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Ittwt-r^ri .HjAtly w?rm*T. 4-PLY D. J. Kaufman, Inc. im-07 Fi. At* ?1? 17th St. N. W Dolls' Hospital <prdal ? ? I ? ?t Ike J?llM Dolla ballt la for ????pltal. Hull ?? ?t air doll Ib Gartens Art Store M7 M ST. W. E. Washington Sa\ i\csB\\k SWIN.O!) ACi'OliMT.S IO' jtiJ C.RAIST PUttVW PR OJECTION Apparatus Furnished for Lectures. Colored Slides and Sets made to order. Photographs of every kind. Bromides and coloring. Get our service. E. B. THOMPSON 741 Eleventh Street N. W. 3% on Savings Accounts UNION SAVINGS BANK 710 Fourteenth Street N.VV. "Oldest Savings Bank in Washington." Headquarters for GRIFFIN'S SHOE POLISHES & FINE DRESSINGS Capital Shoe Findings Co. S37 F STREET N. W. Phone Mull W?H Washington. D. C. FLEET WILL GREET DIXIE BUSINESS MEN Naval Pageant at Baltimore During Southern Comraer lal Congress. iv J. Four battle ships. seven destroyers and twelve submarine chasers will be mobilised at Baltimore next Saturday in honor rrf the Southern Commercial Con gress. which will be in session dur ing all of next week. The vessels will give a naval pageant on Thurs day afternoon, December 12. in which naval aircraft will participate. Offi cers and crews will participate in a parade December 13. The ships will return to their stations on the following: Monday. The fleet will consist of the bat- j tieships Iowa. Indiana and Massa chusetts and the destroyers Mahan. Robinson. Craven. Radford. Breesem. | Walhe and Dorsey." Secretary Dan- J jels will speak at a dinner in honor of the diplomatic representatives of j the allies, to be given by the con gress on the evening of December 11. America May Umpire ... for Chili and Peru Informal efforts have been made ( hy . |he United States government, botTT here and at the seats of trou- | hfce in Peru and Chile, to compose the trouble between those two na tions. It was stated officially yes- | terday that this did not amount to i ? a* offer of, or use of. American good offices. ^?The trouble is not regarded here M . having *" reached the fighting i ?tagw. This government earnestly, hopes amicable adjustment can be! reached. Boy Scouts Get Badges. Bandmaster J. L*. Kidwell, of the ; Boy Scout organization has awarded badges to twelve of his young band nf?n. who have attained 100 per cent efficiency in attending rehearsals. They are: Earl Smallwood, Donald Cjeghart. Edward Smith. Glenn Tones. James fCoyle, John Cook. Randolph Newman. Theodore Gates, Irene Pinney, Robert Blatt and Arthur Beavans. Harry Beavans, meting sergeant-at-arms. GAS IN THE STOMACH IS DANGEROUS Recommends Daily Use of Magnesia to Overcome Trouble. Caused by Fermenting Food and Acid Indigestion. Gas and wind in the stomach ac companied by that full, bloated feeling after eating are almost cer tain evidence of the presence of excessive hydrochloric acid in the stom.ich. creating so-called "acid indigestion." Acid stomachs are dangerous be cause too much acid irritates the delicate lining of the stomach, often leading to gastritis accompanied by serious stomach ulcers. Food fer ments and sours, creating the dis tressing gas which distends the stomach and hampers the normal functions of the vital internal or gans. often affecting the heart. ' It is the worst of folly to neglect such a serious condition or to treat with ordinary digestive aids which have no neutralising effect on the jtffepach acids. Instead get from %ny druggist a few ounces of Bisu rated Magnesia and take a tea moonful in a quarter glass of water tight after eating. This will drive the gas. wind and bloat right out agrth* body, sweeten the stomach. P'trtri lltr the excess acid and pre gjjil its formation and there Is no jtBaess or pain. Bisurated Mag (in powder or tablet form?? aerer liquid or milk) is harmless to the stomach, inexpensive to take gttfT the best form of magnesia for fctomach purposes. It is used by thousands of people who enjov their f^aU with no more fear of indl *?uon--AdY. Congress May Refer Trou blesome Question to Old Joint Committee. Steps will be taken today by House and Senate leader* to effect an agree ment for an immediate consideration of the question of what to do with the railroads. Sentiment appears to be rapidly crystallising in favor of placing the matter in the hands of the old Joint committee, which was headed by the late Senator Newlands. and which conducted an imjuiry into the condition of the railroads before they were taken over by the govern ment. Representative T. W. Sims, of Ten nessee, chairman of the House Inter state and Foreign Commerce Commit tee; Representative John J. Esch, of Wisconsin, ranking Republican mem- j ber of the same committee, and Sena- ; tor Albert B. Cummins, of Iowa, rank ing Republican member of the Senate Interstate' Commerce Committee, have expressed themselves as being in ( favor of continuing the Newlands committee. When the Republicans as- | sume control of Congress next March j Senator Cummins will become chair-1 man of the Senate committee and Representative Esch will head thf? House committee. Mr. Sims stated last night that he had talked with Senator Cummins on the subject last week, and that Mr. I Cummins said he was going to take up in the Senate the matter of having I the Newlands committee make the in I vesttgation. Mr. Esch said he was xoing to lay the matter before Sena | tor E. r>. 8mith. chairman of the Senate Interstate Commerce Commit I tee, today. LETTERS TO DADDY EXPECTED TO ARRIVE j Postoffice Expects Flcjpd of Mail | From Men With Pershing Letters written to father at hisj | desk, on the farm or in the factory j in America on "Father's Day," set J I aside by the members of the A. EL J F. in France to write to father, are | I expected dally at the local postoffice. H These letters were written by the I I soldiers abroad November 24 and j are sent as Christmas remembrances. I K These will be expedited by postof- J I flees throughout the country in order I I that these messages may rwch the I American homes as Christmas greet- H I ings. Official action was taken yester-1 day by the Postoffice Department I j notifying all postmasters that these f letters have immediate distribution. | All postmasters are requested to 1 I,inform all distributing clerks and 1 j delivery carriers in regard to the j I plan *o that each one may be in- I terested in doing his part toward I carrying it out. Report of Resignation of Hoover Is Denied The Food Administration announces ? I that there is no foundation for the H statement that Mr. Hoover ha3 re signed as United States Food Ad- II I ministrator. Edgar Rickard. who by an Exec- H J utive ordrr was given authority to H act for Herbert Hoover, United ? States Food Administrator, in his I | absence from the country, has been fl associated with Mr. Hoover since ? I the outbreak of the war in Europe, fl When the Germans mobilized, he was I one of the directors of the American 1 j Relief Committee in London, which ? I was organized to assist Americans ? I to return to this country to prevent 1 I suffering among many who became I 1 stranded in Europe. WRECK DELAYS TRAFFIC. Richmond. Va.. Dec. 4.?Frank S. I I Bush, conductor, was injured and H I traffic over the main line of the Rich- I | mond. Fredericksburg and Potomao I Railroad delayed several hours today 1 I hs a result of the wrack of a freight I train at Guinea, Va., about sixtyl j miles north of here. Passenger and freight trains are I j being routed over the Southern and 1 | Chesapeake and Ohio railways, thence j I into Richmond. WEATHER CONDITIONS. LOCAL FORECAST. ? District of Columbia and . Maryland : Fair H | Thursday and Friday. slightly wanner Friday;! I moderate northwest wind*, becoming variable H 1 Friday j Virginia: Fair Thursday, slightly colder in ? J southeast portion. Friday fair, wanner: mod- ? I erste norths eat winds, becoming variable Fri- ? I day. Cm EN Eft A L FORECAST The Ix>wer Lake disturbance of Tuesday night ? | has passed off the New England Co art. and an- ? I other disturbance has appeared in the far North- ? j west. with generally falling pressure southward j ( into Mexico. There were vows and rains, mostly light, and | mostly snows from the Lake* eastward and j rains iti the west portion of Washington and ; Oregon, but elsewhere the weather was fsir. It Is somewhat colder in the Upper Ohio Val i ley. the Lake Region, the Middle Atlantic States and the Carolinas and generally wanner J to the westward, decidedly so in the Northwest, where temperatures are from 10 to 30 degrees j above the seasonal average. With the exception of local snows Thursday in j the Lower Lake Region and Northeastern New j England and on Friday in the Upper Lake Re gion, fair weather will prevail Thursday and | Friday over the Washington forecast district. It will be colder Thursday in New England | and the Middle Atlantic States and wanner in | the Lower Ohio Valley. It will be wanner Fri I day in the Middle and South Atlantic States, I the Lower Lake Region and the Utper Ohio ! Valley. Storm warnings are displsyed on Atlantic I Ooast. Sandy Hook to Nantucket. LOCAL TEMPERATURES. Midnight. 47; 2 a. m., 44; 4 a. m.. 42; 4 a. m 1 41; 8 a. m., 43; 10 a. m.. 43; 12 noon. 44; 2 p. j n?., 43; 4 p. m.. 38; 6 p. m.. 3G; 8 p. m.. 36; 10 j p. m.. 35. Highest. 45; ilowest, 25. Relative liumidity-8 a. m., 61; 2 p. m., 46; J 8 p. m , 44; rainfall (8 p. m. to 8 p. m.), 0; hours of sunshine, 25; per cent of possible snn j shine, 41. DEPARTURES. Accumulated excess of temperature since Jan-1 | nary 1. 1918. 175*; excess or deficiency of teni j petit are since December 1, 1918. 6?; accumulated 1 deficiency of precipitation since January 1. 1918.. 1 8.75; deficiency of precipitation since December j 1. 1918. 0.34. ? Temperature same date last year?Highest. 41; j [ lowest. 36 OTHER TEMPERATURES. / Lowest Highest last Rain yesterdsy. night. 8 p. m. fall. ! j Atlanta. 6a. 52 <2 46 Atlantic City. N. J? 48 44 38 Baltimore. Md 4* 40 36 I Boston. Mass 44 38 * 0.1J I Chicago, 111 34 26 31 ? Chejenne. Wyo 56 42 52 .... El Paso. Tex 38 22 32 ' Helena. Moot 64 54 58 J Jacksonville, Fla 64 4* 56 I Kansas City. Mo 40 54 .... . Los Angeles. Cal 78 CO 7*) Memphis. l>nn W 42 66 I Miami. Ha M 54 58 Mobile. Ala ? ? ?0 I New Orleans. La <6 ?? *0 j New York. N. Y 4* 38 ? Philadelphia. Pa 4M 40 3S Pittsburgh. Pa 34 ,*4 :o 0.13 Portland. Me .3 * 30 0 2* Portland. Ores ?*> 52 V.4S I San Francisco, Cal? M 48 58 .... EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO C?T'3 HAV<S A COO PLC Ot4 "tnc UT6 |*W<X>*'2tM^ *no PTOT3JBXC The senrice flag of the Monotype casting room now carries twenty-one blue stars. one gold star for J. V. Cullen. a former employe of this sec tion, recently killed In France, and one silver star for John F. Fersinger. Lieut*. V. S. Marion, another employe of this section, now in the service, has been gassed, but recovered and is now detailed to an artillery school in France ;u* an instructor. W. J. An- J derson, also represented by a blue J Star, enlisted in April, 1917, In the j ! navy, and when the armistice wasj signed had reached the grade of chief j petty officer. Mr. Anderson has been, honorably discharged and sent to a j vocational school at Norfolk. Va. lie had served eleven years in the navy I prior to the beginning of the war. Benjamin A. Lineback and S. T. j i Walton are detailed from the Job sec- j tion to the Proof section. I W. C. Doherty and James E. Mark I ham. of the Foundry force, spent Tuesday bringing their houseboat from Mount Vernon, and it is now j safely moored in winter quarters at | the Corinthian Yacht Club, at the ( foot of Eleventh street. Hugh Rutmar.d. of the Stock section i of the Public Documents Division, is | sick at his home on Fairmont street. 1 W. G. Sammonds, superintendent of buildings, went home sick yesterday afternoon. John W. Hays, secretary of the In ternational Typographical Union, was in Washington from Sunday until Tuesday, looking after business con nected with the organisation and | shaking hands with the printers. Ruch Johnson, linotypist, k* enter taining his father, from Altaloma, Tex., at his home on K street north east. Miss Sophie M. Trumbo, of the Pam phlet bindery, and Joseph L. Droney were married September 12 at Annap olis. Md. Mr. Droney is a former em ploye of the G. P. O. The couple have ! many friends, who wish them all the ! happiness In the world. Richard C. Lohmever. in charge of the lJbrary branch bindery, challenges the other divisions of the printing of fice to reach the high mark set by the the Library bindery in the sal* of war savings stamp*. ^ Stephen Harder, of the Monotype kevboard room, was the guest of Au gust Plerson In Baltimore during the I Thanksgiving holidays. j Caspar R. Taylor, machinist in ! charge, has returned to work In the Machine shop after being laid up about three weeks by a motorcycle ac cident. , Lee Kurts has returned to work In the Foundry after being in Detroit a few days, where he was called by the sudden death of his sister. M M. Rieman, of the Postal Card section, pressroom, is hilarious over the arrival of a seven-pound girl last week, born at the home, 4319 Georgia avenue. George T. Terwisse, of the Library branch bindery. Is on a week's leave. Aaron R. Nathan and Arthur E. Sur guy. of the day Proofroom, are detail ed to the State Department. Harry Paine, night ruler In the Rul ing section, has resigned to take charge of Charles H. Potter's bindery downtown. Mr. Potter is a former G. P. O. ruler. Brother Louis S. Forsythe, paper ruler on day force, wears a smile that won't come off these days. He is a tegular daddy now. It's a girl! 'k Prudent John H. Patterson, of the Bookbinders' Union, has appointed Brothers William J. Hope. James Sir louis and William Guntrum a commit tee on resolutions for George A. Whit ford. who died recently of influenza. Brother Whltford was a paper cutter, | and had been working in the bindery j for more than forty years. . Joseph T. Gleason. helper in the j Machine shop. ? has returned to work j after going as far as Savannah on ? his way to a training camp. j J. W. Doocy. efficient timekeeper in the night Proofroom, with Mrs. I Doocy-. spent Thanksgiving in Phila delphia with their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Read. Mr, Read wor formerly private sec retary to Justice Mc Reynolds and is now a vey successful lawyer In Philadelphia. Uoyd Wllliijns. helper in charge of the Tool room. Machine auction, is on leave attending the funeral of his brother-in-law. Li?*ut. Brown. I an armv aviator who died at hi* home in Washington after being in jured on a Texas flying field. Because of the overtime occasion ed by war work the employes of the G. P. O. during the fiscal year 1917-191S earned more than 16.500,000, ! which is more than $2,000,000 over the previous year. This amount is more than the entire expense of the ehop | five years ago. The Superintendent of, Works* Of fice Club announces that T. Frank Morgan, superintendent of work, left | Tuesday to spend two weeks* vaca ; tion in Atlantic City. Miss Marion DeW. Siewen, of the Monotype keyboard room, is at home on account of sickness. j Alexander A. Carr. of the Watch I force, is spending twenty-three days' I leave at his home in Wooster, Ohio. | Thomas J. Corwin, Michael J. Mo Kenna and Conrad T. Vogel have [ been transferred from the Job sec | tion to the Monotype room. Emil Xops, of the Pressroom force, has been granted leave of absence. I John T. Maddox. of the Mono | type section, was called to Youngs town. Pa., on account of the illness j of his daughter. The Pressroom sick list includes j Abram A. Ackerman. Walter J. : Baldwin, Moses Bretzfeld. Mrs. E. ' K. Bradley, Mrs. Ida M. Bontz, i Mrs. M. C. Fitxpatrick. Mrs. Irene Kendall. Mrs. Nellie F. V. Lyons, Mrs. Mary Millen. Miss Ella L*. Rollins, Miss Nellie E. Snowden, Miss Alice R. Vance. Louis Bush, George H. Jackson and Ernest B. Jones. William H. Lentz is in the Docu ment section detailed from the Press division. Edward S. Pither has been detail ed from the Document section to the Presswork division, as a press corrector. Mr. and Mrs. J. Carberry Karnes, who were in Washington during tho past week to attend the wed I ding of Mrs. Karnes' sister, have re j turned to Philadelphia. Mr. Karnes I is the son of James E. Karnes, of j the Pressroom. SYNOD ATTENDANCE SMALL. Greenwood, S. C., Dec. 4.?Presbyte rian Synod of South Carolina~met yesterday in Anderson with only thir teen members attending. Usual at tendance is 150. The session had been postponed twice on account of influ enza quarantine. ? After electing Rev. E. P.- Davis. D. D., of Greenville, moderator, and ordering all reports j printed in the minutes, the synod ad | journed, having had the smallest at ! tendance in its history. I Adrance Railroads $515,690,000. The RffK^oad Administration has ad vanced'to the railroads under Federal control $515,690,000 since April 1, the director of the Division of Finance announced. Of this sum. it was said yesterday, $316,206,000 was obtained from the revolving fund of $500,000,000 which is provided by the railroad con trol act. The rest comes from surplus earnings of certain roads. Lectures on India. "Interesting India" was the subject of a lecture last night by the Rev. Cornelius Boynton, S. J., under the auspices of Gonxaga College,-at that institution. WARN OF HUNS' TRADE POWER Latin - American Diplomats Say Teutons Count on Strength in South. Warning Against th* renewal of German aggression in the Americas was sounded here today by Latin American diplomats. Opinion was expressed at the va rious embassies and legations that Teuton influence has suffered least in South and Central America and Mexico and that special attention must be given the matter at the ( peace conference to prevent immedi ate resumption of general German j commercial, industrial and financial activities. Bulwarks in this wall that has withstood more than four years* ravages of war include: 1. German propagandists and plot ters in Mexico. 2. Substantial Teuton gold re serves in neutral Argentina, Vene zuela and Colombia. 3. German military and colonial in fluence in Chile. 4. German-owned and controlled sugar plantations, refineries and other Industrie* in Peru. 6. Thriving Teuton colonists of J southern Brazil. 6. Power of small German traders throughout Latin America. Trade Almost Normal. Diplomatic opinion is that Germany is counting on the Latin-American market for the after-the-war trade, by means of which she is going to pay ofT her war Indemnities and speedily regain an independent foot ing. Only the British black list and the American enemy trading list have in terfered with German activities in the neutral republic but despite this many great German banking firms and innumerable small traders have been able to operate upon almost a normal basis. A diplomat Just back from Paris declares that the entente leaders recognize that the Teutons have care fully safeguarded their industries at home and their financial and commer cial enterprises in neutral lands. Elmer Kayser Returns As Secretary of G. W. U. j Elmer Ix>uis Ksyser. who resigned; as secretary of George Washington' University about two months ago to enter the officers' training camp, near Louisville. Ky.. has been mus tered out of the service, and has resumed his duties as secretary of^ the institution. Since Mr. Kayser*s departure the j office of acting secretary has been' held successively by Charles W.j Holmes, treasurer of the university, and Harry C. Davis, an alumnus. Mr. Kayser is only 21 years old. the youngest secretary the univer sity ever had. He received hisi bachelor of arts degree two years ago. and last spring took his mas ter's degree. In addition to serv ing as secretary of the university, he is an instructor in the history department. Divorce Action Filed. Alimony and absolute divorce are j asked for by Frances A. Shaffer from her husband. Samuel Shaffer, in I a suit filed yesterday in the District Supreme Court. Mrs. Shaffer states that her husband is an employe of the navy yard at a wage of $60 a week. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer have been married for over seven years and have no children. BUCKWHEAT COAL Will Save You $2.00 or More Per Ton. Use for banking fire at night and in moderate weather. Rec ommended by the fuel adminis trator for economy and conser vation. Immediate deliveries of Buckwheat. Cannel and Soft Coal can be made by us in quantities of one or more tons. We have ample storage space to reserve coal for future users who wish to safeguard against shortage this winter and have deliveries made when needed. CALL M. Ml CHAS. F. MILLER & COMPANY 604 McLscklen Did*. WIRE CARDSO TO COME HERE Chamber of Commerce Urges Celebrity to At ? tend "Sing" Saturday. A telegram to Enrico Caruao ask ing the singer to attend the nation al song festival on the Ellipse Sat urday afternoon was drafted last night by a committee appointed by the Washington Chamber of Com merce. The telegram committee members are: P. T. Moral), Dr. Lewis Battle and Isaac Gans. The telegram follows: "Enrico Caruso, Knickerbocker Hotel. New Tork. N. T. "Hundred thousand workers will hold national song festival on El lipse. south of White House. Satur day next, at 3 o'clock. Marine Band. Moving pictures taken *by aviator. Endorsed by ten governments, Washington Chamber of Commerce, War Camp Community Service. "Cordial invitation extended to you to participate in the greatest song festival ever held in America, celebrating victory. "Will you come?" The telegram was signed by C. H. English, director. War Camp Copamunity Service. Want Car Tickets. That tickets be issued by the sXreet car companies for use on the Washington cars in order to avoid congestion now caused by the ne cessity of making change, was also taken up by the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce at this) meeting. The board adopted^ resolution In- 1 troduced by Col. John G. Capers earnestly endorsing . the suggestion of many citizens that the Public Utilities Commission of the District j authorise and direct the street rail- j way management to resume the Is- j suance of tickets at 5 cents each in1 accordance with the last official ac tion taken by the Commission. GLOVES Gray suede; cape skin with embroidered black on back: also with wool lining; all sites. A regular $3.00 value. Our <3?1 price. Special Street TAILOR Janes D. McConville 210-212 WOODWARD BLDG. (Second Floor) 1 Sib and H Streets N. W. OVERCOATS for Warmth ?and More Coats that possess warmth in the very quality of their woolens ? coats that em body grace and style in their more notable contour ?these things designate the man who obtains distinc tiveness in his dress. Such men have come to depend upon McConville Tailoring to supply their clothes. Let us show you the new over coat materials. The District National Guard T)on t you want to do your "bit" at home? If so. Join the NEW DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA NATIONAL GUARD now being: organ ized. All men between 17 and 55 years of age can loin. JOIN TODAY?delay may find all commands filled and no place for you. Infantry. Signal Corps, Hospital Corps. Naval Battalion. Ma chine Gun Company and Separate Colored Battalion now forming: Select your service and learn to be a SOLDIER, ready to defend Washington and your country. Do your duty?learn to drill and shoot and thereby show that you are a real AMERICAN. 9 United States flUpplies all Arms, uniforms and equipment. It costs YOU nothing Drills one night per week?no time lost from your business. You pet pay during SUMMER ENCAMPMENT. DON'T delay this important duty. Come to the ARMORY, i'2 L street northwest, next to Convention Hall, and learn full par ticulars TONIGHT. Downtown Recruiting Station, Parker, Bridget & Co., 9th and Pa. Ave. Horn, 12 to 6 ?'Clock. Recroitinj Station for Scparai'' Colored Battalion 14th and You Streets N. W. T tHOUSANDS OF HOUSEWIVES prai*e and recommend Elk Grove Butter They appreciate its purity and whole somenes*?Elk Grove Butter comes in airtight, germproof cartons. f II M00RE*$ RIALTO ?NINTH STREET AT G THEATER FOR THE OPENING SURPRISE PROGRAM OF THE LARGEST AND MOST MAGNIFI CENT STRUCTURE IN AMERICA DEVOTED TO THE EXHIBITION OF FILM PLAYS OF THE FINER SORT SEE SUNDAY'S PAPERS 1 GOLDEN & CO., Wholesalers Only 922-928 U. Ave. SHUUBT ATTBaCTIONI Tonlchi at *:20 Mat. TODAY MILOK, BEDROOM All IATU" ?ll> KT.OKK*C'K MOORE *. v. cm NEXT WEEK. SEATS NOW. WIIIUk Kllletf. F. Hoy (om. look ood Morris IVmri LEAVE IT TO JANE A*erlea'a Beat Musical < omr.ly Original C oapanr SHUBERT-BELASCO < TO> l(,!IT. S:ai?Sfc K. *2..VI I MAT. *AT_ 2:20?-Mr to S2JO. The Soldier Boys of the Aoenkeo l*ronnc Ground m Swrisl Poaiainn of Col William AIW? I O. Prvw-nt THK MAMV.OTH MIMCAL OJMLDi 'Who Stole the Hat7' Coocmrt ?od by Jock Mm <o?. E?f? 0?? Work. Setts STRAND ??* TODAY, KII. ?AT. WILLIAM RUSSELL "All the World to Nothing" ?EXTRA Mr. Francklyn Wallace , ?? ? Oye?? mf 1:4.*. 4:15, 7145 aad D m. m tally. MATS. ft DAVID BKI.ASCO Prwata TIGER ROSE" With LK>ORK VLRIC. |H LOEWS p IALACk AT GARDEN TODA*?LAST TIME* ^ MAE MURRAY MODERN LOVE I AT 10IIA L Mot. T..,, J.3B. k" * a.Hi Uro C. T?!? PATRICIA C0LUR6E TILLir F St. at 13tk Cootinuoua 10 JO t.m. to 11 p TH ROW PL AT I KG iTbr Original I'oiltaana in m a comedy (i ' harartrr STARTIM. MOXDA1?*F%T* >ow CHARLES FkOHMAH Dorothy Dalton ['QUICKSAND'! A LOEWS ? bOLUMBlfl F St. at 12th Cootmacus NJ i m. to 11 ) XOW PLAYING |WM. S. HART! la ^Branding Broadway' Otis Skinner IX Ml? GRKATK*T TRIIMPM Tbe Honor of the Family FRIDAY, 4:30 M ARTI A Third ( sscrrt Tea-Mar Serirs HA*S Van Dresser Kindler Soprano, T>? | ?h>caco-Baaton Opera- \ot*d g TVfceta g. ?: ? T Arhnr ^ai 'h T* G ? TODAY 4:30 LAZARC I Spanish Trisr (run tkr Mrtropeli laa Opera ^ ml on* I Theater. 4 ::U> I Seats noar oct safe at Mrs Green, s /Tic* .a Droops. IX!, A C. m:< o*d coxcckt PHILADELPHIA TUESDAY, 4:30 B. F. KEITH'S a2S-p "GIVE DELIGHT."?Tunes. PHYLLIS LOIS NFILSON JOSEPHINE TYLER TERRY BROOKE K VIH AK A HIUi\\> CHAHIACY GMAPKWIM A CO. EUnore A \\ ilhaa*. Bcatrtca H. rtord. Kapa X 1**' bnchu-i^. eti.. ORCHESTRA LBOPOLD STOKOW SHI* i ?.ndaH??r ! Ntolst POVLA FRIJSH Ttcketa fc*. ULf?. fi *. "ffx- .4 T. Arthur Smith. '.X <; m. SEAT SALE TODAY British Bay Coicert Saturday, 8:30 P. M. Sharp Auditorium, 13th and N. Y. Are. Price*, $2.00 to 50c. T. Art ? ?r tallk, ISO* c HrtH Phyllis Neil son T erry (By pt-rmlasiu* Keith'* Theater) Eva Gauthier, David Bispham, A. F. M. Greig, ? otkrro. Proceeds Brti*h-Aiiienc*i) War Relief Fond. eighth Annual Vaughn Class Concert Friday. Ueeeaiher A 8 P. M. AD1IOMM. M ( FAT* ||ADAY-!M IIOOt< MOfSE Omr Eighth A H Sta pa. =? DANCING. The Rightwav Studio ttt ltLh ST. S.W., at N. Y art. Prtti's Lmkob any hour T5r We teach yoa to lead. Profs. WYNDUAM aad CAIN. lMtrartv* OH* Street GAYETY ft*. ALI. THIS HEKK Tmiooa. HARRY HASTINGS' BIG SHOW 1 mm |f*>i| ! ?of y*ar? itnnsiK* LOADS HORNING Ditffcnls, Witchev Jews^> Sooth Ead Ir*i-i Baataeaa Transacted 1 r?taa|e? > i There Take eara at 12th ?? -+ | Pefumylvnaia aveane. . a* xc.rthf *nd of lllshnsy IIHdire One rv* flehet eneh way ??? l The Stars loos fbyaoar Mm Fitted P" '* Expert* WITH 1 * y**r> *twn?iK? hprcsa, iraJka DAN COLEMAN .?!??<.?????? it...u n? SKXT WKKK......OAVE MAKlOJi | Tkt GIBSON C#., LftC.. 917 My