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\ MI SKMEXTS TONIGHT. National?George M. Cohan, in "Broad way Jones," 8:13 p.m. Bela.sc>>?"Bought and Paid For," 8:20 p.ni Keith's?High-class vaudeville, 8:15 p.m. Poll's?The Poll Players, In "The County Chairman," 8:15 p.m. Academy?"The Shepherd of the Hills," S:l."? p.m. Gayety?The Golden Crook Cojnpany, 8:1 ?"? p.m. Cosmos?Vaudeville and pictures; con tinuous show. 1 to 10:40 p.m. Casino?Vaudeville and pictures: con tinuous show, 1:15 to 5, 6:30 to lO^JO. Bird Baths. J. H. Comfng, 520 13th st. Xnu \rrkMr?r, Ladln' antl Meal. 8l>e</ial prices. 25c. .tOc and floe. Harbin's Dry Goods Store, oll> Pa. ave. s.e. |UVI Value IMfi'i Wkitr PifttH-bomm Shirts. Harbin's Dry Goods Store, IJll* Pa. ave. s.e. Phone. HolmeM* Cakes Are PamniiM. The finest products of the best equip ped bakery in America. Save yourself the trouble of the Xmas baking and get better cakes than you could make. Pound Cakes at 13>c lb. Fruit Cakes at 25c lb. Delivered to you fresh from the bakery. Phone M. 45i.7. Holmes' Bakery, 107 F st. ? Presidential Chocolate*.50c Lb. Postpaid i anywhere in U. S. Ogram's, 13 & Pa. ave. j Hand no me I. a nip*. Ca? or Oil. I>aree stock, best equipment, low prices. 12?f4 G-C. A. Muddlman & Co.-61t> 12th. The Great Bear la am Ideal Table Water. Office, 226 R n.e. Phone N. 4372. Heatlag Plants Overhauled. A. Eberly's Sons, Inc., 718 7th st. n.w. Phone Your lVaat Ad to The Star. Ham J440 ; Have you ever sat and waited ?/ for a railway train belated, have you hung around the depot halt a day? Then you've marked the angry pageant marching round the station agent, and have leased to wonder greatly that he's gray. All the rubes line up before him and denounce him and implore him, and they ask the same old thing a million times; and the agent, still politely, gives the information rightly, in an effort to deserve his meager dimes. Forty million times he answers all the snorters and the prancers. and he never groans or whimpers o'er his task: there are fat and fussy strangers, there are sour bewhiskered grangers, and they all have silly questions they would ask. There are women with their babies, there are gents who have the rabies, and they gather round the agent in a ring; there are jays of all descriptions throwing fits they call conniptions and they all have fool conundrums they would i ^prinsj. And the agent answers plainly, answers patiently and sanely?I admire the station a>'ent for his pluck! In his place T'd rise in d-idgeon. seize the ncnrest wet elm bludgeon, and anion? the question springers run amuck. WALT MASON. NATIONAL YACHT CLUB PLANS SOCIAL EVENTS Although Boats Have Been Hauled Out for Winter. Members Arrange Entertainment Features. n While outdoor activities by the mem-' be;s of the National Yacht Club have in ; a large measure been discontinued and j the owners of the pleasure craft are pre- j paring to place their boats in winter j quarters, social features of club life will J he prominent this winter. It has been i arranged to have a smoker follow the! regular meeting of the club Thursday ? night next and an enjoyable program of ' music and other features is being ar- j ran?e<l by the committee in charge of the affair. A large turnout of the members of the club and their friends is looked for. Recently the power boat.v 1 Jo lores, be longing to Josephine Maloncy: the fclidie w>is. belonging to James Holcer; the Oa'l;vunt, belonging to the Mes.- rs. Cle phane. and the Dure* have been taken from the water at lh<- headquarters of the club at the foot of *?th street south west. other boats will be placed ashore early this week. Over at the Corinthian Yacht Club headquarters, on the Virginia side of the river between the Highway and Railroad bridges, good progress is being made on the raising of the grade of the land and it is expected that by next spring if will be ready for beautifying. During the winter smokers and other social features will be given by the Corinthians. ATTITUDE IS QUESTIONED. Rev. Dr. Van Schaick Criticises Temperance Leader's War Talk. That lit could not understand how the temperance forces of the country can put on a pedestal the man whose name is associated with the proposed tem perance constitutional amendment, when that man is the slanderer of a friendly nation with whom this country is at peace, was stated by Rev. Dr. John Van Schaick in ins sermon yesterday at the Church of Our Father, in observation of temperance Sunday. "He is going up and down our coun try preaching war with Japan," said Dr. Van Schaick. "and while he may be accepted as orthodox In some churches, he is heterodox here. We beiieve in human brotherliooc. We believe the way to ha\e international peace is to cheri:?h peace in our hearts." Preach at Jubilee Service. Yesterday's preachers at the Grace Church jubilee services were Bishop Karl Cranston of Washington, Rev. Dr. K. L. Watson of Baltimore and Rev. S. Townsend Weaver, pastor of the church. The latter took as his subject "Scandal of the Cross." These services will extend into the month of January. Secretary Daniels ??f the Navy is to address one of the gatherings. Double Service Necessary. Deepite the bad weather yesterday, peo ple went in such numbers to the Centen nial Baptist Church that it was neces sary to conduct services simultaneously In both the lower and upper parts of the edifice. Dr. Weston Bruner delivered the sermon. The music was directed by Prof. I. K. Reynolds, who will remain during the entire week for the uighUy ?crvicca at the church. POLLY AND HER PALS Don't Worry; the Family's Not Growing Polite ** wor^ tae matter, -duicia sal. c4w't vtiwo mo crtktr* come^htoj "the. gbva with VER ?} l/wcle HERE. ySo| DELI ci A t4ke. Mine otucia (j&zat <3uhlsl hov/ (jdmes rr th?/?e ALL'flreo PERU j e, all-of j-gvode+l ? I dumo, uhuess mebble 's'BK4USE I kind To cousi? a6hur. this avteruooh' whappvb M&W, KfKlP OxtfrM /&HUR? v^NV I was So 56RRV fer him btfu' hes laid up with -the cyllckem POX" r "ffWT I wetjy ml am' read "to him ,4 ox/pit of hours. I did! GALE FROM NORTHWEST BIGS REAL INTER Mercury Drops Fifteen to Twenty Degrees in Less Than as Many Minutes. With a whooping wind that approached the velocity of a hurricane, winter actual, freezingly cold winter?swirled out of the northwest last night and wrapped Washington, the District of Co lumbia and adjacent territory in the chilliest temperatures experienced here abouts so far during the present season. The change of temperature <came so sud denly as to take away one's breath. One minute the air was still, muggy and rather warm, from the drizzle of rain ! that had fallen lit intervals all day yes- j terday; the next minute a wild gale' was whistling down the streets and ! around corners, and the mercury in ex- j posed thermometers fairly tumbled in its effort* to retreat into the bottom of the tubes. The wind and the falling temperatures came without a moment's warning, and in many places fairly reliable thermome ters showed a drop of fifteen to twenty degrees in less than that many minutes. Houses Rocked by Gale. The gale which brought the sudden drop made the increasing cold disagree able in the extreme, and the gale, in creasing in severity, fairly rocked the houses, roared through the treetops and sent dead leaves and street debris flying in clouds. A smart flurry of snow descended be tween 1<? and 11 o'clock last night, the pellets. ?mall and hard, being driven by the high wind with the velocity of shot. The s:jow did not last long, and few traces remained of it this morning, though the cold wind, still racing out of the northwest, had increased in chilli ness. and the ground, soaked with yes terday's rain, was frozen hard. The weekly forecast of the weather bureau, issued this morning, states sol emnly that "the week will open with low temperatures, probably the lowest of the present season." this condition, according to the forecast. pre\ ailing over the entire country east of the Rocky mountains. The forecast predicts frost as far south and east as the middle Gulf of Mexico coast, while "rather low" temperatures are to be expected to continue over the eastern part of t!ie eountr\ until late in the week. | The forecast continues: "There will be snow Monday from the ' lake region eastward, with high winds, ? but present pressure distribution does not indicate any other precipitation of con sequence over the east, south and south west. Rains will probably set in by Mon day over the north Pacific states, and they will cover the middle and northern districts west of the Rocky mountains by Tuesday or Wednesday, and will extend, mostly as local snows, into the northwest. A little later in the week the snows or rains will extend into the upper Missis sippi valley and the lake region, reaching the lower lake .region toward the end of ! the week." I Two Accidents Reported. A big piece of corrugated iron was ' blown from a roof near Columbia road j and 14th street northwest last night 1 about 8 o'clock. Xobodv was injured when the wind tore the heavy piece of metal loose, but shortly afterward Henry C. McLean, deputy nealth officer, hurry ing along 14th street, stumbled over the obstruction and was slightly hurt. His right wrist was sprained and his right knee injured. Shortly before 8 o'clock last night a board fence at 9th and E streets north west was blown down. Mrs. Emma Rob erts, 120 E .street southeast, who was passing, was struck by one of the boards and slightiv hurt. She was taken to Emergency Hospital. A bit g uss in one of the- windows of j the si(Ua-i r?>oin at police headquarters was smash, d by th- wind last night. East winter t!u* sam*? window met a similar fate during a storm. ? Announcements. The habit of watching the classified business announcements in The Star puts buyer, as well as keeps the reader in much profit in the way of the careful touch with many more or less "personal'* thing*. The announcements in The Star tell the story. There is excellent service as near you as your telephone can make it. The painter, the electrician, the carpenter or plumber brought without delay. A convenient list of such announce ments on page 17 of today's Star. Intruder Chased Away. An unidentified colored man was found in the roctn of William H. Robiuacii, at! jloli I' t-treet northwest, yesterday niom- j lng about li.'Ki o clock. He had gained access to t;ie heuse through a basement j window and had ransacked the house be ?t?i detected, but had taken nothing. He was trig tened away by the occupant of the house. Recovers Prom Effect of Poison. Walter Turner, seventeen months old. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Turner of 41U 10th street northeast, who swal lowed bichloride of mercury a month iF?' discharged from Casualty e red* Phv?I' havin? fuHy recov eri-u. i n\ia.* tie hosiiitil it *r?\ ??'" -bild had Sot1 the slightest charicie for recovery. CONCERT TODAY. This afternoon at 3:30 o'clock In Stanley Hall, by the United States Soldiers' Home Band, John S. M. Zimmermann, Director. , Mar?*h, "Rifle Regiment".. .Sousa Overture. "Martha- Flotow Song paraphase, "T;ie Rosary." Nevin-Zimniermann Selection, "The Rose Maid." Granichstaedten Characteristic, "Frolic of the ?*?*?.- Swope Excerpts from "The Pink Lady." (Request) , l Finale. "Governor Woodtin's," Hall "The Star Spangled ifanner." MALACHITES INSTITUTE . FIVE NEW LODGES HERE Grand Lodge of Organization of Col ored People Has Headquarters in This City. Five new lodges of the Knights and Ladies of the Malachites of the World, an urbanization of colored people, which Js said to have branches throughout thfi United States, Panama, Costa Rica and the British West Indies, and which pro poses soon to establish branches in South America and Africa, have recently been organized in this city. The lodges and their officers are as follows: Pride of Washington, No. 6?W. A. Adams, Hattie Caesar, P. H. Kemp, Ethel Hawkins, Alberta. Walker, John Fauleon, Mary Thomas, Virginia Wil klns. 1 Macedonia, No. 7?Jennie Tinnen. Ida Baskerville, Beatrice Johnson, Louisa Toy ear. Dr. J. E. Tinnen, Salinda Jones. Charles Robinson, Sarah Johnson, Fanny Lynch. Queen Esther, No. S?Christena Greene, I B. J. Smith. Anna Johnston. Susie A. j Smith, Ida Bundy, William Price, Pearl j Harcombc. Sarah Washington, Lula Mc Ca lister. Young People's Progressive, No. 9? Beatrice Johnston, Sadie Marshall, Isla T. S. Neil, Clementina Colbert. Flor ence Brown, Bertha Thomas. Dolly Pat rick. Marion Gordon, Mary Norris. Gloria, No. lo?Sadie Gaskius, Rebeccah Smallwood. Annie Kemp. Fanny Dade, Edna Leake, Georgia Smith, Florence Holliday, Ella Barnette, Alice Roebuck. The following officers constitute the Grand I,odge. which has Its headquarters in this city: L. Melendez King. Miss Hen rietta Vinton Davis, Prof. Charles L. Mitchell of West Virginia, Dr. Sarah M. Frasier. formerly of Santo, Domingo; Dr. , Thomas C. Smith, Dr. lona R. Whipper, \V. H. C. Brown, B. Braxton, John W. | Truman. L. Giles. GIVES UP PULPIT WORK j TO BECOME A TEACHER! Rev. Sterling N. Brown to Devote All His Time to Howard University. Rev. Sterling' N. Brown, who has been ( pastor of Lincoln Temple Colored Con- j gregational Church, at lltii and K streets northwest, for twenty-five > ears, has re signed to become professor of the Eng lish Bible and diiector of seminary ex tension work and correspondence study at Howard University. He preached his concluding sermon of his rastorate at the church yesterday. The work at Howard University is familiar to the clergyman, he having been professor of theology at the univer sity for twenty-one years. Rev. Mr. Brown came to Washington from Cleveland, Ohio, after what is re garded as an especially successful pas torate, and several years later took up the work at Howard University in con junction with his church work. Now, in assuming a full professorship at the uni versity, the clergyman finds he has not time for the pastorate. A testimonial service was given to the pastor at a meeting held in the church Friday evening, when Revs. A. C. Gar ner and Arthur Randall made short ad dresses during a musical and literary program. All Checking; Accounts With the Union Trust Company, southwest corner 15th and H streets, draw 2% interest.? Advertisement. DR. MONTESSORI LEAVES. i Goes to New York City to Deliver i | an Address Tonight. Dr. Maria Montessori. the Italian educator, who lectured here Saturday evening, left yesterday afternoon for New York city, where she is to deliver an address this evening. Miss Anne E. George, director of Montessori work in the Montessori Educational Association, and S. S. McClure who was instru mental in bringing the work of Dr. Montessori before the American people, accompanied her. Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Graham Bell, whose guest she was while in this city, tendered her a farewell luncheon yesterday. COXEY SEES "CONSPIRACY." General Says Railroad and Money Trusts Are Involved. That there is a widespread conspiracy to force down the value of railroads and the price of labor on the part of the -money trust" and the "railroad trust" was the declaration of "Gen." Jacob S. Coxey. in an address at Pythian Temple last night. The one-time leader of "Coxey's army" contended that the general public has been made "sheep" for the shearers of t"e interests through un.iustilied infla tion of railroad stocks, which now are being depreciated in value in order that they may bt boujsJit back by the finan ciers at greatly reduced '.igures. The price of labor and of railroad eqylp. ment has been forced down by the In terests. according to "Gen." Coxey, by cutting down their orders for equipment thus compelling the manufacturers to run smaller forces and to accept lower prices for their products. Christmas Greetings ?of remarkable beauty* See our big stock. The E. Morrison Paper Co. 1000 PA. AVE. N.w. WOMAN QUESTION UP IN PHI BETA KAPPA New Association Elects Judge Martin H. Knapp as Its President. The woman question formed an im portant part of the discussion Saturday night in connection with the forma tion of the Phi Beta Kappa Association in the District of Columbia at a meet ing held at the University Club. When the paragraph naming: the new or ganization, which is ? composed of Washington members of the Phi Beta i Kappa fraternity, was brought up in the course of the consideration of the constitution several members sought to have the name fixed so that it would not bar woman members of the Phi Bet Kappa fraternity. Women were lauded in the highest terms by many of those present, and their supporters at every angle in the consideration of the question sought to have provision made for their membership in the or ganization. This resulted in burying the matter in a series of parliamentary tangles. from which the organization had a difficult time extricating itself. Finally the question was settled with out putting the organization on record as either favoring or opposing woman members. The name of the organiza tion was adapted as "the Phi Beta Kap pa Association in the District of Co lumbia." Officers Are Elected. Henry P. Blair, chairman of the nominating committee, made a report which was adopted without a dissent-1 Ing vote, resulting in the election of! the following officers: President, Judge, Martin A. Knapp; vice president. Gil bert ii. Grosvenor, and secretary-treas urer, Frederick A. Fernald. These officers, together with the following, will compose the executive council: Dr. William T. Thom, John H. Dynes. Alexander G. Bentley and William A. Orton. The committee adopted a motion mak ing all of those who become members before December 20 next "foundation members." instead of Just making those pres-ent Saturday night the charter or foundation members. Prof. E. A. Grosvenor of Amherst Col lege, father of the vice president of the. new organization, delivered an address' on "The Intent of tl*.e Phi fc^-ta Kappa." Church Celebrates Anniversary. Miles Memorial Church, 3d street near New York avenue northwest, yester day celebrated its eighth anniversary. "The Possibilities of God" was the sub tect of th? sermon by the pastor. Kev. ). E. B. Rosser. SPECIAL XMAS WINES. To-Kalon Wines?the American vineyards. Sherry. Port, Slaw-atcl. Anjf'Uil. Blackberry, ST?-ei Cctawba. floret, Hoek itthiti't. choicest products of 1 J Half Gallon, 75c Hulf Gallon, 50c TO-KALON CO.. In-.. HOT. K St. Phone M. 00*. TO ORDER. ?We have a modern optical factory right on the premises and expert* In charge who transform a rough slab of glass into an accurately ground lens that will exactly meet your requirements. M. A. LEESE Z""i ?*" CITY ITEMS. This Is the RuhIi Season for Many ?but Eisinger Bros?., 12109 7th, Vre always busy supplying Lumber at low prices. Special Sale of Bed Comforts and Blan kets. Harbin's Dry Goods Store, 319 Pa. ave. s.e. "Fang* of Hate," Great Drama, Today. Virginia Theater. If Xmas Shopping; Wears You Out ?drink a glass of HBURICH'S Maerzen or Senate when you get home. These pure old beers are gently stimulating to nerves and system. 2 doz., .<1.7."> (Lager. $1.50). Bottle rebate, 50c. Tttf. West ltHJO. Illustration Books. Fred A. Schmidt, 719-21 13th. Expert Fountain Pen Repairing. The Fountain Pen Shop, 1421 Pa. ave. "Quality Coal" Ends Your Coal Troubles. Agnew & Co., 340 Woodward bldg. Main 3008. Sofos Baking Powder. Superior to any other at any prlca. 25c a pound. Pbone Your Want Ad to The Star. Main 2440. Dental Society Elects Officers. Officers of the National Capital Dental Society have been elected and also a delegate and alternate to the meeting of the National Dental Association to be held in Rochester, N. Y. They are: Pres ident, Dr. M. M. Dolmage; vice presi dent, Dr. William C. Klllinger; secretary, Dr. Starr Parsons: treasurer, J. W. Hol lingswortli; corresponding secretary. Dr. C. W. Cuthbertson; librarian. Dr. William L. Munger; delegate. Dr. Emory A. ?5ry ant, and alternate. Dr. Cuthbertson. HEALTH CANDIES 100% PURE. Forty-Cent Candies, Made in limited quantities ?with unlimited c a r e. 1203-1205 G St. Glace Nuts. Xmas Orders. 1890?Established 23 Tears?1813 THERE is always more business to be had for the advertising. * y We write the right ads to make advertising good advertising. Star Ad Writing Bureau Kobert W. Cox. Kooms r?nr> TT 1 ' 102-103-104. r . T. Hurley, Ktar Building. C. C. Archibald. Lho,2?o. Sons of America Officers. Officers of Washington Camp, No. I, Patriotic Order Sons of America, of the District of Columbia, were elected at a recent meeting as follows: Oscar Nauck, president; William A. Cahoon, vice presi dent; R. O. James, jr., M. P.; John A. Mclvnight, secretary-treasurer; G. L. Shorey, assistant secretary; 8. P. Buck, conductor; Charles D. Church, instructor; H. S. Stow, guard; William W. Abraham, chaplain; Sol Meyer and D. W. Thayer, sentinels; John F. Maye, J. N. Myers and E. J. Robb, trustees. Woman's Single Tax Clnb to Meet. .A public meeting of the Woman's Single Tax Club of the District of Co lumbia is announced to be held tonight at the public library. The features of the meeting will be addresses by Alice Thacher Post of this city, formerly of Chicago, and John J. Murphy, tenement house commissioner of New York city. The subject of Mrs. Post's address will be "Th? Social Unit," and Mr. Murphy will speak on the tenement house prob lem. "Washiinigtoini's Musical .Center" YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND OUR 66 1 iE 99 IN CELEBRATION OF OUR THIRD ANNIVERSARY, December 9 and 10 At 8:30 P.M., In our Recital Hall MR. CHARLES EDUARD HOWE of Chicago Will Play The Carola, Inner-Player Piano, Assisted by Several Prominent Local Artists. If you own a player-piano it will be a valuable lesson to you to heart Mr. Howe's work; if you do not own one come and see what a lot of pleas ure you have been missing. Special Prices Will Prevail From now until Christmas in honor of this event. Accommodating terms. iVn rcy S. F?sta 1L ^ Foster BnuiSciSirBg 11330 Q Street. N.B. See morning papers for detailed program. OIABETE PEDRO DOMECQ'S MANZANILLA SHERRY. This high-grade Spanish Wine is without a peer for diabetes. >i'tains.onlv ONE-THIRD OF ONE PER CENT OF SUGAR and NO ACID. Recommended by pronjinent physicians. $1.25 full quart. Only obtainable at Christian Xander's, 909 7th St. You Have Got to Have It! Bread of some kind. Then why not buy the BEST BREAD, when it costs no more than the ordinary ?/ kind? There is no doubt about the purity of (? CORBY'S BREAD Eat the Best Bread Corby's Bread 100% Pure |?| Is the man to eotaolt H /~\ / i /YA C i'.. n: i iikimr n> v H'.a '?? 1 f"r ,!'n ;'!1! r: ! O in- I. ? ? T.- iif SI a lo order. Ask for nh'tcMkm^ and ? -situate. BIG BLANKBOOK SHOP, Star Buirldlr!^ Annex. AMUSEMENTS. TONIC. H r AT 8:3? BELASCO Popular Mat. Wed., J5C to $l WM. A. HKADT, Lt4.. IT.--tit* Ttie Moat K-walk >!ii. Piny o* Our 1 in < . 'Ml km M:J FOX By r.reiJlm >-t. A Rare Hetvo* ii S-niH * aini lari-. LKC'i'l'KK ON English and American-Gardens Will b? givi-n by MUS. PHILIP V.AKTINEAI On TUurwlHy Mora >k, 1?<-- 1", it 11 o <\*> ii, M07 23rd >??.. SU. .iU. ii < i;vk\ B.v Courtesy >f Vloi?*. M. 1 Admi*?i<?ii. $2. It. be ;? a.'."i at ??utrai'.rv. NATTO NAL Final Appearance Here as An Aelor. GEO. M. COHAN IN (HIMSlXVi C i Pun. ?BROADWAYi? ' '?? - * A Writs: tlem. JONES' NEXT WEEK?Mat*. W?l. tul S t. ".'ate : ljum. CHARL.ES FltOHMAN PRESENTS WILLIAM COLLIER In His Funniest < 'omedy. *'A Little Water on the Side" COW MB IA Miss 5la;?i.: THEATER. Tuesday. Dee. V. -t:3o. Seats, $2.So, Si. $1.30. (1. Oa sale at Droop*#, Prima D<>uu* < 1 in: ? iStll and '-I. < '? ???i\ Teyte i^ew National Theater PMMdpMi Crete* lira LKOPOI.D STOKOWRKI. C iHu.-'or. FIRST TIFSMW A' "TEKN? ?< ?N CONCERT. DECEMBER 10. 4 Symplmny: BRAHMS. No. 1, ?' M or. Soiolst: JOSEF H< il'MANN. Piauit-l. Tickets T. Arthur Sii!'tb'?. i: J1T7 I" st. u.w. Popular P*ll Player* Twkf Dally la "THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN" Xext Week, "BtEVATINU A HI SBANP." o:miths;;:? MATS, 25e. EVE, 25 to 75?-. The New Vork Hit JACK WILSON ADA LAVE & JAC K KOVLE In "AN IMCKOllIT! Itl-:VIK** "THE PURPLE LADY" \% Ith Ks'!|ih I, wit :it?jI <"<?? i VAMDERBILT & MOORE Jo?-?'phlne iMinf 'f. ! >.;*? <;.i >. ,v ? l?e Bp's Allnr:> M'?.re S: Mji' ? V i .j ? <ii i Lo-ve ?V -I ii.. 'tt.* Will iv. !'? r.j ? V? ? ? U v ? . ACADEMY T,us' EvenlniCH, 2V, 3Sc ami S6e. THE MOST POPULAR AMER CAN PLAT The Shepherd of the Hills COUNTRY STORE Every Tues. Ni^t Next W?-els?'The Newlyweds & TUeir Bi! ?hi i'T Liilt THE GOLDEN CSOGK KXTRAA V(. IN/.A Special Feature Grand S?-n?:itl?.uitl Eunijifaii Ballet Dire.-t froi.i TUi Pallaliuui. Lmdoa. Next W rek?Koiielaud <,lrli?. VAUO?t/iLL? PlCiUtttS DANCING Ql'ICK U/etlnwl?Ali :ai-si d:iuc.-? ;atUb. p:: *:?? any Uuiir; class li.f~la? aul ?-.i- ria*. T Wmii, III ; li fir 22 5-J I'l'.OlV \VY\'1?? \ M. 816 isn> ?? i.... m CO X \ E XT ?0 X K 7\LT" GRANT) OPENING THURSDAY, 1)1 iC. ir. DANCING E\ ERY EVENING, ADMISSION FREE. Largest I'ance Hall ill Washington. Souvtnirs, Novelties. Eff?-??!.*. KxiiU i: lot-. MISS i.'HAl'PELEAi:. 1U12 <i ST~N.\V.: PIloNW X. 0*4-1. Parisian t;:i.po, Brazilian ruasiv . all newest tangoes; a!! ih; iati'si dance- tau^Lt; private I'sson* any hour: li:.'! for r>'iii GI.ovm:?, ?.iJ :^ud. rti. w ~ii2u i7i>>7r\s any hour. 50*.-. 1'is V. ii<. i-ste;.. IVniii. :i.? ton. Taugo. Walt*. 2-s. i? taii.; . A tiaU' f. 1 ;ur-,.. Sa.. i . l.ad'e* free. DANi'KS V viiTfv nil It . Mil. A SAT7 i.V! *7 Nat ! lti*W Arm - ok . - ?? m.:. .? . 8:?? lo 32. ad minion t: l?A V iSON".-., 1'r ? . & Mr*., 7K? it'i ".?? All ?!??" ll""1 goes. tK?t, Fi*li u?iU, 1 -lep. He . lativa. 'J. eg'. t auy b?ur. On*- .<ihi lit'*-. < v*. M. 4,\4. MAE RICE TANGO AND OTHER NEW IjA.Vi kS taught in >our houie; limited number of en gagements open. Further information, phon? Avondale apt. North .'i441. NEW DANCES i A L'GHT?SELECT. " Ulu Park road. 9* Monday*. 8:3O-10:i>O. Phone CoL 71SJ. DANCELANDTlth AND G STS. S.e7-MONDATI Wedne?da> and Saturday eves., fc :3o to IX Fish v.aik. taugo, one-stop. Class. T to ? t>. m. on our regular dan e nights. All tb? la:?.S dances taurht and guaranteed. ~ G1BB.V PKIVaTi" STI l?il7 "" 1121 14th n.u. I'h in.' N. 1 BRAZILIAN MAX1X1 . SHOREUAM GLIDl'. and all ww dunces taught >u >.aUio. home or club. Guarantied pttflcit ncy. Special ,>.-.rijr rates. I*T7l\ ATI" D\NCING SCHOOL. B'*1b??-'0 Theater. M. f>-0>-Y. Argentine T.irsro. Trotting. fish \Va:c Lous :l"<1 S'n-t rt' SF.T.KfTT. [MJBOTrll 1'KaK'S StZTIcT M i OlO O? dancing. 912 10tb st.?One taught at a time; tangos, tisb walks. Ions and *h<>rt Boston d pa; latest society dances. private. PLuuc M. 1187.