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17 th St.
I Sooth of Pa. Ave.
at Genuine Bargain
Prices
Every Hat a
1% A - - i FI M
I r/iCLT xrwT
77i?e hats are not sample lines
bat big complete assortments bought
months ago?in sack quantities that
the money we saved?doubled the
saving to you.
At Both Stores
D.
Is Selling
Thousands of
Fine Straw
HATS
S3.00
Fine Straw
HATS
$*).29
$4.00
Fine Straw
HATS
$nS9
$5.00
Fine Straw
HATS
$q.89
Money's Worth or Money Back
*?2? D. J. KA UFMAN'pTa"
INCORPORATED
r\ f x -
IBUSY
SELLING
$2.00
SENNET
STRAWS
FREDERICK'S
HAT STORE
(25 7th St R. W.
Are Your Eyes Weak?
Cowult i i Exam
0r- I r;? ?2',na,l0n
fitririn! "* " ! f?ee
BERMAH OPTICAL CO.
Ill Seventh Street Northwest
<? ?*? w m an,
I.arprvt ui knl r^Mlpped mt
?t Rn> York.
HO PAW
P?rtrl?li aa4 G?ld laiara ?
gpcctalty
Call far Fm ExudaatlCB.
f 6 P. M. In
to 1 P. IL
Dentist*
TEETH, $5 UP
All Work Gaan&teed 15 Ian.
Gold crtwBi Fifxnrn*.
and Silver, Gold
Brldxework Porcelain
$5.00 $1.00
DR. S. B. JOHNSTON
PAINLESS DENTIST
Velatl Illdac. Phone M 1711
9th Sc. G St*. N. W. IIonm: 0 to 8.
LOANS
? HORNING
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
Sooth End ?( Highway Bridge
Baala'U Transacted Gxclaaivel/
There.
Take ear* a*. 12fh afreet and
Pennsylvania ivenne for aoath
end of Hljchw J Bridge. Faro ft?
eaeh way.
SPECIAL SALE
YOUNG MEN'S
SUITS,
$17.50
NATIONAL CLOTHING CO.
523 Seventh Street N. W.
KODAKSI
Sold oa
$1 Weekly g
PajrmentJ ji:
I CHAS. SCHWARTZ & SON I
f:| ^ 70S 7?h St. ^ ^ g
AMUSEMENTS.
GAYETY
AM. WEEK
The Theatrical Operating Co. Offer
THE MILLION DOLLAR DOLLS
with
CLIFF IRAGDOIV EDB MAE
DISTINCTIVENESS
Characterizes the Style and Finish of All
WITKOWSKI SUITS
Their exceptionally fine lines tempt the dressy
man?their careful tailoring pleases the fastidious
man?their perfect fit commends them to the
exact man.
A large assortment of choicest new weaves in
distinctively new patterns?really
worth $45 to $50, for
Tailor WITKOWSKI Importer
"The Home of Dependable Clothes"
1421 Penna. Ave. Next to Child's Restaurant
$40
EBERT REGIME
NOW TOTTERING
Soviet Disciples Calmly
Waiting for Collapse to
Launch New Regime.
Berlin. May 23.?The Ebert gov
ernment. in flatly announcing Iti
would "never" sign the peace treaty
as it stands, plunged into a life or
death gamble. Ebert and his min
isters are hammering away, by word
and pen. on the one great watch
word: "We cannot sign our own
death sentence."
The independent Socialists, out
and-out adherents of the Soviet sys
tem. are watting and hoping for the
moment when the nation shall be
-ripe" for the last straw?-substitu
I tion of a Soviet government for the
i Ebert ministry.
The Independents have not waver
ed once in their advocacy of imme
j diate. unconditional signing of the
peace treaty in the same fashiotf ahdl
with the same reservations with |
which Trotsky and Lenfne sigged
I the pact of Brest-Litovsk. I
Already there art ominous signs of
a cabinet crisis.
To the official rendezvous at Spa.
In Belgium, hurried yesterday. the
three chief figures that have been
putting the peace strings from behind
the scenes at Wllhemstrasse: Philip
Scheidemann. Chancellor Count Jo-i
hann-Helnrtch von Bernstorff. chief
engineer of the whole German peace
machine, and Dr. Bernard Demburg.
who recently was unostentatiously,
.slipped into the post of finance minis
I tcf.
These three leader^ are to meet I
Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau, foreign |
minister and head of the German
peace delegation, for what must be
| the last personal confab prior to the j
final decision "to sign or not to sign."
Dernburg. before leaving for Spa.
' said: I
j "We. determinedly refuse to sign!
[the present treaty. In this the gov
ernment is unanimous. If the allies
| do not modify the terms, let them
run Gfimany."
Herr Noske, the minister of dc
AMUSEMENTS.
Senator Fletcher Would
Locate One Conserva
Take It from Senator Fletcher,
Waahlpgton elmply imnt have ?
national conservatory of music.
The American government ia
asked to subsidize such an institu
tion in jk bill he introduced yester
day. Inspired by the muse, he has
worked out a plan to briasr musical
training within the reach c.f every
The Senator from Florida thinks
th>it not only the District or Co
lombia should have a conservatory
of music to be endowed by the
American people, but that Florid*
should have ./no also, and New Tork
And Illinois.
His bill provides that budding
musical geniuses from Delaware,
Virginia. Maryland. North and South
Carolina. Kentucky and Tennessee
shall receive; instruction at the con
servatory here, and map out sone*
for other schools. The President ol
the Senate, the Speaker of the
House, the chairmen of th* commit
tees of education In both bmnehea
are mads a governing board.
fense. who is credited with having
put down the Spartacan rebellion,
broke his silence regarding the
treaty, saying:
"We have been hit below the
belt. Germany cannot and will not
sign. The European nations must
Join hands in the reconstruction.**
Into this tumult of ministerial
threats and sword rattling cam? to
day a calm voice of warning from
Hindenburg. who declared it would
be folly and suicide to start a new
war. v
The B*riirv Workmen's and Sol
diers' Council has passed resolution*
demand!ug ?hat the treaty b? tisrncd
and appealing to the entente prole
tariat.
AMUSEMENTS.
9th at M MOORE'S 9th at
g RialtO g
LAST DAY
MARY
PICKFORD
ia Her Grrateat Play
daddy long-legs
Directed by Marnbnl .Nrllan.
ANNOUNCING
FOR WEEK BFGIIf !f Ilffi
NAZIMOVA
l!f
The Red Lantern
A .Magnificent Speetnclc of the Orient. r;rai< In
Imeaalty, lmmrnac In (iraadrar.
strand
LAST DAY
Beatriz Michelena
ix
'Just Squaw"
garden
I'AST DAT
Peggy Hyland
'Miss Adventure1
Admlftftlon Always Frw at
GLEN ECHO
\VaHhlav<?>'s Only Bis
Amusement Park
Danrlaic. B 111k Ridrn. Midway,
etc., flontlas. Plcale (iravra,
Play Groandx.
HAND TOMORROW.
Gentlemen-Here's Your Opportunity
At Your Home Clothing Store
We've got right here as fine ii bunch of snappy Spring and Summer Suits
you ever saw. Real class tailored into every seam and line, and you save
money on every one of 'em. *
At TENNILLE'S cl^n^tIre
$35 SUITS $40 SUITS
Yes, sir?read $35 values. Hun- Every one worth $40 of any man's
dreds to select from?dozens of money. They are beauties. Nothing
models in scores of weaves and pat- finer in town?real class all through?
terns. Take your pick for take your choice for
$27-50 $32-50
400 light weight Summer Suits just unpacked, in light and
dark shades. They would be bargains at $20, but Tennille's
price is
$12.50
TENNILLE'S 9" 3
JOHN K. HAYES, for 25 years with Parker-Bridget, Mgr.
=
VI
=
ANOTHER GROSNER OFFER
for Men and Young Men
Exceptional Values of
$42.50and $45.00
Kuppenheimer Suits
Clothes are here for every type of man
?business men and professional men.
The styles are notable for dignity and
elegance; the fabncs are worthy and the
pattern variety permits of happy choice for all.
Large Assortment of
Roxford Union Suits
In Crepe and Silk Striped
Valued to $4.00
$1.85
2 Suits for $3.50
^ r
J
Real Straws
Real $3.00 Values
$2.35
Genuine South American
Panamas ^ QQ $7.50 and $8
J
The Store Where Quality Counts
m GROSNER'S m
1013 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
The Kuppenheimer House of Washington
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
?JSMW
lit Kama
Loew's COLUMBIA Theater I
a r
LAST TIMES
JUNE
ELVID6E
Tkc Ment Propo*cd-fo
lilrl on the Srrffii.
"THE
SOCIAL
PIRATE'
A Kmtrlnntinc Story of
Fate.
TOMORROW
ENID
BENNETT
An 1'noMnnl and I niqur
M?rj.
"THE
HAUNTED
BEDROOM''
A Myitftr t? Make a
Mirrlark Holme* Quakr.
MlOI.W *??? Todii?.
M&fSggm Tonight ?t SCO
"THE CRIMSON ALIBI"
A Great It Ik UrlppiKi; Play
Next Week. Seals \ow
OLIVER MOROCCO PIIKMCXTS
Charlotte Greenwood
!? tke Suecetaful Musical Comedy
"SO LONG, LETTV"
SHIBERT-fiARRICK ? .....
Direction Menrm. Bhubcrt J 7th
TMdtbt Mat. Today, 2illO
HENRI l)K V It IKS
la the New Comedy Drama
"LUCK" ,
Week Com. Next Mon. Seats Now
Selwjn A Co. Present
"Wedding Bells"
with
WALLACE EDDINGER
MARGARET LAWRENCE
Aadi Specially Selected Cast.
B.F. KEITH'S*";
"Tremendous Hit "?Post
PJ, . Aad IfOrette McDer
? ntCO mott aad His Jsss
? ? Baad
CRES8Y& DAYNE
"A Rat a borr Cocktail** Co.?
Dorothy Toye ? Br cade 11 aad
Itrt. Loi aad Craastoa?Other*.
i
SHIKRT-BEUSCO \1E%?*.,
Direction Sbnhert
IIOI.BHOOK KI.IN > In
''Poor Little Sheep"
BHG. MONDAY?SKATS \OW
Comstock-Elliott Co. Offer
The 5th N. Y. Princes? Theater
Musical Comedy Succesn,
'OH! LADY! LADY!'
N. Y. CAST PRETTY GIRLS
* JOLLY TUNES, CLEVER
DANCES
N
ITIAIAI MAT. TODAY. 2^0
TONIGHT, St3fl
The Dutin^uinbrd American Star
MARGARET ANGLIN
In the M?ry Comedy of Lot*
"BILLETED"
NOT A WAR PLAY
Marline Tomorrow Klffht?Seata
Sell I ax.
Main. Wed., Dreorntlaa Day and
Satarday.
george wumrs
SCANDALS
OF 1919
A MODEHM MUSICAL RRV IE
With a (irenl Cart. Iaclu4ia?c
ANN PKININGTON. (iKOKUK
\\ MITE. M A R E 1, WITIIK E.
iGEORGE IIICKEI.. \ \ ETYE RU
MiEU ED LEE \\ ROTIIK. LA SVL
PHE. I.ESTER ALLEX. ETHEL
PALMER. AL. VEfTOK ,
nmI
BEAlYIEl1 SCAKDALMO.V.EIIS
LYCEUM SH?
rsis
-THE MGHT OWLS"
nrltk
!KA\ DE LISLE
WIIESTLtftG YOlf IG1IT
J?r T?r?^r v.. rmmi Www
AMUSEMENTS.
"The Nation's M?' Beautiful Playhoca* "
P LOEWS
ALACt
C??flw? ?*i3l m.m. to IT p.?
I.AST Tllll> IDhU
VIVIAN MARTIN
IV
"THE HOMETOWN GIRL
iii-:<;innin<; iom<?iiikh\
Douglas Fairbanks
w
The Knickerbocker Backiroo'
DANCING.
DANCING
TONIGHT
NATIONAL STUDIO BUILDING
Natl. bi4?..
14th rM I* Mb. K. W.
ORfllK>TR4 Ml .
$5
SPECIAL
DANCING
COURSE
For a Limited Time Only.
All Private Lesson**.
Take Advantage of this Offer Re
fore It is Withdrawn.
The Chateau
ACADKMT OF D4XCK
611 Twelfth Street
{U^rn-icna^Jevii hep ?
LOELIC ATB09BN
LUNCHRONITTI
Opea tratll Mltalrfct
m III Ttfc ?tr?H I. w. ?^
7 WANT TO DANCE ?
? YOU CAN LEARN
Prof. CAin, Amtrlii'i torero*** Dinciiw Ma??*r.
can teach you in a few k-aaooa if you can ta
taught. Teaching ri'lutitf); ?t the
HlUimi AV M'HOOL OP DANCING.
1218 New V ark Ave.
VMt the Rightvi> firat the orlj np-t? da'a
Dancing Academy arxith of Nm York. I*ri?a*a
leMona. any hoar, lie Flmt nrit u?-?d oot ha??
- ppointnent. Phooe Frank. 7*4
x ? l-e-a-r-n;, r
DANCING
TACGHT IN t LCSSON*
434 7th St. N.W
tllf.ph??Nt r* rm
New York Academy
l^tcat atepa by Prcf. Harry IVa
cock, dirart Una New York City,
aintated fay fau raff of ladr a<4
to-data faaU rooaa danctna.
FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD
CLASSIFIED ADS.

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