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MEMORIAL FINANCE GROUP IS ENLARGED Mrs. Kahn and Mrs. Owen Added to National Ad visory Council. * Mrs. Florence P. Kahn of California and Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen of Florida, Representatives in Congress, have been abided to the national advisory council and finance committee of the George ■ Washington Memorial Association, ac * cording to an announcement from cam paign headquarters of the association at •*' 1010 Vermont avenue. The council and committee are con ducting a Nation-wide drive for funds with which to complete the memorial, '■ the foundation of which has been com pleted on a tract approved by Congress at Sixth and B streets. Mrs. Harry F. Dimock, president of the memorial association, announced yesterday that plans for the building have been completed and that she hoped actual construction would begin soon. It Is planned to have the memorial com pleted by 1832, when the 200th anniver sary of Washington's birth will be cele brated. In a letter to Mrs. Dimock, Chief Jus tice William Howard Taft, member of the National Advisory Council, states: "What we need is a great beautiful ' building that shall not only be a tri umph in architecture worthy of Wash ington, but a structure which shall be a model auditorium, a spacious and comfortable place for the gathering and ' seating of thousands of Washington’s countrymen, reminding them constantly of the wonderful treasure we have in his . example. "We have the site. We have the foundation of the building. And lam sure that in the next two years you will find back of you a grateful mass of men and women who will seize the opportu nity here presented and make their love of country speak ip stone and marble.” The Fine Arts Commisison has ap ‘ proved the plans of the memorial which lit in with the present building scheme of the Park and Planning Commission. The central feature will be a great au ditorium in the form of an elipse, which will seat 11,000 persons. The floor is to be level so that Inaugural balls and other official functions may be held there. Campaign headquarters In the Den tike Building is in charge of Robert Lloyd, director of the campaign for funds of the finance committee. hollandwillFrobe CURACAO INCIDENT Three Officert Are Named to Con duct Investigation of Wil lemstad Raid. By the Associated Press. THE HAGUE. Holland, July 6 Three Dutch police and military offi cers will leave for Curacao shortly to ■ Institute an inquiry into the conduct of the police and military authorities of that colony on the occasion of the Wil lemstad raid by Venezuelan filibusters last month. ... They are M. Hoorweg, formerly head of the police in the Dutch East; Col. Bennetwitz, formerly military com mander of Acheen, Sumatra, and M. Rleken, police inspector at The Hague. The destroyer Kortenaer is returning Iran Curacao Monday; she was dis patched post haste there because of the raid, but her presence is no longer re garded as necessary as the battleship Hertog Hendrik is now there. ZEPPELIN WORLD CRUISE WILL START ON JULY 28 > . Agent of Company in Los Angeles Gets Cable From Ekener Giving Flans. ""'Br the Associated Pres*. LOB ANGELES, July 6.—Lieut. Karl Lange, Western representative of the ' Luftshtffbau Zeppelin Corporation of announced the receipt of a ' cablegram today from Dr. Hugo Eck ener, commander of the Graf Zeppelin, Informing him the dirigible would leave Germany on July 28 on a round-the world cruise. All arrangements for the flight of the famous transoceanic flying vessel have been completed, Lieut. Lange said '* he was Informed. The proposed cruise is expected to require 28 days. A stop -• will be made here. No other details of the voyage were made known. - ADVERTISEMENT. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS RUINED HER HEALTH A MRS. ANNA HUNT “Tired and worn out, yet my nerves would not let me rest or sleep; for hours X would lay awake and when morning came I would get up feeling as tired as when I went to bed. For months X stood this strain. Borne things X used gave me a little relief but most medicines seemed to lose their effect in a short time and then X would try something different. If X tried to read there seemed to be blade spots floating before my eyes and X would have attacks of weak, dimy spells. Due to chronic constipa tion I was forced to use a strong laxative but it seemed as though most of the things I used only upset me and X would feel worse than before X used them; my stomach was terribly upset, food would not digest, seemed to lodge in the pit of my stomach and lay there to sour and ferment; gas that formed caused my stomach to swell and Moat, the pains pressed up around my chest and I felt miser able. Beveral weeks ago X made up my mind to try Miller’s Herb Extract (formerly called Herb Juice) as so many here in Washington claimed it to be a wonderful remedy. I can hardly describe the wonderful relief Sings to Veterans PRINCESS VAL-ES-TA. CHICAGO ACCEPTS GAS PROBE OFFER Officials Agree 4 to Pool Resources in Investigation of Methyl Chloride in Refrigeration. By the Associated Press. CHICAGO, July 6.—Health officials of this city will accept the offer of the Federal Government to pool resources in the investigation of methyl chloride gas used in refrigeration which Dr. Arnold Kegel, health commissioner, blamed for 21 cases of sickness here, seven of which ended fatally. The offer of the Government was extended by Maj. Gen. H. L. Gilchrist, chief of the United States Chemical Warfare Service, who placed the Edge wood Arsenal, with its system of gas chambers and laboratories at the dis posal of the local officials. The officer wrote Dr. Kegel asking for a complete report on the situation. “If the stories are correct, they in volve a subject of vital importance to the entire world,” he wrote. Walgreen Earnings Jump. CHICAGO, July 6 (4*). —Sales for June by the Walgreen Co. totaled $3,- 884.770. it was reported today, against $2,579,071 in June of last year. For the six months ended June 30 total sales were $21,000,242, as compared with $14,323,646 during the correspond ing period last year. WATCH ANO CLOCK RtPAIRINO Cteclif Cdßed For-Oelioerrf-Cwranteet @TffiBOYS P National 7280. BALDNESS CAN BE AVOIDED* I ml* With Lucky Tiger. like Head and Iflr'fßSkV Chest Cold, cen be healed IB yfw&Sk with Whyte-Fox *• IV Money-Back; Guar* |l« lsKflaatee. Barbers or druggist, ADVERTISEMENT. this medicine gave me, from the very first, and as I continued using it I could feel myself gaining in health and strength; why in Just a few days this medicine had the bowels moving regularly and from then on 1 felt like a different person. I no longer.had that nervous, restless feeling, food agreed with me, the gas pains passed away and to my great relief I could sleep sound the night through, I never have any more of .those weak, dizzy attacks and feel better in every way since using Miller’s Herb Extract. X have also talked to a number of my friends who have used this medi cine and they agree with me that it. is a wonderful regulator and builder for the entire system.** Mrs. Anna Hunt; who.gatfe this statement a few days ago, resides at 607 H Street N.W'. If yon feel in.need *f this medicine don’t experiment with something rap posed to bo Just as good, go to tho Peoples Drag Store, SOS 7th St. N.W* talk to tho nun who is there for the sole purpose of explaining Miller’s Herb Extract (formerly called Herb Juice) and learn why it is the choice of hundreds of thousands. Us hows are 9 mb. to 8:80 p.w. THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C„ JULY 7, 1929-PART 1, INDIAN PRINCESS SINGS AT HOSPITAL y ■■■■" 11 ■" Walter Reed Patients Hear Isa bella Erdlitf, Graduate Nurse, in Program. An Indian princess sang last night for the Walter Reed Hospital corps and disabled veterans. The singer was Isa bella Francesca Erdlltz, a graduate Red Cross nurse, who bears as her given In dian name Princess Val-es-ta, which means “Queen of the Flowers." Bom in Marinette, Wis., the Prin cess Val-es-ta was adopted into the / oURWtt* ]\f / i laXXo < ceiote-x Home- Cool, Pleasant Rooms .i # . 4 * • * “ even when it’s 90° outside! 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She wore a costume made by a member of the Ute Tribe, of white deerskin, on which the beads were sewn with deer sinews and trimmed with lit tle copper balls. The Princess Val-es-ta was graduated In the nurses’ course from Georgetown University Hospital. She studied music abroad with LUU Lehmann and studied at the New York College of Music In New York City. Her voice is* of lyric soprano quality. She has received much encouragement In her singing career from officials of the Metropolitan Opera House, and hopea some day to sing In a role in an American Indian opera. Her plans for the immediate present in clude a European tour, with a xeturn to Washington early next Spring. VIOLINIST RECOVERS. BRUSSELS, July 6 OF).—Eugene Ysaye, the world-famed violinist who re cently underwent amputation of a leg because of a diabetic condition, waa pronounced by his physicians today as out of danger. The wound has healed without complications ad the musician probably will be released from the hos pital next week. Science Says Intensified “’Necking”. Is Spreading Diseases of Mouth Br the Associated Press. PORTLAND. Oreg., July 6.—" Nec king,” which he declared to be on the Ircrease and becoming more strenuous, Is causing a spread of mouth diseases. Dr. Robert A. Keilty, told the American secretary of clinical pathologists’ con vention here today. Dr. Keilty Is con sulting clinical pathologist of the United States Veterans’ Bureau. "People kiss more strenuously than they did 15 years ago. the speaker said, “and the result is a spread In mouth diseases.” Delegates heard discussions of many kinds of germs with names unfamiliar to laymen. Dr. Walter M. Simpson, Dayton, Ohio, who last year received a medal from the national association for research of tularemia and undulent fever, .reported on his work In curbing tularemia. “Up to 1924 only 15 cases of tula remia were known to medical analysis,” Dr. Simpson said, “but during the past five years more than 800 cases have been reported In America and many more in Russia.” More Christmas cards were made In England last year than In any previ ous season. SLAYER OF GIRL TO DIE ON GALLOWS FOR CRIME Middle-Aged Woodsman Who At tacked and Strangled Child of 7. Is Sentenced. By the Associated Press. UKIAH, Calif.. July 6.—Thomas Le bew, convicted slayer of 7-year-old The resa Johnson of Fort Bragg, today was sentenced to be hanged at San Quentin Prison September 13. Lehew, middle-aged woodsman, lis tened calmly to pronouncement of sen tence. The Johnson girl was attacked and strangled to death near here recently while on her Way home from school. Lehtw confessed and was con.’icted.