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By MAUD McDOUGiVLL. Tb? President aad Mr?. Wllaon had a theater party at Keith? l??t nicht mad? up entirely of their house ..-jests. Mr?. William Bolline and Ml?, Bolline, tin. Wilson't mother and ?later, and Col. and Mrs. Ed ward T. Brown, and Mia? Marjorl? Brown of Atlanta, who arrived at th? White House Tuesday night. It la announced that th? President will go to New Tork on Saturday and opea the Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign with an address at tb? Metropolitan Opera Houae. HI? Royal Highness Prince Axel of Denmark, head ot a mission which t? visitine; the chief point? ef naval activity In thi? country, and hi? ?ulte were entertained at lunch eon yesterday by Rear Admiral Ed ward W. Eberle. superintendent of the Naval Academy and Mr?. Eberle. The prince and member? of hla staff motored to Annapolis from Wasn ington yesterday morning, accom panied by Commander Adolphu? An drews. U. 3. N.. who Is detailed as aide to the party, and representa tives of the State Department. The luncheon In Admiral and Mrs. Eberle-? charming* home followed an ln?pectlon tour of the Naval Acad emy. The only guests besides the party from Washington were Capt. William H. 8tandl?y. U. 8. N.. newly appointed commandant of midship men, and Commander Downes, aide to Admiral Eberle. Prince Axel and his ?ulte, who have jiiait returned from a trip to Norfolk aboard the Mayflower, left la?t nicht for New York. They have been occupying the Presidential suite at the Willard during their stay ln Washington. The Secretary of the Treasury re turned yesterday from New York, where ha went to make an address on the new Liberty Loan. Mr?. Mc Adoo, who went with him, will re main until Saturday. Secretary Daniels wilt go to New York the latter part of the week, and will be the principal speaker at a celebration of the victories of the British ln Palestine, which the Zion ist Council of Or?tw New York will bold at Cirnegie Hall on Sun day. Mis.?? Agnes Hart Wilson acconi- ! named her father. Mr. William B. | "Wilson, the Secretary of Labor, who j ha? gone to Fort Wayne. Ind., lui make an address. They will return at the end of tfie week. Mme. Ali-Kuli Khan, wife of the roun?.e!or and diarce d'affaires of the Persian legation, arrived In Washing ton last evening, a? compained by their children, and Joined Miria Ali Knll Khan at the legation, in Six-, teenth street. She has spent the sum mer at Nantucket. Mas?. Mr?. Rose Thompson will entertain luncheon on Friaiay in compliment , Mr?. John W. Davis, wife of the j rly appointed American Amhassa- I to Great Britain. Mrs. Thompson [ return to town this evening after ! .hort visit to Philadelphia. She, fnt over to place her son, Donald Thompson, at ?chool ln Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Granatile Gus?. of a'hevy Chase, loaned their attractive home for the wedding of Misi Jan?; ?lesson of Wsshington. and Mr. ?r White, of Newark, N. J , aBd hlngton. which was solemnised ? yeeterday afternoon, the Rev. I >n Auatm officiating. The bride j given tn marriage by her mother, j Sun. Jenny Westeseon. and had .'or I her only attendant her si?ter. Ml?? Igrid Westeauon. Mr. Granvllle Gull wa? best man for Mr. White. The house was beautifully decorated j with autumn flowers and foliage. which made a most effective setting j for the wedding. A party of relatlvej ? and Intimate friend? witnessed the ceremony, and wished the young peo ple pappine?? a? they started immecli ! ately after th? ceremony on a wed ding Journey that wll end at Orange. N. J.. wheVe they are to make their home. Mra Rlchardaon Clover and her daughter, Mr?. Thoma? Holcomb, have Joined Rear Admiral Clover at their home In New Hampshire avenue for the winter. Mr?. Holcomb ha? re ceived word of Major Holcomb'? pro motion to the rank of colonel for bravery ln action. Ml?? Eudora Clover is in France ?erring a? Interpreter. Capt. William Houghtellng. ?. S. M. C., whose marriage to Mi?? Vir ginia Le Seure, granddaughter of Rep. Joeeph Cannon, will take place on October 1. at the family home at Danville, 111., ha? leased the residence at 1T51 Q street for the winter. Mis? Catherine Harrison McKu? jCocke, daughter of (.'apt. Edmund Randolph Cocke, of Oakland, Va., ha? ' ?alected October 19 for lier marriage | to William Casenove Gardner, ?on ? of th? late Rev. and Mr?. William F. ! Gardner. Th? Rev. Randolph H. Mc? I Kim. a cousin of th? bride, will per I form the ceremony in the chapel of Emmanuel Church, In Baltimore. Mr. and Mr?. Thomaa Armat will return to Waahington about October 11. from Brlelle. N. J.. where they have | had a cottane for the ?ummer, ?nd will be ?t the Altamont. Qraystone. ? their place on the edge of Rock Creek Park, la rented to Lieut. James Clement Dunn, G. S. N., and Mrs. Dunn. Mrs. Francis ?. Wilby, who i? now at Brlelle. N. J. with her mother. | Mr.?. William C. Langtltt. will spend I part of October with Brig. Gen. and ? Mr?. John Clifford Hodges at Cam: | Deven?, Ayre. Mass. Gen. Hodges, I who wa? given the D. S. O. for gal - lantry In action in France, returned [to thi? country recently and Is now whipping a brigade into shape for overs??? ?ervice He waa formerly stationed at Washington Barracks. Mr?. Langfltt and Mr?. Wilby have taken a house at Flushing, L. I., for the winter. Mrs. John .7. Knapp and her mother. Mra. Randolph Harrison, bave re- ? luined to their Washington home for the winter, after having been guests' of Rear Admiral and Mrs. Kdward ? W. Eberle, at Annapo'.is. for Horn?! time. Mrs. Walter Well? left town on Sun- ! day evening for Knoxvllle, Tenn-, where she will visit her mother. Mrs. ? Gibson. Mrs. Georie Howard Is visiting ] Capt. and Mrs. Perry Belmont at Bel court. Newport. The opening meeting of Chi Delta Sisma will be held on Saturday even ing. September ?? ?t the clubroom. I <**) Taylor etreet northwest, at 8 o'clock. All sisters are urgently re quested to be present. There will be a called meeting of the stonewall Jackson Chapter, l*. D. C. No. 31?. Friday cenine; at 8 ???clock at the Confi?rate Memorial Home. The president, Mrs. Fred, will preside, and .plans for the liberty loan dance, to be held October l?. will be arranged. Members are asked to ac cept this notice as a request to at tend the meeting. A w?r gathering of Delta Upsilon Fraternity men in Washington was announced yesterday by the Delta Upsilon Club to be held at the Uni versity Club tomorrow (Friday) evening at 8:30 o'clock. Dr. R. B. Boaman, of the Carnegie Institution, president of the Delta Upsilon Club. and MaJ. Rupert Hughe? will wel come the members and guest?. Dr. Soam?n announces that the meeting is for the purpose of bring ing together the members of the college fraternity who have come to Washington to do war work, and to give them an opportunity to meet members of the local alumni club. He requests that members of the fraternity who have not received personal notice of ine meeting send their name? to the secretary of the Delta Upsilon Club. Oeorge H. Gall, 11? Fifteenth street northwest. "The etnia Incline, but do not compel." HOROSCOPE. naiir..lii? September id, IBIS. Fair fortune smiles todey, accord ing to the reading of the ?tars. Saturn and Uranus rule strongly for good. Farmer? hav? a direction that promises gain and benefit*. Labor will be supplied to them and they will profit largely from what 1? to be sown 'with unselfish and patrio tic hope." Real estate men have the promise of extraordinary activity, owing; to ?ome national movement or some great land scheme of far-reaching Importance. Vision Is supposed to be clearer during the kindly ?way of Uranus than at other times and so today should be most beneficial for thos? who have great responsibilities. Judgment should be good and cour age to act on it ahould be strong. It la a most auspicious rule for aviation, which will suddenly be come extraordinarily successful wherever Americans are concerned. Farry I? predicted for many filer? who belong to the Army of the United States and It will come ln novel exploits a? well a? ln the usual expeditions. Uranus Is supposed to Increase the spiritual power? and to stimu late aspiration when the planet Is well aspected. During this sway there should he an access of religi ous zeal as well as an Increase of psyrhlc knowledge. Since extremes are to be ex pressed In all experience? and events during the next few months, human nature will reveal Ha heights and depths. Crime will In crease at a time when the most heroic deeds in history are per formed. Women will be affected by this condition that Is believed to encour age extremes. While they will at tain the loftiest Ideals of service they will also make mistakes that should be guarded against constant ly. Caution should be the watch word. Spain has rather a sinister star In the ascendant which may bring about war complications. Japan continues under a planet ary government that promisee much to the nation. This Is its oppor tunity to make for Itself a new fame, the seers declare. Persons whose birthd?te it Is may have a year of travel and change that will bring success. They should, however, be unusually cautious about letters and writings of evety sort. Children born on this day may be steady, thoughtful and even radical In views. These subjects of Libra are often restless and unsettled. (Copanght. iste ? Don't Poison Baby. FORTY YEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must have PARE GORIC or laudanum to make it sleep. These drugs will produce sleep, and A FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP FROM WHICH THERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who have been killed or whose health has been ruined for life by paregr rie, laudanum and morphine, each of which is a narcotic product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from selling either of the narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody without labelling t-He-m "pet-son." The definition of "narcotic" is: "A medicine which relieves pain and produces sleep, but which in poisonous doses produces stupor, corva, convulsions and death." The taste and smell of medicines containing opr?m are disguised, and sold under the names of " Drops," "Cordials," "Sooth ing Syrups/' etc. You should not permit any medicine to be given to your da-Wren without you or your physician know of what it is composed. CASTORIA DOES NOT CONTAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature of Chas. ? Fletcher._ Letters from Prominent Physicians addressed to Chas. ?. F?etcher. : (???ta????a? Bacia <lco DhopsI ALCWeO-L-3 F?R C?7 1O? ?? '???*?*8 Barrai I Qieof^lKSS?uia?*c*!a* neiQe- Op-ttn. M*?*** "* t yDnwm^KorNABCOTicI mm, m4 ??^t*?i??-K?7,*, 5ssi? mPmvm* , Knt?\4nintcne?te^ , i^s?pa?on?^ Diirrt1??-1 ' find Fev?risbne?s and Loss OF SL?E? i ni??????roei?w??!^ Jkc&M?t <*tm*tee* 35Dok?\Ja' Exact Copy of Wrapper. Dr. J. W. Diradale, of Chicago, III., say? : "I use your Cas toria and ari vie?-? its uaa in all famil.e? where there are children." Dr. Alexander, E. Mintie, of Cleveland. Ohio, eaye : "I have frea-juently prescribed your Castori? and have found it a reliable and pleasant remedy for children." Dr. Agnee V. Swetland, of Omaha, Nebr., say? : "Yoer Caatoria ia the best remedy in tbe world for children and tlie only one I use and recommend." Dr. J. A. McOtellan, of Buffalo, N. Y., ?ays: "I have fre quently prescribed your Castoria for children and always got good reeuits. In fact I use Caeteria for my own children." Dr. J. W. Allen, of St Louis, Mo., says : "I heartily endorse your Castoria. I hare frequently prescril-ied it in my medical prac tice, and have always found it to do all that is claimed for it." Dr. C. H. GHdden, of St. Paul, Minn., says : " My experience as a practitioner with your Castoria has been highly satisfactory and I consider it an excellent remedy for the young." Dr. H. D. Benner, of Philadelphia, Pa., ?ays : "I have used your Castoria as a purgative in the cases of children for years past with the most happy effect, and fully endorse it as a safe remedy." Dr. J. A. Boarman, of Kansas Crty, Mo., says : "Your Cas toria is a splendid remedy for children, known the world over. I use it in my practice and have no hesitancy in recommending it for the complaints of infants and children." Dr. J. J. Mackey, of Brooklyn, N. Y., says : " I consider your Castoria an excellent preparation for children, being composed of reliable medicina? and pleaaant to the taste. A good remedy for all disturbances of the digestive organs." GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TH? C C HT AU e* COM I* * ? ? N C W VO? M O I TV. ~9i\ TWENTY-EIGHTH CHAPTER. Events Crowd Fast on Lorimer Family and Promise Much. Thi? I? a moit wonderful world, but sometimes I feel that the Lorimer family is getting more than It? ?hare of excitement. Do all wsr brides havs such perplexltle? thrust upon them? Or am I only growing up and finding out what life I? like? I can't decide, but I am perfectly aure that it'? a bleaaing I am an only child. If there were a? many "Ameses" a? there are "Lorimer?" I would have to hire a secretary to ?et down my confeaelon?. Today 1 have a ?Illy confession to make aid I'm glad I'm not going to dictate It to anybody. After I have seen Tony Curt. It alway? take? me a long time to get back to my own prosaic orbit! Todsy ss he handed Bsby Barbers to her nurse. I murmured a quick "goodbye" and fled to my room. Then 1 surveyed myself In the mirror. My hat was st its moit becoming angle, my hair was perfect.. But never would I have done this silly thing after coming home from s ride with Bob! And my ner.es were sll fluttery! Oh. Me! At luncheon. Dsddy Lorimer told u? that Dr. Certeis hsd proposed a most delightful trip. It seems that before Certeis came home from that last course of med ical lectures In Berlin, ln 1314. he had rented from its foreign owner?-grand personage? with an Au?tro-ltallan name?a perfectly enormous estate -lomewhere on the Atlantic. ?Ut NITIDE Copyright, ini?. ? There are foreat? and ?and dunes snd hills and cliffs and cove? and a j mansion and a fishing shack and a j hunting lodge and a perfectly lovely j little lalsndl Dr. Certeis thinks that ? a little fishing and hunting up there ' this fsll will mako Daddy Lorlmei quite fit for the very atrenuous win ter before him. Certeis goes up every year to try out some motor boat Inventions and ne assures Daddy Lorimer that tne sporting prospect Is Indescribably good. Mother Lorimer 1? to go, with Ben jie's baby ahd the nurse, and I, to keep darling mother company. Chrys will not be with us. She is training to speak for the next liberty loan at movie? and hotels snd Cista? and ?treet corner?. Miss Lorimer I? certainly going to prove some sllrtc tion on a soap box! I think Mother Primer hastened t ful morning. It sppesra that two ln fluentlal citirens drove their sutos to the country club on gssollneless Sun day and the committee on member ship decided to ask the men to resign. The committee came to talk It over with daddy. He said that the govern ment's least re(|uest should bind every patriot like a military order. And he decided with the committee? but I could see that he was awfully worried. And no wonder. I shouldn't think he would care to offend two men who are so strong in slate poli tics, on the very eve of hi? own cam paign for governor. Daddy must he thoroughly pstrtotlc all through. ?'m so grieved to think I worried about the source of that I big check he gave me. i ??? he continued) the decision today to soothe dsddy s fratsled nerves, file hsd had a dread Next Week at Theaters ?.??limasi?"Flo-Klo.- I With a "perfect J6'' chorus, the '. same cast of principal? which scored ; a sensational auccess on Broadway, effective scenery, and a fashion pa rade worthy of Paquin or Poiret, John Con's mualcal comedy. "Flo-Klo." which drew throng? to the Cort The ater for a whole year, will be the offering at the National Theater next ?week with the usual Wednesday and Saturday matinees, beginning Sunday night. The notable ca?t Induites Rena Parker. Amlrew Tombe?, James B. Cai-sten, Thomas Hander?. Arthur | Mlllls, Ij-on Lconaid, Edna Morn. Armond Robl. Marjorle McCllntock. William Hugh Mack. Annie Hinkle and the "perfect 36" chorus. Bela.co?->ora Baye? In "I.oask ?Ytao'. Here.?? Nora Bayes, who la generally eon-] ceded to be one of the most popular musical ?tars, will be the attraction af the Shuhcrt-Belaseo Theater next week in a new musi-al piny entitled , "Look Whoa Here.' the book and' lyrics by Harry B. Smith an.l the m-jsical score by A. Baldwin Sloan. aliti staged by Lee-en Krrol. H. H. Frazee presents Miss Bayo? In this production, and those who will be seen in the more prominent \ role? are Irving Fisher, who has been nppesring with Miss Bayes for some time past; Hal Ford, who recently ; ? losed an engagement with "Oh, ? ' Hoy"; AI Kleid?, an eccentric singing ( and dancing omedian; Arthur Dfa- j con, for five years a Henry W. Sav age musical comedy star; William Kent, laew Cooper. Florence Morri son. Viola Cain. Arthur Curtis. Jane Elliott, and Margaret Adalr. are other artists of reputation and ability. Miss F.ayes is happily placed In an excellent part particularly suited to her varied talents and truly magnetic peiTBonality. During the ai'tlon of the ptav she sings ?everal new songs which ?he considers the beet of her large repertoire. In some of these she is assisted by the Adamless Chorus of beautiful girls. Poll's?"B?.lne.s Before Plca.ere.*? Theatergoers of WaahingPjn who remembered "Abe" Potash and "Mawruss" Perlmutter as the quaint and whimsical partners in the cloak and suit business have found a new fund of laughter ln the experiences of their old friends in the "movie" world, in "Business Before Pleas ure." the new "Potash and Perlmut ter" comedy which A. H. Woods Is presenting at Polis Theater this week. "Busines? Before Pleasure" Is be- ? Ing presented by the original New I York cast, which occupied the stage of the Elting? Theater, New York, for a ?olid year. ? F. Keith?.?Vaudeville. Joseph E. Howard, the musical comedy ?tar and composer, with Ethlyn Clare and a company of forty players in "The Song Bird Revue." will be the stellar feature at B. F. Keith's Theater next week, with a spectacularly staged Fourth Liberty Bond drive as the extra added attrac tion. Van and Schenck. "The Pen nant-winning Battery of Rongland." are a special Inclusion; Kate Elinore. "The Goddess of Billikln," and Sam Williams, will offer "A Reel of Real Fun"; Clarence Oliver and George Olp will present Hugh Herbert's comedy, I "Discontent." Others will be Leo ! Beers, the distinctive entertainer: i Stan Stanley. "The Bouncing Fellow." and the Stanley? In amusing antics; J Betty Bond, in "Going Up in Vaude- ; ville,'? Mitchell and King. "Imitators Inique." and the Hearst-Pathe news pictorial and actual war films. Next Sunday at 3 and 8:15 p. m. the bill will be composed of Valeska Su ratt. Janet Adalr. Hermine Shone | and the other features in the current bill. Gayety?"Maids of America.?? If advance announcements are realised, burlesque patrons have a genuine treat In store for them when the Maids of America bring their ' latest production. "Without Rhyme ! of Reason," to the Gayety Theater next week. An entirely new ?how has been arranged, many decided novelties have been provided, not the least of which Is an excellently related story fashioned along orig inal Ideas and full of scenes snd Incidents that are surprising in con ctrptlon as well as being Intensely humorous. Throughout the two acts there are lively musical num bers rendered hy a large choru? of' pretty girls, with the assistance oi an octette of male voices. Incident to the action, several meritorious specialties are to be Introduced. ? The principals engaged tn the per- | formance include many widely known players, such ss Al K. HaH. funster extraordinary. Bobby Barry! ?aeorge E. Snyder and Jane May. Florence Rother. Mae Stanley. Gus Stevenson. D. Mclvor. Charles Smith and the Liberty Trio. New I-ycee?????Frailes ef ?he Xlte." "The Frolics of the N'ite," which be^inni'ii with the matinee Sunday is the week's attraction at the New Lyceum Theater, is leaving behind It ... repirtation for capacity hojse?. Few hurlcsque attractions can boast ?uch an array of talant aa will he asen with the phow during ila stay In the Carita! In the caat Are Irving Gear and Ben Holmes, rated aa exceptionally good comediar?a: Maude Rockwell, prima donna; and Dot Barnett, Ren ni e Freed man and Blanch? Nadeau Many specialties are introduced throughout the ihow. (oimo??Vmudrt lllr. Two headline attraction? will be I offered at the Cosmos Theater next ; week, "Bon Bonn." a delightful lit-j tic musical comedy featuring Dolly . Rocs, Harry Watson and Jack Mar tin, with a beauty chorus, and the] Scully Playera in "The Nation** j I'rril." a tin illing playlet based ? upon Hun activity at the National | Capital. Other offerings will include, the lace?lo Midg-ts in Fmall-folKa acrobatics; Lane and Plant, with a humming rathskeller act; Tyler and Crolius. with the latest in nut com edy, and Freddy Weber and Com pany in something new in ventril oquism, with Cecil B. De Milles ar tistic photoplay, "Till I Come Back to Vou," as the added matinee at traction, supplemented with a Sen nMt-Paramount comedy and tn Hearst-Pathe New* with the late.-1 war pictures. Sunday? pi rformance.*. start in:* at 3 p. tn.. will feature "The Littl?? Burglar," a musical mix-up; thi Royal ?i?fls-rOtgnes and Hani on *n*i Clifton In unusual acrobatics. ? ? ? ??? ? rolmnldn?"Hei < ountrj Flrat.*' Vivian Martin in her new phot""? pl-iy. "Her Country Flrat.*' will be ?son at Lnew'a Columbia Thursday and for the remainder of the cur rent week. The story was written by Mary Kohorte Rinehart. Sunday and for the first half of next week William S Hart will be seen in his new photoplay, "The Border Wireless.'* Monre'a (?arilra?"Thr 5treet of fir** en Hata?*4 On Wednesday and Thursday nf the current week the, < hief photo? play a Urnrt ion at Moore's Garden Theater will be a film version of Mary Roheit? RlneKart's delightful romance, "The Streets of Seven Star?," in which the stellar role ir taken by charming Doris Ktnyon. For the l.ast two days of this week at the Garden the offering will be Bluebird'* outdoor cit.s sic. "That Devil Bat?ese," with Monroe Salis bury pictured in the role of a French-Canadian woodsman of the great Northwest. Next week will bring to the Gar den Sunday through Tueadfcy, "Kil dare of the Storms." a gripping film play starring Emily Stevens. On next Wednesday and Thur.^day the unu.Oial o:\mera drama to lead the bill will be "By the World Forgot." ?a startling subject m which Hedda Nova and J. Fratrie Glendon are pic tured ?o-stars. Each daily feature will he au-j. plemented by short reels and or chestral accompaniment. Moore'a Strand?"Hobba In a Hurry.** "Hobb* in a Hurry," the fa.Mo.-t mr.*?t amusing and most agreeably ex citine photoplay vehicle William Rus sell ha-1? ever had. will be the chiel attraction nt Moore's Strand Theater the last three day* of the Barran I week, beginning Thursday. "The Romance of Tartan." a piarr. moth sequel to "Tarzan of the Apes, in which are visualized the dosili. chapters of Edgar Rice Burr*uj;hs remarkable narrative, will be the of fering throughout next week at th? Strand. COLORED CITIZENS PATRIOTIC EnciKPtlc colored citizen? of J?ck sonvi!l?\ Fla., subscribed for fl.? time?, their quota for the Third I.lia erty Loan Issue. Thev were aukeri le raise ?.???? and the return? were fo? ??SO.Ot?. TRAIN YOUR HAIR AS AN ACTRESS DOES. No class of people devotes as nuit .? time to beauty as do actresses, and on class must be more careful to retal ? and develop their charms. Inqut): develops the information that in ha care they find tt dangerous to sham poo with any makeshift hair cleanser The majority aay that to have tht best hair wash and scalp stimulait at a cost of about three cents, MM need only get a package of Oanthrov from your druggist; dissolve a tea spoonful in a-cup of hot'water ami your shampoo is ready. This makt enough shampoo liquid to apply It it all the hair instead ot just the top o the head. After its use the hair dric-* rapidly, with uniform color. Dan druff, excess oil and dirt are quickl. dissolved and entirely disappear who? you rinse the hair. After this you hair will be so fluffy it will look mur'. heavier than it Is. Its luster and soft ness will rtelWM you, while the stim ulated scalp gains the health whk.1 Intu? cs hair et ow th.?Adv. DRAFT PAPERS . COMING BACK First Questionnaires Sent to Registrants Already Reaching Boards. "With the distribution of question natre? to local registrante itili ?oint on, the pamphlets have begun to flow into the offices of th? local draft board? already. Every morning on the first delivery of mail 10 per cent of the registrants r< eclve their questionnaires. This is following the plan to distribute tht work of classification as evenly m* possible and thus avoid a rush at tne end of the work. While the board? have not been iwamped with the filled out question nafros, ?till a sufficient number have been returned tu indicate that t he people of the District ?re working hard to be the first to have their men ? iaKMfied. Although seven full days ate allowed the registrante to fill out the pamphlet and return it, a number o* the boards received questionnaires back Monday. With approximately 2 POO men of Washington receiving the question naires dally, the I-egal Advisory Hoard i? constantly urging the rcgto tianu to consult the lawyer? who are stationed throughout the city. Office.?. liave been opened in different parts of the city by the board, and there is a corps of lawyers ln attendance there to aid the registrant ln solving the knotty problems presented by the "question box.*' It 1* pointed out that these law yer? are servine; the men absolutely without remuneration. They are acting in the capacity of friends rather than In a professional way. Already a Large number of the reg istrants have presented their trou bles to the Legal Advisory Board nnd have received ?id. The law yer.* naturally advise against claim ing exemption on grounds which are not likely to stand the severe test to which they will be put. Another method of obtaining ex emption was opened up yesterday with the announcement that ?ny interested third party could claim deferred classification for the reg istrant by filling out a duplicate of the first page of the questionnaire While experience proves that no great number of these claims will be made, still there ?re cases where men are rather reluctant to claim exemption for themselves, fearing that they will be called stackers. NEW RULE CONCERNING CAMP PHOTOGRAPHY A radical ch.iu;e in the attitude ?of the Government toward photoRraphv | al>out the camp has just been r.uthw I Ixed. | Hitherto it has been the rule (hat no i picture? should be tak?"n in any camp ? without a permit. appll? .i.on fo New York?WASHINGTON?Paru. Warm Thinge for Baby And Hi* Older Sisters Soft, fleecy Bath Robe?, of eiderdown. for little one? 1 and 2 yean old; in pink and blue, with white collar? and cuffs: finished with crocheted edge and cord belt; $2.75 each. For the little one? from 2 to 6 year? come dainty Eiderdown Robe?, in pink and blue, in two ityle?. with button holed edges or trimmed in ?atin fold?; $2.75 to $3.50 each. For the older girl? from 8 to 16 year?, Blanket Bath Rob??, in pretty light and dark color?; made with collar and cuff? and cord belt; $4.00 and $5 00 each. Satin-trimmed Bath Robes, in pretty combination? of color?, such as blue and tan, gray and pink and dark blue and tan aad white; $5.00 and $?.50 each. Blanket Robes for the kiddies from 4 to 6 year?, in blue and pink, figured in white in nursery designs, $2.25 each. Baby Buntings, to keep baby warm when he takes his out ings; made of white eiderdown, bound with ?atin ribbon down the front and on the hood; $5.00 each. Baby Bunting, of double-faced eiderdown ; bound with riv bon and feather-stitched. $0.50 each. Baby Bunting, of corckd eiderdown, in white and interlined; $4.50 each. Figured Beacon Blankets, in pink and -white and blue and white: $1.25 each. White Beacon and Eiderdown Blankets, bound with pink and blue ribbon; $1.75 to $3.50 each. White Woolen Blankets, striped in pink or blue and bound with satin ribbon in the same shade; $3.50 to $5.00 each. Carriage Robes of white eiderdown, with deep border of pink satin and tacked with pink bows of baby ribbon, $430 each. Brown Corduroy Carriage Robes, trimmed with brown silk ribbon ruffles and lined with white silk; $6.00 each. F ru. fi ?nt t)?..anh art ^ whUh had to be made to the Commit, te? on Public Information. -The entire handling uf this matter has recently t>e?n turned ovar to th. ? Din tor of Military Intelligent who ' is also th?. Chief Military Censor, and been de-cMed in the interest of public convenirne? and of economy to remove many o? the it-str.itiotja hitherto imposed. Hereafter permita from Washington will not he ?-quired for tue takte? of ordinary photograph? camp? ?? military ?-?-tahlishment* de \oid of actii.tlea of a confidential | nature. The term open camps by the new regulation? just authorise i. ia taken to include divisional, re-place ment and officers' training camp? In theae campa the Intelligence OfBcar ia barged with th? authority to con . troi the activities of photographers with due avoidance of di ?en min?t ton. \- ul! details are given in Special Reg ulations, and form? may be aecured . from the Plreetor of Military Tntel ? licence. 13)0 ? street. Waahington. 1 I?, c. "The Owners of Swift & Company" (Now Over 22,000) Did it ever occur to you that you can partake of Swift & Company's profits,? and also share its risks,?by becoming a co-partner in the business? It is not a close corporation. You ?oan do this by buying Swift & Company shares, which are traded in on the Chicago and Boston stock exchanges. There are now over 22,000 shareholders of Swift & Company, 3,500 of whom are employes of the Company. These 22,000 shareholders include 7,800 women. Cash dividends have been paid continuously for thirty years. The regular rate at present is 8 per cent. The capital stock is all one kind, namely, com mon stock?there is no preferred stock, and this common stock represents actual values. There is no "water," neither have good will, trade marks, nor pat ents been capitalized. This statement is made for your informati.'- ? J not for the purpose of booming Swift & Co stock. We welcome, however, live stock producers, retailers, and consumers as co-partners. We particularly like to have for shareholders the people with whom we do business. This leads to a better mutual understanding. Year Book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company X.T.?u?jr President Washington Leocai Branch, 10-14Center Market D. ? Dutrow. Manager.