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^^^2 4 th Birthday
V Party Sale
1,890 Fme Winter Weiffct
m Worsted Shirts and Drawers %
;, I 95c garment
B | 3 Suit* for S5.50~] H
Money'? Worth or Money Back U
%D. J. Kaufman, Inc.M
1005-7 Pa. Ave. '
616 17th St.
s ROB DYING MAN
f ^ \ TO BUY SWEETS
yf tJ CHICAGO, Sept. 22.?Three youth*
Jo^n Gurgo, Joseph Sincula and Ml?
(\r>v| i 7 chael Wojzl*?today confessed they
gglL^ had robb?d a dftng man of $5 to buy
jy * V^4y candy and Ice cream fof themselves
1 f an<* their chums.
\V** Charles Lawrence, 50 years old,
Mjf/sZ \ had secured liquor in which wood al\
\ c?hol predominated. The boys say
\ they "trailed" him until he fell unSi!
T conscious and dying. Then they
^^19 \ pounced'upon him and robbed him.
/ J ) Yfl/J W/flJi \ Lawrence was dead when the police
if y / \j//>)(((C\\ \ arrived.
\ )\/ y^Y( LOCAL MENTION.
\ \ V\M II ) Established 1880.
_ I EYES EXAMINED FOR GLASSES.
Cuticnra Is Wonderful claflin optical co.
_^ __ If ? I 907 * Str**t N. W.
I* Or I OUT Hair I Summer Rates?Stag Hotel.
? . ??? >th??T rami, u wa*ktj; 110 rami
ai nttrtn? rob ?poU cd dandruff and ? r)om, with .bower. toilet lad twitching
with Cuticura Ointment. Jvext ,torT. in w* ntra two la a noa.
morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap ???
and hot water. Thia cleanses the acalp
VCdiewa Joap iWtw witloataoi. BY SEA
? Boston $30?Providence $27
war tax *% additional.
v w j i i j 'meals and stateroom accommodations
on steamer included.
^ "t7^ leave raltimore fri., 4 p. m.
w. v nre boston mon., a. m.
BnrNnf!?|i I f _ \ B * leave boston ti er . 5 p. m.
uuksmpmpibmst^ di e baltimore fri.. 7 a. m.
leave baltimore mon., 4 p. m.
* btiid'i'fl'f^ii t?i'vj dre providence... thurr.. t a. m.
leave providence... fri., 6 p. m.
% - *>ue baltimore sun.. p. m.
?' during month of october.
1 full information on request.
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.
Kidney and Bladder """' ~
Troubles Conquered f Washington-Baltimore Craise
<u Sailing* Monday. Wednesday and Batfir
Mnnpv Rank ^i&sjt^ssssijur.
U I III U II U I U C U ft trip. Call Main 746 for rsservationa.
S_ Paia. Dept., M. D. & . Hwy. Co.
For. forty yearn, said Dr. Carey, 1 ^^^___^.?
hare been prescribing Marsh root tot
kidneys sod bladder sickness and now
that I hare retired from active practice [ ^ ^ mm _?
I have made arrangtmenta with lending ?iff I fl IMP
drugglata to dispense this' wonderful A] If ^K\ L U IIIV J
prescription at a moderate price, on the I www
money back if dissatisfied plan. i
Beware of kidney disease?thousands llADflUHfi
die of It erery year who ought to be ilvRIVIllO
cojoytrg the bleaslacs of life and health. ... i fir ? a n .
Watch the symptom- If you har, .peck. LHimOII<lS> Watches, JewellT
floating before the eyes, puffy eyes, q_?.u j u- , ' B '
clammy feet or moiat Dalms. harksrh# oOUtll fc.nd OI Highway Bridge
or sideache. you ought to get a bottle
of Dr. Carey'a Ma rub root right away. ,
It baa wonderfully benefited tena oi ??s
rsrji t;r d^ti:le ^n
d.pcod opoo. Reaulta a PI.
NOTE-Dr. Daniel O. Caroy wa. . Plates Repaired While J1 CA
practicing physician for many yeara and Xou * '
hia great Prescription. Marsiiroot. aided ?^n,* and Porcelain
thon-ands of su!fe-fcrs from kidney and Work. Painless ExtractiDna
bladder trouble*. Hereafter you can 3UT 7fh Qf Oppoaite \
always get this effectire Prescription ' Ul ^ * Saks. j
at Peoples Drug Stoiw* and all rellabto
pharmacists the roaatry OTer. Keep la * ???????????
mind the same. Dr. Carey's Marsh root ?????????
prescription No. TFT. No other modi- ! #V
cine eaa take its place.?Ade. LRUk ?Tj^TW?T^O
HEALTH TESTS . ^ ??T.r
Why do is?s companies B1 Jgjjam/ * "?reqdre
arme analysis before i I
bee?m wmm detects jLjj^Qnality Hardware Co.
awy*. ?^e? im the most in- ?37H r st. x. w.
I dpseat stage. UNION SHOE FINDINGS CO.
h is not noccniry to wait ?nt?1 .121a m st. n. w.
jom are feeHng bad to know that ??i?
yow fjrstem ia out of order. ^
Cotnakation free. f
The Natisnal Laboratories II fl I
Qn^rta BarterieWfbb H . . ^
_ . w Only th? SattM- Orarfa
1313 H Shot Wwthweat Ordar How for Pr.mpt
- - d?n??nf
; 1?J w B. J. Werner
^ HERALD WANT ADS ? ?"" 912 Nn Yark Ave.
F at Fourteenth
You'll Enjoy Breeskin's Solos
E?swj ercsiif Daniel Bree^ia readers these wonderfnl
i! m1?* ?f to?at Diner?6:30 sad 7:30.
Is* caa't hear this artist to Utter adraatage thaa
wUa yoa an disisf. .
ij Drop in these cool evenings after the theater?for a
? dance or two?and a bite to eat. Ebbitt scrvice and Breeslun I
? Aafsst GoHperi Masager
INCREASE OF BOYS
BY JOBLESS DAYS
< i \
High Schools Again Filled
With Lads Lured Away
.By Pay Envelopes.
Unemployment Is adding to the enrollment
of District of Columbia
schools. Assistant Superintendent
8. E. Kramer said yesterday.
Mr. Kramer said that many young
men who left school for work last
year are returning now, on account
of lack of work.
Enrollment at McKlnley High
School yesterday showed a Jump
from 978 on the same day last year
to 1.4IS this year. The McKlnley
gain outdistances the increase of
any other high school In the city.
Business High shows the smallest
increase, according to the latest figurea.
The enrollment is 1,203. as
compared with 1,139 for last year.
The latest figures on the enrollment
of the other high schools are Eastern,
827; Western, 822; McKlnley,
1,46?; Central, 2,867; Armstrong.
790; Dunbar. 1,395; Columbia Junior,
583; Shaw, 359.
Maaaal Tralalag Iieresie.
The increase In those taking manual
training courses, school officials
say, is due partly to a general belief
in greater opportunity for boys
with mechanical training.
The total enrollment of the
schools, as shown yesterday, aggregates
60,383, as compared with. 57,480
for the same day last year, a
gain for the year of almost 3,000.
The opening of night schools on
October 3 is expected to add several
thousand more. Night schools
this year, school officials said yesterday,
will be forced to limit pupils,
on account of the small appropriation
"First come, first served," will
be the policy. When accommodations
are exhausted, remaining applicants
will be unable to gain admission.
Fee for Traaaleata.
No action has been taken on the
proposal to charge a fee. returnable
to night students, at the expiration
of the term, to those who
have been bona fide attendants. The
object of the proposal was break
up "the transient student" practice.
Seventeen local and two general
school community centers will be
opened for the fall term on Saturday,
October 1. The l*?nwood
center will not he opened until
November 1. The Margaret Wilson
center at the Oroevr Cleveland
School will be closed permanently
and the funds diverted to other
center at the Grover Cleveland
in in more demand.
The school centers will extend
their activities this year, says Mis*
Cecil B. Norton. All of the centers,
it is announced, will take part
in the "Boys Achievement" work
launched by The Herald. A questionnaire
has been sent to all of
the upper-grade pupils to obtain
n t.he work- and ? similar
questionnaire will be sent to first
and second year high school gtudents.
| A permanent community center
I has been established. Miss Norton
announced, at the Ludlow School.'
I Sixth and O streets northeast, to
a' the Trinldad Community
Onter. The secretary will
be Harold Allen.
HOLD 3 SERGEANTS
ON RUM -CHARGES
SrT"Ir T??' 2?.?Edward
?T C?r"?1'- and Edward
Mitchell, detective eergeants, . are
charged with conspiracy to violate
the prohibition law in warrants is5?"
t0d,y Th->' are charged
with the attempted extortion of Hi..
Two hundred and fifteen cases of
whisky are said to have been trtfhsferred
last night from one warehouse
?o another. The booze had been
loaded on a truck when the three detective
sergeants representing themselves
as revenue men. said thev
would not permit the transfer unless
$12,000 was forthcoming. When the
demand waj refused they seized the
shipment, loading 140 caaes Into another
truck, which they later divided
WHY WEAK NERVES
AND THIN WATERY
CAUSE SUCH GREAT PHYSICAL
WEAKNESS AND MAKE
ONE AN EASY PREY TO A
MULTITUDE OF DANGEROUS
Every human beta, I. bora with a certain
quantity of "nerve force"?Mm. with more
Your body normally makes or venerate*
nerre force only about bo faat.i and If
through overwork, woiV. constant nervous
train or other excesses, you use up your
nerTev force faster than your body makes
new nerre force, then your nerre power
becomes weakened, and as a consequence
your blood may become this, pale, and
watery, and you become feeble, cross, and
irritable. In Such a state you may not only
suffer terrible tortures from a multitude of
alarming symptoms, but in your greatly
weakened condition you are an easy prey for
the multitude of danserous germs with
which ydu must come in almost dally contsct,
and you may therefore easily contract
ome dangerous or eren fatal disease.
Ia such cases you should Immediately take
something to rerltalise your woraout, exhausted
nerres and create new nerre force.
This la most effectively accomplished by the
of Nuxated Iron. This raluable
product quickly aids la enriching the blood
and thereby helps It to furnish an additional
epply of new nerre force with which to
rerltalise and regenerate the braia and nerre
cella. It also contains a product which repr*seBtB
the principal chemical constituent
'* sctirs living nerre force in a form most
Mlrly silled to that In. the nerre and brain
cells of man. Nazated Iron may therefore
be said to be both a blood aad a nerre food
J* " fyjl1'*" ,tre**th-giring organic Iron
to the*blood and the most Important element
of the nerro-vital -fluid to the aerres.
The effect of Nuxated Iron In cases of exhausted
nerre force and improrerished blood
' *? remsrkable and surprising that it
often increases the strength aad iitoiM
of weak, nervous. "ru4iowa" men and women
la two weeks' time. In fact, the auiaafacturers
guarantee satisfactory results to
erery purchaser or they will refund your
Ninrated Iron ia for sals hy all
Named to Post
Of D. C Engineer
Harris A Ewiag.
COL. CHARLES KELLER
Who was VHtaM Ewlam
(ounluloMr of the District
7?trr<ar to mm* f'oi.
Charles W. Kats, whs has held
<he (Hee (or the past six rears.'
Forecast far Mar a>< Tuaornir,
For th? District I (^(i ^
of Columbia. Vlr- f / \ ^
glnia and Mary- '
land, fair today
and tomorrow; no
chance In tern- U ||^l|l|tftfjShjr
perature: moder- .IBM||bI
ate to fresh (J^||||l(|jf|||||]
southwest and ^
west winds. ^"* C-lj
Midnight..... 67 12 noon 80
* a. m 67 2 p. m 81
? a. m 66 4 p. 82
6 a. m 65 6 p. 78
8 a. m 68 8 p. 72
10 a. m 75 1? p.
Highest. 8i. Lowest. 65.
Relative humility: 8 a. m.. 77;
2 p. m? 30; 8 p. m , 63.
Rainfall (8 p. m. to 8 p. m.). 40.
Hours of sunshine. 12.2.
Per cent of possible sunshine,
Depsrtaree frem Normal.
Accumulated excess of temperature
since January 1, 1921. 1015.
Excess of temperature since September
1, 1921, 166.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
since January 1, 1921,
Deficiency of precipitation since
September 1. 1921. .27.
? Temperature same date last year
?Highest. 76; lowest. 52.
./High tide. 11:57 a. m., 2 ft. 5 In.
I-ow tide. 6:30 a. m. 1 in.; 6:29
p. m., 2 In.
Sun Uses, 5:56 a. m.. set* 5:10
Moon rises 10:17 a. m.. seta 11:58
Potomac and Shenandoah Rivera
IVoth muddy at Harpers Ferry yesterday
S p. m. fall.
Ashbury Park. N. J. 82 72 0 .02
Asheville, N. q 80 6*
Atlanta, Qa 86 82
Atlantic Clty.N.J... 82 72 0.34
Baltimore, Md 82 76 0.02
Bismarck. N. D?k . 70 64 ....
Boston, Mass 82 72 0.46
Buffalo, N. Y 72 70 ....
Chicago, III 82 78
Cincinnati. Ohio ... 80 72 ....
Cheyenne. Wyo ... 78 74 ....
Cleveland. Ohio ... 80 72 ....
Davenport. Iowa .'. 84 74
Denver. Colo 84 7* ....
Des Moines, Iowa . 88 76 ....
Detroit, Mich 80 74 ....
Duluth. Minn 66 58 ....
B1 Paso. Tex 86 84 ....
Oalveston. Tex ... 86 82 ....
Helena, Mont .... 66 64 0.44
Indianapolis, Ind .. 80 72
Jacksonville. Fla . 86 80
Kansas City, Mo .. 82 78
Little Rock, Ark .. 94 86 ....
Los Angeles. Cal .. 78 70 ....
Louisville, Ky .... 80 76 ....
Marquette. Mich .. 74 60 ....
Memphis, Tenn .... 90 88 ....
Miami, Fla ....... 86 82 ....
Mobile, Ala 94 84 ....
New Orleans, La . 90 84 ....
New York, N. Y... 80 72 0.12
North Platte. Nebr 84 72
Omaha. Nebr 82 78
Philadelphia, Pa .. 82 74 0.20
Phoenix. Aria 94 88
Pittsburgh, Pa ... 76 70 ..
Portland. Me ,\ 80 70 0.38
Portland, Oreg .... 66 64 ....
Salt Lake Clty.Utah 86 82 ....
St. Louis, Mo 88 84 ....
St. Paul, Minn .... 68 64 ....
Ran Antonio, Tex .. 92 86 ....
San Diego. Cal 68 66 ....
San Francisco, Cal. 72 66 ....
Seattle, Wash 62 58
Springfield, 111 ... ,v 86 76
Tampa, Fla 92 84. ....
Toledo, Ohio 80 74 ..
Vlcksburg. Miss .. 92 88 ...!
FUNERAL MONDA Y
OF J. W. DORSEY
FuneAl services for .fames W. Doraey,
820 D street northeast, who was
killed In the Brabaxftt-sur-Meuse offensive.
October. 26. 1918, while serving
with the 129th Field Signal Battalion,
will be held Monday morning
at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Dorsey's
body will arrive today. Interment
will be In Arlington National
Private Dorsey waa bom In this
city October 14, 18*8. He waa a
graduate of Go n saga College and
waa one of the first men to volunteer
for service. He received the Distinguished
Service Crosa far bravery
Private Dorsey la survived by his
parents, a brother. Joseph, and two
sisters. Elisabeth and Helene.
Two Bootleggers Fined.
Melvla Cassldy, charred with unlawfully
possessing and having
liquor for aale, yesterday pleaded
guilty and was fined $110 before
Police Judge McMahon. William
H. Sims, colored, withdrew hla plea
of not guilty and his demand for
a Jury trial and waa fined ISO for
sailing one-half Dint of Intoxicant.
NEW D.C ENGINEER
FIRM BELIEVER OF
OPEN DOOR POLICY
Col. Charles Keller Invites
Advice pit Prob
I . lems of Office.
Announcement of an "open door**
policy wai made yesterduV by Col.
Charleg Keller, newly appointed
District engineer Commissioner, who
termed himself a "good listener"
and declared his Intention of skin*
the counsel of authoritative advisors
before acting on some of the
Perplexing: civic problems which
will require his Immediate attention.
Col. Keller was appointed yesterday
by President Hard'ng to succeed
Col. Charles W. Kuts, who beWn
his duties in that capacity on
October 31, If 14. Confirmation of
the appointment by the Senate is
unnecessary so Col. Keller will assume
his new duties as soon a* his
successor is appointed, probably
early next week.
Faees Big PrtMrais.
Arrangement of depreciation rates
for the public utilities and conduct
of the building: program already
started will be some of the
problems which will face the new
Commissioner, who will be chairman
of the Public Utilities Commission.
almost as soon as he enters
upon his new task.
Depreciation rates will receive
his special attention. Col. Keller
*ald yesterday, when he stated that
he believed the problem offered the
Public Utiiit'es Commission were of
vital Importance to the welfare of
Discussing the numerous building
and improvement projects either
recommended or being- realised. Col.
Keller said that he was well enough
acquainted with the wishes of the
District cltlsens to appreciate the
need of their fulfillment and he
hoped to be able to cater to every
proposition which would add to the
happiness and convenience of
Open for isffestlei.
j 'I will always be In a receptive
mood to hear suggestions and requests
of the public which * have
been assigned to serve. Their
every wish will receive rny hlgTie-st
regard." said the Capital's newrUJ,'F
after hi* appointment
In addition to numerous Important
eniHneerlng feat, accomplished
alnce hla graduation from the
United State, Military Academy
thirty-one year* ago. Col. Keller
was awarded the Distinguished
Jefvlce Medal and elected to the
French I.eglon of Honor for hla
aervlcea durng the war Vie directed
military engineering and
| engineer supplies and waa deputy
chief of engineer, of the A. E. F\
Col. Keller's dude. In the office
of the chief of engineers Included
supervl.lon of papera and reporta
dealing with the District water
supply system. Improvement of the
Potomac and Anacnstla river., and
river fronts, memorial, and Federal
projects, so that hla recent assignment
ha. fitted him In some degree
for his new duties. He re?ldes
at 1 ?54 Kalorama road
I-Md Kata'a Wnk.
wM,"ret the lo" of Co'- Charlea
Wlllauer Kuta aa a city head waa
expressed by his fellow Commissioners.
Walter C. Allen, executive
secretary of the Public Utilities
Commission, and practlcaly all of
the Diatrict employes, who have
been as.oclated with htm during hla
unu.ually long term.
Col. Kutx has been* Engineer
Commissioner of the Diatrict alnce
October II. 1?14. with the exception
of a year during the war when
he served in France, -being promoted
to the rank of brigadier"
general. In relieving Col. Kuta.
SecreUry of War "Weeka landed
his work as "eminently satisfactory"
and explained that he was
now needed for other duty devolving
upon the Engineer Corps.
Institution of the Public Utilities
Commission. application of the
assumption of garbage.
,tr"h collections, and
building of Central. Eastern and
Dunbar High Schools and Gallinger
the K.T ?ogplU1 h?v* marked
Intn m administration. He came
Into office Juat after the creation
an* hi - u UUI,U?* Commission
ton J" , K,rk " lu cl>alrman ha.
won enviable praise.
?r,,M h?l"? Retiring Chief.
Commissioner James F. Oy.trr
Who has titled the retiring com-'
Umoormr "Graenr 'rrr alnce his
temporary promotion during the
* I am certainly sorry
We*htv?e- If".11 Ieave th* offlce.
Tknow .7?. kM we" ?o*'ther and
m.n rh V We WU1 *? ?'? the
2uv E.t? k." hU Parson*
allty into his work and made auch
a success of It. He has all of the
b^nea.?fatthh. U"lltlM commission
business at his finger tips but our
g.".?wlu * the C
th!T. ,en menU and declared
h.V hi 0uJ*O'n* Commlasloner
t? .* "J" clty h**<L
declared that he had
Cnmmi i jamc* aa District
that Col. Keller would be a cap"bJ?
"iCC*r?r- Col. George Hoffman
of the Engineer Corps will
STASf ? ?
Assignment of Col. Kutt to a'
SZ K" WIIi. 1ot 64 ?"*?> ??"'
Gen. Beach, chief of engineers, rrGem
Harry Taylor, acting cfclef
of engines ra, said laat night.
HA**? p <*?>??'?. ws?.
" Th. Plj?outh.
H k>T*< hasbaad of Asst.
raaeral ?Trio at Hjaoac Mertn.ry. 1300
LhTLZ? 1- *-> "?? k*^wnTIT?
wan. at Ban. hastssi. COMMAND* II
V9~?*.'tg ^ late Loul. B. aad
0. *ax?eM. at It. Paul. Mlna.
raaeral at the (rave. ArHagtea Ceawtery.
ay. ?, Ittl. it 3 , a.
? Appropriate Funerhl Token.
Gode gfo?- Co. |214 F St
MINE ONION CHIEF
1 FOR RADICALISM
Fireworks Started at Labor
INDIANAPOLIS. Sept. 12.?Attacks
upon the alleged radical
tendencies of Frank Partington,
loader of -the Illinois miners. proTided
the fireworks late today at
the convention of the United Mine
Workers of America.
Members of Farrl nfton'i own
delegation took part In the offensive
Vies President Phil Murray, presiding,
gaveled for order repeatedly.
Farrlngton bad some friends in
Oomer Davis.' of Coulterville.
III., criticised Farrlngton's policies
scathingly, and supported the international
administration In Its
demand for an accounting of $27,000
spent to quell an Illinois "wild
Dsvis charged that the Illinois
union convention which Instructed
the district officers not to make j
public,' sn Itemised statement of
expenditures of the sum spent was
composed largely of men whom
Farrlngton had on his payroll to
break the "wild est" strike and
that Farrlngton through his "machinations'*
controlled the meetingHe
said It was Farrlngton's policy
to "rule or ruin" the union in the
district over which he presides.
He charged that the money was
spent for a "dirty, shameful purpose."
Farrlngton himself defended his
actions earlier in the day. saying
that the convention would destroy
the right of district autonomy
overriding his decision not to make
public the uses to which the mogey
WILLIAM S. HART
CHICAGO. Spt. 22.?William S
Hart, here on his wsy to New Tork.
when asked about the Arbuckle case,
"I don't want to judge Arbuckle.
It Is a ghastly thing and I feel sorry
for him People are talking about
this leading up to s cleaning out
of Hollywood. There Is nothing to j
clean out. Most motion picture wor*.ers
are hard-working, decent men and
women. They work twelve to fifteen
hours a day and have no lime for gay
parties. I can't tell you what happens
at theie parties because I
never attended one. Arbuckle. I fear,
is 'killed' for all time."
Commissioners Ask Court
To Dismiss Taxi Petition
Through the corporation counsel
the District Commissioners yesterday
filed a motion to dismiss the
Injunction proceedings brought by
twelve Independent taxi men In the
District Supreme Court t<^ prevent
enforcement of the new traffic
regulation, which was Intended to
go Into force September 13. They
aet forth reasons that the petitioners
have a sufficient remedy at
law and are not entitled to relief
In a court of equity.
Justice Stafford set September 30
as the day on which the motion
shall be heard.
Conduit Road Hearing
Will Be Held on Oct. 1
Conduit road cltlsens will be given
a chance to present their arguments
for extension of gas mains by the
Georgetown Gas Light Company on
October 5 at 10:30 a. m.. at a public
hearing of the Public Utllltiee Commies
ion In the board room of the District
Building, Walter C. Allen, executive
aecretary of the commission, announced
The gas company was asked to
carry ita lines weat of Elliot place
a month ago. but the reqtMut was
not granted because a number of
consumers affected would not pay for
the service, it was claimed.
Boys Charged With Larceny.
Theft of 1208 from Thomaa Bowles,
an aged colored man. In a room in
the Glover Hotel. July If, under
guise of helping him to make an
Investment yesterday led to two colored
youths. Sylveater J. Loane and
Freddie Booker, being held to the
grand jury to answer to a charge of
grand larceny. The hearing was before
Police Judge McMahon.
You Need SeBafer'* Eye Service
Let u examine yo?r eye*.
820 F SL, COTMT M
Mfg. Optteflaaa and Optometrist*.
"Look for the Big Clock"
N THE MOUNTAINS
A HW HMlr-iiuu kr Ummtl tkipBii
u4 Clan U|?n
UK ttOMtt SHOW Of Tig UfttVERSC!
CARNIVAL SAT. NIGHT
Tto' UU etaaM ti.w
raw alsbt. M Iktn wtn
W ?c BIO teewtew.
Paa nhii lit? *f turn?
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verjrthlas. OtW* a?ertal
MKKtlMU. Cmm Mnl
CHEVY CHASE LAKE
1 I M t*tk
WW* NEXT WEEK-mm
A MfT NAnOHAL ATTtCQ
A*of n* <1 Rube, Sot as a Dude,
but as a Mill Hand Who Mad to
Ftjht for All He Got and Finally
Went Into the Ring to Win the
Money Mis Invalid Mother Seeded,
Ray Makes This Combination of
Virile Drama, Stirring Action, and
Human Comedy His Masterpiece.
' TWO LITTLE GIRLS IS BLUB*
S. MIRBKEY, Conductor.
Pa the Xew? ? ? Toplea
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< 1 10:30 A. M. to 11 P. M.
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