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FOREWARNEI) IS FOREARMED if You Want Sunday Morning You Positively Have to Order It in Advance Notwithstanding the fact that thousands of additional copies were run off the big battery of presses last Sunday and the preceding Sunday, the entire editions were completely sold out before noon. There $hould Be an/Even Greater DemandFor Next Sundayfs Super-Newspaper Which Will Be Replete With Fascinating Features, Among Which Might Be Mentioned The Startling Story of Woodrow Wilson's Ingratitude to William F. McCombs, Who Brought About His Eleeon, In Next Sunday's Dramatic and Astounding Installment of "HOW I MADE WOODROW WILSON PRESIDENT" You will read these words, uttered by President-Elect Wilson to his campaign manager: "I wish it clearly understood that I owe you nothing. Remember that God ordained that I should be the next President of the United States. Neither you nor any other mortal or mortals could have prevented that." Who Painted the Mystery Portrait of George Washington That Hangs in the National Gallery Here? Art Critics Are Puzzled. Another "Eternal Triangle Case," Involving a Prominent Physician, Shocks Virginia. Flo Ziegfeld says the Woman Sheriff in Mrs. Borden Harri A m e r i a Beauties Montgomery County, n scusses Wo ,of Today Outnumber MotoeyCutmen'is Part in the Their Rivals of Other Md., Leads Midnight Reconstruction of Bel Days by 20 toL Raids on-Dens of Vice. gium. WILLIAM J. BURNS, New Chief of the United States Secret Service, Uses Psychology in Trailing Lawbreakers to Their Lairs. ARNOLD BENNETT, the distinguished English Novelist, Discusses the Folly of Laymen Attempting to Doctor Themselves When Ill. West Virginia Is Dance-Crazy and .the School Authorities Are Powerless. ,"MADAME MAETERLINCK" Continues Her Entrancing Story of "The Most Extraordi nary Romance of All History." That Half Million Dollar Comic Section in color. Editorial and City Life Section, Containing, Arthur Brisbane's Remarkable Discussion of a Subject Close to the Heart of Every Man and Woman. S a rcin for ' 'What Wrecks Mar Diploi c u It o r the- Saviour's Blood gen, Husband of Ger- Through Mistakes of Was Caught. aldine Farrar. Those Who Lost Her. Humorous Essays by Skillet Finn, Gene Fowler, Ed Streeter, and Roy K. Moulton. A Full Page of News Events Illustrated in Color.' A Reproduction of a Four-Colored Painting Which You Will Want to Frjame. Words and Music of "Julio," the Haunting Ar gentine Melody in the Score of "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse." It costs 50 cents at Music Stores. And, of course, news from all the world by cable, wireless and telegraph, with special emnphasis on hpelg ain the National. Capital an ~ar1 taes tgther with copeesve and authortaie sec y, IT ALL RESOLVES ITSELF INTO THIS: YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS NEXT SUNDAY MORNING'S TI&ThS ORDER IT TODAY. Says Oive. OR, MAy Never Helped Doctors say that olive oil in one of the bet thi in the world to bete In. may be true, but Zbttles are so emal you can't get in them. Olive el may proloug life but It mever helped a Gardn to live any lenger. They'd have been much better off if they'd stuck to water. Your wife goesIn to the kitchen and finds that the'bot tle of olive oil is gone from the e and she doesn't know whelers you're makin mayon. naise or kng a bat If ye bathed In olive on 'd be se greas that you'd ek. from @lig dow. Olive oil may be allright for lettuce and tomatoes, but who wants to .look like a salad? It's hard eneugh standing up In the bath tub new without hav. ing a let of elI on the bottem if It. Olive oil may be fine for nak ing mayonnaise, but nobody wants to bathe in it and have to scrub themselves with an egg beater. Dressing comes.after the bath. not with It. A weman wants bet maid to f I: the bath for her, net the eek. A busy man couldn't afford to bathe in olive oil. He'd waste too much time getting the cork out of the bottle. They say that olive oil Is ged for Complealns. If this is true thon the druggists ought to put it In the eomnpiezlons before they sell them. The Romans used to bathe in oil and they were a very healthy race. That's nothing, the Rus sians are healthy, too. Imagine your maid saying to you: "I'm sorry, madam, but you can't have an oil bath to $51 s.ie Ezeriun 2.0.,0 wa ~ NEW YORK SEEMT, SIPEE 16 Ssaisl Ture"It 'Praf Laves W~se.tea nature&? mid 6:.s0.. M.. Xetus kawe New Tech ":Sop. L. PennsylvaniaSystem The .t t....Dn,..wa, Reopening Tonight of the'Second Fleer Dining ioen for the season. Music .ad the usual Harvey servicie. During the summner extensive renovation was mnade-Gnd new r yeuiDland everything spic and spa. Oysters are en the amen. new direct fromn our select beds and ready for service a la Harvey. 9 Pea. Ave. at Eleventh St. Vue~. WIsY. sa... Doe Ie.. Uea Be aeefcial, but It a Sarin Any. day, we haven't an olive in the ye eulda' very well tell hie to ee a sose o1 pimentees. It's allright to start the day by bathing in olive oil, but what a greasy finish. Oil attracts dirtan if yon bathe in olive ce the maid would have to dust you off reg ularly with the rest of the fur nitr. .(Coepyriht. i921. rremier syndicate, iEe.) ALLIED TROOPS MAY BE SENT TO .EST HUNGARY New War Menace on Danube Created by Austro-Hun. garlan Controversy. my Interausnal News sertee. LONDON. Sept. 10.-Allied troops MAY be sent to West Hungary to pre vent an Austro-Hungarian war which would involve the "Little Entente,' it was reliably reported today. Hungary has sent a communication to the Allies, which, instead of amel lorating the situation. ~ added to the new war menace en lb Danube. "The Hungarian note has created the Impression that nothing but a display of force can induce the Hun garians to respect their treaty obli gatIons." mid the diplomatic corres pondent of the Daily Telegraph. "In the event that troops are re quired-and that is a contingency which can no longer be ignored Italy and CSecho-alovakla could fur aeh forces for the Allies." The trouble between Hungary and Austria date back to the treaty of ,Trianon which granted Austria ter Rory which Hungary refused to yield. a4Hungarian Irregulars crossed the Aus trian frontier and it waS reported that from a military movement the ctivities of the Hungarians were swinging toward the restoraticn of theI Hapsburgs. FEDERAL PROBE OF DRUG VESSEL PLOT UNDER WAY Offestale Expect Many Indict munts as Retult of N. Y. Narcotik Raid. r ftseaeSsmt News Servies. N19W TomK sept. 1.-A vigorous Feral Investigation was under way today Iate the plot to smuggle vast quantities at contraband drug, and Mquors Into this country which re sulted In a battle between Federal agents and sailors on board the Greek steamship Kisg Alexander and the sure of $1.000,000 worth of contraband. The Federal authorities belive that they already have evidence that will T ~th lit is now put at two. o ank J. Fitparik. narcotic divIsion, who committed sul. whip, teGreekvses fourth -fi oerSbb as MentinheaI misn and Members of the crew said that the .hlp's officer wag seen to dive over $000 Inhi clothing. Al b~t thirty of the 326 members of the benreleahe. It is believde tha l volve atle on the shi will re cover. Cot. 0. G. Ferrer, executive assist ant to the chief of the narcotic di vision headqares nWashington. of itztrik Fitzpatrick had ben sick and his friende said he had threatened suicide before. 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