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THE WASHINGTON TDIES.1 FRIDAY,' AUGUST 31? 1917.
' T WAVES" OF PEACE LOS ANGELES, Aug. 31 Mrs Charles Frederick Joy, widow of a former Congressman from Missouri, believes that a universal optimism ex pressed In thought will do much to Inspire the boys going to war and that a concordance of "thought" for peace will bring the war to an end. She says: "I am one of a multitude who feel that every human being In America should work for conquest and peace. "It is an established fact that in the air are heat waves and waves of eold. So, too, there are waves of crime of different kinds; waves of sui cide, robbery, murder. "Then, there are waves of religious excitement. Thought arises, meets and mingles with its like, making waves which sweep over and through minds attuned to receive IL Is not the subtle Influence of one man's strong thought felt throughout an entire city, even when he is silent? "A man may be Illiterate, jet he can send from his mind a potent force. Even a child may think 'peace, harmony,' and swell the waves. Mothers should be told that thoughts of fear and anxiety tend to weaken their boys, for thoughts govern and shape our lives. At present thoughts of fear, of disaster, are clouding those of peace. The stay at-homes who de sire peace mingle their thoughts with ear. Each young man's enthusiasm Is dampened by his family's fears. "Thought, thoURh unseen, is like a current of electricity which could be made so strong and vibrant with URGES TOENDWORLDWAR SUCCESS is the result of the public's appreciation of your efforts to please them. We have provided for you luxuriously appointed parlors where you may hear VICTOR RECORDS and VICTROLAS under the most favorable conditions, and where you will receive the most courteous service. Don't Fail to Call On 'BALTlfw- 1221 F Street N. W. Victrolas and Victor Records Exclusively Jj laausfaisua mm ::urtmaz azmuz ;:;: uiMmxuznm m My Seta of Teeth That Fit Gold CroiTim, and JlrfdcetTork Made of the very highest quality of A very arood ;.$5 set for only. A better aet. made of best materials . . . $10 rot uuauiy u 2-ovrqe Is. per iStxJ cold karat- The best set to be had anywhere at $15 prire I a tooth s DR. WHITE, 407 7th St.; J The Coolest, Jloat Senllary Dental Office In Town. C Opposite Wotlirorlh'i 5 and lOe store. Iloumi Dally, 8t30 aw m. to S p. n. g Sundays. 10 to I. Phone Jlaln IS. ' lDr. J. K. Freiot, Prop, mmm mimjuzm i Capital and Surplus $5,000,000.00 The Largest in Washington We Pay Interest On All Deposits New Cinderella With Cork Limb Stumps Detectives TOLEDO. Ohio, Aug. 31. rage Sherlock Holmes. Toledo detectives are stumped. Officials of the Toledo Artificial Limb Oompan, on Tuesday re ported the theft of a woman's ar tificialahlimb. But detectives say they can't go about looking for the thing as they would for a stolen coat. Even If they saw a woman who limped It wouldn't be proper to ask her to show her aw, wbat'a the use, say these detectives. such a light that no power on earth could resist it. "I suggest that we organize, con trol and direct the thought of the many and create a volume, a power ful wave set nil the people thinking one way as one mind. "Just realize what a powerful wave could be created when thousands are thinking, desiring victorious peace! As rach Individual thought of peace rises and Joins others filled with de sire and faith, a tremendous lorce will be developed and carried where It Is sent. "People should be organized Into groups families, business offices, churches, schools. Any one, though he may not understand this theory can think, and thinking will bring understanding. You will find, J am sure, that all our stay-at-home wom en and men are eager to work for conquest and peace. All they. require is guidance. "Every American of reasoning age should be requested to give at least half an our a day to thinking 'peace to the world.' Let us awaken the nation to the Idea of a great, force ful wave of thought, creating such spiritual power that the brute force in humanity will be conquered. -""irvOroN Satisfied Patients ' ' Are My Best Recommendation Hundreds of them will gladly testify that my work is both- perfect and painless J and that my charges are most moderate. Bearing this fact in mind, you need no g better evidence that,it will be a wise thins S to entrusi your dental troubles to my care. Payments arranged, if desired. i Fillings That Stay In. Gold, Alloy, Enamel, $1. Silver, Amalgam, Cement, 50c Open Today Your Family What will they do when you can no longer personally 'care and provide for them? Make our will now; appoint this com pany as Executor or Trustee, and our every wish as to the handling of your estate will be carried out carefully, impartial ly and conscientiously. Wills naming this institution as executor are drawn and kept free of charge. American Security and Trust Co. Pennsylvania Avenue At Fifteenth Street Charles J. Bell, President. Y TRIPLE ROLE IS PUZZLE TO POLICE ATLANTIC CITT. Aug-. 31 Wheth er an army officer who has been ar rested In a beach front hotel by De tectives Scanlin and Eckstein Is Capt. Thomas Ryan, of Fort Benjamin Har rison; Capt. George Hann, of New Haven, or Second Lieut. John S. Kaiser, of the Department of the Lakes, Is a problem which the local police have not yet been able to solve. In the effects of the army of ficer when he was taken Into custody upon' request of Inspector Faurot, of New York, on the charge of grand larceny, were found documents tend Ing to show that he was either of the three soldiers mentioned. He Insists that he Is Second Lieutenant Kaiser, and that he Is attached as flying- of ficer to the Signal Corps of the De partment of the Lakes. Kaiser was In civilian attire when arrested, and In his luggage were found two uniforms of the rank of captain. In his possession also were. found numerous check books, bearing the names of Captain Ryan, Captain Hann and Second Lieutenant Kaiser, Issued by banks at St. Louts. New Haven, and Chicago. The police also found a report transmitted by Kaiser to the chief signal officer of the De partment of the Lakes, containing In formation regarding the condition of army flying marines at Memphis, Tenn. This report, written early In August, 'sets forth that Lieutenant' Kaiser Is to sail for France with a Canadian regiment on August 10, and requests his transportation be for-. warded him from Memphis to a Can adian port. The prisoner la thirty-three years old. of athletic build and deeply bronzed from exposure to the sun. He confided to the police after his ar rest that he is an expert In aviation. The nature of the offense for which he Is wanted In New York has not hn rilvtilcrrt hut the Inr&l Tiolice believe that It has to do with the' passing of worthless cheeks. ALLEY WANTED; MUST CONTAIN SAND WAGON In an alley, "somewhere In Wash ington." there stands a red wagon loaded with sand, for which the po lice are searching today. J. B. Latimer, of -166 I street south west, owner of the wagon, tells the police a strange tale. He hired a colored man, T said, and sent him forth with the horse ana wagon ld uauicr uie b&iiu. ov eral hours later back came the new driver, leading the horse, minus the wagon. Ha drove Into a narrow alley, he said, and then found he couldn't drive Lpue Unhitching the horse, ha re turned to seek the advice of his em ployer. Then he made a discovery. He couldn't remember the alley's lo cation. Now the police are looking for the alley and the wagon. SAME VINE PRODUCES SPUDS AND TOMATOES SCRANTON. Ta.. Aug. 31. Joseph i M Stephenson, secretary of the Agrl-i culture Preparedness League of this county, which has been encouraging j the farmers here to plant Increased acreage this year owing to the war. has succeeded In growing tomatoes and potatoes on the eame vine. Early In the spring Mr. Stephenson took five healthy tomato plants and a like number of potato plants and grafted them. The hybrid plants thrived, and to date thirty fine large ' ripe tomatoes have been picked from one of the plants, while imestlgatlon j of the root of the same plant re vealed a cluster of fine potatoes. Next season Mr. Stephenson de-1 Clares that he will have plants for sale to all that care to try them, ar- I guing that double crops on the. same, ground are better tnan a roiaiion oi crops. Until 5 P. M. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent, S3 Yearly Up PREMIER UPHELD IN CABINET CRISIS mm - jm MB $ w & w 1 JSiyaSfcSl ? laaaa Mm m SM K i&aaaaaaaai v j&rsy jams s-ArdM mkKMm ImmlmsmisP lsBB sua aeoaciKr .bokdek. The premier of Canada offered his resignation to a caucus of his sup porters in Parliament in favof of Sir George Foster, minister of trade and commerce. The caucus declined to accept the resignation. It reaf firmed its confidence; in the premier's leadership. Sir Robert was. author ized to continue his efforts to organ ize theigovcrnmentnndbrinja;..into'it representatives' of all .the. elements in Canada favoring compulsory milr tary service. SUES HARRIED MAN FOR BROKEN TROTH STAMFORD. Conn., Aug. 31. Miss Adelaide Dobos, of New Rochelle, has tiled action here for $40,000 against Max J. Fuchs. wealthy director of a big bronze factory, alleging breach of promise to marry. Miss Dobos was the attractive housekeeper in the Fuchs home here for several years. In her complaint she states that while Fuchs was liv ing, apparently happy, with his wife and daughter, he proposed, saying be would obtain a divorce and then make her his wife. Service of the papers In Miss Dobos' action was by publication, as Fuchs has been absent from the city sev eral months. Mrs. Fuchs, who has retained counsel, refused to discuss the action against her husband. Fuchs, who Is said to be-a German subject, owns much -property 1n Stamford. He is credited with hav ing made large profits-In the bronze manufacturing business since the be ginning of the wan SEEK SUSPECT'S DOUBLE IN AUTO KOLD-UP CASE COUNCIL BLUFFS. Iowa, Aug 31 TV. E. Beckwlth, transfer foreman for th Illinois Central railroad, after a hearing was released from the charge of having hMd up two parties of automoblllsts near the city limits ten days ago. The CAse developed into one of the most remarkable -ever, heard in police court. Four of fle witnesses who testified for the Stat' positively identi fied Beckwlth as the man who held them up, and more than that number of people testified that at the time of the holdup Beckulth was a member of a card party being given in a pri vate home. Police think the highwayman is a double of Beckuith. ICE SERVICE PROTEST FAILS. That the Puhllr Utilities Of.mmis slon has no juris'llrtinn r,r th ice companies, was the stntcment tnda of W. f Allli. eeriitie 'tffli-er. in reference to a complaint filed by the Northeast Washington citizens Asso elation against the shortage of Ice. The Ire companies are not public utilities within the 'meaning Of thei law," he said. 'and are not subject! to tho superlsl"n rf the romml ! slon." The rninplaint was filed bv ' Rosooe Jenkins. tinirm.-in f th1 rum ' mlttee im puhlir utilitirc i.f th- i it t zens assnria'lnn AMUSEMENTS B. F. KEITH'S TWICE EiEtr DAr "Delightful" Herald Mmc.CHILSOH OHRMAN Wilbur Mack & Nella Walker reerleM Trlma Ponna I Vnlr of Tickets. Tlie linker? of lllnlory. Pellx Adler. Mnore A. ernld. lUc, Nill Lat r If "m i ..k J mn hawjfT. Ch II unnlnjehaia. eir 2 fihos 2 IS, U 4 p m . thor Day Other Davtai Lual. Iluy Scats Now j JJgl!lfW3!J SIN. Mi.IIT Laurette Ta r tui..mr I n alien, "PEG O' MY HEART" enfit "ov on nle Illl r- MATS lui I in NiMinlsy. gpKHAI, I.AHT.H IAY MAT MON BURLESQil DELUXE JEAN BEDINI'S PUSS-PUSS .rl Week Tlin Mf.HTMZElt!). JvrvLE.ll -''TOMUIIIIOW Mary Anderson In THE DIVORCEE CTPANn Toi)i ami O 1 rVrUlL xo 110 II HOW Olive Thomas In AN EVEN BREAK 2WFTV USES PALMISTRY AS AID IN DUPING TRUSTING WOMAN srOKANn, Aug. 31. Apparently reeling that circus life did not furnish sufficient remuneration, Harry W. Sykes, fortune teller for the Camp bell shows, tried to pick up extra money by teaching the occult art pri vately. At least It Is charged ha tried to do so in the case of Mrs. Carrie Brookbank. of Litchfield. Mrs. Brookbank came to Spring field to attend the Campbell shows and became Greatly Interested In the art of fortune telling. Sykes per suaded her to sign a contract with him whereby she was to receive In struction In the art of palmistry, con centration, clairvoyance and the In ner occult secrets which are not printed In any books. For this she was to- give him $50. Sykes, according to Mrs. Brook bank, gave her several lectures, And at the same time made love to her and succeeded In getting $25 from her. He also Inquired Jitter her hus band and asked how much lite Insur ance he carried. Whin he learned that her husband carried several thousand dollars- In life Insurance, he told her that the stars had revealed to him the fact that her husband would not live long. At this she became frightened and told her husband about Sykes. In the meantime Sykes had also become- ac quainted with the sister of Mrs. Brookbank and had tried to persuade her to sell a farm valued at over $12,000, which she owned, and give him the money to Invest for her. About this time, however, he disap peared. IS MOTHER OF 28. CHINO. Cal- Aug. 31 Mrs. Paul AguIIar. of this place. In a wedded life of thirty-eight years ,ha become the- mother of twenty-eight children. Mrs. AguIIar Is fifty-three. She was married at fifteen. In the family there have been three sets of twins, and all of the children- are living save two. AguIIar supports fourteen of his children on a wag of t2.30 a day. AMUSEMENTS BELASCOiJSU TWICE DAILYg LAST TIIHEE DAYS "Will lam Fox'a Fasdnatlnc Fmlrr Fantasy FawTftrcw3 Tho "Peter Pan of tn Fllraa HAS A9TOC.DED WASUIXGTOJf With lu Regal Splendor and Wondrous Child rUjTB, K'rtMs: 2Sc,50c.75c,S1. HU.25c,5Be,7So Next Week Seats Now Special IloIIdar Matinee Slonday Tie Moat onderfnl Play In America EXFERSENCE I1Y GEOItCE V. HOIIAIIT. Entire Original Company and Production Tin renin Statlnee Monday - Wednesday Best Seats $1 N ATlrMAI TOSIOIIT. 8130 rAI IVJIiftU HATUEE SAT. U8 THE COUNTRY COUSIN By Booth Tarklncton & Julian Street A New American Comedy With ALEXANDRA CARLISLE Next Week Seat Now KeUlnr. JULIA SANDERSON JOSEPH CAWTHORN And 75 Other Funraakerr KMS-i,. F1AMBLER ROSE fACIIln Women Onlr. 2:30 A 7l30 bfidlflU Men Unix. 8:30 rOMTIlKIYI USTTWO DAYS TV.ILI&HT SLEEP F.UM.E) ClIllMWIItTII Admission 25 Cents. NEXTWEEK&Mra. THE STUPENDOUS ART P80D8CTI0H PURITY IXATCUIS Miss AUDREY MUNSON In a Pie tars el lK9tjribli BJnty CHESAPEAKE BEACH ON THE BAY Washington's Only Salt Water Hesort Benson Itemalns Open Until Sept 10th Fishing Boating Crabbing j Free Dancing Excellent Music ' Sumrrons inurements for Yonnc And Old. The itenthrr, until end of Septem ber U the most delightful of the I entire 5 ear. ery nest of Refreshments of all Kinds To He Had at City Prices. frequent Train her leef Cheap Itatea I Sunday nnd lloltdaj. 30e Hound rti.l itskoi- llnti. !? I .IS loot n ronuiiioon vn ncrii;. Free shouts afternoon and fTfti Injcs. This week the llrenkntvay II nr In UN In their Inimitable ropiedy aerial art. This alone Is north more than eost of trip. LOEWS COLUMBIA Ctontlnuou It 30 A M to 11 P M Morn . Atl . !' 1 XtKh' Mc. Uc, 3c MNV l'HYI0 VIVIAN MARTIN in "Little Miss OptimUt" KXTIIA llomrov tFally) Arbnckle DANCING EVERY NIGHT Si30 to ItllS Central Coliseum Sth M. at rrnna. Avr. N. W. IMII7.C DANCRS Monday. Wed. A gat. Nlirats DANCING JIILI.!.r.S Itfla.io Thriller M Id, new Uaii,, rno Itmmu'e Jazz, Chlnete Totldla nrt 1815 Tangn. 1 rim ATD It-sons any time Me: (. 1:50; n- ducllon to duba. latest method, with lead. cool ballroom Glortr'a. U Sad. Ph. W. ua. Trench Attack? With Motor Gas Kills Off Moles This Is no war story. But ac counts of war bare taught citi zens In the northwest section a thine or two. They are carrylnr the war right Into the trenches and using gas with deadly ef fect. Moles have Infested lawns out near Tenleytown for years. The rodents furrowed long mounds across the best kept greenswards. They respected no one. But the; cure has been dlscorered. .The war helped out. The process for ridding the lawns of moles Is In fallible. "We tried ererythlng. said one of the users of the process. "We got traps, we used poison in the mounds. All to no effect. Et- erythlng failed. "Then the idea struck us. We' backed up the old Jitney on the lawn, attached the garden hose to the exhaust and started the engine. We stuck the nozxle In a mound here and there. Just gass ed those moles to death. No more moles -now. 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Virginia Democrats who fought for and won prbhlbltlorf today- faced pre-eroptfjn of their dry stronghold. State Republicans, after yesterday nominating for governor Thomas'' J. Muncey, super-dry.'and assaultlnsthe dry Intentions of Democratic Candi date Westmoreland Davis, one-time local optlonlst. Have launched an avowed Sght 'to 'displace the Demo crats from dry leadership, .Meantime gemocratle heads were discussing eans of stemming possible desertion from their Tanks of radical drys and mapping out a rigid pfohlbltlon'-cam-palgn. Davis, It was believed, will accept the gantlet with flat-footed prohibition pledges. Political experts, however, were In clined to minimize danger from Re publican exploitation of the Issue. Emphasis by TJavlr of his Intentions to enforce rigidly existing dry statutes,-and, If necessary, recom mend additional-supplemental legisla tion, they p'olnted out,-wasadmltiedly largely responsible for Davis' sweep ing victory In the primaries. 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CoL Manuel Co ronado, member of the Cuban senate and editor of the newspaper La Dls cuslon. has organized an aviation unit which will be offered to, France, with complete equipment. In'the near future. The "Escadrllle Cubalne," as the flying unit will be called, wilt probably be the first body of fighting men from Cuba to serve on French soil. Thirty-three youths, representatives of the best families of Cuba, hare volunteered to take the prescribed aviation course and Individually to bear the -expense of their airplane and equipment. Senator Coronado ha Just returned from New lorn, wnere he conferred with officials of the Aero Club of America and airplane manufacturers over the details of the escadrille's organization. Colonel Coronado has asked the Uni ted States Navy Department for an arrangement by which the Cuban, aviators may undergo their prelim inary training at th navy aviation school at Pensacola. Fla. SATURDAY Toilet Creams D. fc R. Cold Cream irfv 25c atzQ ...,. 4 O D. 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