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Philadelphia and Other Cities
Promise Entries for A. C.B.
A. Tourney Here.
Pennsylvania bowlers are coming to
the trig A. C. B. A. tournament In
bunches. At leant thirteen teams from
Philadelphia alone -will bo found shoot
ing at the maples, while Wllkesbarre,
Bcranton, and Reading will also havo
a blg'boosters' meeting In tho Quaker
City, served .to wake up all the enthusi
asm 'of the'Penn bowlers last night and
promises have been made to havo the
best bowlers In that vicinity toeing tho
mark when the "Philadelphia night" Is
billed In the tourney opening here
April 3. t
Philadelphia hopes to bag many
price and records with Its crack en
tries, which Include the Maneto team,
winners or the roll-off with tho1 Liberty
Bell champions of the Philadelphia
league: ine wnue uiepnanis, mo
Giants, wyndham Colts. Tigers, Majes
tic, Algonquin, Manufacturers' Club,
two teams from the Merlon Cricket
Club, one from the Overbrook Club, and
flcked quintets from the Curtis League,
be, Casino alleys, tho, Artisan League,
the German-American League, and tho
The Elks' Club team and the Mc
Closkey Allies, of Wllkesbarre, Pa., will
Journey to the Capital with blood In
their eyes, with the Elks' Club team
and Watson's Allies, of Reading, and
the K. C. team, of Bcranton.
George M. Moss and Joseph Travis
were appointed to confer with railroad
headquarters in an effort to secure spe
cial accommodations for the trip.
The tournament management has an
nounced that prizes will be awarded on
ladles' night In all classes. These prizes
are offered solely for competition In
the women's events. A dozen or more
womerTs teams are expected to toe th'o
mark on. tho special night In their
The secretary has received a check.
coveting entrance fees, for another can-
Oie-pin team. The team is comprised
oi tocai oowiers.
An executive meeting of the Wash
ington Tournament Company was held
yesterday In tho rooms of the Chamber
of Commerce, to hear commltteo re
ports and discuss the question of tho
'disposition of the various concessions
to be awarded. Promise of the largo
crowds that will attend the tourney
have caused numerous applications tor
concessions to erect stands and stores
In the Consus building during tho three
weeks or moro that the competition
Applications are being considered for
a lunchroom, a cigar stand, a souvonir
booth, dancing, akee-boll alloys, a Bee
tngAVaahlngton booth, a photographic
atudto, iid four telephone booths. Tho
management has announced that thoy
will not consider any concessions that
ould In any way be an annoyance or
scomfort to the public.
The final report of the stands com
nlttee was approved. The report calls
for the erection of a stand at the up
per end of the alleys, with a seating
Sftpadty of LOW-
The Capitol Hill team is conducting
A three-ball tournament throughout this
National Capital-Climbers vs. Roy-
Arcade-W. F. Roberts Company vs.
asonllt-KIng Solomon vs. pentalphaj
ml pleasant vs. Lafayette.
Royal Arcanum-District vs. Ouray.
City Tenpin-CommlBslonera vs. Bu-
"capltal city-Ivory Soaps vs. Buckey's
(Specials. . .
?hl tlu Sigma Eta v. PJ; ,
PostoKice Department-Bankers vs.
Inspectors. , . .
Odd Fellows Central vs. Columbia.
Northeastern-Mcllughs v. Superials.
Dlatrlct-Royals vs. Homo Club.
P. E. P. Co. Bookkeepers vs. Audit
ing; Commercial vs. Secretaries.
Mt. Pleasant Iiumanuels vs. Prlnce-
Knights ot Columbus Boosters vs. Tip
Interbureau Accounts vs. Solicitor.
Georgetown Commercial Potomao
Savings Bank vs. Times Substation.
Commercial Washington Gas Com
Jny vs. General Banking Company.
Departmental Agricultural vs. Com-
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wook, to ratoo funds to enter tho conv
iiik touinanient ot tho A. C. U. A. The
KAincs nro beltiK rolled oR each nlsht
at. tho Capitol Hill alloys.
Tho Casino team of tho National Capi
tal Lcairuo is also holding a three-ball
meet, beginning today and continuing
through Thursday. Tho team will en
ter tho tournament.
Princess Tra-La-La last night enter
tained twelve hundred Masons and their
families at tho National Theater, where
a big benefit i-erformunco was held to
rolso funds to enter thn twenty Masonlo
teams In tho coming A. C. B. A. tour-
Mnsonlo officialdom occupied the
boxes. Potentate L. Whiting Estcs en
tertained in two o ftho boxes,
J. II. RIchardH, Jr., was chairman of
tho commltteo In charge of tho occasion,
other members of which wero H. B.
Hallcy, II. J. Saers. Jlrk C. Miller, J.
V. McQraw, Albert Haas, Bert V.
Wolvo, E. D. Blocking. II. A. Meals,
George E. Rohrman, and II. B.-IIall.
APITAIj CITY KEAQUE. S
De laVergna M tl i
Itrall 77 M 8
Hallcy 103 03 SO
Hall 71 ST M
Williams... 105 8T SO
Totals WIV4W Total! l H Ml
I1BD MEN'S LEAOUE.
Osceola. I Oaace.
Hurdle 04 S3 M Martin 7ft S3 M
Y. Quen..,91 SO OJlKIllln,.,,.... 75 75 7S
MdCowry.... 7 05 tl Ftahmefct'e. M S S3
Tolnon 100 84 S7 DuYnmy 7S 75 75
Uenner SO 111 OS.Dersman 70 07 94
Totals 413 45 431 Totals SSI 1 415
CAPITAL CITY LEAGUE
De t Vne 81 S9 105
neall 78 M S4
Halley SI 71 S3
Hall M 115 M
Williams.. .. 66 K SO
Lovcdav... 101 SO l:
Jones IIS 10S 105
Donohue... 105 103 101
n, 100 107 o
O'Xelle 103 M 05
Totals 414 454 43V Total (27 503 12
100' 93 100
Wrlitht 11 107
110 100 10A
87 0! 85
, OS 115 85
Oeher 97 M 93
Loveleas 93 01 M
Halley 02 85 1M
Moore........ ra no
ToUl 520 503 487 Totals 4J0 514 405
WASHINGTON TENPIN LBAOUB.
Elmer 11 200 158
Crultt 147 168 188
Herrtnr.... 135 147 157
.Ntedem'kl.. 188 169 145
Eaton CO 124 150
Handicap.... 70 70 70
Jacobaen... 105 107 158
Walker 163 183 170
McKnew.... 193 158 128
Oarrett.... 169 181 161
Krauaa 237 201 191
Totals 954 913 515
Totals 922 8S0 SS8
Johnson..,.. 77 S9 73
Wheatley... 94 84 74
Vent 87 85 TO
Lyon 79 S3 83
Taylor 73 81 S3
Morgan 99 80 80
Onpado.... 115 95 09
McNerney.. 85 81 101
Money 71 78 75
nog-an 89 84 111
Totals 414414 SOSl Totals..
Commluiloners won roll-off.
J. Hamilton 81 95 112
U Trudy.. 84, V 9ft
Mill Mooro SO 84 71Mri. Moore 83 77 77
W. drupe, izs vi wiw. i-iun
Total 280 278 W Totals.
C. Tlunkett 97 103 99
274 257 274
Huated 100 94 91
Miirri.ll.... 107 101 98
Bom 101104 119
(JUllln 04 86 w
Dummy 00 .. ..
Martin 95 108 91
Oheen 05 103 87
Oroft 101 118
Totali 475E02 50O
Humphrey. 103 84 00
Clark 05 80 86
OUen 114 92 95
Totals 528 455 440
Raftery Olive Lunch.
M. Moran... 101 100 05
Rurch 93 03 03
Hurd 04 93 85
Rogers 112 84 80
Van Neas.. 05 04 88
Geblcke S3 74 85
Btaub OS 05 84
HartlE Ill S3 SO
IIagan 101 115 101
Farrel 05 98 93
Totals 499 455452' Totals 485 473461
Raftery won roll-off.
FOURTEENTH STREET LEAQUEL
Whitney.... M I!
Crowley...,. S9 100 92
rhelps 82 (3 83
Close 81 85 84
Kemmls. ... 90 97 101
Moore SO 83 79
Durtner 101 SO 101
Watkln 07 81 03
Lombard.... 81 05 83
Calloway..., 84 54 9!
Totals 4S1 455 448' Totals 434 437 450
NAVY YARD LEAGUE,
Morgan 87 91 104
Miller 102 91 06
Davl 103 103 106
Rutler 101 77)13
lAlzure 03 109 90
Lltt 04 78 78
Gately 09 05 78
McQte SO 90 78
Hough 71 81 80
Miller Ill 110 96
Totals 191473 5071 Total 459 454 407
Pnlnmifl Tloat Club
Canltal Yar-h? f1tih
Rryan 94 77 84
Wood 83 89 87
Crult OS S3 83
Rueth 65 69 83
Dummv 7K 75
u.lr.1. S3 77 00
l. Aahfnnt. 94 S3. 81
Heinle SI 70 84
McCanibge. 05 77 01
pnepara JH 04 103
Totals 448 409 433 Totals..,.. 41S 391 424
CARROLL COUNCIL (K OF C.) LEAGUE.
' Columbia. I Ninas.
Uoore 89 SI 93 Deuchert 00 54 SJ
Neubeck 02 88 79 Koonts SS 91 81
rtvan to S3 100 Kennedy.... SS 73 70
McDon'irh... '4 05 68 Colbert. SS 07 123
Klley 94 40 SlCrowell 03 93 83
Totals m 410 i' Totals 4U 457 4M
Ninas won rou-ocr,
84 .. 77
MeCloakey... 78 81 80
Horen 83 14 107
44 SS 98
:i .. 09
Dummy (0 F0 80
Dummy . ,. M (') SS
Mullin ... 190 M 70
Totals 419 411417
.. 05 SO
15 ICO 91
Kennamer.. M 81 M
Kreeman... S W S
Hotlam SS 77 II
tUrtinan.... 05 101 100
Harvllle 105 03 01
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Morgan Sends Line- Up
Of Players For Meet
George McBride, Eddie. Foster, "Rippy" Williams,
And Old Fox Will B e in Tourney Nick
Altrock May Also Have a Team.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, March 14.
Cnpt Ray Morgan, of tho Washington
club's bowling team, today forwarded
tho official entry of h:s team to tho At
lantic Coast Bowling Association In
Washington. Included In tho line-up of
tho ball playing bowlers Is Morgan,
Gcorgo McBride, Eddie Foster. "Rlppy"
Williams, and the Old Fox himself.
Thcro Is much enthusiasm in camp
over the approaching tournament In
Washington, and. If Nick Altrock can
Interest enough of the youngsters In the
vcnt.hQ also will ontor a team. Nick
Isn't' much of a bowler himself, neither
is ho so much of a billiard player that
goes for pinochle, poker, checkers,
dominoes and tlddle v. Inks, but at ball
playing and amusing tho populace, he
setB the paco for 'cm alt.
Bowling Is part of the form, of amuse
ment Indulged In by tho Grlfflthlan, staff
after working hours, and The Mlneral
Ito, tho biggest alley In this citadel. Is
often tho sceno of a friendly duckpln
battle. Tho 'A. C. B. A. movement has
net yet Invaded Charlottesville, and tho
old-style pins and balls are prevalent
Wednesday and Thursday nights the
ball pkiyors havo engagements to play
tho local All-Stars, ami these teams will
roll frequently before camp Is broken
lu order to afford plenty of practice for
tho lads who enter tho tournament.
In Boston last season the players
wero on the verge of entering tho
tournament In progress there, but some
unforeseen hitch occurred that pre
vented them from going through with
Captain Morgan has asked tho tourna
ment officials for somo dato between
April 3 and April 11, as the team Is
to be on the road' practically all ot
the remaining time, that tho tournament
Griff also Insists that all bowling
matches bo dono away with after the
regular season starts. Ho likes bowling
as a sport for tho boys in tho winter,
the same as he permits them to en
gage in other athlotlc exercise, but
when the championship season Is act
ually under way ho would rather they
would confine their efforts to tho ball
r'hnrinttpjivllln citizens have not yet
mnla II n tholr Tllnf1 WtlOthOr thfiV O.TO
putting tho' Washington baseball club:
on tho map or vice versa tho players
here, howovcr, aro quuo cerium niwui
After ourfew Is sounded over this
burg at S o'clock. It Is about aa Inter
esting as an almanac easily!
Until curfow, though, tho chief occu-
Forest Service. . Plant Industry,
Helphenua'e 93 109 81
Mrrrlll .... 98 101 U
Taylor 90 98 91
Stely 80 108 89
Brodl 9S 74 88
I.lpp 04 00 79
Drown S 9 121
Haiti 89 97 05
Hilton 03 04 79
Llndstrom. 102 120 93
Totals 481520 439!
Totnls 455 459 470
M Church.. U 81 St
C. R. Cell.. 81 91 SO
McKIUen... SO 78 03
W. Church. SO 70 73
Hcrklev 50 .. SJ
K. Weeks... SI 09 S3
llrlrht 4 S7 17
Webster.,,, i o w 101
Downs 82 St 91
Davis 01 W 84
O. W. C'ch.. .. 70 ..
Totals..;.. 410 413 421
Totals 410 433 457
P. Weeks.! 70 81 79
R. McC'ley. 71 07 00
niMir SO 4 86
Doyer 07 M 91 Forfeited.
Jasper 07 iw 101
Totals 423 413 451 '
KNIGHTS OK COLUMDUB LEAQUE.
qresaett..... 117 95 108
Itntes 55 109 07
Whltty 100 97 9(1
McNeil 117 101 8J
MoCarthy... US 81 98
Totals 535 4SS 479
WAR DEPARTMENT LEAGUE,
TIm trill Ufa
Rherldan.... 104 SS 79
Kerr S5 85104
Frlerson.... 91 01 SS
Gordon 101 05 105
C. filocUett. Ill 01 04
O. Stockett 84 04 111
Dummy 85 15 55
Coldren W 124 75
'Husted..... 75 S3 M
MurreU 85 04 74
Totals 439 472 401
Totals 477 450 499
Weeks 19 101 9
Jacobsen.... 57 91 84
Allmuth 109 74 00
Farley 75 SS fS
Hart 73 93 79
Arata 94 115 91
I teaman 7 M V3
."i.ll,r, VI in i
Mclnnes ... KG l 01
fierce II 50 93
Totals...... uo M 441
Mtultiiit 4W W of
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Spot on Ytfur Vest ,
Copyright, 1010, by R L. GoWberc.
patlon of the students is playing the
mandolin to the. silvery moon and
dreaming of tho beautiful princess ho
will marry when ho grows up there's
no doubt about It!
Since Thursday lost, there has been
moro cnnsccutlvo good weather than
during the entire of last training sea
son, but Griff knocks on tho arms or his
big revolving chair when ho gloats ovor
EXPECTED IN APRIL
Premium List and Entry Blanks
Out For Washington Kennel
That the coming bench show of the
Washington Kennel Club will be a
three-point show Is confidently expect
ed by the commltteo In charge. The
premium list and entry blanks are out
and entries will begin pouring in be
fore the week is out. Entries closo
March 30, the show being, staged at
the Washington Riding and 'Hunt Club,
Twenty-second nnd P streets north
west. April 13, 14. and 15.
The best Judges ever in charge of
thoroughbreds In this section havo
been obtained for this fifth annual ex
hibition of the Washington Kennel Club.
G. Muss-Arnolt. of Tuckahoo, N. Y.,
will judgo great dancs. greyhounds,
pointers, setters, English sheepdogs,
wolfhounds, mastiffs, St. Bernards, and
Charles W. Barney, of New Bedford.
Mass., will judgo foxhounds, with
George A. Flammor, of Newark. N. J.,
In charge of beagles. Dr. H. B. Kob
ler, of Philadelphia, will judge sport
F. Louis Haiiptncr. of Philadelphia,
will judge dachshunds. Mrs. Halstead
Yates, of Oak ltidge, Va.. will Judgo
German sheepdogs and dalmatlans.
Mrs. May H. McCurdy, of New Bruns
wick, N. J., will judgo collies.
Charles It Wood, of Philadelphia, will
make awards among bulldogs. Herman
uennung, arw Lianorch, Fa., among
Boston terriers; Holstcln Hwvey. of
Wilmington, Del., among French bull
dogs, and Miss Marian Kennedy, of
Hempstead, L. I., among Pomeranians.
Levi Wilcox, of Philadelphia, will
Judgo small dogs, such as Pomeranians,
poodles. Chihuahuas, and Maltese ter
riers. Theodoro Offerman, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., will Judge Airedales, bull terriers, fox
terriers, Realylmn ter.-iers, Poklngere.
Skyo terriers, Manchester terrlo.-a and
FTMt mart a IiIim.IhaJ ftjlfnwB 1 , 90 A ha ) Ma A
right In special prizes, this belnu tho
largest special Ut ever made up by
tho local club.
uengics, Diiiinnpja, isosmn vomers anil
Airedales nro expected to contest for
tho honor of tho larrest cntrv for nv
Mnglo treed, but thcro will also be a
largo representation of srmntoH. Ger
man fchcepdogs, collies, setters, Pomer
aiilans, foxhounds and cockor vpanlcls,
The Boothfleld Kennels, owned by R.
T. Booth, provided tho excitement at
the March show of the Washington
Kennel Club, held at the New Ebbltt
lest night before a large throng. Booth's
beagles, with their get, selise d five firsts,
two red ribbons, and one yellow, besides
inning cups in wiree events.
Dr. J. Stuart Cassafd, of Baltimore.
Judged the cocker spaniel class last
night, while Dr. Georgo W. Fisher, of
the same rlty, awarded the prlies In the
beagle clusseH. Bummarv:
Dogs First, Broiuo Tip Top, owned by
L. H. Steel; second, Ruben, owned by
Charles Fisher; third. Rowdy Phil, own
ed by Mrs. W. F. Ccuncell.
FCmales First, Zulelka, owned by E.
M. Wilson; second, LaPetlt, owned by
E. M. Wilson; third, Nevals, owned by
Mrs. J. F. Blaven.
Puppv dogs, Mx to twelve months
i irst, Draughtsman, owned by M. E
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IT ' JJ, ,1,""'""cm uunoii vnntg
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I Puppy females, six to twelve months'
First, Boothfleld Bloiuom, owned hy R,
MARCH 14? 1916.
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"LITTLE OF EVERYTHING'
BY "BUGS" BAER.
aton has gone
South to train,"
Half-mile Champion Homer Raker has an
offer to run In Europe, but Homer Is too
modest to try to outrun a bullet.
The Aberg-Stecrfer wrestling mutch
should be popular hero as It, Is going to
bo held in Omaha rr Chicago.
They say that Moran has only one
arm. So had Lord Nelson,
JIM THORPE'S IMPROVED PLAT
ING ENTITLES HIM TO AN OR
CHESTRA SEAT ON THE BENCH AT
Pancho Villa Is about to he eliminated
from the toumnment.
Leagues Are Shallower.
WHAT IF THE TEAM DOES FINISH
BE THANKFUL THAT TOU'VE GOT
AND PONDER O'ER THE ANCIENT
WHEN THE HOME LADS WOULD
Must have been awful to have been a
losing fan in the days when they Our a
league twelve teams deep.
Facts Not Worth Knowing?
Taking the count doesn't necessarily
mean getting bumped Into a ten-second
hiatus. Wlllard'a manager will take the
count as soon as he can sink his soup
talons In the 347,500. Bonl da Oastellens
was the last count they. took.
That shrinking violet, Benny Kauff,
complains bitterly of the pitiless white
light ot publicity. He shuns It ltko a
flea shuns a pup.
A fighter Is In shape when ho
gets a wallop in the stomach ilnd his
manager doesn't feel it.
England la sending oyer for American
bantams. Apparently tired of the light
weights In their war offlc,
Villa dead or alive-.
Critics seem to be right. JM sJetfeon
T- Booth; second, Bpeeler, owned by
George Goodacre; third, Reader, owned
by Gcorgo Goodacre.
Punny dogs under six months First.
Boothfleld Buddy, owned by R. T.
Booth; second, Boothfleld Tinker, own
ed by R. T. Bpoth.
Puppy fnmlles, under six months
First, Boothfleld Tiny, owned by R. T.
Fupny female braces First, Reader
and Hncclor. owned by George Goodacre.
Team kennel of four First, Boothfleld
Kennels, owned toy it T. Booth.
Open dogs, nine dogs entered First,
Jeff, owned by George Goodacre: second.
Draughtman, owned by M. E. Joyce;
third, uooinneia uraiiy, ownea oy it T.
Onen females First. Fisher's Maud.1
owned by R. T. Booth; second. Flam-
mer's courcmaia. ownea toy Louis Tur
OLD POINT COMFORT
SOUTHERN WINTER RES0RT8
special lours to iranoui note!
Dally Sen Ice Modern Steel Steamers
City Ticket Office, 731 loth St. ti. W.
NORFOLK St WASHINGTON
1 J ' '
OlD ItMl Alf Or
can't hit anything but a curve, straight
ball, lnshoot, floater and drop.
Learn One Thing Each Day.
A DICTAPHONE IB A LUXURY IN
A BOILER FAOTORT.
For Sale One rubber ultimatum.
Guaranteed to stietch forever. Of no
i'so to present owner. Apply, White
We suggest that Jack Dillon's next op
ponent should cruise Into the ring on an
unarmed liner and trust to Jack's chivalry.
Olaf Henricksbn has gone South
to train for his time at bat in the
next world scries.
Answers To Quecries.
Oueery Ed How can I tea the Ma
ftaMt mu ooof.
Consult an oculist. If you can
read the numerals on a $20 bill at
fifty yards, that shows you don't
care how far you get away from it.
This tnialifies you to see the big
(Copy!. 1918, the Press Publishing Company,
The New Tork Evening World.)
Hy Brewer Won't Buy
Worcester Ball Club
WORCESTER. Mass.. March H.
Faul McIIale, owner of the Worcester
baseball club of the Eastern Leacue.
today agreed to eell the franchise to
J'ntrlck H. llorsn Edward F. Smith,
and John J. McMahon. all of Wor
cester, and "Billy" Hamilton of Clin
ton. Hamilton will bo manager of
Hiram T Brewer of. New York, for
merly Federal League secretary, who
has had an option on the team for
threo weeks, today took down his
money and announced he did not caro
to buy the team. .
What Gibbons Wants.
BT. PAUL. Minn..' March 14. Mlko
aibonn, probably the world's middle
weight champion, doesn't like to win
fights by knockouts, although he has
scored nine of them. Mlko wants to
be recorded In hlstorv as the world's,
greatest boxer, not fighter.
Peck Breaks Tie.
Peck Chapel broke the tie for second
place with Epiphany by defeating tho
latter In a closely contested game, 15
to 18, and Fourth Presbyterian defeat
ed Keller 25 to 14. In the Sunday School
Basketball League, in the gymnasium
of the boys' department of the Y. M.
C. A. last night.
Rex A. C. OutT
AH candidates for the baseball nlno
of tho Rex Athletic Club are requested
to report for practice at Fifth streot
and Florida avenuo northeast today at
i:30 s. m.
Local Boys Sign.
Petersburg, of the Vlrclnla State
League, will get Ralph Blanton and
Salvadora Glovannettl. a local amateur
nailery, iiom Doys aro wpii Known
here as flrst-rate amateur players.
Will Mold Practice.
The Brookland Athletic Club will hold
baseball practice at Seventh and 'Mon
roe streets. Brookland, today at 5
o'clock. A call has been sent out to all
candidates to turn out.
Announces Its Dates.
The annual spring golf tournament of
the Atlantic Cttv Country Club will be
held or) May 4, S and 6.
Lectures Wednesday Night. 5:00 p. m. en
"The Italian and Spanish Dtnmn,"
Thursday Xlght, S:00 d. in.,
"The Intermediate Hex."
14th and Park Road. Admission I Cents.
Harry Hasting-s Ulg Bhow, With
Ket Week BTAR AND GARTER SHOW.
llll I PR'S BELABCO THEATER! Phone
mikbCn jj-i. Up-to-Ui-Mlnut
Glover's, 111 itni Prlv. Ussoas. any hr. tO-J,
Classts Tuea., Thurs., Bat.) alt danr-is
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A--Pr.,am ot Swt Melody! A Lure of the
Waits! ANDREAS DIPPEL Will Present
Tha Iri.u,meh.,Slt. Nw Viennese Operetta,
With PHYLLIS PARTINGTON
And a Notable All-star Dlppel Cast
Week March 37, POLLYANNA. Seats Thurs.
TIlUnSDAY AT 4 30
March 40. Southern Italy and
Blclly. Prlcej, 50c. 75c. and 1L
Wed.. March 2.
Prices. $2.50. 12, tl.M.
It 70c, 50c.
On sale at Droop's,
11th and G.
Soprano from the
Opera, New York.
Return ol Wishing
Ion's Favorlls (or Oni
In Tier Successful
Costume Ileettal ot
Songs la Eagllsh.
Prices I 83, I1.BO.
1, 75c, 50L oa sale
at Droop's, 13th
SEATS NOW SELLING 'XJiSSSfH
Serge De Dlaghlleff's
Prices, $0.00. $5.00, $3.00. $2X0, $1.50.
T. ARTHUR SMITH'S, 1306 G StK.W.
Orch.. 25c. Bal.. 15c. Mezzanlnu. 50c,
FIGHTING THE ALLIIS
ou geumahy at war
THItlLLIXQ BATTLE SCENES'. ,
Get Your Beats Now For
Warmest of All.
Winter Garden "llablea
SHOW or wis
OEO. W. MONROE. EUGENE AND WILLIS
HOWARD. MARILYNN MILLER AND
1110 OP THE TRETTIEST HEAJIT-
Com For the Opening Night Rurprlse.
Eves. Wo to 1X00. Sat. Mat.. SOa to 51.60.
Wed.. Fr!.. Mats. $1.00.
Mat., So Eve., So to tL Buy Today.
This 'Week nnd Next Sunday,
of "All for the Ladle." Etc Mrs. THOB.
WHIFFEN & CO. BES8IB WTNN. VTU.
PKUETTE & CO. Harris 4 Manlon. Five
NEXT WKCK NORA HAYES, Etc.
The Greatest Flay of the eeason.
Rnvolvlnsr Stage Some as
New York Production.
With A. II. VAN nUl'.Etf
Next W-k-.8hcpherfl of the Hills
THE ZANCIGS-CRYSTAL GAZERS
A Weird nnd Myatlfylnic Seauce
Matinees and livening.
Contliinnus 10t30 A, 31. to 11 P. M.
Moms., Attn,, 10c, lCc. Nlchts. 10a. Uo. Uo.
Thursday. Friday, Saturday,
IN THE CODE OF MAItCIA GRET.
Roller Skating ggSSSa-
Pemia. Ave. at Ninth at. N. W.
Dally. 10. M to 11 S0-1;1I lo i-I:t ta UtM.
MAJltgD UAHYUL KACSa NKWILlf.