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" T?r 1?Kb It. At Both Man's Stores. Rewarding the Early Buyer! r10% Discount on Young Feller's Club Suits and Conservative Styles. $35 to $65 This includes every Fall Suit in the house? up to Sept. 15. Money's Worth or Monty BarJc D. J. Kaufman Inc iwJo-Ol Pa. Ave f)16 17th St. Denies Offering $25 For Kidnapping of Son P*r*nk Benedetto, a barber, denied *-sterda>. In bis answer to the <*om ?latnt of Mrs Mamie W. Benedetto +bout hl3 treatment of their child. ? led in the District Supreme Court, hat ",ie ever offered a shoemaker ?Jf? to kidnap the rhild. who is now with its mother. The barber also denied givin; the ?-hlld wine or beer to drirlc. and dis putes his wife's statement that '.ie is ??ot fit to associate with the child. Waltz Contest Planned At Mt. Rainier Carnival A. waits contest with prises for both nen and women will be the feature of ?lie Mount Rainier carnival Saturday ight Monday evenin* 'here will be a prize ? Masquerade dance. Proceeds from the carnival are to be ? tevoted to the erection of a town hall, dedicated in honor of the men of Prince Georges County who served in tfce war. BAND CONCERTS Bf V*> I* S Marine Bind, i' til* EU lipse. Stbudv. Sept*a?her *. 191?, at 3 p. ia Willhun H Ssrrelmann. leader Much old . ......Teike Overt>:re- "II Goannj" Goow <*au>r:ce?' Eglantine" Van Loock Comet sol?>?"'Bride of the Wif* ?Clarke Musician Jofcn Miller iirard m n.c? :rom ' MaJuu Butterfly" Puccini r>~acnpC?? fantasia? The Evolution ui Ihzie" Lake Suite?"1/ArWsieao#" Biiet "The Star Spangled Bani.tr CVmcavt N- the V. S. Soi<LerV H/?ie Hand, bandstar.d. this erening beginning at ? o'doci. J oh a S M. Z.uuneriuann. di rector March. James S Petit". Zirnmermana Overture, "Hail Columbia" Boehme ? Man'jBch;*.) Serenade. *T>?la" Freidemar.n Mosaic. "Katinka" Prim'. >>** Trot Intermezzo, '"Woo" Mills Walts Suit*. "Ibreams of Lo?e" Ertl riiiale. "Our Sammli?s" Vanderaloot "The Star Sjangled Banner." &Ui?$oan& Mens. Xr Pair; Lad.e*', 3c Pair; Neoiin Whole boles. 66c Pair; leather. $1.00 and $12* Pound. All ah>? repairing tools for home work. Shoe '?rushes. shoe laces. Iswrn or hla.-Jc leather -5ea. %hoe letail at semi wholesale pn?a The Capital Shoe finding* C'e. ?*37 F st. iiw . Phone Main 9??iS Wash.. D C. The New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph Washington Representative. The Gibson Co., Inc. 917 G Street N. W. COAL OF QUALITY Best Grades of Anthracite and Bituminous?Lowest Prices. GEO. W RUE =* ? I'honr \. 17-11 llourai 1? A.M. to ?? P.M. Dr. S. B. Johnston I'xpert Dentist Hh and G Sts. N.W. (2d floor) elatl Kids. Phono Main 1711 LOANS HORNING Lrswontfs, toatefces, Jewelry South tad of l.'ighwiy Bridje Uuala*?s Tran?aried ft?xcluaJreJj Tlere. ^ Take esrs ?*. 12th street aad Pennajlranla iveooe for sooth ?ud of lIU'sw / Hrldjce. Pare i? ?itch way. Whisky?Beer?Wine ? nmpl?Tf furnrila* snd instructions for tasking t home r--e ah'*y izbj proof cleared i. real -cs, ainl choic** nin'\ including itaking and crating home sti'l Prepared by ia?-n firmer W brewing and distilling tsiriD'aa Real goods; * substitutes. stuff&ce rules formulas may be *faHT rot throngi n-aila Seoi on receipt of .(?-check. HSOOer order, ?ash^r nam pa Act ike*. W'? in Co-igrees to rrohib.t tx'.e of mt U.T1 VOfl I i "OR Kl'LA COXPAX1 *13 311. Rajal, HALTIMOnL, MD. Cardinal Will Officiate at Holy Rosary Ceremony Here Today. The corn#r atone of the Church of pie Holy Rosary. Third and F ?u*eets northwest, will be laid at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Cardinal Gibbons of ficiating. This church, the foundations of which were laid last spring, was es tablished for the Catholic residents of Washington of Italian bfrtli or descent. The parish was organized in June. 1913. with the appointment of Rev. Father N de Carlo as pastor. Archbishop Ronzano, the Papal delegate, who is now in Italy, has al ways taken an active interest In the parish, and has rendered valuable co operation In the work of planning the new church. He is in Italy at pres ent, but he will be represented at the exercises by the acting delegate. 'Monseigneur A. Cossio. Besides the sodalities of the parish, nine Italian societies and all the Catholic organizations of the Dis trict will have a part in the exercises. The Rt. Rev. Mgr. C. F. Thomas, rector of St. Patrick's Church, will preach the sermon, and the Rev. L>. Nepote. C. M., of Baltimore, will de liver an address in Italian. At 2 o'clock all the Italian socie ties and ohurch sodalities will assem ble at Third and I streets nortViwest, and will proceed to the ceremonv according to the following order: Men's division. T Guiffre, marshal Celfo's Military Band; Holv Name ??C,,.ety lhe Ho1' Bosarv" branch: Italian Catholic Society; "l.'nlone e "Vi?orio Emmanuele II; Trlnacrla;" "Umbcrto I;" "Arte e Mestiere;'* "Cristoforo Colombo;" v ittorlo Emmanuele ITT " Women's and children's division. Mrs T Croc cia. marshal; Holy Rnsarv Boys* Band: Holy Rosary Boys* Club: Chil dren of Mary; Union of Italian Cath olic Women of Washington: Christian -Mothers' Society. CHESAPEAKE BEACH TO CLOSE SEPT. 14 The closing date for Chesapeake Beach has been set for Sunday. September 14. All of the numerous amusements and attractions will re main running until the evening or that date. Free dancing will con rPr/V", be * dai,y reatt"e. and L? .rt Saulsman s orchestra will con tinue ?ts regul*r~eoncerts. Train accommodations will be ample to handle the crowds com fortably The winter schedule of trains becomes effective Mondav. September 15. Daughters Inherit E?tate. the Misses Sarah M.. Margaret C.. Mnceneia I., and Catherine Harring ton. (Sister Catherine in religion" daughters of John C. Harrington. In herit his entire estate, according to the will filed for probate yesterday. J J. Dolan is named executor. Seek* Adoption of Girl. I William H. Stewart, of 1416 K street northwest, employed in the Income tax I division Of the Treasury Department, and hi, wife, asked the District Su ! FSV"' . ??urt yesterday to legalize their adoption of Rosamonde E Jones a 1-year-old baby. CLICKS FROM THE KEYS. Philadelphia. Sept. ?.?Guarded by Belgian soldiers, about $92,500 000 of German cold Is being transport ed to New York. '. Tt'insdor' Vt.. Sept. 4.-After read ing accounts of the actors' strike the "fat lady - of a fair show here struck and returned to her home "w,ld man- also demanded more money and landed In court. New York. Sept. 4 ?Public spoon ing is one of the things that made New York great. Is the message judge Welch is carrying hack to Kansas City. N'ew York. Sept. 4.?Japan will return Shantung to China probably within a year, according to the prediction of Yosuke Matsuoka, secretary of the Japanese foreign department. Toledo. Sept. 4.?Lifting of re strictions on the return of foreign ers to their homelands will cost this city 12.000 in population. Cleveland. Sept. 4 ?Organised railroad workers here tr.day initiat ed the fight against th? Cummins bill for regulation and return of the railroads to private ownership. Charlotte. N. C.. Sept. 4?John Wilson is the first to ba arrested in connection with recent clashes here. Mexico City. Sept. 4.?Prompt ac tion on the appeals of foreign pe troleum companies was promised by Mexican officials today. Philadelphia. Sept. 4.?A JS00 an nual Increase in wages is demanded by letter carriers in convention here. San Francisco. Sept. 4 ?Washing ton and St. Louis are rivals for the 1920 convention of the United Span ish War Veterans. OFFENSIVE BREATH CALLS FOR CALOMEL TAKE A CALOTAB The Nausealess Calomel Tablet That it Purified from Unpleai ant and Sickening EffecU. Do you ever have a bad taste tn j your mouth In the morning, heavy | breath, coated tongue, headache, ner? vousness with a let-down feeling' I You need calomel, nothing else will | cleanse yotxr liver thoroughly. Trv I ,abs- ,h# nausealess tablet that I Is delightful to take and delightful in : effect. One tablet at bedtime, with | a swallow of water-that- all \o ^,"e'wVrlPir:g' "Iu- "or'nau | t.ea. Wake up in the morning feeling j ? two-year old. bright, cheerful 1 , _,*nd With a hc*"y appetite | for breakfast. i;,t what you rW ; no danger. Calotahs a,e ?? ,.n?rPiy delightful to take and so pleasant In effect that the manufacturers have authorized your druggist to refund jhe price: a* a guarantee that you will be delighted with Calotabs. a^ .'J" ?rT"a'- ???'??? pack-1 ages, price thirty-five cents. At drug stores every where.-Adv RUM PUNCH FOR EDDIE Halifax.?He'd better take one while the taking-is good, foi when he goes farther into Canada, outside the province of Que bec, and into the United States, he'll have to do without punch The visiting Prince of Wales is shown enjoying a toast at the Studley Quoit Club, where drinks may still be obtained 111 this dry district. LEGION PROTESTS LUDENDORFF STORY Protest against the publication in the United States of Gen. Luden- | dorff's story of Germany's side of the ^ate war was voiced in resolu- : tlcns passed by Quentin Roosevelt j Post No. 1, American Legion, at a j meeting at its quarters, 1711) H ' street northwest, Wednesday night. It was also resolved by the mem bers to request national headuqar ters of the American legion to in- | struct all posts in the United States to support the third roll-rail drive, j j In November, of the American Red ' Cross. i A. S. Imlrie was permanently , I elected post commander; John H. ! Kelly, who wait wounded with the 312th Marine Corps Battalion, vice ! | commander; J. P. Lawyer, adjutant; j C. S. Bovce, assistant adjutant: i Oamund Varella, finance officer, and W. D. Rogers, historian. Swimming Pool Closes At Central High School The swimming pool at Central ? High School has been closed for' ! the remainder of the summer. ! Mrs. Isabella G. Smith, secretary of i the school, announced yesterday. Dances at the school, however. 1 | will be continued on Tuesday. I Wednesday. Friday, and Saturday evenings. A pri^e waltz will be the feature for next Wednesday night. Rittman Funeral Today. Funeral services for Frederick K. j Rittman. auditor for the War Pe jpartment during the administration j of President McKinley, will be held this morning at 10 o'clock at Hy son's funeral parlors, the Rev. John C. Palmer officiating. Interment I will be in Glenwood Cemetery. BIRTHS REPORTED. WHITE. 1 t Max and Goldie Zptin. boy Mills H. and Winnie Young, girl I Chanter A. and Marion H. Stayton. hoy. Douglas A. and Hilda L. Si*?naer, bor ( djd# and Annie M. Stig*a, girl. Jam** H. and Helen N Redden, bey Efcnidia and Mary A. Piuto, boy. Antonio and ?*aterioa Pusateri. boy Bernard W. and Mary C. Nalley, ?rl Wilbur M. and Maybelle A. Miller, bo? Thomas F. and Ada G. MacDentt, boy i I.oui? E. and Annie I^irie, bo* j Allen H. and Anna Koontz. girl. John R and Be'.ma E J arris, girl Alfred E and ETa H. Johnson, boy Lancaster E and Adeline F. Hall. gjr'.. G. Clifford and Marie Howard, ftirl. i Walter W. and Kathenne Humphries. boy. 1 nomas R. and Catherine D. Hudson, bo*. Albert C. and Ada M. Gorman, boy. i Prank T. and Maltfe n. Fox. boy. Wn. L. and Kathlyn Purant, boy Thomas S. and Mary E Ckirtin, g?rl COLORE Dl llenr* ^nd May Williams, girl. Charles and Louisa Wright, boy. Ernest P. and Millie C. Washing'.:*!. girl , Frank and Bertha Mays, girl Harry M. and Hctier Magn-.der, boy Frederick and Marie Jackson, girt Ernest and Lottie Green well, girl. Joseph J. P. and Nellie Oillon. hoy. j Jiuws W. and Margie Graham, boy. Robert and Delia Gassawa*. girl. ?7har.es T. snd Mary E Gamer, flrl i Ralph ai.d Pearl Evans. boy. ' John H. and Mollis E> ChaJTln, boy MARRIAGE LICENSES. WHITE Benjamin Turner, 3b, sod Minnie Flnnell, SR. l*>th of Washington. Tli* R** H. E Huddle- ; son. John E Stone, 31, and Sallls L. Gannon. 25. , both of Richmond, Va. The Re?. T. E Da*i* ! Ralph Miller, 2W ?nd O. Orewster Crirt, 22, both erf Baltimore, Md. The Be*. H. D. j , Mitchell I Wiliboite W. Glue, 23. at Holden. Md., and i Marguerite I. Clajton, 23, of Washington The Rev G. A. Miller. Ralph 1L Jecklna, T, and Lillian M. Oum haugh, 34. both of Washington. The Re*. T>. J H. Edwards. Ralph I* Northored. 2&, of Johnstown, N Y.. and Mary M. Sfcaw, 31, of Tarkio, Mo The Re*. W. A. Masker, jr. | Willie F. Scrtithworth. 2T. and Be.wi* Pickett, ; 122. both of Woodford, V? The Re*. J E Brigy* Morris nuss, ?V of Baltimore. Md.. and Sa*a Lsn&k. 43, of Washington. T*e Re*. M. R Toelaon. Kenneth J. Feeney. 7\ ard Alary E M? j Oanr, 21, both *of Wash.ngtac. The Re* T. A Han nan. f Kdd S. Cole. ?. and C. Ach'.ine Pari*, 21, f both cf Standards*.lie, Va The Re*. J. n. ( Jeffries. Arthur I* Thomas, 31. and Viola Hall, 21. ? both of Washington. 'The Re?. J. H" Jeff;"!1?* I Sam :c' G. Edgar, Ji. and F>mua Swihart. both (4 Ma^ilion. Ohio. The Re*. T E Dana Foster B. Kern, 24, and Dorothy R Bucfaer, 71, bot/h of CataviM, Pa. ITit Rer H. F. Downa ? Jo??pb M. B. Parry, 28, ard Kittfe L. Lan ham. iS, both of Washington. The Re*. T E. Dana COLORED Tames E Scales, 24, and Beatrice Washington. 19. both of McLean. Va. The Re*. W. T. ; Downca Herman Ooghill, 21. and Sarah E King. 19, both of Washington. The Re* S. Miller Edwin T Beverly, 26, and Mary Abbott, 22, both of Washington The Re* U. S. Edwarda John H. Boston, P8, ard Lucr Smith. 44. both of Washington. The Re*. w. K. Manakoa Jo*ei>h Butler. 23. aDd Mary Bntler, 19, both of Washington. The Re* R. T Dent Ra>~mond B. Thomas. S, and Maris F. Hurd. : 24. both of Washington The Re* W. M. Clair. ( Patrick D.rss. 55. and Fannie Jack?on, la, i both of Washington Tte Re* J. J O'Connor. DEATHS REPORTED. i Harriet Burna, 90 years, 18 S st. n?. 'Hiomas H. Bilison, 54. 2131 4th st? ne | U Won. Tfisfts, 49. ICS Euclid st. nw. I ^tarsiiTt ii. l!atl?away. 82, ?(M A at. ne. FHwin Nsgel. 35, ^*t. Elizabeth's Hospital. Jameb f\ Gray. 42. Si. Elizabcth'a Kospi'.al Ernest T. Elgin. 60, 1213 C St. aw. Catharine V. Vanre. 71. 518 Tepn. ate. ne. Ernest T. Prosise, 22. 9th st. nw. iJmma L. Deane, 4 mon.. 1339 U st ae I/esllo R. Yettcr, n>or., ISdf Lawrence it ^e. Ofii'cr F. Junes. 35 day a 128 D at. u?. COLORED. Jane Brown, 56, 5*4 at. nw. CANADIANS FOLLOW WILSON LABOR PLAN Following the example ot' President Wilson, the Canadian government has called a conference of capital and labor, to open in Ottawa Septem ber 15. A number of American economists and labor representatives have been invited, among them being W. .lett I^auck, former secretary of the Na tional "War Labor Board. It is probable that a number of Canadians will be invited to Wash ington to tt?e discussions here. WEATHER CONDITIONS. FORECAST FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW District of Columbia and Maryland: Fair to day and Saturday, little cl'ang? i-t temperature; gentle north wind.* hromnng wnai/e Virginia Fair Friday and Saturday , gentle to ui.-xleraie north and uurtbea-it wind* c*i tlie coa-st. LOCAL. TEMPKR ATI'B& Midnight. 63; 3 a. ui.. 6">. 4 a. re . 6 ?. <u , <5'?; 8 a. m.. G|: 10 a. m.. 70: 12 non, 77: 2 t in.. 79; 4 p. m.. 75 8 p. in.. 75; 8 p. m . 74: lu p. m.. 66 Highest, 8'.; loweat, 6!. RelatiTe humidity?6 a. m.. 64: 2 p m 3 I p. m. 60. Rainfall '& p. m to 9 p m 0. DLPARTFRES Accumulated ricess of t?*ra;*ra? ure since l? tiary 1, 1919, 419; deficiency of tem;??rature sine* September 1. 1919, 13: accumulated excess of precipitation sines January 1. 19 9. ^79. de ficiency of precipitation aince Ser*emt?er 1 1V19, yr Temperature same date la?t year -Highry &2, lo?"Wt, 65. OTHER TLMPLRATlRfcS Lowes* Highest. pre*ious Bala today, night. ? r?.m. tali. Ashetille. N. C.. ? 48 74 Atlantic City. N. J ?2 t-0 68 B'mtoti. >Maa? ? 74 ?vJ M 1.22 (Chicago, 111 70 W .... f ^Tclaud, Ohio 70 t>4 70 0.C6 Denrer, Colo 60 72 0.02 Detroit, Mich 7 i CO u4 ? LI Paso. Tea ? ?* f2 Jacksonville, V*la 81 72 ? Trfm Angelen. CaJ 76 , New Orleans. La 8b ?J CO 0 30 i New York. N. Y 76 ?! i Omaha, Not* ??> 64 82 ; Philadelphia, Pa 61 72 Pittsburgh, Pa 72 60 63 ? \ Portland, Me 76 Cfl 0.01 1 Portland. Oreg 56 ? SL Louis. Mo & 'i 22 G.W.U. OFFERS WORKER STUDIES Late Classes Arranged for Young People Employed By Government. The Arts and Sciences Department of George Fuhlnston . University will offer llo late afternoon courses for the convenience of government employes and others who Intend to earn their way through college, ac cording to announcement by L>r. Howard Lincoln Hodgkins. dean of the department. The university will open Its regular session on Wednes day, September "4. The late afternoon courses will he given at 5:10 and 6 p. ni.. giving work ers ample time to reach the univer sity buildings which are conveniently located near Twentieth and G streets northwest, within a few blocks of most of the government department*. Indications are that more than 00 per cent of those who renter this .year will be persons Intent upon earning their own way through col lege, mostly government employes. Registration this year promises to be the largest in the history of the .university. Nearly 3,000 persons will enroll, it is believed. Last year's en rollment was the best In the history of the institution?2*629. a gain of ?>.> over thai for the preceding year. TO TRY 9 BLUECOATS ON DESERTION CHARGE Nine former policemen who failed to give the department thirty days' notice before they turned in their equipment will be brought before the police trial board. These policemen were carried for three days, as is customary, before they were classed as deserters. They have not been with the force since August 15. 3 Ladies' Days a Week At the New City Club "Ladies* days" are to be on* of ?the popular features of the coming season at the Pity Club, which pend ing the erection of its proposed Ji 000,000 downtown home is "housed in the old Commercial Club home, I street northwest. The club Is to have three Instead of two "ladies' days" a week. Auto HiU Mao, Escapes. \fier striking Clement Coombe. 3-3 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, on Pennsylvania avenue southeast, near Eighth street, yesterday after noon. an automobile operated by two unknown white men. sp?d east ward without stopping. foombe, bruised on the head and right J? g. waa treated at his home. Mayflower Wants Recruits Immediate service on board the I". S. S. Mayflower or at the Naval Air Station, Anacosta. is offered to naval recruits who enlist now at the recruiting station, JW Ninth *tre?-t northwest, it was announced by Chief Yeoman Ward, last night. Dressy Men Attend Our FALL OPENING Itemarknhle Value* In Men** ? lothlnr. PurtiUh in^? and llats Ifl * > 7th & E Sts. ISaein S Klein's Korner Final Clearance Broken lots of Earl &c Wilson and Met ric Shirts that sold for $3.00, $6 00 and $7.00. While they last, $3.75 Another lot of Madras Shirts that sold for $3.00 each, $1.65 Athletic Nainsook Union Suits, all sizes; all perfect merchandise. $1.50 values. 95c each ]]),' J. Y. Davis' Son 1201 Pa. Ave. Opposite Raleigh Hotel i i i i i i i i i i a i i i i i i i i iii.i i i. im i i i i i i i i i AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. LOEW'S PALACE I COLUMBIA -THEATERS ?BEQiyyixa s us da y? ALL NEXT WEEK DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS In the Whirlwind Triumph of Jlis Film Carter "HIS MAJESTY, THE AMERICAN" H i/Zi o Special Musical Score AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. SPECIAL Sunday, September 7 40-Mile River Trip ON THE BEAUTIFUL POTOMAC SteamerCharles Macalester LEAVES 7th Street Wharf at 2.30 RETURNING AT 7:00 P. M. Passes U. S. Arsenal, Alexandria. Fort Foote, I-ort Washington, Fort Hunt. Mount Vernon, Camp Humphreys and Indian Hea3. EXCELLENT DINING-ROOM SERVICE?MUSIC 50c?Round Trip--50c FOR MOUNT VERNON?Daily at 10 A. M. and 2:30 P. M. The House of Recognized Pre-eminence . CRANDALL'S METROPOLITAN ?F ST. AT TENTH LADIES ? an ymi imagine :i rnnn l?flnc :? perfeet |o\er?a man uliotr ?'harniK are ho minderful that no woman can re*i*i <li?-m?? man ? Iioiii woom'h i 11 la?i*h with affection and rlrhm in the hope that they i II !??? ren;irilrd nilh just one Mnllf f < an y?M iinu^im that kind of a man? EUGENE O'BRIEN in the PERFECT LOVER TODAY'S BEST ATTRACTIONS l> WAMilXGTOJTS FOKEMOVr TUEATIOH* __ CRAKD ALL'S F- ST. AT TENTH Metropolitan W LAST TWO DAYS V3 OLIVE THOMAS In A Picture (hat Establishes N>w Standard* "THE SPITE BRIDE" JAS. AI'BRET, In -YAPS AMI YOKF.LS" XKWS?SYMPHOXY CFANOALL'S rflteentn arc Cc unto i F:ai LV LAST PAY TJ BESSIE BARRISCALE in THE WOMAN MICHAEL MARRIED" LOEW'S TODAY PALACE COLUMBIA 1' Mreet ait Tlilrfrent li i I' Street at Twelfth WALLACE LEL A LEE ??THE HEART OF YOUTH** Com edy? -Vctrs P ici u res Special ()rchc$tral Feature# 1H SfNOAT-AI.l\e\T " ElK ? UOTll Til I 'ATTRS Doii.LAS KAKIIIIA*K? <? "HI* MA,U>M ? m x '? ? m. - i lli: v xr.i.i v 'i m: i.l WTV* Lhcrlurc?iS Soloists Miming. y<*ni and yigW ATiONAL ,Vn";M Si:'0 Mot. 1:20. H POLLYANNA "The I'lsy That Put.? Joy in Linng." Starting Sunday?Seat* SellinK Jobr. Con offer? Another Feast of Fun and Frivolity in the Musical Comedy >en*ntlou LISTEN LESTER With ADA MAE WEEK" and !\'ew York Cast of 40 POll'S MARY PICKFORD'S GREATEST this waeK THE CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART Spccial' Exhibition of Paintings Bv W. H. Holmes Sept. 3d to Sept. 30th, igio Hoars of opening: Mondays, 12 M. to ?! :.'10 P. M.j other week days, 9 A. M. to 4:30 P. M.; Sundays, 1:30 to 4:30 1*. M. * ~ I ri/lirtfPV coxTiwror* ITIIWrVC.! Keslnalna l" A.M. W.VlRGlfilA THEATER. Sth St.. Bet. t- & 6 / AMUSEMENTS^ J MOORE'S ialtO" 11 A. *.-11 P. M. 9th at G. LAST TWO DATS POWERFUL?TMULLIM THE RIGHT i TO HAPPINESS Pcatering DOROTHY PHILLIPS In a Thiol Bole A PLAY OF TODAY # Subsidiary Ftitvm A M"(mderful OrrJtatntien *HIT n i' W CONSTANCE TALMAD6E 'A TEMPERAMENTAL WIFE' G MOORE'S Ikl ardeW 11 A-V.-11 r.9V. ?H?? flet n um4 E. LAbT TWO DAY| Electrifying Washington! Crtalat AccompILehrttcnt of Oif Pictorial Stayc UCIIKCE I.OA.VL TTI KEIW 'The Miracle Man' I'lavina to i CAPACITY-COME EARLY * A Param'iuHl-Artcrofl urt ion SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS AT'GMLN'TED ORCHESTRA S MOORE'S 0^ tranU I] km M.-11 P. M. iMfc M. at D. I.AM' T%\0 DAY* SCORE BILLIE BURKE hi Her Laics' Film Delicti THE MISLEADING WIDOW A Comedy Sensation 1 A I'aramwnt' A rtcraft J'ictvrc Added FeaHtrtf?Ortf,zsfra ICNEDULE Of PfffFO PtHAMCES ALL MOORED THRATTR9I 11 A. M.?1 IV M.?3 P. M 3 p. N.?; |V M.?K |?. M. S-W-I-MMI-N-G for m*n r*ntM. 25c; Tidai Basin Bathing Bcach ? Q R?-?w l-w^ats R^ntM ?SB I>a?.h op^n 7 a i?. to 11:4S & a. m.; 1 t ni. to 7 45 p. ru. BOATING GARRiCKi:::: t4?T .1 TIME* T?Blfhl. ?Mat. TiMtft, 2i30. A 1.AUGH RIOT Here Comes the Bride Xfit lVffk?Tommrnrlnc ^nndny Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch B.F. KEITH'S MH.TM* Sll. ft RUTS "A Romp."?Herald LEW I FLORRIE DOCK- MILLERSHIP STADER L AL. GERRARD Oralg r*iripl*U. HooW A '1000 a Tear " MyrtW * Jimnie- Dun^d.n. . GAYETY 8V,L% JOK H ARTK.^ BURLESQUE HOLDER SHOW WUh 6Ea P IIIRPHY tfifl PfcUAOS. UNOI \e\l ^ y?'k--Ho? ?ry llnrir?qu< | DANCING. ? modern D-A-N-C-I-N-G TAfcirr J I'poi. Cmls, Ammca't Jorcmt-* l%rK.r,g Mu ? let. ?rd Mr*. 11. L Holt can tfifh you a! tti* RIGHTWAV ftCIIOUl. OF DA\( I \<? 121J8 *KW l'OHK A> l? I' Only up-Ur-dat? Dancing Academy aoutl. of Nrw York. kwu any hour. tS e. ?*% [ i Ycu need tot birr appointment Ktor.f !> "Ui act ib? pre?* ?? c akp. but Qm i ?? g- '? IUM OOI SUC(?M." THE ANDERSON PRINTERY (Equity ^avligi Daak Bllg.| ? 1407 N. Y. Ave., 1st Floor, Reu Pk??f Mala 3634.