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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, DECEMBER 23,' 1918. 8 raws ship BACK WITH TROOPS NEW TORK; Dec. 23. Tfearly four thousand soldiers arrived here today on the transport Gconfce, Washington, which took PresldentrWllsoA and his party to Brest. ' TKe units o"n -"board, are the 127tn field artillery, advanced, school de tachment of the Eleventh division, and the chemfcij. war service detach ment No. 1. There also were 86S wounded -and tick soldiers land twenty civilians on 'board. "V The White Star liner Ccdric also will dock here damns' the afternoon with 2.172 soldiers and a. number of Government officials and civilian. Brat step Buying TTar Barings BtawnnUt ru are purchased all 7w -for it Tha "Velvet Kind." "Sold by dealers near "your bem yoa don't have to ream. AdTt, P Men's and Ladies' " Handkerchiefs 3 In pretty Xmas box. ' , 50c 3 In pretty Xtaas box. 75c 8 In pretty Xmas box. $1&$1.50 Silk Hosiery for men or ladies, 60c to $3 Umbrellas for ladles cr men. $1 to $10 DREYFUSS BROS. 1 617 awl 619 Pa. Ave N. W. n t vQSSf Kyyrr I - T. fl I y 13 B Open Evenings ENLARGING 01 Kodak Prats a Specialty KKLtnaa au rsuTRM zitj&dtniKt&ttU&rt 'ik fclioa) RaesfcraKeSfcrf (Hr. roturi snopo Uth 81. and Fa- An.) WIDE CHOICE OFFERED PLAYGOERS THIS WEEK BCRTOX HOLMES. Burton Holmes put the audience at the National Theater last night In a Jolly mood through his picture of the Yankees In doughnut and r flap Jack fests, and then sobered. It In a second by a change of pictures. A hush fell on the house when the ruins of Vaux wereNshown. and the lecturer said: This was the nearest point fb Paris achieved by the boche." The village had been wrecked by Ameri can shells, made necessary Jn drlvlntr the Huns from It, "but hundreds of them are still there, buried under tons of masonry In the cellars In which they had taken refugr." "The Tanks af. the Front," as this number of the series of travelogues Js called, would not be complete without a stirring picture of General Pershing, and when the ell-sct-up commander of the Americans was shown review ing the children at Chaumont, and when he 'drew the little girl wreath bearer to hjra for an old-fashioned hug and a couple of kisses, the audi ence was satisfied. This human aide of a great warrior found iulck recog notton In hearty applause. The deaf old Texas woman who made griddle cakes for the soldiers while the ram poured shared honors with the Salvation Army girls and their crullers ("with holes la them). and the women who mended the sol diers cIothes'whIle you wait- Holmes told of two or tbree good war Incidents which were well re ceived. ' He gave the treat of the evening, however. In" his movies of exploding depth bombs, fired from the United States submarine chasers. These ex plosions furnlfhed the htrlll in. last ntght'a program. This sea activity was followed by the views of -the American advance at Chateau-Thierry. Cleverly camou flaged cannon, and dugouts In the woods, with the men at work and at rest, were shown. Then the battered city where the Tankce gave the Hun the surprise of the, war. The Interior of a, church there showed the loot which the invaders had stored until they completed the "few mora days work of taking Paris. There,was a great heap of brass articles taken from the homes, and clocks and bric-a-brac Officers motor cars even found the church a .suitable garage. Holmes' references to the demand that those responsible for the devas tation and theft shall be punished brought great handclapplng. The usual Monday matinee will be given this afternoon. Next Sunday evening and Monday matlsee the "Tanks In Italy" pic tures will close, the series. r mm 14-kt. Solid Gold Bracelet Watch, Octagon Shape $22.50 Quality Jewelry Co, 438 9th. St N. W. MJ-M With Salad Flavor Jlffr-Jell desserts ccsne in many fruit flavors. Bo'tlime Jlffj Jell flavored with lime fruit make the best salad jelL It is tart and green. The flavor comes in liquid form, sealed in a vial. Serve with your aalad. Or mix in veg etables, cooked or un cooked, before the JMy-JeireooIs. Left- overswilldo. Or mix In meat scraps and make a meat loaf. Try Loganberry Jifly-Jell for a dessert, and Lime for a salad jell. One package serves six. These quick, economical dainties serve a Wg need today. r-Madbcea hr 3S dm .JbrFT-JEUWat&ufc. Wboada m.u.To. A surprise was furnished patrons 'of Moore's RIalto Theater yesterday. In addition to a photoplay bljl of su perb quality, there were revealed to the. public for the first time magnin cent illuminated Grecian field scenes at each side of the stage, during the ren dition of the "Poet and Peasant" over ture by the RIalto symphony orches tra imparting to the proscenium a touch of shimmering falryesque beauty. J The photpplay bill that followed sustained -the sense of satisfying arfjstry.. Chief Interest centered in rthfatuatfon.v-ln which the chief role is portrayed, with resourcefulness and charm by Gaby Deslys, the famous Parlslenne. Her" role is that of Flora "Nys, a flower girl, who rise to great heights of popular favor and sacri fices a. leading place on the stage to her Infatuation for a gilded youth of whose nature love and sincerity form ed ro part. Colored scenes of remarkable beauty, and a. succession of dramatic climaxes are features of an admir able Christmas film spectacle "The Rose of No Man's Land." sung by J. C Tonnies. barytone, in com pliment to the Bed Cross, constitutes an unusual Interval in a bill which Is completed by "This Way Out." a diverting comedy, the pictured current events. Ore delightful accompaniment of Mr. Breeskln's solo artists, and the organ recitals. 3TItA;D. "The Heart of Rachael ." at Moore's Strand Theater the first four days of' this week, presents a wonderful com bination of genuinely interesting story, skillful direction, intelligent acting and artistic photography. Bessie Barriscalr. in this subject, has what will undoubtedly be recognized as her best role.' Tho story of "The Heart of Ra chael" Is familiar to those who have read Kathleen Xorrls' popular noel of the same name. It will be remem bered that the life slorj of the faith ful little woman who dhorced a worthless philanderer because he pre ferred not to erase a series of espe cially obnoxious liaisons and in later ears permitted to go uncontested a plea for dlorce by the husband who thought he perceived happiness In the sirenlc .attentions of a luminary of the stage, is replete w lth situations ADVERTISEMENT. ADVERTISEMENT Take a Tonic; Be Immune FromSickness This Winter that represent the -very epitome of powerful drama. Tho bill U completed by an Inter esting edition of tho news pictorial, the customary brief comedy reel and excellent orchestral accompaniment. PALACE. That the placid bills of Vermont are as adaptable for thrilling adven ture as the battle-torn fields of France Is graphically demonstrated by "The Mystery Girl." the compelling title given the fllm production of George Uarr McCutcheon's romantic war novel, "Green Fancy," now being shown at the Palace. Ethel Clayton, as Countess Therese. adventurous niece of the ruler of-a small European principality, who de fies the Kaiser, goes gallantly and triumphantly through the perils of the battle front and the even more perilous encounters with Prince Ugo. pretender to her uncle's throne, and his gang-of German thugs who follow her to Vermont to rob her of crown Jewels and state papers. The heart interest Is supplied by Ugo'a efforts .to win, by fair means or foul, and mostly foul, the hand of the fair Therese, and his thwarting by Capt. Thomas K. Barnes. U. & A. Henry Woodward as Captain Barnes easily holds the audience's sympathy In his victorious efforts against Ugo in -the field of love, but Is pleasantly outwitted In a itruecle for the crown Jewels by Chester Nalsmlth. a master thler.-cleveriy portrayea oy unaries West. The bill, which will continue through Wednesday night, also In cludes a diverting Mack Sennet com edy, and the latest .news pictorial. The musical selections by the large Palace Orchestra are exceptionally good. K-MCICBRBOCKin. '"The Racing Strain," a romance of Kentucky and Saratoga, the latest screen vehicle of. Mae Marsh, pleased capacity -audiences at Crandall's Knickerbocker yesterday, where tt is again the attraction tonight. The early scenes -of IU story are laid in the blue, grass region of Ken tucky, where Lucille Cameron, a girl In whose, nature all the ideals ofthe real South 'are found, lives with her uncle. Colonel Cameron, a fancier of thoroughbred horses. Through his dealings with "Big Jim" De Luce, a New Tork horseman and wildcat stock promoter, Lucille - learns that her uncle is being systematical!" swindled. She forms a clever plan, whletr finally works out disastrously for the New Torker. Others In the cast'are Clarence t)tl ver. Clifford Bruce. Edwin Sturgls, and Tammany Toung. ' lng nothing of her near heartbreak, accepts his return til!nsoiatca!ly. ATKtUtj GXIATTD. Mabel Normaijd In r.V Perfect Thir ty-six" was yesterday's feature film at Crandall's Avenue Grand. At the opening of the story, she Is seen as a much-abused slavey In a boardinc- house. Next she Is seen as a travel ing saleswoman and proves a, signal failure. Then follows swiftly a se ries of events In which tha girl la Involved, with more or less discom fort to herself but proving dellclously humorous to the spectator. "Tho Border Wireless." starring William S. Hart, will be the Avenue Grand's attraction today and tomorrow. APOLLO. "The Forbidden City" was shown at Crandall's Apollo yesterday and Is scheduled for further showings there .tonight. The star Is Norma Tal- madge. The early scenes are laid In China and deal with the daughter of a proud mandarin who disobeys tho mandates of her ancestors and tho custom of her land by marrying an American. Her punishment, la death; ana ine inriner events or the story concern the daughter who Is born to her after Jier separation from the American? Thomas Melchan. L. Rogers Lytton. Michael Rayle. Reed Hamilton and A. E. Warren are the principals ap pearing in Miss Talmadgc's support. LTCEUSI. George H. Ward, a comedian with a knack for writing teasing tunes; Stella Morrissey,'"the Callf ornla song bird;" Edytho Lyons, soubrette, and' Dorothy Dean, an attractive ingenue, make tho "Speedway Girls" -company, at the Lyceum, live up to Its patne. Charlea M. Baker, In his second con tribution to the American circuit, takes advantage of the present popu larity of Jazz music, swift comedy, and zippy girls and "puts over" an entertainment that ought to attract capacity crowds to the Avenue but- riesaue house throughout the week. A number of clever specialties are In troduced during the action of the bur-lettaa. PINS UP MORSE TO HAUL YANKS' FOOD DEATH-THREAT LETTERS TO ALL CHINA MAIL DIRECTORS Experience in Other Cities Prove Hypo-Cod Best Tonic to Ward It Off. BUILDS UP PATENT AFTER ATTACK, TOO Drives Away Backache, Cough, Nervousness, and Brings ' Appetite, Strength. Health authorities ha,e been of one aicord in stating that vigorous, strong and healthy people are best able to ward off the Influenza germ and In fact ablo to ward off all disease, colds, ccughs, lung congestion, etc, Jbat may come along. It is really true that no one who is the least bit rundown should wait a moment before taking a good tonic. 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Be ure; .v .'.- c.u.hc luKnuiociurea jyy GAHDE.f. Madame Otca Petrova, an. emotion al actress whose command of her aft Is complete, probably has'never had 4 role in silent drama more fully within her ample powers than that of the harassed, younr woman In .The Theater the flrtt threa days of thUlfS?" The Tanther Woman" is a ,fllm version ot iicriruaev.Auierion s wiurs-i srajp j ly discussed novel, -i-auence cpar-1 - - .r U- . . . 1 " 'i- nawK ana iter Times.- j.ne story or. - ju.: schemed to drag her down to her own level of degradation saved her self by the unleashed fury 6t a pan ther nature, is one that Is .visualize with consummate skin and one tnai will linger In memory as a bit of dramaturgy of unusual merit The bill Is completed by the cus ternary brief features and orchestra, accompaniment. On Wednesday and Thursday the chief feature of the bill will be "Hit ting the High Spots." picturing Bert Lytell in one of bis most engaging roles. SAN FRANCISCO. Dec 23. Anony mous letters threatening the lives of the Chinese directors of the China Mall Steamship Company have been received by each member of the dlrcc; torate, following the murder Satur day night of Fong Wing, one of the directors. Fong Wfng was shot as he left his store in Chinatown. Recent tong wars have no connec tion with the shooting. Alexander Garland, assistant to the Chlneso president of the company, said. He believed the murder would be .traced to certain disgruntled stockholders. Receipt of the anonymous letters closely followed announcement of a reward ot $10,000 for the arrest and conviction of the Instigators of the crirne. CAMP MEADE. Md., Dec 23. The glad hand, went out to Private Rob ert McMInn when the other Pennsyl vania national guardsmen learned In a roundabout conversation from him that he was the "chow cart" driver who brought the food up so often during the bloody and hungry- days that the 109.h Infantry spent In July. McMInn and Frlvate Frederick Detz, now convalescing here, were In Company M until that day early In July when eight hours of shelling by the Germans left only thlrty-slx: unwounded men out or -oo. ino Germans smashed .the company o badly that It was decided by the two officers left to report to regimental headquarters that , the thlrty-slx were ready for service In any other organization in the regiment. Given Chow Cart. McMInn went into tho transporta tion companyand was given a. chow cart. Dletz went Into Company C. and others went to A and E. This reorganization In the field, when no account could be taken of records, will explain to many why" certain companies are apparently lost. Ot the other thirty-four men. Dletz has seen none for many months. All through tho hottest of the fighting Dletz saw fcMInn with the chow.. "Once we were fifty-six, hours without a bite," said Dletz. "Yes," replied McMInn. "and that was probably wheml had my chow cart smashed and had to take a British cart for the next trial. And then they killed my horse and my other driver. They tried to kill me too." McMInn Is Jolly 'When he tells about tho smashing ofcarts. hut he shows his sadness when telling- of whit happened to horses. One wounded horse had a cut so wide that McMInn, a resourceful fellow, Pinned the flesh with a safety pin. This operation met with the approval of medical men who saw the -result and were amused as-well as pleased. Plnaed-TSp -Horse. "X saw that plnned-up horse," said Dletz. "Well. I guess ypu did see him," re plied McMInn, describing the erode shelter he found for serving the food. "It was not long before the Germans knocked the pins and bones out of him and ended ills suffering. It was a French horse pulling a 3rltlsh cart. I never had to explain. Horses and men that worked with me in the chow service were knocked off. One hot I day on my way back for food I found a pip rrcDca wiuc vsri, u hwiw and driver dead and wagon smashed. 1 .showed the boys the way, and they certainly did enjoy the treat." Dletz and McMInn bad almost a charmed life. It was not until late in July that McMInn waa hit bad enough to put him out of commission. Dletz In November $10,000,000 more, than the value of exports In October the Department ot Commerce -announced today. November imports totaled JJ231.000, 000 in the same month, the report shows. Tfjnwke take saere tmmm tvra TIT 1 4eMt(HNe r tw.m4 ttotr) that ttaMi the SavtmaiMt MK jj JteetJ saeaey. Keep ytr W. S. t. jtettcc 4 bay taonrW, S. 3. did not get his wound until August Both got It In the feet -and legs, lie Minn was often cut and scratched. but the shell that stopped him put nine pieces of steel in his legs. He will not be well enough to get home for Christmas. Diets: bad a machine gun bullet In his right foot The, Pennsylvania guardsmen tell how gallanetly their famous division fouhgt and they- recall the, names ot many who are dead or badly wound ed. Hunger1 Is the one agony many of the men recall. It waa with a big appetite that they plunged Into the fray. They rarely mention the bur lets that hit them, but all recall vlv Idly, the meals' tbar mltsed. They recall the French, and British hard tack they tried In vain to eat NEWPORT NEWS' YARDS TURN OUT THREE SHIPS NEWPORT -NEWS, Va.7,Dec Si Three, more ships are flying the Stars and Stripes today. The New port News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company has completed two destroyers the. Semmes. named after Admiral Raphael Semmes. commana er of -the Alabama, of Confederate fame, and the Satterlee, named for Capt Charles Satterlee. who per ished with his crew aboard the V. JS 8. Tampa In the Bristol channel, September 20, last The third ship completed Is the merchant ship Aqulstar, of the At lantic, Gulf and West Indies Line. BULGAR'S'lNATTACk'ON POSTS HELD BY GREEKS ATHENS. Dec 23. Three Greek soldiers are wounded today, and sev eral Bulgarian soldiers .are dead, fol lowing an attack on Greek posts near Trouasova. An official dispatch from Seres, in Greek Macedonia, states that the Greeks have captured two Bulgarian, posts. The Bulgars "are. retlrln? to ward the slopes of Mont Beles. DR. KUNO DIRECTOR OF HAMBURG-AMERICAN. LINE sbHIIImS ISrii EiiS P-bEbsV ftSssHaLal a assssssssssl 7 asaTaJ ssssssssssssssssssssssssi JasHasssssssssssssssssssB Refsinol the tested skin-treatment "Remnolfr'whatjoa watHor year-' lldn-trrab!e Resincl to titj the itch ing and baminf --ResineI to Ae'the eruption. Thk rentfe e!ntenr2f been o effective for yean in treatfeg ecutca, fins worn, icc&nft bams., winder ca. rashes, and sore, tint K aaa became utataest. -- a staadsrd akin treatment It eon- Mat vk ittr Jteaw &? tain notfc&ff that cro!d Inkate the SUd Jbti'sMiXixz Utums unmHo- tenierett Ian." ' ary. v Yew eWgewt will 6 tell yes tbf ItesTriol'OtearteM' fa exeelleati for rt- Uerfarj" mart, itch, saT bam cj Boiiyite;bkw, a-vrJ iawct-fflfcf. ll seethes aad cool ckfctt banted by All UIff tell Resfeal LONDON. Dec 23. Dr. Kuno has been appointed managing director of the Hamburg-American steamship , line, sueceedtsr the late Albert Bal-, lin, aecordlnr to a Central News dis patch from Copenhagen. U.- S. NOVEMBER,EXPORTS TOTAL $522,000,000 I . Exports to the value of 7322,000,000 were sent out of the United States CHRISTMAS, 1918 CENTER MARKET CLOSED WEDNESDAY . CHRISTMAS DAY Open Tuttday, Decerafcec 24, horn 5 a. m. to 10 Opes TIrar-Mlay, Decea&er 26, from. $ a. ,. m Market Hours for New Ysrs Dy W3 Be From 6 A. te'to 11 A. M. COLUMBIA. Bryant Washburn, 'star of many successful photoplays, occupies the screen at Loews Columbia Tiicaic. for the first time In "The Gypsy Trail." the first four dayB of this week. The Gypsy Trail" derives its name from the designation which an ex ceedlngly up-to-date reporter bestow -j ed upon the newspaper "game to which he was attached. The plot is taken directly from the stage play of the same name. The action U brisk, and acting clever, and the pho tography of a uniformly excellent quality. In the star's support Wanda Ilaw Icy Is entirely charming as the in genuous oung woman who. when she attempted a "kidnaping elopement," almost capitulated to the young mem ber of the fourth estate who caught the scent of a story and barely miss ed playing one ot the stellar roles In a love drama. The bill Is completed with the cus tomary short reel supplementary features. rik WWf&LWBBl ""EKsttjI I ''--' fts. vW - 1I.BWIII V.Hal flBBBBBHsVIHr3eE!eBiBBBBr l Ural m i M ri -.V in., w HHHMMMMpiMMMV 99 TaTsTsaMsssssTiasTisssS3Mge7MsTieTeTBeWMBeaMeMMsslB fl-l ttM "" i Last Minute Suggestions For Last Minute Shoppers in Hirsh's Christmas Footwear At Hirsh's Remarkable Savings in Prices Have you forgotten some one and at this late hour find it hard to decide just what to give them If so, Hirsh's is the store-you should go to, and their footwear is the gift you should'give. You 11 find foot wear presents for every member of the family in our mammoth stock and-all of them at the famous Hirsil-w savings in prices. SATOT. The Road Through the Dark," yesterday's principal attraction at Crandall's Savoy, stars Clara Kim ball Young. The story opens in France Just before the outbreak of the war and the German invasion. The heroine is Gabrieile Jarder. daughter of a conservative French family. She is sent with her brother and sister to live in a village near the border, and shortly after her arrlal the r.ir comes and with it the Inva slon. To sae her fellow-townmen from mistreatment at the hands of the troops, Gabrieile fjlvesflTrrself as a hostage, although knowing rvhat her sacrifice means. Later she manages to escape, finds her sweet heart, and the film ends happily. The Road Through the Dark" will again be shown at the Savoy tonight. CRANDALL'S. 'Women's Weapons," screened at Crandall's yesterday. Is again the at traction there today. EUiel Clayton, its star, is cast as Anne Elliott, wife of an artist, who discovers that her husband has fallen under the Infatuation of a woman of the so-called "Bohemian" type, and believes her his "soul mate." Anne In vites her husband's charmer to their home for a long visit and then pre tends illness, so that the two are con stantly in each other's company. 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