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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919.
12 T DEFICIE BILLGOESTOHQUSE The first deficiency appropriation bill for the. fiscal year 1920 was re ported to the House yesterday by the House Deficiency Committee, amount recommended in the The bill is J14.1S4.704.67. which is $3,567.- 777.27 less than the amount of the estimate considered by the commit tee. The appropriations agreed on fol low: Civil Service Commission, $50,000; Federal Trade Commission, $150,000; Smithsonian Institution, $29,618.68; State Department. $490,000; Treasury Department, $5,046,471.11: War De partment, $457,406.24; National Sol diers' Home. $22,000; Panama canal, $150,000: Interior Department. $148, 784.75; Postal Service. $450,000; De partment of Justice. $1,579,000; United States Courts, $794,382.59; Ag ricultural Department. $2,500,000; De partment of Commerce. $1,839,772.50; Department of Labor. $275,072.04; House of Representatives, $199,306.56; Government Printing Office. $2,500. -3165 Mea sad Women last Teas" ACCOUNTANCY Oldest School In City. DeKree-GrantiBjr Powers. Prepares for C. P. A. t Bust Ben. PREPARATORY Accredited Baals. Lay and Eve Blag Grade High School. DRAFTING Architectural I Mrhanlcal f.0 P COMMERCIAL Greet: Shorthandt$3S per mo. Bookkeeping-, Typewriting. Other Coarses Balletia Krce 17386 St N.W.V 11 A A Main 8251 I.IHaUll. NATIONAL CITY SCHOOL 73 Fifteenth Street Northwest Oae-Balf block north of Treasury Offers competent -Instruction in All depart ment, and solicits the patronage 01 erious-mlnded students who are seeking practical Buiiness Training at a fair rate of tuition. SHORTHAND. TYPEWKIT2SC. BOOK KEEPING, PRIVATE SKCKKTAIUAL TRAINING. Individual Instruction in Shorthand. Short-time Courses in Touch Typewriting- Review Classes in Arithmetic. Special Course in Business Letter Writing. Beginning Class la Business Vocabulary. English Spelling Penmanship. Shorthand Flotation Civil Service. Students under 15 years of age not ac cepted. No larjre classes only a limited number of students will be enrolled for each department. Day and Night Kesfcloas. 15 WOOD'S SCHOOL 311 K. Capitol St. Shorthand , Typewriting Civil Service Bookkeepinc Bar Nljtht ' First in Location. First in EfEciency. m --First in the hearts of its Stu dents. Our instructors have an average experience of 12 years. If you are interested in Civil Service it will pay you to enter oht new class now forming. -No Failures," Is the Motto of Our Teachers From 90 to 98 is the average attained by many. Over 1,000 Students Last Year. Ratcnt 6 month, day. S60; night, $30 35th Year. Tel. Lincoln 28. au27-tf United States College of Velcrmwy Surgeons Opens September 15th. Day and Evening Classes. Fear years course leading to the degree ot Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Collese equipped with every facility tor study and practical application ot Veteri nary subjects under trained professor. Study a crowing- profession In which there is a bic and Increasing demand tor practi tioners. H. Stanley Gamble, D. V. S Deanl Call or write far catalogue. 222 C Street N. W. I Wasnlngtoa. D. C. j au2a-m.w.f-19t j CJtVIL sKKVICJS hfct-F-lslKl)CTOK-. j rTlce. tz. rb&nJUAna, sji u si. -'. ". tshll-tf ' HOWABD UNIVERSITY. J. STANLEY'DUBKEE. A. M.. Ph. D.. President. EMMETT J. SCOTT. A M.. LL.D.. Secretary-Treasurer. Registration September 27 1919 Uni versity opena September :v, 131. For further information, address THE HOWARD UN1VKRSITT. Washington. O C. autS-JOt THE PEIRCE-ORME SCHOOL OF NATURAL EDUCATION Kindergarten & Primary Grades Rhythmic IJanclBK trench Opens Sept. 15th 6 Dapoat Circle. 1'hunr Kraakliw 35-1S. ACCOUNTANCY cVa. The highest paid profession taught tbor ugb!y in a few months of home study fcy new system, under ne guidance uiln. f. Aa. International Accountants Society. Franklin OJ9 618 Colorado BU.f. au!7-tf LAKE SCHOOL STEXOGRAt-HY AND TYrEWKlTINO Best Courses Individual Instruction. 4IT-J Southern Bldg Phone Main 7 m tnnSff-tr I The Catholic University of America Law. philosophy. letters nd science. elrlU mechanical, electrical, chemical and architectural enineerlnc. accountancy and business administration. Opening- of fall terra chanced to Septem ber 30. ADDRESS THE REGISTRAR. aslTftt DRn.T.EBT BUSINESS COIXEOE KK; cords twenty-Hve yers of noccemfnl teaching. Ask Dad, he knows. 15 Washington Montessori School Children's House. 3840 Kalorama ltd. Primary DepU 1525 .th St. CHILDREN 38 YEARS OF AGE Children carod for until 6 o'clock. Xleopens "th Year. Wed. Oct 1. 1919. Apply ANNE J- BLACKWOOD. Secretary. 1505 35tb SL N.W. '".est 3 IS s2-30t NY . r-; : ' - -" " M MHHHHBHHMMMMh i . m i DENY BIG ALIEN EXODUS IN 1918 Deploring the "hysteria that exists in relation to emigration," Anthony Caminettl, commissioner general of immigration, issued a statement to day showing that only 102,513 for eigners have left the m United States since the armistice and a total of only 123.522 during the twelve months ended June 30, 1919. For the five years ended June 30, 1919, 618,223 emigrants departed, as compared with 1,172.079 Immigrant arrivals for the same period, the statement points out, an excess of ar rivals over departures of 554,456. CHARGED WITH ROBBERY GETS. YEAR IN MIL Nicholas "Webb, charged with rob bing Mrs. Mercy Allen, at her home in Georgetown, was sentenced to a year in Jail by Judge John P. McMahon. jn the United States branch of Police Court, yesterday. Webb, it was alleged, entered the residence of Mrs. Allen, grabbed her by the throat and took $10 rom her. Prepare Now to help us meet the great and growing demand for Stenogra phers, Bookkeepers. Typists and Clerks. tf Unusual business activity pre sents unusual opportunities to youiuj men and young women to procure attractive positions. Early registration is requested. Stray ers Business College 6ta & P Streets, wasalagtoa, D. a. Fully Accredited by the National Association of Accredited Commer cial Schools. Branch School: Washington Business and Civil Service School 1317 New York A venae P. J. HARMAN, Principal. Phone Main 3430 or Main 4304. se-30t NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE & APPLIED ART FELIX MAHOMY, DIRECTOR 1505 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. Ope as October 1st. Day and Evening Classes Sead far Catalog.. Mala 1780 (Register Now.) Washington Business College POTEET WHTTMOBE, Preps. Shorthand, Typewriting. Bookkeepinc. Civi; Service a Specialty. fS2l O ST. X W. PHONE. MAIN 9171. teS'SOt Washington College of Law, Co-Educational. Twenty-fourth year opens September 21. at 7 p. m. TUITION. 7 PER ANNUM. Sessions at either ('SO or 6:30 p ta. Office hours, 10 to, 8:10. J 317 SBW YUKK AVS- Phons Mala tSIS auM.m EMERSON INSTITUTE Franklin 4463 1740 P St. N.W. DAT AND EVENING SCHOOL Fall semester opens for registra tion Sept. 10th, I9th New classes be ein in all subjects Sept. 17th. College Preparatory. Government Academies, U. S. Diplomatic and Consular Service. WINSLOW H. RANDOLPH. A. McD. CRA-WFORD, Principals Women's Department CLASSES BEGIN SCPT. 1TH Evening school only, prepares for colleges and professional schools. NOT CO-EDUCATIONAL seJ-Ut Georgetown University The Law School Session of 1910-1920 begins October 1. 1910. at 6:30 p. m. Law School Offices open dally from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for registration and consultation. uutiii J. fi:c;a'. m. a., i,l. b rh. d., ' Assistant Dean Crrtrpetorrn Lavr School Balldlnc, &00 L; at. ..W. Telephone 31. 72S0. e:-'',t riRST GK.'DE CU1I Serrlre examination for 'Ce..-.tui Office Octoi r IS: tuition .or ntlre course for this examination S3. THE Cl'IL. SKIT iCE PREPARATORY SCHOOL S E. cur i:th and F sts. Phon Franklin :050 Jyll-tf The New Georgetown Prepara tory School, Garrett Park, Md. Uoaruius school add country day liool for boys Opena Sept. If. 1313 Jesuit ays tern of education and tratnlns. New build ings on Rockvllle rd , Oarreu Park. Md. eight miles from White House Connected with Washington by H. Sc O. railroad and by Rockville nd Washington Street Ry. J-or further Information, address OFFICE OF HEAD MASTER, Georgetown Preparatory School, Garrett Park, Md. auSf.Itt ST. ALBANS The National Cathedral School for Boys Country Day and Boarding School. New . pen-sir school room for boys I to 10 ears of age. Reopens Wednesday, Sept. r4. 1913. Bishop of Washington. Presi dent Board or Trustees. William H. Church. Head Master. Phone Clev. 470. eel-SSt BANDITS TAKE TWO AMERICANS,REPORT The American embassy at Mexico City Is Investigating an unconfirmed report that two Americans, named Jones and Ferguson, of Tamplco. were captured b ybanditft. who blew up a train on the railroad between San Luis Potosi and Tampico. the State Department announced today. The information reached the department from -San Luis Potosi and was im mediately, communicated to the American cmbaany. OIHO LABOR FAVORS LEAGUE OF NATIONS CLEVELAND. Ohio. Sept. 2. Tho executive board of the State Federa tion of Labor was, on record today as favoring the adoption of the League of Nations a3 presented to. Congress I by President Wilson. George Washington University Chartered By Congress, 1821 Coeducational College Year Begins Septem ber 24 Arts and Sciences, .Engineering. Education. Medicine. Dentist,ry. Law. Pull day courses and late afternoon courses. . Over one hundred classes in all college and engineering subjects meet at 5:10 and 60 I. M. Catalogues and other Informa tion at 2023 Ci Street. Telephone Vet 1649. The Temple School Shorthand. Typewriting. Encllih. Civil service. 1417 G Street N. W. Phone Main 3258 ae33Ct Goazaga College High School Under Direction ot Jesuit Fathers. North Capitol and Eye Streets N XT. Military Drill under United States Army Officer. 98th Year commencii Monday Sept. IS. 1911. Send for Catalogue. an28-30t George Washington University LAW SCHOOL CO-EDCCATIONAT. j Bectns 65th Year Sept. 24. 10 10. Ueraber Association American Law Schools Strict standards. Instruction by most I approved methods. ilixtmum credit br f other law schools. Forenoon classes 3 to 11 win be resumed. Afternoon claases. 6:10 to 6:50. and op. tlonal early morning classes. 7:50 to 8:0. fpr employed students. Hours of Instruc tion especially advantageous to students In Government employ. aul8-6ft PREPARATION FOR UNIVERSITY. lan- i guages, mathematics, science: Civil Ser j1ce and consular examinations, both sexes; moderate. COLUMBIA UNIVER jSITT 8CHOOL. 907 11th ht. N 'lvt'li ! 2-frl.sa.su.mo-tf The Lad Gale-Barber School A hprclal 1 home and day school for young girls I from 7 to 16 years; special courses n music, fine and Industrial arts. 1814 Bel mont road N. W. North 6737. llary Oale Davi,. Pd M . Principal. se7.30t I1TI0H1L SCHOOL oJSOCKL RESEARCH Keguter .ow. CIasies Started. lay and evening courses to meet special needs of Federal emplojej as determined by surveys of -iducnticnal preferences Classes at 10 and 11a.m.:, 1,5. V. and 1p.m. . . , , .F.aSh Co0" Two Hours a Week. 1314 Mass. ave. N. W. Phone Main 540. War Camp Community Service Club 'BeBSaKBtSSBSBSSSMSaeBBSMMBtniBn. se3-sot MUSICAL Qwa8&8si8eoftoec808 Washington Conservatory of Music '1408 New Hampshire Ave., Adjoining Dupont Circle Augmented Faculty Primary Department For Children Special Terms of 20 for $20 Lessons Summer Rates Continued During September Franklin 4166 Catalogue on Request 9d9e03S9S3e99eo WASHINGTON ti-'i'.'in Conn. A.e COLLEGE a "-!Th OF MUSIC NOW OPEN TREE SCHOLARSHIPS Send for Kml Infurma'j.jn. s10-:ot OUT-OF-TOWN SCHOOLS A IRGINIA. Wills Brook Academy A modern horrm srhm . for children. Offars a thorough physical ; rnentsl, moral, military and musical train inc for college or business L'ndrr Chris tian masters located at th bnii of th Blut Rldfe, near Washington. D C Moil era equipment Healthful Srenery hu- i Mtul Va . Btuemont Address J C Beatty. Htad Master. II " i-M M I I DANNIE WARD, one of the few American ac tresses who went abroad to entertain Uncle Sam-'s doughboys. She is now appearing in Paris. f It S& it i IBBBBBBBKIbbbW '' tlLSik "!,;SSFi'lssslsssllssSB '4 i; F"jJriB" TlssBroMtlssssssslIsi f hHkLBHEBH ' BSSSSSSSSSlKs5lssflE&S01HI IBSSSSSsBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBSflM i&t Mmmiiiiiiiiii,iiiiiiiiiinirin,ffTr,liniMWiMiiii ml I I WTiil ADVERTISEMENT Society Women Use New Wrinkle Remover Since the discovery that a solution of ordinary saxolitc and witch haael has a peculiar effect upon wrinkled skins, it has been learned tht many prominent society women all over the country have used this simple home treatment with great success. The formula Is: powdered saxolitc, one ounce, dissolved in witch hazel, one half pint. Uso daily as a wash lotion. The beneficial action of this wash is felt at once. There's art agreeable refreshing sensation and feeling of exhilaration. Flabblness and all wrin kles are immediately affected, and the kin soon becomes firmer and more youthful looking. No woman need hesitate to get the ingredients at the drug store and make the rem edy herself, for there arq no harmful effects whatever. HOW DOOTOBS TREAT COLDS AND THE FLU First Stop in Treatment Is a Brisk Purgative With Calotabs, the PuriGed and Refined Calomel Tablets that arc Nausea less, Safe and Sure. Doctors have found by experience that no medicine for colds and influ enza can be depended upon for full effectiveness until the liver is made thoroughly active. That is why the first step In the treatment is the new. nausealess calomel tablet called Calotabs. and which arc free I from the ? icheninp; and wcakeninpr effects of the old style calomel. Doc tors also point out the fact that an active liver may co a lonp way to wards nrrventinc influenza and Is one of tiie most Important factors in enabling tho patient to successfully withstand an attack anil ward off pneumoyla. One t alotab on the tongue at bed time, with a. swallow of water that's Jl. No salts, no nausp.i nor the shcTrsyu interference with vour eatirnr. sie-aaure or work. Next morning y.iir cold has vanished, your liver is active, your system Is purified, and you are feeling fine, with a hearty appetite for break fast. Druggists sell Calotabs only in original sealed packages, price thirty five rents. Your monev will be cheerfully refunded if you do not find them delightful. tmXMEB EMM IUED BLOOO l'lir Kind that l'ute. Kosr Into the (hrekn of oni'-n nnd llrlpn f.lve Korrr, Strcnctli nnil ( ouriiRp to Men. n.OOfl.OOO people onp it nn n tonic. MtrrnKth and Mood-builder.. 1)1 prnneI U- nil Koor drusrclata. wainn, .11 IVH. I '1 . 1" - W "131 101 mnieMIUHIUl.JI. 2 I $2.75 Philadelphia And KKTl'RN War Tax -- Cents Additional $2.50 Chester And RKTl'RN War Tax JO iVnts Additional - S2.25 Wilmington l And RETrR.V fe Uar Tax IS Cen.-. Additional Sunday, September 14 Baltimore & Ohio R. R. .sp'i ial :ra!n u-ill Irave Va.sh . .ipi on 1'i.ion Station 7.0." a. in. lt luinit'S' loivo 1'Iladolphla 7:. 50 p. i.i aii: '-' Soe flyers. c i '"ontiu.t t c'.ihi .iK'-nt" & I . X ... t. t.OMUBi'ttbCXMM THE EAGLE AMERICAN-CHINESE RESTAURANT 316 Ninth St. N. W. Business Lunch 45c, 11 to 2 Dulj h'wrlal Dinner. 5:00 to 8 V. AX. ftonuay lilliner. 11:30 A. M. to o 1. If. Telephone Franklia 7714 This coming autumn, well we ween, Be she a shopgirl or a queen, If she would be of stylish mien. Each dame will don the gabardine. So say smart dressers of the screen. By MARGARET ROUE. LOS ANGELES, Sept. 12. Why go to Paris for your fashion hints, when In California you can so easily tell tho forecasts of the mode by the stars movie stars, of course whose film fashions picture the latest wrinkles evolved by French design ers almost oven before Parisiennes get on to them. Out In Hollywood, where the stars do move in their Universal orbits, to say nothing of Paramount, Pathe, and Goldwyn courses, the Paris decree has the cinema sanction that the 1019 model maid and matron will meet the first tang of autumn In garb of gabardine. This sounds so different from the Inevitable serge In which sheuias re pelled the first coolness of divers preceding falls. Yet so alike are serge and its first cousin, gabardine, and Its second cousin tricotine, that only a close scrutiny can distinguish these three twilled triplets apart But oh, what that subtle little difference docs mean to the fickle feminine! Though last year's serge frock be smart and chic, atill she will die of chagrin till she grabs a gabardine. Anvthlner to cet awav from the navy blue serge that has shown which way the fashionable autumn winds blew for so long a time. Though the gabardine does not surge far from Its family resemblance to serge, at least It is drawing the color line. With Joyous abandon. It abandons the blues and goes In strongly for all shades of tan and brown. In spite of, prohibi tion, fashion does seem to have a dark-brown taste, this fall. Of course, "blue will not be doffed completely, but It will run second to the brown shades this year even though it is guaranteed not to run. Gabardine of black, too, promises a dark future, even as our past has been dark with black satin all the summer. Many new touches differentiate the modish gabardine frock from Its rele gated relative, the serge of yester year. .Braid all ways and always will hind it and band it and run it round and round. Mamie hiay not be therejl with her hair In a braid, but her gab ardine frock will be braided enough to make up for the deficiency. Even the bottoms of the not-too-long - not - too - short - but-aways-f ull skirts are 'braid bound instead of hemmed. Braid finishes seams in seemingly fashjon. picks out pockets and outlines collars. Braided designs of lavish ornateness also ornament the more elaborate frocks, and frogs of braid, animating many a skirt and bodice, have jumped high Into fash able favor. Galloon galore, which after all is a sort of glorified braid, brightens with its dull gold the brown shaded gabardines particularly. The high light of a yoke or gulinpe of organdie or batiste adds a frivolous and softening touch arounr the face on the black or blue models, while batiste or net In ecru tone does the same for the tan, vbrown or henna models. $10,000 A DAY TO KEEP U. S. 'DRY' Palmer Tells Congress Laws Will Be Farce Without Ade quate Appropriation. Enforcement of national prohibition laws will cost the Government $10,000 a day. Attorney General Palmer has informed the House Appropriations Committee. In testimony before the committee. Palmer warned that the prohibition law would become a farce unless Con gress granted adequate appropriations for its enforcement. "If you are going to make a farce of prohibition, let it go. and let people do what they please," the Attorney General said, "but If you want me to enforce it I must have ammunition. I must be armed to do it." The greatest problem in liquor en forcement has been found to be In the big cities. Palmer said, the smaller places apparently obeying the law with little Government pressure. "For Instance, take this New York city situation." he said. "I sometime? think that New York not only doe not believe the country is dry now, but does not believe that it will over be dry. 1 cannot go much further in New York city, after the recent ar rests without additional funds." ORDERED TO SELL "JOY CAR." MILWAUKEE. Sept. 12. Because his wife testified that her husband used his automobile for joy rides with other women. Wardner Simpson was told by the court to sell the car and make up. He did. AMUSEMENTS SHUBERT-BELASCO Direction Messrs. Shubert. last :. TIMES GEE! THAT'S A GREAT SHOW!! PRESIDENT WILSON Would Enjoy A LIFETIME LAUGH If He Were Here to See "DOUBLE HARNESS" .NOT SIrK WASHINGTON CROSSED THE DELAWARE HAS A COMEDY 1IEE HO COMIC Ily Mnurlvr Mjii-Um nnd Kduard A. l'nulton One Week Htnrtlnir Monday Night GAUO CfOMIC OPERA CO. America Representative omlc Oprrn Organization With HANA SHIMOZUMI JEFFERSON DE ANGELIS and WILLIAM DANFORTH Chorus of 50 and Concert Orchestra GABARDIN SOWS WAY W I BLOWS BRONZE BAS-RELIEF GIVEN TO MERCIER NEW YORK, Sept. 12. One of the many gifts which Cardinal Me'rcler will carry back homo with him Is a bas-relief entitled "Belgium and Jesus Wept," the work of Onorlo Ruotolo, the New York sculptor whoso recently completed bust of the noted prelate, which he calls "The Prince of Sorrow," attracted world wide attention. Ruotolo completed the bas-relief for the special purpose of giving it to Cardinal Mercler. It is cast in bronze ana shows a pain-racked fig ure of Christ, weeping, with head turned aside. In the background a procession of bowed Belgian widows and orphans pass by, while above the figures hover the dark clouds of war. Tho young sculptor had intended to personally present the bronze to Car dinal Mercler. but a few days before the prelate arrived Ruotolo was stricken seriously ill and was forced AMUSEMENTS (TODAY'S BEST IK WASHINGTON'S m m CRAMIALL'S F ST. AT TENTH H Metropolitan X.AST TWO DAYS EUGENE O'BRIEN la the Crentcat Plctaxe Selsalclc Ever Made, "THE PERFECT LOVER" LARRY SEMON la "BETWEEN" THE ACTS." GROTTO OUTING NEWS SYMPHONY. Knickerbocker last DAY CATHERINE CALVERT in "The Career of Catherine Bush" COHEDY SY3IPHONY CURRENT EVENTS ll toEW's II PALACE - THEATERS 2 ONLY REMAIN OF THE SENSATIONAL PRESENTA TION OF AMERICA'S SCREEN CYCLONE DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN THE GREATEST TRIUMPH OF HIS CAREER 'HIS MAJESTY, THE AMERICAN' THE STUPENDOUS CAST INCLUDES - MARJORIE DAW, FRANK CA3IPEAC, SAM SOTHERN NOT JUST A PICTURE A SENSATION jlg zzzzzzzl 117,350 WASHINGTON1ANS TO DATE HA F. SEE MARY PICKFORD'S GREATEST SWEETEST First National Attraction LAST 2 DAYS SEE IT TODAY Oil PERHAPS NEVER POLI'S 5 Shows Dnllj 1, 3. 5. T30 & 030 oniea to Washington, bringing Youth. Loc. Springtime. Joj. Lnusutcr nnd Melody. Opening tir Ucixrlir S-ion at ifVf TW 'an' Etc. All k$JJjJLt$ Week t SO .fHLTliERX Mats. Thur. A. .tfrfRACriCWS Sar The Smart Mimical Comedy Prices EvenlnRB, 50c to SU.OO Mat.. ."50c to 51.3" DANCING satnrday Mcht From 8 to 12 iSc HCNT'S TLKASLRE PARK. Huntuvillc. Md., Ma W. R. & A. Trln. t-.-. 14th and N. Y. Ave. 7 :0S. 8:03. 0:05 P. M. IJ:M IteturnlnB 0:24. 11:30 p. M. 1:01 . M. Refreshments. GAYETY 9th below F St. JOE HURTIN Alt New Bowery Burlesquers With nil.LV FOSTER nnd Uii.i.1 r vraxK IIARCOURT. nACDAiI TODAY PHdCPHLI. 3:30 P. M. Washington vs. Detroit Downtown tlclcei oioce. oia Open from 8 SO a m. to 1 p. m. 14th st. LYCEUnfl2 BURLESQUE PACE MAKERS SMOKING PKILM1TTED I ir&'tiriisaireii IIIfEWPklBS to undergo aa abdominal, operation. A committee of Italian priests handl ed Cardinal Mercler the baarrelief. Ruotolo has executed many typea that have been pronounced excelleat by experts. MOST YANKS CAME HOME ON U. S. SHIPS s Eighty-five per cent of the troops returned from the A. E. F. came home -n United States vessels, the War De triment has anounced. British ships took to France 49 per cent of the A. IS. F. They brought back only 8 per cent. PROFIT SHARING WILL END U. S. UNREST, SAYS PERKINS NEW YORK, Sept. 12. Profit shar ing as a means of allaying the unrest now prevalent In American Indus tries was advocated here today by George W. Perkins in an address to the National Civic Federation. AMUSEMENTS I ATTRACTIONS! FOREMOST THEATERS COLUMBIA DAYS N ATIONAL"0. John Cort Offers Another Feast of Fun and Frir olity in the Musical Comedy . Sensation LISTEN LESTER With ADA MAH TVEEVS and New York Cast of 40 Starting Sunday Seat Selling ENORMOUS ATTRACTIOX MUSICAL GALLOP IX THBEE ID3ATS. EXTITLED l7J.t-.mi3B ft kN By fcdgar Allan Woolf. Music by Albert Von Tllzer. Lyrics by Neville Fluron. STAR CAST OP ESTABLISHED FAVORITES. INCLUDING WILLIAM E. MEEHAN MA RLE WITHER GEORGE MACKAY and th OQ MOST BEAUTIFUL RACING FANS IN THE WORLD 30 G SHUBERT WW ARRICA Last S Tiroes Tonight, S:Sa Mat. Tomorrow- MRS. WIGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH Next Week Kv'ry L'Jl Movement. An Avery Hopwood Farce. Everybody in Town Knows GREATER PENN GARDENS Penna. Ave. at 21st DANCING On Marble and Glass over Electric Lights to 2 of Thomas' Jardin Jazz Bands in the World's Moat Beautiful Gardens AVERK XIGHTS S:30 TO 12 One admission to all. Xo extras. -' ? D-A-N-C-E TOMOIIT AND EVERY NIGHT SSU&VSSii JAZZ ORCHESTRA Centra! to is:k oliseutn Pcmu.Ase.ilMialiiSi.I.W. -2 AMUSEMENTS MOORE'S IALT XI A. M. IIP. M. 9th St. at C, LAST 3 DAYS Scene Laid and Picture , Made In Washington CONSTANCE TrUMADGE IN A Tempera mental Wife Short Featdrot, QTertare MOORE'S 11 A. Mll P. 3L Hlatk Bet. D. ana B LAST S DATS George Loane Tucker's Para-mount-Artcraft Production The MIRACLE MAR SUPERPRODUCTIOlf SUPREME S MOORE'S trahD U A. H. 11 P. M. 8t SL a B. LAST S SATS ENID BENNETT TV . 4MV flpStepping Out A ParaaMMt Pletare Addc4 Fcatarea Overran -. NertWcck R MOORE'S 0 I A L T V MOORE'S IALT LI1EIY EEItllf, MIIIAM CHKI "EVAKGELINE," LONGFELLOW'S DRAMA-POEM A Superprqduction Extraordinary CHESAPEAKE BEACH (Washington's Only Salt Water Resort) The management desires to thank the Washingttra pablic for their generous patronage during the 1919 excursion season and to announce that this popular resort will dose on Sunday, September 14th. Until this date, all amuse ments, including free dancing, will remain open. This is the most delightful season of the year for an outing. Train schedule (leaving District line) to Friday inclusive, 9:15. 11 A. M.; 2:30, 5:4 P. M. SatHrday, 9:15, 11 A. M.; 2:30, 3:25 and 6 P. M. Sunday, 9:30, 11 A. M.; 2:30, 3:20, 4:45 P. 31. Phone Main 1128 for any additional in formation desired. B.F.KEITHS IS? DAILYiJ!SSUH.?!S.H0L,YS5ff-a? "WithVintf'-Tiiw U. S. GLEE CLUB WALTER C. KELLY Lillian TUzserald. Sinclair & Gasper. Ac Next Week Account rars.de Wed.. Mat at 5 p. m. Evening. S;15 p. m. Buy Now. lUnenal ot the KTr-l'opyIar 40-MILE WOOHLIBHT TRIPS Tuesdays and Fridays at 7 P. M. SEAMER CHARLES MACALESTE1 Leave" 7ta St. WSarf. Renad Trip r.Oc. Kvcrllent OInlnic Room Service Maalc. 'on SIT. VKn. ON Dally except Sunday, 10 A. M. ana 2:30 P. M. 1 CHEVY CHASE LAKE D-A-N-C-I-N-G Two Large Pavilions Orchestra Jazz Band m aHSflsBBBBBBBVafeBB JaBBBBBBBBWBlBBBflL. SSl v M "MsSBBBBslH8HHBr :'"J? J lK aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM ST ' .J P