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PRESS AGENTS' GOSSIP .AJOUT THEIR WARES cow rimi su non raoa ???. te?n plays wer? pre?ented during tb? ?n??gement. Including three new one?. Four other play? bad never previously been sveen in Indianapolis. Th? com pany include? Georg? Omul, Gregory Kelly. J. M. Kerrigan. Margaret Mower, Aldiich Bowker. Judith Lowry. Neatrte? Maud? and Edgar Stohll. "Nancy Le?.** a play of comedy and modera realism by Eugene Walter in which Ml?? Charlotte Walker play? th? title rol?, will come to the National Theatre week Of November II. "Nancy Lee" I? not a sentimental story of the South. ?? th? tltl? might imply, but on th? contrary, a virile, forceful p!?y of everydiv lit? recalling "Paid In Full." "Th? Eaaleat Way." *The Wolf ?nd other auccesses by the great American dramatut. It li a teniely Interesting portr?y?l of a woman? triumph over debt? *nd doubt?, a photographic picture of the ?ham ?nd deceit of women who live beyond their mean?. Tomorrow night Arthur Hopkins will reopen his Plymouth Theater in New Tork with "A Very Good Young Man.** In a few week? Charlotte Walker will be Mt forth In "N?ncy Lee." the play by Eugene Walter In which ihe appeared last Spring She win begin her season at th? standard Theater on October T, On Saturday night at the Cort The ater, Chicago. Marie Cahlll will give h*r laat perfoi-snance there of Ihe Oeorge V. Hobart-Herbert Hall Wlnalow comedy. "Just Around the Corner." Thi? will the lOUt perform ance of the piece at th? Cort, Miss C?ht!l having opened her engagement *n June. Following the Chicago run Miss Ca hlll will take a test of severa! weeks prior to her appearance at a ? road way theater In Just Around the Corner." Aver? Hopwoorl's comedy. "Double Exposure." opens In New York Tues day nlL-ht. August 27. The date of the opening wa? changed from Mon day to Tu*?day. in ordsr not to con flict with another opening. Henry W. Savage announces lhat Mitzi will open at the George M. Cohan Theater on Thursday, August ?**. In the musical play. "Head Over Heels." The book ?nd Ivrics are by Edgar Allan Woolf and the music by Jerome Kern. Emma Cam?' former partner In -vaudeville fame and emolument U in ?he army and William B. Tayl??- ia taking his place, but ready to g? to the front when hi? name is calle!. The War Camp Community Service will furnish the following program for ?he entertainment of soldiers, sailors and government clerks, at the Sylvan Theater on the southeast slope ot the Washington Monument this week. Monday at 7:30, band concert by the Fort Myer Band, community sing J?d by Prof. DyKema at ? and moving pictures at V?rt, Douglas Fairbanks in ?'The Man from Painted Post.'* Wednesday, at 7:.H>. concert by the Navv Yard, community singing led by Prof. DyKema at * and moving pic tures at san. Marguerite Clark in ?'Bah'? Diary ? Friday at 7 ??. concert by the Engineer's band, community singing led by Prof. DyKema at 8 and moving picture? at ?:??.. M?ry Plckford In "The Little American." Thorn?? Conkey. the successful ?nitor of "Fiddlers Three" which eomes to the National Theater week of August 34th. was also a successful merchant before he felt the lure of ?he stage. His parents provided with ;|he wherewith?! to open a dry good.? Store in Cleveland. Ohio, and the ?family hopea were being fulfilled when Air. Conkey succumbed to the eulogis 41- criticisms of the musical critica -??hen he made hs first appearance In ehonis. sold out the dry goods store to the first bidder and went on the ??age. : Clifford Brooke, who Is directing the production of "Fiddlers Three'* which ?rimes to the National Theater, week of August 24th, has several successes, tr? hi? credit. He helloed to produce SPeter Ibbetson," both here and in England, he stftged "Our Betters" and ft present I.? working "Fiddlers Three" ?nd "He Didn't W?nt To Do It." ;Je?n Stewart I? one of the leading ??embers of the cast of the "Seven Days' Leave" company, which com? (any appear? at Poll'? thla week. "A happy family reunion will take fUc? at the Gayety Theater thi? ?Seek, when Manager Harry O. Jarboe ?4*111 greet his father. R. Fuller Jarboe. ?kustcal director of the Million Dollar Cous, the current attraction. Mr. ?arboe, sr. la accompained by hi? Wife. CURRENT ATTRACTIONS rotsTtxcKD mosi rio? on?. ari?? the master singers. "For Pity s Sake." Gilbert and Frledland. ?md the other? appreciated last Eh ** Meere'? Garde??"T? The Hlgke*? Bidder." Alice Joyce will be pictured at Moore'? G?rden Theater the flrst three day? of thi? week a? ?tar of an ap pealing and expertly directed photo pi?.. "To the Highest Bidder." which ?Septets the story of ? plucky girl who father than submit to tbe extortion of the town'? Croesus who held ? mort gage upon the little home she wa? try ing to save for a younger brother, ?old herself from tb? auction block to the highest bidder. The fact that her ?worn enemy w?? her purchaser was not revealed to the girl until her cou?*? s ?sous tight against overwhelming odd? had aroused his true manh', ?d ?nd her problems were wiped away On Wednesday and Thursday th? feature of th? Garden's b M will' be Vlt?gr?ph's plcturisatlon of th? fer mar stsge ?ueeeaa. 'Love Watches." Corinne Griffith la aeen in the chief roi?. Misa Griffith'? endowment r.f beauty, personal charm and dramatic ability ?quip? her edmlrabir to vis us Ks? a particularly fascinating .tac que 11 ne Far the but two day? of the week Carmel Myer? will occupy the Gard:n ?creen ?? pictured star if tha latest Bluebird rele?*e. "Th? Dream Lady." hi which ?he assume? tb? role >>f a yeung woman of means who under takes ta make dream? eomi true by opening a fortune toller's -stsbllsh itasmt and devoting her Income lo that ?nd. M????'? ?tr???!?"Tbe Hamme ot Mirth." An all-alar eaat is pictured In j Muro'? picturtsatlon of Edith Whar ton*a ?or?! "The House of Mirth." th? feature or th? photoplay bill at Moor?'? Strand Theater the fir? four ?lay? of this week, beginning today. Th? central character in thi? revela- ? ti?* of presstnt-stay ?ocl?! conditions to Uly Bart, Impersonated by Katha rine Harri? Barrymore. whose Inor *n?te fontine?? for luxury caused her career in society to follow a gradu ally ?iMcendlac eour?? until utter' ig News Ue-jradatton brought ?boat -resHu tkm of tho valu? of genuino love and I '? wine outlook upon life. Other roles of Importance are entrusted to Henry' KolJcer, Joseph Kllgour, Edward Abo lee and Christine Mayo. Beginning Thursday, end continuing j through tho week, th? Strand will | | offer another meritorious feature In j "Tho Million Dollar Dollies." with the fascinating Dolly Bisters, Rosalka and Tanost. pictured in the tftle roles. The action of this subject is aa full of "pep" a? the dancing of Ita ?tars and tho settings are sufficiently gor geous to provide appropriate . back ground for a veritable Arabian Night's feast of pictorial splendor. Gayety??Tbe Milito* Dollar Dolla.** "The Million Dollar Dolls.?* a won derful beauty ahow. le the week'* attraction at the Oayety Theater, commencing with today's usual per formances. It brings forth some of the best talent In burlesque, headed by Cliff Bragdon and Ede Moe. the young California prima donna. They will exhibit their personalities In a two-act musical myth entitled "In a Whirl of pleasure." produced under the direction of John Q. Jermon. The supporting cast Includes such notables as James Peck, a clever 'straight" man; Harold Carr, a singer of unusual ability: Tom Olllen. known as "Flnnegan's Friend:" Ed ward Dunbar. eccentric; Josephine Turner, soubrette, and Norria Barry. ingenue. Another and a highly Im portant feature Is a large and care fully selected chorus of pretty and shapely girls, possessed with some what more than ordinary vocal powers and terpstchore&n ability. Cm>mmwt%? ?Maklnr Movie Stars.* ? feature of special interest In the Cosmos bill this week will be the photoplays made recently on the Cos mo? stage by the "Making Movie Stars" company, with Washington amateurs as the players. With them will be shown ,??.?? the pictures of the laughing audience* th.it saw them made. McKay's Scotch Revue, will be the headline feature of the bill. It is an offering of the songs, dance* and peculiar music of the Scotch Highland.**. Ed Howland's classic. "Back to Birmingham" will bo a laughing number, and Miller and Lyle will brim? an offering "From the Realms of Darkness." Others will in clude a rodeo of western sports and I son--.?* by the Wyoming Trio: Mae Curtis, a.dainty song comedienne, and Charles ? lass with hi? big piano-ac cordion. Mme. Alla Nasimova will be the added matinee feature In her latest photoplay. "Revelaiion." a drama of great power, and the Hearst Pathe News will complete the bill. Today-.?? features will be the Juve niles in "The Rising Generation" rnd i.olden's International revue, "Around \ the World." with a fine supporting bill, the performances starting at 3. p.m. I, y re ???-^Tke Trail Hitler?." One of the season's new burlesque successes, "The Trail Hitters" will be the offering at the Lyceum Theater tins wooJk, be^inninc with a matinee this afternoon. In prodoeinir "The Trail Hitters" this season James K. Cooper has spared no expense to make the ag gregation one of the lending lights of the Americ.in circuit. He has se cured Johnny Weber, former, vaude ville f.*. vori te. as comed?a n-ln-chlef. aaoisted by Qeonre S. Banks, Charles Edwards and Don Trent. Augusta ?*???? is the prima donno of the show, with Elsie Bostel the In cm ne prima donna and Babe Richman the sou brette. Hnl Dyson has furnished the music for "The Trail Hitter*'* and Raymond R. Perei will direct the musical num bers. The girls of the chorus, twenty in number, will be costumed In ward robe effects secured by Mr. Cooper from a lnrge dteplay of the season's offering in New York. Tfce Cnslao Tbeater. The Casino Theater. Washington's newest burlesque theater will stage a mammoth show entitled. 'The Bur lesk Show of Wonders,** with a company of fifty people. Headed by the International Comedy Four and an all-star ag gregation of fun makers supported by a chorus of thirty-six bewitch ing beauties who disport themselves in glad abandon and the legal amount of costume. "The Burlesk Show of Wonders*? promises full AMUSEMENTS. At *? n*>hltai?ton's Only Real l.lre Amusement Park G LEU ECHO Admission Free ^amW TODAY IV ADDITION TO AM. IHR BIG FEATURES CHARLES O. MILLS' BAND Villi It m ?Irr Paar Kr?-?? ? ono-rf? From *l:"tO ?a ??::??. THE NEW LYCEUM I'raaa. Avrmoe ?nd F.leveath Mr???? ??. ; ?inn. Kr.okll? "36?. THE ???.?G? ?IK Briil.KSQl*, JAME? ?~|??G??'?? l'rfwnU The Trail Hitters With Johanr Weber. Blaain? a Triai ?o the T?snd nf '.aochtar. With M.iTv Maid? and M.lodin,? Mrln.li?. Automobile Races Labor Day September 2 Benning Track, D. C. SANQION A. A. A. G?? ???*??Camp Mein? ?ad Ifaral G?? Factory. Geaeral Ad.al.alaa. ?We, Inrladl?? War Tax. Marshall Hal "Oa Ihe Beaattrul Pol??*?..' FREE DANCING l.ar?BBt PariHon Soul? ?at Uro lark ? All Other Iwimaaia. ?teaaaer Ckarle? Maralrst.r Uail? A ?Uli lib it Wharf l? A ? . ti M? r. m ?(earner ? AS ? ? AL LA WASHINGTON VS. ST. LOUIS Tteke? OssW Ops-it.'?? Park ?|? A. M. .Cate? ????? ?? | r. X, 7 w ia?.ay i?n pi. ss narr ia a a?., mwt m JO I". U Me Bounil Trip, lac w.i na. ?aaer Dallr? Kt<-??? Sand?y. fat V.raaa a? I? A. M. aad SiM P. M. and Side measure of entertainment Several surprise feature? are ?cheduled In addition to a lively eklt and a gen erous song and laugh menu. Chesapeake Beaeb. Pleasure seekers at Chesapeake Beach this week will be entertain d by the Clark Rastillan?, acrobats and aerial performer?, who will remain another ?even day? aa the free vaude ville attraction, giving exhibitions ilally at I and I o'clock. The after noon and evening ?how? will be dif ferent. In cool, ?hady groves along tha beach all-day picnic parties may spread their lunch, loll on the soft graa?, and from quaint pavilion? ob tain a beautiful view of the broad bay. If they care for a more active day. they may fish and crab from the 1.000-foot pier or refreah them selves by a plunge In the salty surf. In the evening, when the after-of fice crowds arrive, the mile board walk Is the center of attraction. ? This boardwalk offers a dellghtrul ! promenade, facing which are count lees amusement?-??.??? Derby ? acer. merry-go-round, "Bughouse," "Killing the Kaiser." and all. There la also a ; big free pavilion where dancing may be enjoyed to music by a large hand. Cafes on shore offer attractive menus I for those whose appetltea are whetted by the aalty atmosphere. Loew'a Cetasabla?"Federa.** Today and continuing until Thurs day Pauline Frederick will be seen at Loew's Columbia. In a plcturisa tlon of Sardou'a play. "Fedora." Mlas Frederick will be seen as a Russian prince?? whose fiance. Count Vladi mir Androvltch. Is ?lain by Loris Ipanoff, a Jealous husband, and she pursues the supposed murderer to Parts, where she obtains a confession from him, or rather, a complete Justi fication. Comedy and current-event pictures will also be shown in sddl tion to the feature. Thursday and for the last half of the week Blllle Burke will be ?een In "In Pur?ult of Polly." ?'lea Eebe Parb. Charles O. Mills, leader of the Glen Echo Park Bank, will conduct the free open-air concerts this afternoon and evening at the pop ular park. The flrst ot the four concerts will begin at 3:30 o'clock. A long 11st of amnsement?, In cluding the three belt park ride? to be found In any resort?the grav ity railway, the whip, and the derby racer?will be In operation for amusement ?eeker?. Weekday nigntai dancing Is added to the list of amusement?. Cars direct to the park pass through the downtown section. Felly. The current attraction at the Folly I Theater ta a most pretentious produc | tion, with many sets of scenery, sn j elaborate wardrobe appointment and | extra added features. Ths cast Is I headed by Irving Hampton and Jack ! Garrison, while Loretta Gall assumes ; the leading feminine role. The sup ? porting companv consista of Shlrlev ! Milieu. Ruby Garrison. Lottie Gib bons. Jeanne MacDonald, Ruth Haser, Mabel Garrison. Charolette Chastlne, Dorothy Allen and Annette Freeman. Great Palla Park. Today at beautiful Great Falls Turk there will be special attractions for the crowds of pleasure seekers who find thl? the Ideal place for a day's outing. Concerts of sacred, popular and classic musical selections wilt be given by the i.n.ii.-s Liberty Orchestra. Free lights of motion pictures are alao shown. Even ing? on weak day? there l? free danc ing In th? plcture?qu? pavilion over looking tha falla which at night ara lighted by powerful search light?. Many attraction? for children are provided. There ara also to be seen interest ing evidence? of tbe engineering skill of Washington Including a mill dam. forge, canal, eta Great Falls Park Is reached by fast electric trains which leave tha terminal at Thirty-sixth and If streets northwest frequently and the ride through the near Virginia hills Is a pleasing part of the day's outing. Marshall Hall. Washington's only river resort - Marshsll Hall?provides an Ideal ren ?'< ?vous for the seeker of Sunday diversion. A wide variety of amuse ment? I? to be enjoyed there, while p?enle partie? will find that every fa cility for their comfort has been provided. The steamer Charles afac alestsr will make three tripa today, leaving the Seventh street wharves at 10 a. m., 2:30 and 6:30 p. m. All 1? In readlnea? for the thirty fourth annual tournament and drei? ball which will be held at Marshall Hall next Wednesday. KIWANIS CLUB HUNTS FOR PROFITEERING Wive? of Member? Watch Fair Price List and Overcharging. "Wive? of the members ot the Klwanla Club are hunting for proflt eerlng," said G. R. Fletcher, chair man of tbe committee on profiteering yesterday who announced that bla committee would be ready to report shortly. Roe Fulkerson, chairman of the planning committee, announced that the club would go to Baltimore on August 2R to confer with the Bal timore Kiwanis Club aa to a bit drive to aid tbe liberty loan cam paign. Th? Washington club yester day subscribed for tSOO ot the bond? for a starter. ?'We are making a careful Investi gation of profiteering charges," con tinued Mr. Fletcher at his onice In the Wllkln? Building. "We have ask ed wives and members of our famille? to watch the fair price lists and re port any overcharges to the proper government officials. Then If th?y cannot get action, "?-hether It be on the price of meat or In rents, we will see what can be done. "The ? name of profiteering here has been sent broadcast throughout^.?he country, and we want a square ?leal for the Washington business men. Thus far we have found that prices charged here by our hotels do not compare unfavorably with hotel? of the same cla?? In other cities.*' A week from Wednesday the Ki wanis Club goes to Baltimore as guests at luncheon at the Hotel Emer son and a shore dinner. One day va cation plans for the liberty loan drive will be mapped out and the question of organizing a Klwanl? dis trict made up of Maryland and the District ot Columbia win be dis cussed. Mr. Fulkerson ?ay? a full membership of the club will go to Baltimore. On the anniversary of the death of Constantino Paleolotru? XI. the last Kmperor of the East, a solemn requiem waa celebrated at Athene. The Metropolitan of Athens In a ser mon point?"d out that not a single em peror of the Greeks had died In Ms bed; they all died on the field of bat tle. ? AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. Continuou? Daily, 10 A. M. to 11 P. M. Week Dar Matt. 15c STRAND lilil? Evenin?*?, 25c TODAY?MON.?TUES.?WED. METRO PRESE-UT? A MAGNIFICENT PICTrRI**:ATION OK ????? HHAHTOV-l DISTINGUISHED AND ?Mili.? III? tlMIKD NOVEL, ENTITLED THE HOUSE OF MIRTH It? oMI'tRABI.Y EXACTED IPOlaJ THE SCREEN BY KATHARINE BARRYMORE HENRY KOLKER JOSEPH KILGONR EDWARD ABELES AMI OTHER NOTED PLAYERS WHO COMPI.ETE AN IMPRESSIVE ALL-STAR CAST I ??'THURSDAY?FRIDAY?SATURDAY-??! METRO OPFERS THE FASCINATING AND GIFTED DOLLY SISTERS IN A GLITTERING M all'i Kl. OP REAl'TY. ROMANCE AND tilt I \ II III: AS THRILLING AS IT IS ?HARMING AND AS PICTURESQUE AS IT IS t'NVSt'AL. ENTITLED THE MILLION DOLLAR DOLLIES '' ? Week Day Matt. 10c I GARDEN Evening? ISc TODAY?MONDAY?TUESDAY. VITAGRAPH'S SUPERB Rl.l'E RIBBON FEATURE ALICE JOYCE 1ST To the Highest Bidder WEDNESDAY?THURSDAY. ANOTHER E\ AMPLE OF VITAGRAPH'S ARTISTRY. CORRINNE GRIFFITH IK Love Watches II ill I FRIDAY?SATURDAY. BLUEBIRD'S VIVAC ??? S COMEDIENNE CARMEL MYERS IK The Dream Lady ?TIEFT PIANOS eXCLUSIVELY. the Stai J?P LEADER IK VLADIVOSTOK OF OLD SCHOOL Gen. Otan i Has Funston Jaw and Marse Henry Mustache. At the Japanese Embuay ther? U much nodding? of head? and smiling ?t the mention of Gen. Klkulo Otanl'? . Dime?which; Is th? em busy'? way ot ?eying what a fine man th? ranking officer of the ?Hie Ruolin expedition really I?, Oen. Otanl 1? regarded ?? one of th? most brilliant officer? In. the Japanese army, qualified by tem perament and experience to lead the fore?? which are going; to tho Aid of the Ruiiitn people. In plain American, h? would be called a "?oldler of the old school.' He 1? eMentlally a lighter. A? a member of th? army council, he has a responsible ?hare In the delibera tions of Japan'? supreme military body. He wa? summoned to that duty from "Tslen-Chlaow, where he was governor general. To visualize him, think of sturdy, straight-backed person with a Fred Kunston Jaw And a Marse Henry Watterson mustache. The mustache Is gray. ?len. Otanl has just passed his ?lxty-?econd year. But he Is as ?clive a? a junior subaltern. Aa leader of the Japanese army In the Russimi expedition he will cover mora or less familiar ground. He wa? a brigade commander in the Russo-Japanese war. It Is not felt here, however, tha? there will be any resentful memory among the Slav? because of that former connection. In the war between China and Japan, twenty year? ?go, Otanl was - AMUSEMENTS. re and th JAP LEADER Oen. Klkuavo OUnl. a veteran ofth? Chlno-JapaneM and the Russo-Jap anese war?, ha? been placed In com mand of the Japanese army which i* to occupy Vladivostok. As ?u?h he will be the ranking officer of the Amerlcan-Ja*?ancse expedition to Si beria. chief of staff. He ha? a splendid rec ord of efficiency, having- come up through the ranks from a second lieu tenancy? hi?"rank when he gradual?d from the Military Academy? Tokio, thirty-nine year? ago. He ?ra? made a full general two year? ago. ? In hi? rapacity as ranking officer, he will be In close touch with the commander? of the various allied armies composing the exi?editioa. Of ficials of the Japanese Kmbasay ?ay he will In every way ful!ill the exac tion? of that trying position. An Italian aviator recently crowed the Adriatic and flew over Albania, a distance of G.93 miles. In five hours and forty-ftie minutes. AMUSEMENTS. POLIS TONIGHT, 8:20, AND AIL THIS WEEK. Mat?. Thundaf aad Saturday. Price?: Matinee?, 25c to SI.50. Evening*. 50c to $2.00. No?? la It? Third Yrar la Lvadon. Rrlna Plittrd v|.iulissi>.B.It In Aaatralla. Soath Africa, and Canada. THE BIG MILITARY-NAVAL MELODRAMA, SEVEN DAYS LEAVE By WALTER HOWARD. WHh dhr Saaar lll.llnnulshrd Ca?< of Plaa.r?. anal 1AO ntkrr?. tike IVrformrd In Id nt thr Park Thrnlrr. \'oat ? ?irk. for Tttrntt- "? nkt I? Ovrr -WO^MM) 1 I.rill. U and I'adrluliralls -In.plr. ?i IVr.iin?. ?far-a?:!: THE YANKEE CRUISER. ?\ ITU REAL Cil NS. AND mww GCNNERS NAKED TO THE WAIST. DESTROY THE ENEMY ?-????? AND SEE THE RACE IN THE V* ?.TEH FOR THE HI dlY IIE'I'U EEN THE HKItOINE AND FEMALE GERMAN SPV. THE MOST REALISTIC STAGE I'K'Tl III: E\ ER PRESENTED. A dt-tarhmi-nt or thr Prr.ldrnt*? Own i.nard will ttpprar ad ?????* perform a err. NEXT WEEK?SEATS TUESDAY Oliver Morosco will present A New Comedy of ' Love, Thrills and Laugh? "Watch Your Neighbor" By I.con (.ordo ? and Leroy <t lemma. ?Uh ? Typical M ero ?co G??1. R.alnnlna TTj M W awF-af-l ,"* " "> > ' *? Tomorratt | ? ??^?? A Wva. ?nd Sn?. nd Si??. ?1 -? ?? ? ^\"??J At 2:*> BOe te ?2.00 * 'S? ' ' ? mmm s* * ' 2.1* t? ?ESO ?WASHINGTON'S PLAYHOUSE Bl'.tt TIFfl. Prrsmttna Only db. Eorrittost ""'?trciisn nnd Natlvr Artist? _ _ and ACtrncdlna?. jMprW Appearing. Per?son?lly i ^veiWIII?. A PLAY /TOCAY NOT by "OVEN DAVIS_ ? MOTION-PIC IUNC NEXT MONDAY?SEATS TOMORROW G. M. ANDERSON nnd L. LAW HEN? E WEHER Pr???? nt WILLIAM COLLIER IN ?NOTHING BUT LIES" Thr Truth In .'I Art? By Aaron lloffnann. 34 TH ANNUAL GRAND Tournament And Dress Ball MARSHALL HALL WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21,1918 Steamer Charles Macalester WtU leave Seventh Street Wharf at 10 a. m., 2:30 and 6:30 p. m., returning, will leave tflar ihall Hall at 12:S0. t:Str, 7:45 and 11 p. m.. itopplng at Alexandria, Va. Music by Schroeder's Band ROUND TRIP 50c ? Cinema Worlds Under Treatment Altar Hearing ef U. S. Gains St. T.OIII?, Mo.?New? of American Th-torl?? over th? German? on th* Wc?tern front ha? ?o excite? Con real Hopfeld. iz year? old; widower, of thi? city, that he ?vim t?ken to th? City Hospital for ob?er?atlon. ? ccording to a report made to tb? police. Leaves Her Safin*? Pinned ia Drees ?t. L?ala. Mo.?MU? ?Til?? Me? Cana. M, who lived alone for fifty year? In a cingi? room In a hou?. here, aad arno was? found dotad re cently on th? sidewalk In front of her home, had ft.M* In bill? pinned to her clothe? when ?h. died. Bh? ?am? a ???mstres?. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. National NIGHTS, Sec to *2 MATINEES, WetL ft Stf. sec ?? $i.se Onlr Is Waahhsfto? atvxrui* ttelaXwsij |,a%ran matta atan of Im ran?. TONIGHT?ALL WEEK World'i Grtateat -G?-n-iiM RICHARD CARLE h tkc N. T. Can? Theater Musical Comedy Sunti? "FURS and FRILLS" 50 MERRY MAKERS 50 Carle's Famous Beauty Brigade NEXT WEEK?SEATS THURSDAY JOHN CORT Present? I'raiuF.? of ?Klara Relia." ?Prlos-e?? Pat,*? ?Klo FI?.*?_ A Beauty Chora? esenta . BOha-sMhl si ma NMNJHW Presentine the Voritfi Forera cast Photoplays OEW'O COLUMBIA ? I ttYMmJAmiltM. mtW Htm. * ? t.uimw 10? & 15e 10? 15? 25? TODAY?MONDAY?TUESDAY?WEDNESDAY PAULINE FREDERICK ? a FEDORA ?? "Fedora" wai long ago made famous by Sarah Bernhardt on the spoken stage and Lina Cavalieri in opatra, THURSDAY?FRIDAY?SATURDAY BILLIE BURKE ??"IN PURSUIT OF POLLY" The story of a society girl who offers her hand to the man who can catch her in an automobile chase. GAYETY 9th Near F Presenting Builesque In Its Highest Form Refined. Legitimate, Wholesome Ulli? lOMVIKM l\?. ?VMIAV H tTIM:i; ?UTIMI DAILY AltiliT IS Tbe Theatrical Operating Company Presea? "The Million Dollar Dolls' ?? "A Whirl of Pleasure 4 M1?KAL MTTH II? S ACT? AJSD 12 ?TEWa ?AIRLY I.I.ISTKMM. ?st ITH III Hl.K??Jl I STARS INTROO! ? |\?. CLIFF BRAGDON?The Eccentric Comedian EDE MAE?The BeantifiJdCalifornia Prima Don.? AnaUtr* By 1:1? ni Mian. josfpmim-: Ti'Kvrn, \nnn* h ?rut. TOM ?.ll.l.l'.V II4ROI.II < IHK. J 4 M I ?? ? 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