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-tin: rwn;iiT) rri:-. s.'.n kiuy. pc ;u;kr .", isjss. CHEMICAL WAR TO COST $500,000,000 jThe amount of money the United SfAtes will expend on gas, flame, ami ottr phases of chemical warfare Under Its new man power program wjjl more than exceed the sum In vested In the Panama canal. "Chairman Sherley. of the House Appropriations Committee, was In formed today by officer of this branch of the service that their orig in 1 estimate of $19,800,000 would hfcve to be raised to nearly $500,000. 0$0. The Panama canal. In round numbers, cost $375,000,000. TTheir new estimate covers both defensive and offensive use of gas futme and other weapons of modern wStrfare under the reading of Chemical." which the Huns first introduced on (he western front and which the American army proposes td, hand back to them In larger dnies than they bargained for. 90 provide the chemical warfare e&vlce with the money it requires. Chairman Sherley has decided to di vert part of the big ordnance esti mates to it, he explained to the ord nlmce and gas and flame officer Wi appeared before him today. JjTne gas and flame officers again Will appear before him on Monday further to outline the sweeping pro gram the AVar Department has de termined upon for their branch of service. HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY Mr. and Mrs. Breckinridge Long to Entertain New Australian Commis sioner Coming to Washington Activities of Diplomats. T TO VACCINATE HOGS Facclnate the hogs and help win HE Brazilian ambassador and Mme. da Gama are the guests for whom Breckinridge Lone. Third Assistant Secretary of State, and Mrs. Long are enter tainlng at dinner tonight. The Sec retary of State and Mrs. Lansing will be among the guests. Mme. da Gama. who has been In New York. Is returning to Washing ton this afternoon in time to be pres ent at the dinner. Kntertaln Art Commlasloncre. Mrs. John B. Henderson entertained at dinner last evening in compliment to the members of the Fine Arts Com mission. The French ambassador and Mme. Jusserand were among tho zucsts. The others present were Charles Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Adams, Mr. Oreenleaf, J-Alden Weir, John Kus3e'lvoPl"3MM. and Jlra. Clarence Itldley HgryJSJ7hlte, Sena tor J. C. W. Backhmm, .Congressman and Mrs. rrln"j,3V.""""$bndJl, Congress man and Mrs?-- Ben Johrson. Mrs Stephen B. Klklns, Col. John Temple Graves. Mrs. Edmund Pendleton, Con gressman and Mrs. Frederick H. Gll Ictt. Mrs. Robert Hincklay, Mrs. Davis Ireland and John B. Henderson. Jr. Henry Y. Braddon, Australian com missioner, especially appointed to make inquiries and recommendations tn aurt, (hit haflta nt twmnm h.tun ' tlt rnmfnnnni..llli mvn thft TTnlftwl States after the war, will arrive at San rrancisco shortly on his way to Washington. The Idea that Australia should have tie war" Is the slogan the Agricul tural Department is seeking to Imp-' a personaI commissioner In the United JfI3 upon the farmers of the coun- """ was conceived, it is saiu, ay E"If the farmer wishes to aid ef ficiently in halting the Hun. he should help Increase our hog sup ply by routing disease," the aug cistlon reads. Vaccination greatly lessens the dangers of hog cholera, the expert) say. Inasmuch as pork products ffrm one of the staples of army ra ttans, the humble hog bears a closer relation to winning the war than nUny people believe. Prime Minister Hughes and Sir Josepn Cook when they were in the United States recently. Mr. Hughes during his stay said on various occasions that Australia should and would have a commercial representative. Austra lian buslne.-s men and the parliament harked un thl Idpa- Hence followed Mr. Braddon's appointment with head-j (ju&ners ai wasniusiun. 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The marriage of Miss Olive Agnes Tripp, daughter of Brig. Gen. Guy E. iw v,k tn.. v.T.on 7-.,rh bth' Hospital on a pass yesterday New ork, to Lieut. Nelson uatch.I ,..., '. " . ,. ,, Air Service. U. S. A., will be cele brated this afternoon at the St. Regis Hotel. New York. The marriage will be followed by a small reception. The DnnceN Are Postponed. Saturday evening dances which Lieut. Tru . Burgess, the dement ed army off! -- who barricaded him self In a ro i In the Metropolitan Hotel and held several policemen and detectives at bay with a revolver fol lowing his escape from St. Elizabeth s on September 10 laat. is again at liberty today. Lieutenant Burgess left St, Eliza- afternoon and was supposed to be back at the institution late last night. Up t.-i a late hour he had failed to appear and police war instructed to make a search for him. He was brought to the city in an automobile operated by Howard Brady, 2723 Nicholas avenue, whom he tffafa 41a TT & Ad. ' Isaft Dihnnl nf that ca iv alvtaan tn ;. mm asa-c uuatvru tJll-. JB HJ - - a. nv.avw v i.a a i wa. aiAtvvu a,v liberty nondjt. E i if Oft Thicken Yonr Hair I With Cnticura If VOQ have dandruff vour hair will become drv and thin. Cntioira Oint. 4 - 7 -- fflent gently nibbed on spots of ilch Ing. seal ingand dandruff and followed by a hot shampoo of Cuticura Soap tll usually remove the worst cases. foouung better than t-uueura lor all siln and scar troubles. Ideal for ji(very-day toilet uses. Iltk ha Vr Uxlt Aildm naturf foeumn. IWH- a. hw" Reii nuiln. Vo.OC gatBMtBudW. wcganc MRS. ALTUS E. PRINCE, Bride of Captain Prince, U. S. A. She was formerly Miss Dorothy Eleanor Gamer. vrr-A tn h,in tnrtl. fn?- th ai-.n rtitntt .hortlv .ffr lfifivlnE tnn prnnnrix 'the O'Connor Dramatic Studios, undor B"dy toW the police that Burgess the direction of Mrs. O'Connor, today, I "Kiiea im tne machine at Tentn have been postponed until the HeaHh"treBt n,d Pennsylvania avenue south-Dei-artment lifts the ban upon public! "st- "nd walked toward the Capitol gatherings during tho present epidemic. I Grounds. ... Since his return to the hospital fol-ni- .nA Mr. Arthur n r.,r. nf lowing h arrest at the Metropolitan Washington and Hyatbville. announce lllfl- Lieutenant Jlurress has been tne marriage or their oaushter. miss : '.,. T; --"- r.th-i Mar.n riMn.. nnd Kn.im Rmii.ilme "e Institution on pass. He has mln F. Re nolils. Jr U. S. N. The cere- CHURCH NOTICES Presbyterian Soldier-writer who have been pro hibited from "-r" na; for publication may now Inrtu' n their literary ef forts to their hv-urts' content, under a new ruling of the War Department. An order Issued last January pro hibited men tn the service from con tributing to any publication. Soldiers are still forbidden to act as correspondents for newspapers, but In all other respects are given a free rein, subject only to regular censorship rules. The increase in draft ages to takj men up to forty-fllve. was one of the reasons advanced for the change In ruie. inasmuch a.i the new limit would affect a greatly enlarged number of literary men. GCBLEY UKMORIW. MlESnTTnWAX C1ICRC1I. Loratod at Nth and MtrMlanst. will held a ryIl patriotic xrvle. an th. chorea Uwn tnmorrow irorniac at 11 .'clock. Ad dres will b xnad by th. paator. JUv Bernard Iiraakams. Maale will b Iwt ty VI r. Dralinwalte and Mrs. Deulah Harder Dttnwood v. I Kethodtst Epucopal WAUGH M. E. CHURCH Third and A Sts. N. E. REV. HOWARD F. DOWNS 11 a m. Strvle. on th. ebnrth laws. 6rmon by Iter. Dr. McCoy, chaplain U. S. A. CordlaJ welcom to all. 1 0 CaShoUe riOY Today. nAVE a.d Pay. CHURCH NOTICES Christian Science enter a Tasmania bank. His bust ness ability soon gained him promi-i nence. He holds a high record for war activities and other public serv ice, and is well known as an athlete and sportsman. His wife accompanies him to Washimton and they will be interesting additions to official so ciety In the Capital. mony was performed In Brooklyn. Mon day, September 20, by the Rev. William Hamilton, of the Bpiscopal Church. Owing to the recent order of the Health Department, the perforaance of Miss Margaret Crawford, of New York, at the Arts Club tomorrow evening, un der the direction of C W. O'Connor, haj been postponed until the lifting of ban against public entertainments, by the Health Department. The first greats musical and social event of the seaspn at the Metropol itan Opera House. New York, will take place on Saturday evening, Oc tober 12, under the patronage of the President and Mrs. Wilson and tho Queen Dowager Margherlta of Italy, and under the auspices of the Italian Ambassador and the Countess di Cel lere. Secretary of the Colonies Gas pare Coloelmo and Donna Tomma sino Coloslmo and the Consul General and Madame TrltonJ There Is a possibility that the Pres ident and Mrs. Wilson will attend and rainy distinguished artists will ap pear In the program that is being personally directed bv Culllo Gattl- J Casazza, director of the Metropolitan I been at liberty several times since his return, but always returned to the Institution at night. He Is described as being tall, smooth face and. gray eyes, dark brown hair and wears glasses. He Is wearing the uniform of a first lieu tenant. v -Mj lrm Trhrt C IfnniAr aul " 'micauuij " n' un'iDerio .uoranzoni ano .uaesiro uiuuo ... a.... .-..u. ..w....... ... .......... ,l.i , , !,-,,. n TlhllaH.lnhl. I In behalf of the Liberty loan cam- Itusalan diWsion of the State De palgn In that city. They v. Ill return , part ment to Washington Mondaj. I , I Mr and Mrs n. Bollln. Morse are Opera House, and In which the artists Mrs. John W. Davis, wife of the In Newport for a few days. I will include, among others. Caruso. newly appointed United States Am-, I Mlscha Elman. Mabel Garrison. h..dor tn fireat Britain had a Mrs- Edward T. Stolcabury has re-'Adamo Dldur and the Metropolitan . ... .. ....w...u. ..., . ... ....... .......... .. ii.i.ui .iic uiiti;tiuii wa .iinca.iu I1U- and XI- KrnlAihnrv ivfll mnvA Intil k.i. rn.... nnl ...l tf...i.. --I..1tn I their town house in Philadelphia. Mme. Ellzalde, wife of the ..sinister of Ecuador, and her children, who have been at Blue Ridge Summit. Pa., for the summer, have joined Dr. Ellzalde at the legation in Washing ton. Dr Ellzalde entertained informally at dinner at the Metropolitan Club last evening. In compliment to Mr. Hloki, Japanese minister to Sweden. wno is leaving Washington ehortly -"-"-..; - -,.- .. , "" ""V" .' V 1 V ". . ' .... ...--V-.. fnnm nrf i-mint. Miechl HI rl- ior nis new pos. a. siocKnoim. ine; ,j... . .. !. ... .. . , .v.. ...i.. u., I lere. and CaDtaln Bevlons and LleuL UllI I -U" "I.V .VIV-jr W IUI1IWIIW1M I ICCIlll. n..vc., .Wl .MW ll llll.lt x.. . - ' . -- .... ;, I .An T ...i... lir ii.ik ! .itt.nt ri r rAiica niiiirri. u. .110 jl&ii.ii nuirtu Mrs. Stephen B. Elklns has returned! St Mark's School Southboro. Is with) of Tubllc Information in the United to Wellington, naving moiorea irom ner for a rew nays. .Mrs. .moii spen. her country home "Halllehurst," ati Thursday in New York city attend r.lkln.. W. Va., and Is established at Ing a. meeting of the executive com her K street residence for the winter. I mittee of the New York State Re publican committee, of which she .3 hae given up the Charles Francis i Adams house at 1701 Massachusetts! Col. and Mrs. Henry W. Shoemak avenue, which they occupied last er have leased their residence In winter, and this season will occupy New York, and will make their home the residence at 1720 Rhode Island in Washington for the coming win avenue. , tcr. I Sir.. I.. W. Molt Ilet urn. Mr Ira Nelson Morris, American i jirs. Luther W. Mott. wife of Con minister to Sweden, and Mrs. Morris, gressmen Mott of New York, win who have spent ome time In New her children. Alice and Dorothy, 1 a other guests were Minora FuJH, second secretary of the Japanese em bassy, and Don Miguel A. de Ycaza. first secretary of the legation of Ecuador. ASTHMA Sir Arthur Yapp, head of the Y. M. C A. In England, Is expected in Washington today for a short visit and will be the guest of Sir Henry Bablngton Smith, assistant Erltlsn High Commissioner, during his stay In the Capital. Mm. MrAdoo To Lead Parade. 'Settl. that will be heard In the first rendering in America ,oi verais "Hymn of the Nations." This concert practically Inaugu rates society's season for the winter, and Is also the one great entertain ment thus far planned. If prevent the President and Mrs Wilson will occupy one of the par terre box. In another box will be the Italian ambassador and his wife. States. ARMY ROUTINE IN First Church of Christ, Sciential, iii aoia us recuiar service at II "ciock Sunday roornlnr. on the church lawn, at Columbia road and Eaclld street. There will b no Sunday achool and ao evening service. i st. crnu.vx'a CongreaUon will have nun at .,:. I, and lt-.lP, on th. church lawn. Xpert will be no attains" service. Tb. mM. at BT. DOHL1IW CHITICII Tomorrow win b. c.lbratd o the Co; v.nt Grounds at . !:!. . 'ond o'clock. No rlea la th. afuraoon r .venlnff. Chranan Sdeacs Mrs. McAdoo are In Baltimore today, where Mrs. McAdoo will lead the women-ln-war-work" parade, which has been arranged by the women's Liberty loan committee, of which she Is chairman. I The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Tj.-Anli.ia n.nt.l. nq... .....& .. "!.. INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH :," for lh week ni lS.r.rV Daniels is scheduled to make speeches . Swirt . Company's tale, or freah beer In Waahlnctoa. D C. for the week .ndlnr JWEOKEY BEFVKDED ASK AMY DRUGGIST j lic RPSSS-i!.-?"" "'I'1 1 Mrs. Frederick Keep will enter tain at dinner at the Country Club on Wednesday evening in compli ment to Thomas Beaumont Hohler recentlv appointed British minister to Uruguay, who will all shortly fo his new post at Montlvideo. Mr Hohler has for some time been scrv- The Secretary of the Treasury and Ing as second counselor of the Bnt- I Ish embassy at Washington and his approaching departure is causing genuine regret. Slake Trip To New York. Mr. a'nd Mrs. J. Butler Wright are in New York for a few days, anl are stajing at the Hotel Walcot'. Mr. Wright has been recently ap- member. Congressman Snell .3 chairman of this committee Commander L'yeda naal attache of the Japanese embass, is In New York on leae of aben-e. and I" staying at tin- Astor Hotel. Dr. and Mrs" Rolan I Barker h ridge and their daughter. Miss Uor-1 othy Whitrldge. hae returned from Jamestown. It. I. to their home. 17"t5j I street. Miss Whilrldge will be one of the debutantes of thla season. I Mrs. Burton Harrison, who spent the summer at Charmian, Pa., im the Stone cottage. ha leturncd to Washington and opened her house Brigadier General White, who has been In charge here of the British and Canadian recruiting missloa In the United States, will be the ruest of honor at a dinner of the Canadian Club of New Yerk In the Hotel Bllt more next Tuesday His staff will ac company him OtUer gueits 'will be Charis 11 Hiighes. Alton B. Parker. George W Wlrkersham. Judge Elbert II. Oarv, MaJ Gen Franklin Bell. Col. S C Mclnne-. Ottawa, and C Cllve Bajlej, BjTit'jh conful general. II. S.TAKESOVER nointed counselor of the American I on I street for the winter Mrs Har- embapsy at Iotirion to euccred Irwin' rion made the trip ficrn tue I'l.arm- i;. I.aughlin Alihougn until noj tan by motor technically attached to the American.! embasey at IVtrograd. he ha. fo'l Monsignor I'a. who ha ju"t r- several months been on duty In the! turned from an important mission m MUNITIONS PLANT Make this Pledge TODAY! Trnm-hf I'll Be Home Tomorrow after 1 P. M. until the Liberty Loan Vol unteer calls to take my sub scription. Then 111 buy every bond I can, and induce others of the family to do likewise. Redeem it Tomorrow Buy 4th Liberty Loan 4 Bonds DUPONT NATIONAL BANK GEORGE HOWARD, President. CONNECTICUT AVENUE & DUPONT CIRCLE. KNOXVILLE. Tenn. O. t 5 A troop or United States caval.v from Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. today took pos session of the William J. Olive- mu nitions plant here, which was yester day seized by the Federal Govern ment. William J. Oliver, mllloinairc owner of the plant- three company off clals. and six employes are being held b the Federal authorities under heavy bond, on t htrgOB of conrpira-y to drTriitid iho Govornmen' in the manu facture of shells and with v olution of the yabo'aire act. The 1 eder.il seiz'ire came a a re sult of reports made by Secret Serv ice men who hae been emploed In the plant for a number of weehs. The arrests were made by United States Marshal Thompson and a force of deputies. About 1 000 shells, the office records, a quantity of tools and marhlnery were seized by the mar rhal upon a search warrant. ! FAVOR WAGE BOARD Declaring that Federal emplojes in Washirgton are Ip need of a wage adjustment board, on which the em plne will he represented crjually with the admini. frame official?, the j executhe council of the National 1 Federation nf Federal Employes to day is on record fur the establish ment if a Federal Personnel Com j nilnstnn by Congrcts The council has pasted a resolution I favoring the representation of organ I Ized labor by at least two members I on any Federal commission which I may be selected to consider the prob lems nf reconstruction after the war. I A resolution urging the appointment I of two women members of the N- ' tlonal War I.bor Board was unani mously adopted Copies of this reso lution will be snt to Pre.ldenr WII i win and to Chairman Tnft. nf the War Labor Board PROTECT SOLDIERS' FEET Differing from Napoleon, the Amerl ran War Department believes that "an army travels principally on Its feet " New regulations 'ssucd by the de portment today make detainment commanders personally rcspmisible for feeing that cverj man l& t,len a ' perfc"t fit" In thoes and c-nrk Foot in'aMirini: maihinrs and fitting dies are to be supplied o all camps and garrlrons New lri?tr-ic-tlonn for the rare i the feet iisuej today are to be strictly follow id. the regulations said. FORCE AT G. W. U. With military routine In- force, members of the George Washington University unit of the students' army training corps now are taking dally hikes and are spending long hours at drilling. The COO members of the unit are required to report for drill three times a day at 8:15, 2:15. and 5:15 o'clock. The men draw up In company forma-. tlon at these hours In front of the main university bulldlng3. In G stree between Twentieth and Twenty-first streets northwest, and then either pro ceed on long hikes or receive instruc tion in the elements of military tac tics. Several companies already have been formed, each under command of an army officer detailed by the War Department. Second Lieut. Edward r r?nll(n. i In tnpi1 cIwm- o commandant at the university. I Of the' 500 students who have Joined the unit, only about sixty have been partially Inducted Into the military service, and no one has yet been fully inducted. The sixty men who have been par tially Inducted are be ng fed tempor arily at the War Camp Community Service Club, No. 4, situated at Twelfth and C streets northwest. They will continue to got their meals there until the university mess hall, on the ground floor of Concordia Lutheran Church, Twentieth and G streets northwest, has been fully established. Students gather at the Community Service Club three times a day for regular army meals. These meal hours are 7:15 and 11 a. m.. and 5 p. m. GRIP BREAKS I ON U 1 TROOPSHIP LONDON. Oct. 5 Influenza has broken out among Tankee troops at sea. according to a statement printed in the Daily Mail Erig. Oen. Francl Winter, chief surgeon of the Amerl T.n forces. Is quoted is having de clared the malady Is under control. General Wheeler explains the situa tion as follows: ''It Is confined almost to a single convoy, and the nature of the dis ease dismisses the possibility of poi soning by an enemy agent on board the ship or In New Tork. This time of year on the Atlantic is known as the pneumonia season, and when men from the plains, many of whom have neer een the sea, are brought to gether bj "thousands en board ship an outbreak of some disease common to troon in c!oe quar eis 14 not unnatural.' A LECTURE y ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE WILL BE HELD ON . THE ELLIPSE SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT 3 O'CLOCK Under the auspices of First, Second and Third Churches of Christ, Scientist. John W. Doorly, C. S. B. of Leeds, England, will lecture. The public is invited. This lecture will take the place of the regular services in the Christian Science Churches. THE LECTURE HAS THE APPROVAL OF THE DISTRICT AUTHORITIES. Pk From the Business Office Viewpoint WHITNEY IN ARMY NEW YORK. Oct. 5. Payne Whit ney, lawyer, whose father, the late William Tayne Whitney, -was Sccre tary of the Navy under Cleveland, has joined the army as a private. He Is forty-two, but waived all possible claims for exemption. He will pro ceed to Camp Lee, Va- this week. His wife was Miss Helen Hay. daugh ter of John Hay, Secretary of State under Roosevelt. DANIELS LAUDS DOUGLAS. SrniNGFinLD. Ill, Oct 5 Secre tary of Nay Daniels paid tribute todav to the memory of Stephen A Douglas upon the occasion of the un veillniT of & Douglas statue here. BUY Today. SAVK aad Fay. AIRCRAFT PROBE CONTINUES. The Hughe aircraft Investigation committee still Is hearing witnesses, and will submit its report to President Wilson at the earliest possible time. Chairman Hughes has announced. $750,467,982 IN W. S. S. Sales of war savings stamps up to Oc tober I amounted to JToO.TTJ'K. repre senting a maturity value of JMKXX306. To arouse a sluggish liver, to relieve a distressed stomach, to fortify- your self against disease, use L mmm Lam Sal f Aar M.clda la V WotM. StU cvarrwW. la Baaee. 102 3m, Two Million One Hundred and Eleven Thousand Three Hundred and Seventy-Seven Here It Is In Figures 2,111,377 That is the advertising lineage GAIN or- The Washington TIMES for the first .9 months of the year 19 IS. It is undoubtedly a greater gain by one hun dred per cent than any other newspaper in the United States can show for a like period. Already we have lapped the first year's present ownership of The Washington TIMES by three months and show a gain of OVER HALF A MILLION LINES of advertising for that period. Here are the figures for the past three months compared with the corresponding months of 1917: 1917 1918 GAIN July 410,081 569,253 159,172 August 402,997 541,102 138,205 September 455,323 672,314 216,991 TOTAL GAIN for 3 Months 514,368 As a means of securing increased business, The Washington TIMES, accounting as it does for the newspaper patronage of the greater portion of the newcomers to the National Capital, has produced a RECORD OF RESULTS from advertising that is alone responsible for fifteen months of advertising gains unprecedented in the history of newspaper building. E. C. Rogers, Business Manager, The Washington Times m T"