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Electric Automatic Cooker. ?ee our New Fireless Cooker; best yet. 616 12th. C. A. Muddiman & Co. 1204 O. Superior Developing: and f5niancementa? Columbia Photo Sup. Co.. 1434 N. Y. ava. f < The Moon <? The moon gets full, and men don't care; it isn't charged with sordid sin : there is no stellar cop ttp there, to run the jingled moon lets iti. The organ of the Milky Way has no reporter flip, to write, and in police court diction say, "The moon was full again last night." What though the moon, at every chance, falls off celestial water carts? It fills the night world with romance and freshens up our jaded hearts. Beneath the moon the lovers walk, and pour their vows in happy ears; the sun will never hear such talk, though it may shine a million years. Be neath the moon the old men dreani of bygone struggles, loves and cares: in all the years no solar gleam will stir up tender thoughts like theirs. The daytime land marks disappear when Ltina her effulgence sends: beneath the moon one seems to hear thej voices of his long dead friends 1 The ghostly shadows float and | play like eives in an enchanted! land, and worldly things seem far | awav, and mystic things seem I close at hand. And so I love the moonlit night, when every glade has fairy rings: for T've grown wearv of the fight that every garish morning brings. WALT MASON. ALONG THE RIVER FRONT. Arrivals. Schooner Edith Verrall. cord wood from a down-river point e.t an Eastern branch wharf for I*. A. Clarke & Son; United States fisheries bureau steamer Philarope, at 12th street wharf, from Bryans point after bunker coal; schoon er S. L* Bo wen. at 13th street wharf, cord wood from Wades bay, for J. H. Carter & Co.; schooner Oscar, railroad ties from Nomini, at 10th street wharf for Clarke & Son; barge Columbia, at Georgetown, with coal from Baltimore for the Washington Gas Light Com pany: barge Safety, from New York, at Georgetown, with paving block for the Cranford Paving Company; schooner Mary Ann Shea, cord wood from a down-river point for local dealers; steamer Newport News, from Norfolk and Old Point; steamer Frederick de Bary, from Mattox creek. Colonial Beach and river landings; steamer Vik ing, at Alexandria, with fish scrap from Coan river. Departures. Schooner S. T. White, light, for Mary land point to load cord wood back to this city; bugeye Twilight, light, for the eastern shore of Chesapeake bay to load: steamer Northland, for Old Point and Norfolk; steamer Wakefield, for river landings to Nomini creek; barges Baltimore. Howard Cecil and Virginia, light, in tow for bay points and Bal timore; flattie M. E. Ewell, light, from 11th street wharf for a bay point to load; power boat Daisy, from Alexan dria for Piscataway creek, wi^h mer chandise; flattie Rattler, from Alexan dria for a lower-river point. Tugs and Tows. Tug Defiance arrived at Georgetown towing coal and paving block laden barges and left with four light barges for bay points; tug James O. Carter ar rived with light Consolidated Coal Company barge from the mouth of the river; tug Eugenia left with lighters for digging machines working opposite Alexandria: tug l.ouise arrived with brick and stone laden lighters and left with lighters laden with material for the Occoquan workhouse; tug Walter F. Meade arrived with sand and gravel laden lighters from Mattawornan creek. Memoranda. Schooner Mildred has sailed from j Nomini cliffs with pulp wood for Alex andria to be shipped to West Virginia, schooner William H. Whiting is on her way to this city from Nomini with J cord wood; schooner Beatrice is due to sail from a river point for this city with railroad ties; ,?rhoon#-r Raymond Is on her way to Alexandria with pulp wood from a Potomac point: schooner J a. J. Marvel i? on her way to the Rap pahannock river to load lumber for j this city or Baltimore, schooner Mabel i and Ruth is reported at Newbern. N. C., ! to load pine lumber for the dealer!* ? here; schooner Eleanor Russell haa ar- j rived in Chicomuxen creek from Alex andria and will load cord wood for local dealer? Addresses College Women's Club. Rear Admiral Charles H. Stockton, president of George Washington T'nl versitv, last ni^ht delivered an ad dress before the members of the Col- j leg*- Woman's Club. He advocated I equal educational opportunities for ] men and women : if J.\l 7!frTft'?aridllBr 3WB! JUS" Noboby Iss Home By R. Dirks Originator of the Katxenjammer K'dj To Be Continued In The Sunday Star Comic Section Tomorrow. William McK. Clayton Addresses the Park View Citizens' Association. The work of the public utilities com mission of the District of Columbia was commended by William McK. Clayton in an address last night before the Park View Citizens' Association, In Whitney Avenue Christian Church. Since the organization of the commis sion It has received fifteen applica tions for permission to Issue stocks and bonds of a total value of $13,500, 000, but has approved the issuance of securities of only two and a half mil lion dollars' value, said the speaker. Had Washing-ton been provided with a utilities board at the time Massachu setts was stock-waterine would have been prevented and citizens of the capi tal today might be enjoying a three cent rate on local street railway lines, he declared. Pleads for Railways. Mr. Clayton made a plea for fair play toward the railway companies, which are threatened by jitney bus competi tion. "If any special exemptions are to be granted by the utilities commission to j the jitney promoters let them be ex- | | tended rather to those railway com- i j panies which have borne the stress and ! storm of the lean years in the trans- j portation business in the District." He also paid a tribute to Commis- i sioner Oliver F. Newman. In the absence of President McGrath, who is in the west, James L. Wilmeth, chief clerk of the Treasury Depart ment, and vice president of tile associa- ! tion, presided. J. F. Culverwell, for many years sec- ' retary of the organization, tendered his resignation. Press of business made it necessary that Mr. Culverwell give up the office. Members Are Elected. The following members were elected: Charles E. Berry, W. G. Ward, Lewis T. Collins, Walter Freeh, J. K. Bittenben der, D. H. Michael. Fred J. Marlnee. Tunis Hicks, George W. Brown, Her bert G. Norton, John A. Colborn, James M. Hartley, G. C. McDonald, A. L>erie kas, Henry H. Carter and T. F. Murphy. On motion of Delos M. Carter, chair man of the committee on streets, side walks and parkings, the association ' passed a resolution favoring an amend ment to the District building regula-i tions, requiring that'plans und speci-j fl cat ions for dwellings to be erected in j the District shall conform to the grades and levels established for the street; and alleys abutting the ground upon which it is proposed tv build. Preston Shannon of*the lawns and gardens committee announced that! prizes will be awarded in the fall toj Park View residents for the best-kept! front and back lawns. School Bids to Be Opened. Report was made by Charlton M. I Clark, chairman * cf the schools com mittee, as to the progress being made toward getting work started on the Park View School. Revised bids for construction of the building are to be opened by the municipal authorities ! next Monday. Reports of committee work and an-; nouncement of the personnel of com-j t mittees whidi will look after the asso-i i ciatlon's affairs during the year was! made Mr. Wilmeth announced th;<t the Home and School Association of anp.inuap mm m K3?a the Monroe School will hold a carnival ? .Tune 2 and 3 for the purpose of raising money to keep the school playground. in operation during the summer. j A demonstration of Boy Scout work,! directed by Scout Masters Holmes ot j Troop 32, Cushman of Troop 33 and j Harries of the Takoma Park troop, i brought the meeting to a close. The association adjourned until October. EIGHTY-THREE INDIGENTS ARE GIVEN LEGAL ADVICE Legal Aid Society of George Wash ington University Law School Issues Report. Eighty-three indigent applicants for legal advice were given assistance dur ing the last year by the Legal Aid So ciety of the George Washington Uni versity Law School, according to^the annual report of the organization, just issued by the retiring secretary, James C. Rogers. Eighteen of the cases involved do mestic relations: ten were cases of personal property and nine involved claims for wages. Among the other cases handled were: Real property, 8; criminal, 6: insanity, 3; torts, 4; con tract, 3; debt claims (plaintiff), 6: debt claims (defendant), 5, and miscella neous, 11. Advisory opinion was given in fifty 1 five cases and fifteen were rejected as i improper. One suit was handled in the j Municipal Court and one in the Juve nile Court. One claim was probated and one case was withdrawn by the client, j Six cases now are pending. The society is composed of ad vanced students in th<- 'aw school and Ian honorary member. .j> of graduates i of the institution. The students ren der necessary advice and the alumni members handle the eases that have to be taken into court. Orville R. Vaughan has been elected chairman of the society for the ensu ing year and Harold X. Marsh has been chosen secretary-treasurer. James P. Pierce is the retiring chairman. flaltfmore & Ohio?? I*iraIiro HacfH. Baltimore, May 1 to 1*. Trains "Every j hour on the hour" to Camden station. Street cars direct to track.?Advertise ment. j RUNAWAY AUTO HITS CAR. i 1 Dr. Elnora C. Folkmar's Machine Is Damaged in Collision. J An electric automobile belonging to Dr. ! Etnora Cuddeback Folkmar, IMS N street , northwest, collided with a street car near j Connecticut avenue and X street last | night about D:1T? o'clock and was damaged j to the amount of $4f). I l>r. Folkmar was operating iier electric when the vehicle suddenly stopped and refused to move. Alighting from the ve hicle, the physician pusheo it along the street and succeeded in getting it started, I but was unable to board it. ?Joshua Jordan, a chauffeur, went to her I assistance, boarded the runaway electric and tried to stop it, but did not succeed [before it collided with the car. He man aged to escape injury. Delta Theta Phi Men Banquet. ! Members of the Edward Douglas White Senate of the Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity held their annual ban quet at the Willard Hotel Thursday evening. Guests of honor were the honorary members. Chief Justice Shep ard of the Court of Appeals of the Dis trict of Columbia, Frank J. Hogan, Charles J Murphy, Charles A. McCar thy and John W. Yerkes. Those who responded to toasts were j Joseph A. Albir:, Humphrey Scott i Shaw, William E Padden, Henry W. j Driscoll, Donald E. Long and William j E Lovely. Dean Herbert E Richard j was toastinaster. iBin?iffliiiWii!mi!!ffl;iinniiiiimimCTt!m!nin!Tiniiniiininnnnianiiitiuniiiiwt?ifr^r*.iiniit.i<.ii> 8 B Business Prosperity Follows | the Use ot Adams Printing | Abundant crops are assured when you sow good seed and give proper attention to the details of cultivation. jj Adams printing is good business - producing |g seed. It is the product of Adams * service?and i Adams service is based on the knowledge gained during thirty odd years' practical experience in the . printing business. ^ ? Sow Adams Printing now and your business will surely grow and prosper. You are welcome to make free use of Adams service to insure the best results. U m BYRON S. ADAMS, "I Never Disappoint," ' THE SERVICE SHOP. ^ 512 Eleventh Street. 1 Citizens' Northwest Suburban Asso- j eiation Will Observe Mothers' Day Tomorrow. Calling upon all the citizens of Wash ington to celebrate Mothers" day to morrow hy wearing the white carna- I tion as an honor badge, the Citizens' Northwest Suburban Association cor- 1 dially approved the national movement "to honor the exalted name of mother," at the regular May meeting of the as sociation held in the Masonic Hall at Tenleytown last night. The resolution was presented by James Giles and unanimously adopted. Twenty-five dollars is to be donated 1 by the association to the special com- ! mittee of one hundred which is pre paring facts and arguments for the congressional committee which is in- 1 vestigating the financial relations of ? the United States and the District of Columbia, according to a resolution presented by W. K. Osmond and adopt- , ed by the association. "Reckless automobile drivers in | Washington are getting as thick as ; hairs on a cat's back," declared Presi- ] dent Charles C. Lancaster, speaking upon a resolution offered by I >r. A. M. | Ray opposing "any and all reckless and1 excessive speed of automobiles and motor cycles 011 our streets and ave nues," and urging "that the police reg ulations be amended by limiting the speed of automobiles and motor cycles on business streets and on streets ami avenues having car tracks to eight miles an hour, and on country roads to twelve miles an hour." "A poor man's life is as valuable to him as a rich man's life is to him," con tinued Mr. Lancaster. "The life of any man in Washington is of more value than all the automobiles in the city." Holds Present Rate Too High. The present rate of twenty miles an hour is too fast, other citizens de clared, and the unanimous opinion of those present seemed to be that a jail sentence is the only adequate penalty for reckless drivers who injure people by running them down. President Wilson is to be sent a copy of a resolution unanimously adopted] by the association last night upon "home rule in the District of Co lumbia." "The principle of home rule is as dear to the people of this District as it is to all the people of the states, and which has been embodied in the plat-j forms of both the democratic and re publican parties," reads the resolution to be sent to the President. "We earnestly petition the President of the United States, in making future appointments to office in the District of Columbia, to select only bona tide resi dents and responsible citizens to ad minister our local affairs, and thereby practice what he so eloquently preaches. We call his attention especially to the l? important offices of Commissioner and recorder of deeds." In presenting this resolution Presi dent Lancaster voiced his belief in the integrity of K. S. Martin, former super intendent of playgrounds. There's going to be a shake-up in Tenleytown soon, according to action | taken by the association last night. On resolution of Fred J. Heider, any mem ber of the association who has not j paid his dues from January 1, 1915, on i or before the annual meeting in June, shall not be entitled to vote at that or subsequent meetings. Small's Flowers for Mothers' 13ay j ?greetings and remembrances. J. II. Small & Sons, 15th & H, Washington; j Waldorf-Astoria, & 1153 Broadway, N.Y. ?Advertisement. POSTPONED UNTIL TUESDAY. Hearing .on Rule Against Brewery Strikers to Be Heard Then. Justice McCoy of the District Su preme Court. has continued until Tuesday hearing on the rule issued against the striking brewery helpers and labor unions charged by Theodore G. Stoner with "picketing" his place of business, at 206 7th street south west. Agreement also was reached that the rule in the case of Charles Wolf of 1202 Water street southwest against the same unions and certain of the individual strikers should be heard at the same time. Attorneys Ralston & Richardson appeared for the defendants and plead ed for the setting of a day for the hearing. Attorneys l^eon Tobriner, A. II. noil and J-. A. Bailey represent the saloonkeepers. j SIS.00 Yew York and Return. &S.00 | Baltimore & Ohio. Leave Union sta j tion 12:20 tonight.-?Advertisement. GLEE CLUB PICKS OFFICERS. i . 1 J. H. Washington Chosen President of Ainphion Organization. At a recent meeting of the Amphion Glee Club the following persons were! elected to office for the year: J. H. Washington, president: George) H. Jefferson, vice president; Clarence J A. Barbour. secretary; Charles A.J 'Champ, treasurer; Leon Leonard, libra-j rian: Prof. J. Henry Lewis, manager; and director. The officers will be in stalled June 7, at which time a ban-; <juet will be given. Arrangements i were also perfected for the usual out-! ing to be given June IS. j Accompanies Gov. Goldsborough. Attorney Samuel Maddox of the local j bar accompanied Gov. Goldsborough and the Maryland delegation which I left Baltimore Thursday for California, j The delegation will visit the San Diego ! exposition before going to San Fran cisco. Maryland day is to be celebrated at the latter exposition May 20, on \ whirli occasion T. J. C. Williams, a brother-in-law of Mr. Maddox and juvenile judge of Baltimore, will de liver the oration at the dedication of the Maryland building. GEORGETOWN DEBATERS MEET BOSTON COLLEGE Event Will Be Held Tomorrow Night?Keen Rivalry Between the Two Institutions. Robert M. Montgomery, presiding judge of the United States Court of Customs Appeals; Charles H. Robb, as sociate justice of the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia; Dr. Henry J. Harris, chief of the document di vision of the Library of Congress; Al len C. Clark, attorney at law, and James Mooney of the bureau of Ameri can ethnology will be the judges of the intercollegiate debate to be held tomorrow evening at Gaston Hall between a team from Boston College of Boston and selected debaters from George town College. As a spirited rivalry ex ists between the two colleges in forensic endeavor, the debate is ex pected to draw a large audience. The Boston debaters are Edward A. McLaughlin, jr.. 18; Francis .1. MU honey, '16. and Edmund J. Brandon, 15. Georgetown's representatives are \V. St. .John Garwood, '17; Rufus S. Lusk. '17, and William J. Cullinan, "15. The subject of the debate is "That the federal government should adopt a polcv of building up a merchant marine by subscribing for 51 per cent, of the capital stock of a corporation to be engaged in the foreign trade." Candidates for Office Nominated. At a meeting held veste* day by the Social Club of the Hebrew Home for the Aged, the follow ing candidal ? s were nominated for the various otfices; President, Miss Edith B. Levitt and Samuel Gelblaum; vice president, Miss V. Krupsaw and Morris Greenbaum; secretary, Morris Stearman; treasurer, H. B. Bachrach and Louis Rayaback; sergeant-at-arms. Miss Etta Malinsky ami Miss Rose Herman. The election will take place Sunday, May 1G. YOUR BREAD ?APPETITE is bound to be big when the plate holds Memberg's Top-Noch BREAD Every crumb is savory, satisfying, wholesome. Won't you try a loaf? 5c 3t grocers' Notice to Lovers ot Genuine Lager Beer The CI ass Nachod Brewing Co. of Philadelphia tak pleasure in introducing to the people of Washington their famous bran ds of Genuine Lager Beers Strictly Union Brewed and Bottled Pure, Palatable and Perfect Aged in the Wood?Strictly High Grade Aristocrat Beer (Brewery Bottling) The Choice of Discriminating People At $2 per Cass of 24 Bottles (50c refund for return of crate and bottles) Class & Nachod Lager Light or Dark A Case of 24 Bottles, $1.60 (50c refund for return of crate and bottles) Order ,a Case Today Mail or Phone Orders Promptly Filled JOSEPH BUSH, Sole Distributer for Washington, D 1737 Penna. Ave. N.W. Phone Main 3043. CITY ITEMS Mar of (he K??|, Rml Winter \\ h.M Flour. .<s in. |,M . ,j is. 4 lbg I-.V.!]! IVuflM's. -J.-,,.. - n,s Small Prunes, j.arae Prunes, Hie; Kvap. Apricots, i-o. 1 arg"e cans Cal. Peaches, lOc; large cans Pineapple. l."c; Standard Toma toes. bV; Blue Bell Tomatoes. 7 V: Blue Bel! Corn. T'^c; 15c cans Tuna Fish, lor; Banjo Brand Salmon, 8c; .'i cans Polk Baked Beans. 1??e; Sugar Corn. 5c: K. J. Peas, oc: Kx. Small Sift ed Jv J. Peas. 7J2c; Choice White Pota toes. J 5c; Peanut Butter. l<?c; Navy Beans, Gc; Lima Beans. 8c: Penn Mar Syrup, lor; 12 lbs. White Meal. jr?o; loaves Bread, loC; Randalls Grape Juice, quarts, 25c; ,*S Oleine Soap, 10c: lbs. Starch, loc; lo ihs. Washing Soda. Inc. 14;:8 P st. n.w. and all the J. T. D Pyles Stores. *7 ( olduell Holl-Rearin^ Lawn Mower*. S4.50. Geo. X. Holland Co.. 15th & II n.e. Co.'s profit-sharing rebate at end season. Magnetic Compasses. Schmidt, 719-2113th Go to Armstrong**!, 3211 14th St., for Good Home-cooked Dinner?35c. Kisinjrer** ilethe?da Lumber Yard Saves suburban customers necessity of hauling from town. Big stock, low prices. Paperhansrinc;. Window Shades, Picture J^ames. Spelshouse. 1016 7th n.w. Main Charlie Chaplin daily. Virginia. 008 r*th PJione Your Want Ad to Tke Star. Mai:? 2440. Col. Lloyd B. Huff Dead. Word has been received here of the i death in Greensburg. Pa.. Wednesday of Col. Lloyd B Huff "AMERICAN" ICE CREAMS?WATER ICES 50c the Quart Phone 1S47. Conn. Ave. at M. I $1 STAG HOTEL ??S fttli Street, nv. r Virginia Tlu-ater. Tak ? Elevator. He*t HOOMS in city, Parquet floor: .??et'i veilings; shower hath, toilet and lavatory; tele phones; French uindbwn; " ritloK tables; metal lockerw; shoes shitied while you sleep, etc. I*ver> thln? sunitary. JU.OO aind J? I Jin per day. Special Meekly rntew. l.<x>k >m over. Daily Prize to Amateur Photographers - To enoouragp stealer Interest Id Amateur I .lotography \vp offer a daily prize of $1.00 M. A. LEESE 0 ne Little Moth ?Can do a whole lot of damage If it uet.s into rhe house. Order a supply or r.ir Bass, Tar Paper and Cedar Ba*? now. E. Morrison Paper Co. _ 1009 Pa. Ave. Reeves Chocolates Thev owe their popularitv to their vast superiority. ^0c a Pound i I'ore Cream f'araraeln, 4?k' lb. Reeves, 1209 F Street Hodges to make your Blank Books to order. Big Bookbinder? and Blank Book Shop Stnr Building Annex. Get EXCURSIONS. Forty-Mile Trip TO INDIAN HEAD 2:30 SUNDAY Steamer Macalester Leaves Seventh street wharf for tnst ?annuity sail of the season, affording a de lightful trip down the beautiful Potomac, returning 8 p.m. EXCELLENT CAfe A la carte dining service. Fish dinner. Shad, steaks, cheps. famous clam chow der and Maryland fried chicken; fresh vegetables. Dining: room of the steamer Charles Macalester will open at 2 p.m. to ac commodate early arrivals. 25c Round Trip 25c DANCING. GLOVE ICS. 613 i!2nd. PH. W. 1129. PRIVATE lessons any hour. 00c. Fox trot. wait*, om step. hesitation, Boston, etc. Class and danca. Toes., fhurs.. Sat, even.. SOe. Ladles free. i-hivate o.Nur. MILLERS' m-.i.kux. ALL BALLROOM DANCES. Belasco Theater. Phone M. G829-W. SIMMKK KATES-ALL BALLROOM DAN'CKS PROF. WYNDIIAM, MME. BURSAY and MISS MILLER, prof, teachers. Prise dancing taught. Class Thar#., 8 p.m. 816 121b n.w. Ph. M. 5?70. AMUSEMENTS. NATIONAL spbM.?k.r ABORN In the Perennial Favorite, ROBIN BiOOD Mats. Tues. and Thur. All Seats 25c. Mat. Sat. S?*ats 25^ and 6<V. Next Week?THE RED WIDOW. (|wjT|rt. Chain Bridge Park NEW ATTRACTIONS. OPENS TONIGHT. Then on Saturday. May 15. and Every Day ant Night Thereafter. DANCING S TO 12 P.M. BOVELLO S ORCHESTRA. BELASCO 15c, 20c, 30c WITH THF. FIGHTING FORCES OF EI"ROPE In Kinemacolnr. POLI'S ALL THIS WEEK TWICE DAILY?2:20, 8:20. THE NEW POLI PLAYERS la NEARLY MARRIED Next Week?Seven Keys to Baldpfite. ARCADE TOMGHT?DA\CIXG. Wednewday, Thurnday, Friday. SKATIXCI?Monday, Tnenday, Thamday and Every Afternoon. THE CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART. Fmnt May 1st to Max 17th. Inclusive. aSPECIAL. EXHIBITION IN THE Hemicycle Hall of Four Mural Paintings r'.v Mil. <\ V. TTRNKR. Executed f.ir the Wisconsin state capitol torn Madison. Wis. B. F KFITH'S *>?f.v-2:15 *8:1?. 1 * JtvCllin & Sun.? 8:00 ft 8:13 1 Plioncn?Mnln 44S4 and 4485. Mat*., 25c. Kveninfr*, 25e to 91* "She is Joan."?Times. NAZIMOVA In Marion Craig Wentworth's "War Rridea." Nine Supporting Comedy Feature?. Sunday Ma?. ? Electrical Scoreboard of Game at DefroiJ. Next,Week?The Gorgeous $30,(100 Spring Fashion Show WITH PRKTTY PKCiliY HOPKINS And Twenty Mannequin Beauties in a Sjperh Style L>isplay. with Nin?? Added Vauderill* Novelties. Order Seats Now. COLUMBIA TOXIGHT 500 Seats at 25c J The successful ir4 450 Seats at 50c fuuniest of all musical 200 Seats at 1 f 'medit*. Two Matinees Thursday & Saturday.,1 1.10ft seats at 25c. A Singing and Doadiif -?1 Chorus of 30. .S'i'Brigliiyes' few at 50c. Sale two, weeks in advance. | Orchestra of IB. Next Week?"Naughty Marietta. ! Special Film Features f i | leader, ftth Bet. K and F Sl?. \.W. I T TODAY?HELEN GARDNER an.) L. ROO I T ERS LITTON", in "THE BREATH OF l 1 - ARABY." Vitagraph Bmadwav star i'ea ture Also, MABEL TURNNELLE aid AC GFSTES PHILLIPS, in WITH BRIDGES BURNED." > Olympic. 1431 Yon St. N.W. fr TODAY -RETURN ENGAGEMENT-BY RE Q1 EST -CHARLES CHAPLIN. In BY THE SEA." Latest Essanay Comedy. Al60, "RUNAWAY JCNE," Installment No. 14. featuring NORMA PHnXIPS. , COMING TOMORROW HALL OAINES "THE CHRISTIAN." in 8 acts. | , Recent, ISIli A- <"?Iifi?rnla Sim. W.W. ? , T<?DAY-MAI:\ PICKFORD. iu THE i SCHOOL TEACHER AND THE WAIF." I Also. LILIE LESLIE. in -THE WHITE \ MASK." S:m-. ia.1 I.u' iu Feature, In 15 acta. I MONDAY - WILTON l_\? KAYE. !n "THE? CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO 1 * Kinpress Theater. 116 Wih St. N.W. ' ' TODAY AND TOMORROW-KliATRIZ Ml ? - HELENA, in "THE LILY OK POVERTY? i FLAT." a pretentious production filmd l>y ? i the California Moving Picture Corporation. ? 5 Also. CHARLIE CHAPLIN COMEDY. ? I Lyric, 14th and Irving Sta. *,W. TOI>AY? BETTY NANSEN. in "ANNA KA- , RENTNA." Fox Film Feature, in 5 actr-., one of the finest and greatest productions 1 ever Aimed. Also, Keystone Comedy. Or-(, ' chestra. Savoy, 14th and Columbia Road. I TODAY-JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS MAR GEERITE ? LARK. in "THE GOoSE' i GIRL." I'arauiount Feature, in 5 a-'ta.'' i Orchestra. Circle Theater. 2IOS Pa. Ave. N.W. 1 II TODAY - EARL WILLIAMS and ANITA STEWART, in "The Phantom Sweetheart." ' ,, Also. Mabel Turnnelle. in "Out of the1 Ruin." Tomorrow - - CHARLIE ?HAP I.IN. in "BY THE SEA " Also. "Pawn- -?f Mars." Vitagraph Broadway Star Feature,,, in 3 acts, and "The Girl and the Ba< lie-,, lor." Kalvtn Feature. (l i Pcnn CardeuA, Pa. avc. at 2lnt n.w. ' ,' TODAY LEW FIELDS and VIVIAN MAR TIN. in "OLD DIT?H.f Worlds Film I.\-a:nre. in acts. TOMORROW DANIEL FRoHMAN PRE SEATS LILLIAN LA NGTR1TE. ill "HIS NEIGHBOR'S Willi." Also. .TEASE STEWART, in "HEART OF OAKS." GAYETY PELUJlB BEG SHOW With I>A\ COLEMAN. Special Feature* FrfcUy Niffbt. Indies* M.tlnet?, 10c. Wrp.tliug WwlnPsd.y -^-1^ DANCING. ARCADE BALLROOM. THIRD FLOOR. EVERY Sat. even., by Prof. Ac her: instruction, 8 tu 9. dancing. W to 11:30; class. Mon. and Fri. at studio. 1127 10th n.w. Private lessons, any hour. Phone N. tfTStt. Select. Established 1900. 10* MISS FAIRFAX, ?i? ^ ^ Standardized method class. Wed. ?va., 8:3?. Mme. Weaver, chaperoo. Also evga.. OoL DAVISON'S,;;?'-132U M n.w. Reliable. All dances taught correctly. Prirata ur hour. Class & dance eves. Cool. Else. faM.