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tate Was*, ??.re?Ofrlelal Weather
Kapert, ratei sHahtly iia-rasi?.
Volume
and Value
?o hand in hand?it's the big
v?ame of business that makes
\it big hat value possible.
Selling Hundreds of
YOUNG FELLERS'
Fall Hats
$3
.90
? Silk Finish?Silk Ltned
Money's Worth or Money Back
De J. Kaufman
Int.
100547 Pa. Ave.
616 17th St.
Whisky?Beer?Wine
vcanptete formula* and inettuctlons for making
?t tac?te rye whisky, real beers, and choice ?ri?e*.
ineltsdiog ?saking and nperatii-g borne ftilL Pre
I-wurad by men formerly tn aeewtng and diatUHng
ttttsoeaa. Real good? no ?wb-stitutei; portoffice
rule* fot-nralaa may be laarfulry gent tnrmigh
mails. Sent on receipt of ?? ??check, rnooty or
der, cash or stamp* Act qaick. Bill in Con
areas to renhifcit sale of liquor Metres.
BALTinnRK FORMILA COWPAJCT.
Dept. 4. HAI.TIMORE. MO.
ANOV?R
OsJtM. ? mats -_
fautAX.atj.vni
?thin-Arc*
I e.tr.lly
I.e.le?, a?.
?? 4a?? ?ad
?ewlv ?as??
Bjsssavsa.
Dollar ? Di,
al ??. auto
with bath.
Table ??.t.
Hl?.er. aa?,
?nab Breakfsst, M? ??? a?.
H aale wllh l...rh. Dt.aer aa?
Sa?????,
?arri?? ?t Wire Year R?-er??tf.a.
One Treatment
with Cut?cura
Clears Dandruff
AS S.BBBBJBJJJ Se.. S ?? ??, ? I BAB). Til p??
Semite .r-h fretti ???????? B-rt S. ? I "
MILLIONS
Suffer from
Acid-Stomach
Minions of people staffer year slier year
from ailments aflecting prscticslJy erery
Rsrt of the body.never 1 reaming that their
I hcaith csn be traced directly to add-atom
aeh. Here is the reason: poor digestion
meane poor nourishment ol the different
oriTaD* and thuei of the body. The blood is
impoverished?be^x-roe? wesk, thtn.elugrleb.
Ailments of many kinds spring from auch
cnnditioof-. Biliousness, rheumatism, lum
bago, ateistica, renerai weakness, los? of
power and ener-gy, headache. Insomnia.
nervousness, mental depression ? eren mors
serious ailmentssucb ss catarrh taci cancer
of the stomach, intestins) ulcers, cirrhosis
nf the liver, heart trouble?sii of these can
often be traced directly to acid stomach.
Keep s sharp lookout for tbe first symptoms
of acid-stomach?indirection, heartburn,
belcbinr, food repeating, tbat awful painful
bloat after eating, sod soar, rase? stomach.
KATONIC. the wonderful modern remedy lor
_.cid-stomsrh. ts cnaranteed to brtor quick
relief lromtheseetomtehra.ee lies. Thouasnda
say they never dreamed that anything could
brina; auch speedy relief-sad make them feel
so much better in every way. Try EATONIC
aad you. too, will be just as eoihut.ss.Jc la
ila praise. Make y-ar life worth living?no
aches or pains ?do bjuea or raelsocholy?no
more of that tired. llsUesa feeling;. Be well
sud strong Get back yoar physical and men
ta) punch: your vim, vigor sod vltsirty. Toa
will a-rwars be weak and ailing aa loor aa yon
bare acid stomach. So ret rid of It asw.
Take EATON 1C Tablett-they taste good
you eat them like a bit of candy. Yourdrur
gist has ?ATONIC-? centa for s bir box.
(Jet a box from bim today and If you ara ao?
-sssdaaed be will re food your rttoaey.
E
ATONIC
( fut TOC* ?lOLrSttaaatyLZm
Poison Oak
So bad Is Uits demon ef tor
ture that perhap? rou are
contemplatili?: ?eelnjr a doc
tor to ret relief. Why hav?
you refused to use Tyr??'?
Antiseptic Powder for the??
tormentine cases of Prickly
Heat, Poison Oak and Moi
3ulto Bite?? Tbe person who
oes not us? Tyree'? Antisep
tic Powder freely In tba??
case, deserve? to be torment
ed, because the effect of Ty
ree'? Antiseptic Powder la
the?? Irritatine cases la al
most raarveloua Oa? or two
tablespoon? full dl??olved In
? basin of water will relieve
you whil? you ara applying
It. Whan used In the ?am?
dilution? Ita application la
vary pl.a.ant and aoncau
teriilnf.
For thirty year? Tyraa'a
Antlsapttc Powder ha? been
the accepted ?tandard for per
sonal hrriene. In ?p??11. me
dium aad larse sue??far
aala by all druf and depart
ment ?tore?.
Remember the name?
TTREETS?accept ao etser
RESORTS.
AT-LAHT1C CIXrT
Hotel Bothwell
Virginia Ave., secas-j boose fresa sSswjrdwatk
aad artest Parr. Brasy tppotatatent
ONE DIES, TWO
MEN INJURED
-?
Army Auto Truck Over
turns Wirtin Weight Is
Shifted.
_.
Oa? man was kill?? aad two seri
ously injured yesterday at 3:15 p. m.
when an army truck, driven by Wil
liam Waahlnston, M7 Third street
southwest, and loaded wsHh a lath?.
welshing; ?,??? pound?, turned over at
th? corner or New Tork aad New Jer
sey avenu? northweat.
Joseph Barton, colored, S Pierce
court aouthw??*. wa? Instanti/ killed.
the lathe falline directly on him. His
body was removed to the morirne.
The truck was en route to the
Washington barrack?, and In turning
th? corner, forced the weight of the
lathe to on? ?Ide. causing the auto
mobil? to tuns over. '
Two other negroes. Dewey Buch
anan, ? If street southwest, and
Marion Mason. 530 Third street south
west, wer? sent to Casualty Hospltol.
each with a fractured lee
All of th? men were helpers on th?
truck.
Washington, the driver. Is held at
the Second precinct station house to
await tha decision of the coroner's
Jury at the Inquest over Barton'? body
at the morgue today.
Here's Meanest Thief,
Steals From Soldier
Containing articles of little value
to anyone other than the owner, a
soldier's musette bac, belonging to
James C. Iaongstrect, a discharged
soldier, was stolen from the baa-gage
room of the Union Station, despite
the watchfulness of the Red Cross
Canteen Corps.
l^nirstreet was ??.?:???>t through
Washington en route to his home at
Port Townsend. Wash? and left his
baggage in the care of the Red Cross
Canteen. The bag which was stolen
contains documents of high value
to him. and he hss offered a reward
for an/ Information that may lead
to their recovery
Need $3,500,000 ta Enforce Law.
Three and one-half million dollars
Is the maximum whleh the Internal
Revenue Bureau can spend enforcing
prohibition in Its first year, ?ceord
lnif to Commissioner Daniel Roper.
This estimate does not Include prob
able expenses of the Department of
Justice In prca*ecutln?? suits for vio
lations which are unearthed by the
Internal Revenue Department Roper
now has completed plans for airtight
enforcement of the law.
Child Strack by Anto.
Christina Kurse, aged S. 1?TS Co
lumbia road northwest, received a
fractured lea last night, when she
was struck by sn automobile driven
by R. D. Shreve. li"74 Kenyon street
northwest. In an alley adjoining 41S
Columbia road northwest. The
child was sent to Garfleld Hospital.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
wnm*.
Benry 8. Blr. "3. and Oirrlrode Basa SX both
of thi? city. The Be?. P. J. O'OboeH.
Franela S. Gettle, ?. and Bel?n M. F-Jrehild.
S. both of thi? city. Tb? Ber. Cleri. O.
Chappen.
William Iae-?? Rrsss-is. ST, of GaBatin, Ma,
?nd Jolt? Hard larnbkey. A, of thia rit? Tb?
Be?. Charle? T. W?mer.
Charlea ? Campbell. M. of MlTs-ll?. Moot.
?nd Ma* Behner. A. ot tba? city. The Bar.
T. F. Dart?
Peter Ctwm Cilsson. B. and Mabel Lee ????.
?. both of thb city The Re?. W. J. Pynan.
Th-ma? Franci? Heath, A. at thi? city, ?ad
Mary Louise McVeigh. XT, of Charlottewili?.
V? The Rev. Samoel H- Green?
Erne? W. HUe*. O. and Lillian G. T*w?t?r?.
SS. both of thi? city. Tbe Bar?. J. E. Brlaa?.
Richard Karle Lelanrt, E, of Richmnod. and
Cardie Garnst. 13. ol Bristol. Ten?. Tb? Re?
John E. Rngre
Max rUltsmonisrshn. it. and Victor!? I?rrpheim
er, ?. both of this city. The Bee. Lami? Stern
whiting ? Llrhtfoot, 22. of ArUisrtoa, V? .
and nrlen J. Rockwell. 22. of Walton, ? X.
The Re?. R. H. Greene.
Jamea Thunnu Ianttretl. 22, and Mary Ane?
H ?t t. 31, both of Warretrtoa, Va. The Ree.
John H. Jeffrie?
Earl (?'?in Nseh. 22, and ?ranee? Alloro
Dodge. If., both ?a? thi? city. Tb? Rer Georg.
W. ?.Uinwfi. Jr.
Creine Errai l?lrertmi. 23. and Grace Stanley
Blaufhter. XI. both at Goldiboro. N. C. Tb?
Res-, J?n.-. H. Taylr*
Francie C. Schneider. 25. of Morranfleld. Ky..
and Melt W. Hot??, at. of Hooker. Oil?. Th.
Rer. J. R. Poti
?COLORID.
Lancee Triolett. ?. ?nd Matti* P?hner. A.
both of thi? dty The Be?. Thomee T. Taylor.
Fmlerick Henry Bross-n, B. and Gladdla
Annie Harrey. IS. both of thia dty, Tb? Rw?
C. M. Tanner.
Thnma? Gill. 21. and Cornelia Lavrmtray. A.
both of thto dty. The Be?. Joba Proctor.
Algie G. Harri?. ?. ?nd P-rena Andel ?un, JO.
both of thi? dty. The Be?. W. A. Jones
Marcii? T. Wynn. ?, of Itaer?, Tm., and
Emma Bettle McDaaie. 22. of Buffalo. Tax.
The Re?. AquiUa Sarles.
Jus? Carrel TVsm revsn. J*. ?aad Amanda.
Bowena. ?, both of thi? dty. The Bat?. D.
Wlaetnan.
Alison Dona-aav 33. ?nd Emley Fltatagh. a.
both of thi? dty. Tb? Bar?. W. H. PoweD.
WiUlar? H. Nntt, 25. and Ellen Pergnaoa, ?.
both of thi? dty. Th? Re?. MUlird L.
Breeding.
Samuel Betas. 47, ?ad Lioett? S. Rlersardasa,
34. both of th? dty. Th? Ba?. M. W. CWr.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
FORECAST FOB TODAT AMD TOMORROW
IHatnct of ?solombia: Fair. ?lithUy warmer
today; Wednesday fair, cooler; gentle mtSMg
winds becomiog north???*,
LOCAL? -(TM PER AT?RE.
Midnight. SB: 1 a. a... SI; 4 a. m.. U; ? a. ra..
?: ? a- a?.. 50: ? ?. m.. Mr 12 dooo. ?4:1?.
m_. 4?; 4 p. jn , 15; I ? m? ?; I p. m. C to
p. m.. A. Ttttbcat. IS; lo.ea??. ?
ReUtlee hojnidity-? a ra? lfS; t a a., 8:
9 p. m., IS; ra!nf?n (8 p. m. to 8 p. m.). ?;
hoar? of ?unahine. 8 2; per rent of posait?!? am
shine. ?S
DEPABTTTBES.
Aocnsanlsted exc?s? of temperature ?ino? Jan
uary 1. ISIS. -??; tacca, ot temperature ?ine?
Septeanber 1, ITS. +41; accumulated a*aT?w?w**?t
of pradpttatloB ?inca Junuy 1, ito, ?o.4T; de
aeleacy of peedplutlon ?ine? September 1. ISIS,
?I.TS.
Temperature ?am? date last ye?r-Hi?*????, IS:
losrest, 46.
OTHia TEMPERATURES.
aVsaasl
Highest prerlou? Batav
teday. night. In.?, fell.
Atlanta. 0?. ????
Baltimore. Md.. T4 ft ?
**-****?. ????-. A St A
cbics??. ni. hau
t**?-w>??, Wy?. M ? A
D??ssnriort. low?.. ?4 ? ?9 I ?
TM Moirsra. Io??,. ?S M M S?
Dor?t?. Mina. ?S te ?i ??
G?l???toa. Tin. ? M ?
Indiaoapoo?. Ind. A A A
Kanm. CSty, M.. ?S M ? S.?
?f -V!*?***? f?. a a a an
"??a*"**???. Twan. ? t? a
Mobile. Ala.. M m A
gao Tesi. ?. ?. ? A A
Om?n?, Neta-. fa m J?
Pisten?, Ana.. a M A
?--*?aa?d. Me. ?S * M
Sait Iaak? City. Cteh.. SI H S sia
St. Iaooi?, Mo.. M S S M?
aa? MtMM t>. m *f?.. jj "P
*?!**??**?*. IB. *s a r?
"""S?**?. O***?. ? ? Il ?m
Wa*l?gto?. D. C.. ? ? . 0 ?
TIDE TABUES.
(Compiled by tb* United Bute? Co?? ?ad
(eroderle Surrey.)
-**ed?T-Low taSe. ?34 ..*7 ama IM mm.?
hbrh tiale, 1234 ?m and la, J J" -""*??
THE SCM ASTD att?g.
Tt?l??--*?w? rise?, fat ?.?j. ?j, (ja ^^
Moon risa, 12? p.m.; ?u, U>? o ?a
atMrnmrnt "*""** * *? **** *******
Asks Court to Force Wife
Deed Back Home to Him
Wilbur J. Heflin, in Petition, Charges That
Helpmate Promised to Convey It Back,
But Has Not Kept Faith.
Wilbur J. Heflln la a petition for , ment? to
Injunction tiled through Attera??, w.
A. Coomb? In th? Dl?triet Supreme
Court yesterday chargea that he
transferred title to hi? house at 1(11
Kilbourne Place northwest to hi?
wif? with th? distinct underatand
Ing- that ?he waa to convey It back
to him upon hi? request, and fur
ther declare? that hia wife. Ruby
Harden Heflin, now refUMa to keep
her promise and tr?n?fer title to the
hOUM.
He aver? that there Is little
chance of her dolnrr ?o unie?? th?
court Intervene? ?? for th? past year
and a half they have been ?epa r?ted.
He ask? that the court issue a rule
to show cause why hi? wife should
not be enjoined from selling the
property. In hi? bill Heflin states
that hia wlfa haa > mad? arrange?
-
mil th? property, which, he
?tat??, 1? valued at 11,000.
Attache?! to afr. Heflin'? bill arc
several letter? alleged to have been
written him by hi? wife. "Ruby."
In on? ef them Mr*. Heflin. ac
cordine to the attached Utter.
voice? her sentiment on the sub
ject:
"Pleaae do not arcua thi? subject
with me any more over the tele
phone or at the office as I have not
the time to talk about it."
In another letter alleged to have
been written by Mr?. Hefllh and at
(ached to hi? petition ahe say?:
"I can make no engagement with
you and you mint not come out to
camp. I ?hall not talk with you or
?ee you If you come and If you take
a tip from me you will be better
off by not com ina."
BACK HOME NEY'S
Like a Letter from the Folks?Watch for
Your State News in The Herald.
INDIANA.
Greenfield.?George J. Richman
resigns as county ?uperintendent of
school? to become po?tm??ter.
Crawfurd?vill?.?Prof. Rollo ?
Brown, of Wabaah College, named
on board of three by American So
ciety of Fellowahlps to select an
nually ten college graduate? to
study in France.
Elwood.?John H. Snyder, chief of
fire department. Is near death as
result of injurie? received In fight
ing fire at Grand Theater.
Tipton.?Body of Jame? Foi found
hanging to rafter In hay loft of hi?
barn.
Huntington. ? Northern Indiana
Editorial Association hear? F. H.
Bovver?, of thi? city, ?peak at ban
quet.
Indianapolis.?Red Croaa canteen?
here which have served thousand?
of soldier? went out of existence
Saturday.
DELAWARE.
Lewes.?A warrant has been is
sued for the arrest of William I.
Jones, accused of deserting his wife
and small child.
Georgetown.?Frank Bryant, the
accused burglar who escaped from
the county Jail, has baffled a hard
search made by Sheriff Johnson.
Bridgevllle.?Work was started
Saturday on the building of the
county cement road between George*
town and Bridgevllle.
Lebanon.?Harry Hopkins fell
from the roof of a house where he
waa assisting a neighbor in shing
ling, sustaining broken bonea In the
feet end Injuring hi? ?pine.
Wilmington.?Police were busy
yesterday waging war against drug
user?. One woman waa caught and
other arrest? are expected.
Mllford.?The State road from Mil
ford to Millwood 1* being coated
with ?tone and otherwise Improved.
When finished It will be part of the
State highway.
MICHIGAN.
Grand Rapid?.?Tofi Leon, John Mer
hige, and Ally Hamden given life
term* for bank robbery and murder
committed here last week.
Bsy City.?All employes of Industrial
works, except molder?. locked out last
week by employers, back at work.
Farming-ton. ? Automobile thieves
loot store of Cook Mercantile Com
pany of 11.500 in goods, bringing total
loss by robbery In month to 150.000.
Iron Mountain.?James G. Benson,
of Ontonogan, decapitated while turn
Ing a ?witch.
Houaton.?They lost the keys to the
city Jail last week, but the thieves
didn't know It All's well.
Bay City.?Herbert Payton, convict
ed under Lewis law with having liquor
In hi? possession, appeals case to up
per courts._ _
16799
DIED
te New York City alone from kid
ney trou ble laat year. Don't allow
youraelf to become a victim
by neglecting pains and aches.
Guard against trouble by taking
COLD MEDAL
Th? world '? standard tameAj let Hdn.y,
U?.r, bladd.r and ark acid troubles.
Holland'? nattoaal r-rtnedy trine? 16.6.
All dfunssta, three sisme. Gu?r?nt-wd.
1?? tar the aas?. Gaia Ma?al am mtttt
B&i??eonl
Uni a, W? 1-alr ; Lradrar*.
?s Pair; Nr-ltn WhoU
Sola?, tec Pair; Itatatt.
P.OO aad ILS G?a-1
AU aba. rtr-lrln? t-o?
for bra?? work. Sao,
bru. h e a, shoe laces,
brown er black leather
iyta; ?bs? ooUaba?; ntaU at ?rs-wbril?...
The Capital Shoe Finii.?. c?.
Of F st. nw.. Pbon. Main ??? Waab.. D. C
ROOF LEAK?
"?rJ,'"WATERTITE"
Far Test Te?r? at ????II C?rrt.
EXPERT ROOF CO.
214K ? at, n. w.
_DAJvCWG._,
MODERN D-?-N-C-I-N-G TAUGHT
rva> Cala. Aawiiss. I. D-acta? _.
?at. aad au?. H. L Matt eaa ??-eh re ?t um
RIGHT-WAT SCHOOL OF DAKCTHO
^_,_ UU samt* TORK am
_thOj_ gg?g fcsgg a????-? gat?*
cam Tmt. Prlvwla In???, say ?oar. IS grata
?VIARYLAND.
North East.?A thief entered the
home of Henry M. Person and stole
his granddaughter*? Bold watch.
Belatr.?By an explosion of gas
Profe??or H. P. Porter, a former
principal of Belalr High School, was
badly burned about the face and
arm? Saturday.
Leslie.?The aale of the camp
meeting ground? of the National Lo
cal Preachers' Association haa been
calle?! off, and plans are being made
to hold the camp next summer as
usual.
Rising Sun.?When the scaffold
broke while he was working on the
new bank building Saturday. Wil
liam C. Nlelda fell to the ground, his
head atriking the pavement, and
wa? ?severely Injured.
Aberdeen.?Robbers broke Into
the office of F. C. Vtele & Co., lum
ber merchants, and the department
?tor? of at. Herman, carrying off
about 1200 worth of goods.
Parryvllle. ? The annual reunion
of Snows' Battery and Company E.
Purnell Legion, will be held next
Saturday.
TENNESSEE.
Huntington?Because of the high
coat of living, Carroll County physi
cian? announce an Increase in ratea
Nashville?Lew Roberta, well known
aa a composer. Is dead.
Rlpley?More than HO.OOO haa been
raised by stock sajes for a new ?100,
000 hotel for this city.
Nawbem?Special election called to
elect Justice of the peace to succeed
Emerson Ray. who killed his father
in-law and took his own life.
IVhlteville-Rov. ?. M Hatbis close?
successful revival at Methodist
Church.
Memphis ? Delegation of eighteen
Congressman and high army officers
Inspecting Park Field aviation achool
near Millington.
KANSAS.
Lawrence.?A. A. Hick?, vice pres
ident local Chamber of Commerce,
killed by train.
Potwin.?Three hundred attend
reunion of old aettlera and pioneers.
Hutchison. ? Morris Bplcer ac
quitted of complicity tn robbery of
Buhler Bank of $50.000 of govern
ment bonds.
Pittsburg.?Nate Evans of Weir
confesse? he murdered Jame? H.
Holt because he had won affection?
of Mrs. India Belleman from him.
Concordia?Motor thieve? ?aerat
ing nightly ln Northern Kansas get
$10.000 loot In two weeks: carried
off safe containing $2,t00 bonds
from Courtland drug store last
night
Holten.?Guthbert and Son, To
peka. awarded contract for build
ing new courthouse here to cost
?111.000.
Manhattan.?H. P. Wareham In
stalls new $15.000 pipe organ ln
Wareham Theater.
MONDAY "BLUE"
FOR THIS CREW
200 In Court -Keep Judge Busy oa
First Day Back From
Vacation.
Thor? wer? fully two haadrhd d?
Jected, gloomy celebrant? of "Elsie
Monday" ln the Police Court yester
day. There wer? 217 collateral casos
end th? cages in rear of the couit?
were Blled to overflowing.
''If? the biggest day we hav? had
In ?long time," Clerk Campbell How
ard declared.
In the District branch, Judge Rob?.?
Hsrdiacin. who haa lust returned ir >?n
his vacation, passed Judgment upon a
battalion of Inebriates.
Bay rum and denatured ?Icahol
were responsible for many case?, and
th? addicts were blear-eyed and
shaky. When one of the prisoners
said he waa without funds, his honor
?aid: "A fellow who seta out to get
drunk should take enough money
with him to pay hi? fine."
Frank Brown, presented the perfect
picture of a hutnan derelict when he
was called from the dock. He waa
charged with being drung and a va
grant. Polle? . found him asleep In
Mount Vernon Square. He waa ?en
tenced to ISO days In Jail.
Henderson Briggs and Walter Roy
ston were fighting drunk after Indu g
Ing ln "bootleg," and were engaged
In a tug-of-war in West Washington.
They were fined IS each.
Officers Retarsi to Camp.
With officers ranking from lieu
tenant colonel to lieutenant ln the
drivers' seats, and a student officer
In command, the convoy of the
Motor Transport Corps school re
turned to Camp Holabird yesterday
from Gettysburg, whore It had been
In camp ?Ince Saturday._
WANTED
DIAMONDS, OLD GOLD AND
JEWELRY
We sre -?ready
in need of Dis
cnond?. OM ?Gold
snd Jewelry in
oar msnufsctur
in** departments,
snd ?? sppre
ciste it if you
?HO let as hsve
your Diamonds.
Old Gol?! and
Jewelry to meet
this emergency.
We Pay Highest Prices In the ?City
Chas.Schwartz&Son
708 7th Street
Branch. 3123 M Street.
AMUSEMENTS.
40c te -$4.75
Crown Caps A?U
Par (?????.'. *w'
SMALL'S
711 Tth St_ N. W. Main ?I?1
Phone NORTH
88
Auto and Taxi Service
TOURING A SPECIALTY
Five and Scven-Pastenger Cars
$2. $2.50. $3 and $4 Per Hour
SUPER-SIX TIRE
5,000 MILES GUARANTEED
?ajjjSf?
$14
?C Another imports ot
sddilic-n to our pe?T
)em Tirs sod Tubs
sto**. Cid.rif Ihm
,<Ur| al-?is
CHAS. E. MILLER, he.
B13 14th St. 4 D?.r? N.rtk mt H ?t.
vliilk.
E-Z-E-FJ-T
PUTE
Gaai-aatc-ed
M yr.. ?si te
allp er drap.
Original Cost, $20.00
Now $10.00 at
COLUMBIA DENTIST, Inc.
COR ???p??? * D BT*. ITW.
Kalranrr ?ame a? Straad Theater
??fj*
LOANS
HOINIRe
E issicniis, '-Valeres, ?fcwelry
South ?-ad af .?.bwiy Bridf?
Bu.l-.-a? TTaa.ae.ew KselaalveJy
?-.re.
T?k? emtm a*. 12th ?ireet aad
Peaa.ylvaaf*. iveaa. 1er Matfc
?me mt ilia.?? I ?rid??. Fare a.
?a?a ?vas*.
AMUSEMENTS.
\\ MO?MT
I VERH?N
I. CHARLES MACA-ESTER I
lily Only it 11 S.M.-HNl 241 P.M. j
LOEW AHMCTiONS
.F Street at ?3th.
PALACE
LOFW-? MM AM I SI ? W THEATER
<J??tla?o?? 10i30 a. an,?11 p.
TODAY AND ALL WEEK
DOROTHY DALTON
Uf 'THE MARKET OF SOULS"
PALAC***, STMPHOP?T ORCHESTRA
Overture?"F.ebee. at the *-e<r.p.ln ,n"
Neatl Sunday?Wallaee It e Id
-F Street at 12th.
THE ?TV II
? COLUMBIA
< onll.a.o. 10-30 a. ?a.?11 ?s. ra.
TODAY AND TOMORROW
SESSUE HAYAKAWA
I ?if ?THE DRAGON PAINTER"
THURSDAY?JtSE CAPRICE '
Why
Don't
You
Have
Your
Teeth
Fixed
There Are No Better Dentists
Than nose Connected With Ut.
Prie?? Reasonable? Terms Arranged?-14-Hour Service, with so-Year Guarantee.
COLUMBIA DENTIST
Cerier 9th aad ? Its. H. W. Entrrwce Same as Strand Theaier
AMUSEMENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
// A. M.?ALL WEEK?il P. M.
First Xational Exhibitor-1 Present
MARY
PICKFORD
Uf TBE 0BEATE8T CHARACTER BOLE
OF BEB CABEEB
The Hoodlum
?Su?-?-esst>r to "Daddy Long Legs"
PICTURE OF 1,000 LAUGHS
??-FRT-riU?
? Mill?? SOLO
ADDED
????1G?????
-GARDEN ~
Dai.E '**??? ?w**me m s\swTs??T*Bl'?M tmtl
11 A. M.?ALL WEEK?11 P. M.
Fivst Salumai? Initial Super-Production
BACK TO
GOD'S COUNTRY
ADAPTED FROM THE STOBT OF
"WAPI THE WALBVS," BT
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
Featuring the Brilliant and Daring
NELL SHIPMAN
Never a Picture Like This!
OVERTrRE SHORT ST-"*s*Tr"*-"T?
11 A. M.?ALL WEEK?11 P, M.
LOOK-FIRST TIME AT THESE PRICES
-INCl.rDINC. WAR TAX
11 A. M. t? ? P. W.?AM. SEAT? =l>r
? TO 11 P. 1. ? ALL SEATS 30?
?oorej STRAND :AiLD
Wm? fcg^^^jjhfcfghgj temane,
(?ftrse lrm>?m* Tarkrr'?? G?t**?t-*-*t Arkli-i rnret
THE
IRACLE
MAN
PARAMOrNT-ARTCRAFT Srl"T.n-rRonrCTln*r
s|?l'HiiM ?ut? III -1 It ? SCORE. ISC AL EXTRAS
TODAY'S BEST ATTRACTIONS!
IN WASHINGTON'S FOREMOST THEATERS
- _ CRAI HALLS F ST. AT TEITI ..
Metropolitan
ALL THIS WEEK
GERALDINE FARRAR
With LOC TELLEGEN and Star Caat la ?he
WORLDANDITSWOMAN
SYMI'HOXIC PRELIBI
? # C?I"DaU'$ tlfMHStl til Clliatll Km B?*|
Knickerbocker
TOD * V?WEONESD A Y
GEO. WALSH i> th? "WINNING STROKE"
sj?|iheay?X????K?lr
TonlRht ?-.?. Mat?. Thurs. & Sat.
A CotaedT Th?? ??""! War
Yeur Hear?.
(o
39 EAST
with henry iiri.L aaa
CONSTANCE BINNEY.
30 Wfcks in New York City.
?>
Week Com. Next Mon.?Seat? Now
WALKER- ifl
HITESIDE in
RORERT LOrlS STEVE!? SOUPS
Master of Ballantrae
TkuraSav. Oetasker 2, 5:13.
PIRST ? OM fut
WASHINGTON PHILHARMONIC
ORCHESTRA
HelBHeh Haaaaaer. C??dart?r.
i j-uit. j ?sp. r ? i..-..?
?. Ia? Jeur.rm* D'HrrruiV twain? Fan?
1 Them? an,i ? ?rations fr-v? s??-:-..: O-aar
tett? in A Major. L. V<sn IV?-*o..a.
I. ""ire Symphonic Val?? Uasiirvsr.
T*c??ta. boiaa SI (s arai? prr Vu ? F*-*t
7 ?es??, tig?; IwJ??-? |!?a Pin? ; rosss
i-atom?, ?".?, t??^,,^ j. <? ivi,,?? OT ?,,
at T. A. Smith'? in? <; st. aad at draa
?au a auucaeiDO? krr TVi-atir.
POLIS
T*?licht at 8t-W
Mat. Sat. Oaly
Shubert Attraction?
A. H. WOODS Presenta
THE GIRL IN
THE LIMOUSINE"
A Laugh Potion With More Than
?.T5 Per Cent Spie?
"Sare-FIre Seeee??*"??a.b. 1**M?
B.F.KEITH'S*?.
OAlLY???S?II.i?fHOL'YS,*,?*-;
Brea4we-r's Ilret Ar?*- Hrrr
HARRY
Wheaton & Carroll
NLLE. DIANE * .UN Kl KIM
Grare D-inbar Kile in "Petti
coat?."
M lie Phea. Swor Bro? Grar?
Nelson, l'hil Baker. Other?.
SEATS TODAT
S.I Mareta '?'?'
l*rr?e??
The Faataa? !.??<?? Drawalle
WENT WEEK
P. Ray C?a?a??rk
surre??.
THELUCKt?hfeNAVY
with Percy Ht*Tcmsoir aast
Tfce U?4.n ?Jare?'? Theater <-*?.
HIBEHT-IELASCO ITSJTm
DiMctkaa Mrjar?. Sbubert
Tb? 01?d ?ad tiir'.j Uiaacal Hit
The Little Blue Devil
?rita BERNARD GRA.NV1LLE
LILLIAN LORRAINE
Ita Gre?* Ca*t ?aal aw? ?? casons?
WILL PRIVE YOUR BLUES AWAY
Neri I NORA BAYES I *?*?*?
?ua. 1 la -L?*le? Plrrt" ( *???
?
ATIONALL?."?.,*.?*,
?????G? A FRIML'S
N?**** MutK.! PjMwssjf
"The Little
Steint ?uiard*?*?*'?r**Hld.-srs TtkT?*???.'
LYCEUM ?~??.?;
'?BROADWAYBELLBS'?
EXTRA--WORLO SERIES
Play ky Play am H.sirr l.lrnrl
Susttlfrss*.
Sh?sw an?; aal I ??a?, to? **? Adaiaisa
OAYETY ??
MAIDS OP AMERICA
The Bles??? Little < ???r?la? I
B?rlr?a)??e
BOBBY BARRY
??at Weefc,?Mtallle ?Alili????

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