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LOANS
HORNING
L'ismonds, Viatcties, Jewelry
Sooth Lad of Highway Bridge
Uuilft'u Transacted Kzcluilrelj
Tlere.
Take ears a* ll'th afreet and
PpBaa^lvanli ireaar far saatfc
nd af Hluiw 9 Bridge Part ft#
??rich way.
Phone NORTH
' 88
Auto and Taxi Service
TOURING A SPECIALTY
Five and Seven-Passenger Cars
$2. $2.30, $3 and $4 Per Hour
This Price for a Clam
Suit or Overcoat
For Men or Young Men Should
Interest You.
$22.50
Overcoats
National Clothing Co.
523 7th St. N. W.
Whisky?Beer?Wine!
Complete formula* and instructions for making j
j at horns rye whiakj (any proof desired), real 1
beers, and choice wines, including making and j
operating home atilL Prciiared by men formerly 1
in brewing and diatiMing business. Real goods;
no substitutes; postoffice rules formulas may be !
lawfully aent through mails. Sent on receipt of
SI.QD-check, money order, cash or alamps. Act
quick. Hill in Congress .to prohibit sale of 1
l"luor wipe*.
BALTIMORE FORMULA COMPANY.
151? M/. Royal, BALTIMORE, MD. '
PRINTING
RUSH WORK A SPECIALTY
SMALL AND LARGE JOBS
HAYWORTH
627-629 G Street' Northwest
Composition and Trade Work
MOTHERSJFRIEND
Expectant j
Mothers j
J^bnderfully
Effective
if All JXrsgg/srj
616 17th
Street
Hundreds of
Ymmg Fellers'
Fall Hats
$?.90
Plain and rik finish,
beautifully hns-4 with.
a?L
Hundreds of
Young Fellers'
Velour Hats
Rich, de*? tkodts;
ordtnordtj worth a dol
lar or (iro n+ort
Hundreds of
John B. Stetson
Fall Hats
$?*.00
O Up
Sotkwq hitter mad*, :
rv A in shape and shade.
NOTICE Our Branch Store at
616 17th street has a 100' , selec
tion of these Hats.
We Give the Values and Get the Business.
Money 's Worth or Money Back.
Hundreds of
Young Fellers'
Fall Hats
$ A. 90
Beautiful styles, ele
gant trims: at a volume
prwe
1005-1007
Penna. Ave.
Prickly Heat
Some day you will ask
yourself. Why did I refuse )
> to rse Tyree's Antiseptic )
Powder for these tormenting i
> cases of Poison Oak. Prickly J
Heat and Mosquito Bites? The ,
| person who does not use ^
Tyree's Antiseptic Powder I
I*" freely In these cases falls in <
| two ways, neglect and fore- )
> sight. For the effect of ;
> Tyree's Antiseptic Powder In j
L? these cases Is almost marvel
j ous. One or two tablespoons
> full dissolved in a basin of
water invariably relieves you
> while you are applying it.
When used in the same dilu- S
tions its application is very \
\ pleasant and noncauterizing. \
For thirty years Tyree's
' Antiseptic Powder has been >
! the accepted standard for per- )
> sonal hygiene. In small, me- s
> dium and large sixes?for sale >
by all drug and department \
stores.
Remember the name? )
'??TYREE'S?accept no other. \
MASON
FRUIT JARS
Quarts, 89c
Pints, 79c
SMALL'S
713 7th St. N. W.
MAJN 9081.
Fall Hats Features at
D. J. Kaufman's Man's Stores
BOTH MAN'S STORES CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
.*? 1 ? ?
Oftdal Weather Report?l%e Maa's Stare?Clo?4y with Showers.
We Give the Values and Get the Business
D. J. Kaufman
INCORPORATED
We Give the Values and Get the Business
D. J. Kaufman's
Big Fall Hat Sale
Starts the Season!
tfUe krrpe and varied stock of soft and
sttff hats indttdes every possible style and
flofer feature The roU rim is the outstand
fashion, but we have many another dis
vnetine stgie ^ .-r
i, >> ?i ?
YOL7JMF is the basis of our selling
i trice*.
Hundreds of Mens
Fall Hats
at Volume Selling Prices
Men's. 30c Pair; Lsdif*'.
5r Pair; Neolin Whole
Sole*. 6ftc Pair; Leather.
$1.00 and $L? Pound.
AH aboe repairing tools
for home work. Shoe
brushes, shoe laces.
t>ro?n or black leather
dyes; sho.; polishes; retail at semi-wholesale
prices.
The Capital *?hoe Findings Co.
S37 F st. nw.. Phone Main 9*68 Wash., D. C.
V 0
SUPER-SIX TIRE
5.000 MILES GUARANTEED
30x3%
.65 Another important
addition to our peer
'ets Tire and Tube i
atoek. Underselling
trices always
CHAS. E. MILLER, Inc.
Si: 14th St. 4 Doors North of H St.
THE TOWN CRIER.
Blnify Community Oatrr will
meet tonight at 8 o'clock in Birney |
School. Anacostia.
There III be n donee at 8 or lor k
tonight in Epiphany Parish Hall. Ci i
street. between Thirteenth and 1
Fourteenth northwest.
Randall Community (enter will
meet tonight in Randall School.
First and 1 streets southwest, at 8
o'clock.
tinraet (.roup (immunity Center
will hold "fete day" this afternoon i
from 3 to 6 o'clock at the Phelps J
School, Vermont avenue between '
T and U streets northwest.
V. C. A. war work ?eeretarle*
are invited to uttend a reunion to
night at 8 o'clock in the Central Y.
M. C. A.. 1736 G street northwest.
The Ameriean Lesion will hold
a dance tonight at 8 o'clock on the
east front of the Capitol plaza.
The War < nmp Community Sen -
ice Club will give a dance tonight
at 8 o'clock in Trinity Parish Hall,
Third and C streets northwest.
Knight* or Columbus will be
sponsors for h dance tonight at 8
o'clock in tho gymnasium at Fort
Myer. Va.
Dunelng will feature the meeting
tonight at 8 o'clock of the Blue
Triangle Recreation Club at Twen
tieth and B streets northwest.
Washington lodge. Theo?ophleal
SocJety. will meet tonight at 81
o'clock at Theosophical Hail. 1216
H street northwest, for the discus
sion of the society's program for i
the coming year.
Meeting Petworth Citlaemaf As
sociation tonight at 8 o'clock at
Eighth and Shepherd streets. An - ,
nual election.
WEATHER CONDITIONS
FORfcXAST FOR TODA i AND TOMORROW
T>istnaL of Caiumbta. Mainland and Virginia
Partly cloudy today, probably ahowers WMiw
fair, moderate tempwsture; getUle ahiftinj
wind;.
LOCAL TKMI'KRATUBC
Midnight, 00 a a. m. 58: 4 a m.. 57;
t a. m.. 57; A a. m.. Si ; W a. m. a, 11
noon. Ti; 3 p. ni.. 75; 4 p in.. 77: 6 P- m . 74;
8 jx m, 70. 10 ii m., b8. Highest. 80; lowest. 5fe.
RaUtirp humidity 8 a m., 93; 2 p ro.. 37;
8 p. m., 70. Raiotall tft it m. t/? 8 i\ m
Tram Hourj of sunshine 6 7. I'er ?*nt "t
ixnatblo snnshine 46.
DEI'ARTCREB.
Airumulateil carets of temperature wncr Jan
uary 1. IW9. 4-451. Uxow* <?f tcmjk^Htuiv sinre
September 1. 191*. iS. AccunHilaiod e\cr?a ??f
j-recipitaiiun ainrv .lunuary 1, 1919. -0.44. I*
liniem^ of precipitation atra* Sti<eml*r 1, 191?
? 71
Terry xratur^ ume date last rear Highest. <>
lowest, 50
OTliEK TEMPERATTRlt
Lowest
Highest preuoua Raia
tol^y Uigbt. 8 :> in. tali.
At.ints. Ga
Baltimore. Md
Itost/*i, Maafl
?'hic*go. Ill
?'im innAti. Ohio
? Vveland. ' #ii<%
Ih^rer, tloln.
IMxoit* Mich
ra Paan. Tex
Helena* Mnut
Jacksonville, Kla.
Iattie Rnnfc, Art ..
Mxrqnetir. Mkii
Miami. Fla.
Ne*r Orleaim la.?
<imahi. N*be
I "hiladol ri. ia_. Pa.?
Portland.* ontr
St. Lnuia. Mo
fiao Antonio, TVx..
SrringtiHd. Ill
T<Medo, Ohio
WarfvuigUm. I>. O
nin: table*
1 i"V*np?lod by I'nited >t*trs t'oast and (???>
iHk- Huney.)
Tndaj- Jjnrn- tidr, 8:14 a m and 8.J9 p m :
high ttdo. 1:15 a. in aid 1:11 |?- m
THH SUV AND MOON.
Today-Son rises 630 a. m. ; sun ***. 7:17 '
iv m
Moot? n*-* ll^H p. m. ; Hs 1 p. m.
Atit*wuohile lAtn{? to be lighted oneha'f hour
;;fter snnpet
1 SQUEEZED j
TO DEATH 1
When the body begin9 to stiffen
and movement becomes painful
it is usually an indication that the
ludneya are out of order. Keep
these organs healthy by taking
GOLD MEDAL
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles.
Famous since 1696. Take regularly and
keep in good health. Io three sizes, all
druggists. Guaranteed as represented.
Look for th? name Gold Msdsl on ?v?y
bos mmd accept w imitatiea
AMUSEMENTS.
8?
74
7 2
ft!
76
82
0.10
0.16
0.01
Since the Mrth of photoplays
ne have offered no pietare of
beautiful sentiment nnd whole
some nrtlatle drama thnt com
pnres with thin.
9th at G
H MOORE'S a
RialtO
1 1 THEATER W
11 A. M.?11 P. M.
NOW PLATING
Capacity Rules ? Comr Early
Evangeline
1*7
Henry \Vudnworth Longfellow
VOCAJ* SOEO BY
Marjorie Harcum
Spccial Stage Settings
MCSICAL SCORE BY
Rialto Orchestra
Paniel Breeskln, Conductor
Extra?Biography
Gen. Pershing
T opics?W eekly?Cornedy
BIO BAND ODNTBRT
By The Sal ration Army National StaJT Band,
of New York Oity. at "nr? MetropoliUu Me- j
inurial M. K. Church on John 'Mart-lull place!
and C at. nw, on Wednesday ni^ht, September
17 it $ p uk Admiartioo tree. 1'uWic invited.
I
? ??
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
NATIONAL?"?*-*
Only TV*>*!r? jn Wu^iinpofi Offering Kj!
IMl.rlj
WEEK
Sat.
res. nor, ?i.oo. si.so
AioertcM h Fomcn Stan of flm tUc
i
ENORMOUS SUCCESS
SAM SHAJTWOJrS Pr#dnrtl?? of
WHATStheODDs
ry M. RltHwom, Jr.'n H'brfkrn."
The Most Famous Racing Play Ever Written
KAItl.K UOKSKY. In Tkf llrraK.
"Contain! by aD odds one of the most poignantly romantic
second acts seen in a musical comedy hereabout since the date
of the great thirst. It is costumed as gorgeously as The Royal
Vagabond,' and it's much more funny than the "VeWet Lady."
* * A breezy, funny, iorable piece, with much of the
'Checkers'' racing atmosphere retained and nearly al! of the
'Checkers'' romance. * * *"
??? 1 ?
The Timr* aayii
"Well lay a bit or two at almost any odds at all that it'll
be a big success. * * * Scored nicely at its opening here
and bids fair to draw big houses, much favorable comment and
a good start to Broadway success. * * * The story runs
continuously through the three delightful acts, yet does not
interfere with a succession of song and dance numbers that
really appear as a succession of hits. * * * The audience
was so enthusiastic that curtain calls became a monotony.
* * * Staged with elaborate sumptuousness."
Beginning Monday, In* Claire in "THE GOLD DIGGERS.'
H
:
THEATKR
=PALACE
?TODAY AND AL,L WEEK?
ELSIE FERGUSON
IN "THE WITNESS FOR THE DEFENSE"
"UNCLE TOM WITHOUT THE CABIN"
Overture?"Pershing's pride"?Sousa.
Next Week.?( harlta IUy
theater
fi
COLUMBIA
?TODAY AND TOMORROW?
THE 13th CHAIR
FEATURING
CREIGHTON HALE?YVONNE DELVA
i?Added Features?5
? ? 1Tiur*daT?Willi nm Hui?nrH
TODAY'S BEST ATTRACTIONS
IN WASHINGTON'* FOREMOST THEATERS
__ CRAN0ALL'S F ST. AT TENTH ..
Metropolitan
ALL THIS WEEK
NAZIMOVA
In the Greatest Picture of Her Career
"THE BRAT"
De Luxe Cornedy?Symphony?New *Cello Solo
CRARDAll'S Ci^'eenth ?od Cflinfcii Rut
TODAY?WT.DNESD A Y
ELSIE FERGUSON in A SOCIETY EXILE'
IHLLY PARSONS IN "HE I)1D AND HE DIDN'T*
-
A The Season's Event f
rcadCL
14th and Park Road
Under Same Conservative Management
REOPENS TONIGHT
And Every Week Xiyht Thereafter
S:SO to It
DANCING
Ijarg<st fi""r south of Aistf )*ork
Entrancing Musne Refined Environment
Greatly Increased Facilities for Comfort
and Oonvenience of Patrons
Beautifully redrenraiei and refurnished
time POPULAR PRICES
Beautiful jirivaU Ballroemi for rent
LYCEUM
2:15
8: It
BURLESOUE
RECORD BREAKERS
SMOKING PERMITTED
G AYETY ,V,L%
Jacob* A .lermon. Inc.. Offer
The Sporting Widows
W Ith
AL. K. HALL
MEHTS
AMUSEMENTS
fiM:
:::: 91st BERFORMANCE
3i '
Shattered P'?c*<)?ntr
:S
&
RrokelT" Record*
Indescribable
TH E
II MIRACLE MAN
By George Loane Tucker
PARAMOUNT^
j| MIGHTY superspec1al
Drop Everrthinj
Get Here
MOORE'S
I GARDEN
THEATER
j11 A.M. 11 I'M 9th hel DAB
?! (IfTrr Twill* \bi?n*4 fa 7>t?
Paramount Jjore Dri
i?:
the THIRD KISS
With
VIVIAN martin
AND CAST
?USUAL EXTRAS?
Strand Orchestra of
Soloists
Arthur Manvell. Conductor
MOORE'S
STRAND
?
?X
THEATER
j:::: n a. m. li p. m.
ALL THIS MEEK
Math at D
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40-MILE MOONLIGHT
TRIPS
Ob tbf Beautiful I'oitmar
Str. CHARLES MACALESTERl
Uatm ;ih M. Wharf at 7 P. M
Tor... \\H.. Tbnra.. Krl.. *at.
E-irfner* "Jairing R?wn Sorrier
SOr BlUND TRJT 'jO
FOR *01 >T 1TRKOK
Daily OaJy a? l? A. M.. 2sM P. H.
II
Ma- *od?'
GALLO
SHUBERT BELASCO
lhrvuoo Mfw R-utwrl. j
COMIC
OPERA CO.
IVRIU1 A* III rRI
IOMI1 OPERA ORGANIZATION
H ITM
HAM Ml
jeiter*o> im; 4%c;ei.i?
nod W1I,MAW D.% \ IXIRTH
' horn? of and Concert Orrkratrn
KSSyctKi. mikado
Thur*. Mfbn
CHIMES OF NORMANDY
%a?wTt4T H. m. s. pwafore
MAT. TODAY. *ON"E \*TDM>piT
?KAT? NOW
wkek "Too Many Hosbands sow
NOTHIN
UT LOVE
I:
W rot Over tie Top of W an till
ion * Heart La*t Mcbl.
An You Coming Tonight?
? fll I'Q
? ?? I ^9 Mat*. Tbtnv .Sac
>habert Attraruona to &.5D
NEXT WEEK?SEATS TUESDAY
F tyB C nMSTDO iMDPPIS faFVT
KILLYSiSTERS
-Dll LOOK
THEGfflGBLAUTf SHOW Of AMOKA
Gshubert If Tor,,gh' I V
ARRICfl ^
I.AtGH RIOT OF* THE SEASOW
Ev'ry Li'l Movement
BY AVERT BOPWOOn
NfXt W rek?Tbe ( Indrrrlla Mat
WakOtn 41 CaCT t'nuatanea Burner
s*pc * ? * LAO I Hrem Hull
B. F. KEITH'S"?
'DIILYf" SUM. {" HOL'YS
NOTICB--Only One Mat. no Uednrada; at
5 p. m. Awunt o? Parade But brat*
Sow and K?t I'p in Oocolort APtw Hur
nhing the ll?-ro?.
"BEE" PALMER
"Thf Oirl Who Mad* the Sfcuromj a <W?au.
and the Six K of Jirapatiim VaWir
ii^tgrtr A Co in Moth*;" Alice Hamil'ot
in 'A Breath of Old lavnidn " Berk A
Yalda; William* A Wolfe*; Kbur
I*iral A !*yaaooda; RinaOdo Broa the Kin
t>CT?ir>a. Ku *
BASEBALLISStl
Washington vs. St. Loui
Downtown ticket office. C13 14tfr
?t. Open from 8:30 a. m. to 1 p m
DANCING.
1 MODERN D-A-N-C-l-N-C TAUGHT
I'rat. Cain, America'* Iwnuot Dwioi Mi?
ter. ?nd Mi? H L. Holt caa tear* you at the
RIGHTWAY WCNOOI. OK DA^CINO
ISIh nicm 1 ORK AVE.
Only up to date Danrin* Academy wu ef
Saw York. Pnvale teoou aay bojf. 71 caria

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