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RUSH HARINGS ONTARIFFBILL, Penrose Says Some Delay Is Unavoidabl.-Farmers to Present Arguments. by U----seal News seeiss. The hearings en the permanent tariff bill will be expedited by the Senate Finance Committee with a View to getting the bill through Congress with the least possible de lay, Senator Boles Penrose (Rep.). chairman of - the committee, said today. "We have over 400 requests penrI ing for hearings on the bill, which indicates that in spite of all efforts tO expedite it, some delay will be unavoidable," jaid Senator Penrose. Representatives of the wool in dustry were heard again today in behalf of their plea for a straight 11-cent duty on scoured wool, and the elimination of the greased wool duty altogether. . Later, representatives of various farm-producing industries will pro sept their arguments in favor of schedules they have prepared. Hearings will be reopened on some of the schedules already tentatively approved. That the tariff bill will meet with considerable delay, in spite of efforts to rush it through, is indicated by the action of the Senate yesterday afternoon in voting to extend the present emergency tariff bill until 'a permanent tariff shall have been enacted and placed in effect. NEXT GERMAN PAYMENT TO BE MADE IN GOODS BERLIN. Nov. 9.-The next instal 3nent of German indemnity has been covered by goods delivered to the allies. Minister of Finance Hermes announced in the Reichstag today. It has been reported In both Lmn don and Parts that Germany might default on her next indemnity pay ment because qhe could not find gold with which to meet it. It is due January 15. MARRIAGE OF CONVICT NOW DECLARED ILLEGAL TOPEKA, Kan., Nov. 9.-The mar riage of Elmer Inman to Miss La. vona Codding, daughter of J. K. Cod ding, formerly warden of the State rpenitentiary, was illegal, Judge C. W. Smith, executive clerk to Governor Allen, asserted yesterday. His opin ion is based on the ground that the convict was not in possession of citi zenship rights at the time of the mar riage at Holdenville, Okla., August 25, 1921. RAID ON TOY SHOP GIVES CHILDREN "GRAND PARADE" NEW YORK, Nov. 9.-It *as prob ably the noisiest and most enthusias tio-parade Brooklyn ever had. There were at least fifty youngsters in line. and every one was beating a drum. About the time the parade thrust itself on thc notice of the police the latter learned the front window of a toy shop had been shattcred by a ball. Parade adjourned. ADVERTISEMENT. Tells Hoe She Gained Weight and Strength by Taking Bitro-Phosphate 'Thousands of this. run - down people.. whose nervous en. errtoi nearly ex hausted. are tarn. iag to Bitro-Phos hate. as dispensedo sleadin ru help/ to re-e talise the nerves increase bodily weight and ',ring har energy and mental keen. sess. Mits weorgta nce thin ad frail. reporting her own experience, writes: "Bitro - Phosphate has brought about a magic tranafor marion with me. I gained 1S penads s- never before felt so wel. eu&)ceC lrug .mo.res ."n, jlt ro-Phosphate under a guarantee of satisfaction or money back. STIlT HUMAN NATUE Make people like you. get along better. make more money,. dievelop a winning per annaity, learn to know people aa they are. Send Bcent. sanpat for 'tPersonae Adldrea Progress League. 3196 Union sq.. Nlew York. FOR CONSTIPATION BEECHAM'S PILLS IF YOU HAD A NECK AsB.ONG AS TitFELLOW, SORE THROAT " TONS|LINE ,e --*. for helth an beuyTk Yeswt Io She is Charming Wife of French Cabinet Member A recent portrait of Mi. Ber helot, one o( the most charming members of the French cabinet circle. She is the wife of the sec retary of foreign affairs. HIGH SHOE PRICE ERA AT END, SAYS MANUFACTURER BOSTON. Nov. 9.-The era of high shoe. prices has practically ended. and in the near future it will be possible to purchase good shoes for $3.50 and .$4, L. Q. White. president of the L. Q. White Shoe Company. of Bridgewater, told the State board of conciliation and arbitration yes terday. Speaking at a hearing on a pro posed wage cut of 25 per cent In factories in the Brockton district, White asserted cheaper shoes would be made in St. Louis, and that un less Massachusetts manufacturers are enabled to reduce their wage scales they would be unable to meet competition. ROAD FINED FOR FAILING TO LET MEN OFF TO VOTE CHICAGO, Nov.. 8.-The Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company was found guilty yesterday of refusing to permit twenty-five em ployes to absent themselves from work for two hours with pay to vote in the primaries last April. Judge Frank Righeimer, in county court, fined the company $100 in each of the twenty-five cases. An appeal will be taken, the company's attorney announced, to test the law requiring employers to pay for the time em ployee spend voting. SNOWSTORM PREVAILS IN PARTS OF FIVE STATES CHICAGO, Nov. 9.-A snowstorm prevailed in parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin and South Dakota and lower Michigan yesterday. Tempera tures went down throughout the area, with 22 above at Valentine. the lowest officially reported for Nebraska. The snowfall was heavy in Omaha, other parts of eastern Nebraska and western lowh, but no interruption to railroad or wire traffic was reported. Big Wheat Crop Harvested. WINNIPEG, . Nov. 9.-Forty-eight million, one hundred and twenty-five thousands bushels is the total of the wheat crop harvested in Manitoba this year, according to the estimate of the provincial department of agri culture just published. The average yield to the acre is 13.75 bushels from an area of 3.500.000 planted to wheat. The crop is about 10,500,000 bushels greater than that of last year and s accounted for largely by the fact that there was an increase of about 400.000 acres in the area planted to wheat in 1920. due to an increased number of farmers operating. Gold Mines to Be Developed. ST. JOHN, New Brunswick, Nov. 9. -Extensive gold mining developm.nt work may be carried on in New Bruni wick soon. It is said a syndicate is being formed, headed by Miles Walker. an English mining engineer, who has spent considerable time in India snel Africa, where he was chief engineer of the largest mining operations of Brit ish capital. The prospects which thte syndicate proposal to develop, and for which the necessary gold mining rights have been taken out, are 1o cated in Charlotte, Sunbury, Queens and Victoria counties. Grazing Leases Extended. WINNIPEG. Manitoba. Nov. 9. Holders of grazing leases in Mani tohn, Saskatchewan. Alberta, and the Peach River Block. British Colum bia. are now entitled to four years notice in the event of their having to relInquish the land, instead of three years. as heretofore. The rog ulation has been made by an order in-council on the representation that three years is not sufficient time in whichl to enable a rancher who re ceives notice of cancellation, to bring his qtock to maturity or dispose of them to advantage. Iron Ore Analyzed. EDMONTON. Alberta, Nov. 9. The recently discovered deposit of iron ore on the shore of IAke Athabesca, reported to contain 1 54,000.l00 tons, has been the subject of analysis by the University of Alberta. Specimens were found to contain approimately' 21 per cent ailiece 70 per cent iron oxide, .02 per cent phosphorus and .07 per cent mulphur, with equivalent of iron in the iron oxide 50 per cent. Canada Sheep Score. LETHRRTIDOE. Alberta, Nov. . Three championships, seven first prises, thirteen second, ten third, nine fourth, and ten fifth prises for sheep have, been won in the face of teeen competition At the Oregon State z'air, at Salem hy' A. ('. Stewert, of this city. Mr. Atewart exhibited forty head of sheep of the Lincoln, Southdown and Shropshire breeds. Fuller's Earth Deposit Found. VANCOl'VEll, Biritish (Columhie, Nov. 9.-Yiscovery of a i~r'ye vinosit of foller's earth at Northern. liritish r'oilumhis, is renortNd by' Raliph fl. T'sup, of Newi York. Mr. Jerssuip has b-ft for New York, where he will en 4svar to interest capital to egplt Ms find. CAPlL Bows TO IMIAUST AND ORCHESTRA Return of Phllahlpa Sym+ phony With stokoweki Haled Wih Deght The return of the Phialphla Or. chestra and Leopold StokwshI. Its incomparable enductor. brought a capacity audilsee to the Natloaal Theater yesterday afterneog. filled with enthuslasm is its welom.e ot these deglihtful artISts. And to Efrem Zimbalist. soloist for this first con cert of the season, a real gvatoa was given by audience and by orchestra it self for one of the loeliest renditions of the Brahms violit concerto in D major that one can isagne. Zimbalist rose to. height upon height in the pure per fection of his playing, g its cliumx In a marvelous csdeqs at the close of the first movement. It was an "Auer" cadenma, the violinist said, when he was found at the close of the ovation with his eyes filled with tears over the sponstaneous warmth of his hearers. iUke Lyre Gan. Big running passages of perfect suavity, fineness of every detail of phrase, most delicate of trills. and through all most exquisite theme painting, like lyric gems, or like soar ing arias, revealed a surety and com mand of technique and of rare tone that held one breathless at times. While under it all that rarely sympathotic sway of Stokowski brought out the rich harmony of Brahms orchestra, and themes into which breadth and feeling were pour ed in richest tone, from his perfectly attuned Instrument-the orchestra. It was Zimbalist as a master artist, reaching almost an ecstasy in the lovely adagio, and vibrant and poetic in the gypsy "giocoso" of the final allegro. Orchestra Reseated. A new seating arrangement for orchestra has been worked out by Mr. Stokowski, placing the augment ed cello choir in front where the sec ond violins usually are placed. There as a compactness of the choirs, the brasses in the center, the cellos bas anced against the big double bass choir on the other side. Though on the right side of -the house there seems less vibrancy from the cellos than in their former place under the conductor's baton. A novelty on the orchestral pro gram were two dances of ancient Greece. by Eric Satie, orchestrated by Debussy. Simple in instrumentation, they have the 4varmth of atmosphere of this festival of the "Gymnopedia." making the charm of their interpreta tion significant work for the haps, the suave violins and the abrupt entry of the brasses. Berlios's three excerpts from "La Dampation de Faust" brought out a charming caprioe in the winds and in the dynamic contrasts of the Mennet. a languid andante and delicate close to the dance of the sylphs, with some of those furloso climaxes t bat Sto kowski builds so splendidly in the Hungarian march. Wagner Scene Closes Program. A great Wagner scene closed the program, with the "Woman's Fare well" and the "Fire Music" from Walkure. Here Mr. Stokowski has blended his orchestra masterfully, veiling the story that creeps through in its themes, the Eternal Sleeli coming out less dominantly than we've heard it, though the big love theme was nobly heroic and the agtato of the surging flames of the Fire Music a final treampn for the great Philadelphia orchestra and its great conductor. JESSIE~ MacBRID1.. ONE-ARMED MAN IS EXPERT RABBIT HUNTER HARRISBURG, Nov. 9.-Joseph Moyer, seventy-one years old, has only one arm, but he can qualify with two-armed hunters when it comes to getting game. Moyer braces his gun against his left shoulder and pulls the trigger with his left hand. He bag god three rabbitt in one day this week. Last year he got a wild turkey, and says this year he may go after a der. SIX-PRONGED ELK' FOUND DEAD FROM GUN WOUND HUNTINGTON. Pa.. Nov. 9.-A majestIc elk, with six prongs,, that apparently had been dead a weak, was discovered in a clump of bushes near New FountaIn Inn by Jesse and Harvey Deyarmin,. of Duncants Vle. The beautiful animal had been struck in the hIp by a ball from a high-powered rifle. It is believed it was shot by an Irate farmer, follow ing damage to his fruit trees, and staggered into the brush to die. CZECHOSLOVAKIA ORDERS Painter Falls 75 Feet. NORFOLK, Va., Nov. .-.J. L. Johnson, a painter, fell seventy-five fet to the ground from a smokestack upon whIch he was working yestprdy morning in the yards of the Nrfolk and Western railroad. He is expected to die from his injuries. DRi. LEHMAN PLATE SPECIALIT ROOF'LSS ANCHOR, BAE PLATES 1T T/G.MT 5ATIBFACTION G'AaANTY3D PLATES-$15 R'ats eaire ehsmrs While You W.. ........ DR. LEHMAN "ata S07th St.N. WEp. iu Tk~dmd3Rn BATLE LOOMS R. Wise. bs misnaI New. be., c.... True Wilso., general sretary of the board of tasmper anse psehlbities ad public morals of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 5O C SURIAX is det ecited about this blue law The ble law cry was simply aFordney Seeks Compromise heax to prejudce peopi. a Maximum of 40 P. C-es eleam gseru mnti Dr. Wil ton t- Backed by Leaders. elared tady inhi rept to th beard of managers of the organi- By A. 0. Hawd. caton. labvianlmlt New. wetsh.. "The recent blue law hoax was The tax battle shifted to the House the second of its breed in Amen- toy, when the tax revin bill, as atn hitery. The latter day fake, which must have made the late Mr. Passed by the denate, was received in Barn look up or down with a that body. gin on his face, offered as its Under the leadership of Represen* crowin falsehood the statement tative rear (Rep.) of Wisconsin, an that the rampant prhibitionist, energetic drive I. under way to secure were going to pohibit automobile the House indorsement of thu Senate riding on Sunday. provision for a 50 per cent maximum Wheatley surtax on incomes. The House pr Clu DrveOpes.viously fixed this maximum at i2 The drive totr $20,000 for the bene. per cent. fit of the Phyllis Wheatley club was The bill is expected to be taken up launched last nigfht. Tho campaign In the House tomorrow, to be sent to will close Novenmber 10. conference. The advocates of the high - Address Any Communication ti -D IFY0 WANT A GE 1BETTER COFFEE than the blend we have provided In D. L. d. Gold flag Coffee we fear you will not find it In Washington. There lit always one best blend, and we will leave It tp to your s Judgment as to whether field Bag Coffee _________ sets that standard. Only a trial can show You. WITHY go out of there ivea I D G you COMPL prove to you that t GO D AG s uality, second ast U e rvice ceost you n energeB dorders are so hand C Ohe E E nStore nerent you a 1-Lb. Bap, 2 5 c Faney Florida i Mvelt r's Maai CLOVER BLOOM Campbel's pork BUTTER, 52c Cambel' Tome 1f b. Print yE l y o e ta e u Large Can Toma Dr. Schindler's Fine Quality Sul PEANUT BUTTER premier Salad I is just the filler for luncheon sandwiches. Famous Tempter Besides being the tastiesth it'e also the most economical. A y n i 4IF YOATA lb ear Me~rmur 's Oatse BETTER 00FE e Wsh6ng oz. glass . . . . Cream o wheat 11 y oz. glass .............25c Sold Medal Boo b d "OME Virginia Sweet I Mrs. a whEe B C you flk, oo oce teytrthi e rv~e. Is N. 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Repro. ipt, and akespsareaa fo., to sealative Loaguorth and other in. gethr with a large collection of an entlal leaders H efforts to prevent cosltea of the House tothe re wer. moved. Mutay .1 er valuables per cent maximum rate suggesting as a comupromise a 40 per valued at 110.000. wasn burned. cent maxium. ARGENTINdA PUTS 0. K. ON DISABLED VET LEAGUE RIDDLE AS U. S. ENVOY PLANS HOTEL BOOTHS BUENOS AIRES. Nov. b-Accord Samuel J. Reed. of the National Die- i'W to la Rason9. the Argentine abled soldlerW L0, has la A government has been asked whether Mrs. Tillie Doran in charge or that Jahn Wallace Riddell, of Minnesota. organisation' booths In local hotels. would be persona grata as United Mrs. Doran will be assisted by the states ambassador, and the govern. following: ors. D. Walter. Mrs. Roberta Vol- mOnt has replied to the affirmative. land. Mrs. Mi. Mhsackiefortt. Mrs. Mina Riddell has held several high diplo" sile Lynch, Mrs. lCdwin W. Mooring, mate posts. He has been ambasa Mrs. Emma Belt. Mr.: Salome Mane dor to Russia. minister to Servia and field. Mrs. Delia Ward. Mrs. Sadie minister to Rumania. HI. last post Lewis. the Misses 0OW. McNeal. Doha. was as ambassador to Russia. which othy Wilson. Myra Riley. Lua Me he held from December. 1D00r until ski, Doothy Buckley. and Maud 130r. Frederick J. sthmson is the otderick. present ambassador to Argentina. the president, D.b-S., 2325 1trSt. N.tW. PhneCol. tICT ROCERY 4TYaK GE nIs Our Le package ai our custor It lath your Way and carry arms full of groceries when TEED) to -- Store just around the corner ready to give roun, to ETE grocery service? D-C-S members want to Each pe e can give you complete satisfaction, first as to of delieo prices (nonw are lower), and, above all, DR-S In t vthing. Delivery, personal attention and phone dE EI das to bring highest quality groceries at abso- A to your door. Market this week at the De-S Per id make an comparison you like. e t, tSpaghetti aid Needles, 2 Pkgs. 25e BES Anddled . er. higd mati poetp He ha bee ambasa-1 diFeuper.n . " " " e 15e 10OPow to: e n. . " . " . 15. dor Coo,, per mann t "erva1an ressimg, large jar Ruai. . 37 a Brawd Maple Flaa dr Syrtp, R "The Ddoh Bukly an ad10. Frdrc . 1t4 snc h e Pre e D 2 t . . W. Po ttle Quality po pro.en Ie . . " . - - --- quali. O kwheat Flor, package a. 100 5Lb. I rand Self-Rising Parnake Flo r, - ey seres S ee BOh a prce (nn ar oe) and aboe al 14, D- - ad aohng.b Deivery whol atentio lb d 25.n SEl ed alse toBreakfaghst qua1,lty prcrie 45t abs- RE CES Ayordor H MSre AThi LWEST atthES -dG-l ad . Be s . . . . alen Warsing.on .aes pe loa 75.1 Pou res er suppl yo w.t F.s F. uit .a1nd LKCra E CHO.CO.. 2 IU rein, large jMrC.I. . .T37 Brood for l Flarrwnr-p t"Th deihats lr paPugr. e As Moth-Le radiec-iiing.ae lar 'AVI INE PRICE ADVANOW 1 1.2 CTS GALLON IN CHIC 01 'l tio, Nov '#--The tandare Ai Comspany, of Indiana. that effetive tudsy. the price fd iue would be Increased 1% @sitW gallon and the price of herosene 1 a gallon. a ilos the second increase In hicago prices now will be 190 cents t&r gasoline a taak and $I cents at (Wing stations. Cudfcura Soap Com lexions' Artificial EYES _w. nukae a fitting W them. A. Kahn, lc., 935 F St. 55. K _X BPARKLING LATINE ider. Because it is the Aeonomical ad gives the best of satisfaction to ers. ? only Gelatine that is GUARAN. us by the manufacturers, and we n purchase price to anyone who issatisfied FOR ANY REASON. ickage will make FOUR PINTS a jelly, or four separate Desserts -each enough for a family of six. ion to jellies it is used to make iTS, PUDDIINGS, SALADS, ICE 18, SHERIIETS and CANDIES. Make; Dessert With HKNOX RECIPES IN 190EACH PACKAGE. T GRANULATED 1AR, 57c rids RESOTA FLOUR Prize Bread Flour of the World" e making comparisons unless the oves the Worth. Ceresota has value long ago-yon kr w its ount the savings at these prices: *a,29c 12-.s,64c DEN'S l-TellT1 foodr25 ole IshFresh wail Ftres r Made It"