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\MI SKMtO*TS TOH1UHT. National? "Sari." S:in p.m. I?"The Great Adventure," 8:20 p.m. ?'olumbia Annie Russell in "The Sol'?>l fur Seaiidal," N:15 p.m. Keith's?If Igh-class vaifdeville. 8:15 p.m. l'nli s ? I'oli I'layers in "In the Bishop's Carriage," S;15 p.m. A. ad?my "The Spendthrift," 8:15 p.m. Cayctv?"The College (Jlrls," S:15 p.m. ? 'nsmus?Vaudeville and pictures; con tinuous show, 1 to 10;4<? p.m. < asino--Vaudeville and pictures: con tinuous show, 1:15 to 6, K;30 to 10:30. Bparkguards. J. II. Corning. 520 1-tth st ' aUe* That \ rr Junt lilt'h KnouxN. Tin Holmes Homemade Cakes sire par- i ti?'ilarl\ lavurwl 1>\ discriminating housekeepers. There is an assurance of i purit\ and wholesotiieness that satisties and d? lights. .Materials of the highest 1 1\|m- Silver Cukes. U-V: Pounil Cakes, 2'>c lb 1'ruit Citk ??s. iV lb. .lust phone M. 4;T. or postal IIOLMlOiS' 1SAKEKY, 1?>7 K. I.lrrtri?- ?lH?blluh<w Save riowt Vires. ? arroll Electric <'o. 514 12th st. On I* HI.7.V 92.00, ?2.nO. IKMMI Kte-, <>?* I .amp complete, best tubing' and burners. Hp: l-.'th C. A. Muddinian & <"o ?1-V4 tl. I'r~*lilrnllal I hornlntrx, .Mir 1,1*. Poatpald ?n>wht ru in T\ S. Og ram's, 13 & Pa. ave. The Great Hear la an Ideal Table ?ater. office, 326 K n.e. Phone N. 4372. I'hiiRr Vsir Want Ad to The Star. Ualli aM?> . OUT OF SEASON 4, \\ hen there are no Hies to swat m.ni\ luinian sons and daughters, bubbling o'er with ardor hot, come and wildly wave their swat- ! ter>. "Let us see a pesky fly/', cr\ these out-of-date crusaders, "ami we'll show it how to die!"' What enthusiastic raiders! But w hen flies are buzzing near, spreading death where'er they': e mating, these crusaders disap pear?they leave us to do the swatting. When there is no >n< ?w to dig from the walks be fore \?>ur hovel, people come in arctic rig. asking if they may not shovel. But when tons of snow are laid six feet deep o'er all! creation, no one brings a helpful spade: you must work your own salvation. There are always helping hands when no task we are pursuing: Willing Worker always stands where there's noth ing that needs doing. So the wise man does his chore, letting not the helpers jade him. not depend ing on the bore who is always glad t > aid him. W ALT MASON. m i MUST L00X TO SENATE. W J. Neale Says District Can Expect Nothing From House Committee. T... ! istrict of Columbia committee of t! House of Representatives; was criti i>\ William J. Neale. chairman of fti? legislative committee of the Central Citizens" Association, in an address be fore th:U body yesterday afternoon. Mr. Neale declared that it is useless for a?r. ??ody of local citizens to request any thin-: at the hands of the District com* mi't.. of the House, and that the Dis trict must depend entirely upon its friends i ;! Senate for everything that it wis'ues. .Mr. N.ale introduced a resolution pro viding for the segregation of the white an?i iu-;ro races in the District. This in* , ?? was carried with but one dis s* a vote, and will be brought before tiM. !"? ?.? ration of Citizens' Associations. William Brady introduced a resolution u'- <.g that policemen and firemen be agi.; permitted to ride on street cars free Household >eed*. l'-opb want to know just where to 50 to satisfactory work done about th* home. Son ? ? times It is about awnings and curtain- or papering?again it's a car penter. paint, r or plumber needed, or ele trie wiring done. A convenient list of reliable people to do th?->-*-. and man'- other things, is on pa-;* 1?; of today s Star. Steamer Temporarily Disabled. As tin- I'lltted States Army engineer >. ? \ ice steamer ''aslit was on her way down the river yesterday morning some trcil.li with her machinery developed wldle the steamer was about off Fort Washington and she was forced to re tum t<> Alexandria and tie up while h? engineer attended to the defect. This done after a delay of ser es a . r- ,?nd yesterday afternoon the f'.i.-th esumed her interrupted trip. It -t.it> d that, before returning, the Castl- will visit the Rappahannock ri\ 1 ? and other points under the con trol of the I'nited States Army engi n< s" office at this city. POLLY AND HER PALS s> mgurpqiswaivcvr! !v-^ mo 6m rr irilADAIirt DjI ftlrtiiT ! " 1 I6/U0R4WCE PA, DKNT you im m* ^ \jaw*/ca3l BtFCRt T s. To VoufP/lotoeiT.1 ? mv <jitf snow */1 .* j otuoa! ^MO / chVE FollV !*m4T EXPt WM^f :6e^/64u^ 1^r (GlRigrM/4 5 *_f UIHY. unclt satahv DOMT Vb0 KMOVtf* _ > T D'V'^UPPCit lb Bt /4?KIM' Vow if i 0)0 t WHO D<aMt n: wrtV Vbu did! Just a Slight Exchange, That's All HiF. VJ6H4DDYE MC4*I i did ? wl' a'tbu&t | Shi ixcham6id! Y'DIOMT ou7 ah' oct But it amuul To "The Sahe tHlMfr n ft**! ~TH4T fttfE-fodT Shelf of BookS Vtfli/E He* yttl* 4^11.50^ IT! / I Vfc <5bo^? &hl am ixacltf wdt v'O C4U. /I 5bJT/Mtwmi5T Show to Feature Entertainment for Children of Street Railway Employes. Boy Scouts to Drill, Animals to Per form and Marine Band to Furnish Music. Ninety babies have been entered in tlie baby show in connection with the annual Christmas celebration to be given for the children of the em ployes of the Washington Railway and Electric Company at the National The ater tomorrow afternoon. The entries ( closed December 17. otherwise it is es timated tiiat more than 150 youngsters would be seeking prizes. In addition to the show there will be an elaborate entertainment for the thousands of children and grown-ups who are ex pected to be in attendance. Judges to select the winners in the contest have been chosen, as follows: Mrs. Ben Johnson, wife of Representa tive Johnson of Kentucky; Commis sioner Oliver P. Newman and former Commissioner Cuno H. Rudolph. Only One Pair of Twins. One pair of twins only is entered? William and Morsell Brooke?and one I baby named after the President of the L'nited States. Woodrow Kavaney Glascock. A drill by Boy Scouts, acrobatic stunts, animal acts, selections bv the Marine Band, besides the award of prizes and j the distribution of Christmas presents, all will form part of the entertainment. The I following compose the committee in charge: William L. Clark. E. S. Mar low. C. G. Morgan, S. C. Kimball. G. G. Whitney, A. S. Parry, G. H. Rettew, S. I. Folsom. H. G. Torbert, Louis Brown, Ed Staub. II. B. Hart. A. W. Hawkins, M. M. Mer rill, J. B. Hoellman, R. W. Crowell, V. A. Slsler, L. L. Johnston, II. S. Gorm ley, W. E. Anderson, R. B. Saunders, S. J. Devine, W. H. Memler, F. J. Mers heimer, W. N. De NeaJe, J. A. Kaiser, J. C. McLaughlin, J. G. Gray, L. B. Schioss, i G. P. Mangan. C. E. Brown, L. S. Helm, I C. N. Marsh, W. A. Wenner, W. F. De- j ment. J. E. R. Shaw. C. J. Plitt. George ! Derene, J. W. Wenner, E. W. Whitehead, j W. S. Ballengt-.r, D. T. Frazier, C. S. I Reich, W. O. Gibson, J. E. Tenly, H. M. Kavser, W. F. Ham, L. E. Sinclair and F. J. Whitehead. Babies Entered in Contest. Entries in the baby contest are as follows: Andrew Gates. Wilton Ellsworth Watts, jr.. Anna E. Weckesser, Ruth Hall Dameron, Kenneth Oscar Yates. Ellen Wagner Truman. Andrew Edwin Strother, Joseph John Werres. Robert J Wilson Kinnamon, Margaret Iola I Stephenson. Ell wood Maurice Brown, j Garth Wallace Calderhead. jr.. August : Howard Beall, John William Gill. Mir iam Dorothy Louise Posey, Clifton Owen, Dora Marie Kendall. Leona Alvira Peyton. Samuel Ellsworth Thomas. Margaret Virginia Thomas, Alice Elizabeth Ricks. George Deaton Smith. Raymond Burch Stephens, Harry Hazel Kidwell, jr., Lillian May Stallings. John William Warring, Myron Asahel Philo. Gibson Milton Crockett, Evelyn Elizabeth Wylie, LeRoy Corri don. Aliene W. Corrick, Francis Emily Dixon. Laurence Leurs Riley, Norman Walla.ce Stansbury. Leona Estelle Shenk. Edwin Charles Coppage, Ray mond F. Fomacht. Leo Branch Dixon, Corleise Anita Penn, Florence Lorraine Oliver. Sylvia Kathryn Wilson, Earl Le Roy Schwier. Woodrow Kavaney Glas cock. Winifred Beatrice White, Theima Lueile Garner. George Collins, jr., Roy Addison Payne, Ella Grace Raley. Ver non Lucas Parker, jr., Virgie Williams, Jack Warren King. Joseph Walter Fritz. Nonie Elois?, Virginia Bradford, Vincent Ambrose Sisler. jr.. l^orraine Bond Mar tin, Etney Ainory Manuel, Marian Green Charles Orin Groves, Elvin Vergie Reed Eviin May \Valk?-r. Edward John Sum stine. Wilbur Sherman Tignov, Harry Bailey, Theima K Ricketts, Grace Mag THE REASON WHY! ?? ? m ? ? By Heath I OO "THESE FELLOWS FLEE IN HASTf ~~'f?OM YoNDEi? BOOSE IN WILt> C>I5MAY t'^aose onc??I5Neath "The mistletoe's fc&HC OP THE YgStfek&AV 3 daline Contella, Myrle Gladis Osborne, Morsell A. Brooke and William l.esbe Brooke (twins), Mary Augusta Collins, John Gill, Irma V. Nussbaum, Thomas Archabald Gheen. Mary Rebecca Brice, Edward Riley Gaylor, Hattie T.ouise Maddox, Helen Shenir. Mary Jane Nairn, Katherine Kiely, Mildred Virginia Mur ray. Mark Francis Col ton. Lymon R. Mackaboy, Richard Depenlioek. Francis Joseph Thomas, Howard Dee Redmond,. Leroy Rudasill. Mary Jane Rudasill, Nor wood Cunningham. Margaret Virginia Evans, Angela Dinkins, Roy E. Camp bell and Helen Staub. EVANGELIST TELLS HOW' | TO START THE YEAR RIGHT! Endeavor to Do All the Good and the Least Harm Possible, He Advises. Discussing the theme "Starting the Year Right" before the Washington Temple Congregation < non-sectarian) in New Masonic Temple yesterday aft ernoon. Evangelist J. L). Wright of the People's Pulpit Association of New York gave as an ideal New Year reso lution: "Endeavor to do all the good you can and' resolve to do the least harm possible in 1914." This resolution, he said, is perhaps the best that the Christian of today i can make, and in urging its adoption | he said: "Lay this resolution before your Creator in prayei4 and ask for power from on high that you may live each day In true emulation of Christ's example while on earth of "going about doing good.' ' Deplores Discussions of Creed. Mr. Wright referred to the discus sions going 011 in all parts of the world as to the relative merits of the teach ings of different denominations. This he deplored and ui^ed his hearers to do all in their power to impress 011 those about them the great need for less of such discussions and more of the living the life outlined in Christ's j teachings if eternal life is to be gained. ; i m ? CARABAO MAY CHANGE POLICY, j Rear Admiral Howard Also to Decide i on Remaining President. A meeting of the grand corral of the ! Military Order of the Carabuo is to be I held early in January, and at that time j it is expected a decision will be reached : regarding the future policy to be adopted ! as a result of President Wilson's criti cism of some features of the organiza tion's recent banquet. - Rear Admiral Howard, who was elect ed president of the order following the banquet, is expected to announce at the forthcoming meeting whether he will continue to hold that office. Secretary of the Navy Daniels suggested to him that lie refuse to accept. Admiral Howard has been ordered to take command of the Asiatic Meet, and leaves for his new post in a few weeks. Members? of the Carabao say that they will continue to hold their annual din ners. but that features which were found j objectionable this y?-ar will be eliminat- ; ?-d in the future. The "Damn, Damn, j Damn, the Insurrectos" song will not j be silng. W. A. Bickings Bitten by Dog. W. A. Pickings of 110S 8th street north east last night reported to the police that he had been attacked by a stray dog while on Alabama avenue near the Dis trict line. The dog bit his left leg. His wound was dressed by a physician in An aeostia and the poliee are searching for the animal, which will be killed if found. Plan New Juvenile Court Building. A bill for the erection of a new Juven ile Court building whien the President is to be a.-:ked to send to Pongress is be in>f prepared by Judge J. Wilmer l^atimer and Secretary ?'harles !>. Westcott of the advisory committee of the court. Rear Admiral Upshur Slightly 111. Rear Admiral John 11. Upshur, Fnited States Navy, retired, who was graduated from th<- Naval Academy in li>41, is slightly ill at his apartment in the Park wood. He celebrated his ninetieth birth day anniversary December 5 last at the Metropolitan Club. SNOWSTORM COMING, SAYS WEATHER BUREAU Headed This Way From Gulf and Due Tonight or To morrow. Get out the snow shovels and the old brooms and have them ready for action, because the weather bureau, in its weekly forecast, sees snow in the oiling. The forecast predicts snow for the middle Atlantic states tonight or tomorrow. New Kngland. the upper Ohio valley and the lower lake region also being in line for some real win try weather. The remainder of the country east of the Rocky mountains, according to the long-range prediction, will probably enjoy a continuance of fair weather. Hit the South First. The snow that is on its way hither is coming from the southwest, ~ai4b tn'e chances are it will not amount to a great deal "by the time the storm reaches this part of the country. The disturbance was central yester day over l-.oui.siana, and caused rains, mud. fogs anil other disagreeablenesses down around Pass Christian, Gulfpbrt i and those other little known places that are just now getting on the map by reason of President Wilson's holi day visit there. The storm is proceeding toward the northeast, causing cloudy weather and rains down in Dixie, and it is growing colder the farther north it comes. Therefore the prospective snow for to night or tomorrow. Coming From Pacific Coast. The next disturbance of importance j to cross the country, says the forecast, ; will appear 011 the north Pacilic coast to- | day or tomorrow, attended by high winds . and rain, and will cross the great cen- ' tral valleys about Thursday and the i eastern states Friday. This disturbance will cause local snows in the northern j states. Another disturbance will reach the north Pacilic coast about Thursday and will prevail over the middle west near j the end of the week. This disturbance j will be attended by general rains and snows and will be followed by decidedly colder weather. Ice Forms on River. Though the temperature Saturday night was but a few degrees below the freezing point, it was cold enough, ac cording to report, to make ice nearly an inch thick in many of the smaller J tributaries of the Potomac, and yester- , day morning the docks here and at j Alexandria were covered with sheets j of ice varying In thickness from that j of a sheet of paper to three-quarters of | an Inch. The flats on the Maryland j side of the river, opposite Alexandria, I were also covered with thin ice, which broke up during the day and was car ried by the winds to the eastern bank This is the lirst time this winter that Ice was made in the docks about the j city and shows that in spite of the mildness of the weather so far the water in the river is chilled and In condition to make ice quickly should a period come of three or four days of a below-freezing temperature. Officer* of the I. nlou Trust Co., s.w. cor. l.>th & H, are always pleased to be consulted regarding business and in vestment as well as banking matters.? Advertisement. * SUES DISTRICT FOR $33,003. Edward J. Lambert Blames Injury i on Street Sprinkling Method. The new method of sprinkling the i streets is blamed for causing injury to Edward S. I-ambert, who when alight- , ing from a car May 19 last at 7th and !?' streets fell on the slippery road. Mr. Lambert today brought suit against the District of Columbia to recover $30,000 damages. lie alleges that the municipality negli gently allowed the roadway to be cov ered with a greasy, watery substance which made the roadwuy slippery and dangerous for pedestrians. Attorneys Wilton J. Lambert and R. H. Yeatinan represent the plaintiff. On New Year's Day Serve FREE For tvery case of empty bottles you return to our driver* we Rive you a coupon, ami for twenty of these cou pons we ??ive absolutely free the above Handsome Nickel-plated Coaster Set. with satin-finish bot tom tray and six coasters with plate glass centers, and two nickel plated bottle holders. Save the bot tles and get this premium free. S3e?"Thn? offer for Fanrasiy YOUR FRIENDS WITH OUR GOOD OLD GERMAN STYLE BEERS, The mo>t wholesome and beneficial beers that are brewed in this country. Order a Case At once. Phone Lincoln 507. DIAMOND (LIGHT) MUNICH (UABKl BEER Case of 2 Bottles. ^ ^ Case of 2 Dozen WE DELIVER FREE Anywhere in Washington. Georgetown, Tenleytown. Chevy Chase. Briglitwood, Takoma. Brookland, Anacostia?in (act, anywhere in District. DROP POSTAL OB PHONE YOUR ORDER. NATIONAL CAPITAL BREWING CO. 14th and D Sts. S. K. Phone Lincoln 507. * TROOPS I, K AND M, 5TH CAVALRY, AT FORT MYER Headquarters and Band Also Arrive From Fort Huachuca?Col. W. E. Wilder in Command. Troops I, K and M, together with headquarters and the band of the 5th Cavalry, arrived at Fort Myer yesterday from Fort Huachuca, Ariz. Troop L already was at the Virginia post. Col Wilber E. Wilder of the 5th Cavalry assumed command of the post. Other officers who arrived yesterday are Maj. Lawrence J. Fleming, Chaplain James F. Houlihan (first lieutenant), 'Capts. Harry O. Willard, Clarence R. j Day, william M. Connell and Elliot Duncan (adjutant), First Lieuts. George L. Morri son, Charles W. Stewart. Philip H. Sheri dan and Henry W. Baird, Second Lieuts. John Milllkin, Leo G. Heffernan, Alex ander James, jr.. Homer M. Groninger and Louis A. Craig and Veterinarian James R. Haynes. Other Troops Scattered, One of the squadrons of the regiment Is at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and an other is at Fort Sheridan, 111. Troops of the 10th Cavalry from Fort Ethan Allen, Vt., relieved the 5tli Cavalry troops at Fort Huachuca. * ? TWO LAUNDRIES ROBBED. Chinamen of Same Name Report Losses by Forcible Entry. Two Chinese laundrymen, each giving the name of Lee Sing, complained to the police that their places of business 4iad been robbed. One laundry is at 213 41'2 street southwest and the other is at 401 New Jersey avenue southeast. The former was entered at an early hour yes terday morning and robbed of a revolver, several packages of laundry and $1.50 in cash. The Lee Sing who is in business at the New Jersey avenue address, this morn ing told of how his place had been entered and robbed. The roubery was committed while he was visiting friends. Entrance was gamed by forcing a rear door, the Chinaman stated, and a re volver, two pounds of tea, a box of cigars and 75 cents were taken. JOHN CALEB BENTLEV DIES ' AT SANDY SPRING HOME For Years Frominent Member of Quaker Colony in That Section. Funeral Today. John Caleb Bentlev, for many years a prominent member of the Quaker colony of Sandy Spring, \ld., died Saturday at his home, Cloverly, near Sandy Spring, after a long illness. Mr. Bentley had been engaged in farming on a large scale for the greater part of his life. The people of that region, in nearly all cases members of the Society of Friends, are noted for their hospitality and cul ture, and Mr. Bentley had a iarge num ber of friends among the Washingtonians who have spent their summers at one or another of the beautiful farms nearby. I Athletic ability also has always run strongly in the members of the colony, and a son of the deceased. Jack Bent.ey, is at present on trial as a pitcher by the Washington base ball club. The funeral took place this morning at 10:30 o'clock from Cloverly. Interment was in the Friends' burying ground. FIREMEN SCORE AS KNITTERS. Men on Fireboat Make Fine Shawls During Leisure Hours. The men attached to the fireboat have joined others in the District fire depart ment in the manufacture of fine woolen shawls for their wives and sweethearts, and it is said that sixteen ladies are now proud possessors of these beautiful arti cles of comfort and utility from the hands of the river front firemen. Several weeks ago a drummer for a cloth cleaning com pound visited the different fire engin< houses about the city and showed the men how to knit the shawls. The men while waiting for calls t-o extinguish fires have lots of time on their hands and the idea took like vaccination on a good sub ject. For the past month the men at the Fre lighter house have been busy knitting and have turned out sixteen of the shawls each of which is four feet eight inches square, with a deep fringe. - Home Damaged by Fire. Fire yesterday afternoon damaged the residence of John Ross at 49th and Jef ferson streets northeast. An overheated kitchen stove, the police were told, start ed the blaze. Ross estimated his loss at $500. The house was not insured. ? * = specialists in Player-Pianos O, Get a Victor-Victroia For New Year's Eve ?We have special records for every new tango?every new dance?every new step?things that you cannot lay your hands on elsewhere. ?In addition to DeMoll's Victrola ex perts?we have DeMoll's dance ex perts, who make a special study of every new popular dance and select from the thousands of Victrola records those that are particularly adapted to it. ?Whatever dance records you require for New Year s eve, come to us and you'll get them. Victor-Victrolas $15 to $200 Terms arranged if desired. i J. De Moll. Emmons S. Smith. O. J. DeMoll & Co. 12th and G Sts. N.W. Sole Representatives for Stein way and Weber Pianola Plaver-Pianos. = The House of Quality and Service. rn> U] 12 eggs, 16 level tablespoonfuls pulverized sugar, l pint of Christian Xander's OLD RE SERVE RYE WrHISKY, pint highest grade Jamaica rum, 2 quarts milk. Beat yolks and suga* together, add liquors and milk and stir thoroughly. Beat whites ?nd serve a small bit with each glass of nog. Grate a little nut meg on top. i Christian Xander, 909 7th St. Phone M. 274. t'r i I I 1 t\v* I fc fci i! fe i? CITY ITEMS. Mixrd .VutM, 1c: It PWkm. Haiiiai. 2Soi 4 cans Tomatoes, 25c; White Potatoes. 24e pk.; Peanut Butter, 11c lb.; ?? lbs. Prunes. 25e; Sugar. 4l?<- lb : Hams. 1t>o lb.; Bloaters, .'5<?c doz.; Dates, pkg. The J. T. D. Pyles Stores. Marlon Leonard In "Tfce M atcher of I the Xight." today, Virginia Theater. We'll Kill lour Special Mlllnork ?orders in record time. Stock and ma chines on premises. RISING BR BROS. Plenty of Knap In Heurleh'a Beer*. These hearty, wholesome beverages mer it a place in your home. Every drop sat isfies, benefits. Order rase for New Year. '1 doz. Maerzen or Senate. (Lager. $1.50). Bottle rebate. ."iOc. Tel. W. 1?M>. Flower studies. Schmidt, 719-21 13th st. Pure Huftaet Cider, SAc Gal. T. M. Whitney, 471 Pa. ave. Phone N. 'J76::. Sofoa Baking Powder. Superior to any other at any pile* 25c a pound. Vnleanlaslna:?Bicycle Tires, 50e. J. M- SPONWGLE, S16 9th st. n.W. "Quality Coal" End* Your Coal Trouble*. Agnew&Co.,340 Woodward bldg. Main3008. The Fountain I*en Shop Will t are Your sick pen. All makes. 1421 Pa. ave. Phone Your Want Ad to The Star. Main 2440. Choir* of Nurses Furnishes Music. Rev. Hugh T. Stevenson conducted services in the chape! at St. Elizabeth yesterday afternoon, a choir composed of nurses at the institution furnishing the music, which was under the direction of E. T. Davis, with Mrs. Lizzie Nelson of Anacostia as organist. If I HEALTH CANDIES lOO^i I'l RL. I I I '!' ill Sweets, 40c and bOc Lb. These unrivaled Candies combine the most nour ishing food values. 1203-1205 G St. New War Favors. Parcel Post Headquarters for ale ndars I11 this sr-'at stock you will tinj every -ivle of Calendar. Markeil at tiiodvnto prices. The E.Morrison Paper Go. 1009 Pa. Ave. N.W. Hot Water Heating Installed. Cash or Credit. Ask Us for Free Estimate. Detroit Heating Company, No. 703 Fifteenth Street. Second Floor. Phone Main 7308. Regimental Punch for New Year's Receptions. A delightful punch to serve to your guests. Red or White. Dilute to proper strength with carbonated water. 65c quart; K.H'J gallon. T0=KAL0N CO.. INC. 1405 F St. Phone Main 998. H0dgeS makey ready to | pour new' 1914" Blank Books aud liule Loose Leaf Sheet;; to o Vr. BIG BLANK BOOK SHOP, Star Building Annex. 1890?Established 23 Years?1913 WHEN you advertise systematically you can look for cumulative results. We write the right ads to make advertising good advertising. Star Ad Writing Bureau Robert W. Cox. SgK,.?. F. T. Hurley. st" C. C. Archibald, m*m Eyeglasses Made To Order. Remember. I.eov- makes all hyegiass?? rigut ?m the prfiaiw-s in one of tbe bent c?|tii|?ped optical factories In Amrrlri. The glasses are acientMcaSly au<! optically cur rect. M.A.LEESE SJJ'Si. ui AMUSEMENTS. COLUMBIA TOXKIHT AT *:15. | M AT1M? AT 2 15 JtIH RS. AMI SAT. jj Araraie Russelll i AMI li?>R POMKDY HIMI'ANV Tuw.. Krt.. Sat. Mat, ai-l Niirht. thi: sihooi. i"??it scandal. Wed. and Thttm. NigUts and 'I'burs. Mat., m STOOPS i<> i ?iNt.ti 1 B XKXT WEEK- <jl l.I.N of* TMK MOV1HK. NATION A L Spfi'lal iMir'n !??> Matlarr. ^ARi* Npvt \V ppL' Mminw'fi ska I s 'n <**-v nrH' s*tur<f*y. THI ft SI *4 T Tno w erba-Lutwlirr Oimtu hi\, Present*. CHRISTlf AACM1ALD "Sweethea rts ACADEMY i";:;. 25c RvrnlBK*. STip, :55c and KI.I.VIT A OAZ/.OLO PRKSKNT TfiE SPENDTHRIFT POKTKIt KMKRSiiN BROWNE'S VITAL DOMKSTl" DKAMV NIvXT WKKK ONE WOMAN'S I.H'K B E L ASC O TONIGHT 8 :2G WED. MAT., 25c TO $1 SPECIAL MAT. NEW YEAR'S. Mr. Wintbrop Ames Presents tin- Brill.aat Comedy l>y Arnold Bennett. "Tie Greai Adventure" Ba-.fJ on His Novel. "Buried Aiive." With I yn lUrditi; and Janet Beecher. NOTE?TRAFFIC IN SOILS TODAY, TOMORROW aud FUIDAY Aftenwii* Af 1! and 3:150 P.M.. B. f. KEITH'S 3.; MAT., 25c EVE.. 25 to 75c PAUL ARMSTRONG Author "\i!an Jimmy Xaientlue," lllf. Presents His Greatest llit. "WOMAN PROPOSES" With Kuril Vlien anil < oinpany u( K!)thl EDWIN STEVENS & CO. SOPHIE TUCKER SIX OTHER NEW YEAR STAR ? Maliiiee UaBsanlr I I* . p.m. In Prom enade l.iiuaer. \u extra eharnr. POLI'S Popular I'oli I'lHjcr* T? lee Mailt in I haonliiK l*olloek*M OreuteM I'lnt "IN THE BISHOP'S CARRIAGE" \nt (;??<! .M. Cohan** Kauiout* Sun et<i \\ eek Ir. MINI l l> KKllM HKO XDU W COSMOS VAUU?Vli.L? PICiUrttS CASINO WaSters Art OaElenes, Bali i\ioi:i . The "Poor A>vi' iatioi" .if ; itii .r ? is . t i r i7<sl to sa> tli -jOALl.ElilKS ?r Mr. II. \\ VI. TKRS. CII AKLKS :ii.-? < KNTHI. STREETS. will In- open t?> tbe public All WEDNESDAYS aid SATIRDAYK Ol JAN I'ARY. l'EURI ARV. MAIH II and APRIL, and als-i PASTER MONDAY Utd 22nd 1KB RL'ARY, Ix'twet-u Ibc hoars of 11 and 4 o'clock Tlck? ts of admission. fifty cuts each may b ordered or pun-lia-ed at the Belvedere Hotel. the Stafford I!??*.-:. Ha tiin"re. aitd also at Harris A Shaf'r ?'<?.. Ill:; Pa. u?c. ."!? <MYIT?W Max *pleKel I'rfifMta The Hah, itah Mion TUB lOIJlXiK t.lHO With Mr. \HK HKVNOLUK Next Week?The Beauty Parade. DANCING. I'ONV E.N I io.N IMI.L DANC1NO E\ Kltl E\ I VINO. VDMISSION 1 UEE. TON M i H I". PKIZE PISH W ALK Dancing New Year'- Vfternooo and Niglit. - oIbbs-Imu V A I K ST 01DlO, 1121 li b n.w. Phone \. 1992. BRAZILIAN .\I\XIXK. SHuRKHAM GLIDB and all new dao<-es taught in btudio. bom* or club. Guar, proficiency. Special iiarty rates. i7\M KS NATIONAL KII I.KS ARMOUV ~ Every Tbtiw.. i'riday and Sat. evening*. 2 orcii?'>tras: ?'oulinuoua dain uip. ^ >< ?? H. DAVISON'S STI DlO, 719 otli n.vv.: reliable, yi-ars of exp.: 1 step fisii walk. augo. besita tfon waltz: all latl?? dance- taught aud cimrali teed in few lemons; private any hour; tca<1?ers. Prof. & Mrs. ? dale-.'. Pn?eve. M. 4ti>4. <TTo\ KU S. Ill;: 22nd. .I'll. \V. Iim#. LPSSONS any lc'itr. jiic i'i?b Walk, 1-atep, Whirl, B?>s ton, Tmuko, Waltr, 2-ste|> taujrht. C'las^ and dunee. Ttie>., Thnrs.. Sjit. eve*.. Thv. Ladles fr?* MISK ' IIAPPkLbaR, l:tl2 ^ ST. N.W.; MIONK N. uvu. Parisian tnup'. Hia/i>iiiu max lie: nit newest tsiijsi>es; all tbe latest dancett laugh:; private lessons auy iwiur; ball for t>-nt. DANt t mi-sir: moT>kiT.\T1 prdkh:: I'rof. Varrella tbe only reliable harpist In Washington, will ftimisli orchestra* for all easions. PostM1 ltd Pa. ate. II.w. Pb. M. .">022. iMNT KI.AND. ^i M AND (i STS. S 1 .- MO~nT?A>7 Wednesdsy and Saturday ev?*s.. )?:o0 to 12. l-'isli walk, tango, one-step. Class. 7 to 8 p.tu. on our regular dance ni^Uts. All the latent dances taught and guaranteed. QPIt'K ineth<*i All latest dance* taught private any hour; class Tuesday and Saturday. T:!W; lesson. 50c: ? for J2,.V>, PROP. WYNDHAM, K1C 12tb n.w. Lady assistant. Phone Main 5079. ' PRIVATK DANTINt; S< 11?>OL, Me I?sco Theater. M. 5829-V Argeutioe Tango. Trotting, Dips. Kisb Walk. Lone and Short Boston, etc. SKLKOT. DOROTHY PI'.AK S sT l7t7' T~~ STUDIO OIT dancing. 912 l??tli nl.-Kiery Intent dan.e taught Private iustriietior. Mill teach at houiaa, ciuba or parties. Exbibilionii ghen Pboae M. 11ST.