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LOANS
HORNING
fomoMt, Watches, Jewelry
>oath End of Highway Bridge
Old
Point
Comfort
v Norfolk
Attractive
and Enjoyable
Week-End
Outings
A Restful
Water Trip
NHcra Steel I*aaaeacrr Slftnere |
I
! "Northland"
"Southland"
"Midland"
?
Dally from Sftfiilli M. Whf. S.W.
1^10 P.M.
CItj Tlrkfl Oilier. Wnodnurd
Bnlldlng. 731 1Mb St. \.\V.
Norfolk & Washington
Steamboat Co.
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MAINn 1062
PRINTING
RUSH WORK A SPECIALTY
SMALL AND LARGE JOBS
HAYWORTH
Composition and Trade Work
627-629 G Street Northwest
Little Overcrowding in Nine
Buildings of Settled
Quarter.
lack assembly halls
f *
Better Furnished Than
Many Units in the Newer
Parts of City.
Although all of the nine school
building's in the southwest section
of the city are well filled, there are
only a lew instances of overcrowd
in?. However, as these schools are
in a section of the city which, for
the most pe.rt. has reached its
growth so far as home-building is
concerned, there i? little likelihood
of a general increase in the school
population here.
Many of the building*, however.
lack those features of modern
grade school education considered so
essential In the present-day
Except the Jefferson School. the
headquarters of the division at s*xt"
and D streets southwest, all of th. se
schools lack assembly halls.
4 klldrea Learn Trades.
In this division is the Small wood
Bowen School, a feature in the local
schcol s> stem. Here the children
have. In their regular daily routine,
course* in manual training, print
ing. housekeeping, sewing, etc.
"he schools in the division are the
Jefferson-Amidon. Swallwood-Bow
en. Greenleaf. Fairbrother Bradley.
Van Nesi*. Grant. Tone r and Weight
man. Nearly all of these bu.ldlng
are of the eight-room type. The
Jefferson is a twenty-room
and vrlth the Amldon i? operated
as one unit under one principa^.
making twenty eight rooms in the
8CMost of the schools in this part
of the city. ? xcept as
?bo\ e. are better oft -than the
schools in the newer ^1?". of the
City. The furniture, generally
i-peaking. is in K?0<i ?ha?>c- and most
Tof it is of the adjustable t>pe.
Portable Prist **???
i There is only one portable In the
whole division and that is at th
! Smailwood-Bowen school. It'anot
: used as a class room for the basH
! studies, but is used as a print shop
foi the inatruetlon of the pupils In
thrt trade. However, this school
is up to its class room capac ty now.
and if there should be an Increase
during the year it may be necessary
to use the portable both as a cla. s
room and a print shop.
As in other sections of the rit>.
the sixth grades in this division are
unusually large this year running
above tifty pupils in many ease
i There are a little less than 4.000
Children attending these schols.
j divided into 101 classes.
Tomorrow ??' appear the em
elndlng article
. ....miiT mt the conditions anil
.??..*xh,
,es<luali?n?- _
President to Autograph 8
Tickets to Legion Circus
Eight tickets to the American
itxei"" 'ircu.-. autographed
; President, and Mrs. Wilson, will'he
auctioned of ?... the hiKh^/ bidder
I at Keiths Theater Sat-!.'?.? night
it was announced vest, rday b> Col.
\r. Tester ..ones, department com
I wander of the l,egion. who is
?rr
?- the successful bidders Saturday
! night, which Will be exchanged for
"irautographed pasteboards when
; presented at Col Jones head
quarters. S25 Fifteenth street north
1 west Thev will be -s"ld in pair.-.
! The first giudy-colotcd lit 10
craphed cirrus posters announcing
ithe event *er. posted "n
hiliboards yesterday n omine. There
itlil he 1 ? ?? ''trk^D 'ir'"
|thr (tingling and Barnum and Bailcj
! ?hows. row In winter quarters at
' Bridgeport. Conn.
I Ticket* arc n-w on fale in all
feeen"^^ o"" ^
' MeVroP?Htan Bank Blilld'ng. Huy
ters Fifteenth street- store, th
Kashion Shop. T Arthur 8m th s
and the news stands at the WillaM
an-! Washington hotels. Booths n
,.ther business places will be an
nouncrd later
I Mother Saves Him (bee;
i! Respite Adds to Jail Term
Robert Maxwell, who was released
I: from polivv custody by Jrdge Har
bison Janue.ry 20 on the plea of his
; mother that he was suffering from
{illness and required home care was
again a prisoner in the Police Court
1 yesterday charged with the fame
| offense, intoxication.
H* was sentenced to serve 30 da>*
1 at Occoquan and pay a fine of $.?<>
' with 20 additional days in default.
I Pershing and Ibantz G. W. Guests.
| (ion. John J. Pershing, ftenor
'' Vicente Blasco Ibanex. noted Spanish
novelist, and Franklin MacVcanh. for
mer Secretary of the Theasury, will
be the guests of honor at the midwin
ter convocation of George H ashing
ton University, to be held at SSW
o'clock Monday afternoon. February
3 in the auditorium of New Masonic
Temple. Thirteenth street and New
York avenue northwest.
ADAM A. WKSCHLER. Airtlowfi
GROCERIES
Sale of Stock of Case Goods From the Wholesale House of
N. H. Shea, Retiring From Business
WILL CONTINUE
BY PUBLIC AUCTION
AT WESCHLER'S
920 Pa. Ave. N. W.
TODAY
Ctmumtmg 10 A. M.
To be sold in qv?tities of one case or more
LEGION COMMANDERS
TO CONFER MONDAY
A conference of department com
mander* of the American L*ff1on
will be held at national headquarter?
February I to discuss legislation em
bodying the military policy of the
American Legion. The recommenda
tions of the Legion have already
been presented to the respective
committees of the Senate and House
of Representatives by the Miliary
Policy Committee and National
Legislative Committee of the Legion.
The purpose of the conference
will be to consider this bill and to
recommend any changes desired and
also to Inform the Legion through
the commanders of the provisions.
PINCHOT NOTE
ANSWER TODAY
Attorney General Palmer to
Defend Delay in Oil
Case Appeal.
i 1
Attorney General Palmer announced
yesterday he will issue a formai re
ply today to the charge contained in
letter to President Wilson from
Gifford Plnchot that Mr. Palmer
I failed to safeguard the public Inter
est in the Southern Pacific oil case.
' The Attorney General, according to
i Mr. Pinchot. who speaks on behalf of
the National Conservation Associa
tion. accepted an adverse decision
from a lower court wherein the
Southern Pacific retains title to 160.0U0
acres of oil lands.
Only four weeks remain in which
the Attorney General may appeal the
case to the United States Supreme
'.Court. The value of the territory in
{question is said to be more than
$500,000,000.
Mr. *Mjichot*s letter was received
at the White House yesterday and It
i Is understood it was brought to the
attention of the President by Joseph
P. Tumulty, his secretary. It is not
known whether the President has an- |
swered it at no comment was forth- J
coming from the White House*
NEAR MILLION SPENT
FOR NEW BUILDINGS
Nearly $1,000,000 was spent on the
erection of new homes and commer
cial houses in the District in Jan
uary. according to the report of
John Healy. inspector of buildings,
which has just been made public.
I Several hundred thousand dollars
was spent on repairs to dwellings j
and other buildings. The northwest I
section of the city reported a greater |
{expenditure in improvements than I
any other district.
One permit was issued for the
'erection of an apartment house to
'cost $400,000. In all $006.535 was
'spent in building in Washington last !
j month.
D. C. Nurses and Dentists
May Take Examinations
I
' Civil Service examinations for the j
'positions of school nurse, dental
operator and dental inspector in the
jDistrict will be held February 1!* at |
iS::i0 p. m. at the Food Administra- j
'tion Building. Kighteenth and D!
?streets northwest. The position of
school nurse carries a salary of
$1,200 plus the $240 bonus: that of j
dental operator. $700 plus the bonus, j
and that of dental inspector $500 j
plus the bonus. An examination for !
the position of dental hygienist fori
the public schools, with a salary of I
$900 plus the bonus, will be an
nounced later. Applications fori
.these positions should be filed with I
the District Health Officer not later
than February 16.
Joseph Conncll. 32. of Brooklyn. N. Y.. an.I i
.Sadie Simon. 31. of tbia city. The Rev. J.
H. Jeffrie.
John K. Realc. 20. and Helen M. Cropp, 19. '
(both of tbia city. The Iter. T. K. Topes. .
William It. Clement*. 27. and Catherine E. 1
Sullivan. 21. both of tbia city. The Rev.
: W. J. Brooks.
Gerard J. Hungerford. 2H. and Roena P.
! Mor*e. 20. both of thia city. The Rev. J. |
|H. Nelaia.
Edgar H. Benns. 3?>. and Margaret A.
Monroe. 31. bo Mi of Watorford, Vs. The
Re*. Charles Wood.
James T. Dolan. 22. of Brightwood. Vs.,
and Myrtle M. Siegel. 22. of Burlington,
Iowa. The Rev. J. T. Huddle.
Otho C. Bark ley. 24. of this city, and Fran
ces H. Green. 22. of Hudnon. N. Y. The
Rev. H. 3. Smith.
Sherwood Co*. 2fi. of Wcatover. Md., and
|J. Hales Thompson. 20, of Atlanta, Ga.
j The Rev. J. H. Jeffrie*.
i Ernest 8. Rugby. 23. and Adl-line M.
Drake. 21. both of Richmond. Vs. Tho
Bcv. II. K. Downs.
Claude L. Heilcr. 40. of thia city, and
Anna Warth. 33. of Rochester. X. Y. The
Rev. C. M. Compher.
E. Marvin Wilaon 39. and Marguerite C.
Beeht. 27. both of thia city. The Rev. M.
' O. Bee be.
Harry T. Glynn. 46. and Clara E. Lynch.
33. both of thia city. The Iter. Vrancia
! Metiraw.
James Patterson. 23. and Lillian Smith. ?
both of this city. The Rev. J. E. Willis.
Leo H. Brandford. 21. and Elisabeth
Wright. 20. both of this city. The Rev.
J. 8. Carroll.
<;~>rge O. Taylor. 21. ?nd Lucy I**w1a. Is.
both of thia city. The Rev. A. H. Catlett. j
Grafton Wallace. 21. and Anna Braiton.
IS. both of this city. The ltcv. J. R.
Matthews. I
Joe l<c.ri.. a. ?n.l Nettle Blddirk. 21.
both of thia city. The Bn. W. D- Battle. I
Joe Watkin.. .14. and Annie William., 3*J. j
both of this city. The ller. W. J. Howard.
Alton 1\ and Julia M. Cougblin. hoy.
Harold and KITic M Howard. boy.
Ilaryer W. and Maud H. Young. boy.
Stanley K. and Ruth O., Thompnoa. boy.
Hubert R. ?t>d Verna E.*Brodle, girl.
Mm. and Belle K. Cater, boy.
frank A. and Bertha R. Murray. flrl.
Liiliard C. and Laura Blealu.. flrl.
Wm. H. and Olive McKnifht. boy.
Riuwell and Amelia Murray, boy.
r.rorge T. and It nth Walton. boy.
I'nnl ?. and Joanna Ruimell. boy.
Irvin I, and Bdith B. Tutnhi.il, boy
Walter L. and Georgia R. Ruwell, flrl.
Tlarenee M. and Marfaret U t'reger. boy.
John O .nd Wlihemina Hanford, flrl.
Krneet J. and Allae Mudd. boy.
John H. and Aliee F. Mott. flrl
Karl and Kltaabeth 0?terli.u?. girl.
Robert awl <;lady? firnarhenn, boj.
Robert and Opal Montgomery, girl.
Wm T. and Aanle O. Bntler. boy.
John and K.tte Andernon. flrl.
Knemia U and Anna L. Smith, flrl.
John and Amanda Johnnon. boy.
Jamea K. and rmnre. K Brown, boy.
Wm T. ami Viola T. Baker, boy.
Cheater and Teirl fireen. girl.
Waddle and Ida Powell, boy.
Wm. H. and Retell* Hall. girl.
Deaies Tax on Newsprint.
Ottawa. Ont.. Fab 4.?Sir Henry
Drayton, finance minister, ha* em
phatically denied report* that an ex
port .tax of $10 per ton waa to be
Imposed by the Canadian govern
ment on newsprint paper deatined
for the United States.
URGESSPEED
IN CAR MERGER
?
Five Year Delay in Valua
tion Seen by W. Gwynn
Gardiner.
r"
APPEAL BEFORE COURT
House District Committee
Is Considering Legal
Question.
Direct appeal to the United 8tates
Supreme Court of the Washington
street railways' case was strongly
advocated yesterday by former J
Commissioner W. Gwynn Gardiner j
at a hearing belcre the House Dls- I
trict Committee. He declared that ?
In this way the problems of effect- I
a merger could be solved with- |
in six months' time.
The District Court now ig hear
ing- the appeal by both of the prin
cipal companion from their fair
valuation setr by the Public Utili
ties Commission.
Mr. Gardiner estimated it would
take at least Ave years to obtain
a final decision if the matter went
to the Supreme Court in the usual
course of procedure.
Most of the 1.earing was taken up
with the testimony of Mr. Gardiner,
while W. E. Ham. president of the
Potomac Electric and Power Com- j
pany listened without comment. |
According to Mr. Gardiner, the Cap
ital Traction Company is the most
profitable corporation of the kind
in the country, and one of the few
street railways not in financial
straits.
The legal aspect of the question
was thrashed out by Chairman
Mapes. Mr. Gardiner, Representative
Woods, of Virginia, and Represen
tative Benson, of Maryland. Mr.
Gardiner declared it would be con
trary to Supreme Court decisions
for Congress to institute condem
nation proceedings against the street
railway companies, and that the re
sult would be that each company
would have to be paid the cost of
reproduction, low depreciation, with
consequent heavy increase of fares
to the public.
Congress cannot upset the present
status of the companies without
placing the burden on the people of
Washington. Gardiner said.
George K. Hamilton, president of
the Capital Traction Company, said
that the street railway companies
had been given no opportunity to;
safeguard their interests. He as
serted fhst th** opinions expressed
by Mr. Gardiner were correct, and
could be substantia:* d by the tes- ?
timony of experts.
I i*f? Merger.
Mr. Ham Interrupted a discus- '
sion of the rates charged for rides
in other cities, and the condition !
i of other street railway properties. 1
! to say that no street railway com
pany can today maintain efficient-}
and do business on a 6-cent fare
To this Mr. Gardiner replied that
to charge a 10-eent fare on the ;
Washington Railway and Electric
Company vomu put the company
Into, the hands of a receiver be-j
cause people would not ride at such '
a price.
'*The Potomar Electric and Power j
Company and the Washington Rail- !
way and Electric Company should
be. allowed to merge." Gardiner;
concluded.
Ham Refuses Request
Of Car Men for Raise; j
Company Has Not Cash
That it will be impossible for th?* ^
Washington Railway and Electric
Company to grant the demands of
its trainmen for increased wages ai
the present time owing to the finan
cial condition of the company, was
the statement made yesterday by
William F. Ham, president of the
j traction company.
| Mr. Ham has just received a de
mand for a M per cent increase in }
wages from the Brotherhood of;
Street and Electric Railway Em
ployes. who claim their organization [
composes more than I'D men of the i
W. R. & B. Co.
! Mr. Ham indicated that the company
could not give higher pay on the
j present rate of street car fare, lie
! would not state the possibility of an
increase if the Public Utilities Com
mission gave the company a straight
7-cent fare.
The brotherhood demands that a
new wage scale of ?*> cents an hour
be matte effective March L It is
stated in the letter sent to Mr. Ham
that the employes cannot "meet ob
ligations and provide their families
with the necessary comforts of life"
I1 und^r the present scale of 50 cents
an hour.
J. H. Cookman, business represent
ative of the Amalgamated Associa
tion of Street and Electric Rail way
Employee, announced yesterday that
locals Nos. t>N9 and 785. of the Amal
gamated, would ask the Washington
Railway and Electric Company and
the Capital Traction Company for an
increase in wages, effective March 1. j
Dinner to Honor Maine
Disaster by S. W. Vets
Veteran officers of the Spanish war
i will commemorate the sinking of the j
Maine in 1SDS at the annual dinner j
of the District of Columbia Command
ery. Naval and Military Order, Feb- '
ruary 14, at the Army and Navy Club. I
Brig. Gen. R. D. Sims will be the
toastmaster and several veterans of
two wars will recount their experi
ences. Representatives of command
erles outside the District are expected
to be present at the dinner. R. H.
Chappell is commander of the local
I unit.
Johns Hopkins Hospital
To Treat Col. Theall
Col. Klishft Theall, U. S. M. C.. has
been removed from Emergency Hos
pital to Johns Hopkins University Hos
pital for treatment of a fractured
skull and ankle, which he sustalm-d
two months ago when he was knocked
down by an automobile. His condi
tion is still regarded as serious. Col.
Theall is widely known in Marine and
naval circles. He is a graduate of
the Naval Academy of the class if
1891.
WoaU Probc Amy Demotion*.
Information from the War De
partment regarding its policy in
demoting regular army officer* is
askeu in a resolution offered yes
terday by Senator Harrison, of
Mississippi. Democrat. Harrison
wants .nformation which would j
disclose whether officers have lost
their pre-war promotion grades |
through einergeacy officer* being
crowded In ahead of them.
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.CRANDALL'Sr
METROPOLITAN
F STREET AT TENTH
ONLY THREE DAYS
remain wherein to view a photodrama which,
despite weather that ordinarily would daunt
an Eskimo, has unequivocally established it
self as the greatest vehicle ever provided for
matchless
NAZIMOVA
who achieves the supreme triumph of her career
iu Chas. Bryant's colorful film version of I. A.
R. Wylie's vivid novel of Anglo-Indian fife,
STRONGER THAN DEATH
A maiestic super-picture that is supreme in
power of plot, fidelity of character portrayal
and preeminence of photographic art and one
which, by reason of its vast superiority, can
not fail to continue to attract its habitual
CAPACITY CROWDS
Added film features and magnificent music
render it further necessary to
?wr COME EARLY TO SECURE SEATS
A LOEWS ?
OolumbiA
Caatlnwona, lOutO m. wu?11 p. m,
TODAY ? TOMORROW ? SAT,
J. warren
KERRIGAN
"Live Sparks"
, BrgianhiK Sunday.
Marguerite Clark
In ??All of a Sudden Pffgy"
?aanr
- CRA\n All's
; I KNICKERBOCKER
? 18th and Col. Rd.
* Today. nrfElnning a< AOO
I DOUGLAS
| FAIRBANKS
In HI* *?iiprrmf Triumph
r 'When the Clouds Roll By'
Special Mat. Friday at
CnlumbuN Shoe I'oliftblnc l*a?tc
in one of the Heat whoe polUken on
the market today.
Double-alxr -in. la black, tan.
r?* blood or <! ^ brown, SOc. Pay
no more. The price of 20c nllown
a tcry cood profit to eefailera. |
CAPITOI. M?OK KIKDI!*I?S CO.. j
637 F St. N. W.
1
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' FINAL THRKK DAYS
D. W.
GRIFFITH
?Preneata?
"Scarlet Days"
<1.1. sibxt'wmx
MARY PICKFORD
In Mr??ll?aBN?*1
onlgkt Mat. Today 2:30
Lionel Barrymore
"The Letter of the Law"
N
ATIONAL ? - Tonlgrhf, ?:3#
"JlMt* f\4KNARM
ROBERT B. MANTELL
Frtda>. V?cl?th. S?toM?\ >1?t .
Juhtjr- ( Sliuntir Night.
Richard III.
\K\T WKKK?KKATS PRLLIMi
RAYMOND HITCHCOCK
In His Kntirly New an<1 Bigg**' Korrf?
HITCHY KOO, 1919
100 EnlrilaiBfr' 4 Braatr r bo run
FORTY I'.IDKR TWEKTT
SHUBERT-BELASCO IHnSSJtmn'
Tonight. J* :20?Mat. Kat.. 2:30. I
It AVID BKLAM'O ITom>dI8 I
"DADDIES"
,\ r-imrdy Itoltglit, b;. J<?ho L. HnhMf. |
-NEXT SUNDAY 5
AdolpH KLauber- Presents
IGHTIE
NIGH
I The Naughty Nrce-Farce
With. F PANClS BYRNE |
ana the ideal New York cc
X\
RNt
:ast J
OH, FIERY SKIN DISEASES
IS THERE NO RELIEF?
Must I Continue to Suffer from the
Fiery Itching?
This is indeed the burning ques
tion with those who are the victims
of itching, burning fiery irritations
that break out all over the skin,
causing its victim to itch and
scratch with almost constant tor
ture. Going from bad to worse,
with only a temporary lull in the
suffering, you have about reached
the conclusion that you are doomed
to have this terrifying disease as
your life companion.
If you have followed the usual :
course of treatment, you have
doubtless used lotions, ointments,
salves and washes abundantly, in
an effort to get some sort of relief
from your torture. Probably you
have received temporary relief
from the fiery itching by the use of
local treatment, but your expe
rience will be like that of thousands
of others who have found that such
treatment does not reach the cause
of the disease, and cannot for this
reason make any progress toward
a cure.
While it is true that the visible
location of this trouble is ap
parently on the skin, you must look
deeper for its origin, and until you
locate its starting point, and direct
your treatment there, you will con
tinue to suffer.
The skin is fed from the blood,
and upon the condition of the blood
depends whether or not your
skin will be healthy and free from
boils, pimples,' scaly irritations, red
eruptions and other disfiguring and
unsightly disorders. So that when
ever your skin breaks out with any
of these conditions, you will save
yourself much annoyance and the
pain that comes from the fiery
itching, if you will realize from the
outset that to treat this condition
intelligently, you must first cleanse
the blood of the millions of tiny
germs that cause the trouble.
This of course means that you
will get no permanent good from
the use of local treatment applied
to the surface of the skin, because
it is impossible to reach the blood
in this way.
The sensible treatment that will
show real results is a remedy that
will cleanse the blood thoroughly
and kill the germs that cause the
trouble. And for this purpose no
remedy ever made can approach
the record of S. S. S., the fine old
fifty-year old blood medicine. TWs
medicine is purely vegetable, being
made of the juices of roots and
herbs gathered direct from the
forests, the medicinal value of
which is recognized by the medical
profession everywhere. It cleanses
the blood of the disease germs, at
the same time building up the gen
eral health. S. S. S. is sold by
all druggists, and is probably the
most papular family medicine which
they carry. If you want permanent
results, this is the medicine you
should take.
If your own case needs special!
medical advice, you can obtain
same without cost if you will write
to Chief Medical Adviser. 150
Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.
AMUSEMENTS.
tcnwia STARTING SUNDAY Kiiafn
BASIL
KING'S
crrhe
STREET
CALLED
STRAIGHT
VoLWlVo'l L??|
a* Malta* SiU
A vivid cross-section of
life in which the tun
shine of lovcrouti the
shadow of sin.
J
A NEW MARK TWAIN
PARAMOUNT AKT3UJT PKTira
"HUCKLEBERRY
FINN"
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NINTH AT O
11 A. M.-hatHS Day*?11 P.M.
Pathe Presenti
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BROTHERS
DIVIDED
OVERTURE ? "RAYMOND"
SOLO - - "DARDANELLA"
^GARDEN^
NINTH SET. O AND C
11 A.M.-Last S Days-11 P.M.
Paramount-Arteraft S/xHai
LIONEL
BARRYMORE
in thr.
COPPERHEAD
IF TOU ARE AN
AMKRUA V
DOA"T MISS THIS
l^ySTRAND^
NINTH AT O
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WILLIAM FOX
PrctxHts
P LOEWS [?
ALACK
81 SDAY?
?ALL NEXT WEUK?
'Oh be glad?'
If you livp to be ? million
you'll probablv nf\<r hi.\, n
jr?yw1 a reason?It's all be
MARY
PICKFORD!
? ha* selected neit Sunday
for the befrinmnc: ?f ? ^nsa
tlorml w#>pK > run in th#- cr^at
*?*% popular story of th? pres
ent generation?
"POLLYANNA"
Ply Klrinnr H. Porter
B.F.KEITH'S
DAILY* ^ SUM. i HOL TS.
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Nonette THE MUJES CLUB
HENRI SCOTT
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Msrro^nta Pad ila. K??t?a A
Frank J. Ca?rn>. P^rrrane & Bkelk?.
Martya A narrate. Other*
I.KK KRKDICK l*reaeaia
Sir Oliver Lodge
Warli-Kanaan Srlrntlal
roi.rs m:\t ni miai. .i:.m
Syncopated Jazz Concert
IVraoaal Api?earance
ANSELL, BISHOP
& TURNER
rrrarat tke f lKhi I iidodi
Vletar Arti?t?
H'ary Retrr. Hill* N?rrar?
Albert ? ampHell. Kr* d \in I >*.
John H. Meyer*. Monrnf *r*er.
Prank traitoa. I-rank nana.
Pecrleaa quartet. MrrHnt Irla
Ticket a, M?e fa S2.nt?. i::i ?" M.
a ad Pall'M Theater.
Tueada>. Feb. 1(1
4 P.M.
POLPfl THICATI'B
\% ed- Feb. If,
4 P.M.
The Reality of
the Unseen
The Evidence
for Sarmal
Tieketa for the aeparate leetarea j
aow aelllaE?>Wr to ri.W?
T. AHTH1 R NMITH. l.W ?i St. Rf.W. (
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JEaTTBj
US
MAT. TODAY
ATTticTlcis ro>l?.HT ATM.
A. H. WOOD* Pi*wat?
THAT JOT litis KARCK
"10 MORE BLONDES"
. With ERNEST TRUEX
jiixtk Caaeert?Tea Star Sertea .
TILLY . KOENEN
felebraled Datek Caatralta
Feb. IS. 4iM. Tieketa. 77Vc ta
T. ARTHUR SMITH. ISM G Street j
MART
GARDEN
Katlaaal TM?lrr, T?n4ar. rthm I
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Ttlrlwitt saa G Sltwb
CAYETY
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FOLLY
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ROUND THE TOWN
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fcatlaaal Theater. Friday. IVhruart
?. 41.1ft. leata nan ua aale at Mra.
(ireeart ( oaeert Bureau la Pronp'a,
Tklrteeath a ad G ?? recta.
The Corcoran
Gallery of Art
will rr.^i ta Ik. pakllr na
FRIDAY, February 6th
Houra- Mondaya. from 12 nn M. to
4:30 P.M. Olher week daya from
?:?6 AM to IM P.M. Siindav*,
from 1:19 to 4:3tf IVM
ftPBCIAI. i:\HIRITION OP
Drawiap aad Etcbiafi
CHARLES H. WOODBURY
Alaa Sealytarea ky

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