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Iowa Falls, Itfwa, Oct. ?Jl ?TVo -oc"5 ? re '-'ded. may file ;.ri,l ;c""ral ether* were more or U-r ' "eric us iy injured following two explosions i>'- a fire which destroy ed the produce plant of Swift nad Co., late Sunday afternoon. J. Aiartrn was srtruck bf a fly ing ti:::')tr. ami died a few hour? hitrr. \ peyor.d explosion ab'ut 10 minutes laier threw a ?piece of iron into the crowd watching the Pic, and killed Al ci v in Shaffer. The explosion was"attributed tn two am'nrmivia tanks used iii connec tion ,vitn thc refrigerating system. DEATH OF 01 CEIURF Count V. Mac "hi di Ci-llare, Italian j Ambassador to the United States i since 1913, fiioti in the Emergency ' liosipit i?, Washington last night' just! as he was about to undergo an opera- j tion. !le had been ill sincc .Saturday. The Ambassad'oi was removed from the embassy to the hospital last nigh', after his physicians had decided that only an operation would have his life J Jle veaehcd the hospital at 1) o'clock and while on the operating table* be- i f^rc the operation was started his, dea th occurred at 9.40 o'clock. 11 is j death was pronounced as due to meson trie thrombosis. The Amiia. sador was years old. .W'y People Buy Rat-Snap in Prefer- j rr.re lo Rat Poison. ?'i) RAT-SNAP absolutely kills | rats and mice. (~) What it d:>esn"! ; K'll it scares away. (3) Rats killed j with EAT-S.NA? leave no smell, Ihcy ? dry, tip inside. (4) Made in cake5!, nr. mixing wilh other food, fr>) Cats or ! dogs won't touch it. Throe si/."s, 2">e !>0r. $3.00. old and guaranteed by li. !i. Knight and Son, Alexandria; Ton kin's Store, Falls Church. TlIK PRESIDENTS CONDITION Announcement 'yesirrday that I 'President Wilson !iad appoint ?:! j Owne D. Young, of SchoicciaJy,! N. V., as a m: nibe"*1 of the public j firo'i;j) ri fhi National Industrial | Corc/Vrcnce, was cited by White 1 ifou'ie r facials as V':'uting reports . Brigh* "y<2?., a clear t;bin and a body f ull of youth and health may be yours if ycu will keep your system in order by taking GDI The wnrld's .'.tandaru remedy 'orki?lncr, liver, l\udc.v .ltu! v. !?? aci.l tro-.ic'os. :h:? liV. mii-s us life cr.'i leaks. I:i uj-; si;. ro A!! ili'.iiif ti?r > sia.*. icot for t*!C- 7.: rr.e Mk'.i! 0:1 bw;t boz u'i accot r.n imiiittinn ' that Mr. Wilson's ilbijrjrs--?: i cre'd him incapable of ? attending to j: i any business. Theses urfi-ciak. l;, lit was nut the first official President had -aken sincV^"?j>e fj 1 earnc ili. Kca/ Auiiih-yl/rj^ia^bis hi 5 physician, it v/xtr'&spgi^&ow. lever, wc'uld ec n iir.uc*. to, dq ? he k j ccul'd to dissuade1 from |* < giving . his attention' to-:'?any." affairs J;| j other than those regard^-as abso- i I ItUily essential. They> appointment i of Mr. Young was considered neces ; sav*. inasmuch as .a place in the j public group cf the Icklu~tript Cx^i i ferencc iiad been vacated bjf th'c^ ill; j health of Fuller Cuilawsty; '?"thW-ft*' i e;-aif ' originally appointed, ? l-ncffie-iai' reports at the.;. White; II< use- indicated the PresidetV con-: dition had changed but ? Jittie 'throughout yesterday, although ;a correction of his digfrstive' disfcorb ? iit-.'s cf yesterday hail been effect ed. There was nothing in the con vocations about the offices of the White House to indicate' a recurrr o'iiCe of hi* glandular ailment, and' mtinrbers of his household v/ho are j familiar with his condition display-1 ' ?: throughout the day an r.ir of bp- j tiinirtm. The condition of the President early in (he day was noted in the following bulletin, signed by Rear A'i::jirtil.i Grayson and Stitt and * ?r. Ruff in: The President's digestive disturb ance has subsided almost complete ly. After a fairly good night he is comfortable this morning. ^s!!us7 KethingonEarthlikeSiiiiple "fieta j It"' for Corn3 or CfeJlaipp A callus, or thickoncd ?'Vii? sn ! the* nolo of the foot. v/Vi-l. uflaa [ makes walking a.aaijrarjr'Js ?. * ,'...nio nature us a rris:. '"J '.r " j I life: ?sGcl2-*4u ifd Dancc. Evt.c M'l'h 11 03 SJ j n-move:". it, as easily ;t ?I '.n toughest corns. I3y usiiu; - * : r- or "Oots-It" o.i the caliur ; ? .ill ?)?_? -.Me to peel it off wit!" -/?"? j i'.i?;:c ?>', :a oat complete ?jic*:* i*. : i ::s you would a banana oefti. IL !ic.vos tho skin free and smooth ?ee though you never had a callus. i?? ' ;:ecd no more fussy plasters, atkks j lapo/'pacWugey" bandages.knives oi i scissor* for corns or calluses. "Gcta - It" i:? the national corn remover, the I M;rKf.st on earth, used by millions. It i i ver failn. You'll work, play and c'ance at r-sse in i;pite of corns. "Guts-It," the only sun*, guaranteed, vmntfy-baok coin-remover, coctsj but :> trlilo at i'.ny I'mg" rtort*. itTd b':' 1$. Lawrence & t'o . Chicago. 711. Sold in Alexandria and recommend ? i as the world's best corn remedy by JMCHARD GIBSON, FRANK WAR FIELD. ?Vj-'f J^ia _ ITHE OLD H."?LiABLE j JilLyEAST P""""" cms *3 For parity, digestibility and that fine even texture v.p.d delicacy of home baking, for which all r*cod cooks are praised, use Rumford. Always of uniform strength and means household economy. V0VV313 '-?Uwd *>'???? >'w?ui^cs vdlBl In ihis day of uncertain deliveries, used cars for sale are novelties. We list below a few cars in first class condition that will no doubt, go rapidly. Avail yourself of the opportunity, now. 1-1917 Maxwell Touring Car, in A-l condi tion, 4 new tires $450.00 8 cylinder Cadillac, in perfect condition. Price right to quick buyer. i > Immediate delivery on one I new Dodge Roadster. Fletcher Motor Go. South Alfred Street. Telephone 379 - f? ' HANDKERCHIEFS (+ \ 1 ' J K I + * ; ?: I ?? Women's ifte quality handker chiei^piain arid colored .borders, regular price' 25c, special 15c ! . ? iV ' ?=|| I Alexandria's Best Store SILK MESSAUNE A splendid selection of the heav iest silk messaline on the market,. | regular $2.25 to $2.59 erade, spe cial ....; $i.89 Tomorrow Starts the Second Week of the Greatest Sale in the History of Alexandria. Over $200,000 Stock of the Highest Class Merchandise at Sensational Prices 50 NIFTY CLASSY COATS SELECTED FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK ?WONDERFUL VELOURS?CHEVIOTS, CHAMOIS VELOURS IN A BEWILDERING ASSORTMENT OF THE NEWEST AND MOST EX CLUSIVE MODELS . The Actual Price of These Coats Are From $45,00 to $55.00 Women's and Misses5 Sizes These garments are from the hand of the country's greatest designers. Dressy coats and tailored coats, some trimmed with selected furs. I;ig Helt ed roomy coats in all the season's best shades. POSITIVELY ON SALE TOMORROW ONLY PERCALES 36-in. percales in pret ty light and dark pat terns, standard brands only, fine count, worth 50c a yard, ........ 35c 1 TRICOTINE All wool tricotine, 54 inches 4 wide, regular price is $5.00 to $5:50, navy, black and plum, special .. .?f.. .^$4.65 CHARMEUSE Heaviest qu a 1 i t y ^harmeuse made in all shades, regular price $4.25 to $4.75, special at $3.89 GINGHAM ? Blue and white strip ed ginghams, 32-inches wide todays price is 59c special ...... 39c CHAMBRAYS Assorted lot of fam ous brand chambrays and gingliams. regula r price 50c, special .. 39c Hosiery Specials Women's finest quality silk hose, bought to sell at $3.00 a pair, special $"2.50 Women's famous Betsy Ross Pure Silk Hose. The new price is $2.25, special $1.75 ? Women's famous Ispwick Hosiery, black, white and cor dovan, regular 69c, special 50c Children's fine ribbed black or brown hosiery, regular price 49c, special ........ 25c Women's' fine lisle hose, black and white only. Regular 49c grade, 25c Men's heavy grey wool and cotton work hose, regular 50c special 39c Specials From Our New Third Floor t Admitted by every visitor to be the best arranged department of ill's kind in Washington or vicinity. Children's Gingham School Dresses in neat patterns in dark and light ging hams, ages 8 to 14 years, special at ? ? $3.49 Women's Embroidered Trimmed Drawers, regular $1.00 value 79c Infant's Slips?fancy and plain, regular $1.00 to $1.50 grade 89c Baby's Bibs, nainsook, pique and georgette, embroidered special .. 39c to 6&c Baby's Gertrude Skirts, lace and embroidered trimmed, special $1.25 Infant's Wool Cashmere Hose, all sizes, worth $1.00 a pair, special ? (iOc INFANT'S SWEATERS. We have just received a shipment .of beautiful sweaters, caps, sacques, Ieggins and other knit goods, that were purchased last spring. The prices on these have advanced 30 per cent, but while our stock last, we'U give you the advantage of our early buying.