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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5; 1918. L L ARMY n T i n r hm m 1 RADE PROFITEERS Kets 1 stores and amusement place that profiteer on tbe man In uniform Villi be blacklisted by the army. A general order declares that camp commanders shall post lists of placet which thus discriminate. In order that the man In uniform can avoid mich dealers As a rule. It Is held that the business men of communi ties near camps are making- no dis tinctions against the service man. BLISS NATIVE HERB TABLETS For over thirty r thr b ftlthfully and successfully served the people Jn all lands. They are recor ntzed as the standard proven herb rem edy for constipation, rheumatism, in digestion, sick headache, and liver and kidney Ills. Thousands of families al ways keep them at hind, and thou sands cf teitlmontals hate been riven as to the beneficial results they have produced Tf ma fufTer from constipation, rhtu mut'sft distress after eatlnr, or your VIdn or liver ar canst nc you pain. take Bliss Native Herb Tablets. Ton will find them a rret aid In restorlnr a seneral healthy condition. They act tf ntly but flimly. they purify the blood tone up the system create appetite and restore rood health. A box contains 500 tablets, and will last the average family six months. The rename hss our traae mark on every tablet. Iook for our money back ruar- antee on each box. Price $1.00. Sold by leading dmrfists and local a rents everywhere. Third John Weidmer To Fight For France, In Marine Corps ST. LOUIE, Sept. 5. For more than a hundred years there has been a John Weidmer to fight in defense of France. Today It Is John Weidmer of the Eighty fourth Company, Sixth Reciment, U S. Marines, and he ban par ticipated In some of the most desperate engagements ani es caped unscathed. Ills sreat-crcat grandfather, John Weidmer, fought with Na poleon I through his first cam paign as one of the Swiss Guards. His grandfather. John Weidmer, also a Swiss, fought with the French In the Crimean" war and later was in the Union armv dur ing the Civil war. The parents of John Weidmer, marlne,-llve at 3338 Halliday ave nue, this city. 1 . 500.000 FUND AK YANK What Theaters Offer Next Wee) NATIONAL. I comic; Helen Gibson, tho blond In- The National Theater will present! Scnne, and Harry Peterson, the fasli- '- -- . i. i ii tr..lon plate. Nat Osborne and Joe T ........ Hvn..V .-.. , ... .. THREAT CAUSES SUICIDE SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 5. Under threats of a vendetta alleged to have dated from a murder In Pitts burgh, Pa., Private Frank Perlto is dead by his own hand at the Presldi) military reservation, and Angelo NordI Is under detention while police and military authorities investigate accusations made by Perlto that NordI is the slayer of his cousin, Inlcenzo Bedetto, near Pittsburgh, three ears ago. All collateral war organization such an the Y. M. C A., Knights of Columbus, and Salvation Army will be linked as one body In a drive the week of November 11 for a $170, 500.000 fund. President Wilson's approval of a Joint campaign has settled this point. Previously it had been planned to have two separate campaigns, di vided mainly along the lines of the Y. M. C A. and a few others, follow ed by the Knights of Columbus and Jewish Institutions. President Wilson has written It I.i his Judgment to be that a combina tion of all will work to the best advantage. ENTERS RADIO SERVICE Emanuel R. Haas, general manager of the National Radio School, has an swered the call of Uncle Sam for trained men In wireless work apd will take up his new duties Monday at Camp Vall, N. J. Haas has supervised the work nt the school to such an extent that ther' have been graduated and accepted in tho Signal Corps more than 800 stu dents in tho past eighteen months. Almost every nationality has been represented In the manyj men and women that have left the school and have quallefld for Government service. Haas will take a short training at Camp Vail before leaving for duty somewhere in France. wmmmmmimmm So. 1 7th mi K Sis. N. W. 7thud'ESlj.N.W. 14lhaacHIsLN.f. 7thujdM"si.N. W. 8ti and H Sis. N. E. I A Pledge 1 & i kJ ! LToOurPatoons! jfKS S f ii . Q i Lira Ov&sa (We will not J & ! c4ZuL s $ f .sell German 7 lOYOSJS I made Qoods I L 4& I e rther -now or &&EE&!&r Varter the war J "aaflc tl". - l Nice treoples jjruAMorcs.i J 29c Why "sbost around" when these rive store are np to the minute In larlctlc. with every Ml of mercban. lae tBurnngnly reliable: Why "shop around when the low eat price nxr always vrsltlna; for yon here and when yoif don't hear -Jnt oat" but set what you want, when yon went It r When You Pledged You intended to make good. And you will do it! Buy W. S. S. Today! Cooling Iced Tea! Oar Best Early Crop Brand -lb. pkrr. Don't Throw ThaH Straw Hat Away! We have a fine cleaner, loc size, 10c MHIen's or Naboth PURE GRAPE JUICE delicious healthful Pints, 21c Quarts, 42c it ii i evening. September 9, Otis Skinner, In a new comedy by Horace Anne- sley Vachell entitled "Humpty Dumpty." In "Humpty-Dumpty," Mr. Skinner Is Albert Mott. an ambltiorfc English hairdresser with a great respect for nis calling and a great love for bis mother. It Is suddenly discovered that Mott is of aristocratic birth and the rightful heir to the Mottltfont peerage. The barber shop and the pretty girl who In It was his assist ant arc deserted by Mott and accom panied by his mother, tho hairdress er, takes up his career amid the ele gant surroundings of Mottlsfont house. The climax occurs when Al bert Mott discovers that he has real ly been all the time In love with his erstwhile assistant. The Charles Frohman Company has surrounded Mr.. Skinner with a most capable company. Including Elizabeth Itledon, Beryl Mercer. Ruth Itose. Maud Milton, Morton Seltcn. Fleming Ward, Clara Bracey, Robert Harrison. Ernest Elton, Robert, Ent wlstle, John Rogers, and Walter Scott. The scenic equipment la a most elaborate and tasteful one. DELASCO. At the Bclasco Theater next Sun day night. Oliver Morosco will pre sent a new comedy entitled "The Walk-Off s." The central figures are a rich young Kentucklan with good, old-fashioned ideas Young wrote the music for the show. An exceptionally attractive group of girls make up the Hcrnsteln beauty chorus. SOLDIER ARRESTED FORGUARD'SDEATHt LOEWS COLUMBIA. Sunday and for the first half of next week Wallace Reld will be seen at Loew's Columbia In his latest pho toplay. 'The Source." He will be seen in the role of the reformed drunkard, who successfully bosses the tough lumber Jacks In a romance nf the lumber pamniL Thursday and for the last half of tho week the widely discussed film drama. "The Hun Within.- with Doro- they Glsh and George Fawcett as the nlctured (turn will Be anown. ll is a war story with practically all the mum lalrt in this country. Tho theme makes for sound American prin- clples. and many thrusts at nun treachery are sent home. GAIIDEK. "Maid o' the Storm." the principal photoplay attraction at Moore's Gar den Theater the last three days of this week, beginning today, affords Bessie Barrlscale, the pictured lUr, one of tho most effective roles she has had since Joining the Paralta forces. The story la an appealing one with Its early locale on the bleak Scottish coast. Next week at the Garden will be dl- .. .a ,1... ....... M .. mony and a beauti'Neor "girl 7- ! 'ft &5E with a thoroughly worldly point of view. Throughout the play there Is an Interesting conflict of smart set and wholesome American Ideas. than ordinary merit. On Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday the chief fea ture will be "Boston Blackies Little Pal," in which the stellar role Is por Oliver Morosco has gathered to-'trayed by Bert Lyttel, a new Metro star. or weanesaay ana inursaay geiner tor "The Walk-Offs" a com pany of all-star caliber. Including Ed ward Lowe, Carroll McComas; Fanls Marinoff. Francis Slosson, Charles Stevenson, Fred Tldcn, Roberta Ar nold, William Roselle, Emmet Shackelford, Charles Ballard and others of equal prominence. 101,18. At Poll's Theater beginning next Monday evening1 John D. Williams will offer for the first Urns In this city Oscar Wilde's four-act comedy, "An Ideal Husband." This was one of Wilde's plays that was running so successfully In London at the time when the great catastrophe over whelmed him and. In deference to public opinion, "An Ideal Husband" was withdrawn and not performed again In England until Sir George Alexander revived It with marked success a season or two ago. The cast Is a large one and In cludes the names of Norman Trevor, Constance Collier, Julian L'Estrange, Cyril Harcourt, Beatrice Bcckley, and others. Mae Murray Is announced In a new subject. "The Bride's Awakening," In which she has the support of an ex ceptional company of favorites. The week will bo brought to a close Fri day and Saturday by showings of a new Bluebird feature, starring beau tiful Ruth Clifford, entitled, "The Fire of Youth." Talcums Graham's Violet Tal cum, J Or. 9fencn' Berated or Violet Talr, 25c. C1kIc' (all odors in stock) Talci 2 sixes. Jt-e, I3e Colgate' speelal Per. fumed Splendor Had! ant Itoir, Violet de Mai r Florlent. Choice. 25c Sqolnl,' Violet or carnation Tale, 17e. Mrlbn Talc, white or fleslu 2Sr. Babcoek'a Corylopsls Talr. I3r. William' Violet Carnation or Lllae, 1 5c Palmollir Talr, IDr. Mary Cardrn Talc. white or flesh 3r. Rose t' Dawn ralei hax a delicate floral odor of h Am-rlcan Beauty Rose put up In sprinkle-top glas, IDr. Taleolettr. riesh or white, I9r, 29c. Fully Trustworthy Family Remedies B 1 1 a JTntlTtl Chloride Mar, Herb Tahlrts Pen- People's prlc..', 32 pie's price. Jl 00 f ounces. 10c. biz?, nac. Rrilnol flint. t. Pooola's prices. 49c and Sr. niue-Jay Corn or Bunten Pa r. !e o p 1 e's price. 19r. Cantor oil. Peo ple's price, pt, SSe. Wjrth' Kfrrr-i-Mrrnt Sodium Phoiphatr. 4 or. X'io- ,,fos,,e,s ! Pce. pin, A 1 1 r Foot V- T'rpl" Co- Kwerorfeef p,- rT'p,e " p"cv pt- pic's price. 23r. i s3r- 8r. lollrrlnn, Crram Tarlnr. trylh. I'Cuple v People's prlc lb prtce. 39c. !"- . Cullcura Olnl. tallfornln KIE nral, Pe plr s Syrnp. People ., , price 23r, I5r. " " '- -"-. mna Ntr Bunyon Comfort Plmter. PeopKs price. 10c .1 for 25r; dozen. 1.00. Caeara Tablets. People's price. 100 5 grcin, Sr. Caloddr. fne?ore fe t People's price. 23- 'Carbollr Irld, p n r People's 3c. Peo lSe, Ca r b a n a. Pie's pi-lcrj. .'se, -inn 43i'. Doan'n Klanry Pllln. P e o p 1 e's price. 53e. 1. D. D. Peoole's prices. 29c. 10c, and R9r. tleWltt'a Kidney Pllla. People's prices, 3c aad 7e. Dobell'a Koln lion. People's price, pint. 13c. Dloxoeen. Peo ple's prlCPs. 21e. 29c, and Sftr. Rpno Kaltn. Peoples price, lb.. Sc. Fluid Rxlrnrt Cnncnra Aromatic. People's price S oz. 23c. Palrrblld'a Pep sin. Peoples prices. 49c and 9c. Extracts Merltol Extra, violet, crab apple and rose. Choice. 2c Asurea, Floryme or I.e Trefle Toilet Water, S2mJ9 Dlrr - Klu Toilet Water. $1 69. S2.S9. 3Iary Garden Ex. (rod, r,z.. 2R. 3IrrItol Toilet Water Mountain violet, crab apple or rose odors Put up in a sprinkler top frorted. bottle. Choice. TSc. Colgate Extrarti all floral odors. Choice, 56e. entente' Toilet Vntrr, 25c, 50c, 75r. SI. lloublnnt'a Ideal Toilet Aolcr ounce TOr. R ounce bottle $5 59. 5Inl i:xtrart, o , SI.Oii I'ajnn nxlrnrti nil the floial odors and special odors in stocl, oz , 59c. B. r. KEITR'3. Stella Mayhew, "the cheeriest come dienne," will farewell next week at U. F. Keith's Theater, as the buxom and bonnle laughmaker Is going abroad as the head of the Stella May hew unit for the purpose of keeping lively the spirits of tho lads who have the Huns on the run. The extra added sietiar icaiurc win oe a iiiiy.nunuie condensed version of "The Only Girl. There will be twelve players, three scenes, costumes galore, and life and color dazzling. Jack Wyatt and his Scotch lads and lassies will be another special. Jlmmle Lucas, the "nut" come dian, will Indulge In his "Wild Rav ings of 1018." Edwin George, always described as "almost a Juggler," will travesty In "A Comedy of Errors." J Parsons and Irwin will -ufer "A Mes j senger From the Front." Others will . be the Leo Zarrell trio the pipe organ I recitals, and the He t-Pathe News I pictorial with actual i films. Next Sunday, at " and 8:13 p. m., this week's bill in its entirety will be repeated. ttATETY. A Strom cast of well-established favorites in the world of burlesque appear in "The Maids of the U. S. A.. ' the coming week's attraction at the Oayety Theater A two-act musical I revue Is the principal offering. Many pleasing specialties are to be Intro duced during it action. Lew Hilton i and Ina Hayuard, to popular enter ! tainer.4. head the cast which also In I eludes Clare Evans. John Bohlman, ifharle. Pies Roy rtc(. Mile. P.ab STRASD. For the last three das of the cur rent week, beginning today, the fea turo at Moore's Strand Theater will be the latest Paralta. release, "A Bur glar for a Night" In which the stellar role Is portrayed upon the screen by J. Warren Kerrigan. In the role op posite the star Lois Wilson Is said to add new triumphs to her already bril liant career. Next week at the Strand will be de voted In Its entirety to Screen Clas sics' mammoth production, released through Metro, depicting In what manner the downfall of the Kaiser Is to be brought about as a direct re sult of his barbarous treatment of women. The title of the picture is "To Hell With the Kaiser." and com prehensively expresses the hope of every true American. The cast, di rection, and photography are faultless. cniTnmo.v. "The Geezer of Berlin," a travesfy on "The Kaiser, tho Beast of Berlin," will be the extraordinary attraction at the Criterion Theater the first part of next week, beginning Sunday. -rne new nim, which ridicules the Kaiser and the Prussian military sys tem. Is also a subtle blow at Prus sianlsm. Just as effective, but from another angle, as "The Kaiser." The picture is a scream from start to finish, and the ridiculous scenes which hold the Kaiser and his cohorts up to pitiless mockery arc sure to keep audiences In one continuous howl. Other pictures of unusual merit will round out tho program. They Include a new Charlie Chaplin re lease, 'Triple Trouble." CHESAPEAKE BEACH. Regular train service Is being maintained all this week to Chesa peake Beach, which will remain upen probably throughout the month of September. Curtailed service will commence next Monday, and will continue throughout the remainder of the season, with the exception of Saturdays and Sundays, on which days the regular schedule will be followed. , ette, Aurella Clark. Tenny Hllson and . '?" ", "uraV ?,mu"m?n'.: !-.. ri.mintr '" ., UU41UW1I1. RFC Bill! jriif i f tmmtmwmr.:; II '-mimmmmmmmmm Do You Care For Your Teeth? Lyoa'o Tooth Powder or Paste, e. HIs;ate' Dental Crran. trial size. lOe, 1-arge size, 23c. Drntox Dental Creams regular 35c tube 2j. t,i lrTt?. D"' Creamj a sure preventive for Riggs disease, the famous tooth paste, large tube. -c. r. tubes for 65c. Pyrodralo Tooth Pa.tc. 21e Pyrodrnto Liquid Month Wash, 2lr. 2e, S5. Prpaodont Tooth Paate. 50c tube -15c. Sanltol Powder, 25c size. 21c Colgate'a Tooth Tow riVr, small fire. 13cj large size, 25c. Large AaaortDtrnt Best Tooth Bruahes, Your Choice, 25c. Elastic Stockings We carry In stock all the standard sizes. Clean, fresh goods. Lady clerks. Fitting room, 7th and K and Tth and E Sta. stores. Silk Carter Stockings, SX2S. Thread Garter Stockings. S2.49. Silk Lrgalna. 2.S8- Thread LegglBa, $1.98. Silk Knee tap.. $ OS. Thread Kser Cap. SI .69. Silk Anklets. $i.oi. Thread Anklet. $1.69. ..., Ve cn mk n special order to measure in this line and guarantee the fit at about one-half tne price asked at the surgical stores. Creams and Deodorants Mum 2--c Odorono Toilet Water for the prevention of per-" ypiration odors 23c, 4.c Odor Sweet will prevent all odors from pen-pira- tion, l-onr.ee jar "jc Ever-Sweet, 25c sire inc De-o-dora, an A. D. S. product, prevents all odors from excessive perspiration 25c Meritol Vanity Cream, prevents and stops per spiration 25e Amolirt Powder, small size 32c berbatol Powder prevents perspiration odors; also an excellent remedy for tired, sore feet 25c Guaranteed Rubber Goods . i.'" I-"',' nevoltlnc Snrar Vrlngc. ramie or all rubbers curved tips no metal or nltr lo -el out of order. The nint eftertlte ajrlnsr model guaranteed one year. Regular $5.00 fo ntr lne .... . O. ) $3 Ladlra' Revolving Sprny. mnde by C1 Ifk Geodyears carved tip. Guaranteed one jenr O J .417 $2 Ladle RcToltlnir Spray, nblle or black flO rubbers straight tip. Guaranteed perfect 70C nex -o. 2 Bulb Syringe, made of beat white on robber. Guaranteed perfect OVC SI.50 llygria nulb .Syrlnse. uft red rti'thrr with three hard rubber pipe. irrrw fitting! niniuirar mane. l.uar- nniecii one In addition, a chorus of twenty i voung and attractlvo girl will be seen In the several musical numbers and ensembles I COSMOS. ..... . ...,- 1.,... r.lm ua lu arK t.riiiiinn iaito. .' t masterpiece. "The Gieat Love." will i j be the extraordinary matinee attrac I Hon at th Cosmos Theater next i week. In addition to a standard bill I of audevllle attractions, supple- I merited with other film features. Sunday's performance, starting at '! p m., will feature the military spectacle. "On the Western Front, ' Tmlly Smiley In "The Family Tree." 1 and Jack Marlcy. the most enjoy- i able humorist of the season, as lead- are In full operation. Surf bathing, fish ing, and crabbing remain popular at tractions. Kiee band concerts and freo concert are dally features. The delightful weather Is drawing many picnic parties to the resort. of a seven-act bill of vaudevill feature in addition to the usual film1 two I feature?. .vrntMKR CHARLES MACALESTKIt. Wh le Marshall Hall has closed for the tiiin. delightful river rides are still available to Washlngtonlans Tor the steamer Charles Macalester Is now making the popular forty-mile moo"-i-ht trlp. The boat leave the whnil ' irli uiglit at T o'clock, return In;. ' r. il before 11. traversing a luiance of forty miles without 1 ii m. the steamer makes l I iiy to Mt. Vernon, leav 1" . in and 2:30 p. m. totnl -t i-i; Manicure Needs Cutex Cuticle Re mover, regular 30c size 25c Hudnut's Cnticle iiemover 2ac Pray OnRaline 39,. Beau Brummel 39c Idalia Cuticle Remover .25c Idalia Nail Bleach "29c Liutrite Nail Enamel 10c and19c Cutex Nail Enamel, regular 30c size 25c Cuter Pink or White Paste, for nails, regular 30c siro 25c yenr 98c CASINO. I A treat is In store for Capital bur lesque patrons at tho Casino Theater next week, when the "Topsy Turvy Girls" open their engagement here. Beginning with a matinee Sunday, the organization will present a clean bur lesque show of the tpc which has made, the Casino popular under Its new management. The last Includes Tom Howard and Billy Kelly, and the special added at traction Is the "Queen of Burlesque," Liolly Sweet L1CBCJ). Rube Berniteln'n stupendous bur lesque production. "The Beauty Revue." .will be next week's attrac tion at the Lyceum Theater, begin ning with a matinee at 3 o'clock Sunday A long Hat of well-known burlesque entertainers heads 'he cast of forty people. Ada Lum, whose combined Oriental and English ancestry has made her somewhat of a sensation In burlesque, will be the featured star. Others In the cast Include Eddie Dale, come dian. George Rartlette. Hebrew - mmi I IHIlllllPfflMI linuillllliniinninilinunmiiii inummmnumnmum m.iLuim.mn,. i.m,Un. , , I U mmmmmmmmm":mmmmmMm m cmmintTiiH mmmnunnim mi mi Hi rVrTI U HUI IIIIIHIimilimiT iUlilTTn m iminimimt llllll . "- ' miimiiiiii iimmiiiimiiiiiimniiiniiiimiiuiniinim;nuiiumiimillj . iH ASTHMADOP. AVESTS-KELIEVES HAY FEVER ASTHMA Begin Treatment NOW AU Drnuuu cuarastM .l.i:.N KCIIO PARK. In response to many requests from the patrons of the resort, the man agement of Glen Echo Park has de cided to change the time of the clos ing of the popular play place from Saturday until Sunday midnight. Antonio Celfo. leader of Glen Echo Park's own band, will be on the Job with the usual popular roneert.. These musical treats will begin at 3.30. and will continue until I0:3U. Tonight and every night this week dancing will be tlic jpecl.il feature for the pleasure teekcrr In addition, there are the many amusement de vices of the park, including the three big thrillers the Gravity railway, the Whip, and the Derby Racer. CIIEVT CRASH LAKE. Tho management of Chevy Chase Lake announce that both of the dancing pavilions will remain open until Saturday. September 21. With the return of the cool eenings dancing at the Lake seems to be at the height of Its popularity. It is difficult to decide which of tho two pavilions Is the more popular, tho one with the orchestra or the one with the Jazz band. wis killed while guarding four pris oners, all of whom escaped. The arrest of Musa la the first result of a wide and systematic search. Two special guards havo been detailed to bring the prisoner back and now are en route to N'ewark. CAMP McCLELLAX. Annlafon. Ala, Sept 3 John Musa. charged with the murder of Private Walter Carey. Company I, 113th Infantry, early last spring. Is under arrest at Newark. N. J., according to Information made pub lic here. He will be returned to Camp MeCIellan for trial by court-martial under a charge of first degree mur der. Carey's home was in Baltimore. He PRISONERS MUST WORK ATLANTA. Os., SepL S. Six hundred German war prisoners formerly In the Fort McPherson stockade havo been placed at work In army cantonments. It was learned today. The prisoners have been sent to Camp Derens, Mass.; Camp Sherman. Ohio; Camp Grant. Illinois; Camp Se vier, South Carolina: Camp Wads worth. South Carolina, and Camp Jackson, South Carolina. Rlank Books Office Suppl1 carbon P?e- Typewriter Fpr Quick delivery lowwt prices, BA UM Slavery Co 905 7th StgSSre'M-r.'ISt 3 on Sayings Deposits U. S. SAVINGS BANK 14th and YoB StreeU WADE H. COOPER, Pre. "SOMETIME" PLAYS SUNDAY. The management of Poll's Theater announces that the engagement of Arthur HammcrFtein'. mut-tcal comedy. 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