material were still scattered. The orphans from Bardisag we saw sleeping, eating and playing In our warehouses at Derindje, having for their beds only the cobblestone noors ecept a by their own Ingenuity a~iy have con structed. bes and other oomforts. I felt that I had never beard sweet er music than was made by lusty voices as they sang, not only native anthems and songs. but in ezbellent English "My Country 'Ti. of Thee." "The Star Spangled ban nor." and other well-known Ameri can songs. While I write we are lying In dock at Constantinople, taking in addi tional supplies for the Chucasus. whence we sail as soon as loading is completed. Everything we have seen thus far, of course. centers around Constantinople, which statis tically and otherwise Is perhaps the least important of our relief centers. The real work Is in the interior, where we cannot travel on account of the Kemallsts. and In the Cauca sus, whence we sail tomorrow. CARDINAL GIBBONS RED MAT HUNG IN CATHEDRAL a"ALTIMORU, Sept. 26.-The red hat of the late Cardinal Gibbons was hung yesterday In the arch to the left of the archiepiscopal throne in the cathedral. lways wash silk ockings in ~3 3~ S1 I1 ?fd .a . s. pmt SYLVAN DI CAMP LIl FAY KIN( She Prefers Kite Glad Surm F.it Dy FAT RING. NNW YORM Sept. U-i'm m Siad summir Is over Not being bult for bathi gu eoa-o, z n4wheUn, ..t py laS amala or golf and met .os.a. rtees r bea.al andumi ern ar but msuto b ies easy resan e to a .el e otme he at duead fr see. the nod beeno outa. Se i . abetiu .in suwnsti rig t l a mce heetreand Bnernsare ertosa T b.td mngup a nhe it tigu ei mngt kaeeht fad am hore satsIand sawa o shee, don'e peran ar gergaou, aredle and a -a t elss Eyel ie ieD Mse o w4Cth a tng 1eeN -... n o s fand f onr MIdem easnt oom the ant bow ohr DOt udauf ad ag e m = dnt I se ant dwersand bute e lkemy er h mw a. h o. hbne sonds, hvaw hif Io start g aond renda Ifuk .. 1,e foe r be he from woresceksand Is bhg ense fIr eoaw oEtEith ndr of t..hPuica ha's awaoI Am serew sfametro-Pnsp~ By fI oko Toom i, erve od Ire"adpe down o aAn eamme. phbe ma ew ma hiye Dad H iothw Ihe afwfrs ie t @ in Ys "Pl of Ow -nd b i ndaatecrb Fort' soemeId no e thmatm ften, ebcNghynervous q~ vn "ey I t ou wu en. n whipping, bist thy kep !?semkowhowtSart~ 'rowing w. I fougto)an tr Il "n ege"-he eas bhi ut nH mes raeI ,, ein Um asv~oo s wooa Ste to aDt.Po pbat mad agsarantee of satiaaeties o maybmck. H ow---TIII- - ELIGHTS OF E ROUSE 'S FEARS hen to Tent, and Is mer's Over a soand e m' soan ow N"soe aandr"0 f a esserpihr I deg ersve erW*d muckh but I e4 Me* i*Wr e 81EEH DECISION LllKEtY TO Oli; UP T 0 EttON Treasury Head Advised It Ils illegal Longer to Withold Regulations. By W. 19. ATRIN, E01a..neaal Nan. s.. Beer came back to Plague the Treasury today. High finane was relegwted to the background for the moment, while a re-consieration was begun of whether the Government shall Issue regulatsoos, legalising the manufaeture and sale of beor "with a kick" tar medicinal purposes. The .uetion was squarely up to Siecretary Mellon. in a form which cannoti.eAy be wafted aMe. He had before him the bew regulations, as dra by the lga advisers of David H. Blair, _ .'ammn I of In ternal Revenue, and the Oaretary was tam it We be sgal to delay further The regulaton. have been hm up for msenths an the supposition that Congress wou act on the ant beer be. The block in the senate now akes it Improba ide action wnl be bten n that body befre the next todaym DOW" ln.8Nti hae bregulalon allow one ause te l.ow to be Prescribed by a physliin upon one prescription, but do not re trict phy an as to the number they we to Patients ever ertain IThe Department of Justice issued its opinion, upholding the right to anufheture and sell medicinal boe, on March S. Maneuv re by dry leaders staved off reguMetio .a which wouo have authoried breweries to ma boreb for the trade. Oe at. of the Department of Justice mnore re eently have he that an the Volstead law imposes nH prahiimtion on n ternal beer, the course for dry authoritis In to their sanction thrtCueckingd cto theni lymInta C hldefre tene e Torture Mys eea and toer tm be rme mtbe h a . psesa alltc. hicians.a .t te numer.. t..e.. taI to atiet eve ceran it~ opie.i upheding therirh wo .auatr an sel eici bee rI ph ar saed offltrtr wh ch paketabe 0 or tahe trae. ffil ce.l hae held th. tosteadO a thoisIsN.ties the. secantio e t ha.cking the. Ly" *'hil.d ""'.n DR. STRATON-TO SUL HIS CRITICS FORDFAMATION Pastor of C86"ry -aptst chr h nreatens Thse Who Oppose Hhm. NW ToR 0. Sept. se.-cut as tieM was treatened yestesF by the Rev. Joh Reach stratee p ter e the aitwary Dptist Chbar* in a sermen in whi* he atstbd t terly members of his eongageAee who have denounced him resm y for ".m=##=man-m." No decared that unless hi. bee retracted charges they had mads In thenewpoprs hathe wans e he woul tame Mob sad"s " ash esitrmt= s a demoerstis am salitu elitaro Wit thoe peW am an umtohuie pulpat," wie th sb. JHft cc the esLL ID. Stt. o. n0t min"e woarI deo~uncing them members of hsis on mra~s wze he" arned the Hattagi Hort turala" ocie suled as s: rob"""e Msh spoke of thesead women who hws ha d pri C.vax ChurC In an, utterly scm light by their statement; to the nwspaer.s, HYATTSVILLE GROWERS ARE AWARDED PRIZES tA foIuLLrt, m. Sept. 2. The annual lawn petition of the aiveriy - tura society resulted as follows: Ornamental laws, ftirs prime. C. A. Magoon Riveandal; second. 0. oes car. Hyattville; thurd. Mrs. Mil Oeds, Hyattseilo fourth .J. I. Pappe. Riverdale. Beet gardens, first prt. C. A. Mh4e=u Riverdale; secor A. w rot in hda; third C. F. Glam Hyattville; fourkth . u. Werich, Hyattsvlle gnthng In the spring the contests continued until a few days ago. A angm Inspection was made by Thozas H. White and Prot. Thurston. ot the University of Marylend. and a fai npcinb of the saae Institution. Toe annual home and gard n ox nibition ao the society will be held October and 4 In the parish hont of Pinkuy emuorial Church BALL PLAYER HITS HOME RUN; THEN FALLS DEAD meALT ORM. 3", Sept 2. While hundreds Of spectators were rooting enthusiastically for him dur Ing a baseball game yesterday after. noon. George Bender. tntine s old. fnel dead Just after scar cem home run. He was a member of the Franklin Athletlo Club. which was playing with the hhapard tam Death was due to heart trouble 'HAPPIEST PAiRN ON BROADWAY' AGREE TOPART Amelia Stne avd Arnmn KaR:z Sign Paper of Separation. N W TOhMo Sept. 6.-Amelae Stone and Arman JaWls who have wen known amo e theb theatrical uriends an "the hppiest married rouple on Broadway." have signed a separation agreement. The marital difficultie of the couple began some time ago, It was said. Harry Hochheimner. attorney for Kalls confirmed the separation today, and heded that the present situation acd been brought about by mutual agree Misoneaidctatohswul cote invuile untn a ish submited thechn se fthped nandhasigig An e n"Rn Hood.Seapae AGTOR EOR TS IT A HE'SUES Cas, ExZhegeld Of Iasfe and Wastretr and Abo . hargus bfdelt NEW TORK, Sept. 36.-danuel Plonsky, known en the stage as Md. nOy TowNes,.a ..mbo. at the vaade. VMe teaa at sim" ad TewNes. has bisan suit ln' the suprene art ia 2mrEklyn for divorce om UDna . Planry et Eo yu. Plensky alleges miseenduct with an. other San In Phiaddetha ibetweea Mareb and Septemter of this year. They wer ed last ebruary "on the impulse. o Pomky, who as erts he regrets the impulbe. Plonaky eam his wife, who had been on the stage since she was twelve, and one a member of the Zlegfeld Vollies in Chicago, "insisted on drinking liquor, samw a~rtte nd 91ng around In b ta h o ted.,. ad vilsl.,gcabaret until ai hours et the AIs wife were shoes and threw away when they were soiled and t ilk stockn" and had otherwise expensive tastes, smi Pln sky. Mrs. Pl denied a the ane. gations and asker $1.00 counsel feesand$76 a week alinemy, declar. fng Plonsky has a sea act at $294 a week with thieuberto, This Plenday denid.brreserved d CIson. BANKS GATHER FIOURES ON CARUSO'S DEPOSITS NEW YORK, Sept. 36.-Dr. A. Con solaso. of 145 Spring street, re csived a cable yesterday ram his brother, Dr. Gabelele Conoymdo, in Florence. one of the Itaan anerneys for the heirs under the wil of Erloo Caruso, requesting inesmation as to the amounts the singer had on deposit In New York banks at the tie of his death. Dr. Consolaslo Is associated with Dr. Giovanni Porsio. of Naples, as attorney for the Caruso hisrs, Thsy ae engaged at presnt in masking a survey Of the Italian estate and are t In Florence. had large sash deposits with the banks and trust company in S& dition to valuable securitil in the safe deposit branch af the Hude. Trust Company. The figures Dr. ca. s0a44 forwared to his -brother in Florence iq code. Me said that, of course, he bould not make public the Information the bankers gave him. PIlaths WIFE OF CLIFTON FORGE OFFICIAL DIES IN ROANOKE CLIFION FORGE, Va., Sept. 36. Mrs. Mary Pontaine, wife of 5; N. Fontabse, treasurer of this city, yesterday afternoon In aioao where she had been -under' treatment for several weeks, for caner. The body will be brought here to. day and the funeral will be held Tuesday. She Is survived by her husband. two daughters. Misag Vir yinia and Mary. and two brthers. Mak Hankins, city engineer- of Rlchanond, and Lewis Hankins, a contractor of that city. She was a memuber of the Episcopal Church. MRS. ANNIE E. GARNETT. Mrs. Annie E. Garnett, for more than forty years a resident of Wash ington, died yesterday afternoon, fol. lowing a brief Illness. Mrs. Garnett was a native of Coro. line county, Virginia. She was mv enty-three years old. Her husband, Philip Garnett, was until his retire. ment, about two years ago, cashier of the Capital Traction Company.. Be. sides her husband, Mrs. Garnett is sur vived by seven children. Funeral services will be held tomor. row afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of her daugher, Mrs. Alfred Wilkinson, 1530, U street northwest. Interment will be In Glenwood Ceme. tery. - EDWARD I. TI'ER. Folo~wing an extended illness. caus ed directly by an attack of influensa J last January, Edward JTewell Tyser, brother4n-law of Capt. C. P. N. Lord, of the Eleventh precinct, died Satur day. Funeral services were held this afternoon at the home of his sister. Mrs. Lord, 2811 Georgia avenue northwest. Interment was in Rlock Creek Cemetery. Mr. Tyser was born in Washingtca twenty-three years .H was em plcod first by the 'thern Railway and later worked at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. He was a memaber of Dawson Lodge, No. 16, F. A. A. M., and was an active worker at Petworth Methodist Upis copal Church. Surviving Mr. Tyser are his father. Wiluam F. Tyer; Mrs. Lord, and four brothers, George T., Charles E., Frank LeRoy .and W. P. Tyler. 3DAR5- iao nd Go trude . 3dw an ami Ana K UDITE- Alx W. an Mrtha. WAaRIlEGT?4see a Luad Ir 53IC -ai~ 5. and ato ., ,. DEATHS. RARE.-Wewton,. eS wre., U. 5. Soldiot WINM70T--Wi Wasa A., CU ire., Garfeui KUEN-Jekn in., aT yae., umeresw~ REICM3RT--Caretaee, T6 Fys., 616 3sA. ULA-RIemer 16 Ch..bItG'es 3q WNDEATES. WareT~L U.GPaEOR.N ehsd e t above e* 8 .a. Mohery raemn bo, 3. vmii to b shisped to Kns -a &U... - -------m--. 4