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J WILSO/N DICTATES LETTER
JAhttt Lo-Jks Over State Pa.^rirs arid '( Makes G^rta'm Inquiry | The' following bulletin on the /Frcs.'ccrfs ccncHt'ion -was issued at 'the Wbitc House at 10 o'clock la-st hiV/nt: I "The President felt stronger to day. He tried to do more* thla'n he lhas/ done since his illness began, find as a consequence he> is very tired tonigMt." 1 Yesterday \4*s a busy day for 'President Wilson because he i-nsTst i(d cn dicts'ting a long lc'ttcr to the tfnduitrCal Conference and thereby tvi(ht<d the rbsiclu'te r<ist and quiet iprocriijrticn <cf his physicians. The <pz-st few days, however, have been '.-tich good cnes for the President 'iWat ro ill offccts are expefcted to ':ome fre'm his exertion. i The President also liooked over ifien c slate' papers, it is understood ?and inquired about the progress ?made by Secretary of Labor Wil vcn. who is ?ttenoting to 'avert the ?fhrc'atcrcd coal. miners' strike, sla ted to begin November 1. Despite /(?lie fact that he was somewhat , ?resile;-'.-! Monday night he showed ; mo signs <>f fatigue yesterday uncrnlng, and Rear Admiral Cary ?T. Grayson. his personal physic i;an. was well pleased with his con dition. ALSACE REVOLT PLANNED Arch Conspirator, Two Accomplices Arrested, 30.000 Marks, Much ? it-.- Literature Found. tI'Paris, Oct. 22.?Plans for a revolt in 'A'Lacc to take place November 9, hayeiV.bton discovered at Strasbourg, to the Echo do Pali's:,The alleged1 cbureli conspirator, aiv engi^ iciJrjn^nVed lsoMslar, has been. arrest 40?i->V,?t^r.-,.t.wx> _ accomplice?,, and.-'it: is W-lc'jder of' a. Swalist-'Ujni^n i^tif^f^eri|.'^Vatikij'- dep'ut.y\:.; a';uei|. 'p &(?$$>,?' jS^eiiujsfc' iare falie.v.ed.jio',. in5i>Mcfi'?ed. A searchof .^voesslers residence is ' "to .Kfiyc rovealeel a large ;jiri ?? ih'itr'd f .pro.paga rula pa m ph ;e' i-.'^nnd of 35,000 marks. The revolt wW'to be c<5lled on the day that a cdininjiu'r.ist uprising in Germ-any is said to be planned. HELPING SERBIAN ORPHANS Major Kriwin Sidney Savage. Order I ?)f t!ie Golden Cfoss. who has an envl- j ?l'.de war record. is in this country to ' ?i?:iect funds ji) aid Serbian orphans, i lie has just mads a successful cam- ' ;? 'j,n for funds i:i Great Britain. ^??sijght Harvest Hand Along. V' ; a Nebraska farmer living near K " >i:: '.vms working with his harvest i. . . v, wondering how he could get 1". an airplane landed in a i ' d p.ilHi of wheat stubble, and ! ?; ?. i j ? " walked over to the har- ; . ! ?> :ing the other occupant of j 1 ' "'li'.i! i i ids seat. "I've get a j J. found begging on the I ? " a'i'".' tlie a' i itor told tie ? ? , " ' ':;ar!"g n_* the. lack cf J :: 1 i~ hare to ! ? - . - - !na.:i-g rla:;* so i . - '?' getting the jcb !:a srid i : .. _ : _jd. The rest ic cp to j ' a"-; Susiness Need. ?:i. business men in Jnva . ..t It important for the de- ! ..v of trade between that is i the United States that expe reprosentatives of American . . sent there, to remain long .m _ to learn Mlie Dutch language r! s,,i.Iy conditions sufficiently to be i! adapt pr^cnt American coin nereiai methyUi to local needs. MAY NEVER COME TO VOTE .Johnson Amendment Dealing With Alleged Inequality in L^agtve Deemed The Johnson amendment deal ing -with the alleged Lne-quality of rc.rrcscr.ltatic'n in the league of-na ticr's n!!ay never come to a v.ote, ft was learned fast nig.ht. Convinced that the amendment :<s doomed to defeat, the opponents of -the league of nations, rather thm suffer funther humiliation, irby dccide to withdraw t"he amend ment and resubmit it as a reverva tion. Trc-'a'ty rppcncnts are, bdg'inniniir to realize, ft is said, that Ithcy have no support, except that manufac tured iby them, in tlioi^ States, and lire seeking the least conspicuous j\iay out. They Have fa'llem back cn reservations .as a, method to at tract the least attention to their plight. ?Even in the matter of reserva rtirns "the cpponcn'ts of peace were rauticusly feeTinitr their way. with ri: assurance that they could com 'mand sufficient votes. los? positions ?One Office Wi.U I))r<ip Ten Per Cent Monthly Until June Workers in the office of director ?rf finance, purchasing and supply 'division, War Department, arc on "pins ar.d needles" regarding their resitiens. Ten per cent of the force?170 ?workers'?were cut from the payroll ?Saturday, some fretting transfers to other (jcvernment jobs, but a majority losing out altogether. A 10 pen cent reduction will be' made in the force each month from now cn until next June. The reduc tion is made necessary through Irck of appropriations. Brijr. Gen. H. M. Lord is director of financ-. SI A DOZEN EGGS Quoted At 90 Cents Wholesale. Re tail Price Likely $1.05 New York, Oct. 22.?The dollar-a ?lozen- etrx is here. Fresh white egjrs now as scarce as the proverbial teeth 'if the hen, were quoted yesterday a* 90 cents a dozen wholesale. Retailers it was said, probably will ask i dozen for th -n;. The shortage of <"rcsh eggs is due to the express strike. THEY GET ACTION AT ONCE Foley Kidney I'ills invigorate, ?:trcn.'rthen and heal inactive, weal" ml diseased kidneys and bladder. Mrs. C. J. Ellis, 50~> Sth Ave., Sioux :'alls, S. D., writes: "I suffered with 'lidney trouble; used to have severe -?ains across my back and felt m.iser bh and all tired out, but after tak "!g Foley Kidney Pills I am well. 1 Save not been bothered with kidney 'rouble since." They relieve head'ach? ?hearmatic pain-s;, swollen or stiTf ?oinits, puffiness under the eyes, float ing specks. "The Store of Greater Service" ' Dainty Blouses At $7.98 ' A pretty georgette blouse in basque style with sysh and round r.eek without collar in white, flesh, brown or navy. Others have ruffles around the ; neck and over panel frort ar.d back made of a contrasting shade. At $6.98 and $7.98 New French blouses made of sheer voile elaborately trim med with lace and hand em Iroidery, or i>e tucks. Sizes 3(5 to JP. At $2.98 Dozens of styles of voile blouses in dress tailored or semi tailored models trimmed with lace, embroidery and tucks. Second Floor Lansburgh & Cro. >? " ~ ^ , Painting" and Papering |j Done by the day or job at moderate 11 prices COMEAU I 114 North Fayette St. CAR MEN WILL NOT STRIKE Those at Norfolk Agree to Accept Compromise Offer Norfolk, Va., Oct. 22.?Mctormen and conductors operating: cars of the Virginia Railway and Pcwor Com pany here have voted not to strike. ar.J to accept, the traction company's compromise offer cf a five per cent .increase in pay. One week ago, con ductors and motormen in Norfolk. Portsmouth, Richmond and Peters burg voted to so on Strike if in entases Amounting to 'about 20 per ccr.t were r.-ct granted. At a conference between represen tatives of the union and the trac tion company, held in Richmond Sat urday, the men refused to consider a profit sharing: plan. The union com mittee agreed to an increase of five per cent., which i.vcrease has been ratified by the employes of the com pany in Norfolk. An agreement is to be signed, fixing wages of motor men an:! conductors at frcm 11 to 4~> cents an hour, plus five per cent. This agreement will be in force for (vno year. ItlOTERS GO TO JAIL Men Convicted at Waynesboro, Pa..; Get 30 Days Waynesboro), Pa.. Oct. 22.?Fifty-. three of the fifty-eight men convicted for their part in the recent strike I disorders were sentenced to serve 30 j lays in the county jail and pay a f fine cf $25 and the costs of proseeu- ; 'icn by Judge W. Rush Gilla. after their appeal for a new hearing of the , cases had been refused' in court Moin-! r'uy. The men sentenced on more than one count will serve their different! s(rlt('nccJs concurrently, so they will i not be confined more than 30 days. The men started serving their 30; days Monday, immediately after sen- j tence had been passed. PRINCE IS ENRAGED Rupprelrht, of Bavaria. Says he Will Never Face Trial Geneva, Oct. 22.?Prince Rupp rccht, cf Bavari!a. who commanded ? i'e- German forces in northern Fj.2r.cc' Er.-d Belgium. learned Mon /Jr.y at Daves, where he ha> been s'ta'yir:?, that he h included in the Frer.ch list cf s\:x hundred or more war.tcd by the allies for trial for '?rimes strain ft international law. He brcn-me furious and said lie would never give himself un. Prince Ei'fprdcht is accused of heinir the fist aitVny co'mmar.der to employ ro'so'r.ou's erase", when several of ?the- commanders opposed such a nvrjcct. It !;s reported here' that Oount v< r< Berchtold,'former Austro-Hun trartan foriei?*n minister, is on the Italian list "as one of the principal ir.vti.eaters of the? war. Several oilu'r < fticers, .at present in Swit Effp.otive window displny "Jo>r." be Irg user' i:-. the Third Ee.c! Crass Roi Cal!. November 2-11. AVOID THE "FLU You can almost surely escape the/'Fhf and (hippy ' Coids this Fall by Taking Chasco- Vin a Most Palatable Body-IJuilding Tonic. Don't put it off its, much easier Vin, a i;otly-budlditonic that dee Ln keep the "Flu" away than it is to : build. .ure j It is the toning up of the system No one would have the awful ex- ! that counts in keeping the "Flu poricncc of a year ago repeated ; !iway. hence all should take every precau-1 In conjunction with Chasco-Vin we rion, especially those who are weak ! advise using a good anti septic soln rrevvous and run-down. They abso-jlion f?r the throat and no :c and also ?ulcly need Chasco-Vin. jUiat !he levels he kept op?n. During the last epidemic thousands j ("h iseo-Vin i ; sold by lv! r:.r War A-crc safeguarded by taking Chasco- : field, jr., King and 1'itt Strer..:. the world tiie ?nee over ?4. IISTEN, fciiov.T., i.i e~me ^ straight I n!':. M~::y a man when I ??. to^be 40, mis*? r; mn i h i n ?. c m ' 7 h v e lots of money, six! n it::?. family but? He never -v.': nr.:! saw things" gets settled doiv:: zi'c. too late. Every men vsri?:", to een the v/erJJ. I"i r:~~, :e-j to Stu!i.'2 C"P-*! - :I The best li:.:e to is when ycu're lively?ri-ht I -6?! . Ki-ht rr v; ??- ?. . ., . i: caliin;-.'? y ? . ..< -? 3 rrcn fcr ."v.:-.'ivy. .' ? you! It's til-; hi r . you'll ever pr : ? .. ? '_;.j \ the czzz everJ ?7evy ; over the the Seven Sons? t':e e:~ continents? t.'-r:'-itsbusiness. Youstand i'> ere TTior'; cc'i ci?3-.tr;, v/onder "ecrrry gr.cl rf.r.-'nje people 1'icr. y-u ever cl.-er.ncd of! . "uM v"* .r I*'"*"; wliilo yoti ve:!:. Y ?:;']} play >;.rd while you "-"u'.'i cem and !eam. Vor.'.'I ^e':, r?.<!d:l:on to "shore* !c;ve", n Zj-r.-.y c'rr.i^ht vaca ?" "p"! ^an:; president ?an - . - j- t ;o yearr. : rVc f^rough y?iU be ? " ? r j "tuned P" : .-hr. your l:re. '? ?' " ' * ~i Htcticn ? '? : don't ..... .... j. ..... Post. ; ;-ia l.v lei! you. , r -yjn ?S.\^ 5J CWJm.-. > ~ <-r ? \ * -+r\ . /A? f? ???.?a &&?>& < - ? ? " . 7\ f v' y ..V. ? "V. zerlar.d, appeared cn the list. * Tha question of extradition from neutral country is expected to be settled with Switzerland, thus cre ating .a prc-cedint fcr Holland :n llhfc ease of the German emperor. GLAD 10 TESTIFY Says Watcga Lady, "As to What Cardui Has Done for Me, So As To Iie!;> Other' Wafcoga, W. Va.,?Mrs. S. \V. Glad well, of this.lcwn sr.ys: "When about 13 years- of a;re, I suffered greatly. Sonvdirmes wcaM go a month or two, and I had terrible headache, backache, and bearing down pains, and would just (h.ttr and had no appetite. Then (t would last two weeks, and was so weakening, an-.l my health was awful. My mother bought me a bottle 01" Cardui, and I began to improve after taking the lirst h:it.t!e, so kept it up till I tool: three. I gained, and was w. :! and strong, and 1 owe it all to Car dui. I am married now j?nd have :? chil dren. Have never had to have a doc tor fnr female trouble, and just resort [?1 Cardui if J nwl a tr.r ic. i am gla 1 t -.-?ti.fy I'o what it has done for me, ?-j as to help other?. If yet! arc nerve u.< or weak, have hcadaches. 1 achc^s, or any of thv other ailsr iu- .?> common to w??nien. why not give Cardui a trial? Recom mended by many physicians. In use over 40 years. Begin talcing Caratii today. It may be the very medicine you need. EfiD mum TnDTfjD?; Flfli HtiHily fUimUni. Uss Ancissptic Liquid Zcmo There is ct:e remedy tint sciocr.i fails to stop itch:::?; torture and rtlie" 0 skin irritation and that mates the tdtiu soft, clear and healthy. Any druggist car. supply you with Zcmo, which pencr-.iiy overcomes shin diseasx-s. Iiczcma, ;tcn, pimples, rashca, , blackheads, in most caseb givt; way ! to Zerno. Frequently, minor blemishes disappear overnight. Itching usually stops" instantly. Zcmo is asa;.'., ar.ti- | septic liquid, clean, ensy to use and i dependable. It a zl* only 35c; an extra lerpe bottle, Gl.Oi;. :: will not stain, is nor greasy or cticky ?v.d is positively sale lor tender, ecn-.J'ive ckius. T!:c E. V.'. Hojc Co.. Cleveland. O. f- \t j~l ' z ' '? " \ \ !Q9; }' .'r E\; L' f>QV r: .s The last 09 lint of employees in vhc Hell System showed :he number to lie 199,914. This cci.'U in- 1 udes the workers o: the C -lei-apc .ikeard p. ;<> mac Teieph 'ic C'< ;? pair,'. This larire armv of ;Jep::?-.nc people is C I 4 t protected by a iJenciU 1'i.m put in operation by the comrani- . s, at no cost to tiicemp! ve:. it is a i :il and hard-working armv, a rii:cii and efficient !>?? d> 0} me: and vomcju The war made ^rea: icaps in me ranks and these pip have n t vcr ban entirely iiiud. ''.v.z we i re steadily getting hack V>;\ :i<?? :i:ai ha with the c:><??-.<;rati-.-r. <j" the plione-ibinrr public, wevwii. 1 Ii K C in HSAPKAXl- -v IVl'i;'-* ? j Tilfphokk (ioMr.\:;v ?? IL Lav. i*.- X"**- -r?_?, li Store Open 5 8.30 a. in. Closes r? p. ni. Exce;/i Saturday i ' *>V * , C H7\ ir'or Men ana ijoys T "*) 20 dozen Men's laundered collars, several ?ood styles Rc Hilar price Thursday each 10c 10 dozen Men's $'?.?">'.) e ray woo] un der .shins and drawers. Remnant price Thursday each $2J5fj Six (]<>y,: n Men's ?'*'].50* Xee'liu'ee shins with laundered cuffs, size I I, lv> 1-2, 17, 17 1-2- Remnant price Th 11 rsday each 8:5c ? Men's $2.1)8 .u*ood ouality Sweaters Remnant price Thursday each $1.9S Men's regular $1.50 faii wehrht un der shirts and drawers. sizes. Item One case ? sen's >1 20 fleece lined under shirtr and drawers. Ueinnaat * " / price Tinirs lay each 7.!)r Men's rec'Iar 75c wool hose. Ail kinds R:n.nant price Thursday pair ? r-/c jJoys' ?1.2 ? khaki blouses. Ail sizes R' mnant pi. - Thursday each' .. ;)Se One lot 1> ;v' Si .25 ?fray sweaters, I ?/.?mnant pi c j Thursday each .. N.;r Hoys $l.y.) knaki P ' i over s wea 1 nant price Thursday each .... 81.15 urs. Ilcmnani price Thursday ea< h :hv ij crier 500 wire coat hangers J 5c value. Remnant price, each 5c 200 skeins "O. N. S." and ''D. M. ( Embroidery cotton. 5c value. Rem nant price 2 skeins 5c 500 skeins embroidery cotton most all shades, 5c value, Remnant price 2c Five dozen children's union suits, size 8 to 11. $1-00 valu j. Remnant price each. H9c Twenty dozen chiidi en's winter union suits, size 4 to 12. 75c value. Remnant price each -l.:/c r'itvy dozen ladies winter vests and pant size 5 to 0. 75c value. Rem nant price each 59c Fifty dozen ladi'-s' 10c hose in black and white. Remnant price ?0c ? rffsiiiLis Twenty dozen ladies' hose i:> cor dovan and b'a k, all .wes, !'>">r.' n make. seeor !?. quality of 5oc kind, Remnant price pair 35c Thirty pieces wide silk ribbon, 35c value. Remnant price, ya.n.l .... 25c 4 *0 cakes t 'il t soap, <c value. Remnant price ic 500 pairs grey blankets $2.50 va le-. special Thursday pair .... ?1.49 Ten* Kearilax Rues. $5.98 vaiue. y - Remnant pi Icq Thursday each $3.98 "1 wenty d -.''en hires basli.-u- co. - Ion. 2ou yard spools. Special Th-ov. ila' , spool 2c Ten pieces heavy cloth crash 20c va iue. Remnant price yard 15c T" 4 /I J W~% "irii j 1 w ft '*? ? JA !?. >3 ; ??J.:, 1 V ^ ?*} w% i JL y <j ?Alexandria's Largest Department iSicre"