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To Be Seen This Week > ational?Cyril Maadr In -Tlie S?v ln* Grart.** Cyril Maude and hi* supporting company, under the direction of Ch&rle* Frohman, will begin a week'* ensagcment at the National Theater, tomorrow evening, in the new C. Haddon Chambers' comedy. "The Saving Grace." Mr. Chambers* new comedy brings Mr. Maude forward in a type of character totally different from the testy, but lovable, ?Grumpy," his last play. Blinn Corbett. the hero of "The Saving Graofe." is a full blooded, genial, optimistic Britisher, who covers, under a cheerful ex terior an almost religious devotion to England and her traditions. This manner of man. so frequently to be met with among ex-offlccrs of the British army, has been most skil fully transferred to the stage by Mr. Chambers and Mr. Maude. No less truly drawn is the character of Mrs. Corbett. which is delightfully played by Miss Laura Hope Crews. Other members of the flne organ isation that surrounds the notable star are Betty Murray. Annie Hughe.-*. Charlotte Granville. Kd ward Douglas and Stanley Harrison. P#ll>?Tlie Pnaalnjc Show of The Parsing Show of 191#. having scored one of the biggest successes ever known tn the history of the the ater in Washington, this brilliant at traction will give an extra perform aoce at Toll's tonight. Nothing in the wmy of extravaganza in the past com ities with the present Winter Garden offering from the standpoint of mag nitude. c ast or beauty of music. The j chorus is gowned in startling crea tions. dazzling to the feminine eye. The cnst of principals include Irene Franklin, assisted by Burton Green. Willie and Eugene Howard. Will H. l^ilbrtck. Roy Coummings. Fred and Adele Astaire. Dorsha. Edward His*.-. Lett a Corder. Violet Engletleld and a chorus of 150. Poll*?'"The KImm Hurglsir." ;fTh?* Kiss Burglar."' one of last i<Ason s N 'w York musical hits, I w4ll be presented .at Poll's Theater I (*r week beginning tomorrow ! wjih matinees Thursday and Satur- i dt> The book and lyrics of "The J Burglar" are by Glen Mc- j 1 jfnongh. the music by ltaymona i Hibbell. 3j"he two featured members of the c#t are Mane Carroll and Den- I njpn Maley. Other important mem- f -hij s of the company * are Louise j ?tftnk. Knid Shackleford. Anne l Sand*. Harry Clarke. Paul Duzell. as j wttnas a delectable delegation of j Broadway beaut'es. Tb*? story of "The Kiss Burglar"! cgtftffl around a very charming j grand duchess who is visiting a , \gw_York couple anxious to break j irfOa* Society, and who employ a i presVagent for that reason. A ? > "Wij American business man. ho ! a year before in Trieste had to flee 0 foiClU? life after knocking down a prince for cheating at cards, es-J < his pursuers by dashing I tHronjrh an open window into a 1 d*r* room, where h?- found himself I cuhlrbnted by a b? autiful woman. ' who. taking him for a burglar, had offered him her jewels, he taking a kfcs instead, as she fainted in his a mm H. tells this story to the press who seizes upon it and in (iifoee a friend to go through the sf?B??-performance with the duchess .-<i T? "may write up the story in the inV??**M of his employer. the ducljess' host. The scene of the re- I h?-arsal of this stolen kis* and the theft itself supply comedy of the most laughable description. Of eourse. there are complications, as the -duchess is in search of the original kiss burgler. and he, of his unknown charmer, and aiter various complications they are orought to gether. Bf ?? t SleeplrMM .Night.** The offering at the Shubert-Be lasco Theater for the w?ek begin ning tonight will be the Messrs. Shut?ert s production of a three av-i J farce by Jack I*arric and Gustav | Plum titled "A Sleepless Night."' For this presentation there has. been assembled an all-star cast. Heading the list of stars is Irene Kenwick. Appearing in support also will b? Ernest Glendinning. Ilonald Gallaher. William Morris. I^ueille Watson and Carlotta Mon te?ey. together with a well balanc- 1 | ed company. "A Sleepless Night." is described j as a laugh-provoking vehicle. The I scene is laid in Huntingdon. Long j Island. A young girl and her fiance be- j come bored with being in each other's company so constantly and' each starts out m search of excite- j mer.t and adventure elsewhere, t Their que^t leads them into various [ complications. I (?arrirk?Klennor fainter in -The Climax.'* A theatrical presentation of unusua; j importance is announced for tl?? Shubert-Garrick. beginning this even- j ing. when the Messrs. I,ee and J. J. Shubert will offer Edward j Locke's comedy. "The Climax." with j Mi?0 Eleanor Painter and a star cast ! that includes Walter Wilson. Effing- | ham Pinto and Roy Walling. "The Climax" is in three aets. with I incidental music by Joseph Carl Uriel. The forthcoming presentation, which | is In the nature of a revival, is iden- ; tkal with the original production, with > Mr. Pinto cast in hi? original role I of IMetro Golfanti. the hot-tempered bojf, and Walter Wilson cast In the j roll he portrayed during its memor- ' ablt New York engagement, that of' the* tweet and lovable Italian musk- ; teaCber The Climax'' tells the slory <>r ? j yoiftig girl who aspires to fame as an [ slnKer. There iM a pretty love ; strain that run* through the pi*,, with; plenty of heart Interest, comedy ! ?n<t pathos. Miss Painter will be ?een ; in Ike role of Adelina Van Hum the_?peratic aspirant, a part for which shejfc particularly adapted. Tfc? production was stayed under the direction of Mr Locke himself. an<t the Mesar* Shubert have apared neither time nor expense to make "TN Climax" hne of the genuine j of the theatrical season. I :B. K. Keith's?Yaudevllle. Sfic. Olsa Petrova. the famous "t?r? and ncrecn star, after an ab sence of four years, is returnim; to K F. Keith's Theater this week Mmje, Petrova will show the breadth an<t fascination of her genius In a errjft of songs. poems and reclta tioM Comedy relief in overflow ing-; fieastire will he afforded by the Av<H Comedy Four, the funniest orrtft quartet of the period. They *ill spring their surprising antics and mellow harmonies In "A Hun tarl^n Rhapsody." said to b* >?6?ttrall> lauichable Kuby Nor on;gnJ .-'amniv Lee. often of late n tie big Broadway shows, will ? d<FQv:ir Quota of mirth to the bill hr^Kh their songs and dances, in ?ne ?t (l,. former. Miss Norton re >e?ung a voice w J, as high a top- j note as Trentinl. the .prima donna. | As it was done in Egypt during i the dark ages of that mysterious J land, referring to the oriental danc ers then in vogue as temple ritea,! will be vividly and sensationally | presented by Princess Radjah, who' is credited with having in her veins royal blood of the land of th? pyra mids. Her chief numbers Will be the "Cleopatra dance" and the "Arabian chair dance." Other fea tures will be Owen McGiveney, the quick-changc player. in "Mil SyUes"; Val and Ernie Stanton. "The English Boys from America"; Bernard and DufTy. in "Have a Smile"; LAdy Alice's Pets, tiny tots i of the animal world fn clever stunts, ; and the Pathe News Pictorial. ?"H!?-H!p-Hoop?} Girls." J If advance predictions are real-1 ized. the coming seven days will! prove a red-letter week at the Gayety Theater, where George Belfrage's | famous "Hip-Hip-Hooray Girls" will ( make their first appearance of the ? present season, commencing with . today's matinee. "Frolics Abroad" is the title giveni the musical extravanga to be pre- j sented in two acts and eight scenes. . and is said to include every type of ^ entertainment, ranging from farce; comedy to grand opera and from | melodrama to vaudeville. Ben Pierce, a character comedian of delightful I ability, heads the cast which in- | eludes such well known performers! as Helen McClaiifc, Ralph Roc ka way. Tillie Storke. Eddie Jordan. Thelma Seavelle. Gene Beaudry and Perrin Somers, besides a chorus of twenty.! girls of grace and charms. One of the features of the olioj will be the aquatic spectacle pre- j sented by. the Six Diving Belles, i young women of pleasing face and j figure, who will impersonate mer- : maids in the huge glass tank that; will he provided. In conjuction with this act. Manager Harry Jarboe of, the theater lias arranged two ama teur diving contests to be held dur- j ing the week, which will be open to any patron of his house. The first, which is for men and boys only, is J set for Thursday ni^ht. with another, for women and girls on the follow ing night. Valuable prizes will be ( awarded the winners. Entries can b?- made at the Gayety Theater box office. < ?wmOH \ uuilr \ illr. The Cosmos Theater this week will; offer a show which has broken rec- j ords recently. It is the famous j "Mimic World of 1<U8." featuring George GifTord. the dancing marvel i of the New York Hippodrome; Alice Morley and a company of genuine Broadway principals, with one of the most striking ?irl c horuses of the sea- j son. which has just completed a tour I AMUSEMENTS. of the Liberty theaters of thd. coun try. Its spectacular, handsome stage sittings and bizarre and beautiful costumes are enhanced by special lighting effects. Among the other big specialties will be Johnny Singer and the Dancing Dolls; Solly Cutner. who was featur ed in "Yip Yip Yaphank," and Alma ( and the Merriman Sisters in an elabor- 1 ate musical number. The big rnati nee film wlH be the Artcraft produc tion featuring W. S. Hart in "Brand ing Broadway," which transfers the famous Western character artist to Broadway. The Pathe Animated News and other films will complete the bill. Today, at 3 p. m.. and running al most continuously, the performance* will present a bill of unusual features, some of them new. Moore** tiirdfii?"Thf Wildcat of Paris.** "The Wildcat of Paris." in which Prfscilla Dean offers one of the most astounding portrayals ever brought to th" rrtn, WlU be the prinicpal at traction at Mo?re's Garden Theater the first four days of the current week. In this amaxingly realistic sub ject are combined a narrative based npon the history of the underworld Apache in Paris at the outbreak of the war. and a series of fictional epi yodes that rivet attention and com majid the admiration of all lovers of high-power action. Miss Dean in the role of Joan of Arc of the under world submits to all manner of per sonal risks and lends the film a dis tinction that could be imparted to it by no other actress appearing before the public. Her support Is composed of players especially chosen with a view of visualizing types little known in this country and the direction and photography are such as to create and preserve the atmosphere of Paris with complete accuracy. For the last three days of the week, beginning Thursday, the Garden will offer as its screen star Miss Blllie Rhodes in the title role of "Hoop l*a," a photodrama with a back ground of circus life that possesses all of the fascination of the "big tops" and the sawdust ring. The story of "Hoop-La" is one which traces the experience of a little or phan who is reared by a clown in an obscure ring-show until it is dis covered by her aristocratic relatives that she is really an heiress. The scenes depicting the entrance of "Hoop-I*a" of the circus into exclu sive social circles are immensely amusing. Particular interest, how i ever, will no doubt center in the rea listic circus scenes. In the taking of which a real tent show was utilized. The Garden's daily programs will be completed by shorter picture of ferings and synchronized orchestral accompaniment. Moore'* Strand-?**When n Girl Love*.** Mrs. Charlie Ch'iplin. nee Mildred Harris, is the gifted star of "When a Girl Loves," the most recent Lois Weber super-production, which will j form the chief photoplay attraction at Moore's Strand Theater the first j four days of this week, beginning I today. In this tremendously appeal AMUSEMENTS. N ATlftM A I Commencing TOMORROW II H I I V n H L Mais. Wed. & Sat. I RIGHT Cnly tfceatar in Waafc nf?oi eisoaively kam eti and faraifB tiara of W?t raak Charles Frohman pressn+s CYRIL MMJDE in c Haddon Chambers' new Comed/ THE SAVING GRACE -MATS. wei NCE ' STARTING SUNDAY?MATS. wed. and SAT.?SEATS THURS. "REMNANT ^vil-hORRIN J0HN50N & """ B*?H GREAT CAST ? I Direct from 4 Months Triumph in NY.City At r?0<- to S2.00 Wfd A Sat At 2i2? W nxhinKton'N l*layhoiiK?* llrnntlfiil. I'rr*f nlinu Only th?? Forcmo*t Foreljcn and >'afl\p Artiat* nnd At t met ion*. twea\e?qs. l?E & J.J.HUBERT OffUb A FARCt COA\EDY IN THREE ACTS OY JACK LAQRICa GUSTAV BLUM witX ? Irene Feiwick ? AND ALL"STAR.CAST ERNEST GlENDENNINO DONALD GAllAftHtft wiluam Monms LUClLt WATSON CARLOTTA MON7EOCV AND 5TRONCb5UPPOriTIMCj COMPANY TODAY -Ona B. Talbot Fine Arts Enterprite AT H::tO?r.RKAT .IIIHT IIF.C1TAI. MMK. IIK.I.KN J A('l|( K* TODAY STANLEY THIBAUD CHICAGO OI'F.RA CO. I flrfatpat French ViolinUf I'ltIC F,St ?2.:H?. 92. II. BOX SKAT*, ?1. \F\T W KKK?( OMMKA( l\(J M \I)AV?SKATS TOMOUHOW AllTIH K IIAMHKHSTKIX I 'rrarnla THE MUSICAL COMEDY tt TUMBLE IN" |taa?*d MumIc H y II ( DOIjF FHIMI. Robert Rlnrhart and Itook -id I.yrica By OTT ? II ARKAC li f>a ii Farre ( omfdj by Mary llopu aod. WITH \ (AST OF FAVORITES IM( I.I'DIXli /.F.I.D A ? (HAR I.KS RKifil.KS. PK(iOI O^KIh. WII.I.IAM IIA I.I HON A III llll A It O. ROli %>l) IKH.I K. N lltMMA IIAHXOM). IIF.IOKR. KI.SIK |,AWBO\. KRKO l,K*NOX, I LAIIIF \ Ol.f.A MISIIKA. M?HIIIIADHAT'O l'HKTrit?T GIIH-*?20 A very KAHS, .IK AS. FRKD AOLK, ing subject, which is punctuated with scenes of "a thoroughly stirring dramatic quality. the beautiful young wife of the screen's foremost comedian is afforded a role in the portrayal of which her mimetic powers are given wide scope. The action is necessarily turbulent at times, for the story of "When a Girl Loves" la one that has its locale in the West and for its central male character a man of great mental en dowments who devotes his talents to criminality instead of to con structive effort. This role, opposite the star, is faultlessly played by William Stowell, an actor whose at tainments have been notable. Brief ly, the narrative may be summa ?* ?? CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. ? &IGINNING TON/GUT THE WSMS-lf? S J.J.5HUK&T ? WITH INCIDENTAL MUSIC ?y EDWARD LOCKE'S COAEOY J05CPMCAIU 5REIL ANO/WIXCULCNT SUPPORTING COflFHNY WALTER W/ISON tmNQhAM PINTO DOY WALUN6 DIRECT FROM THE COHEDY THEATER, fi.Y. MERE OtSCfiitltmm THEATER GOERS mconcD it wmiunbounded E/mtus/Asn. At/cms atS'So - 30* to*aoo POP */00 MAT-TnUQS.4t2:20 SATUBOAY flATINCE DESTSCATS h.OO I EASILY THE THEATRICAL EVENT OF THE SEAS Off. Week Beginning Mon., ;'eb. 17?Seati on Sale Thursday MR. WALTER HAST PRESENTS CHARLES CHERRY and FRANCINE LARRIMORE IN A NEW PLAY ft SCANDAL By COSMO HAMILTON MAIL ORDERS NOW?MATS.?THURS?SAT. 99 QAI MOLASTTIME rvLI 9 TONIGHT Sill 1IFHT ATTRACTIONS The Gigantic Winter Garden Revue the PASSING SHOW 1918 ? rorri.Mt run>:* Tomorrow Night and All Week Glen McDonough and Raymond HobbeU's Smacking Musical Hit ii ml ? brilliant company of player*. including: l.oulae Mink. Hmmrtt Shneklcford. Anne Sand*. Harry Clarke. Paul Dusrll and a Delectable Dele gation of llroHduay Heautie*. Next Week?Seats Tuesday?One Gala Week Starting Sunday, February 16 LET JOY BE UNC0NF1NED TRIUMPHANT RETURN BY POPULAR DEMAND F. Hay Comnlock and William Elliott I'renent the Fourth Y. Prince** Theater Mii*lcal Comedy Sucre** wsOH, BOY! IIY IIOLTON. WODKIIOt'SK AM) KKHX Again With the Original Princess Theater New York Cast Intact Annn \\ heaton. Hal Forde. Flainc M ll*on. Charle* Compton. Stephen Maley, Kdna May Oliver, Auuu*tu lla% Hand. .lack ItalTael. Jack Mcrrltt. Harry Qualcy, Kthcl Forde, Halph O'llrinn. MnrKHret Ma*on. Helen I ranrl*. An 1-lnHcmble of Vouth, Iteauty and Charm for W hlch the l*rlnec*M Theater I* Famou*. Beginning Tomorrow Matinee, Ending Next Sunday Night Second Premiere In Keith Vaudeville After Four Year*' Ahwcnce. The llluKtrlou* Dramatic Star of Staicc mid Screen n Person Yitidly Portray MME.PETROVAi Person) l*re*cntiitK a Croup of Sonic*. Poem* and Itecitnlu liiK Phiine* of Her Peerle** Art. Kt">ui the Sublime to the Sou# Hilarious AVON COMEDY FOUR The Fuunie*i Quarter of Comedians Wh<*c Dittie* Arv Dotted !??? Their Antics in "A Hungarian Rhapsody" Broad*ay Notable* for the Nou<*f. Ruby Norton and Sammy Lee The (ilrl with a Prima I>onnn Voicc aud the Lad withWIie S. O. S. l,au#htrr Call. THE PRINCESS RADJAH The Internationally Celebrated Restorer of the Historically Famous "Cleopatra" and "Arabian Chair" Dance* as Done in the Dark Age*. ? OWEN WcOIVKNEY an Bill Sykea." the Brute of Dickens' Book. BKKNARD A DI PPY. ? lla*e a Smih-. VAL A KUNIfi 8TANTOX. "Tlie English Hoy* in Amt-r ica." L.\DY ALICE'S PETS. Animal Tots Full of Trick*. The l'roroeuade Lounge. I'athe News Pictorial. JTlm NORWORTH, MARMEIN SISTERS nnd David Schooler. Jo*le Heather. Maria Lo. Ktc. AMUSEMENTS. k AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. pi Week Day Mats. 10 lo 6 15c STRAND Evening! C to 11 26c ?sr-PRICES INCLUDE THE WAR TAX" TODAY?MON.?TUES.?WED. =CHARLIE CHAPLIN (Nn MILDRED HARRIS) WHEN A GIRLLOVES A LOI8 WEBER SUPER-PRODrrTION 8TMPHOVV ORCHESTRA l?u?l Eitra. THURS.?FR1.?SAT. THOS. JEFFERSON (With BERT LYTELL) TUC SPENDER A 1*0% PERTE^T COMEOT-DRAMA HTMPHOW ORCHESTRA?r?u?i K>;ru Frank. 3730 Today 2 to 11 p.m. 35c (War Tax Included) RIALTO TODAY AND ALL WEEK 9th St at G Daily 10:30 to 11 15c-25c-35c (War Tai Inrlaltit THE RIALTO SYMPHON'Y OF SOLOISTS WILL RENDKR A FANTASIA FROM "RIGOLETTO" AND THERE WILL BE SHOWN THE FIRST GENUINE DOUBLE-FEATURE BILL ETHEL BARRYMORE IN A FILM VERSION OF W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM'S "LADY FREDERICK' THE DIVORCEE WITH A COMPANION-FEATURE CONSISTING OF MARTIN JOHNSON'S SENSATIONAL SOUTH SEA CANNIBALS u C i 1 Week Day Mats 10 to 6 10c GARDEN Evenings 6 to 11 15c TODAY?MON?TUES.?WED. PRISCILLA DEAN AS THE WILDCAT OF PARIS THURS?FRL?SAT. BILLIE RHODES FILMED AS HOOP-LA OF THE CIRCUS laaisrisi NATIONAL FRIDAY. FEB. 21 Mr. Monster Benefit Matinee KOIt TUB ACTORS' FUND OF AMKRK4 Direction of Daniel Frohmitn. Pres. of the Actor's Fund. Star ft**-'!.-'.* fro.n r 11 Waahiaagton aud ftaltimore Theater*?special attractions Iroan New York in a Mammoth Program I'rices: J1.00 to $2.50. Sale Oj-cn* Feb. IT. Howard Theater 7th and Tea St,. N. W. Andrew J. Thonui* Thenter Co.. Proprietors. Fntlrc Week, >tna-tin* Monday, February 10. 1IIR. The Qaiaallty Amun. Corp.. of l\ew York City, Itolit. Levy, Gea. Mar., I're*rnl * a I'lnj of Mfo, Dcallna the ESCAPE' All-atnr eaat include* Ml*? Kvelya Kill*, Ineat Clouah. Mnttle VY liken. Irene Klnore, \\ tilker Thompson. Chan. Olden. Tan Hrown, Luke *cott. Ilnrrlnuton Carter. Jim Harris. J. L. Crlner. Special Sunday, 2:15 ? Helen Wore in -The (.nrden of ilbJu" Teai reel*. Mpeeial score of nataslc, special *olol*t. Maht Prices. 33e. lie, .Vk. Matinee. All Sent* ?.%c. Next Week?The ?ea?oa'? tion, "Iliimun Hearts." NEWMAN TRAVELTALKS t o lor Views Motion Picture* THyRiAf,4:3o? 8:15 %l PITOllll >1 ].n*t Tra\eltulk This Season. W'l ENGLAND Tickets: |1.? TV. 5? 2V T ARTHCK SMITH l.l* ?; DANCING. DANCING. RIGHTWAY School of Dancing STUDIO Si2 '.Olh K. ,nsr.. at Srt? York a?e l.< aru to daatce snd enjoy lite. PlOF. ?*AI\ i?t?mhi*!1\ anntnictlac. MISS Kl.l/.A H?,l H : FITZllL'tiH. tint auMStaut. We rtnn ? ? ['and <\plain to the papil e*erjr corr^.t tn ? nieot of the feet and bud? and to lead in a the latent bailrmao dancet>. You aie in* ' t to call ?Td inspect any *rhool: private ie* son* ui} hour 73e. I'hone FY. ?SW tor ap, ?'* ment. t"".ain dance erery night at studio , cial cla? donee at. N.*the*?t Masonic T<ia:pl?-. 9rh and P at*, northeast. e*ery l^nimla^ ? -vee i inc. & to 11 p. m lienta. 75c; ladies. 8c. Pythian Temple C.b.!L'k7ru D-A-N-C-I-N-G By Ne? \ ork < onsrrva tory Kvery Monday nnd Friday. t.ood Maasic?Jnsa Or chestra Finest Floor In the City. I.(idle*. l!.Vj i.rntlrmen. 73c. ( oiiple. $1.00. Hrlnu V our tilrl. I .njoy Yourself. 1012 9th St. N. W. AESTHETIC DANCING And Rhythmic Kipres* *ion for YOUNG CHILDREN School of u> Natural Education 6 Dupont Circle Phone N . U HILADELPHI DANCING ACADEMY A We l?a*e ananj pa l iia ?ho bate fail d through fault* n?eth uda. Wh) not .-?sr. in the right Drat* We gusrantoa Miiyone ?ho can ?' a b<nr to daacr. We ha ao eacliin* artiool for bagiaaMta Oorrect and t hor ouch are our metb od? All modem up t (Hi ate lallfwa (lancing taught. ? '<? itisely giae you m<*e value tor yom an^eey than any other ach?4 an the city. No con nection with any other school Strictly exclwho Wsd?e?*. Largest scliool in the city, tome u?? and anake ir^nd? 1* A. %l. tn 11 P. M. Tl? fcl*TH ST. K. %V. DANtlNG? WK TEACH Y'OU TO DANCE. AND TO DANCE THR t'ORRETT WAV. (?KADCATI'.I) TEACHERS TAUGHT Prl?nte l,es?on? by Appolnfmeat Clasa Leasons Saturday fc.ieutuc> Hmira. M a. an. to ? p. an. MlftS IIOI.COM || 71l? yi?th Street V \V. IMISOR'S racr ?n? 1t!9 M N. W. UTEiT (It >?T CMIK1 UIC.lt TlttWT I'liyate luiaous auyuac*. l-*d) and |fntiuu.( m I M>ta te Normsl conr?>> for u&t hiuf or e*hil?t I lioau New lurk's new dancc? and late*; stepa, IJasz. unr?. et? Ciaoa duoce* Tnemi*T and Mit Miii?? e?rtnnj? lii>trucUoai aud da?' UA i'hous Uaua CSL inline MTH AND AKVAKIC PARK ROAD Pk.M CM. 1223. Dancing Lessons I'rivata and io Class. Competent Te?cn ta !? A. M. tn ]? P. M. Cblldrea'a Clams Satair4ayn. WK /T.ACH THE Mt?^ ?.'OBREt.T ANI> rP todate dancing m the city. Clam d?m"n Wtdneada) and *!>aturday e?etunc?. I*ra??i? !"?? sons atnu at desired l.ady and gratleraaa structo^* hlXa^MITHH l?A*Cl*?. CLt-B. U at. a??. hraakhti IZm' Even taxuabh hove cone up 11 Parle. They're now allowed -i cat-^ limaa aUditiuoai ciiaxga.