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Items of Interest and Impor-
tanco l 'ast. Present, and
' (Continued from Page.Nlne.)
W.vmiin Wnrtlilnctnti. of Purls, n'hn are
ttturnlng from the South are also at
Mr. and Mr. Jamca L. Flood and
their daughtci. Jllss Cora Jane Flood
and Miss Emma Flood, of Han Kran
o:co, nro at the Wlllard. Other ar
rivals there o( yestorday are Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Alexander, of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. J Rcbley U. lluston, of
Plttsbursh: Mrs. E. S. S. Keith. Miss
Anne Keith, and Miss Carolyn Crosby,
of Sagamore, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Ger
hard llelntzman and Miss Helntzman, of
Toronto, who are returning from tho
South; Mrs. J. Howe Allen, of New
York, and Miss Cora V. llowland, of
Chlcaao, who has Joined her mother
and grandmother, Mrs. George C llow
land, and Mrs John A. Koche. who
Srrived a day or two ago from the
f Attend Lecture.
. Among those who attended the lecture
or the Alliance Francalse at the Cosmos
Club on Thursday were Madame Jusse-
rand, Madame Itlttcr. Mhs, Charles V.
tloynton, Mrs. John Bernard Uahlgren,
Mrs. Chauncey Hackctt, Miss Alice
Harrlman, Mrs. and Miss Carver, Miss
8. It. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. W. ll. IJald
tvln.1 Mrs. Walter R. Tuckerman, Mrs.
J. L. Morehead, Miss K. D. Hale, Mrs.
A. O. Wlnslow, Miss Joan Ohl. Miss J.
Butler, and Mrs. Glllett.
The next lecture, with stereoptlcon
views, will be delivered next Thursday
at 4:30 by Baroness lluard, whose castle
has suffered a great deal during the
war. Her subject will be "Mon Chateau
ur le Front."
Miss Dorothy Dolyns returned today
.from Ualttmorc, where she baa been
the house guest of Mrs. John II. Soth
oron for the past week.
M u -
In Musical Drill.
Among those taking part In. the musi
cal drill at the IUding and Hunt Club
'yesterday afternoon were Mrs. Sinclair
Bowen, Mlsa Ruth Anderson, Mrs. Philip
Thurber. Miss Clark, Miss Myra Mor-
fan. Miss Frances Carpenter, Miss
aura, Delano, Miss Margaret Dever
eaux. Mln Gertrude Greely, Miss .Anna
Hamlin, Miss Helen McLanahan, Miss
'Nadlne Oxnard, Miss Edythe Howard,
Mlsa Elizabeth Scrlven, Miss Adelaide
.Wolter-Holmes, Miss Ethel McMurray,
Mlsa Betty Baldwin, Julian T. Bishop,
IJeut. David Le Breton, Ralph Coffin,
John O. Evans, Thomas P. Morgan, Jr.,
George O, Totten, Jr.. and Dr. J. Breck
inridge Bayne. Mrs. John O. Evans
Mrs. William Slater loaned the ball
room of her house for the lecture yes
terday afternoon by Mr. S. Richard
Fuller, of Boston. In aid of the French
Women who have been driven from their
Homes in ttje war zone.
Dr. Nevll Monroe Hopkins Introduced
Mr. Fuller, who entertained his audi
ence for an hour with .a brilliant word
picture of Cicero and his time.
In the audience were Mme. Jusserand.
the Rev. and Mrs. Ward Denys. Mr. and
'Airs, jonn w. .rosier, Mrs. Ulllett Hill,
Mrs. John K. Jackson, Mrs. Robert
Hinckley, Miss Gladys Hinckley, Miss
Lansing, Miss Sherrill. Mrs. Christian
Hemmlck. airs. Thomas T. naff. Miss
Helena Elliott, Mrs. Charles Bell, Mrs.
Francois Berger Moran. Mrs. Chauncey
nKUKOii, .11. jonn uiair, Mils Mar
garet Breckinridge, Mrs. Walter Tuck
rrrain, ir. ana airs, carl amltru
' Baron Renaud d'Ungern Sternberg,
trentreman in waiting to the Emperor
of Russia and second secretary of the
Jtusslan embassy, has leased the Cott
rell villa In Catherine street, Newport,
Tor the coming season and expocta to
take possession shartly after the open
ing of the summer embassy there In
Gen. and Mrs. John Watts Kearney
re visiting their slater. Mrs. Louis E.
McComas, at the Hotel Lafayette, for
the week end.
1 Miss Elizabeth Deeble has gone to
New Tork to bo the guest of Mrs.
Henry Williams for a week.
Miss Gillette Hostess.
Miss Amaryllis Glllett was hoitesa
.today at the second of the two Informal
luncheons she has given this week.
. The table had a centerpiece of spring
Blums Are Guests.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Blum, of Ansonla,
Conn,, are visiting their uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Welsenberg. A dinner
and dance was given In their honor last
l" Mr, and Mrs, Bloom's niece. Miss
Doris Puttermann, of New Tork, has
also arrived In Washington to be their
Interest in Benefit.
The fact that the premier performance
tot "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom
Come," at the Belasco Theater April
-8, will be a benefit performance under
the auspices of tho Pierce Guild Auxil
iary to the Home for Foundlings, adds
a new Interest to an already Important
event, From present Indications there
-will, be a capacity houso.
The plav Is Eugene Walter's drama
tisation of the charming story by John
Fox. Mrs. Simon Wolf Is chairman of
the ticket committee, and Is aslsted by
Mrs. W. H. Bayly, Mrs. H. C. Browning,
'end Mrs. Carl Droop.
Mrs. Addle Maddox, of S16 Eighteenth
street, In convalescing after a severe
All tranraetlen In stocks r on ths tails
of dollira and fractions throf. .
Quotation! rnrnUhtd by W, n. lllbhi
Co.. nvmor nf Noir Tork Stock F.wliang,
High. t-nw. p.m. Clou.
Alaska G. M. Co tatt ISU 1911 0
Allls Chal sou 30H 30V4 I H
Am Bt Mug com wvi 11 71 I ilfc
Am Can 63 c!t MVH em
AmC&F 6914 69 (OKI 69H
Am Coal Prod .Co.... lot ItJVi 161 I
Am. Cotton Oil 15 65 55 I
Am Hide & Lea lott lOtt I0HI 10tt
Am Ice Security tsi tSH VI 29
Am Linseed Co J3U S2H ZlVsl Mi
Am Locomotive 78 7ti T6HI "Mi
Am Smelting 10IH 100H lOlH'llOOH
Am Steel Foun M 53 13 I StH
Atn Hug & Ref com.H IIOi UMi I 111
Am Telcg & Tel iDOVi 130 1S0H I UM
American Tobacco. ..191 1M HI I
Am Woolen Co 51 3IH 51HI BlVi
Anaconda MU ttV MWI M
Atchlsop tot 103H 103H 1 103'i
Baldwin Iico Workttosu 103H 105 I lUtt
Baltimore Ohio.... 8s bSW S8H I 8h
Bothlchem Steel 546 405 496 1 405
B. F. Goodrich 73 73 73 I 73H
brooklyn Rap. TrsJ 85H MS B5HI
B. & S. Cop. Co.... 83U 01 9IHI Oil!
Calif. Petrol J3H xtW Vil !34
Canadian Pacific l69Vi I6SU 164V 1 16-U
Central Leather S1U 54(4 S4HI 55
Chesapeake & Ohio. Mtt em 64V, I 644
Chlno Con. Cop 51H 54 84 I 5iH
I'hl. & Great West. Utt I3H I3HI I3li
C. R. I. & T. Ry.... 18 IJH I7HI HH
Chi.. Mil. Ac St. P... 05 04V4 05 I 044
Chicago & N. W lVi IJ7W lVi I T
Col. Fuel & Iron...... 48H 48 44 I 4BH
Consolidated Gas 1361; IMH ISSWIWH
Com Products SI tlli HI SIM
CruolWe Steel Co.... 904 HH 89V4I 89W
DlaUlUrs BecUrltes.. 48H 47 H 48 I 4IK
Krle, 1st pfd
Gen. Motors, pfd...
Great Northern Ore
Great. Northern pfd,
Kan. City Houthern
.KM- 37H 38UI 37H
, 53H MH 53HI 63V
.113 US 116 HUM
.I6JH 167 167 1 168
. 4474 44H 44H I 44H
.It! ItS IM lit!
. 4IH 47H 4IT4I 47H
.110 110 110 I IIOH
. HH t 6H I ta
Lackawanna Steel... 76U 77H 77HI 80
Maxwell Motor Co... TOtt 68 70 I 63K
Maxwell 51. Co. pfd.. 86Vt U H I oSh
ilex. PJtrol lOiH 106 IMH 1 1MH
Miami Copper 36ti 36H K 36H
Montana Power 77 77 17 I 77
e,v.'.d.a Hon; c,.pper w lsv
jY.i.Ajr iirug v...iti ntyt Uiv 1 14SH I
ti. y. central JM'i IQJH 104M 1 1(4
Norfolk & West llUt I51H lttW I Wtt
N. T.. o & w iHH a aui u
Northern Pacific... .113 4 1.3U HSVi 1 113. c,,nt pyr.bi AprU j to stockholder
Pennsylvania It. R...C6U :6H 56W I M'a of record March 23. Tli District N.i
Plttsburgh Coal Co.. fj. is 2SH1 J7H tlonnl Rank has declared Hi per cent.
Pres. S. Car., com.. 34
63H 53HI 64
Pullman Company.. .;! I61H ift I
Ray Con. Copper.... 33 H 13KI t3H
Itep. Iron & Steel..., 63 61H 61UI 5tH
Reading 88H 87 rHlil E6H
Southern Paclfls boh .jk wi (H
Southern Railway.... life tiU 3IH 1 11H
South. Ry., pfd f0.4 f-3h 59HI
Studebaker Corp. ..1444 KHi f43H I I43H
Tennessee Copper . . .tt'i M'4 331 1 (3H
Union Pacitic 31H !! 134 liati
United Cigar ati-i'M . OW lis 9V4 I OH
U. 0. Indus. AlcoX.lM i;4t) t53H;i65H
U. 6. Rubber, com.. 6:H am 3341 SJ
U. S. Steel ttV? C4t4 KMl 3H
U. s: Steel, pfd 1I6',4 II6H 116(4 I II6U ,
Utah Copper u BIH sTV4l 3IV4
Va.-Car. Chemical... 45H Wi 4341 45H
Western Maryland... 80H 30 30V4I aii
West. Vnlon Tcleg. to M' to I OOH
Westlnghouse Klec. 66H 65U 66HI HH
Anglo-Fr. Loan &'s.. 05H 05H oJUl 95
C. B. & Q. Joint 4's. oa4 Kv, MH ,m
Inter. Metro.i'H" TST4 73H TJHI 73H
Northern Pac. 4's.... B3V4 H 03HI 63H
South. Pac. CVt. 41. e3V4 83V4 8814 1 88
South. Pac. 6's !04!4 104H 10lt4l I04H
Southern Rwy. tVa....f03H I03H IMH 1 101H
Wholesale Produce Market. I
EOOS Nearby, freah.
Southern. lc per doz.
lo per doi.;
C1IEEBE New York, new, Jc pr lb,
UUTTER-Klgtn prlntt 40o per lb.; tub. 3to
per lb.; proceaa. Mo per lb.
LIVE rOULTriY-Hns. 17171io per lb :
live turkeys, , :te5o per Ib.j tprlng chickens.
X30!So per lb.
LIVE BTOCK-Veal calves, beat. llOHUo
per lb.: heavy, loeiOHo per lb.; fat aheap.
SsiHo per lb.; lamb.. Mr lb. "'
Taylor Wadel-Potatoea, 13.33 1-3 per bbl.:
onions, IU6 per bu t?.75 per aack; cabbaf.
rne congregation of the Rockvllle
Methodist Church last evening gave a
reception to the Rev. Frank M. Rich
ardson, pastor, and Mrs. Richardson,
who recently returned from their honey
moon, at thp homo of Airs. Richardson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warner W.
Mrs. Sarah J. Rlggs, widow of Remus
Rlggs, died yestorday nt the home or
her daughter. Mrs. Robert H. Pum
phrey, at Gcrmantown, aged sixty-nine.
She Is survived by Tier daughter and
three sons, Harry, Ledoux E and
Goorge Rlggs. The funeral will take
place tomorrow at 3:30 o'clock from tho
Methodist Church at Goshen.
Alexander Carter, thirty-seven, died
yesterday at his home at Palthcraburff.
from acute indigestion. I lo la survived
by his wife nnd two children. The
funeral will take placo Sunday at '1
o'clock from lirace Methodist Church,
A marrlacn Icensc haa been Issued to
Harry T. Connelly and Miss Helen l.cc
John W Hall has filed suit for di
vorce from Alice I. Hall, now a real
dent of Canada. The plaintiff Is rep
resented by II. Maurice Talbott.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY,
Arlington Company Trustees
Call Meeting for Stockhold
ers to Decide on Course.
The stockholders of the Arlington .Ftro
Insurance Company will meet at 3
o'clock. April 28. to vote 6n a recom
mendation of the truatoes of the cor
Deration to discontinue the business ot
the company and relnsuro all outstand
Tno trustees In their call, In Addition
to recommending a discontinuance ol
the business, suggest that, pend
ing the expiration or cancellation
of all outstanding policies, the com
nany s organization lie maintained, ana
that at the expiration or cancellation of
the last outstanding policy thu siock
lioldcti, bo again called tottethcr to do
tL'i'iiiine wlivthcr the company shall be
liquidated. 'Ihese latter recommenda
tions will also be voted upon ul tnc
dhoitly before tho annual mecllnn
of tne titocKholders February H, the
trustees received an otter ot IU.5U
per share for not lean thnn 51 per
Lent of the capital stock, 'the board
announces that It deems this offer in
commensurate with tne vuluo of the
A better tono and broader market
prevailed at today u esion of the
Washington bloK Kxciumiko. Ihe
demand for bonds was generally good
with resulting fraction! uuvuiict-n in
Washington Gas 5 per cent bonds led
the trading, a total of 516,000 worth sell
ing at 107. Tho bid for Georgetown Gas
6'a was advanced three-fourths of a
point to 103Vi. The lowest offering was
Other sales Included to.000 worth of
Potomac Electric Power Consolidated
b's at 1(X) ten shares of Washington
Railway and Electric common stock at
H: twelve" shares of the preferred stock
of the same company at tVAi ten shares
of Washipgton Gas at 74H: two shares
nine shores of American Security and
Trust at 261.
terl quarterly dividend announce
ments were made today. Tho Commer-
pavnble April 1, to stockholder of rec-
The a per cent declared by the Amer
ican Nationnl Bank Is payable April 1,
to stockholders of record March T Ttio
Hocurtty Storage rompany -vfll uy 2',
per cent April 30, to stockholders of
record March 31, Jii'l tho Norfolk nvd
Waahlnglon Steamboat Comniuiy will
pay 214 per cent on April 1. The trans
fer books of tho latter corporation have
.M ready closed.
Leslie Carter Judgment.
NEW TORK. March 24.-A Judgment
for 63,078 was filed In the supreme court
against Leslie Dudley Carter, son of
Mrs. Leslie Csrtnr, actress. In 109
Cirtcr made a promissory note for
3.O0O payabli to Mills Brothers &. Co.
This wan Indorsed hy his mother, who
has .iluce been adjudged a bankrupt.
Tho claim was assiitnuil to Irving L.
Knden, rno ucu. t-itrter is living in
PARK ROAD WOMAN
GAINS 5 POUNDS
ON ONE BOTTLE
She Was Thin, Run Down and
Under WeighU "Dreco,"
the Herbal Tonic, Re
stores Her Health
have been a nervous wreck for
time, loalnir flesh and strength
continually and seemed like nothing
would do me any good although I had
tried many remedies and doctor's pre
scriptions. I was badly constipated,
nervous, had pains In my back and
limbs, tongue was coated and had a
bad taste In my mouth most of the
time. I had very little appetite and
what I did eat seemed to ferment and
fill me up with gas. This was my con
dition when I begnn taking Dreco. I
am now on mv second bottle and am
feeling better than In a long time. I
am gaining strength every day and am
five pounds heavier than when I start
ed It, Constipation much better, gas
docs not form on my stomach, and what
I eat seems to do me some good. All the
pains have left me, end my nerves seem
to be steady, I can certainly recom-
mond Dreco as a splondld medicine."
This Is the signed statement made by
Mrs, N. Herfurth of 61D park road.
Anv one who Is thin, run down, under
weight and wishes to be strong and
gain flesh should take Dreco. It Is an
Ideal Spring Tonic, and being made
from rootn and herbs Is just the thing
Provided by nature for these conditions,
t positively contains no dope, nar
cotics, nor habit-forming drugs ot any
kind. Excellent for children also.
All the O'Donnell Drug Stores sell
Dreco and recommend It At tho 901 V
street store a special representative of
the Dreco company Is on hand to cour
teously explain it. Also sold at niiry'a
Drug Store In Anacostla. Kord's Drug
Htore In liyattsvllle. Allen's Drug Store
In Alexandria. Price $1.00 a bottle.
ON WALL STREET
Conflicting Reports Give Trad
ers Uncertainty and Stocks
NEW YORK March 24. The stock
market opened with but few chances
from yesterday' close.
Mexican Petroleum was 107 1-4. tip
S-S; Erie. 37 3.8. off l-t; Marine pre
ferred 73 and U. S. Ftcel 35 1-8.
Traders showed uncertainty today
In the face of conflicting reports from
Mexico nml specialties declined
Crucible, which sold at 90 1-K duriptr
the morning, slumped to 8 3-4 and at
noon win quoted at S7 1-1. At that
hour .Steel sold at M 7-8, the lowest
of the niurnlnir.
Reading was hid up to !!8 5-8, then
dioko to 87,
Real Estate Transfers.
&23 Betenth afreet southeait Kthel II. Har-
rell to William R. Ward, part lot 31. cquare
77. 110 (atampa U.M).
6:7 Httnth atrret aoulhraat John 8 Ward
in William K. Ward, part lot 31. aquar ,
110 (atampa $1).
Alley belwren C and D, Klsventh and
Twelfth alrtets northeaat rrank O. lleekelt
to Ktank nialne, part orlslnal lot ?, aquare
H. HO (atampa 60 ont),
OS Ktench atreet northweat Delia J. rtutli
erford, executrix, ct al. to Jeaae J. and
lxlla K. Madden, lot 34, square 313, 110
Nonauch William A. Uant et ux. to Isiu'.i
E. Dent, part lot 3. and part of parcel 17
oter 3, 110 (atampa M cental.
Fortune Enlarged William A. Hyde to I.u
clnda Itoblnaon, lot 122. aquare MK3, tlO
Petworth 11. Ilradley Uatldann it al., irua
teea. to OeMrude Doraey. lot J!, hlock 34,
43,40. Ram to aame. lota 73 and 71, Mock
I'etworth Gertrude Doraey In II !.atane
Iewla, lota 72. 73. 74. block SI. 110.
Fourteen-and-a-half aireel northeaat, be
tween n. and C atreeta .tamea H. Elleraon
et ux. to Wllbrrt U and Mbl A. Dean,
lot 7S, aquare 1016. 110 (atampa 111. 8am
to Anne W. Knight, lot 71. aiuare 16.15. J10
Vermont aenue and V alret nnrthwiat Tarl
J. Tlersmann et ux. to John W: Walker,
lot 133. aquare 361. 310 (alamos 14).
CAPITAL . ..11.000.000
EARNED SURPLUS n.OOAfrW
YOU are not apt to
err if you put your
trust in a bank that al
ready has the patronage
and confidence of over
THIS is such a bank.
(RySame Rate of Interest
PairF on Both Largs and
National Savings and
Corner 1 5th and N. Y. Ave.
N.L Carpenter & Co.
Main Office. IT Wllllnm
Street. N. Y.
New Tork Stock New Tork Coffee
New York Cotton Chicago Board of
Exchange. v.!?' .. .
New Orleans Cotton New York Produce
rrtvate Wire With All Principal CUUt,
HERBERT H. BROWN,
1Mb and E Sta. JV. Vt
The Safest Investments
Are thoae that do not fluctuate during dis
turbed condlllone of the money or stock mar
kets. Flrat deed ot truat notea (flrat mort
gagee), well aecured on real eatate In the
Utatrlct of Columbia, conatltuta 'gilt-edge"
lnveatmenta. They do not depend upon the
financial reaponalblllty of Indlvhluala or cor.
poratlona for their stability, and uro exempt
from taxation as peraonal property. We can
supply auch lnveatmenta In amounts from
1500 upward. Send for booklet "Concerning
Loans and lnveatmenta."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
727 UTH BTUEET N, W.
j - -
New York Htoa Exchange.
Uemberc. LNew York Cotton Exchange.
fChlcsci L'oard ot Trade.
J Waxhlngton Stock Exchange.
nought and 'old en earn
favoratla terms aa we effar
for trading In New York
stocks and bonds.
MARCH 24. 1916.
Inventor Takes Swim in His
Life-Saving Suit in .Potomac
and Comes Out Perspiring.
Who said It was cold today?
Not T. E. Aud, who Inhabits Hern
don, Va., and adorns the wcrld of In
vention. Mr. Aud Is full of Ideas, enthusiasm,
lie leaped Into the Potomac river this
afternoon, swam around for an hour
In tho water, which the whole force of
Iho Weather Bureau and the Geodetic
Ccnst Survey described as cold and
nlnnv. ami finally clambered from the
waves, emitting tho loud wall that ho
was perspiring to death.
What was more to the point, he was
perspiring. Ho looked like a man on
tho verge of heat prostration.
In other words, the cold-defying Mr.
Aud arraved himself In his "And non
rieezable life-saving suit," leaped from
the deck of the police harbor boat
Vigilant, romped about In the choppy
naves for a long time, climbed hack to
George I'hler, chief of the Steamboat
Inspection Service, and said in a thun
dering high tenor!
"This n'.ilt oaves from drowning, has
a llrcless cooker skinned a mile, makes
a traveling lunch room !ook like to cents,
nnd lends to the submarine-Infested
Keas n now chsrm."
Mr. Aud. acting under tho authoriza
tion of Major Pullman, demonstrated
his Mfe-saving suit for the bcnellt of
General L'liler and other members of
the steamboat Inspection service, In tho
hope of securing regulations from the
Department of Commerce looking lo tho
use of the suits on transatlantic liners.
Thn suit, which fastens around the
neck by meanB ot a rubber band. Is
waterproof, and clothes tho entlru fig
ure, with the exception of the head. Mr.
Aud put on the suit In one minute and
three seconds A minute and en sec
onds a'ter stnrtln-- to cet into the uilt
he was In tho water. He explained
Make Walking a Joy!
Let Us Put
It's far lighter
thnn a leather
sole arid ttri
ties are unsur
becomes a posi
tive Joy when
Klein's Rapid Shoe Repair Co.
736 14th St. N. W.
Phone Mnln 1188.
(Juat AboTe X. Y. Are.)
nrimeti, 714 Oth St. N. W.
Try the fine Elk
Grove Butter. You will
enjoy it. It is put up
in germ proof cartons.
At All Grocers'.
Golden & Co.
922-928 La. Ave.
llplJlB-Mi-"- -"" """ " -- .
was witnessed by the
representatives of the Department of
Commerce, many officials of the Police
Department, and n nt crowa ot ex
perts on life-saving devices.
It was or this suit that 1-cwlg .Mxun,
the celebrated maritime expert, said:
"Had the Titanic been equipped with
theao suits, tho vast majority ot those
who serlshcd In that disaster would be
General Uhler, after the test, assured
Mr. Aud that he would make a special
report on It to Secretary of Commerce
Equipment Is being Installed In the
assembjy hall at Kctcham school. An
soon as the work Is done, civic societies
and parent-teacher organizations will
ask to be allowed to use the school for
public forum meetings.
A service was held last night In tho
WED. and SAT.
KLAW A ETtLANOKn
ad OEOnGf. TYLEIt Will Present
The Season's Notable Success
ANNA THE GLAD PLAY
Br Catherine Chlnholm ffevMng
Prom the World-Kamooa Pollyanaa
Qlad IlMka by Itleanor H. Porter.
WITH A CAST OF
PATTUCIA COLA.1NOE. EFFIE SHANNON.
HERBERT KHTXH2Y. ARTHUR FORRE8T
JESSIE BlIBLET. MAUDE ORANOER.
ROBERT TODIN. LORIN RAKER.
HELEN WEATHERSRT, MAUD HOBFORD.
SEATS ARE NOW ON SALE
c;irr voims KAni.Y and nr, olad. no not wait on
YOU MAY DH TOO LATE.
NEW NATIONAL THEATER
TONIGHT AT 8:15
SATURDAY MIGHT LAST TIME
.Br Arrangement With the Metropoli
tan Onern Company of New York.
Tonight. Lea Bylphldea. L'Aprea Midi D'un
Faune, Prince Igor, ScheherataJe.
Pat.. l'rlnceaae Enchantee. Cleopatra,
L'Aprea Midi D'un Faune. Carnaval
Tlcketa. tl.RO. I?.00. 13 00. t5.0. K.flO.
IIAHDMAN PIANO VSEU.
Friday, Mar. 31,
11.00. n.:o. ti.oo.
Doxes. 120. On
aale at Droop'a,
Uth and O.
I Mat., Dally Ex
A Wonderful Ploy
OF THE HILLS
With A. H. VAN nVltKN
Next Week. The Uenuty Hhop'j
TucacUy, April t.
I1U0. II. u0, SI. CO,
Boxea. 150. On
aale .it Droop'a,
11th and O.
The orld'a Greatest
B. F. KEITH'Sj
Mata.. Sic. Ke'a, iUi to 11.
r--. tAIU.llI.IA HAY
uouiyo a .V.
MORTON & ar.APB.
ORTH & UOOI.CT.
Net Week Jonn Wnwyer,
Contlnuoua 10:50 A. M. to 11 1. M.
Morning, Afternoon, 10, 15e. Night, 10. 1, Kc
Star and Garter Show
neturna of the Wlllard-Iorun Flight I
IBy Dlreet Wire Announced from Stage I
' vr.., w..,imr.T.ir.H nr Tlie lur.
Anacostta Baptist Church by the Rev.
Henry L. Cousin. Baptism servlcn
are to be held Sunday nights In tho
near future. Plans are ftlsa under way
for another .Thanks?lvim( and Kroo Will
Salem Lodge. No. 22. I. O. O. F., met
last night In Masonic hall.
Tho Embroidery Club met Wednesday.
MrH. Edmund Mallett was Instructor.
Wardman Courts Stores
Kit (ill A. MAI.TDY INC.. .
14th and Clifton SU. N. W.
Phone Col. K10S-SO27.
MeiiN Nnlt Hand lreed... .233
Mrn'a Knlta Machine Pressed. .10c
Called for and Delivered.
INTIMATE TALK Nt. 5
KnfB in notr aelllnar for
la the tltnl Issue of today.
We are Kolna; to prepare
j mi for unalloyed happi
nessIn fart. re arnaran
lee It the kind of happi
ness that la the aunahlne
of the aooL And we are
Kolng to do It vrlth "Polly
anna." mho atanda for
everything that Is bright,
cheery and Blad. Who la
thla maalral Pollyannaf
She ateps rlfcht out of the
itooK all Know anoui tne
'honk thnt has brlarhtened
myriad homra and lighten
ed myriad hearts.
Cultivate the acquaintance
(Continued on Sunday.)
BELASCO MaLToday 25c to $T
TODAY AT a TONIGHT AT S.
The Passing Show of 1915
Geo. W, Monroe, Eugene and Willie Howard.
Marlfmn Miller, and 1(0 Wos Wr-cken.
Erea., Mo to 11.00. Sat. Mat.. tOc lo 11.50.
GOME &HD SEE
Tomorrow Sat. Afternoon at 4i45
The inot novel entertainment of tho
OLD MASONIC TEMPLE
AniwiMMON aa cents
Roller Skating cott,
Penna. Ave. at Ninth at. N. W.
Dally. m.M to It.lMiK to a 7:l to ll:.
MARKUP MAItVIgL RACES NIOHTLY.
MR AND MRH HARTLEY, formerly MIPS
COl'l.TKR. ISM 10th at. N. W.; all dancing
taught, private icons, 7tc. rhone N. SIR!.
PROF PR0K0S Anrt MM Klmmel. All
IIUi. 1 nunuil ij,le,t nancea Taught.
Nine Iaaona 15. ill 10th it. nw. Ph. M. 1M
NATIONAIRIFLES' AUMORY-Dance Eat.
urday ea. and every Mon., Wed., Thun..
Eat, evea. Dancing, !:30 to K. with batvl
HH f CD'C I1ELA8CO THEATUKl Phone
RIILkEll u, Uj,. Up-to-the-Mlaute
Glover's. 613 2!nd Prlv, leaaona. any hr. 10a.
Claaaea Tuea., Thura., Sat; all dances
tau ah t hellronm for rent H Ph. W lilt.
For aalllnsta of March 17 and 31
$15 "ALTiMon $15
P.OSTON AND ItETCRN
Kor All Ralllnga March 17 to St
Rand (or Particulars
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co
1 W. P. Turner, (J. PA. Baltimore. Md.
! OLD POINT COMFORT
, NORFOLK, VA.
J SOUTHERN WINTER RESOUT3
Special Tours Te Famous Hotel
IlnllT Service Modern Steel Steamers
I City Ticket Office. 7U1 15th bt. N, W.
NORFOLK A WASHINGTON