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r-7 w "- . I V i THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 19i4. - : f - 6 ' HERALD'S PAGE FOR WOMEN READERS LATEST PHOTOPLAY NEWS TODAYS PHOTO DRAMA 'jOJ Everything "HOE-COOKED," English Style Cakes and Pies Too Good for Words The .cakes, pies, sod French pastries baked by the English Tea Shop must not merely be tasted THEY MUST BE EATEN to be fully appreciated. Not only do they possess a delicious Itaste, but the absolute purity and perfect blend of tbelr elements make them as easy of digestion as a soft-boiled egg. Take some home tonight or phone M. 80S4. and your order will be promptly delivered. CAFETERIA .'Help Yourself) lint Fiooz. Breakfast, 7:30 to 10:3 i Lunch, 110 to 3 L TEnsUsl) 1Qfi7 lOU BABBEB ft KISS I' YOUNEEDA iiiveu" I GA&HEATER Foe these "Cool iMom ings and Evenings. Tkr "Mm" Gas Heater la dif ferent and superior to other heaters you hare seen aad used. It has water tank to beep the air moist, and Its radiating" sur face Is- built on new scientific principle. Caes the mlnlron'-i amount of Thr Ixen Gaa llrntrr, with black trimming; $5.10 Best Oil Heaters. 1r sell the Sillier, the Puri tan, and the Perfect Oil Heaters. All of them xtrlcllj reliable make. Oil Healer at fZZO up. Gas Radiator $3 m . Kxtra Tanka for oil heater. S20. BARBERS ROSS 11th and GSts. A FASHION CRAZE FOR PLAITS IS FORECASTED FOR FALL The Interest displaed In plaiting dur ing the past summer will be more than eclipsed this fall An accordion-plaited oversklrt answers the demand of the new silhouette for a bell-shaped Russian tunic Or, perhaps, the tunic Itself fits quite plalnl over the hips and flares at the bottom over a finely plaited under skirt. Then there is the quaint little gown of ISO. with its tight basque blouse and skirt beruffled from hem to waist Many of these models display the flounces bound In ribbon and plaited, rather than gath ered The materials mav be net. silk or lace, as each of there will plait ad mirably. To execute the new dancing steps quite gracefully one must have a little fullness about the bem of the eentng frock. A plaited skirt will give the re quired snug ankle effect ind at the same time allow freedom of movement- A charming fall model has a plaited founda tion skirt of salmon satin, with overhang ing Russian tunic of turquoise blue chif fon. A new taffeta covered at regular dis tances by a conventional Jacquard flow er, in cerise on a tllleul grounfe Is pouched at the hips, aboe two tunics of plaited lace flouncing Callot displays among other fall models a gown with accordion-plaited tunic of chiffon, embroid ered around ibe bottom with large pea pod green discs These conspicuous cir clets of color were shown In graded sizes, embroidered In upright rows. The Roman striped silks, or woolen ma terials, with their beautiful borders, plait effectively Tunics of these on fall model are not oiJy hung quite straight, but on some of the skirts are shorter at front, or side, than In back. Others are cut to form two long points at the front and brck of the skirt and are drawn almost as high as the hips at the sides. Tfee New Baby is World's Wonder Every tiny Infant makes life's per spective wider and brighter And what ever there is to en hance its arrival and to ease and comfort the expectant mother should be given at tention. Among the real helpful things is an external ab dominal application known as "Mother's Friend." It is n well thought of by "women that most drug stores through out the United States carry "Mother's Friend" as one of their staple and reli able remedies. It is applied to the abdominal muscles to relieve the strain fin ligaments and tendons. In a little book are described mora fully the many reasons why "Mother's Friend" has been a friend Indeed to women for more than two generations. This book was prepared not only to aid the inexperienced but to enable so many women to have at haiyfl the timely hints, faiggestlons and helps in concise and neatly printed form for ready reference. It should be la all homes. "Mother's Friend" may be had. of almost any drug gist but If you fail to find it writs us di rect and also write for book to Bradfleld Regulator Co SOJ TflTnir Blrtg., Atlanta, 'Oeorttt. - - OSBMVoW lUeYl) I TEA ROOM SERVICE (Waitresses In Attendance) Bentsr lift to Snood float. Teas, 3 to3 Dinners, 5 to 8 Oea Sfyop, n-) IT Convenient to T Everywhere J House wives Daily Economy Calendar MORE SUNSHINE. (Copyrlcbt. Mill Begin this season of cool weather with the resolution to have more sunshine in your home than you ever had oefore to spend more hours In the sunshine your self and to see to it that the members of your family get more liberal doses of this most potent of nature's remedies sun shine. One obvious way to get mora sunshine In your house is to have more windows cut into the walls, and this is often neces sary in a house that was built a genera tion ago before people understood the value of sunshine. Often an extra win dow cut In the side of a home let in an amount of sunshine and fresh air that makes up for the cost of the Improvement In better feelings and better spirits before a month Is out. Then another means of securing more sunshine Is by substituting glass doors for the old wooden ones where possible. In some old-fashioned houses the substitution of two French or long windows In place of the former smaller ones has greatly added to tl) ..unBhlne of the room. Of course, if you are to revel In all this sunshine you must cease worrying about bav ing carpets and hangings faded by the sunshine. It is a good rule to make in buying new things for your house never to get anything that is not sunproof. Carpets and hangings and wallpaper that hae to be shielded from the direct rays or the sunshine ought to be banished from ever' nsiye household. Another thing that keepa sunshine from our houses is the time-honored artlci of furniture blinds and window shades. Of course. Inside blinds are seldom seen nowadays, excepting In warm and sun shiny dimes. It is so easy to take inside blinds down during the winter and re place them (In the summer that they need not be a source of much trouble. Outside blinds, too. are going in the wake of the crusade for more sunshine. But the in side roller curtain, that seems to be so Important a part In every window. Is still persistent and In many rooms cuts down the amount of sunshine and light by about half. A window with the roller curtain drawn up To the top Is usually regarded as a little out of order. Usually li Is certainly not a very pleasant slgrt. However. If your windows are dressed with a side hanging and alance across the top of the same material, the roller curtain can be rolled all the way up and concealed under the valance of the hang ing. A window thus treated does not look at all out of order with the roller curtain rolled all the way up. In bedrooms, of course. It Is necessary to shut out the sunshine sometimes In order to make sleeping after sunrise possible. Yet the windows of the bed room should be opened at the top and the bottom, and If the roller curtain is drawn down to keep out the light It surely will keep out the air. One very good way to get around this difficulty is to roll up the curtain and open the window so that there will be abundance both of light and sunshine coming Into the room, but In order not to let the light come Into the sleeper's face to open a folding screen In such a way that the light will be shielded from the bed. 1 es Marshall will he glad to answer In lli.a column any question concerning household subjects. HOROSCOPE. 'Wednesday, September 30, 1014. "The stars Incline, but do not compel." Astrology reads In the stars today mingled good and bad Influences Venus Is In a place exceedingly threatening In aspect, and Mars Is strongly adverse. In the afternoon and evening Mercury exer cises a beneflc sway. It Is a most auspicious time for the sign ing of writings and for entering Into new partnerships. There is an omen of great gain for certain enterprises begun under this configuration. Merchants should prosper from this date, as the planets are held to Indicate intense trade revival. Writers hae the prognostication of a period of exceedingly profitable demand fur their work, but It win not begin beforw the new ear, because publishers and edi tors have been subject to forces causing uncertainty and anxiety. Venus, near the parallel of the sun. Is read as a good omen for Belgium. The forecast for the Kaler Indicates havoc and disaster In Germany. There Is a prognostication of good luck for certain suffrage States, where Impor tant reforms will be Instituted. The position of the Sun. which leaves the evil direction of Mars, Is believed to indicate better conditions in France. In October, Saturn, passing out of Gam lnl. Is likely to bring remarkable trade conditions to England and the United States. Saturn. In the ruling sign of Capri ramus, in square to the luminaries, is threatening for the President of the re public. Persons whose birthdate it is have the augury of possible disappointments in the home circle. Min should pay Increased attention to business affairs, especially those who are employes. Chlldret born on this day probably will be unusually clever, alert of mind and active of body. In business they will find Influential friends and may attain suc cess easily. Girls have the omen of happy marriage. (Copyright. lt) A The onJ very fashionable bengaline and Ottoman silks are being revived. The Real Beautiful Adventure Its in Finding Yourself and Making the Most, of Yourself, Says;Ann Murdqck. , , By ANN I.ISI.U. f I "I've never wanted to be like any one else. I've never wanted to imitate or copy any one. I've Just been glad to be my own self as fully as poslble." said Ann Murdock. She was perking up the wee roses and orange blossoms on a very origi nal wedding gown of soft lace. In prepa ration to going out on the stage of the Lyceum Theater and acting the part of the very ' individual bride of "The Beautiful Adventure." "Sometimes I'm afraid I'm a very con ceited young person when I see all the wonderful people I might use as patterns. But I don't believe in borowlng or imi tating. "My biggest Ideals of beauty are pro portion ana balance. Everything must fit in with everything else. Now if you borrow a trick of speaking from on person and a way of tilting your head from another and a fashion of dressing from athlrd and carry It all off. with a manner of walking copied from a fourth mode, you'll be a bad asortment of mis fits not an Individual. "I believe In taking stock of yourself finding out what you are like, and what you can do and then working ahead to express yourself. "Every girl ought to have one main Interest in life. 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I she admires another drl for doing , stud French literature, fencing and "I don't believe In fads They are only the Jerky Imitations or other peo ple's ideas that nervous women who aren't wise enough to be themselves adopt. One big Interest keeps vuu September 30 Elizabeth GaiksIL (Copjritbt. Mllr The celebrated authoTf "Cranford," Mrs Elizabeth Cleghorn GaskelL was born a hundred and three years ago to day She was left an orphan when very oune;, and although brought up by a kind-hearted aunt, she lacked manv of the advantages and associations of child hood She was earlv marked by striking beauty and was married when she wa twenty-one to a Unitarian minister. Mr. Gaskell. whose name was Immortalized by her works and with whom she lived in complete happiness. As Is often the case. Mrs Gaskell' serious literary work was the result of sorrow. Her only son died In his outh and she turned-In this bereavement to her husband for his advice He knew she enjoved writing and that she had succeeded in, finding a publisher for sev eral short articles and sketches, so he advised her to take up writing as a means of forgetting her personal sorrow The result of this advice was "Mary Barton," which she sent to a publisher and then. In the duties of her household, "forgot all about." What was her sur prise and Joy a little later when she re ceived a notice from her publisher that he. would giye her $500 for the copy- ngnt a eum which seemed to Mrs. Gas kell to be a large fortune. As It turned out the good fortune was all with the publisher for the book met with imme diate and spectacular success and it went through many editions. Among the writers who recognized rare abllty In thla ','Mary Barton" was Charles Dickens with whom Mrs. Gaskell and her husband became great friends, and a few years later when Dickens wanted to celebrate the publication of "Ds.vld Cop perfleld" he Invited the Gaskells, Thomas Carlyle and Thackeray to his house for dinner. Dlckena encouraged Mrs. Gaskell to go on,wlth her writing and In" a magazine In FAMOUS WOMEN f!K) snn wsnsnsnsnsn -ossns anananananananHssnanananananananasan VjV ?X'iifcrtV . one sajs It's a singing as aids to im work, and add to thse brandies another branch of self-expression in the studv of my own health and welfare Don't take up Spanish because sime which he was Interested at that time. "Household Words" several of her thing" appeared and the Immortal "Cranford,' a realistic sketch of the home of Mr". Gaskell's childhood, appeared In Install ments in this magazine George Sand, the brilliant French nov elist, summed up Mrs Gaskell's achieve ment when she said "She has done what neither I nor anv other woman of France ha been able to do She has written novels which excite the deepest Interest of men of the world and are at the same time fit for every young girl " THE CHAFINGDISH APRlDN In davs of ycre, when grandmother or even great-grandmother engaged In or directed the great amount of cooking that was needed by her household, she approached the task enveloped in a hug apron from shoulder to fcot. And some times the length of the apron was aug mented by a vast width of gathers o that not even the tiniest speck of her frock could be touched bv the cooker But the aprvn of this design has passed Into oblivion and nowadays when milady cooks she uses a tireless cooker or a gas stove minus ashes and dust., Thl" for the substantial dishes with which she spreads her board. For the chafing dish part when friends are present and she has ever wish to lock her best she wears an apron, but such an apron' A frilly dainty wisp of an affair of dimin utive size and to the observer It appears to be much less of an apron In realty than In name Organd, a bit of lace, a bow of ribbon, a tiny bib. and behrld the apron Or. for variety, handkerchief linen, embroidered either in white or In cflors and finished around the edge with Irlh plcot CORSET CHANGES TV COME. The present box effect of corsets is said to be doomed, and, with whispers in the air of changes, the following has been gathered. Corsets will soon be cut higher in the bust and shorter in the skirt, and the normal waist line will be visible, though none cf the changes are to be radical. Just a. gentle moving along to get women Into the habit of having a walsf line again, says an exchange. The general corset business Is said to have made distinctive gains during the past year The demand Is veering to a better, higher-priced class of goods. There's a new fabric that gives with every action'of the? body and yet never Characteristic poies of the charm ing Ann Murdock. now appearing in "The Beautiful Adventure." romantic language, or adopt Pomeranians because some women look smart walking up the avenue with thes fluffy little animals under their arms "Stud what expresses you Find, the enJoments ou take to naturally Dress In the type of clothes ou look well In Arrange your hair to bring out the shape of jour head Those are simply beauty rules As a child I did not like 'copvlsts.' And I don't admire them now. "Oh. it Is a wonderful adventure to find voursclf. and to be a harmonious In dividual Instead of a 'crasy quilt" of other folks' qualities fitted In together Just anvhow " "Harmony spells beauty to you." I suggested "And melod." laughed Ann of the simply arranged red gold locks, eager blue eves slender upright figure and svmPAthrtlc voice, all of which fit so well together "I like the melody of putting vourself In tune and ex pressing vourself and vourself only That's mv Idea of beauty." stretches crosswise It will stretch lengthwise, however, and allow free, graceful movements for the wearer and vet does not require many bones. TO WASH BLAUKETS. Blankets should be washed when they have finished their summer sleep. Choose a dry. windy day for blanket washing time Prepare a large pan of dlssovled white soap Have plenty of hot water on hand, and a bottle of liquid ammonia. Fill two tubs thrfe-fourths full of hot water and a third If available with rinsing water l"s one tablespoonful of ammonia to one gallon or water In each tub In the washing water place enough soap to make a good lather Shake lhe blanket to remove any loose dust, put it Into the first water, and Plunge It up and down until It begins to look (airly clean, when It must be folded and passed through the wringer. It will go through quite easily If the tension screw of the machine Is loosened. Wash the blanket again In a second soap) lather, and even In a third If It has never been washed before When perfectly clean rinse In at least three waters, each containing ammonia In the proportion of one tablespoonful to every two gallons of water. Finally dip the blanket In ver pale, warm, blue water. fold It. wring It several times and hang It to dry out of doors. Leave It for several hours, then, when nearly drv. take It down and reverse it on the line. In order that it may not pull out of shape. When quite dry. fold, mangle and air thoroughly. You can economize labor on the second blanket by pouring the second soapy lath er for the first washing or tne rresn blanket, and having clean water for the second v ashing, and so on 'with every subsequent blanket WORTH KNOWING. When potting plants, put a piece of coarse muslin over the hole in the pot be fore putting In the bits of stone and sod, which keeps the drainage good. The mus lin prevents the earth from washing away. Shabby leather bags. etc. may be im- -.-n. In .nneimnrR bv hlnr rubbed .over with well-beaten white of egg. and then polished wiin oeeswaa ana turpen tine, the nnai mooing Deins given wim a soft, clean cloth. 1 EFFECTIVE -COSTUME JSZ'i tm Vi m: "If; S IUfS-1 t' F ,! fl$. H 11 tfl Kg " K& " 'imm ?i The distinguishing features of this cos tume are the long satin sleeves with mosquetalre cuffs, adjusted to large arm holes, and the three-piece tunic skirt. with satin foundation. It Is carried out In cedar green and black, the cloth being In green. Costume for average size re quires 3- jards 41-inch cloth and J ards 44-Inch satin. Pictorial Review Dlrectoire Coat No SS2i Sizes. 22 to 44 inches bust Price. 15 cents Skirt, N'o SS-Slze". n to 32 Inches waist. Prlc. li cents. KERF'S M0DISHNESS IN TABLOID DOSES Light taffeta Is still fa'hlonable for simple dinner frocks. In white lemon yeljow and apricot thev are extremely becoming to certain types or blondes. They are made In the eighteenth century stIe and are strongly reminiscent of the period For mornlQg hats are being made of ribbed velvet and of thick brocaded silk. These models are untrimmed save for a band of handsome ribbon round the crown and they are worn with washing veils of real lace. There's to be a revival of "tippets" and barrel muffs, and ihese quaint Items of the feminine toilet will be made of vel vet and of thick satin and trimmed with bands of fur For evening we see many capes of soft velvet or ot brocaded silk some In the shape of Brlttan capes and others of a more fantastic cut. The corsages are becoming longer In the waist. The sleeves are long and the collar open, but not to any exagger ated degree TGHING BURNING EGZEHAJN BABY All Over Head, Face, Legs and Arms. Cried and Itched All Night and Day. Disfigured Badly. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Healed. R. F. D No 1. Box IS. Corapeake. N. O. "My baby began with the eczema itch ing and burning. It broke out all over his head aqd facr. legs and arms with little pimples. I did not sleep any In about four months He cried and Itched ail night and day for four months until his head and face were matter all over. He was disfigured badly. Bis clothing would be dif ( J IT ' ficult to remove at times. "I tried tKo treatments with no success at all and I had almost decided there was no cure for It. I was told by a friend that Cuticura Soap and Ointment would cure it. I tried one cake of Cuticura Soapandabox of Cuticura Ointment and they cured him. I washed the child with the Cuticura Soap and warm water two or three limes a day. then anointed him all over with the Cuti cura Ointment. I had used It about four days and I taw my baby had relief Ha took a great change and slept night and day. I used Cuticura Soap and Ointment six months and be was cured completely." (Signed) Mrs. Anna Im. Mar. 24. 1914. Samples Free by Mall Although Cuticura Soap (25c) and Cuti cura Ointment (50c) are sold by druggists and dealers throughout the world, a liberal sample of each with 32-& Sldn Book will be sent free upon request. Address port card: Cuticura, Dept. T. Boston." HEBLAID FAV0MTES BnBnBnBnBnBnBnBnR'frinBnt'' I snansnansnanssssKs' V HLuVltjL I snBnBnBnBnBnBnsnB&'snBnKpsfT I I BnBnBnBnBnBnBnBnBnBBsV ?' snTBnt tBSnBBnBnl I 5NJlTJW 1 WILLI sM GARWOOD. There Is a certain member of the Ameri can Companr out In Santa Barbara who Is a mixture of things. That Individual Is Billy Garwood Every one knows that he Is a prosperous ranch owner and raises onions, that is an old tale now Few know, however. what a bully good cook he Is. He lives in well-appointed apartments, for he likes comfort, and has earned his right to like it too. He has a neat little kitchen where he turns out the most appetizing suppers for his pals, and it is considered quite an honor to get an invitation to eat at Billys. He sas he enjoys It. but he draws the line at wiping the dishes, and Instead. has a Jap assistant chef who does that part of it. Yes. he Is Just as good an actor as he Is his own wife, and those who see the American pictures can tes tify to his acting ability, although they have not tasted his cooking In "Break. Break. Break," a recent American pro duction from the poem by Tennjson. he gave one of his most finished perfor mances. SCREEN NEWS NOTES Some of the most realistic storm ef fects ever shown In motion pictures are embodied In "Fate's Midnight Hour. ' a Kalem drama, which Is scheduled to be released Saturday. October 10 In this story, a girl enters a house for the pur pose of slaing the man who had caused the death'Sf her mother and sister Be fore she can shoot a bolt of lightning crashes through the window. slaing the man. Alice Joyce portras one of the strongest roles of her career In this story. The beautiful Kalem actress is surrounded b an all-star cast or play ers. Including Margurite Courtot. Irene BoIe. Mar Boss. Tom Moore and Jere Austin. When three fun creators of the caliber of Ruth Roland. Marshal Xellan and Llod V. Hamilton, appear in. the same corned, photoplay patrons 'are assured of some of the heartiest laughs of their lives. "The Tattered Duke." Kalem's newest comedy, which Is to be Issued Friday, October 9, shows these laugh provokers at their best The story tells of what happened when a waiter endeav ors to impersonate a British duke. Lloyd I V Hamilton enacts the role of Greasy . Bill, the waiter Ruth Roland Is Jean, i the girl he falls In love with, while' Marshal Nellan is the Duke of Totten ham Corners. The production of "Michael Strogoff." by the Popular Plavs and Players Film Company will be the fourth release of the Alco Film Corp "Michael Strogoff" Is far too well known to require details here, suffice to say that the atmospheric detail and local color have been com mended by prominent travelers as per fect to the minutest detail. While spending a week-end with rela tives at Lake Hopatcong recently. Slir iam Xesbltt. the leading lady of the Edi son Company, was given a royal recep tion b) many of the natives and vaca tionists When It was ascertained hat Miss S'esbltt would visit Hdptacong for a brief holiday, plans were at once formu lated for a reception and dance to be given at one of the principal hotels In honor of thee Edison leading lad t'pon arrival at the lake. Miss Kes bitt unreluctantl accepted an Invitation to attend the dance Not anticipating any celebration or demonstration, she was stunned with surprise when her many screen admirers collected In the galy decorated ballroom and showered her with congratulations for the delight ful characterizations she has displaed In the Edison films So great was the shock that manv minutes had elapsed before Miss Nesbltt could find words to express her appreciation for so-welcome a reception. She assured her friends that she would continue to put forth her best efforts to please those who delight In the modern photopla A new ticket vender, working automa tically, has been Invented and dispenses tickets in any quantlt) with one push of a button. The ticket delivery of this machine aids the movie theater more than any recent Innovation. New York City boasts !J17 motion pic ture theatres of which three receive as high as one dollar for the best sats. CUSTOMS RECEIPTS FALL OFF. Customs receipts at all United States ports of entry Monday aggregated JoflO. S16.1S. compared with $360,807.0; on the same day a year ago. according to an announcement by the customs division of the Treasury Department yesterda) Effective Economical Complexion Renewer One(reason mercollzed wax Is so strong Iv reconimended is that It really takes the place of several different cosmetics, sav ing time, patience, and expense. It is better than any cleansing cream, better, than any massage cream, and better than any rouge, for accomplishing the results for which such articles are used. As the wax actually ab sorbs an old. faded, or discolored cuticle, a little each day. the un derlying skin which gradually appears, la clearer, softer, healthier-hued. and more youthful than any cosmetic-made com plexion. Spreading on a thin coat of this wax at night, washing it off mornings, in a week or so produces a marvelous trans formation. 'Just one ounce of mercollzed wax. obtainable at any drag store, will do the work. There's nothing better to remove freckles, moth, patches, liver spots, sallowness, blotches, pimples, or blackheads. For wrinkles and loose, saggy skin, a face bath made by dissolving I ox. pow dered saxollte in H Pt. witch hazel, is the best thing that can be recommended. This has remarkable astringent and tonic properties. Adv. v 12 RSTc9V'snBnBnBSn1 HssWrTF K'BBnanananB m0MWsMi ssssssssssssssssssP sssssssssszSssssssssssssssssR BnffsnffsnBB yBnffsnffsnffsnffsBBnllVV BnanananF 'BnBnBnBnBnBnBnBBntVA ED.VA MAISO.T. Featuring Edna Malson, the Powers drama "The Mayor's Manicure" will be released October 3. Miss Malson is Gail Denny, star reporter of the Journal in the play and Is supported by Joseph King who takes the part of the mayor, and Charlie Clark, who acts as the green reporter of the paper. The story is as follows: The city council and mayor, much against the will of the citizens, have de cided to pave certain streets, the names of which they are keeping secret. The Journal, anxious to get the list of streets, sends Eddie Bill, a oung reporter fresh from college, to Interview the mayor. Eddie, assured of success and wishing to Impress the mayor with his own Import ance, writes his name and "Reporter for the Journal ' on a card which be sends In. To his chagrin th mayor returns his card with the information that he will not see any reporter for an) paper When Eddie Informs the eil'tor of his failure, the edltorbVfurlois and yet amused over Eddle'sfjaTreenness Know ing that a list of thastrets would be a scoop for the Journal, he end" Gail th star reporter While n lr t plan some way to at compIih this Gail goes to have her nails manicured At the' crowded beauty shop. Gail an swers the telephone for one of the mani curists and learns that the fastidious mayor desires a manicurist to come to his office to manicure his nails. Gall, realizing her opportunity, seizes It and by trickery succeeds n securing the scoop for her paper When the mav or reads in the extras the entire list of streets be declares that he will thrash the man who turned traitor and gave out 'he information Repairing to th office of the Journal he meets as a reporter "the manicurtf of a few hours before Then he realizes wha' he himself had done. But when the "nails are less rough he finds out tha- the manicuri-t has nther accomplishments than "filing nails TAEOMA'S CREW SAVED. Wireless tnnnancea Officer and Men on Way to TJnalaska. Th entire crew and all others aboari the I S Revenue Cutter. Tahoma. which ran aground In Alaskan waters, aggr-gating eight -nine officers and men, have been saved, according to a wire less message received vestenlay by Commandant Bertholf of tne Revenue Cutter Service from Capt ReRold, commander of the revenue cutter fleet in the Pacific The Takoma's crew Is being taken to I'nalaska It will return to the United States on the enters Bear and Mann ing. The Tahoma. which now is con ceded to be lost, is valued by the gov. ernment at tSW.W. according to a state ment by Assistant Secretar of the Treasury Newton Y0M KIPFDR BEING OBSERVED. Hebrew Thronchout the World Are Solrmnlilnc Day of Vtonement. Hebrews throughout the world todav are solemnizing Yom Klppur the day of atonement. From sundown lat night un til sundown this evening the children of Israel maintain a fast, during which time the are sunposed to consider their statei of conscience. A service, was held at tho Washington Hebrew (Reformed) Synagogue in Eighth street between II and I northwest last night at which Rabbi Sem officiated and Rabbi Abram Simon preached. Another service will be conducted there this morning at 9 JO o'clock The congregation of the Adas Israel (Orthodox) Temple, Sixth and I street northwest, held ser vices under the direction of Rabbi Gross man last night. RAT EXTERMINATION COSTLY. Should the Federal government assum the entice cost of exterminating rats in New Orleans to stamp out bubonic plsgue the expenditures of the Public Health Service on this account would be in. creased from J2.1C0 to $57,000 a month. This money would come from the epi demic fund of the service It Is now pr-ctlcall decided that the governmeat will take over this work. THIEF HAS HOBBY FOR OLD TRfitf. Even theif has his hobby. One their around Washington has a hobby for old Iron During the wee sma.' hours yester dav a wagon drove up to Fred Cook brick yard near Chesapeake Junction and carried away 1-500 ponuds of old scrap iron. MOTION PICTURE SHOWS TODAY This $Cre-.!e Changes Daily NORTHWEST. 9th LEADER EBK. "AN AFFAIR OF IIOVOB." Third of the "Beloved Vdventurer" Series. v "A FIRST CLASS COOK." Biograph Corned "THE toVIICT." Two-part Kalem Drama. i4tk. I THE ROYAL ; Himrf SPRCIAL SHOW. SAME ADMISSION, & '