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RA U41191 1, Oe.
s o of is"ta all a well
eoeegh phY to begia tt 'ever,
But the gbteut As- .
whieb beeame .s r 9f the tie
ties of the United State.. ile he
was easseittew frm b s -n
terfered and seiled his them of
wae that 5"a alerMars had
4- -*perdeds oa lvAWr &rs
abots, Ober,. after hWe disehairga fem
the heeptal. pufbased t%. I4. Mime
newd Ia thie *Oty. -Aresatly u.,
awids. of the' Vo set. Ober
his. bar ea sE ith the
*Pr. In les-thaan it.
was impossible to get wtih .4 et
-elestppd in and Obey'was
taken- to the e6stty seat, *tVeft" he
was 4aPged with seiw, lqar vith
Out'spermit;'Jedge Hook, of Cqud
erespt. heaod the hotel :'*661 pia
Girle4If ye araat plenty e .thek.
beaUul. gloser ilky hair. do by
all menans get rid of daadrff. for it
wilt taite Vour hair and vain it if
It dead't- do Mnul "goqd to try to
br4ld,9r. wests it .du Tha 4alysure
way t. net kid of dandruff iW to dis.
solve I.. to*s you destroy it, e n
tirely. . To, do1 this. .t ebout four
oun1 of rdlnary liquid apvon;
&got t atplort hen retiring: u"
enough to tate the -clp aud
rub it in' gently with the finger
mornnIK most. If not. all. of
vour -d ndru f WlIj be) gony and
mIetl dil y as a tii will
Fopltal-d~i6j''n entre do
stro'etery sin.6 ign and traos of it.
You will and. too. that all itching
and digging of the wqIP will top.
and- your hair *111 1*4o asid feel a
hundrod timer better. You Van get
liquid arvon at aT drug store. It Is
inexoenlve an%, ,our ounces .Is all
you Wil need, no M ter how much
dandruf you have..b s simpli rem
*dv never fatla.
Reduoe. our Pat
Ye ro tie termula for fte to
was "dia et *Uie." ?odk7 It to "Tak
Utrmala P.neer tptios Tebl.ts. arit tel
octors tell their pate an. yati
thousand! know and ase thE. Jp~pswet.
armlen method. Tey eat what HMr.
live.it. they like. and ltill low. thelf 'two.
three or four Popudao Of tkt a Weuak Siqple.
effective. hajmlee. armoha Preemr) a
Tablets are sold by all druggits- Far%*
sstar one dolla. Or I you prefer you
ii.) wr;t, direct to the MArmela C Mopn.
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BREKM AST, LM
- N. I -he . je.
weish e, tedher beweoi .0e
e edist hesi tol e deM.
Nujel wos listitimlbraes m
hewe ofSrQ gaelels
-. .stat. Deat...at teiSa-.
iirkleg time end as*"d toe45
t oge DMEe moti w sew ihase
taw. assumes ottej e" latarday. It
was defiaitely stated feesy that so
say Wflt he made to metof the
r e s 1ev ter
set it a thaLbt
tof the Ae on thet
made public by ti ttass
state hA lft.- ust. eleSs h
SeereSpy -1101 ' blo
under the , . Wee
poisted out hmate se m
Legu e Nape usanale v
to deeretaryCement o
m&a to decidedly If
the Wiliam Adimt.s~tion.,I
In pestpoageinwit of
A and 3 mad ffielste e
Counell of the L~e has :"W 7ly
admitted the Ameriean e01tente1
that this Goveramset 1ab'' tight to
be hear, and the invitaMtioS med
a delegate to the e0t meeting t the
council leaes th .at open for the
Harding Adminisat on to take ay
action it sees fit.
Though the seuneil's reply leaves
the status o( the island of Tap in
abeyance, there was me 4fspoption to
day to find fault with the Ioge P
the. -position assumed by the d0h1
-in tasisting that this''inattet bhild
be token up with the Allied sswb
PARI, Marah 3.-1 dtilom to' the
two ftotland Yart detectives Premier
Lloyd George brought over with him
from London for the Paris conference
a dozen or so French,4etectives and
police were- to - -off-so - watch -and
guar# tpe Bri ish minister. - Corre
upondents. as thgy entered the Hotef
Crillion. headquarters of the 'Diltieh
delegation and new famous as te
haven of foreign diplomats, were
carefully "looked over" and anyone
carrging a small package oP appear
ing to have bulky clothes was watch
ed until he left the building.
Lloyd GqOrge, .-when he returned
from the foreign office where he had
been in confrence with aie4 states
men, was met at the door of his hotel
by the .managez and a French detac
tive.4and hurriedly escorted into; the
hot' and "shot' up . the lift' at ex
A. lover of dogs, Premier Oerge.
aftej.q conference, noticed a terrier In
the Wl of the Crillon and on hip way
to kpa lift made 66 it to stroke the
ani lm. He was, however, gently per.
suaded to get into the lift and could
only mutter. ''at's a nice doggle.b
. e 'Justee..
mbddes ye its te, is eindt
emedieal athorlties agree that
I tit Is, sner eli, aee
wele end bring greater weaess
the .sads df slngir ses de
ey tiey muselee in the welts of
spending in their nsem.! wey, te
that it pase. etaly oat of
be&se it helpe Nature msa
ties at regmlar intrs--the
pueas to-seks. Ny It.
~w s W k
least. .me et thes Imeet aama
Gets is vas&evle,
The I"e eeg Islie
wine eoS"ein m est.
[aft" - abr$ig- a" r
peWem.. deW~e s e
dhe na a
Crowds making tseb
im the lodwalk and
"Way Dwa Best" is plaigo
-breaging audiemnes ;twies deiy.
Reesets &Y prominent Wad&ing.
inelanc soat to Mr. GrIfith's New
Terk eoie will hew the pletrisa
Sis hare st week. The omsic me
be seveed now for mext week. It
takes emmMng moe than the aove
rae* pieture to do this. the daa
reeogmhties of peplarity. theegh
there is hardtg athlog In the pie
ure whieb has set been attemptod
or portrayed before. It is the fact
that everything Is deoe the Grifith
way that makes the pilture the suc.
eeo~ it 6k.
Th. e Gled LIII?
Although the luurious and -
teeular baekgrounda et "The Ged
Lily." as well an the Sensational dame
lg of Mae Murray. the star. are im
Porteat sceic elemoet-et that bil
Uamt pbotoplay at L' CoIUPA
this week, it is relly teo oe
depth of the ro iSce dory i*vovpe
In this seroso tale by Clara Deraftb
wilch is drawing capacity audiemces
to the Columbia We week. wkte
"The ended Uly" Is not only the
special imaugural week feature. but
the dominant pertiem f the flir
teestk mAmw.Vdiyug~ . tho aos
a th o p. II-he rIN14.r.
q~mhfti er ho p~eef Paor ill
"Way Down Owa
and Mevtow -
Viola D.ama Jwn Sm.
Cbnstinuing -its ceaoa's record of
an unbroken sucession of admirable
film plays. Crandals, Metropolitan
Thebter this week lsesents a double
feature program of;exceptlonal enter
talnment value. Viola Dana, Meto's
vivacious young star. ham never been
seen upon the - Screen in a more dO
lightfil romantic oomedy than "The
Onshore Piat the splndd..I.
turiiAtiton" of P. hEtt Pitseral4's
widely reid SLaturday' Evecing Post
story, whfh. 'serves An the obier att
traction o'er thie in.awgurl period.
The plot is wolesone, br"i in fIO
meat. and replete with- s)rdrise. The
acting of the princil J by, Miss
Dana "d ' k I ais in
Senie lnCs11 ao Oerting sh .
the 'ateilf investi rt eb. A t1a
lend thli aijgrbsin* - M ae e4
Public approval 'f the week's bill.
upon whicli Larry -eSoh ni thO co
star in b-is latest Vitagraph special
cone4y pro4uctiqn, "!.%b ports#t.,"
has bilten pwanifested ' eapacitl at
tendshce nee the' Spddy ope ng.
"The Spie 'u" '. (I two-reel al
surdity, w hits locae IA the land
>f the Outan. which inay be confi
dently relied upon to create laughs at
a faster rate than Pord'hn flivVers.
"Playahn'g of asdAW4y.'
Although "The Plaything of Broad
way" is, only her second starring pic
ture, the beautiful - Justine John
stone -in ItU as presented -at Meore's
Rialto Tbeater-all thia-week abows in
mistakahle sigs -of bocouning one of
the most appealing emotional actressa
es df the motion pietpre world. A
fact testified to by the capacity au
dience- which have been: greeting
every bhowing to dabs. The-story do
picted which' is sensatios'al to the ex
treme. has been- latebly staged in
every deiall. - An unuwally strong
cast 4 seen In Sppert of tbe star.
Interefting' and, hihliy amusing
short subjects in both 'comedy and
educational' lines together with or
chestral features.- w'bich are added
hits 'of the bill, complete a most
LOEW' -PALAC - .
DV686 Coegy LBf.,
Dorothy (Gish, the sereenp'sratedt
farceuse, and .,taster IKeaton, a brosa
comedian without a. leer iin - the
photoplay realm, are tire two bright
particulcr staesof the 4ouble-eouuedy
bill that is being presented for the
delectation of photoplay enthusiasta
during inaugural ugeek at Loew's
l, "Th'le GIhost In the Garret;' a
romantic -'eomid - mysterious classic,
.Dorothy Gih sets some new laugh
records in cixty4.e minutes of eon
vulsive hilarity, and Keaton com
pletely pboetrates the .audie ce with
his coreamingiy funny '"The aunted
-Other creen and macleaR attrae-.
ten round out . p bill of , upreme
A enbational -and fomantic stow
of life -end -advemtu~e in New York
and Umyrna, presented am a Corinne
Griffith epecial predeetien by 'Vita
graph pictures, will ocoufP the screen
at Meere's Garden Theater as the
det ef- ttraetien the last three days
et the ourrenut wek.
Aside from -the mtany tone situe.
tiens -depicted which provfde hfiss'
GrIffIth with eueellent epportualitis
for the display of her powers of 'ex
pressoton '" t Isurt Being DOne this
dessen" furnilshes 1,e with a vehicle
Ia which s wears ntany of the muoat
beautiful gowni i4et.- (his yeat. Ac
enpllent east ineluding Wall y Crute,
p hkries Weilesleg, Walste' Cagnsbell,
olhn (Charlee and Nel U ponioer, Is
ceen in- suppOrt.
Upeetal subeidiory features and au
interpretative orokestra ocore acconuJ
?ay~ all. presentatiouns
"The Treast nasmm4
Crandalls t(niekerboeker .Theater,
'Dighteenth cttleoe nd Columbia road,
annoumoce ce its ehief photoplay at
traction for today and Inauguratin
Day, Pate' powerful drama of do
meetle oempleations. ''The Truant
Manmnd." -Ia whieb She st5lar roles
are stay.g with Srengih and ckili
by Betty Ulythe and Nahles Hami
See. As an added omesedy offering
will be shows a mew and highly amus
1ng eamera farce, entitled, "Mr.
em aMes..ay eml e e u .a.
mu e s es s m
TheP poeneeres the advestl!V
a young man who isherited aPWOW
legacy ad a strage 601
to a CUM geg pupAIs.
er ......,. S., a.d wrde
CrsadaWru sa lemes emo as O E
Naviesre Seab O s I-M f so,
1.3 V.11WY, 0ldg chalif Arv. a"
8 Rees s V Vair Girl. Is til
laughable 061dee. -Fria" PIPUTedh."
A deljthti p4 't hishoeIe
esived the "meieiof a s mest
and efeal sets In
be Shows at the eaisies Thaer III
urday morsing bait " 1600
W'leek. Seh di*s LA
threp reelsi r alMo.
Dol1W Circus. the t . 's..wi
shows for 4b.eat,.ktM ebildfop
et the Capital
All of those whe-partietpated l Othe
eosferance at the District Buildifg
gonday who Motion picture einsor
ship was diseussed pro and con have
bees invited to witness this produe
All priees have bees reduced to 29
ad 0 eent s
msi.g..- . - . -*:
Aht adattea of thO43ret' MiegaI
we to theh wb idhd 'Ihs thi" ~e
double4leader" at hd'Aeade' es4zd
for toalftow. P ' "mat
danee- fra 1 4 6 '.o'ulok *ill act
as a forbanmer ef th6 big ovent of
the year. thq hqzko Zaii ral Cali
val in the yeeI. trOul :36 to .12,
at which tWbe *t vast editoilimn
and the spacious private ball-1oeft
will be thrown into .me. 'Two larg.e
orchestra# will furnish a spgciaPsP.
gram of bright. snappy mai MAd
appropriate souveairs, 'unese Marr
prises.' nilemakerd ana
confettl will be prdiMaIly
among tie host of 'atrosa AP4ete
gigr -Vbp *- -6%b
Sir Philip Gibba, the emindat Wmg
lish writer-locturer, who will be^gb
membered fbr his very litelltieni Iad
forceful lecture given recently be
fore a capacity audienee at * Poll's
Theater i Is sanoumeed for a return
engagefeipt 1\ the same theater the
afternooh of March 6, under the local
management of T. Arthur Smith. Mr.
Gibbs will come prepared to give 4
very comprehensive discourse *n "Th.e
Irish Situation. Past. Present and
Future." TieRets may be obtainet at
the offices of T. Arthur Smith. 1306 G
PRICE GERES COUT
That be virtuallr danced hMoself 'to
death. -waa the statement made 'by
John- Bormeorsy. sA Hyattsvnlet
owner of Nyatisvile' shitmytiog
and -toddling roester. which is dead.'
According to Mr. Bonaceorey. ' the
roosterv"daceed so muh tht it -'o
came -8e thin and .weakad that it
fell easy prey to pneumo*ia. Does.
corsy says the rooster was hig faenette
f'- and his passing was a-imbp
Governor Ritchie. has agpoisted- W.
Brooke Hunter. of MAst Hyattsville. a
justice of the pea"e for the Hyatts
ville district. Hunter 'erved , term
under Governor Warfield and anothdr
under the late Governor Crothera
At a meeting of Eureka Grange,
Chillutp district, in Grange Hai, a
committee consisting of George A.
Oude. a former cnunty edinipasiir.
Thomas Miller. and LAwiS Miller Ips
appointed tp wait uoa 'e cduty'
commissioners and coqq y euard of
education, and urge t&. to
do al-in their powr Is
The meetieag was *, f
'J. Bnds 3&ay, 'ma~ter.
In the elimination diflto ~m~ y
,F at the Natiosial 1uddA1 lat
night for men without"" I wdi
tary experienced-ranir' arL~ds, o~f
Hyattsvilie. was awarded first prise.
Truxtun Goodrell. -a - panishb 'w
'veteran, of Silver Spring. *Matgla
ery oounlty, Md-was deelesed 'the best
'drilled kan with previouo'.trafatag.
The victor . in .eadh essteet was
awarded a prime of $5 in gull.
Capt. Thompson-A..Lyme' e fofmer
first lieutenant of Contomy 'V-*e
judge. The ostests W150 hi I gent
neetton with the drive'to steqjs
being .waged by Compt '; 'Caet,
John Nf. Brooks anoqpsesw that ?o
date seven recyutqhy satlisted.
The are Cartynel J. . 9m o~.former
1eular army man: (~fw'yWilson,
daurtee L. Bresnahap 3Tosses V.
Belt,. Arthur 1P. Shankltrq, .7Mp..q.,
Coughlin. and Chaflen 1. Npruld, JJp
Of Hyattsville. '.'.: - -'
James 3. Shreve,' supersise of as
sessmnents for Prince Oootgfa cdunty,
has notified texpayers et Riverd' alb
election district that tha county eem-,
missioner, on March'14,witj gye ..
hearing to those taxpdyers wh a4
feel aggrieved in regard '(i6 til eq
jtsstment of assessment' ef rehi ebt .
in the district. Prota 'Ia *in
will be given -preget-csie3rfg
fle l in the county eetneff I'0069b'f-,
Ace by the' date ef' t106 -~ k gr.
Shrove states. ''* TI
A movement to bedtify the 'bekluu'
aind waters ef the'Maea behmy
from RIteidala to Wyattsertile 'ad. ff
the ides proves popular, to ab like
wise in other cogninfunitiet all'ine Way
from Laurel' to Bladensberg, ther' ens
tire length of the stream, has bA
started by Mrs. Eva'(~ C. a~~e
Riverdule. 'chairmnah of thee
epmmittee of the Puinee t,
County Fedeatnof Wgen i
Features of an open inveting of the'
Riverdale Currest 'Teste, Club last
might at the home of Mrs. Jesse la
Lane were an interpretation of 'the
tragedy, "Romeo and Juliet." by Dr.
James Hugh Keeley,' of'Washingteq;
whistling sleetless b*' . Muog DaviM C.
.usoall, and a rotation by coussir.
ma. W. T Thr
IMPORTANT SA INGS ABOUND
The seekly clearance of odd lots, discontinued styles, limitedqqualttles and broken assortments of good.-offerlng a
wbaderf array of bsgals sure to Iterest the thrifty shopper,
.. #W9 ..F.e, .. ean& in Remnants of Silks
A Spectal Sale of W&,.df Two Lo' 'o'w
Aw Sash Bat
.Every women who attends this Remnant Sale tomor
Ver NW ms AN t row will be able to save generously on the most wanted silks
S m u t~ fo r' Sth ese lo e e L audieg be handry f r frs h i e
$ for spring and summer wear. Nothese lowered prices and
&0"r foLOrN"eesm CdM* be here early for first choice.
Silks'Worth Up to $1.25 Yard
e SPo N-nch Cored P lkaille . 3inch
Stlp il opi. 6-nh oordjapaneeSik a
sbStu.wekik.Inueu lengths and a Clod
rage of oolors. lay at' yar ... ... )
6Silk Worth Up to $2.50 Yard
ce iene. ll-il Tu .lnd 0. $.25
t from......rd.. All
A wonderful lot of stylish Sash Hats ready'for to- FridY Renart Sale of
reerow's speclt sellrng-4fered greatly below. regular
because we Were abletp purchase them tbat way.
Smart, youthful, narrow-brimmed sailors in foUr H
diferent styles and poke-shaped hats-Just the type that
misses and women will find particularly becoming and $5.00 to $6.50 $34
appropriate for immediate wear. Values at e
JPhaty of nerrowbrin sapers with coabiati* ioors of
g tte band. These are slightly soiled and mussed from hadling,
.., Colmr Iashim the Folowhg:th reason for this unusual reduction. All double-bed szs
Or~M 64x 76, ,66x8O and 72x80 inches; in white or gray, with va
Coosnnidrious color borders.
Smd-Tmb Blak Ge0
3=d Friday Remnant Sale of
Chidrwn's Spring.Ht~$.5M n' new a n
Tssale that shoghd brsig mathens heroslosew fto so-h
thct Spea sts forfth c ildrr t s unde ofrLezed c aAl M iladoub d s
676x and 2x0s nchesw; trimmed wiin gwohtgywh.
- Childen's SpFngrHath$n.s
and 4treamers. All the leading Spring coors reprd
_o_ _ _ _ __ea_- _. Ule r .etel le at a .- er w S h irts a t
Grdg aBinhea-U o Remnant Vof N.T ae ev abiga o~~o rmnsit
iuhr anudlor eobluec oods net
U . ....a r a, e aga........ . . . .1 . ........ras p ck ts
35c Vaue att .f see
<lrw y '. icuCluen- Up of Remnants a a, trn s .. ..he.remn
Of 00,.-M alt IMa o havy (Collars to nuatoh at 12%c~
Wiht dbanht fan.e. perf-ct
otWhite and Coloreda WoshGfullodut lesef from 12 bu we
'Coore = l i soiled from at ST410--Of high-goAe blank
seling.-l ,,weredtto point that shouldn bring, thrfttsop
an..................59lo shawl or notch-Co lar; medium
pers Ut WAS hr tow' p sea and large size. Fri
n rdmLn aerci ad lge Shirts. hrg Of r. daarat .............
35c Value ac1e; & few of drah; slightdl .'s n ] a
COLOREDct:ODINCLUDE::iok oquality macc cotton fully
15 oL n in tt loB li- Creri orced; black only sc
Ret day at...............
Frfywe include in this Remnant Sale il emna.nodsP vlus
m59c aluee t Friday at
of White and Colored Wsh Goods left from a busy week's lot of Menu-Sweat
-Cottos Ifo 8~r to a. 3poinch Maye-e r11& Ba~re 4oee4.
hatsholdbrig hrity ho- *Pincluding Notair. Myr
knit and other hinb-srade rence Wills Balbrig an Under
pers here to purchase for p resent and future needs. makes. V neck, and ro I collar .W* r. light welg t. broken
WHITE GOODS INCLUDE: -Loanloth. -Pajana Checks, styles; various weaves; mo"l site%;uecs. o rid ar
India Lim osFu Mercerized Lawn, rnisshIng :mal a edium '29 f rseular 59C
Ind L NFrit ne A Ier.
Voile3c o and 40 inches wide.
;%OWD GOODS IXCLUDE: Silk-and-Cotton Mhyed Toldo~of~.0 t 80
SilksdreBlue inamaCheks Mer ried Bathe k o-t. o
pe ateo All Wool Dreu Gooda aty$1.25
Remnnts f W sh G ods antHere is a list of Dres Goods that will satisfy every
a for women's and children's wear-at savings that
3- m~~~ake iar owis enm to rchs ie egh.I.
(59c Values at C arcluded are
tl ate dfC it. and Colored Wash Goods. Including 3MinhCk34 InchClrdLn"siiw 7tetmr epnta of ine all-wool materials, tacil as Freach U
92--tIf ole er , a -..&. S. ..-e S-iti-g Ste Sege All
.Frar. 1Remnant SaalU of
y-u AURWgslatress Goods1atft..25
k~t-Here is a list of DrdssiGoodruthetswRugs.atisfe-woery
ug. n'gre. ronre. vt us:inflrl ad&mna ke Fi iseomyto andchMse seents.n
meat'eBrandaWofl medall-woogradterilss,8 ft.h as I Vel
Sere, aanshaergiSogs.Satin, SormSere,7ll
desigaa gooddcolorcolo4r- haad
Fiay Reman Sale offrtl rlyrmrabevlusI mat
u gs and~3j Floo Cov rngpigDess Pl otSis SeaaeSlt
Luatu..S. htar am nes gn 10~esil ft. c amen ~. ~qatto t~ eprsnigseilpl~iS d~h
t utilty.inaestan most wasd
0oldeebe~.P*esr. width. Friday at . .r. . Nw pigNwSum kri
Friday Remnant Sale ofDrsV le Up v uut$O;
Women's $2 hose at $1
Remnant lo't of Women's Black Fiber Silk Hose, also a aspoiamsel.frnasleidmce f
few pair of.Thread Silk in the lot; all with mock seam back; *thom 9 aeil htnw srn oes I
the bladk' kre slightly -lmpei'fect, while the colors are perfect euigTfea i, *trc o
quality; broken sizes. clte rctna4~f
We0s S.Kee p, E$''.** dd * .e .".lro . 20kg n ege .i tjoed mdu~u
leofWme's N~jl- eigt kweari 5cts. ai. ls
oteo, round ind flat tyes in~cr arns assrtent ofl vaius Sms, ltl
devll makeompeste ragf lprfe n.ole rmbn
tion. Frday t..... ?7e~~at....F.ur..ExceptionalVn5 Offeri~W~nge i
Frid~j' emantSae o -$32e 0 Spring.7 Spa ried for
15 einigo heaoWomen whoissearun
o srchisplendid rearkane covalue ain.ati ndw
omeninew Dree, atl scas Sut ndSprteSit
Wome's Nckwer o orgndynetand acein at. ate oftefmshom ofpreaning ehigh rchaakt tf
tuxeo, oundandflatstyes, n a assrtmnt o vaiou coesio nsthatI affdr~d, unutsa offeing o thoe -ol
wi1 maeofpqd ta uoethe
lng. Ve.1bf anh .ematerias.eothot