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We Are Now Able to Su~ Ijghtnag motor Fuel to bete. New, Positive Treatment Sto Remove Hair or Fuzz (Beauty Notes) Women are fast learning the value of the use of delatone for removing hair or funz from face neck *or arms. A paste is made with some powdered 4elatone and water and spread on the CAMP FWEER UOSESTOMON Disriet gitipnal Guard Itopwot ed fy Cief of War Deslrt ment Militia Bureau. The eage instruetiom for select .d oicers agd enlisted .es of the Distriet et Clumbia National Guard. which has been conducted at Camp Bimm during the past week, will be osmed tomorroW moralni, according to aasaunceme ntu ade todaY by Gen eral Utephaa, commander of the or ganlsation. Shooting badges will be awarded at parade this afternoon to all men qualifying in marksmanship, and service medals also will be awarded at the same time. Maj. Gon. Jee Mal. Carter. chief of the Militia Bureau of the War De partment, with a number of his as sistants, inespecteed the camp yester day and observed the student offioers and men worklgg out a field problem while carrying full equipment and operating over rough terrain. The competition far place on the District of Columbia National Guard Rifle team and the District of Colun bla Civilian Rifle team, will begin at the camp tomnorrow morning, accord ing to announcement of Major La Garde. Government employes who cannot arrange to enter the morning tryout can enter before 2 p. m. YOUTHS ADMIT THDT OF 14 QTS. OF WHISKEY Sold Whiskey Stolen From. Pope DrgStore at Chesapake pAVh Tiler.TellPole. Three youthsl who were arrested yesterday, charred with grand lar ceny,' probably a}e figuring this morn ing that it isn't the initial cost, after all. tba*..cqunts." Ts e thrq boy eorge G Carnell, qoeneten. 435 welfth street north at: William Anu8kion, eighteen, 1447 6outh Carolina avenue southeast, and Alvin M. Dayhoff, nineteen, 1205. H ,steet northeast-onfessed to the Ptlee that tp ,h 44' obtained fuIr tet piartsof *htukey when they ?n te fd-the drug store of Harry S. Pope. 1319 H street northeast. They con fessed also that they sold the whis key among visitors at Chesapeake Beach for $10 to $18 a quart. Detectives Garrison, Harding and Dellamico, of the Ninth precinct. v.ho made the arrests, claim that after getting drunk at Chesa eake Becwh. the boys broke into a place at 1355 H street northeast and stole $75 and two watches. SUGAR FROM ARGENTINA BOUGHT ON U. S. ADVICE The 14,000 tons purchase of sugar from the Argentine was made by the Americab Trading Company by direc tion of the Department.of Justice am through representations by the State Department, the Department of Jul tice explaiqed today. The statement was made to correct Igpressions In the minds of Arged tine and other officials and persons' that the United States Government it self had made the purchase. The sugar so obtained will be dis tributed through Government agen cies to essential industries and con sumers. It was made clear that the American Trading Company itself made the purchase, although by di rection and through the co-operattoh of the United States authorities. MAN FALLS 300 FEET TO DEATH IN POTOMAC Falling more than $00 feet from t1e Aqueduct Bridge shortly before 11 o'clock this morning, a man was drowned in the Potomac River befo e aid could reach him, according ;o Seventh Precinct police. From papers found in his pockets after the recovery og the body he is believed to be Alexander Hepburn. 477 I street northwest. Inquiry in the neighborhood revealed a man of that name living there, but no one was in the house. The body was removed to George town Hospital and i to be placed in the morgue pending anl inquest. The man was neatly dressed and was about forty-five years old. ~WORK IWomen's house hold labors, ,at best, are tedious Iand wearing on the nerves. And there is a distinct, eye strain in any of thee many little things; that the housewife has to id about the home. woman who' feels the least is the one who )rrected eyesight.+ be corrected by expert .-where there is cony tical equipment, corn of optometrists who are -your eyesight can be r fitting of the proper hich are ground under ct observation *of the' Ibes for your eyes. E Optical Co. eA 14 9th Street At the NATIONAL, . Cowilg to the NeW Natial Theater Bunday afteraen at 3i p. a. Will be presatd' Er te drel time in Wash ingte; Uabet Meenes famaes'super phote "Ireland & ais h Ioe1 " M t of- "Ireland a Nation" iaim=ed to only two per formances each day. "Ireland a Natiob" has been describ ed by New York critics s "the sweet est Irish story ever told." Its beau tiful views and seen" of Ireland make it a travalogue and an instructive picture that will' be one of the maay brilliant features of the .l1-star Pro gram to be shown at the New Natio al Theater. EULA*CO. Rev. Dr. J. 8. Brouning of the St. John's Lutheran Church. in Newark. said at a private showing of "Some Wild Oats." held in that city, that he was sorry that he did not bring his son alosg to see the picture. "Some Wild Oats" will. be shown for seven days, starting not Sunday at the Shubert-Belaseo Theater. There will be a'special matiae& every after noon. for women only, and every night for women only from I to 9, and for men only every night from 9 toy 11 p. M. GARRICK. The attraction ate the Garrick for the full week beginsing next u'alday night at 8:30 o'clock will be the Gar riok Players in a brilliant dramatic version of May Tully's faaWous farce success. "Mary's Ankle," which proved such a tremendous success during its original run. The cast selected by the Garrick Players for' next week's pre sentation includes -Malcolm Fassett, Everett Butterfield. Anne Morrison. Amy Dennis, Edward Mackay and others. For the balance of the current week, the Garrick Players will con tinue to present "Parlor, Bedroom and Bath." B. F. KEITH'S. Harry Carroll and company in "Va rieties of 1920" will be the stellar feature of B. F. Keith's Theater bill next week. A large.company of pret ty girls and Broadway satellites sur rounds the 'star and eleven musical numbers develop all their accousliah ments. Other special Inclusions -will be Bert Errol "with the Tetrnaxini voice and enviable gowns; Jimmto Lucas with. bdauteous Francine aud company in "Vampires and Fools"; Kitner and Iteaney in "An Ocean Epi sode"; Claudia Coleman in "Feminine Types"; "An Artistic Treat" posing act; Dave Roth,- the Wheeler trio. "Topics of the Day" and the kino grams." COSMOS. The Lee Art Sextet, a delightful aggregation of six musical maids in a repertoire of pretty selections; the Oklahoma Four, a Western quartet, in a combination of roping, dancing and song, and Wayne, Marshall and Candy, In a big vaudeville, povelty, will be the outstatding :(estyr.s of next week's bill at the COs Ao The,. ter. Others will Include 1ka q id De Lure in a series of new dances; Frank Gabtly, in a novel act of ven triloquism; Watts and Ringold, In "The Blushing Bride and Groom." and Greer, Baggott and Freer, hat jug glers and boomeranr throwevs in. a breezy offering. Wallace Ield's pic ture; "Thei Dancin' Fool," wlyi 6-'the big added matinee attraction and the Sunshine comedy, "Monkey Business." a new Mutt and Jeff cartoon and the Pathe News will complete the pro gram. |AT THE RESORTS GLEN ECHO PARK. Amusements .that range from the thrills of the racing derby to the kid" dies' delight, the cprrousel, are on the dily program at Glen. Echo Park. Week nights dancing is featured, the best of orche. tras and best of floors being provided. For the Sunday vis itors another series of band concerts will be added to the program, and. as usual, no charge for admission to the resort will be made. CHESAPEAKE BEACH. The summer excursion season at Chesapeake Beach. the bay resort just an hour's ride from Washing ton, starts full awing this week. The full summer train schedule now is in effect. Those unable to spend the entire day at the resort may make the trip on the train leaving the District line daily, except Sat.urday and Sunday. at 6:30. Salt water bathing, free dancing, an eight-piece wild jazz orchestra, excellent Aish ing, boating, a gay boardwalk, su perfine cafe service. countless amusements and shady picnic grounds 'overlooking the wide bay are among the attractions. STEAMER ST.. JOHNS. The feature of the forty-mIle moon light-trip'on the Potomac being made by the steamer St. Johns every eyed-' ing at 7:15 p. in. except Saturday and Sunday is the free dancIng to a "jas" 'rchestra on all trips. CHEVY CHASE LAKE,.r Beautiful Chevy Chase Lake. for years the summer dancing rendesvous for Washingtonians, still rbtains its nopularity. Only a few weeks have nassed since the season's opening. iet the ground, have been a scene of mer vuaking every evening with crowds taxing the pavilions to their capacity. Anu small wonder It Is with Such mu ie as that which is furnished by the .aeyer D&vls orchetf6.--. MARSHALL HALL. Marshall Hall, the popular . r1ar resort, is affording thouspnds pleas ure with the many outdoor amuse ments. The steamer Charles Macal eAter makes three trips daily to Marshall Hall--1 . mn., 2:30 and 6:30 p. in-stopping at Mt. Vernon on the 10 a. in. anW 1:30 p. mn. tripe. GREAT FALA. PARK. Featuring a vatie musical pro gram at the afternoon apd evening concerts the Great Falls Ladies' Or cestra is growing in popularity as one of the major attractions at beau tiful Great Falls Park, where admis son, dancing and otl er amusemteits are free. Many outdor attractions are provided for the "kiddies." Fish ing, boating attract, many and the tennis courts are patronised by en thusiastic players. Ohlden'sOou rheaters Mvus OLfAN. "Blid Teuth," one of the meet de lightful phte- e the year, will be eestle as the principal altreed t fth e current week a C 's Metropolita Theater. Feremoet in the cast are Walter McGrail, Clara Morten. Leat rie Joy. Ora Oarow. "Suddy' Post, Joseph Swlekhard and Lee White. Supplementing the maler attraction is "All is a Dar" a now comedy star ing Naub Plasrd. bleat week at the Metropolitan will be notable for Srst Washington pro eensatipse of one of the most impres sive pietUr"s of the decade. "The Cheater." in which May Allison as the role in a magniaoeatly pleturlition of Henry Arthur Jone* oelebrated play "Judah." As an extra aded attraetion will be shown Sir Brnest Shaekleton's startling pictures of the meet hazar dous antarctic expedition ever under taken. released unler the title of "The Bottom of the World." KNICKERUOCKER, Owes Moore will be the pictured star of the bill in "A Desperate Horn," his . latest release, at Crandall's Kaekerboeker Theater today and to morrow. As an added program fea ture. the Hallroom Boys will be screened in a new comedy 'subject, "Four of a Kind." On Saturday only. Doris Kenyon will be the pictured star in a Aim version of Augustus Thomas' delight ful stage play, "The Harvest Moo.." which will be supplemented by a Mutt and Jef animated cartoon, the Vita graph comedy, "He Who Laugh' Last," and other noteworthy subsidi ary features. On Sunday and Monday of next week, the Knickerbocker will offer as its major attraction, "The Chester." with May Allison. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Miriam Cooper and Vin cent Serrano will be screened in "The Deep Purple." For Thursday and Friday is announced William Favor sham in "The Man Who Lost Him self. On Saturday only, Charles Ray will succeed to the stellar position in "Paris Green." PALACE. Wallace Reid will continue as the featured player at Loew's Palace Theater throughoot' the remaining days. of the eurrent week in "Sipk Abed." supplemented by Mack Sn nett's new comedy, "By Golly." For the full week beginning next Sunday afternoon, Loew's Palace Theater announces an extrbordinary engagement of Douglas Fairbanks, America's most dynamic screen fun maker, in his latest and greatest United Artists production. "The Molly oc ddle." "The Mollycoddle" is an interna tional love story, crammed with ro mantic interest, breathless adventure and perhaps the most thrilling action of Fairbanks' entire screen career. RIALTO. "The Yellow Typhoon." Anita Stew art's latest starring vehicle, is pre dented by the First National Exhibi tors at Moore's Rialto Theater all this week. It is taking Washington by storm, a -fact testified to by the ca pacity audiences attending every per formance, with thousands unfortu nately being turned away, due to the imdiossibility of 'obtaining 'eats. . For the coming week Moore's Rialto Theater announces the premier pre sentation in .Washington of the first of Allan Dwan's special productions to be, offered by the First National Exhititor's circuit, an adaption of another of Harold MacGrs.th's tales of thrilling adventure, love and quix otic bravery, under the title of "A Splendid Haxard." CRANDALL'1.. Emily Stevens. a niece and protege of Mrs. Minnie Maddern Fiske, will be the pictured star. of the bill at Crandall's Theater today in her latest and most engrossing photodrama, "The Sacred Flame." On Friday and Saturday. Wallace Reid will occupy the Crandall screen in "The Dub." The first three days of next week at Crandall's will be notable for the presentation of "For the Soul of Raf ael," in which Clara Kimball Young offers the most distinguished charac ter delineation of her career. Begin. ning Wednesday and continuing the foremost offering through Friday, Gladys Brockwell will hold the screen in "White Lies."' For the last day of the week. Charles Ray is announced in "The Girl Dodger." COLUMBIA. Seena Owen. comes to Loew's Co lumbia Theater for the final three days of this week, beginning today. ini "The House of Toy.," the story of a gamble in matrimony. The featured attraction at Loew's Columbia next Sunday and for the first four days of next wepk will be Robert Warwick. supported by Luis Wilson in "The City of Masks." The Columbia attraction for. the fnaal three days of next week, begin ning Thursday, will be Carlyle Black well, supported by Gloria Hope. George Hernande. and others in "The Third Woman," a brilliant social drama. GARDEN. Jack Lonldon wrote from persondl experience. He spent most of his life knocking about all parts of the world. He was a red-blooded man's man who lived a life ,of rugged adventure and had an extraordinary gift for writing about it, If he had never writteeq anything else his name would have g-one down in fame because he wrote "The Sea Wolf," one of the mos~t powerful stories ever crested, This story 'is *made to * atally liive in George Nelford's production of it, a Pafamount'-Arteraft special presented 'a' Moore's Garden Theater all this week the run closing Saturday. STRAND. That the management of Moore'b 8trend Theater made no mistake in continuing the double bill has been demonstrated by the capacity patron age in attendance every performance. With "Ideal," chamspion ladE swim mer and diver of the world, appearing in person in .a spectacular water nov olty' and as 'the film feature. Mary Ml Mfnter, in her lateet Realart produetion, "Nlurse Marjorie," an ex cellent two-hour entertainment is as sured. With the last show nexut Saturday night, the Strand will close its doors for the current season. After a com plete renovation and refurbishment f rm pit to dome, announeements will bemade in the usual manner as to date of reopening. 0. C. HALL, 0. A. R. CHIEF, ILL. SYRA@USU, N. Y., June 24-Daniel C. Mall, of Columbus, Ohio, national mem edorf the . R.,sebout to 11mefiee, Mea lillhers, Ne win rie SmA~A WOMAN SUES TRUST CO. FOR LEGACY INTERST' Mrs. Luy L. Bought.n Claims $4,000 Withheld When Prind pal Was Paid. Mrs. Lucy Lauck Houghton yester day filed suit against the Union Trust Company of the District, as executor and trustee of the estate of Robert B. Donaldson. for interest at the rate of six per cent per annum on $10,000 from September 3, 1913, the day of her marriage to February 21 last the day of the death of her mother, Mrs. Anna M. Donaldson. . Mrs. Houghton is the daughter of Mrs. Donaldson and under the terms of the will of her father Robert B. Donaldson. she was to have $10.000 at her marriage, which she said was paid her. Plaintiff, however, claims that the Interest due on the $10.000 from the date of her marriage to the death of her mother amounting to about $4,000 has been withheld from her by the executor. Mrs. Houghton says that the estate of her father amounts to approxi mately $185,000 and that the annual income thereform aggregates $8.251 and that there is no reason why she should not receive interest on her share of $10,000. Mrs. Boughton Is represented by attorneys Ellis, Fer guson and Colquitt. NOIRE DAME ALUMNAE SOCIETY HOLDS BANQUET The Alumnae Society of Notre Dame Academy held its annual ban quet last night at the convent of Notre Dame, North Capitol and 1 streets. An attractive musical pro gram preceded the banquet, and a reception in honor of the class of 1920 was held. An alto solo by Miss Katherine Fennell, and a violin solo by Miss Mil dred Garner were among the special features of the program. Miss Helen Crowley gave a reading. Among those present were the Rev. Paul R. Conniff, pres.dent of Gon zaga College; the Rev. Joseph A. Fink, the Rev. George A. Kelly, the Rev. Francis X. Cavanagh, the Rev. J. Charles Davey, the Rev. Arthur A. O'Leary. the Rev. John F. X. Murphy, of Georgetown University. CABLE BAN LIFTED. The Mexican Telegraph Company has announced the removal of all government censorship of cables, the Amei Ian embassy at Mexico City notified the State Department today. W Young Men Don't Get Bald Cuticura Does Much To Prevent It Dandruff, itching, scalp irritation, etc.,point to an unhealthy condition of the scalp, which leads to thin, falling hair and premature bald ness. Frequent shampoos with Cuticura Soap and hot water do much to prevent such a condition, especially If p receded by a gentle anointing with Cuticu ra Ointment to spots of dandruff and itching. *.F.KEITHS'SiI "REAL THRILLS"- Hrald The oeeht lime. la Tewn. EXCUJRSIONS. GO TO d~OLONIAL BEACH yle semmqn Motor 1,i4e. Leave Wash. I nT1a mand 4:30 p. mevery i 'le rip every stra hours to oeak. New excursion rate aone way- 3.31 round trip. S o'clock (rp o ra evrySaturday now In rapton los t regular echedule, a for hirto pscV r neumti~ tred oet Seetland, Colonial Deesh and all og aslons. 'Phone Main S7BO for informa ti. -- Af A DLA@ E OFA TONYS" REID DOUGLAS FAIRIAI S C Loti.'.i "HOUSE OF TOYS" Wi 5.... Ow. .. ROBERT WA W= Ui"NEXT WEEKy . . RIALTO... irne AT 0 "A SPLENDID HAZARD" By uAnut NUATI AN ALAN DWAN PRQODLK7TO FEATURING HENRY B. WALTHALL A RRSTNAT)QIMA.ATRACTIN See Your Baby in Movies All Films Taken Durins BABY SHQW Are Shown in. C..Jnnetisn With "THE HOUSE WITHOUT CHILDREN" The Great Eduectiemal Drama. Mtion Pietare. Taken Fre0 Dally .tS P. N . Prat et 'he.tei ad Shown insd. ATIONAL "a|t. |t*.s AN.""0 cEliookp2 "THE MIKADO" PRICES: "= | :."a ilo Starting Pon. Mat.. 31 Eventg. 8.11 IEELAUI-A NATION gUPER-PUOTOPLAY IMARSHALL HALL "On the Historic Potomaeo." FREE DANCING Zoisn Dinin Ro m Saue eS st...er chnd pat -...a R a?. 4t . wtaharf at 10:0 a. in. 1: an 4 . reat We rk--Mat. od ay, t:30 PARLOR, BEDRRJOM and lATH "Eeve, Lmaghte* anid Lingerta," eNUSRWFTGARRSOK P at 7th ' Next week Deg. Sunday "Uary'u Ankle" NO LONG-STANDING CAR REDEE Hiome Early-Detfghtfally Cool D A NCING EWUT WE IT--UAIU P - i OPM All-TO MilSt lBll GREATER PENR SARDEI NBEA. L AVE. AT Iet. L.W. Ameress Meet Obarmlag Sardns AMUS -N ANC Great Falls Park 7. ADISEiOW. me S T N i 'U A. 3.-.asg &A MAT ...G "IDE in e lapeiJuer W.Ar Neueli, AMATEUB SIMMI.I NIghtiy I P. Moday N N1-PAUL CHRISM Tosday N h-ALBERT LYMA Wedaaaday Nk-FMAN LV Thura. N RANKLIN LA V4 Friday N OHN L. ABEND St. Night-ELIZABETH B. SM Monday Night-EDGAR ENGLE, Tuesday Nighs-JOHN FITZGER, Wadasaday Night-JOHN SULLI SEAL IATDIE-LADIES ( Creed nelt AMWissngO For Tem (er Chpplab bs.Ofu .~ II WiplqI Thi. ce.as D~iest br Appi--B PHOTOPLAY MARY MILE In an Adaptation of Ierael "NURSE M TOIAT'S BEST II WASHINTO'S 'ME mumauLL $ METR LEiT R fI "BULND A p''I ILLIA sNum POLLARD IN A NIP PATNE NEWS-OVER'EURI Us $ vu saws au KMEMY L I E~tM NICKER TODAY--BEoINNINC OWEN A In "A DESPEI THU NALLROOU BOY! 11 owni a~lT2!!! [IALTO-! NI*? AV a 11 a. mn-Last 3 Daya--11 V. m. First National Exhibitors Present ANITA STEWART In the Greatest Dual-Role Per formance Ever Seen. "THE YELLOW TYPHOON" From the Story by NAOLI MMIRATE NINTH. BET. D A N 11 A. 3.-AL WEEK-11 P.3M. Jessie L. Lasky Present GEORGE H.NMELFORD'S Production F "THE SEA WOLF -By JACK LOI00I with An-staw Cast A Paramount-Artoreft Special Chesapeake Reach. On BeautIfat Chesapeake Bay WASHINGTON'S ONLY SALT WATER RESORT FREE DANCING ND p. N P ON ' AL" IP.M, ?P. M.,. .M.e Ms m l1.1 U1EST X. Qhm *USTAfl UN IUIIU rosayg N, 20d St. N. W. f, 732 Hobart Place N. W. TZ, 1422 Madison Ae N. W.. RREE, 1215 Eeerson St. N.W. SCHEIN, 400 12th St. S. W. ITH, 2311 1st St. N. W. 3414 Cambrige Pk" N. W. ILD, 322 A $t. N. E. /AN, 1510 31at St. N. W. IT--THURSDAY, 3 P. I. Ia, hil Was, s=Iiuy. Je U,.7F.M. FEATRE' 5 MINTER t'. ill' Stage Sucesse ARJORIE" ITTACTIONS FST. AT TEUT 'OLITA N !H DAYS FOUTH" V. HIT "ALL IN A DAY" 0-AiOPIC3 OF THE DAY BOCKER 1 AT a:S P. I. OORE LATE HERO" I "FOUR OF A KIND.' MAY ALLISON In the Title Role of the M f ,1 Film Version of H Arthur Jones' Great P "Judah," Presented on I Screen as THE CHEATER. As Absorbing as *The Miracle ait it Depicts, WIh a Toch Heart and Freq ut Flashes o Humor. ---EXTRA Sir Ermest Shackhise's Thrilling Antartic Adventues at the BOTTOM OF THE WORLD WALL NEXT WEEKM AT CRANDALL'S____ VMETROP0 TANJ sbhUB~f-BELAa0 "*", Tomight SUS-Nat. Sat. 2:2W SEE ONE OF NEXT SEASON F. Ray Ceee ad Merrie Gest "TheCAVEBIRL" =" md n"'Peiav a Commeneing Next Suaday at 1 3aw. 1m.