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THE WASHINGTON TBIES, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5; 1915.
15 ROBERT BACON SAILS He Says American Ambulances - Have Transported 75,000 Wounded in France. Sr.W VOTIIC, Nov C RoWt tUeon mlletl jcntrSoy on thi Hottorilani. He Is Koine to JJurope In iotinctlnn with the worU of th Amerlnn Am bulance Hospital In Paris snd also In connection with the service of tin Harvard stirclcal unit, which In en rrrd In hospital work with the Hrlt lh army. 'The Armr'can Aintmlnrce In FYlnce'," said Mr. Union. 'Is running now nt high pressure, and with maximum effi ciency. There are nejrl 6. patient In the hnsp'tnl at Ncullly, about 2W 111 the hospital at Julllj, and the motor ambu lances In Pari nnd at the front hae transporter! more thnA TS.iVtt wounded. The Amerlcin Ambulance must line a large amount of monei to continue the wrk, apd It la hoped the generou con tributions of last ear will be reneed and that subset Iptlona will be received from persons throughout the country who are only now learning of this work. "The Harvard unit of thirty two doo tors and seven!) -lite nurses will b in charge of a British military hospital of 1,0 A beds " Mr. tlncon will return In a few weeks to lake up more actively the work of the Securltj League, the Army League, the Navj League, the Ami rlcantxatlon Day Committee and other organizations for preparedness of whkh he Is a mem ber 'The Mirlous actl(tes which have been formed for national service o'Till kinds, especlallv prepiredntvs I believe to be of great use " said Mr. Bacon, "and I urn Impressed with the Import ance at this time of co-ordinating all the efforts that aie hnx made to waken the national consciousness "If this nation Is to endure as one of the respected membvi of the society of nations and I tn bome on o' the leaders of Internatloul -inlnlon. there must be a nitloml rlliatlon If our International nbllc itlui of the honor able obligations of International con duct. Such a conviction can come only from n national soul free from the dom ination of ielllh material Interests A targe aggregation of people with vary In and conflicting Ideals lscklnc; co hesion, does not constitute n nation tt la essential thst the peonle should have common Impulses, common Ideals ' Surgeon Cuts Bullet From Soldier's Heart LONDON, Nov. 5 The removal of a bul'et from on of the chambers of the heart, under the Influence of orlv a local anesthetic, -ith the patient watch lug the operation. Is described fcv an armv sur.-eon In the British Medical Journal The heart was handled freely, opened with a knife, probed with heavy foiieps, and closed with a row of stitches, without affecting Its contrac tions or causing the patient the slightest pain or discomfort. "Th operation was performed undir local anesthetic.'1 writes the surgeon, "cocoalne with adrenalin The heal t was exposed No wound could be seen, hut the bullet whs felt at the back of the heait. clthei In the muscle or in the. right vcntiiclc. It was noticed tlin' manipulation of the heart latised tii" patient no pain or discomfort of nnv kind, though the ortin occaslonallv niltsed a bent, and this In spile o' the fact that the anesthetic had been In jected only Into the skin and muscles of the chest wall The patient, of courae. was conscious throughout. "The bullet was grasped and . then felt to bo inside the chambei, a,o in in cision half an Inch lonK was male In the heart wall nnd the bullet removed b forceps" Press Gallery List To Undergo Revision A revision of the Pres Ciallerv list carried In the Congressional Directory being imperative, it wll bo necessary for everv pel son entitled to the privi leges of the Press Gallery during the Mxtv -fourth Congress to make fresh application for admission The com mittee has the right to require that ap plications be authenticated IS the home, office Blank ma) be procuied at the rooms of the National Press Club, of the su licilntcndents of the Senate nnd House press galleries, nnd at the office of the xecrctai v of the standing committee. Jl Home Life building, wlvre all applica tions should be forwarded All applications should be In the hands of Iho standing committee by No vember 31, 1315 Awarded Divorce From . Pittsburgh Lumber Man In a decree sJ.-ned hv Justice Anderson Maude I. Girts Is t,lven a di vorce from l.aJalle Olrts, n 1'lttshurgh ical estate and lumber man, arid all moii) ol nw for the maintenance of herself nnd child Tho deciee provides that Olrts shall pa) to the plaintiff 500 tomorrow and each month theieaftei' l, and In ad dition it requires him to py for the education of tho child and all medical nnd dental bills lncuirrd fd'r the child The sum of J1W vnnunllv also Is to bo given to the child for clothing and In cidentals The decre furthei pi ov Ides that the attorrevs fees of Vfi be piid by the defendant Mis Glita was represented hv Attoineis J B. I arner and Jl W. Parker W K Ambiose represented the defendant To Give Illustrated Lecture on Hawaii An Illustrated lecture on the Hawaiian Islands will b given jt ' "0 o'clock to night bv I Union M 1 licks, In the Mt rieasant Consiegatlonnl Church, Four teenth street and Columbia road, under tho Join' auspices of the social service riepartm"iit of the chuiph and the Par ents' league of the third division schools Mi Hick has lived In Hawaii tor a number of years, and personally took the pictures which he will exhibit tonight. Mrs U F Kebler, president of thc Patents' League, Invites nil school children to attend the lecture Admission will he free Tomorrow morning the Nature Study Club of the Parents' League will visit thc Botanic Gulden under the leader ship of Miss Glad)s Shedd and Mrs Isaao Elliott All who are Interested In nature studv are Invited to Join the class. Small Morning Fire. The combination of an electric flttlron Ad a bed caused an eirlv morning fire In the home of John C I etts T.o; High land avenue northwest lodav rn , covered by insurance, will i to about 1100, THE BEST Phdtoplay Department in Washington Likes to Act in the Pictures Because She Can Have Real Home Washington thcateigoeis, whether thev have the nhotop'.av habit or plcfer the speaking stage, nave sc , iiulied the faculty of adopting as ineir own inose actors ann acirfsaca who have at any time lived In the District oi plavcd hcie for any length of time. That Is one of the reasons why the appearance of Maiguerlte Snow In a motion picture Is looked for us a big head event. .Miss .Snow Is one of the oung actresses w'ho has been adopted bv Washington becausu Wnshlnutou knows her personally, for one icason, and because she Is a hi. different from tho average photo play siai loi anothel leaauu. Miss Snow was at one time a resident of this city and man) theutcrgoers re inotnbet her as leading woman of a stock companv that enjoyed unite a bit of success at the IJclasco 1 hea ter for two summer seasons Hhe attracted attentlou at that time be cause of the uualltv of her work, and she tuss been nttl acting attention since then at least of Washing tonlans because of her motion pic ture work. Miss Snow liked Washington almost as much as Washington liked her. One of the lessons was that It gave her an opportunity to have a home, and she Is paitlculany fond of "fuss ing" about a house, n she calls It. And that Is also one o! the reasons she likes motion pictures because they give her an opportunity to have a home. There are other reasons, of course, as she Is a. leal believer in the ait of the photoplay and the ultimate success of those who go In for It Intelligently to bring It to a. high Diane. As she puts It: 'I fcuesa the real reason why I like moving pictures better than I ever did the stage Is because when you are working in pictures ou get a chance to settle down and have a home, while when you are on tho stage life Is Just one hotel after an other "1 started out on the stage when I was fourteen, and waa dragged around all over the universe by un feeling managers until tlve years ago, when t got a chance to go to work for tne Thanhouscr people In New Hot belle. "The people are getting awfully tired of pictures that Just ramble along and also of stunt pictures They like a real gripping story. People are getting so familiar with pictures tbat It takes something really good to Interest them. "Vou will see that the actors and actresses who make a success In motion pictures are not trltag to be acton and authors and directors all at once. Vou have to nut all )our time In at acting to be a success at It. "1 think Ou'll also find that the people to reach the ton in the plc tmea and stick there are the ones who got their training on tho stage l.ots of actors and actresses get sud denly famous by means of some t stunt they can do. but the public quickly tires of that one stunt and demands some real acting " O. M. Next Week's Films Richard Duhler. the Wajhlngtonian who Is a popular stock leading man will be featured at Moore's Strand Theater next week from Sunda) until Wedncs dav In the photoplay 'The nights of Man." written and produced by Louis Reeves Harrison The picture In an en dravor to show the horror of war Mr Buhler scores an artistic tr umnh as tne soldier who lavs aside his arms and becomes a dlclple of peace In h'S support -will be seen Itosetta llrlce, George Clark, tiara Lambert. Charles Brandt. Florence William, and other Lubln favorites For the remainder of the week Frank Kecnan will be seen In a plclurliatlon of reter II Kyne's story ' Thc Long Chance," The dally program -will In clude Mutual subjects, th topical re view, and special musical accompani ments Next week's pTosrnm of picture plavs at Crandall'a Theater features Sunday a return engagement of the photoplay version of 'Salvation Nell." based on YOU'RE BILIOUS! CLEAN LIVER ANO T i . 'Don't stay headachy, sick, or 1 have bad breath and ' sour stomach. Wake up feeling tine! Best laxative for men, women and children. lCnlov life Remove tno liv,r and bowel poison which Is keeping jour head dizzy, vour tongue coated, breath offensive and stomach sour. Don't sta, bilious sick, headachy, constipated and full of cold Why don't ou get a box of Cascarcts from the drug store nnd eat one or two tonight and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleans ing vou ever experienced You will wake up feeling fit and fine Casctreti never gripe or Bicken like salts pills and ca'onel The) at so genth that vou hatdlv realize vnu have taken a shartle Molher "hnuld give i.ross sick, bilious or feverish children a whole Lascaret snv time thev act thor oughly axd are harmless A4vt- IWORK WHILE YOU SLEEP! PHOTOPLAYS, AND PHOTOPLAYERS By dABDlflCK MACK. 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Mends), Tuesday, Wednesda). and Ihuisda), William Fox will present Robert H Mantell In The Bllmlnes of Devotion," by Rex Inginm the novelist ml playwright Mr Mantell Is sup ported b) Genevieve I1nmir Clnlre Whitney, Stuart llolucw, Hcnr) 1 one and liter iiuitnn Friday nna S tuiilnv the World Film Corpniatlon will pre.cn the Chrl K Harris feature ' Th- llrtirts of Men." with Ueaulbh Po) liter plivlng npposlte Arthur Donaldson In th pilnclini role At Moore's Oardn Theater from Sun-I da) until Wednesday Mme. olga Pet rova will he een in a screen adapta tion of Robert W Services ballad "My, .uHimiiiM. in -ifr suppori win ue sien Guv ( uombi Hv-dvn Dumn Albert Howson, Jntncs O Nell, nnil Alice Hlache Margarita Flsi her will he feature) for the lemalntlor of the week In tin Uteri Miiluol M.istcr Pli lure. "The Jllnide or Life Miss I Ischer appeal .i ii voung bride and Ilnrr) I'olliril pIhs the role of the unthinking voung husband The dallv program will bo further augmented bv Mutual pictures the topical review, and special musical uecuinpanimeiua. Secretary of Labor to , Address Bible Class, The fall rallv meeting of the men' Bible clas of the Flint Preh)terian Church will be held thl evening. In' addition to n eddies bv Seeretar) nf Labor Wilson, the program will inrlulei i ali'C'iu nei "i niu-irjii milliner1 . buffet lunch will plo he served The committee In chuge cnnlts of A A. Chonev, chulrmin C M Ballard, R. A Preston. Klmer T Good, and John F. William Sectional Do you know about them?, Do you take an interest in the care of your books and the appearance of your library? May be had in Simple Colonial Designs Sheraton Art Mission in plain library styles and in most any finish. A holiday gift that will be useful and appreciated. May we have the-pleasure of showing you? Everett Entertainment Tonight At George Washington An ntertnlnment of the students and ficultv of the orts nnd science de partment of George Washington I'nl versltv will be held tonight at S o'clock at the Art and Sciences building, V2i G tree' northwest Arrangement are In the h mis of members of the Wom en s I nlv-rIU- Club Prof William Allen Wilbur, dean of Columbian College, will preside, and an address v III be delivered bv Rear Ad tnlral CI nile Herbert Htncktnn retired, president of the university. GET IT FIRST-NQT LAST When a cold grips your system tt U com incing proof that yqur condition is wsaki:nef!-remcmber that. It is risky indeed to simply trust your strength to throw it off, because neglected colds have brought more serious sirknew thin -tny other one thing, while weak !,ninflnihartic3 andstimulatingsyrups are often depressing and dangerous. The one best treatment for any c'Old the one so often relied on wlicft others fail, is thc powerful blood-nourishment in Scott's .Emulsion, which feeds thc very sources of bodily strength to sup l?;css the present cold and generate strength to thwart further. sickness. Get Scott's first, not last and insist on the genuine always free from aW cohol and injurious drugs. Rcott & Howne BtoouinVld.N J 1-l Bookcases tea TODAY'S bEST FILMS By GARDNER MACK. Kvoiett Dutterfleld and Julia Hlano, In "The Seventh Noon"'' (Mutual Master Picture!, the Garden, t!3 .Ninth street. , ,. , Frederick Lewis and Helen Tracey, In "JJought" (World Film Corp.), Crandall'a, Ninth and F, streets. Hazel Dawn. In "Tho Maqueraders." adapted from tho play by Henry Arthur Jones (Famous Players), Loan's Columbia, Twelfth and V streets. lilchsrd Bennett and his co-workers. In "Damaged Goods," adapted. from the play by Kugene tirleux (Ameri can!, with a spoken prologue by Althur Robb, acted by Monta licit nnd Charles Oilman, the Strand, Ninth and D stteets. William Fat num. n "The Nigger," adapted from the play by Kdward Sheldon (Fox Film Co.). the 1a fayette, li, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth stteets. Ataty Charleson and Rosetta llrlce. In "When youth Is Ambitious," by Daniel Caison -Goodman (Lubln), the Revere, Georgia avenue and Park road Klhel Clayton, In "The College Widow," adapted fronthe play by George Ade (Lubln). the Circle, 2105 I'entis)lvanla avenue. Col. Theodore Roosevelt. Helen Radgcle), ond Lawrence Swin burne. In "The Spirit of Audubon" Thanhouset), the Empire, 911 II street northeast. Crane Wilbur, In "The Wood of Our Mrothera" iCenlaur), the American, Flint stieet and Rhode Island ave nue Helen Rosson and Jack Richardson, In "Ureexv Bill, Outcast" (Mus tang) thc Staunton, Sixth street and Massachusetts avenue north- eint. Aiiltn Stewart and Earle Williams. In "The sins of the Mothers." the Vltagraph-New York Sun $1 ono prise pbotoplav. by Elaine Stern, the Oljmplc. H31 I' street I.I I lln n Lorialne and William Court leith Jr , In "Neal of the Navy." eighth episode (Pathel. the Masonic Auditorium. Thirteenth street and New York avenue. Mlgnon Anderson, In "The Mile stones of Life" (Mutual Master Picture), Crandatl'a Apollo, Ml Jl street northeast Note- These selections are made from programs prepared by the managers of the theaters concerned, nnd no responsibility Is assumed for srhltrary changes without notice to The Time.. The) aie based on the personally of the plavers and the producing rompan) and not per sonal Inspection, except In special cases o jr. Brandeis Will Speak on Holy Land's Restoration The restoration and upbuilding of the Holy Land will be the subject of an address by Louis D. Rrandels In Me morial Continents! Hnll next Tuesdav evcnlnr. on which occasion he will voice the plans and aspirations of Zionism A committee representing the Zionists of Wsshlngton has arranged the meet ing lt chilrman Is Julius I Pevser, nnd the othei members are Mrs Adojph ICshn, Judge Milton Strasburger, Dr. Renjtmln L Grossman. Robert Szold, Hairy O Sandberg. Mark Stearman, Morrl Frcllucoff. Joseph I.. Tepper. and D Alpher The aim of the Zionist Is not to BayouM a runt' WIN CI 'found, a government of Jews so muth as iu ccure a noma lur mts peopia oi that race, particularly those of Russia nnd Ttoumanla," ssJd Mr. Peyser. "Mr. Ilrandcls Is chairman of the provisional committee for Zionist afralrs. whlcM It doing the work carried on In Iluropo before the war broke out." An Ideal Remedy for Nursing Mothers Compound of Simple Laxative Herbs Safe for Baby and Mother. Constipation Is a condition that af fects tho old, young, and mlddlo-axcd, and most people nt one time or an other need help In regulating the ac tion of the bovvels. Harsh cathartics, and purgatives should not be employ ed to relieve constipation, as their ef fect Is only temporary, while they shock the aystem unnecessarily. A remedy that can be used with per fect safely for the tiniest babe and that Is equally effective for the strongest constitution Is found in the combination of simple laxative herbs known ns Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and sold In drug stores cverywhero for fifty cents a bottlt This Is an Ideal household remedy and should be livevery family medicine chest. Mts. F. I. Rarsolow II Leslie St., HoJyoke, Mass, wrote to Dr. Cald well, "Syrup Pepsin certainly Is fine. I gave It to my baby, Evelyn, and also took It myself It Is the only medicine I have been able to take without affecting baby In the nur sing, I have used It for all four chll- M'lll . 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But Nujol is a genuine remedy in that it relieves con stipation in the most natural way by lubricating the lining of the intestines, softening the intestinal contents, and thus promoting healthy and normal bowel activity. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (New Jercey) RIO.U.a.fAT.t A PURE WHITE MINERAL OIL Write for "The Rational Treatment of Constipation," an informative treatise on constipation. If you can not get Nujol from your druggist, we will send you a pint bottle pre paid to any point in the United States on receipt of 75c money order or tamps. "Surveying Backbone." A "surviving"" backbond' for the Mid dle AVtst las just beeif laid out bv If I United States Oialoglunl h'urve). This Is an extensive, nurtiiale am c. Wfihli within lis aira will serve ns a bids of nil surveylii and mapping .BissssssssssssTv&asw sftsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVwsaaaV .sLiiiiiflVPBt' aLfe. SLlllllflP ?MSlJllBil 'K9LsiiBsiBs1KkIv-?'M jilsff5t?2IWisBWPTO?jts j V'i '? mmmMmim SMSTl Sff. ft fcrifji,i i l-wii !., . mfl.. 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