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The MM*'* Morf?<>fflrl?l mthrr Report?f.rnrrntly Fair.
616 17th St.
AT BOTH STORES
1005-07 Pa. Ave.
D. J. Kaufman
? Puts on Sale
55 Dozen
Famous Winsted Hosiery Company
Fine Woolen
Underwear
$O.I5
Per Garment
Shirts and Drawers?best tailored underwear
. in America, ^izes >4 to 50.
On Sale at Both Stores
Moneys Worth or Money Back
i ,?*. D.J.Kaufman 100 07 '
m
(Incorporated)
^enn. Ave. /
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Aviator Killed, Instructor
Injured, When Plane Falls
"foil Worth. I Mr. ? Jterct. tj |;
^ Haskell. of Sagamore. Mass.. was
killed, and James K. Moore, flight in
?truetor. of Barron Field hero. se
verely injured in ail airplane accident
in KinihN- County, many miles from
a railroad, it wan learned today.
They had boon awav from the field
several days on a eross-countrv flight.
No details of the accident were re
ceived.
Thieves Visit Avenue Shop.
One bathrobe and one pair of black
fcleve?i were filolen from the shop of
I-. S. Oppenheimer's. Pennsylvania
avenue northwest, last ni^ht.
CC/>+'~ ' - v/vr' ? - - -i r.TJ&
Corner Ninth and F Streets
?
Specials fcr Today
Pennsylvania Wocl Sweat
ers uith Notair Buttonholes
?all colors?all sizes.
s4.85, Value -6.50
H;adquarter> for
C RJFFIN'S
SHOE POLISHES &
FINE DRESSINGS
Capital Shoe Findings Co.
637 F STREET N. W.
Phone Main *468
Washington. D. C.
, f KODAK
Jmlfiii Developing & Printing
Satisfactory Work
No Charge.
Tie National Remembrance Shop
'Mr f-'onrrr'x Shop.)
14th St. and Pa. Ave.
BUSINESS
SIGNS
OF ALL KINDS
ItniMonnlilr Priee*.
PIMES SIGN CO.
__803_Ninth Street N. W. |
G
UATEMALA COFFEE
Won Grand Prize i s\ |i
itanania-Pacific 4||f?|H
* Vv IU?
M. E. SWING CO,
Mb mn4 II Ma. \. \V. Mala 7601.
Coffees, Teas. Sugars.
It ? cot th? prfrflf if make, but the stmce
"f ff?. mate? our ?ucceaa."
THE ANDERSON PRINTERY
fKqialt r 'n* Inc. Hank Rids.)
1407 N. Y. Ave., 1st Floor, Rear
Phone Main
THE TOWN CRIER
4
i The North I npMol iind Kckfnff(on
| Citizens' Ass<?ci?ition will meet in
i the Emery School. Lincoln road and
iT street, this evening at 7:45 o'clock.
The .National Federation of Fed-!
| oral Employes will move from its i
! present location in the American
j Federation of Labor Building; to j
| (loom 404 of the Continental Trust j
. Building today.
The >1. ( . A. will ronduct "open
| house" Npw Year l>ay from 2 until j
p. in. There will l>c a concert at:
, S o'clock.at night
The Woman** t lub of Chevy l'hn?r j
will meet Friday at the home o: '
j Mrs. \V. M. Imlay. 106 Raymond j
j street. There will be a "Riley" pro-?
j gram by I ?r. J. T. Huddle, with ap- j
? propriate music by Mr. Sl-Ut- ry The j
; new plan of hawag ev?ning mcct-j
lings with light refreshments is1
! proving popular.
War Alm? ??ill br a apeeinl fen- .
J ture at the ?innual meeting ??f the I
; Alumni Association of the McKinley ,
; Manual Training School Thursday j
; night. There will also be music,
dancing and refreshments.
The patriotic organization n of
women allied with the G. A. R. will (
i join in a big reception at G. A. R. |
| Hall. 1412 Pennsylvania avenue. |
! from I to 4 p. m. New Year Day. |
There will be music and refresh- ;
mcnts. I
I'hr Kan*o* City Girl*' Club of
i War Worker* will hold "open house**
I NVw Year Day from 1 to 6 p. m.
iat the Elizabeth Soniers home. 1104
' M street northwest. All Kansas j
City people and their friends are in
vited.
| The annnnl dance of the Xavf
Yard Players* League will be held
some time in January, according to j
a decision made at a meeting Thurs- j
day night.
The Oklahoma State Club will
have a New Year party and dance J
Wednesday night at the Wilson Nor- '
m?al School. A short program will j
be given at 7 p. m. and dancing will i
follow. Every Oklahoman in Wash
ington is invited.
The ftureaii of Yard* and Dock*.
Navy Department, will keep "open 4
house" New Year Eve from 8 to !
12 in the Red Cross club rooms, j
Corcoran court. New York avenue!
between Seventeenth ?nd Eighteenth.!
streets. All war workers and their;
friends are cordially invited. In- j
formal dan
| attractions.
The Washington Header*' Club
I will meet tomorrow at 8:15 p. m. in |
LOANS
HORKiKS
[[cirends, Watches. Jewelry
South End of Highway Bridge.
Itualnema Tran*ncled Kxrliml % el ?
There.
'lake ear* at 12th Street ana
r ctiioyU aula avenue, for Mouth
md of II II: h%> ny I Vr I rice One car
tlekrt raeh way.
r 3% on Savings Accounts
IJNfON SAVINGS BANK
k- 710 .Fourteenth Street N.W.
1 "Oldest Savings Bank in ,
Washington." )
RESORTS.
ATLANTIC C1TV. X. J
' | KAYMO^k. ATLANTIC CUT
WORLDS GREATEST HOTEL SUCjC?SS
Wade H. Cooper. President.
x
Saving Means Character Building!
Build a solid character foundation with
the dollars you've earned by saving a defi
nite amount 'each week. Start your ac
count now -with us. 3 * INTEREST.
The Oldest Sa zings Bank in Washington.
1 he parlor* of the Colleffe Women's
Club. 1822 I street northwest.
Ihr ditUlon of Ihr I ntlrd Daugh
ters of the Confederacy, of Wash
ington. will hold a reception to the
members ami honorary members of
Camp 171. United Confederate Vet
erans. Wednesday night at 1322 Ver
mont avenue.
The loung >\omrnN < hr'stfnn As
sociation will have "open house" t j
the building. 619 Fourteenth street J
northwest, on New Year afternoon!
for all girls. At 5 o'clock, Henry J
M. Rose, assistant secretary of the I
United States Senate, will give an I
illustrated lecture on "Some Beauty j
Spots in Washington."
Thr ^ Huns Women'* Hebrew A*-j
sociation will givp a dance tonight i
at the old Masonic Temple for the
benefit of the Jewish war sufferers. |
Tickets will be sold ut the door.
llop?^ Council. Son* of Jona^di?l>.
will hold a watch night service ?o-?
morrow at Pythian Temple. mi2 j
Ninth street northwest, beginning at;
8:30 o'clock.
"Jitnbll'flng the Dollar in I'nr
j chasing Power" will be the subject)
of Prof. Irving Fisher, of Yale Uni-j
versity. president of the American |
Economics Association, who will ad
dress the Housekeepers' Alliance |
this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the ?
Interior Department Building, j
Eighteenth and F streets. The
meeting will be combined with a I
meeting of the food production and i
home economics division of the
Council of National Defense.
The nnnunl meeting of the Alumni
Association of McKinley Manual j
Training High School will be held 1
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at j
the school. War films with "Per- I
shing's Crusaders" will follow a!
business meeting in the auditorium !
of the school. There will be music |
and dancing, with serving of re- j
freshments.
The Pennnyh nnia Society will
hold its first meeting of the season
at the Y. M. C. AT H?U. 1736 <J street,
at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Col. Samuel'
R. Stratton will preside.
The question of start'ng nn ag- ?
gressive movement for a branch !
postofflce building in the Eckington
Bloomin&dale section, will be taken'
up at a i#eting of the North Capitol '
and Eckington Citizens' Association '
at the Emery School at 8 o'clock
this evening. Standing committees !
for 11)19. will be announced by Sel
den M. Ely. president of the asso
ciation.
Mr*. J. Frank \\ ilson. chairman of
the woman's section. Montgomery
County Council of Defense, has call
ed a meeting of all department
chairmen and district leaders at
Rockville in January. A speaker
from the National Food Adminis
tration and other prominent speak- !'
ers will be present.
A Xew Year hall ?\ill he held nt
the United Service Club of America,
Dupont circle, tomorrow night. Sup
per will be served at midnight. Next
Friday night at 8:to Lieut, \yoldniar .
W. * de Sveshnikoff. of the Russian
field artillery, will address the offi
cers on the Russian situation.
Eureka Chapter, No. 4. R. A. >1.,
will hold a special meeting this
evening at 7 o'clock to confer the
Royal Arch degree. All chapter
Masons are invited.
The ladles of Almas Temple Patrol
will hold "open house" at the head
quarters of the Patrol. 1224 H street
northwest, on New Year Day. for
the reception of the nobles and their
friends.
Frisco to Spend Million
on Booze New Year's Eve
San Francico. Dec. 29.?The old ^
year is going to swim out in San '
Francisco. ..
Realizing that this may be the last
uwat" New Year's Eve, Westerners
are gathering here today from a doz- ?
en States for the biggest celebra- 'L
tion of the kind in Pacific coast his- .f
tory. " 8
Cafe and saloon men estimated to- jp
day that more than $1,000,000, would |;:
be spent in the celebration, princi- |C
pally for drinks. They estimate tie i
drink bill will Include 12.000 quarts of -
champagne. 100,000 glasses of whisky ?
and 200.000 glasses of beer.
Two days in advance, practically ~
every cafe table in town is reserved
for that night. Delegations are ar- ;
living from every Far Western State, ~
particularly the dry ones. -E
Thief Get* Five Auto Tires.
Five auto tires, valued at $325, were jl
stolen from a garage at Eleventh and i?
P streets northwest early yesterday >
morning, according to a report re
:eive<V-by the police last night. Seven j
nnei tubes also disappeared. im
ALLIED TIN PACT
BROKEN BY U. S.
/
Cancellation of Agreement
Gives Control to British
Exports Committee.
1
Cancellation of the inter-allied tin
isreement Is announced by the War
ndustries Hoard. Thi? thrown the tin
iltuatlon hark Into I he control of the
it-it i?h Rubber and Tin Exports Com
nitjee.
Negotiation* have been pandiug for
ion\e day* between rcptescntat Ives of
heae Interest*. the Importer* favored
>y them, and R. M Haruch. chub man
?f the War Industrie* Hoard, looking
o protection to the American tin In
lustry from price maulpnlatIon They
refe not completed before Mr. itatuch
ind Vance McCorpitck, chairman of
be War Trade-Hoard, Iff! /or EuropeJ
o join the Preaident.
It may be neccsaary before iiiimI ad
ustmcut made to invoke the ein
targo power of I be War Trade Hoatd
o aid the War Industries Hoard In
t.s effort.-*, l'rior to the neuoiiattou of
be lntcralli< d tin agreement the Hub*
?cr and Tin Export a Commit loo eon
rolled the exportation of tin from
j re at Hritain. and eX|v?l permit"
here were restricted to a limited nam
>er of merchant!*, who enjoyad their
iy a monopoly of the trade aod were
nabled to charge a premium ?*f from
to cents a pound.
At present the English market I*
tbout 10 cents under the \meflmnj
>rlce and these interests are **ek-|
ng to sealp lb** market by lochia,
here and selling: there. They also!
?ontend that should the prle ?<* there!
?ise above the American price tne> J
diould be permitted to buy at thej
Vmerican price and sell in ?Jreat|
Britain.
Would Rl?rk
Tlie War industries Hoard I* try
ng to block this specula 11 v.- inaiket
? kimmfnu. which is at th?* evpenae
if the Association of American Sfei
Men, who voluntarily financed the
ieeds of the I'nifed State* for tin I
indcr the inter-allied agir?-mcnt.
This agreement was the result of j
i mission to Europe, fiom the War;
Industries Hoard in August. 191*. to j
irrange control and allocation of;
.be world's supply of tin to the
tilled nations in the most economic
nanner to secure adequate supply
ror the war industries.
An agreement was negotiated l?e- I
ween the t'nited States and the al
,ies which provided for an allied tin
?xeeutive who should arrange for the
purchase of all tin at each producing; 1
?enter and allocate it to each of the i
lilies in accordance with their needs, t
Congress had set up no machinery I
similar to the drain ?"orporatlon or j
[he Sugar Equalizing Hoard to handle.
America's portion of this tin. so the.
War Industries , Hoard asked thej
American Iron and Steel Institute to j
provide a vehicle for t he financing
*nd distribution. The I'nited State*?
Steel Products Company was organ-!
ized. and handled America's share of |
ihe tin so that the American Indus-,
trie? using it obtained th?,ir supplies
at the same pri<*5? at the pnint of pro- i
luction that was paid by the other'
participating countries and at an ab-1
solute net cost of import.
I'nid Import Profit.
A.f a mater of fact, t'/is brought |
the American consu ? industries j
their tin at a lower figure than con- i
turning industries in other countries
rot it. for outride of this country the I
industries were forced to pay an iin-1
porter's profit.
American men are expected to J
:ome before the new Republican Con-1
cress with a demand for hiyh pro- I
tectlve tariff on tin plates, so that :
hey can buy. if forced to. in a market j
jnfavorable to them, and still compete,
n finished products with their favored
competitors; but in the mennwhile the
War Industries and War Trade Hoards
nay have reached pome arrangement
fthlch will take the props out from
inder their high tariff argument.
Boy Fights Kaiser in Sleep.
Wilmington. Del.. Dec. 29.?L*eslie. j
he 16-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. j
""harlea J. Hardesty. of Raltimore, |
engaged in a battle with Kaiser Bill '
iere tonight. While visiting the home I
>f his aunt here Leslie suffered a 1
light mare, broke up a bureau while 1
nunehing the Kaiser and finally fell i
exhausted.
He had to be taken to a ho.-pital for
repairs. '
EVF.RETT TRUE
SAYS RETURNED YANKS
DEMAND HIGHER JOBS
Massachusetts Employment Chief
Sees New Problem Ahead.
Boston, lite. 29._The tendency of
returned soldiers Keeking employ
ment here to demand higher poai
lions IImn they held before the war
has raised what experts believe to
be another readjustment problem
Invalidation brought to light the
ra.-t thai there la work for the men.
but that In numerous cascs they
have refused to. accept Jobs in
trades In which they are skilled.
H <1 Ininderdale. superintendent
of the state Employment Bureau
heir, declared today that most of
III" returned soldiers and sailors
applying for work are "aiming too
high, and are declining work pay
ing wagea undreamed of before the
war.
It Is balleved that this problem :
will be solvd in Massachusetts with
Hie ''stahllshmenaof a State bureau
of employment devoted to soldiers i
and sailors alone.
SUFFS TO BURN
WATCH FIRES!
Beacon Will Be Lighted Be-;
fore White House New
Year Day.
Match Arc., 0f freedom guarded I
by suffragists will be lighted in;
fr.int of the White House at 4 |
ovioek on New Year afternoon to.
burn until the suffrage amendment!
? ? passed by the United States Sen- I
*tc. I
throughout New Year night re-!
"r women holding purple, white1
and gold* banners of the Woman J
party Will tend the tires.
Two suffragists. relieved every
two hours, will stand, one on either
side of the watch tire, with their
aimers. iin t;,e upper balconv of
the headquarters of the National !
Woman's party will hang a hell 1
of'uie fll" I'"* "''""ver guard' !
1 1 l,l< "r?* changed. i
?m"hRpo<'1'' "ays the fl*J
will be guarded by delegations t.p
resenting different Stat,, va'r.
lous_ profeaslons. Women from N..w
>ork. New Jersey. Delaware, .Mary
land < olorado. Michigan. f<outh
? arolina and Texas have ?|r,adv
asked for a day to be allotted tl?
lo in Special wood will he brought
from every State t,, f?od thi>r b,
of freedom. Mrs. Helena Hill Wood
lb.! Vonn" wiM bri"K from
that Mate a branch of an oak tre.
vhi.h grew from an acorn of the
barter Oak, famous in an earlier'
"1" "sful protest for libertv Kcd
wood will come fro,,, California
:* roin Florida will be brought
branches of the pai,n Main?
New Jersey and North Carolina will
contribute their special pine* Wom
en from Ohio Will burn branches of
the buckeye tree, those from Ari
zona the cactus, and New Mexico
will send the houghs of pepper trees
while hircll will represent New
Hampshire.
A similar protost of tiro is to bf
mado soon ir, J,otidon whon thr doc
uments prcH^ntintr the fr^dom of
that city to th?? former Kmppror of
?i*?miany aro burned in the court
yard of the city prison.
BACK FROM WAR, FINDS
WIFE AND CHILD GONE
Soldier. Heartbroken, Returns After
Family Disappears.
1 niontown, Penn.. Dec. 29. Ke
turnhig t<> his homo near I'nion
town. after a years absence
< harles Ringer, a soldier, was
heartbroken to find his wife and
6-n:ohths-old daughter, mvsterious
Iv missing. Crave fears of foul
play or abduction of the 16-year
old wife find mother are enter
tai ncd.
Albert Hix. nbaugh. the girl's fa
ther. says his daughter left his
home Sunday noon for Uniontow.i
intending to visit at the home of
he, husband s parniis. Since thai
time nothing has been seen ,r heard
of the woman.
Mrs Hixenbatigh married when
less than lj. yearn old. Later her
husband was called to the colors
and had been absent until his ar
rival for the Christmas holidays.
BY CONDO
DECLARE NAVY
RATES HONORS
;
Officers Say Chiefs of Sea
Service Should Be
Recognized.
Army and navy officers alike are of
the opinion that the special honors
which so far have gone to the army
for service in the war should also be j
fciven to the navy.
They think that it would be only '
right for Admirals Benson. Sims and j
Mayo to hold their present rank for |
life, and that men who served under j
them, either on shore duty abroad or 1
a' home, should receive proper recog- i
nition In the form of Distinguished i
Service Medals.
It Is pointed out that Admiral Ben- j
son has served throughout the war as i
Chief of Staff of the navy, while in
the army there have been Ms Chiefs of
StafT Gens. Scott. Bliss and March.
Admiral Mayo has been in charge of
the helm, making the way easy for
the transport service. * and Admiral
Sims has been hard at work ever since
he was sent to Europe without any
relief. Admiral Sims, it is pointed out. J
performed not merely police duty so i
far as submarines were concerned, but j
was ready at all times to take hiir
Dreadnoughts into action against the
German fleet in port or at sea. Ad. I
miral Benson did practically the work i
of the whole war so far as the navy J
is concerned in the matter of admin- j
istration. day and night.
At home, through no fault of their
own. were Rear Admirals Taylor, chief i
of the Bureau of Construction; I^eigh '
Palmer, in charge of personnel; Jo?
seph McKean. of Benson's office; Vic
tor Blue, now chief of the Bureau of
Navigation, recently returned from
service abroad and many others.
In the opinion of officers of botu;
branches of the service, the principle j
of life honors for actual fighting serv- j
ice and of distinguishing medals,
should be the same for the navy and
the army. It is believed by these offi
cers that u no motion is made from
within the navy to equalize the honors j
of the war Congress may take up th*
i question. Secretary of the Navy Dan- J
iels is to go before the House Commit- j
; on Naval Affairs today, bul it is J
not known whether he has this matter,
as one of hi* suggestions affecting the |
! future of the navy.
ARMENIAN WAR RELIEF
ENDORSED BY GIBBONS
Cardinal Declares Project Deserves
Support of All Christian People.
i lndorsrrtvnt of the relief work for
. war-stricken Armenians and Syrians
!tn be carried on by the American [
j Committee for Relief in the Near Rast .
j was made by Cardinal Gibbons in a >
J statement made puhjic yesterday
The statement, signed-by J Cardinal .
'Gibbons, drawn up at his home in :
.Baltimore, says;
? The attempt to relieve and save |
the starving peoples in the Near East |
? deserves the sympathetic support of |
jail Christian people. Not only h?\e
(the Christian inhabitants of Turkey J
1-een impoverished and decimated by j
a succession of wars, but deportation j
I and massacre have destroyed many |
I fnlhPrs and mothers. leminR hundreds |
of thousands of orphans to be fed. j
j Hothed and provided with homes. The ,
American Committee for Armenian . i
and Syrian Relief is to undertake to I
'raise, in January, a large sum for this'
| purpose. I hope that all who have )
jgiven freely for this and other forms!
of war relief will be generous still in i
the face of this greatest tragedy of The J
I war."
? *
Arrested, Finds Father
Lost 30 Years, in Jail
New Tork. Dec. 29.?Benjamin iJ
Kranklin. 41 years old. found hi* !
father after a separation of thirtv |
years by beinp arrested, but he was t \
held for the Brand jury wi the West . |
Side Tolice Court on a charge of 1
Brand larceny, the truth'of which I
he admitted.
lie was arrested Christmas Eve
in Albany. N. Y.. Just thirty years I
after he had left the home of His j
I father, a printer in that city. From j
! the day he left his father he had ; |
not seen him. But Christmas Ev.\
in the course of his work, he was j
! called upon to set up the newspaper I
? account of the arrest of Benjamin J
: Franklin, an alleged thieving butler.
j.nd after he had finished his work,
went to police headquarters and.
asked to see the prisoner. He rec- j
ognized him at once as his /on. {
HUN SOCIALISTS STAND PAT.
' Scheidemann Says His Associates jj
Will Remain on Job.
London, Dec. LH.-The Majority So- I
ciHlist members of I)* O.erinan cabinct j
will not retire. Philip Scheidemann
declared late Saturday nlsht. accord-|
ing to a dispatch from Copenhagen to- . |
flight, quoting a Berlin telegram.
Scheidemann declared the Majority J
Socialists would adopt this attitude;
because they constitute the majority J
government of Germany. , I
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
LOCAL KOKKTAST
District if Odumbis snd Maryland: I-sirj
M? wU>; Tuesday ircrea>ing cloudiness sist ,
? smier. probably rain or sn<>* . gentle to mod- .
crate ihiftinf wind* brooming southeast by .
Tuesday. j
Virginia: Fair Monday; TUeada* increasing j
lt-iidir<?w and* winner, probably ram or 1
in north and rsin in prriHh inrtion: inoders'e
'lifting wind* becoming southeast and south j
V.'!;da> night.
LOCAL T EM I* ER ATI" R K9
Midnight. 31; 2 a.m., X; 4 a.m.. 30. 6 a.m.. I
*2; 8 a.m.. 30; 10 a.m.. 31; 12 uoon. 3^; 2 i?.m.,
c; 4 p.m.. 31; 8 p.m., 12; ft p.m., 30; 10 p.m.. |
22. Highest. 36; lowest. 28.
Relative humidity: 8 a.m.. 58; 2 p.m.. 42: .
v p.m., 47. Rainfall (8 p.m. to 8 p.m.). {
> "fours of sunshine. 8.0. Per cent of (KMs'ible j1
-<::mhine, K>.
DETARTVRE8.
Accumulated excess of temperature aince Jan- |
oary J. 1018. 336 degrees; excess of temperature
since I>ec. 1. 1*18. Iff degree*, accumulated de
ficiency of i recipltation since January 1. 1*1*. ?
*35 inches. excess of preciistation since l>ec. J
I, 1918. 1.-56 incbea. Temierature same date ?
!a.-t year: Highest, 17; lowest, 2.
OTHER TEMPERATURES.
Lowest
Highest last Rain
yesterday. niglit. 8 p m. fall.
Beaton. Mass a 22 S 02
t'kieajro. 111. 24 23 24
Ofdand. Ohio 26 22 26
Denver, Col ? 22 58
Detroit, Mich ? ? 26 0".
lbdiarapolis. Ind 34 29 32
Kausaa City. Mo >? ti 38
Let Angeles, Oil ?2 S? 16 ...
New* Orleans La 50 28 48
New York. X. Y 36 8 ?
t'Ot Lake City. Utah. 34 * ;? .fci
Tiaapa. Ha M a 48
TIDE TABLKS.
' ? spiled by United States Coast and Geodetic
Surrey).
Today?Low tide. 12:13 a.m. and 12:12 p.an.;
: ,;h tide, bf s.m. and 605 p.m
THE BUN AND MOON
Today?Sun rises. 72- s.m.; sets. 4:34 p.n?.
Moon rises. s.m.; sets. 2:01 p.m
Automobile lamps to be lighted at 5.16 p.m.
V
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?Steamer Trunks ?Suit Cues
Hat Trunks ?Trarelinf Bags
?Golf Trunks ?Fitted Bap and Cases
7he Better Grades of Military Equipment
Becker's Leather Goods Co.
1324-1326 F Street
AMUSEMENTS.
jl lULlC Tonight
A, g Sh&rp
liig?<-*t irv! Mi#? K\ p? nnvr Th^atrual A?
traction Ew Kr< us?it to \kaMiinc*>or>.
Win KJli -tt. r K?> Cmltork ?n<i M itis
?J?Hl lY.trtit Uk?
tt"rld'? Mo?f lir-iiiitif it | Production
CHU CHIN CHOW
A Mu-v?l Kitr?ii??iit of toe ??r??fit.
Sow in |t. M V.,r *i lii? Maje?t>* T?.e
?It. Lot*1'?. Ihr>rt friu ? War it
?hr T Ktlit. S<-w Vorfc.
Cfltipwv of it*. IVnp|p-1| Hie Srrnen.
\tAT WM>MM?AT (aC
?W- Ma'. Tiuinwlay ?th1 tiatnrda* -ofc-to ?:
C LOEWS ?
OLUMBlA
K M. ?( 1:1k
Contiixirus K JO aou. to 11 p in.
lMla>. TimmIu 3r nntl Nrw > mr'*
SPECIAL
HOLIDAY BILL
MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON
STRAND COMEDY
1-VntMrinK lili-nnur Kirldo.
LOEWS NEWS EVENTS
Mio^ini: VprHallf the
Return of American Battle Fleet
JULIA ARTHUR
l> Til K
"CAVELL CASE"
ADDED ATTRACTION
"The Rose of No Man's Land'"
FRED KEMLO
LOEW S r
ALACL
? K St. n? nik
I < ont i n n??u ? 10:30 A. >1. lo 11 P. M
lMata.. IS. MKht>.. 1.'.. .1T?c
Today iind All Wfrk
Douglas
FAIRBANKS
i>
ARIZONA"
ft LOEW'S B
Columbia
K St. at 121k.
?'< ntiuu< ua 1030 a.m. to 11 1 m.
VOW IM.AVIM.
"The Cavell Case"
Kcattirint:
JULIA ARTHUR
GAYETY lT
The t.rcnt
Star and Garter Show
Vxt Wfrk SAM HOWK'S NKWKST SlMW.
RIGHT WAY STUDIO
912 10th Street, at N. Y. A*e.
[.earn to Danrf nnd Knjov |,jfr_
PHOK. CAI\ Personally I n* t rurt Inu
1 teach ycu e?er> correct movement of your
feet and body I teach you to lead in all th*
latent ballroom dance*. Irritate le**ii* auy
iioitr, TSr. 10 31 a. m. tii 10^# |?. m
Plirwie Lincoln 3*29. fur appointment.
SPECIAL CLASS DANCE
AT THE MASONIC TEMPLE
8th and F St*. N. E.
All car lire* near Kerry Thun?.lr> I to 11 p.
m. under the p-rmmul in?tnK^on of one of
Amcrira a most mkmotIuI Miam ing raa*'er*. I'rof.
t'ain. Dnn't miK- thin rare opportune Onta.
|1 CO. ladie*. 60 cent*. Kindly come b> couptaa.
Annex Dancing
vrr.M academy ,<vr?
v Trarkla* up-to-dntr
Imllrooin dnntlna ? One
*?frp. Fax Trot. W nlta
1 Ibrp latrit atepn).
Maaa leaaaa*. Wr. Pri
vate Irnkont any hour.
I.ndy nnd (.rntlrmm
laatrartvra.
8th and E St.. N. W.
Phone Franklin 2650
AMUSEMENTS.
SHUBERT - BELASCO
TO*l?;HT. Mr to S2-M.
\ >HT? WKD.. Till RV A>U hat.
?Tl HIT WALKER Pmnla
BOOTH TAKKKGTOn
"SEVENTEEN"
With <.rrc#r> Kelly nod Original
New Vwt t^wapnny.
Next Sun uIM '?' ??
^UD. ? % i .re for ? .iraklM"
SHUBEWT - GARRICK
'?h.mx; m;\t momiav mght
"K AT* Till M*l>4 V
THE LONG DASH
Ullk It OH I' M1 KDKMIN
IMin I.Alt M AT. TMI It Ml A AT
trek.. SiJiO. 91; Hal., TIW-. Mk| t.aU ~
N
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<OIIA> AM> 11 \ It It IA
IVewiil (hr
snrpn**lni:
A TAILOR-MADE MAI
Alth ?.KA\T *ITl IIKI.I. mm*
I he P.HlIrr Original >. 1. ( naf mm*
l^toHi*.
^?nrtlnK ^unda?
?TMK NOV 41. \ A(.?Ri?\Om
BURTON HOLMES
(TODAY &
WITH THE "YANKS'
in ITALY
Rf *f r* rd SraU. .W. TSe mm* ft
BOSTON SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA,
HENRI Htl*AM>. < ???lurt.r.
NATIONAL theater.
Tnetday Aftrrnoon.
January 7, 4:30.
-oloi.t?FHIiDRK KRADKM,
A lolioi.t. '
*eat? now on hair Ml Mr*. C.retar'a
?ffler. Ib llroop'a. 1.1th aad
JOHN
McCORMACK
POLI*S TH KATF.K
friuav. Jam Aiti hi. 4m
?t* noM on aalr nt Mm. <>r?TM
Office In Droop'k. 13th and Ci.
B. F. KEITH'S ir
daily^sun; holys^',
K'.tra MaL New Yuri I?a\ 5 |> m.
HARRY B MLLE.
WATSON, JR. NITTA-JO
So r*v frrmi ? ? M l
and Kn.ifc A? I*n <;ir"lctte~
HENRY LEWIS,
Mrs. Hughe*. other*. and I lima of
l*r?Mdmt> Am??l hi l>mnre and
*4 Home-<t>frinc N?t\ .
R I A L TO
ItuTt ?tt MlaM
l< onlinuoiiR A. M. to 11 I' M
Morn. | Aft. I'\e.
IO-..-W tn 1 1 ?o ? G lo II
IV | 2.%e SV
jtf AHo%e Include*. War Thi 11
I Packed to Capacity Yesttrday!
|\nH ?<> lli ??.?? Ill TthWrrll
Mack Sennttt's $500,000
* Triumph
"MICKEY"
% ll-??lnr ( aM Im liidri.
J M ABU NORM AMI.
I I'ir*l IMet ured ??f I'rckidrnt
llfton In Kraare.
I "lliit tie of l.r* Inlhima." In Mao
I nirieent \alural < olora.
*peelnl Overture
"ZAMPA"
I
'I ? 'i strand i
t<> ? r. 1? isri ? ta u. zim
Toll A V. Tl ES. and H>:ll.
JULIA H EDWIN
DEAN ' ARDEN
RULING PASSIONS'
? r i li? ? t r n ? I > ii ?i I I nr.i.
S i S GARDEN n rTJ
y? ? P. M? IQri | to II. 1W
TOD At iind TIO
NAZIMOVA
"EYE FOR EYE"
LYCEUMli^t
II Alt HI LAXt. In
THE LIO LIFTERS
M A TIM TODAV

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