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One ear tleket eaeh way. CARNIVAL AT SILVER SPRING. An aptumn carnival will ba bald at Silver Spring, Md.. on September 2, 3 and 4. - The grounds will be opened on the ?aeaod. Labor Day, to the holiday crowd. On the remaining two days the carnival will not commence un til 8 In the evening. Senator Blair Lee has offered the use of hia private grounds Just at the intersectionthe District line aad Georgia avenve. A special invitation Is issued to wen in uniform. BAND CONCERT PROGRAM ?**?? ? r? !>-?-. Pnoklin Ptrk. P-*"? ??<1 CoiKwt. W.lur r. South. ?*2* n* *UU ? Victor*." C?NI TW Bon???) OW CmtU "O fct. Mk>" .Urnam Arthur S. Witmb. 60,000 LIKELY D. C. QUOTA OF REGISTRANTS Larger Number Than .Be fore Estimated Expected ? from Vw Law. Approximately men will register In the Dlitrlct of Columbia with the neV draft law. It waa esti mated by local dratt board officials yesterday. All men who are resid ing la the District at the time of the registration will register here and this is given as the reason for the Increase In numbers orer the estimates given out through the office of Provost Marshal General Crowder which placed the number at S 1.900 men. Although the date for registration has not yet been definitely set It Is expected that It will be within tha first two weeks Of September. It 10 expected that the date of the regis tration will be set either today or tomorrow when final action Will have been taken on the bill. , It is not expected that Washing town will be as hard hit by the draft as cities which are engaged In more commercial enterprises. Most of the men who will be required to register under the extension of the age limits are employed in the gov ernment. The registration cards of this reg istration will call for mora Informa tion as to the personal status than the cards In former reglstratlona. Qaeatlaas aa Cltlseashlp. The twenty questions which are ! to be answered on the card are I made up principally with reference ' to the cltlsenshlp of the registrant. Numerous questions ara also asked relating to occupation, status and place of employment, and tfie name of employer. In order to eliminate the trouble which the local draft boards have had in keeping in touch with registrants, all men will be required to give the address at which they customarily receive their mail. The usual little-blue card will be given the men to show that they have registered and it Is probable that the men will be given their questionnaires at the time of regis tration. This practice was followed in the last Sl-year-old registration and a great deal of clerical worK waa thus eliminated, and much time saved. C. 0. P. I. Boys Trained In Manual of Arms Office boys employed by the Committee on Public Information are being trained In the manual of arms, bsyonet practice, setting up exercises and close order drill. They spend half an hour each day in the yard in the rear of the com mittee building. Boys already enrolled in the class, with their ages, follow; Harry Burch. corporal, fifteen; Andrew Coogin, twelve; Bernard Connell, fourteen; Thomas Lee, fourteen; William I.ane. fourteen; William Bellauguer, Brockett Muir, fifteen; Herbert Jackson, sixteen; David . Clark, thirteen: Milton Hartung. | thirteen, and Charles Sword, six j teen. NEW EXPRESS ORDERED. A Washington-Atlanta express will be added to the service on the South ern Railway, bjr order of Director General McAdoo. of the United States Railroad Administration. The train will be used exclusively for freight and will result in an Improved ex press service for the army corps on the line of the Southern Railroad, it is said. ' WEATHER CONDITIONS. I District of Columbia, Maryland an<1 Virginia: i Probably shower* Thnradsy. somewhat warmer; Friday partly cloudy and continued warn; [ moderate southerly winds. GENERAL FORECAST. | A cyclonic depression hss moved into the Up per Lake Region and pressure continues high ! over the Canadian Maritime Frounces and I along the Atlantic Coast. General rains hare overspread the Ohio Valley, the western portion of the Lake Region, the South Atlantic States and Alabama. It is wanner in the Ohio Val ley and cooler in the Upper Missouri Valley. Showery weather is indicated for Thursday in Southern New England and Atlantic Coast dis tricts southward, including Florida, also in the Lower Lake Region. It will be somewhat warmer Thursday In At lantic Coast districts north of the Carolinas and slightly cooler in the Lower Ohio Valley. Moderate temperatures are probable Friday in the Lower Lake Region. LOCAL TEMPERATURES. Midnight. 73; 1 a. m., 71: 4 a. aa.. 70; ? a. 70; 8 a. m., 70; 10 a. m., 72; It noon. 73; 9 p. ? m.. 71; 4 p. m.. 70; 8 p m.. 75; S p m? 74; It ! |x m., 74. Highest. 77; lowest, 70. I Relative humidity?8 a. m., ?; 1 p. m.. T?: I i p. m . M; rainfall (8 p. m. to 9 p. m.?. IlI; ( hours of sunshine, 1.9; per cent of possible sun 19. OTHER TEMPERATURES. Lowest Highest previous Main yesterday. nicht. fs'J. Atlantic City. N. 1 T4 Bostoo. Mass 79 89 Chicago, 111 94 - 68 Cleveland, Ohio T9 TO 0* Denver, Colo 70 36 Detroit. Midi 70 ?* 0.19 Galveston, Texas 86 79 Indianapolis, Ind 84 # 0.04 Jacksonville, Fla ? 70 0.? Ksnsas City. Mo 01 # ...? Loa Angeles. Cal M ?9 New Tor*. N. T9 *4 Phoenix. Arix.. 100 79 Portland. Me ?0 M Salt Lake City, Utah M 84 St. Louia. Mo ?. * '8 Cal 74 M TODAYS G?KT)NEI ?eCOMfAtHDtb vto*. 1 SRAVfcRY IM ACTIO H o YHt e?UV who IS HOY A,TRA?t> TO WORK. OVERT*H*? ??? s Promised Next Week National?Heary HUlu *?? CkatXriM "A Marriage of Convenlence'wlil bring Henry Miller and RuthChal terton together u co-stara atth? Na tional next week end afford local theatergoer* the opportunity of i ins the play that made auch a marked lilt In New Tork l..t HMoa X neore of year* ago this delightful comedy by the elder Dumu. adapted by 8jw ney Grundy, had Ite ft ret 0rese?U tlon In thle country. Newly revlred. under the artistic guidance of Henry, : Miller, with lta elaborate eoetumlng I and grand mannere of the P*r,od ot Louie XV. "A Marrfcge of Cg venlence" has proved .delight. The original production from Hmry Mlller'e Theater, In New York, wni he ueed. Mr. Miller wOl- be seen aa the 1 Corate de Candale. Ml? Chatterdon aa the Comteeee de Candale. Lowell Sherman aa the Chevalier de Valclos. David alaeeford aa the Frances Goodrich Ames aa Mwton. and Frederick Lloyd aa Jasmin. Seats will be placed on eale at the National j today. j Fell's "|M?II"?* Arthur Hammereteln presents the fifth, and what be confidentially ex pect. to be the beet of hl? musical comedy successes. entitled ^Sorn time." at Poll', next Monday matinee. Rlda Johnson Toung U re.pon.lble for the book and lyric. *nd t-*eu;> odd .ong number., all of wWehfta of the rhythmic and lilting order, are by Rudolf Frlml. , In. .electing the cart to enact the varlobs role, great care ha. been ex rVct.ed and rare Judgment ha. been shown, and among the faroeurs, slnr era. comedian, and danccrs are Her bert Corthell. Audrey Maple. Cameron. Mae West, George John Merkyl. Mildred LeGue. Cbaf'? DeHaven, Fred Nice and William The choru. will con?l?t of '?riy| stunning girl, recruited. regardiessof | expense, from Broadway. moat ex elusive .et of .how girls. j Bela.ee?Wat. Calller la "Hethlag Bat Idea." William Collier. In "Nothing 0ut Lies." a new three-act farce from the pen of Aaron Hoffman, will be the attraction at the Belaaco next week. Mr. Collier will appear for the first time In this play on Sun- , day night, but the public wont be admitted for the actor ha. bought the house for the opening night ann Is going to fill It with .oldler. and sailor.. Seats for all other perform ance., beginning with the L?bor Day matinee on Monday, will bo on sale at the Belaaco tomorrow. "Nothing But Lie." mu.t not be confused with Mr. Collier's starring vehicle of last season, "Nothing But the Truth." The two play, an en tirely dissimilar despite the similarity In names. Mr. Hoffman Is said to have written a farce around a new Supporting Mr. Collier will be such well-known players as Olive Wynd ham. Grant Stewart. Rapley Holme., Thomas V. Emory. Florence Enright. W Riley Hatch, Frank Monroe. Jane Blake. Robert Strange. Malcolm I Bradley and Gordon Burby. Gayefy?Fred Irwin's Majesties. I Florence Bennett heads the large I and capable cast of Fred Irwin s Majestic., which 1. next week's at traction at the Gayety Theater. Be cause of her past achievements aa a atar at the head of the Irwin companies, Miss Bennett I. constant ly adding to her popularity. Thia year's vehicle 1. a two-act musical revue In six scenes. In which a> large and splendidly costumed chorus will be featured. The supporting cart includes such well-known entertain ers as Lyle La Pine. Roseoe Alls. Doc Dell. George Leon. May Bel mont, Vallerie Beck. Ruth Barbour and Arthur Powers. Several novel specialties will be Introduced as an Incidental to the action. Musical number, include such popular melo dies as "Mary, the Baby and Me," "Get Me So Excited" and "Not That Kind of a Girl." B. r. Keith' ?Mae. MargaerKe Sylva. Mme. Marguerite Sylva, the prima j donna, formerly of the Opera Com | ique and the Grand Opera com | panles of Paris, also of the principal American organisations, Is making a very limited appearance in B. F. Keith vaudeville and will give her premiere here next week. It being her first time In years at less than grand opera prices. She rivals Calve as "Carmen." Her repertoire will embrace three widely contrast ed ballads among them one by a Washington lyricist. The extra added attraction will be the distinguished actress Florence Roberts and company in "The Woman Intervenes'' by Hartley Manners, the author of "Peg O'My Heart." A special feature will be Eleanor Rse Ball and her brother Joseph Ball combining Violin and cello artistry. Bostock's riding school will prove an extraordinary Inclusion portraying "How Circus Riders are Made" and employing five white top notables and their horses in ring generalship. Others will be Orth and Cody In "Let's Take a Walk"; Foster Ball In "Since the Day. of "?1": Kerr and Weston In "All In Fun"; Chinko and Min nie Kaufman In an ensemble of funny bits: the pipe organ recitals and the Hearst-Pathe news pictor ial and real war films. Next Sunday at 3 and 8:15 p. m . the bill will present Emma Carus, Craig Campbell, and all the rest of the current week', array. Ceaases.?"Om the Westers The great military spectacle, "On the Western Front," featuring Corp. Edward Blttner. of the British army, and Private Jack Winston, of the Nineteenth Canadian Cavalry, Is the extraordinary attraction of the Cos mos Theater bill next week. Eight people present a great story of realism with one of the most spectac ular trench scenes of the stage, yet without tragedy and full of laughs. Emllv Smiley, the popular come dienne. will return with her capable company In "The Family Tree." a playlet with a punch. Other acts In clude the La Toys, fsmous English comlques; Jack Mariey. In eccentric noncense; Knowles and Hurst, In character songs and funny talk, and the De Forrest Girts. In dainty dances, with song Interludes, handsomely cos tumed. Paulina Frederick In the Art craft-Paramount production of "Fe dora" will be the matinee film fea ture and Fatty Arbuckle, In "The Cook." the film comedy, which with the Hearst Pathe News will complete the bill. ' Loew's Celwaskla?Dorethy DaHe*. Dorothy. Dalton, In a new photo play. "Green Eyes," will be seen at Loew's Columbia Thursday and for the remainder of the current week. Roughly, the story is of a man who marries a girl younger than him self and -becomes insanely Jealous of her. One quarrel ends In ? sep aration and reconciliation and then the husband grows jealous of his own younger ? brother. Later, a scoun drel Is thrashed by the same brother and afterward murdered .by a re vengeful negro. Believing himself the stayer the brother rushes to -the room of his sister-in-law and gasps out the story. There ha Is the youth, the wife says she In- < vtted him to her room. A tragedy Is averted when the brother confesses i to the crime, but later the negro1 also makes a confession exonerating him. Sunday and for the first half of next week Elsie Ferguson wilt be seen to her new film feature "Heart 6t the Wilds." Lyee?i "The Fellies of Pleasure." "The Follies of Pleasure," a deluxe burlesque production, of which Rube Bernstein Is the author and producer, will come to the Lyceum Theater for a week's engagement, beginning with a matinee Sunday. "The Follies of Pleasure" was staged by Victor Hyde at the Olympic Theater In New York for the first time last June. It boasts scenery from the brush of Valentine and few companies on the road have been provided with a more artistic scenlo arrangement. Clyde J. Bates, the Inimitable tramp comedian, will lead the cast of fun makers, with Mae Hills. Violet Hllson In the stellar roles for the feminine contingent. Tom McKenna, well known In Washington burlesque circles, will play a prominent part. Rube Bernstein has selected a score of California girls for the chorus of "The Follies of Pleasure." Each member of the chorus was se lected for beauty, youth and charm of figure, as well as dancing ability. ? quartet wit' render popular songs as a supplement to the other features of the Bernstein production. "The Fol lies of Pleasure" will be the attrac tion at the Avenue playhouse for the entire week, with dally matinees. Castas The Tows Talk Shew.* The coming week's attraction at the Casino Theater will be "The Town Talk Show," a large and lively bur lesque troup. well supplied with pretty girls, tuneful songs and clever comedy. Gladys Sears, the popular burlesque leading lady, heads a notable cast of stars which Incudes Emma Kohler. Elsie Wedde. Doris Clair, Babe Reddy, Mitty De Vere, Bob Nugent, Eddie Fox, Wm. Pitxer, Jsck Ormsby and Rube Davis. An augmented chorus of forty fss clnating girlies supports this glitter ing array of talent A peep at the musical program shows that there are several new songs scheduled, as well as a gen erous supply of the favorite popular | airs. Moore's Garden?-The Changing Wisas." "The Changing Woman," a new Vitagraph release In which the stellar roles are taken upon the screen by Hedda Nova and J. Frank Qlendon. Is announced as the major feature of the bill at Moore's Garden Theater on Wednesday and Thursday of the current week. On Friday and Saturday of this] week the Garden screen will be oc cupied by Edith Roberts, the new Bluebird star, who will be pictured in the leading role of "The Love Swindle." a brisk comedy drama In which many refreshingly original things happen, and in which the qual ity of photography and direction is unusually high. Next week will bring to the Gar-1 den, Sunday and Monday. "All Man," the newest Vitagraph blue ribbon feature. In which the principal roles! are intrusted to Harry Morey and Betty Blythe. On Tuesday and Wednesday Corlnne Griffith will be the pictured star In another delightful offering. "The Clu*h of Circum stance." a subject that affords its star exceptional opportunities. For the last three days of next week the Garden announces the best Paralta play ever offered, with Bessie Bar riscale in the stellar role. "Maid o' tbe Storm" The usual brief comedy feature will supplement each bill. Metre's Strand?"The Great Love." "The Great Love," D. W. Griffith's latest and In many respects his most effective production, picturing an all star cast of amazing strength and ac companied by a specially arranged musical score Interpreted by an aug mented symphony orchestra, will con tinue the record-breaking attraction at Moore's Strand Theater through* out the current week. Lillian Glsh, Robert Harron, Henry Walthall^ Rosemary Theby, Gloria Hope, George Fawcett and George Siegmann do the finest work of their careers In silent drama In this new revelation of the genius of Griffith. The engagement will positively come to a close Saturday night Next week at the Strand will be divided between "Her Body in Bond." a magnificent special production in which Mae Murray la pictured in the best role she has ever had, to be shown from Sbnday through Wednes day, and "A Burglar for a Night" starring J. Warren Kerrigan, sched uled for the three days, Thursday to Sunday. Marshall Hall. Marshall Hall promises to be ex ceptionally popular for the Labor Day excursionists, providing as it does an ideal point at which to hold a picnic. Broad, well shaded lawns, with tables and benches placed at convenient intervals, and with cold, pure water of easy access, make It possible to enjoy a delightful day. Many other diversions are at hand, while dancing In the pavilion Is al ways popular. The steamer Charles Macalester will make three trips to the Hall, leaving at 10 a. m.. 2:90 and 6:30 p. m. Great Falls Park. At the popular and beautiful Gr^at Falls Park the dancing, motion pic tures, concerts by the Ladies' Lib erty Orchestra, as well as the scenic beauties, continue to attract crowds who find Ideal enjoyment there. For Labor Day the management has planned a number of added and in teresting features and there are to be rpecial outings by many organf* zniiotis. For ths children there are % variety of interesting anu'.eenents. Glea Echo. ^ The last Sunday of the season wHl be celebrated at Glen Echo Park in appropriate style with four concerts by Slgnor Antonio Celfo's Band and all of the scor^ or more amusements in full swing. On the following day, which is Labor Day, the manage ment has decided to open up all amusement features at 1 o'clock In the afternoon and kaep the merri ment going until midnight A splen did dance program, to begin early in the afternoon and continue until midnight has been arranged by Mills' Orchestra. Next week will be the last of the season at the only amuse ment park In Washington, and scores of picnic parties for children who soon return to school have been ar ranged. CALL 500 FROM PORTO RICO. - A call (or MS whHe and colored drafted men from Porto Rico was is sued yesterday by th? provost mar shal general. These men will be mobilized In September at Camp La, Casas. San Juan. Porto ^tlco. LOCAL MENTION. OaiHwin tea. Wei Perfect Ulead tea. (Sc: I lbs. pure pepper. II.0ft: 3 pk**. Quaker corn flakes, 35c; peaches. 14c; seeded raisins, 10c; 4 Babbitt's soap, SSe: large cans her rlng. 15c; tuna. 10c and 15c; lard. mTh<. Mf Pa COMMITTEE ON MAN POWER IS TO BE FORMED Body Representing Various Boards to Determine Who Is Essential. The organization of a Committee on Military and Industrial Man Power waa announced yesterday by Chair man Baruch, of the War Industries Board. The committee ia to be com posed of representatives of the Pro vost Marshal General's office, the War Labor Policies Board and the War Induatriea Board. Under Ita plan. It will operate in the various draft districts through local commit tees to- act in an adviaory capacity to the local draft boards. Those local committees w:!l be composed of three members, one nominated by the State director of the United States Employment Service, one nominated by the Secretary of Agriculture and one appointed by the local draft board itaelf. Deteralae Essentiality. It Is the plan to determine care fully a man'* occupational essential ity, and to arrange deferred classi fication when necessary and possible. Mr. Baruch indicated that the new priority achedule now being prepared by the Priorities Committee of the War Industries Board would be used aa a basis in determining if a man were engaged in an essential war industry. The new schedule will be announced shortly and will contain a list of sixty-four lndoatrles regard ed as essential. In the order of their priority. "But," he said, "It will be nec essary to remember that all the prod ucts of an 1-idustry classed aa essen tial may not be essential, and tr.e men engaged In producing these non essential products will not be es sential Also many men working on essentials may not be easential to their production." At the War Department *.he new plan la looked on without much en thusiasm. It has not as yet re ceived Secretary Baler's approval, and civilian "Interference" In the op eration of the draft ia not regarded with friendly eyes in the Provost Marshal General's office. The ques tion of use of the Priorities Board classification of essential Induatriea in determining deferred classification has not been considered by the Pro vost Marahal, and what he may de termine ia unknown. - "Key Mm" May Stay, It was Indicated by Mr. Baruch " announcement that the "key man" or corner stone of the organisation of the nonfeaaentlal industries would be left by the draft at hi* work, to maintain a skeleton organ isation, so that after the war the business could be quickly reorgan ized and revived. "We don't want any one to get panicky Ml abut lowi their busl nesa Just btciuM It 1a aot on the priority ll*t of aafattlal lBduotrtu," nil Chairman Baruch. "Tha fact that ? bualneaa doea not i?pMr thara doea not m?u "M'a a non essential. Tb* Hat ta subject to re vlalon. and labor and matarlala will bo withdrawn from tha nonea acntlala gradually aa tha neceaalty ariaee." HIGH PRICES OF MM KEEPS BABIES POOR Childrtn'* Bureau Finds Not Neat ly Enough Used in District Tha reaaon why the bablaa of Wsshlngtoo are not fatting enough milk for drinking purposes, aa brought out by the Chlldren'a Bureau jof the Labor Department In a recent Investi gation. la not a shortage of milk, but the high coat of that commodity. Officiate of the bureau on Waiting 272 farolllea in the District found that the cenaumpton of milk waa tar bo low that amount which haa been aet aa tha minimum to properly nourish and develop the children. District Health Officer Fowler Btated yeaterdiy that there was suf ficient milk In the District to aupply all famillea. He etated that it waa a great miafortune if the price was so high that the quantity given to chil dren and Infants had to be reduced for that reaaon. Mr. Fowler Btated that he did not believe that the ad vance in the price of milk waa out of proportion to that of the price of other foodstuffa. He pointed out that families were making a great mistake In economizing by buying lesa milk and giving the infanta aucb aub atitutea as tea and coffee. RESTAURANTS ASKED TO SAVE SOME ICE Owners and proprietors of public eating places in Washington are be ing appealed to by the local Food Ad ministration to limit the use of Ice to the preservation of perishable foodstuffs only. Although no trouble Is expected In the Ice situation in the District, this means is taken to conserve the sup ply so as to have on hand a large store of ice in case of a protracted hot spell. It was stated. It is pointed out to the managers of restaurants and hotels that a great quantity of ice can be saved by stop ping the use of it in iced tea and coffee, on salads and In other ways in which It Ib not essential. The Food Administration expects hearty re sponse to Its request, as the restau rant keepers have In the past com plied patriotically with all requests which have been made of them. Eyes Bother You? 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Inc., 917 G St ' ; i What The Packers Do For You Not very many years ago in the history of the world, the man that lived in America had to hunt for his food, or go without Now he sits down at a table and decides what he wants to eat; or his wife calls up the market and has it sent home for him. And what he gets is incomparably better. Everyone of us has some part in the vast human machine, called society, that makes all this convenience possible. The packer's part is to prepare meat and get it to every part of the country sweet and fresh?to obtain it from the stock raiser, to dress it, cool it, ship it many miles in special refrigerator cars, keep it cool at distrib uting points, and get it into the consumer's hands?your hands?through retailers, all within about two weeks. For this service?so perfect and effective that you are scarcely aware that anything is being done for you? you pay the packers an average profit of only a fraction of a cent a pound above actual cost on every pound of meat you eat. Swift & Company, U. S. A. Washington Local Branch, 10-14 Center Market D. T. Dutrow, Manager ? BECAUSE YOUR FATHER WAS BALD MAY BE A REASON WHY j YOU CAN SAVE YOUR HAIR. A lark of the proper] Mood circulation cauaeafl baldneaa You cab aowl obtain tin nroraaarrl acalp tnrtirorator Which 1 your father could not I p-L. USE CARTER'S LUX-L Scalp Iatrigorator Oat Lmx-L. at your I nrurr??t?or 1" '*>? trr barber ?bop#. AMUSEMENTS. < B. F. KEITH'S 5 DAILY; : SUN \* HOLTS'JJ J* "HITS"?Times. EMMA CARUS CRA1Q campbell PARIS ?TR Or JULY FILM. MelUy * AjOm. Otbae tm Bin GAYETY5?v JIVES R. COOFF1 Prmta SOLLY WARD AKD THE ROSELAND GIRLS" NEW I1TH mm4 rA. AVt TcLP.m LYCE9M m Ri.KmrE ALL THI> >% KKK, AI'GVIT M VATINKK DAILY?HOW PLATIKO mtie mils mm jtrusr CASINO THEATER ?tk um4 r Mwf?. Ladle. ?allar? Dally, IBa ALL THIS WRRK "UNCLE SAM'S BELLES" EXTR A?THE BROADWAY DW Ml MCAL ACT. Marshall Hall ?Ol lb* Rrnutltat laKBH.' 1 FREE DANCING LaisM Panlioa Sootk at tin (ark aaa All Other AamsKcri. Ulriarr C'barlr* Maralcatar Da 111 A Suodw Tth feu Wharf >0 A M.. :* * t JO P. M jar Bound Trip. Inc. Wat Ti? *traarr Dally, Ki^at *mm4mj. fat Hi. Vrran at I* A.M. mm* SO* P.M. THI* WKK. _ 'sviUBEBT 1 '**- a?a ?? ax i ATTKACTKXJ ?atlan Mar "WATCH YOUR NEIGHBOR ' Next Wc?k?Scab Nnr. Caurarial Ita. Matlafr. 2 <9* Mala. Than fat. ?na* uniturih wub tw wstcAi. tawaa yOriETIMEl M Refrc?blaRhly MdrrIbs Mrl? 49 BELASCO THEATER Tkl> Wftk Only. Tulrf DaUf. Wl?bt?. 2&r ?? 91. Mat?_ 2:3a. 25c and B*e. U. ?. GOVERWMEWT AMERICA'S ANSWER Oar lr*t year la tbe war follow ? la?c thr flag in France, offered by tke DIvUIss ?f Fila*. (Mialtlee aa Pabllc Informntion, (.corse Creel. Ckalraaa. Next Week?Holiday Mat Moadi? WM. COLLIER "NOTHING* BUT LIES" A Kew Force by Anroa Hoffais. RATIONAL JOHN CORT. Prodncrr of '?norm Bella." "Priaceas Pat.'* "Flo-Fla** OfftB a Modern Operetta. FIDDLERS THREE Aucmrated Orchestra?Benatj Cboroa af A KE\T MOWDAY?*kat* WOW HENRY MILLER RUTH CHATTERTON la tb? tpailkNai Caaa^r "A Marriafe of Coffvefileaoa" SUNDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 1ST A pernonal Birssaga froas tbe American Am> ? t!.? Anertcan People. By tbe lanoaa CMcaao Tribaa W ar Ca * FLOYD GIBBONS Thrire Wounded at tbe Battle of Chataau TbWrtT Seata Now Oa Sale; Prica. to HA STRAND V All baa?a?^AII Week-All *eata D. W. GRIFFITH'S TH* GREAT LOVE With a WaaiiTfal C?t. V?- GARDEN TODAY?1.ast TIME ? HEDDANOVA IW THE CHAKGIKG WOMAW BASEBALL ?T1 WASHINGTON n. NEW YORK Dawalona TMwt Ortlc*. ?1? l?? at. ?*?>? traai ?Jt A. M. ?? 2* l?. ?? r.LEH ECHO Adm/mon free Vaahlactaa-a Oalr ??l ASIC!?E*K.Vr PARK DMeta*. B I?K RM?-a. 1 Extra Attrarttona LABOR day w Daarina btai-ta * r. *. LOEWS COLUMN* Coabauooa RSa.a t?ll*W. mow runic DOROTHY DALTW ?cm r-r?"