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Ready for Big
Bugine?? Today?
It's the big volume of
selling that makes the
big values possible, and
ir s the big velues that
make the big business.
Selling Hundreds of
Young Fellers '
Silk Finish-Silk Lined
?fetta*/. Worth, ?r Mona/ Back
D.J.Kaufman
ma.
1005-07 Pa. Ave
616 17th St.
AUaUr.
??'MIM?"
$c.oo
Jup
Htsrai ? A_. ?*> 8 P.M.
Dr S. ?. Johnston
Ksasrrt Israels?
H* And G Sta, N.W. (2d Attar)
? rlatl ? Ha. r-avaae Maia 1711
L
"It's aas ta. asaaK *? asrAw. ta* ta*
THE ANDERSON PRINTERT
??awiTT MMmm <??? ????)
1407 M. T. Ave, lat Flaw. Raw
COAL
OF QUALITY
BeMt Gnat* si >?_rs_te a_
Mm.
6E0. W. HE SU2V
Aw..
IT!?
S,
MASON
FRUIT JARS
Quarti, 89t
P_s, 79c
SMALL'S
713 7th St N. W.
ma? masi.
?I - ?. Pair : Lsdi?-*'.
_r Psir Nci'Iiii ?A bol.?
S<_?. 6Bc l'air; l^stber.
O.0 snd $:._ l'ounu
AU ekne rvtwiniAi: toots
foe iiooi*? work, ?hoe
t> r u s h e f. a_oe Ist*??
brown es bOscfc lesthrr
retail at anni ?Ly .leu*. ?
T_? Capital %ssme> FI-sail* ?. c?*.
?31 F ec nw . Phon?? llsin MOA *Assh . D. C
Whisky?Beer?Wine
j for making
? hs_-e rye? whiefcy. real beer? snd choice? winea.
____? ?a'nrwt and oprra??? home ?till Pi?*.
?red by aot-n Inwi? ?* tn bf-rwrrts; snd -lisuMi...:
??**__? Mesi fond? no ._b_iti__.- p?stoffk*e
?itas fo?lai usj tap Lawful!*/ arni thn>ucb
-asm*. S_H on rtscetpt of S 3?- t _**?*. ?money or
Oatj os_? or ??lamo? Art quack. Bill in Con
??? * ? rrtrtij'? ti i ?W of liquor fwdpea.
?ALTI M OK ? FORMILA COMPAJTT.
Dfgt. 4. Il AI,TIMORI., MD.
^pr^ LOANS
F nomme
B ???r?ties, a ateftes, Jewelry
Sentii tad of mthwsj Bridie
????a-u Iran.arlrd Kacia-alwcJ?
rate e.r. .- ma atrtet ?.*
r-r?w?yl?a*l. irrax fate- Mats
?av* at HI?*?*/ , Brtelare. Ira*, ?J
?MB <warw.
:?
CALLS SCHOOL
BILL AUTOCRATIC
Roy C. Qaflin Protests King;
Measure in Letter to
Representative,
? Provision for the appointment ot
lier .-.u per i nte i. leni of si-hool* by tint
President and doing away with th?
Board of Rducation, a* pi-ascribed
in a bill presented by Representativo
FMward J. Kins, ha* brought forth
a storm of disapprriTal from Wash
ington people wfth keen Interest
school affairs.
Roy C. ClalBn. leader of a move
nient to '.lave the Board of rMuca?
tion elected by the people?, has i
pointed out the weakimis? of ? ine s
plan in a letter to Kins- His views
reflect widespread opinion here.
Mr ilaflin'n letter declares, innari:
"We want our school administra-j
tron nntr? r-'prrsentativc of the peo-a
pie of Washinfi;U?ii so It can be more:
responsive. Now you propose that,
it shall be less representative than
it is now.
"Your proposition to have the su
perintendent of the District schools
appointed by the ""resident and fo
do away with our Board of ""?dura
tion is particularly obnoxious. This
chantre, together with jrivins; abso
lute control of our schools to thrs-o '
appointed heads of departments as
I ro\ 'ded in your bill would create;
th?? worst educational autocracy j
?rr.aeTinable. and the citizens of
Washington certainly would be?
Icatli to have euch a system tli.ii.-t
upon them.
'No phase of our civic life is more
distinctly 'our affairs* than th?- ad
ministration of our public scho.?ls.
Th- District ?people would be the
mes* directly affected by any 1ck?s
lation changing our school sysf-m.
afd therefore, in all fairness, we
out-tit co have th. most to say abo it
it.
No Brain?!
N'ow a Turk I'laims to be the old
est man alive. But wha?'s the use
of being 1*4 years old if one Is also
:i Tnrk??New York Kveninir Sun
letstatian???!-?. ?-??!!? ? ? ? ?
And RKTT.-RN
War Tan 30 Cents Additional
$2.75 Philadelphia
And RETI-RN
Tax ?2 Cents Addit
$2.50 Chester
And RETU7AN
Tax 30 Cents Addlt
: $2.25 Wilmington
.And RErrURN
- War Tax 18 Cents Additional
? SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 28
: Baltimore & Ohio R. R. !
Special Train win leave
~ Wa-thinerti'H Union Statori 7:0.-, -
" a- ._- Returning leave Phila -
* rlHphia 7:30 p. m. ??ame day. -
" See ny?sp*. Consult ticket -
? agrenta.
WANTED
DIAMONDS, OLD GOLD AND
JEWELRY
We are ?-ready
in need of Dia
mond?, Old Gold
? and Jewelry in
our manufactur
ing departments,
and will appre
ciate it if yon
will let as have
your Diamonds,
Old Gold aad
'-' Jewelry to meet
this emergency.
??? Pay lllr.hr?! l-riees In tbe City
Chas. Schwartz & Soni
708 7th Street
atrasara?, 3123 ri street.
ROOF LEAK?
? ?.?.?... WATERTITE"
H-'nr Tra Vf?r? nt Smult G???*.,.
EXPERT ROOF CO.
2I4JC ? St. W. W.
PILOCURA
CURES PILES
the ?inly Internal Itemed;
*_, SOr and (1.00 the Box
S?>ld by ALL DRI-GGISTS
"r sent by mail ou rucx-ir-t <>' vein
Piiocnra Co., Wash., D. C
UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
Announces
Discontinuance of
Early Saturday Afternoon Train to
HARRISONBURG
via
SOUTHERN RAILROAD UNES
With laat train leaving Washington 2:50 P. M. Saturday,
?September ao. Train No. 7, operated during the summer months
on SATURDAYS ONLY, will be discontinued.
Begi->ning Saturday. September 27, Train No. ai, at present
operated daily, except Saturday and Sunday, between Washing
ton and Harrisonburg. will be operated daily, except Sunday,
tea-ring ' -'iahington at 3:55 P. M.
Consolidated City Ticket Office?
Thirteenth aad F Streets N. W
Press Club Begins .
( Social Season Tonight
The National Press Club will jn
augui-afte a soclel soasan tonight with
a ?ralaxy of liish-salarlid stars. Four
.Senators and a.i many member? ot
the House will come ho? k to th*
.fold its newspaper men who have
matte good in national affali f.
The formal nprnlnir pia/me?! for last
week was postponed out of respect
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
_l__
FORECAST FOB TODAY AND TOMORROW.
tu-vtr.i ' ..f roliiinlria aiwl Maiylwid-Fair.
Hliagliib ?_ul*r Kriiiaj-; M?I. fair; gentle
iH>H..w?*i.r to north wluds l*mt**a?nff variable
aturd?iy.
\ irini.i?? Fair, up ile to tiioderaie niiifting
win-l? Uft-miiiR itortJiw(*9t.
LoT.U. TKMPKRATI'RE.
??a?.???, SS; 2 a. m.. ?; 4 a. m.? 58; ? a. m .
V? ? ?. m.. '*, 10 t m.? ?; 12 ???. ??; S p.
m.. T?; 4 ??. m.,7?; ? i?, m-. II: ? p m., 71; M
I? 111 . NB H?g_*ftt, ?1 Ke-4-??, 54.
Relativi? hnmi<li*. s a n, M; 1 p. ra., S;
? p. m.. 4T.
Rainfall 1? p. io. to S p. ml. 0. Hour? of *>un
?ehJBe. 12.0 Per <**"**it ol i?Mble ?insliin--. ICtt
D_PA_T?7__e.
Actoilii?ted rx'*'?m <?f tt_tpri-?t*if(-i unce Jami
-r, 1. 1919. 4SI: trxcmmm Of t. n.\m r.iinr.* eint_
S?ntr*mh?*T 1. 1319, ? ?r'unnil.tti-tl ?je4.t*irocy of
pfvclpit^tion -fitit'.' .Un'in 1. ?'?r-. .72: rl?*^?-seni7v
r* irr*c1p4tat?<m ??_(??* Sep?eraU-r 1. mt, ?.,??.
T?*mpf>ea.t*i*-e s me <*?!-? 1;-_ y?*ar?H1tfi?_i. 78;
?'VW <"l
OTIlKaR TKM?-RATIRKS
Lowest
11 ._??.?-?? pgWtWm Man
t'a)??? infill -m. fall
k* ?ville, ? c. T4 -tir a
vi'..riti.? Oty. N. J... 74 ?4 70
FtinmaiTk, ? Dak. ?- U ?
.H'iUlo. ?. ?. ?4 ? 56 .?
t'iTta-?nntUi. Ohi?. 7S * 6u
< Ififl-Bd Ohio. _ ?H >
riVH.rer, C-alo. fi 44 71?
iN-tnMt^ Mirti. ut y h
?? Pa?. Tv.. 6* 52 rV 10
Helena. Mont. TS 44 7t
Ju-^-frtrw,11*?, (-la. tt "0 24
Uttfc Rf>***. Alt. T2 ? ffi ...
Han-iiettc, Mich. 4*" 42 ? .11
M_u_. Fli. . ?n li H)
New Ortemna. L_. W 70 t-?
Otnah?*?, X<*r. 70 ? tt ...
f1i?**H>ra. Arte. 9* ?
Portia?! Mr. - ?>? ? . an 04
Halt Ij?te rit*. G?;? e: r* *
Ht. Pin!, Minn.. ... ? U ?
Ban >*r_iri?*nr.. < V 5?? jg
Twnpa. KU. 8f 74 *?*
vk*?fbnrr. M?. :* r *?*?
Tip? ?????
(rtMnr-aled t???- united Statt? Cotwu .vw. ?;?,,,??,.
Sur??? t
Ttwto*-? ??t tide. 4-37 a. m -uid ?1*4? p m
h?h tide, IOC _ m. ?p? ?? ?, p m
tu ??? am. ?loox
Tbt_j--i*tttn i__. C-5R a m ; 11m m***. 7 pm.
Mcjoe naea. |_| _ m ? ^^?, 7:"? p m
\iit4?moNle lair.?* t? be lighted r?^haif ?,,>?G
?hut amevet.
for Ben Allen, "-?"..o met a tragic
.???ith while on tour with the Pres
ident. Owing to the chance of date,
several program revisione ware neces
sary. All speakers have promised to
soft-pedal political issues for the
evening, at least. Freedom of speech
will be exercised to the limit of dis
cretion.
In recasting the bill, the enter
tainment committee booked Senator
<i. H. Moses. w*.o stepped from the
editorial sanctum of the Concord
-evening 'Monitor to the Senate; Sen
ator New, Senator i^-thur C*apper
and Senator W. G. Harding, alt own
ers of newspapers and members of
the club.
First Female Stowaway
Aboard Lawton ?Air Liner
-1--a
When th? gfant LawRon air liner
left Boiling Field ye|terday, bound
for Dayton, Ohio, the first **Jump
??G* of tho coast-to-coast flight, it
carried with it the first female
stowaway in history
She was Miss Mabele Fish wick,
an employe of the War Department.
Shortly after the machine left terra
firma she dropped a note to the
spectators, r.sklng them to tele
-rraph her father in Cincinnati to
moot her at the landing field in
Dayton, Ohio.
Many spectators arrived at th
field early In the morning to wit
?MM the **t*ktng-off" of the levia
than of the air, among them being*
Miss Plshwick. and between her d?
| sir** to make thr flight and to see
her parents in Cineinnati. aba en
tered the fuselape and hid until the
powerful motors started to roar and
tho machine cleared the ground.
Because of the dangerous air cur
! rents, Alfred I aw son. owner and
navigator of the craft, decided to
take but few passengers, and only
eipht persons. includ.nR tho crow.
1 mad.? the trip.
Six Get Jail Sentences.
Inder pleas of ??guilty," Justin
Ashley M. f.ould- sitting in Criminnt
Court No. 1, yesterday, ?.dmin?:
(Vrod these sentences: Isaiab John
son, joy riding, sentenced to one
vear and six months In the peniten
i tiary; Alfred Brandon, housebreak
; ???, t^n' months in jail; Ralph li.
Rule, grand larceny, two years ani
; six monthi?; William Pleasant
houacbreaklftar. ten months In jail;
Dr Witt T. Russell. Joy ridine, two
years in the penitentiary; Moten
Jones, t:rand larceny, two years and
six months.
Snappy Hats
For Fall
The Kind Fifth Avenue's
Classy Dressers Favor
The Famous
John B. Stetson
Soft and Stiff?Newest Shapes and Shades,
$6 to $8
Our Own Well-Known Brands,
$0.50 $f00 $C.OO ma $g.00
V._J
Jas. Y. Davis' Son, Inc.
1201 Pa. Ave.
Opposite Raleigh Hotel Open Evenings
Meats with Quality.
Priced Cheaper Became Wholesale Cost Cheaper.
FRANK KIDWELL'S MARKETS
?5 STORES?
Beef, fresh hams, fresh shoulders, smoked shoulders, smoked
hams and corned shoulders are priced very low this week-end.
The qnality will suit you. Come, see the goods, then judge for
vourself. Remember, money's worth or money back holds here.
Round? Sirloin, Porterhouse OQA ?
Steak?, lb.??3C
Chuck Roast, lb.17c
Prime Rib. Clod, Boni.on, Top Rib Roast (all are extra
fancy), choice, lb.19c
Hamburg Steak, lb.18c
Beef Liver, Ib., 10c; 3 lbs. for.25c
Plate Beef, for pot roast or stewing, lb.10c
The quality of this beef will suit-you.
Leg of Lamb, lb.?.25c
Shoulder Lamb, lb.19c
Breast of Lamb, lb.15c
Loin and Rib Chops, lb.30c
Shoulder Chops, lb.23c
Roast Veal, 'b 18c to 23c Cutlets, Ib.. .35c
Veal Chops, lb . 23c and 25c Fancy Calf Liver, lb.35c
Smoked Hams, small and lean, quality fine, only, lb.32c
Smoked Shoulders, 4 to 6 lbs., strictly the best, lb.21c
Corned Shoulders, 4 to 6 !bs., strictly the best, lb.21c
Fresh Hams, home dressed, lb.... ..35c
Fresh Shoulders, home dressed, lb.30c
Sliced Ham, extra special; the quality could not be better, 38c
Pure Hog Lard, ib.31c | Compound, lb.27c
Brookfield Butter, known as the best, lb.62c
Fine Creamery Batter, Ib.58c
Wilson's Nut Oleo, 31c Ib. Don't pay more.
White Potatoes, the very best, peck.47c
Sweet Potatoes, a No. 1 grade, peck, 39c; quarter peck, 10c
3272 M STREET 1341 WISCONSIN AVE.
GEORGETOWN GEORGETOWN ^_
EASTERN MARKET
1920 NICHOLS AVE. i New Section (Meats Only)
ANACOSTLA 7TH AND C STS. N. E.
Northeast Market, 12th & HSts. N.E.
_
Transcontinental Air
Race Starts October 8
The Transcontinental race will be
started simultaneously from New
Tor and Ban Franclsoo on October 8.
It has been decided. Fifty machines
will (tart from each end.
One of the notable entries 1? Air
Commodore L. E. O. Oiarlton. Eng
lish air attache, and Miir.it Ueut.
P. E. Trail, of -the air attache's
onice. They intend to fly the Bristol
Fighter, one of the famous ftahtinj
types of f.ie En-rllsh air service.
This .v.iip wa? Imported especially
for this race, ?nd arrived Just In
time.
The entries from the different flelds
| ?re coratng In with mcreasincr fre
I fluency and the entire list will be
ready for publication In the Imme
diate future.
Planes Smash Recarti
For Air Mail Service
A reoord-breakins; flint was made
yesterday by the air mall from
Cleveland to New Tork. Pilot Knight
left Cleveland at 9:17 a. m.. and ar
rived at Bellefonte. Pa_ at 10:47
a. m.?one hour aad thirty minute?,
flying- at th? rate of 141 mile? per
hour. After thirteen min?tes chang
ing planes. Pilot Anglln left: Belle
fonte at 11 a. m. and arrived In
New Tork ?t 11:1t p. m.?one hour
and twenty minutes?at tbe rate of
145 miles per hour. The fall dis
tance from Cleveland to New Tork.
4J0 miles, was made la two hours
and fifty-nine minate?, actual flying
time. A full load of mail, about 155
pounds, was carried. De Eiavlland
planes, with Liberty motors, were
used.
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
COMING SUNDAY
FIRST NATIONAL EXHIBITORS PRE8EXT
MARY PICKFORD
In Her Second Production from Her Own Stadio
"THE HOODLUM"
77.J. SUCCESSOR TO "DADDY LOXGLEGS"
Unquestionably the Greatest Character Study
of Mary PickfortTs Career
A Picture with a Thousand Laughs
MOORE'S
11 A.M.-11 P.M.
GARDEN
THEATER
91. Bet. D a E
WpW COMING SUNDAY ~*?
FIRST y A TIOXAL'S 1S1TIAL SUPER
PRODUCTION
BACK TO GOD'S
COUNTRY
ADAPTED PROM "WAPI THE WALRUS
JAMES OLIVER CIRW00D
XUTK? Wtt?tt ?trenes tiriunlly phoUinriifihfd "Mitrili
of SS"
WILL SDRPRISE ALL WASHINGTON
MOORE'S
11A.M. 11P.M.
STRAND
THEATER
9th it D
HT COMING SUNDAY -m?i
l'ARAMOUXT-ARTCRAFT PRESESI
MAURICE TOURNEURS
MASSIVE SPECIAL
"THE LIFE LINE"
Founded <m Gen. R. Sim?' Faruoui Melodrama
of the Sea. "ROMAXY RYE."
DRAMATIC--SPECTACDLAR-THRILLING
I
FLY!
FLY!
Over Washington in An
Army Aeroplane
An unusual opportunity
to obtain a bird's-eye view
of the National Capital.
Only $15 for Entire
Flight
E. Hamilton Lee,
Pilot
National Capital Horse
Show Grounds, South End
of Highway Bridge.
40-SUI,.: MOIIM.li.IIT TRIP
On the Roautllul I'm .:i_.
CHARLES MACALESTER
I.????-? 7th ??treet Wharf at
G P. M. FRIDAY
E??reileiit Ih: .u. Room eetrn-e-Miau
5Dr-ROIND Tillr-j?r
KOR MOINT VKRNON
Dail> ?>r_j at m.-uo ?. II. ?ad ?Ja P. M
Tiinl.lil. "-i-O.
Mat. Saturday
POLIS
Shubert Attractlona
K. Bay ('?mMork and Morria >.<??*.?
Preaeat th*?
DOLLY SISTERS
"OH, LOOK"
rhe Chic. Beaatr Show of Aaierlre.
...... EhI ???.?a T-??v
A. H. WOODS Preseat?
A Nr? Faree la 3 Aet?. F.atltle
"THE GIRL IN
THE LIMOUSINE"
A Mue- Potion, with More Than
S.73 Prr Crat ?pi? r.
I ' St, ?t Tth
"?Tank. Jim
G SHUBERT y
ARRIcR
Tonisht. ?.TV Ma-, naaanaar.
CINDERELLA MAN
Las* week of the (iuTirk l^a-rets* mm
mer ??. Meat bcmutiful play ever writ
Utu
O-nunr-ncine Net Son. -Seat* Now.
Ope-aififf of Re-en lar Seaa*-a
LEB and J. J. sill BERT tMTer
39 EAST
With
HENRY HULL
CONSTANCE BINNEY
md N. Y. l'a*
Direct from 28 week? in IS*. Y. city.
?
ATION AL ^;?
I>a.id BeUaco Prasenta
INA CLAIRE
in "THE G0?.0 DIGGERS'
? New Cesnedj hy Arcr? Ifopwood.
????????? SVNDAY ? Seat? SelUac
IIAKR.M'H A KRIMI.?.??
>>>? Mnaieal Cnmril.?
?"The Little Whopper'
RAPID PIRE COMK.D}"; KNTBANCIXij
j ill .Ml'; l.M!,|-A_BU OAST.
SH?BERT-BELASCO '-.?-?.?. ?._?.
Dirertion.Mr?.. Sliubert I Oaly Mat. Sat.
A. H. WOODS 1'rr.enl.
Too Many Husbands
Bent Acted ("omrtly o? the Year.?Poet.
By W <(>MKll.-KT MA! liHAM
Commencing Sunday?Scats Now
JOZ wtbt'i pi.ca*xTs
*?!? GLAOOCST OAYCJT OlOLlCST
MUSICAL TAtJCC Of Twt YCAQ
THE LITTLE
BLUE DEVIL
WITH
BERNARD LILLIAN
GRANVILLE LORRAINE
A GREAT SUPPOriTirjG CAST AND
A Btt/lTCHING ?CAU'V CMOI.US
A Cocktail mt M ?.re, Faa aa? Girl?!
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS
-F Str**t et tSth
PALACEi-?
LAST TWO DAYS
"THE EGG^XATE WALLOT
*?_?__?"?
CHARLES RAY
WIT"
Bt??*rnnrrNG SUKDAY
???? TUT IA LUI
taf tul??
-? Street at 12th.
COLUMBIA
TODAY AJ?D TOMORRO**
1 W tBRrtl
KERRIGAN
?a wmTB wtAJpa
rraatrnttna Sunday
-SESSUE HATAKAWA
? a fRK nautiioa p*
TODAY'S BEST ?????????
IX WASHlsTGTOW. VOI
__ eUIMLL'S ??.?ttat? _.
Metropolitan
LAJ?T TWO DAT*
TOM MOORE
?Vital ->aw>s*J ("alMera a.* ?.?ar C*at ia
K. t . C-aVltTO??
LORD and LADY ALGY
?JR. IMI MRS. i IBT1H DR HAVKK 1 ?.
- H O "TRY"? 4M? ?i 1 ?j tr?
limare. ?"?? Prtata Dasaa*
. BEt?l"?,?.!???. ??G7?)??
GERALDINE FARRAR
1% ??? ??-ERl^tTa-rf-Rr-"??; ?FTSJ-lATrO?. OF ????
DBCADK
THE WORLD AND ITS WOMAN
f_r Ca__"S ?0??? at __U Im Hata
Knickerbocker
? ? ?? DAT
MARY PICKFORD in -DADDY LONGLEGS'
I OBSedT-?S? SBSBMMI7-^1.1
?? a. ?a.-u p. **-? ?** ?? ??
LAST 2 DAYS-???
f?rrattarl AU-Star Coti t?
fiV UutUny of tfie Srreai
Support**"
ANITA
?Hrrttism Msrgmsm ???a?
(A Firft Salumai Attraction/
Extras
" The
il
? STEWART
U ?n L<r?i?t Promet*
HER KINGDOM
? OF DREAMS
j,
ft MOORE'S Ik
OtranD
. M.-ll P. M. ?4* ?? O.
t'ivrt/ Scene g ThriH
tOIEIT
WARWICK
in Marali Ellin Byan's
? TOLD
IN THE HILLS
.Parti r>v>ur"f-.4rta-eft
?Super Pintttrr
LAST 2 DAYS-**H
Extras
fa
I"'.
*
L Onerture
? MOORE'S y
IuardeR
L,
Ora*
ARDE
11 ?. ti.-1 ? P. M.
?th Bet. D a_ K
SEE IT-YOU'LL ?'????
FORGET IT!
LAST 2 DAYS-tW
George L?ame Tucker'*
THE
I MIRACLE
?
Siitcl EtgigMMts--6?t Here
Paramount? 3fi,hti..*t
Svper-Specal
I
i
I
?
ME!
-IN
SUNNYSIDE
.1 F'rs4 V'l.'.'inii, 1 "r-i-Vifsti
MY LATEST
AND
FUNNIEST
What Metre Need Be
Stud?
Where? At the
LEADER
Ninth St. Bet. E A F
LAST 2 DAYS
B.F.KEITH'Si';?
NMS mJL .;,_-.H? _??
_ Gloom Ch.ter.'- Time,
EDDIE FOY
And the YovnffM- ?-*?-*? T*h?> M*?i^-*f__Mf?
in "O? the 'lol? Unk?*' Kor IV.
?mkm," w.?. The*?. Pura) R*rr T?
Juh* K.4i* <?h-?***
CAYETY ??
Itati R. Cssprr 1?? ?? -a?*
THE SIGHTSEERS
-watt "a "minute?
DANCING
?
LYCEUM ?,??
BURLESQUE
-? "F1_NCH FROLICS'
SMOKING PERMUTED
MODKRN Q-A-N-CJ-N-C TAUOHT
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