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At Both Man's Stores 1005-07 Penna. Avenue There's a Swing o' Spring There's a <(Mile" o' Style In That Big Line of ? D. J. Kaufman Super-felt Hats r S 4 Beautiful spring greens? Havana browns?olive drabs. We honestly believe we enjoy the biggest Men's Hat business done in Washington AT BOTH STORES 1.525 Two Dollar Famous Emery Shirts $1 ,65 $4.75 Quarter Doz AT BOTH STORES A Superb Line ofthe Smartest Spring ? Caps .50 $ to All New Ideas Two Stores?One Policy Money's Worth or Money Back D. J. Kaufman, inc. 616 17th St. 1005-07 Pa. Ave. Liberty Bonds and Partial Payment Cardi Whether Paid Up or Not Bought for Cash On the Basis of New York Market Quotations T. R. J. Campbell & Co. Suite 75, 1415 G Street N. W. Evans Arcade Entrance. Phones Main 8458-8459 >?_-?___?_____?__--_______? |lf reu want gee?} deetlatrr. ee?ie te m. s ,,?.? ,. ? ,.,? er ne par. I,arge?t ? ?? ?? ?seat equipped or ice? .auia ef 5evv a erto. NO PAIN ?'..r ???'?? t, ned (.old lnla-ra a visaeeialtr. Call fer Free Kiaenlnatlon. Inaura: 8i30 A. M. te ? G. M. Sun day, IO A. vi to 1 P. M. Columbia Dentists 403 9th St. N. W. Ov-fT ?G???_ Tilt? * ter._ ^ LOANS HORNING Watches, Jewelry Sooth End of Highway Bridge Baslaoos Transacted Kxeloalv elr Tkrre. Take ear? at i-'h ?treet anal I'oan.il.onln avenue tor ?outsv erne of Hizhvsiov linde?- Kare ."?.? each veaj. ? a ?ot Ute rorosr s. _j?e. tsar tbe o THE .-\NDERS0N PRINTERY iResltr ???sins? Bank Bids.? 1407 N. V. Are., 1st Floor, Rear P_o?e ?lain ,!?5I. $7.00 and $8.00 TROUSERS Milli: TO MEASURE $6.50 U? RM THE TAILOR? ????, en 7th StreetN.W. Il e m e an ber the Address the STOK?: vorn physiciax RECOMMENDS. FOR RENT FOR SALE ?Take advantage of the n. . good weather to pive the Phoir? invalid an airing. W6 UIIQIIOhave large, roomy, com fortable chairs for ?ale ot\ THE GIBSON CO., INC. 817 tl St. Never^i ?were there a? many people cn & ? iced In ? . ?t<t"?? ? It I* our duty to prodaee nil we ran velth a minimum of time "UNION HARDWARE CO. ?KIT'i K S?. ?*. W. Market Economies Becker's Market 1918 7th St." N. 3697 Bacon, lb.... 40c Flour, ?,b .. 75c Tomatoes a?3 lie Boy*' -Sailor Suits - lll-\\..ot Hill?- tf. rra. A O ?erse: r e ? u ? a r ?/Tj.-?lO ?IO ??lue: ?fc.rt *T Wm "v' ??? Ion. past?: *aaT BOY WILL FACE MURDER CHARGE Ralph Bowling, Alleged Slayer of Mrs. Beckwith, On Trial Tomorrow. Ralph Turner Bowling, the lS-year old alleged murderer o? Mrs. Eliza beth Beckwith, of Montgomery County, Md.. a widow, aged 68, be cause, he ?aid, she wished him to marry* her. goer?, on trial for his life tomorrow, at Rockvllle, Md. The plea will be Insanity. Attorney? E. J. CoUaday and Galen L. Tait, will represent the defendant. Bowling wa.?* arrested In the home Of an old colored woman in this city, after Journeying on foot from Mont gomery County. Police at the Eighth precinct declared that he told them the story of the murder between quiet puffs of a strong old corn cob pipe. PURELY PERSONAL Martin Klnslnger has recovered from a recent,. Illness. Miles Ballsy, formerly head of one of the -ureaus of the War Risk. Is tn New York vorlth his wife and family. He Is now located In 'hai city with an Insurance company. John Gr?mlich, mall carrier, wa? back on hi? Brookland run yester day. His rerular run Is delivering ma.l to all the embassies and wai mlasons. Prof. Spanhoodf, teacher of modern languages at Central, waa aibeent on account of Illness last week. Miss Emily Davis, of the Haskin Bureau, has returned to Washington. Ml?? Mildred Anderson Is visiting friends In Cleveland. Ohio. William Macy haa received hla dis charge from the army. Mrs. Arthur Webster has returned to the city after a three-week motoi trip through the South. Mise Elisabeth Merrill is visiting friends in Richmond". Va. James Sperry has resigned his posi tion with the War Department to re turn to his home In Atlanta, Ga. Carl A. Bokle, of the Agriculture Department, Is visitine in Plain fleld, N. J. Miss Sarah Jane Odell has recov ered from a severe attack of influ enza. Miss Margaret Anderson Is visit ing relatives in Boston. Mrs. Prank Myers has returned from an extended motor trip through the South. Haselet Henderson. of Foresi Glen. Md., has returned from France. William Franklin has resigned his position with the War Department and returned to his home in Chicago, 111. C. Jacobs, of B. F. Saul Company, Is away on his vacation. I?.wrence Beatus, manager of Loew's Palace Theater, is gaining a reputation a? a bowling expert. George Leonard, of the office of the Solicitor of the Postofflce Department, has resigned, to accept a position with the Comptroller of tho Treasury. He will take up the duties of his new office after a brief vacation spent In Rew York, John K. Long, of the Department of Labor, Is In Richmond. Va., on business. Miss Theresa W. Miller, of the Treasury Department, who ha? been 111 several weeks. Is reported better. George L. Wood and Daniel at, Rainey are on a fishing trip. Miss Sue B. Cornwell, of the War Department, left last sight for a visit to her home in Frederick. Md. Lewi? H. Johnson, of .Augusta. *?>.. is In the city. William K. Robertson, of Niagara Falls, N. Y.. is visiting friends In Tennallytown, D. C. HURWITZ REVIEWS MENORAH MOVEMENT Chancellor Lectures on Behalf of Jewish Culture Ideals. Mr. Henry Hurwltz, chancellor of the Intercollegiate Menorah Associa tion, addressed a large gathering of university men at the Town and Coun try Club yesterday afternoon. The Menorah movement, devoted to the study and advancement of Jewish cul ture and ideals, is now represented in seventy universities in the country. Supplementing these Menorah chapters graduate organizations are being es tablished in .ill university communi ties in ordt-r to further the work of the Menorah 'societies and to give a wider scope to the movement which is giving bolh -Jew and non-Jew a more thorough understanding and ap preciation of what Judaism stands for. Mr. Hurwitz spoke of the creation of an educational conference board, con slating of thirty professors from vari ous universities, who will assist the Menorah societies, both graduate and undergraduate, in the realization of their aims. Mr. Hurwitz will address a meetlnc of the students of George Washington University this evening at tne Art? and Sciences Hall, 2123 G street. He will speak of "The Menorah Idea] in The.se Days." $6 Minimum Wage of Employes, Profit Sharers Oakland. Cal., March 30.-Six dol lars a day will be the minimum wage In the Hall-Scott Motor Company's pant beginning April 1. In addition, all employes will receive a bonus o? a per capita distribution of 25 per cent of the company's annual net profits. Announcement of the wage system was made tonight by Col. E. J. Hall, senior member of the firm. The so<Uc applies to office boys, as well as skill ed mechanics. LOCAL MENTION. Miked tea. TAU-?. _. lb?, ?.paghettl 25c: 15 lbs. white potatoes. 33c ! large cans fish roe, J9c, large pkg oats. 10c; 3 pkg?. eoyiflakes, 25c pure jelly, 15c Ib.; Arge prune? j 17c; Cal. peaches, 25c can; pure pepper. 30c; Star cocoa, 25c; A. J i pancake or buckwheat. 12Hc; CeJ .sardines. 10c: tuna fi^h. Sc; 3 doz safety matches, '?5c; -Go __u, 8c pkg. i ?*alt herring. 30c. 14 2.1 Seventt | St. N. W. and .ill thr J. T. D. Pyle! I Mores. Who'? Who - in , Our City It Took Sem Lawyer to Help Carrie Natioa Oat After She Snub-id the Uatoa Statua Bar ia 1909, Bat Tkia oJe Succeeded. MATTHEW K. OBRIES. Newspaper reporter, newspaper own er, justice of the Peace, jailor, side walk inspector, .sherifr. candidato for governor, prohibition lecturer and law yer. That Is the record of Matthew E. O'Brien, the lawyer who sprang Into fame In thi? city aa counsel for Mrs. Carrie Nation after she ?mashed the Union Station bar In 190*' Mr. O'Brien won the cage In the Dlitrlct Court of Appeal?. Known better a? -"Matt," Mr. O'Brien has also made a splendid rep utation a? counsel for the milk deal ers of this city, having unusual ?uc ees? In the Court of Appeals. He wa? born In 1869. In Providence. R. I., and was educated In the Provi dence and T-i Salle Academies In that city, later attending the law school at Yale. He wa? married on hi? birthday in ISM to Miss Elizabeth Maloney. Two children wore born to them. One of them, a hoy, is now a lieutenant ia the Aviation Corps, and h daughter. Miss Mildred O'Brien, 10 years of age. I Mr. O'Brien wa? once a newspaper reporter, later managing editor and owner of the Bridgeport (Conn.) Jour nal. From 1894 to 1898 he wa? justice of the peace In Falrfleld County. Conn. In 1898 he was deputy jailer at the Bridgeport jail. He was superintend ent of sidewalks In that city in 1899. From J90? to 190G he was sheriff of Fairlield County, making ?9 arrests for violations of the Sunday liquor law In nine month?, at the same time flahtlng the police and the liquor sellers. He was twice Prohibition candidale for governor of Connecticut, once In 1906 and once In 1908. He is active in both Masonic and Odd Fellow circles. Mr. O'Brien la a member of the Washington Board of Trade, the Tale Alumni Aaaoclatlon and the Eaat Washington Citizens' Association. He has been practicing law In Washington for eleven year?. He once acted as commissioner for the State of Connecticut in this city. Beside? defending Mrs. Cairi.'? Na tion. Mr. O'Britn wa? counsel for Mrs. Irene Milstead on a charge of mur dering her husband. He defended Walter Rhine, a policeman, in a noted blackmail case, trying the case three times with a mistrial in each. Recently Mr. O'Brien has gained fame as counsel for the militant mem bers of the National Woman's party. He has won quite a number of cases for theae suffragists. 6 PLAZA HOUSES NOW OCCUPIED Each Dormitory Operated As Hotel with Pleasing Home Comforts. Six of the twelve sovcrnment residence halle located on the Union Station and Senate Plazas and designed by the United States Hous ing Corporation, Department of Labor, for tho accommodation of war workers her*-*, have been fin ished. The remaining: six now un der process of construction are rapidly nearing completion. In each completed unit buildings of the sev eral groups attractive furnishing? have been installer!. In each 150 girls and women are now comfort ably and cosily housed. Saturday, March 8. marked the formal opening of th*? R?8 build ing. This dormitory, like the others ot the group, will accommodate 150 workers, and already the expected qttota of occupants has registered. An air of delightful hustle pr evad ed the whole place on the day of the opening. Girls in a steady stream were pouring in, and trunk.? in a steady stream were pouring in after the girls. Kverybody was Intensely busy. Also- everybody Intensely Interested. The ?shining floors, the freshly draped windows. the warm comfort of the big foyer, writing room, parlors, and the Im maculate cleanliness of the pret tily fitted up bedrooms all spellfd a hearty welcome to the incoming guests. A clothes closet and an enameled washbasin with hot and cold running water form comfort giving adjuncts to each bedroom. Shower baths, tub, and toilet? have been provided on each floor. In the basement supplemrntary laundries have ben installed, where the resi dents may do all necessary light washing and pressing. No cooking, of course, is permitted in the girla' rooms. Dormitori*-* Like Motels. The dormitories are operated as hotels, each with its house manager ana aasistant. The girls are ai free from restrictions as the general com fort and well-being of the eeta*> lfshment will permit. Almost the ? only Inflexible rule is that girls ex ! pecting to be out after 11 o'clock I shall sign up and leave the number 1 of their room at the office desk. This I is done to afford protection from any possible Intrusion of strangers Into the building after hours. I On March 1 a huge central dining room was opened, in which a-pproxi : mately 1,000 persons are now being served with two meals a day. An ! other dining hall Is in process - of ! -building, and this. too. In a few weeks' time Is expected to be In operation for the benefit of the latest comers, who cannot at present be ac commodated with the existing facili ties. In the completed dining-room an at tractive color scheme haa been devel arte!. The vast expanse of white wall space, paneled at Interval* with the soft blue of the window hangings, affects the eye pleasingly. Number less tables, each with seatfeg capacity for six persons, 1)11 all available floor space, and waitresses In white cape and aprons minister to the needs of the guests. To Lecture oa Shakespeare. Dr. Francis J. Hemelt, professor of English at the Catholic Univer sity, will lecture tonight at St. An thony's Pariah Han, in Brookland. at 8 o'clock. His topic will be. The Shakespearian Stage." The public is invited. THE TOWN CRIER Tke Star-Spangled Banner < heran is to meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the Immanuel Baptist Church. Six teenth and Columbia road north west, for rehearsal. Percy S. Fos ter, who is directing the choru?. is anxious to secure ?ome male voices., tenor and bass. All singers inter ested are invited to attend. "Table Laying and ?Serri??" will be the subject studied in the first lesson of the course in home mak-. ing. to be given tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Wilson Normal Com munity Center. Miss T. E. Miller, of the Department of Agriculture, is to give the lesson. The Florida Stnte sort-Mi im to meet tomorrow night at the WU .?in Normal School, Eleventh end Har vard streets northwest, when Sen-# ator Duncan U. Fletcher is to pre-* side. Mrs. Smith-Gordon will give "Impressions of Ireland." There will be many musical numbers. The pro gram of entertainment will be In charge of Mrs. Rose E. Pollock. The Wlnthrop Chah will entertain alumnae and former students of Winthrop College at tea from 5 to 6 o'clock tomorrow at the College Women's Club. 1S22 I street. Kraben Fink U lo apeak on "The Jewish Questions at the Peace Con ference.*' under the auspices of the Poale Zion Society, at a meeting to be held tonight at 8 o'clock at the Central Savings Bank Hall, Seventh and I streets_northwest. The Maman "welfare Afiaociatloa is to hold a meeting at 8 o'clock to night in the assembly hall of the T. M. C. ?.. 1736 G street north west, Herbert Quick is to speak on "A \*isit In Fairview" and E. Philip Roscnthal on "Making Education Educative." B. F. Lindas will pre side. The public is invited. w. M. Danner, who has recently returned from the leper stations in the Far East, will speak at a meet ing to be held at the Terminal Y. M C. A. at 10 o'clock tomorrow morn ing. His subject will be "The' Bright Side of What the Church Is i Doing for the Lepers of the World." All \ebra*Vaa? are Invited to nt' t ] tend a dance to be given by the [ (Nebraska Girls' Aksarben Club at ? .?the Wilson Normal School Saturday1 .night. ? Thr Paators' F?d?ration will me-et ! today at 11 a. m. at New York Av* 'ienue Presbyterian Church. Dr. W. "C. Huntington^ of the Department ? ?of Commerce, will speak em "Expe riences in a Recent Visit to Russia." ' | Fred T. ?ulxil?. ferner Senator from Idaho, will speak at a meeting ' of the Midcity Citizens' Association I ?at 8 o'clock tonight at 1009 Seventh] street northwest. Joseph 1). Kauf-? man, of the local suffrage commit-j tee, will explain the work of his organization. Prealdent J. A\. G later, or the ; ?Citizens' Civic .Xs&uciation. annotine-I |*hi last night thsT h public meeting Will be held next Thursday at 7:3? o'clock at Mu-ician?' Hall to discuss! the street car situation. Ihr aeventh minan) meeting of the. Consumer;-.' League of the D??*! j trict of Columbia will b<? held at ! ?the home, of the president. Mis. L\ I Kvrrit Maty. 178.". Massachusetts] avenu? northwest, at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Florence Kelley will speak on "Consumer? and the Cost of Living." The ?T'olanab'a Height? trtamamm* Association will meet at 8 o'clock tomorrow night at St. Stephen'? Hall, 3017 Fourteenth ?treet north west. E. H. Kelley. of the national war -farden commission, will speak. Nominations for officers to be elect ed at the May meeting will also be "made. MaJ. Fred < . (aak will ?aeak aa "Journalism, Medicine and law," before a meeting arrang-ed by the joint efforts of the Rotary Club and the Y. M. C. A. at the association'? assembly hall. 1736 G street north west, at 8 o'clock Wednesday even ing. The persoBtnel of the dlrrrior of finance. U. S. ?., will give a ball at the Willard Thursday night at 8:10, for the welfare of the soldiers of ?Walter Reed Hospital. Cal. Artkar P." S. Hyde, who served abroad with the Sixty-fifth Coast Artillery, a Washing-ton State organization, will address the mem bers of the Washington State and Alaska Society at Thomson School Thursday evening. A himtinri aad daarr will br given by the women members of the Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Banking at the Willard. April 1*. Mlaa Mabel Boarasnan will a-Wr a short talk on the "Holiday House of the Red Cross." and Miss Emily C. "Wheeler will show interesting pictures on Armenia, at the business women's council *at 7:30 next Tues day at Wesley Chapel. Fifth and F streets. W. ? now 1rs Cuajar, of ?he Y. M. C. ?.. will address a business meet ing of the Kinnear class of Calvary Baptist Church Friday night. Mrs. Chata? Clark, wife of the re tiring Speaker of the House, will be speaker at George Washington Uni versity Chapel exercises at 12:15 o'clock today in the assembly hall of the Arts and Sciences building. 2023 G street northwest. Dr. Will iam Miller Collier, president of the University, will preside. The Daabar and Armstrong Htfch Schools will appear in their annual program before Bethel Literary, in the Metropolitan ?. M. E. Church, tomorrow evening. April 1. at 8 o'clock. Thr Vermont State Association will meet at the College Women'? Club, 1S2? I ?treet northwest. Thursday evening, April 3. at 8 o'clock. Capt. Charlea L. Ireland. In charge of the work in physiother apy at Walter Reed Hospital, will lectpre on medical science and the war. A meeting af the committee? la .charge of the brzaar to be given for the beneflt of the Washington Ani mal Rescue League will be held st r.auschcr's Wednesday at 11 o'ejock Tkr Colambla H ri*!? la Cltlaraa' I Association will meet tomorrow ?night nt 8 o'clock In St. Stephen.? Hall. 3017 Fourteenth street north west. K. H. Kelley. of the N? - Itional Wer Harden Commission, will 'give an Illustrated talk with mol line pictures on liberty gardening UMB MANUFACTURERS IN CONVENTION TODAY Problems Meeting Induttry to Be DiKutied at Ebbitt. Problem? affecting the artificial limb Induatry, occa?loned by the world war wjll be dlacuaaed at the national convention ot the Aaac-cia tior. of. Limb Manufacturera of America, to be held today at the Ebbitt Hotel. McCarthy Hanger, of the Hanger Artificial Limb Company. Waahing ton. i? secretary of the national or ganization, which waa formed at the time the United 3tate? entered the war. Tb? formation waa at the request of the Council of National Defense, and Intended to meet the demand for artificial limbs that the war might oausa. Other officer? are: C. li. Mark?. New York, president; J. F. Rowley, Chicago, first vice president; A. B. Warren, vice president of the George K. Fuller Company. Rochester. N. Y.. second vice president. y Sixty artificial limb manufactur I Ing concern? of this country and ranada sre represented p?j the dele gates attending the session at the 1 Kbbltt today. STUDENT WORK AT G.W. EXHIBIT Many Admirable Drawings Will Be on Display for Another Week. A -drawing of "A Monument to the Heroes of the Titanic," admirably ren dered in color, is one of the feature? of the exhibit of sttMlent #fcrk of the Architectural Department of Ge*rge Washington University, which will continue through next Saturday. The drawing is by Beverly Harria. Among hie other subjects are "The Interior of a Court Room." giving the plan and a section done in aepia; and "A Mausoleum." rendered in blue waah. The work consists chiefly of prob I lema in elementary des>sn and prob I lema suggested by the Society of Beaux Arts architects. "A Doorway ? to a Governor** Room," by Conboye: j and "The Doorway to a Ctty C1?b," i and an exedra, two problems done by Roland and Bradley and recently re ? turned from the Beaux Art* Society with mentions, are attracting paltlcu lar attention. Praise far Praf. Brtwi. "A Power House," "A Doorway to a City <'lub," and an esquisse, all by Galbraith. have received apeclal praise for their unique method of rendering. Assistant Prof. Bedford Brown, in structor in design and beaux arts j problema, is being congratulated upon the character of work turned out by the students, I The Beaux Arts Atelier of Washing ton has contributed an interesting ! group of drawings. j Shaffer's and Murphy's drawings ol i an exedra are well done. "A Stage to ! a Greek Theater." by Nickel; "A Ro j manesque Chapel," and "A Small : Dairy Farm." by Justeman: and "A Uoorwap" in sepia by Frederick also are well handled. The exhibit, which is being held at the university's administration build - j Ing, 2101 G stre*t northwest. Is open ! both day and evening. The public la . invited to attend. HITCHCOCK SPEECH WILL FAVOR LEAGUE Senator to .\<ldress Members of Commercial Club. Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock, of Ne braska, will address the Commercial Club at their semimonthly "club night" tomorrow evening. The speech which Senator Lenroot made at the last "club night" of the Commercial Club against the league of nations caused comment throughout the United States, and waa noted in the newa and editorial columns of newspapers everywhere. Senator Hitchcock, who was chair man on Foreign Relations has had ex ceptional opportunity for first-hand information in this matter of the league of nations, and will speak in opposition to the views of Senator lenroot. JUDGE OVERRULES JACKSON DEMURRER Alleged Murderer of Lillian Hood To Be Tried Next Week. James Henry Jackson, indicted for first degree murder in the killing of Miss Lillian P. Hood during the latter part of January, will take the stand in defense of his life a week from to day In the Criminal Court. In a demurrer argued last week be fore Associate Justice Siddons, coun sel for Jackson attacked the validity of the 'indictment on grounds that more than one crime was charged in the second and third counts. Justice Sid-Jons overruled the de murrer. WEATHER CONDITIONS. TiOCAL FORECAST District of Columbia. Maryland ?"-I Virginia - fair and sofnesbat ooider Monja* ; Tuesds? fair; tirati northwest wtno. LOCAL TEMPERATURE. Midnight. 36; ? a. m . 33; ? a m . J. ?* > m.. 31 ; ? ?. si , a. 1? a in.. 36; 11 nao-a. ?: 1 p. m . ?; 4 p. m. 4*>: s p. ?? 51; ? V m., ?; 1? ?. m.. ?S Highewt. 61: kmraj, 31 Relatire humidity?* a. ?a., 4?; 2 p. ?a.. 30; 8 1\ m.. 3?. Rainfall (S p. m. to 8 p. m. . 0; hours of aunahlnr, 7.2; prr cent of poaaiMa* ?insiline, St. DEPARTURES. Accumulated esce?? of temperature ?ine? Janu ary 1. 141?, -389. Kxce? of temperatine aince March 1. l?lf, -*-l"**- Accumulated deficiency oi pr-ecipitstion aince January 1. 191?. ?a.m Kx cesa of predptt??? ?ince March 1. W?, -t-lm Temperatine ?sine date laat year?Hig-hest, a?; towest, 31 OTHER TEMPERATURES. basasi Hiebest- last Rain yeaUrdky. -.??;* In a tan. Boston. Mass. ?? 21 31 .? Chicago. IH. 4? ? m M I*areni*or-t, low? . B ? I ... Denser. Colo. . 60 ?OS?.? Indignarmi?. Ind. .... C ? 41 .? Kiwi City. Mo. 4? 64 H ... Los Angeles. CsX ... 05 52 ?4 New Orleans. La. .... T4 54 J? Nps York. ?. T. . 44 2t 3? ... Ornati? Nrbr. 40 ?S ? ... PittstKutti. P*?- . *> ? M ... l'trtUnd. Me. . S ? 31 m l'on'.and. Oren. . IO 50 40 .1? Salt lata fit! I ul. ?S 4> ? ... San Antonio. Tex. ... 70 00 46 .03 Spnnsneld, 111. ...... (2 St 52 ?? Tamia, Fla. . T4 42 06 Toledo. Odio . 34* M 34 .34 \ ickarwnj Mu? . ? 50 (t ... TIDE TABLEb. (Compiled by United stete* coas aod geodctti. ?urTey.) . Toda*?Low tide. 2-33 a. p. and 4:04 p. ai.. ht?h tide. 8:20 a a?, and I.-48 p. m THE SUN AM, THF. Mtsu.S Tod?;?Sun itses. 6:57 a. m : ?un acts. 7 ? P IB. Automobile lamp? to be lighted at 0 odock. CLOTHING DRIVE TO END TONIGHT Red Cross Needs, 30,000 Pounds of Used Gar ments for Kefugees. Tonisrht mark? tho? rnd of th? ? campaign ? of the? American Ked ; Croa? for SO.000 round? of uaeo , clothing for tho? ?uttering refugwe? ! or the alii?, nation? ct Europe anol there j? every Indication that the ' day will be aocompanie? by an un ? usual dernon?tration of generosity on the part of owners of motor snd ; horse-drawn vehi?es to whom sn sppeal was madoj_>esterday to help in Katherine In the hundreda of donation?, in private residences and apartment?, that on account of their bulk or location could not be con veniently sent or taken to a Red Cross collection depot. These volunteer collectors are !*? quested to report to Mrs. Ida M. Galloway, at salvage headquarters, Delaware avenue and C atreet, anv time after ? o'clock this moraine, lor alignment to one of the four district? Into which the city haa been divided. Lacht auto trucks or delivery wagon? are particularly desired. It Is planned to furnish Red Cro? ?rannera ?r flags to these volunteers so they can be readily identified. In this ?ray It Is expected that many families, who did not write or phone lor the Red Cross to call, can make their offerings by watching for the collector. In order to facilitate the work everyone Is expected to have the package or packages ready snd se curely wrapped and tied. The drive will close at midnight. 200 Doughboys Guest? At Vannini Hotel Dance More than 300 wounded doughboy? from the Walter Reed Hospital forgot their Injuries last Wednesday ?md had a good time at the New Varnum Hotel. Tbe boys were the guest? of Mrs. Barnard Walls, Mrs. Charlea C. _*? vens, Mrs. Charles H. Lambert. Mlas Otle R. ?telson and Miss <". Louise Hurlburt. They were entertained by talent of this city and from Balti more. Dancing waa enjoyed. ? buffet supper was served. The Sport Mart be. 905 F STREET N. W. COLUMBIA RECORDS We Repair V1CTRO-AS ?Bi .11 ll'liM'l A? AMUSEMENTS "Tb? Nation- ? airmi. Bcautliul I'lajboQ-?. LOEW'S ALAC ? I snrlans.o ! ?. G?, a.??, lo? 11 aoja. ALI. THI? WEEK (GRIFFITH'S 'Hie Girl Who Stayed at Home' ?. ITH ROBERT HARRON SPKIU1. ?HI ?l< Al sinKl LOEW'S a OLUMBI K ST. AT 1?T1I. NOW PLAYING CHARLES A RAY In "The Sheriffs Son ::::;:-: iiS?: RIALTO ? Kl ALI U | too.tio.oo.,?. le.-to a. M. t. ti r. m 15c 25c 35c ?urixDR? wan tax? all. THI? WEEK SESSUE HAYAKAWA In ihr ?* ntrrtran I'rrmlrrr *f ihr Courageous Coward < ?i m ?"?I'? -< ??GG'?? I . e ?*, ? -? ^rnir-?T??!?.1?-? ?f Oa?. ?> > mphonlr Kentirt-MR I? ?pis?di e Mftngrrot?*?, %??, ?." by l?|??l. 10&' STRAND ?? _War Ta? l-oHadest._ TOH ? ??????.?W I'll. FANNIE W AR D COMMON CLAY EXTRA MONTROSE QUARTET la liallaa? aad Jaaa. Will As?f?r M?_tlv- at ?. GARDEN it r. M lie TOH AY AXD TIES. WALLACE REID ? \ I Alias, MIKE MORAN Get Rid of That Persistent Cough isoop vivat -?eakci?ng. per,??rear etsaSQ re cosa. Ili-rare?ni Uiroat or long arTosrt-sa. anta __. man s Attentive, tbe tonic aova* u*_mklo-r cot S ?ears' sii?-?????Tin! via?. Ac and UM Y-ott?? tor aale al tos? G?-oovle a Urs? 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