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n# uival aMHJaff of tfcf I?I r?f <Uve Visiting Nurse Society of Wash ington, arranged for tomorrow night ?t 8 o'clock, will be held at the Wash ington Club, 17th and K streets northwest, instead of at Rauscher's. as originally announced. The public Is invited to attend this gathering, which will be in the nature of a. pub lic health conference. Ma J. Hash Wmtth of Kaaaaa City, Ho., will address the Kansas Citv Club at its meeting tomorrow night at 8 o'clock, at 1314 Massachusetts a\eoue. Missourians and Kansans are invited. The H>INrrwrr>> Calm will meet tomorrow night at S o'clock at 2011 Georgia avenue. All hairdressers are Invited Xn. I.avra Bilu, Corner head ?( the school of household science of the Skidmore School of Arts, will give a lecture on "Household Decoration" tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at Re aearch University, 1719 H street. Hie Setitfc Wuklactoi Olttaeaa' A? eociation will meet tomorrow night at \ 8 o'clock at Jefferson School HaO. Jesse C. Suter will speak. Street, light and street car service improvement* will be discussed. E?nlltT l*Nt, \etera*a or Foreign Wars, will meet Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the Pythian Temple. 1012 9th street. A discussion will be held concerning veteran welfare in this city. Mlaa Gerlni* Rlehardaoa Brlgham will speak on "Art and Society" at the meeting of the Anthony League tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at 2007 Columbia road. There will he a abort memorial service for Susan B. Anthony and Anna Howard Shaw. A eoteatal Mask kali will fee held Monday evening at the New Willard hy Kailipolls Grotto Band and Drill Corps. Gold prixes will be awarded to the best dancers. Rwati at the Blae Triangle Recrea tion Center, scheduled for this even in*. inciude a eoc.al dancing class at T o'clock and the regular evening dance at 8 o'clock. ?K E. C. Weatai of the feareaa af vocation education- will speak at the t>9tm forum this evening at 7:30 e'tdack at the Y. W. C. A., on "Voca tlaal Education." Be*. In. M. W. Wyaa af Kntk Carolina in conducting a series of ma? nlllli meetings at the Mc Kinlev Memorial Baptist Church, cor ner of 4th and It streets, at 8 o'clock every evening this week. Rev. S. G. Lamklns it in charge of the program. The Houtaia A ah Chorea of male Welsh singers, making its fourth tour of America, will give concerts at Ham line M. E. Church tonight and tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. The choir sang for the boys at Walter Reed Hospital this afternoon. A aiutrtl ah?w fey the Boy*' Glee Club of Eastern High School will be given Thursday and Friday evenings. ??lellag of a hot-water eoil fat the collar of the home of Maurice Scott. 1104 Kenyon street, alarmed occupants of the bouse this morning shortly after S o'clock. Firemen responded to an alarm sounded from box 8117. hot there was no Are for them to ex tinguish. AT TEX COMMUHITX CEHTEES. The Ckrbery Boy Scouts and the Boy Scout Band will meet this even ing at the East Washington Commu nity Center. There will be a meeting of the Spanish-American Atheneum for the study of Spanish literature, and the Community Social Club will #ive a dance. Millinery and dressmaking are taught at the East Washington Com munity Center on Wednesday night. Sewing machines are available for the use of the community every even lag. There will be a dance at the Gen eral Civic Center. Central High School, tonight. Powell Community Center will give a dancing class for children this aft ernoon at 4 o'clock. Classes in Spanish meet tonight at the Thomson Community Center. The Oklahoma State Society will meet tomorrow evening %t the Thom son Community Center, 12th and L streets. The Arkansas State Society will hold a meeting at the Thomson Com munity Center this evening, and it is hoped that all people from that atate who are in Washington will attend. Dressmaking and millinery. French, Spanish, rhythmic and social dancing will be taught at the Wilson Normal Community Center tonight. ? special program, with something to attract every member of the cora mtmitv, will be given at the Wilson Normal Community Center tonight. It will Include a supper at 6:30. a cabaret procram in charge of C. E. Donald son. which will include Arthur D. VThtte, Ruth Newman. Katherine Nichols, Marie Graffam, a chorus of Dingers from Georgetown and Camille I,ittle; moving pictures in the audi torium and a dance In the gymnasium Bui l ville Community Center Is work ing now under the handicap of hav lac the use of only two rooms, and tbooe two lighted only with oil lamps, but during its short existence there havw been organized at this cen ter, and are now meeting every Tues day night, these activities: a chorus of adults, a co-operative buying club, a dancing class for young men and women, a. home nursing class and a girls' dramatic club, Girl Scouts, a Boy Scout preparatory class and a drum corps. A new class in conversational French has been started by Prof. Xx>chard of Howard University, which meets this evening from 7 to 8 o'clock. The ad vanced class meets at 8 o'clock. The Men's Social Club of the Miner Normal Community will meet at the center tonight. The Commumlty Centers' Band will gtea a concert at the West Wash ington Community Center, Phillips School, this evening. The new class in millinery at the Randall Community Center has room (or more students. This is an oppor tunity to make spring and summer hats tinder the guidance of an expert. The Community Chorus, the French Club, the Dramatic Club and the TTirlft Club will meet tonight Violin lessons are given at this center. Miss Edith B. Athey. who is doing the work of a municipal organist at | the General Civic Center. Central High School, will give the ninth of a series of organ recitals tonight. She will be | assisted by Mr. and Mrs. George Howe Miller, from the choir of the Calvary Methodist Church. D. C. PLAYER RATED BEST ! NEGRO RACKETER IN U. S. A Washingtonian. Tally Holmes. Is I the leading colored racketer of the country, according to the first ranking of negro players. The list, which was made public yesterday by the United States Lawn Tennis, was compiled by the American Tennis Association, tho existence of which was not gen erally known. Of thirty players ranked Washing ton furnishes the first four, the eighth and the twelfth. Ban Munroe being placed in the last named position. The flrst ten selected by a committee, ofl Which John F. Wilkinson of this city was a member, follow: Tally Holmes, Washington D C-j Sylvester Smith, Washington, D. C.; J. F. Wilkinson. Washington, D C ? Harold Freeman. Washington. D. C. Ralph Reckling. Baltimore; Walter Ramsey. New Vork city; Norbert Bain New York city: Maceo Wiseman' Washington. D. C.; Percy Richardson' New Rochelle; Bellinger Kemp. Los ?ngeles. MUTT AND JEFF?Of Courae, It A11 Depend* From Where You Look at a Thing. .oopjriffct, 1920, by H. C. fisher. Trad* mark rp^stnod U.S. Pal. Off.) By BUD FISHER. <^0.1'lc pi>< r.h?m"t- ccose TO "tm^ GR.0ucht>. ^ttl. 0UVT ?>0 uf> hl(#h en.0u6h to clg^R. bu'Uy^S/ OHCOOK mu-rr boov^ LOST <v pcavll ntod-^ce.1 ?~t laypnfc 0<m the <=ftolkmt> bowthetf < let's ^rop pioc. iti thosg ?(ie thg ] GKJe*T uak&s ' AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. CRITERION 9th Street, at D Today Through Friday The Greatest Love Story Ever Told William Fox Presents WILLIAM FARNUM In Louis Tracey's "WINGS OF THE MORNING" Louis Tracey's Tremendous Novel. Supreme In Thrills, Suspense and the Power to Fascinate A Tremendous Production Beginning Saturday (Big Bill) William Russell in "Shod With Fire" A Breezy Story of Western Life on the Plains MARDIGRAS BALL Carnival of the Seasons FOX NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE Tuesday, February 17, It o'clock NEW WILLARD HOTEL Fancy Dim If Fosaikls. ?aput Starts 10.30 Tioksts U including sapper, on sals at Hotsl JTswstaads or Pbsno Franklin 6343. CIRCUS UBEITT HIT "All This Week" 3:30?DAILY?8:15 Bemelt D. C. Drpt. A?rrlr?? Ltflsi Tickets at Circus Headquarters. 1400 Pa. STe.l I-rjflon Hrsdqnar 1ers. 823 15?h at- Lnlos Posts, and ?t "Llkerty" Hat Ticket OMce. ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES. TODAY. Chicken supper by the ladies of All Souls' Memorial Cathedral from 5:30 to 8 o'clock. Meeting of Pi Beta Phi alumnae at 4 o'clock at the home of Miss Mar guerite Clark. 1778 Lanier place. TONIGHT. Meeting of President Theodore Roosevelt Post. No. 14. at 8:15 o'clock at Carroll Hall. 918 10th street. Annual midwinter dance of the Del ta Sigma Delta Fraternity at the La fayette Hotel. 16th and I streets. Lecture by Horace W. Peaslie on "Landscape Architecture" at 8 o'clock at 2023 G street. Meeting of Patworth Citizens' Asso ciation at the school, Sth and Shep herd streets. Meeting of the Society of the May flower Descendants at the home of E. Southard Parker. Meeting of the Indiana Society at 8 o'clock at the New Ebbitt. Second presidential candidate night at 9:30 o'clock at the National Press Club. Senator Poindexter will speak. Mardl Gras ball for the benefit of the Neighborhood House, at the New Willard. Concert, by Miss Clara Alexander, at 8 o'clock at the Church of the Trans figuration, 14th and Gallatin streets. Meeting and entertainment of the Henry C. Spengler Post. American Le gion, at 8 o'clock at the Armory, 472 L street. Meeting of Vincent B. Costello Post, No. 15. American I^egion, at 8 o'clock in the board room of the District building. Meeting of the Columbia Historical Society at 8:15 o'clock in the assem bly hall of the Cosmos Club. Banquet and smoker of the George town Chapter and alumni of Delta Chi Fraternity at Wardman Park Hotel. TOMORROW. Meeting of the Helen Keller Guild at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. F. Spransev. 1844 Columbia road Gen. Mclntyre Arrives at Manila. Maj. Gen. Frank Mclntyre, cliicf of the bureau of insular affairs, recently assistant chief of staff of the Army, has arrived In Manila Gen. Mcln tyre was ordered to visit the Philip pines by the Secretary of War to make a special inspection of the vari ous departments of the insular gov ernment. B. F. KEITH'S 25. Duly;;g s?. js h.i>. v,f One of Thou "Tear'* Best" Bills. MONCOM BROS.?Charlea and Their Dancing Meseoni Family. FRANK DOBSON Jk CO.. Presenting: "The Slrru.'* Kate Elinor# * Sam WiUiaais. Farr ft Farland. Dorothy Shoemaker & 0*. Eddie Foyer. Wilton Sister*. Cheng & Rosie Heey. "Topics of the Day." Other Laugh ing Hits. Dardanella JAZZ COHCERT BV THE Columbia Suiphone Sextette AND THE Baroness Rouskaya Celebrate Racalan-Freach Danrrr, at Ike SHFBERT-GARRICK THEATER, SUNDAY, F-KB. 22 at 3i30. Tickets: >1.00, $1.30, ?2.00. At 1221 F St. and Theater. The Younger Generation BY William ButlerYeats Irish Poet and Playwright THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY It. 8:1S P.M. CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Tickets SOr Oflk-e Washington Society of the Kiae Arts 18th and New York ave. POLI'S THEATER Saaday. Feb. 22, 3:30. EMMY DESTINN NATIONAL THEATER rhnr.. Feb. 2tt, 4 FOKINE AND FOKINA POLI'S THEATER March 8. 4:30. EUGENE YSAYE March 19. 4 >30. FLONZALEY QUARTET JOSEPH LHEVINNE,Pianist March 22. 4:30. MME. LOUISE HOMER and MISS LOUISE HOMER March 29, 4:30. TITTA RUFFO All ticket*, $1 to CI, now on sale at 1221 r at. Phone Mala 30SC. S^=*ANNOlN(iN(r A CONCERT EXTRAORDINARY On the Afternooa of SUNDAY, FEB. 29 BELASCO 4 MASTERS OF THE PIANO LEVITZKI ORNSTEIN RUBENSTEIN GODOWSKI rickcts ?l to S3. Sale atarta to morrow at ARTHUR JORDAN PIANO CO., 13th aad G ata. aw. SEATS NOW ON SALE FOR Tetrazzini ly Authorised Appearance in Washisgl Fritz Kreisler Mabel Garrison Kri Greene's Concert Bureau ia DROOP'S, 13th aad 0. TONIGHT at 8:20 MttLTtari. rjHWIlT JnUCTKM A. H. WOODS fnmmmtm THEDA BARA (la Prrm) In ? ifokni Dnu lalllM ?THK BLUE FLAIR* 7 Om. V. Habart u4 KBIT SrXDAT?SEATS WOW SPECIAL MAT. MOltDAT, WAIMINGTOK'I BIRTHDAY A. H. WOODS Fmmta A Frtnlraa Faro* of Feaalatea FolklM. UP IN MABEL'S ROOM With Tkne IitWMHU* fmww HAZEL DAWN, WALTER JONES, JOHN ARTHUR ?U ENID D LOEWS ? PalacE HO a. TODAT AND ALL WALLACE REID IN Ml DOUBLE SPEED" |?TI0NIL TONIGHT, Ki20 Mats. Wri * Sat. CHARLES FROHBAN Freaenta ELSIE FERGUSON In a New Play by Arnold Boanott SACRED AND PROFANE LOTS Br Arrangement with DarU Belaaeo >KXT WEEK SKATS THURSDAY ANGEL CSW FACE The George W. Lederer Pniuttoa at Victor Herbert's Maaieal r?ai<r Tuesday, 4:30 nun^ PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA LmhM Stokowakl. C??i?e?w Sololata Olara SaaaaraB, H?wl4 Oaalp Gatriltwllaih Tha K?h Priaataaa of BoAara loaf EVA GAUTH1ER The Froarh Oknadlaa Soprano. In an nnoanal program taeludtag Caaadiaa, Japanese and Malay folk acmga. Thursday, 8:30 JSBTL. Tlfkela. T. Arthur Saalth, IS? O St. THELMA GIVEN Aaerteu Vlaltaiat La teat aanaatloo from tha Aoar School at Vlollnlata. Friday, 4:30 Tick eta, S3.00. HA |LH T. Artksr tailtk, IM9 O mt. Lut Concert ThU N. Y. Symphony Orchestra WALTER DABROSOB. OoaAactor. Salaiat: Florence Eaaton Sopraaa?Bat. and Soottl OaaraOa. Tuesday, 4:30 ? Tlrkrta. lUt, SX ? ,a- a?? AMUSEMENTS. ?? RIALTO ? juwtm at g It A. M.?All Week?tl P. M. Firtt National KxbOritort Pretcnt KATHERINE MacDONALD "The American Beauty" In robert w. chamac THE TURNING POINT I Overture "FantV Violin Bote.."AUce Bhus Govm" imrrH Birr, d and b 11 A. M.?All Week?11 P. M. Paramount-Art craft Special Production MARK TWAIN'S GREATEST STORY HUCKLEBERRY FINN * ' Early Attendance Advised ISSTRANDIl ninth at i 11 A. Ms?All Week?11 P. M. /. Btuurt Blackton Prewnt* 9 A7TD ? G ROBERT 1Uf ordoIN ?IV? RESPECTABLE BY PROXY A Clean, Spicy Romance AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. SHUBERTGARRICK THEATER F Slrfft at 7th. 17 NOW PLAY1MG THE LAST OF THE CRUSADERS WITH ALLENBY IN PAIESTINE THE ARABIA > 1VIOHT*' ETTERTAWHUCTT WHICH TOOK LONDOUT AND NEW YORK BY 9TORS Ths authentic motion picture and eye witness story of the capture of Jerusalem and the liberation of Holy Arabia, described by Lowell Thomas in person. The greatest success ever known in America and Europe on the speaking stage and moving picture screen. Already enjoyed by over 1.000,000 people. EverT a? Si30?Matinees TOMORROW. Tkmrs. A Mat. at IiM Prleea, Evealaffa?Me to 12. POflilr Mala, 2Se t? II LIMITED ENGAGEMENT TODAY'S BEST II* WASHINGTON'S FOREMOST THEATERS MCRANDALL'S P ST. AT TENTH ?? ETR0P0LITA N TODAY AND ENTIRE WEEK PAUUNE FREDERICK la a Pletarisa tioa of Edgar Saltns' Mystery Novel "THE PAL1SER CASE" Coaiedy?Current Events?-Johason Travelogae?1Topics ?f tile Day?Overture, ?'Merry Wives o( Windsor." mm CRANDALL'S 18th * Colombia Rd. A Knickerbocker TODAY, BEGINNING AT ?|30 P.M. LOUISE GLAUM in The Lone Wolf's Daughter A Varied Assortment of Exceptioaal Subaidiarles Special Film Features CRAMDALL'S V'."'" TODAY AN1> TOMORROW?D. W. GRIF FITHS "SCARLET PATS." YORK THEATER Ga. Ave. A <taebee St. TODAY?ALICE LAKE, io "SHOULD A WOMAN TELL" TOMORROW?DOROTHY DALTON, In HIS WIFE'S FRIKND." 14th CRANDALL'S EUTE I. Ave. Street and R. BLANCHE SWEET. In "A WOMAN OF PLEASURE." REGENT ROBERT ANDERSON. 18th * OS1. sts. ?'COMMON PROPERTY.'^ NEW STANTON 6th * 0 SU. N.E. 6:15, 8:00 and >:30 P.M. BRYANT WASHBURN, in in -TOO MUCH JOHNSON." RAPHAEL 9th and O 8tm. N. W. DOROTHY DALTON, iu "HIS WIFET8 FRIEND ' IRE ?11 H St. N.E. TOM MIX In His Greatest Picture. 'THE SPEED MANIAC' AMERICAN lat St. and R. I. Ave. MAY ALLISON, in in "FAIR AND WARMER." FTRFRTY Narth Capitol and F Sta. L1L>L.I\1 1 BERT LYTELL and HAZEL DAtVN, in "THE LONE WOLF. riDri CPROURAMCON8ISTKNTL1 UOOU LUVUX 2106 Pa. An. Ph. W. 963. BNID BENNETT. in "THE TUB SUITCASE." Rolin Holmes Travelogue. REVERE Ga-Ave- "* p"rk *?"* WOMAN IN Comedy and WM. 8. HART, in "TUB COLD DfeiCK." DUMBARTON 1349 WUronaln Ave. JACK FI OK FORD, in BILL APPERSONS BOY.** ?LYRIC= LAST DAY ALICE BRADY in "THE FEAR MARKET" a Mack Hennett Comedy, "HIS BABY DOLL." NEW NAVY 8th St. * Pa* Ave. 9 JL EDTTH ROBERTS, in ??THE TRIFLERS." HOME Special! Special! ALICE JOYCE in "SLAVES OF PRIDE PRINCESS JAMES K. HACKETT and | EFFIE SHANNON in "ASHES OF LOVE" TOMORROW?EI^JIE FERGUSON. in "THE WITNESS FOR THE DEFENSE.' CAROLINA Today and Tomorrow ? Special! Special! (First Southeast Showing). ALICE BRADY in Her First Biff Realart Special "THE FEAR MARKET OLYMPIC ?LEADER^ ?th St. Above E. TODAY AND TOMORROW ALBERT RAY and ELINOR FAIR, in "VAGABOND LUCK" CRANDALL'S METROPOLITAN F Street at IMk 10DAY AND ALL WEEK?PAULINE FRED ERICK. in "THE PALISER CASE." And SUNSHINE COMEDY. "HER NAUGHTY WINK." CDANHAH'C KNICKERBOCKER tKAnUALLJ 18th St. at Cel. Rd. TODAY AND TOMORROW? UH'ISE GLAUM in "THE LONE WOLF S DAUGHTER."^ CRANDALL'S Tfce"t" 9,h * E st*; TODAY?BLANCHE SWEET, in "FIGHT ING CREH8Y." TOMORROW?THEDA KARA, in "CLEO PATRA." "savoy THEATER 14th St. aad Cel. Rd. TODAY AND TOMORROW?NORMA TAL MADC.E, in "SHB LOVES AND LIES." AVENUE GRAND MS Pa. Ave. S.E. MAT. 2 P.M. DAILY: .1 P.M. SUNDAY. TODAY AND TOMORROW?NORMA TAL MADGE, In "SHE LOVES AND LIES." CRANDALL'S CRANDALL'S tfAVETYSte. BEN WELCH aad hla all-s REVUE Xmxt W?*V?' rt. Anuriaa.' KEDTALD WERRENRATH National Tksatsr, Thursday, Fab. It, 4:30. Seats now on sale at Mrs. Greene's Concert Bureau, in Droop's, 13th and G ati. 4 AMUSEMENTS Strict Oiiior?s??f Popalar Prlrn. ARCADE JITH AND rtRh ROAD Brilliant CARNIVAL TONIGHT A RIOT OF FCN PERFECT SS DANCING EVERY WEEK NIGHT. *U0 <? 13 SHNBERT-IELASCO Dtrectiesllsssra. Tonlgit !:? Kit Wed. I N AKTKTO KLEDt Pnauti "EVERY LITTLE THINQ" A RACY FUNPT5ST A Now Farce by Wilaon Colllson Co-Author of '010 in M&ble'a Room" a oil 'The Girl In tha Hmoualna." Next| Walter Hampden tSsata Sun. 'in "Oeerre Wuhlnfton" Thar. Gold Mmr Prlsri S Msbts Kerb prize" dancing" contest For Ckanflnukly?Moilar. Oae ?t???Wfdnfrtijr, Fo*-Tro?? Friday. Waits?Dlatrlrt of Colnbla?IPSO Tryowts?E*ery Mondjir. Wedaea fay and Friday, atartlas Feb. 3 lad rlMlif Feb. ST. 3 primes each ? 1KbI. FIN A LS? Moaday. March I at, 3 valaable priors. oaly open to ivtaaera of prlaea oa tbo 13 alBbts. Opea to all. 3S prlaea. KierrMd; roar, Daaclag week algbta. 8:3a GREATER PENN GARDENS Peaaa. Are. at Slat St. N.W. The floor of warble and slaaa lver eleetrte ll(kli. Popalar prleea. Strict eeaaor. Very relaed. foie. Braaa Baad?Twice Dally? la Aarrto'a Flaeat Areaa S-K-A-T-I-N-G coliseum Popalar Prioae. Reined. Polite lastrscteri. Plan Your February 2Jrd Holiday to See the Beautiful CAVERNS OF LURAY. la the Famed Shenandoah Valley of Virginia Miles of Subterranean Splendor Shown by Electric Light See the Beautiful Stereograph Views and (let Descriptive Booklet Free at "Ask Mr. Foster" Store 503 14th St- N.W. DANCING. arcade stcdio. 14th and Park *eed. Phono CoL 103. Dancing Ieaaoni. 10 a.m. <o 10 p.m. Pri vatelj and in rlaaa to exrluaive and particular people. Special care taken with children Po lite anil competent leirhrn. with the added I advantage ?rroni the lobby of the ' ARCADE Al DITORir*. "A PBBFPtCT PLACE TO PANOM" Wash. Dancing Academy Ml Eleventh St. *.W. Modern dancing. alae ataae danda? of tbo Beat nalaDo character tasaht. Private leeeaae. Wo bare the largest ?taff of profeaaieaal lady and rootlomu teacher* in Weahiactea. If yea can walk wo GTTABAKTEE yes to daaas so far* leaving stuiio. Loan to daaee by aa or ehestra. Will tin leeaoaa at rssideaas U d? and. Phono Fraaklia till ? WANT TO DANCE ? Prof. Cain. America's foremost dancing mas ter, can teach you the latest ballroom dances in on* course if you can be taught. Miaa Fitshugti and Miss Hodges assisting. Only up-to-date dancing academy south of New York city. Private lessons any hour. Ton need not have an appointment. Private room for beginners. Open 9 a.m. Franklin 7554. RIGHTWAY SCHOOL OF DANCING, 1218 New York ave., bet. l'-tb and lath sU. * MISS FISHER Private Leeeone Only. I Call after 6 o'clock. | pi, ,.lnP ?.?008-J. Kea. 128 C at n.e.. Apt. M. Miss Chappelear Private L^aaona by Appointment. I Clifton St. N.W. Phono Col. MESSRS. SCHBET* Eirloalw Stadlo of Daarlas We are resuming our teaching of exHumr* patrons st our new studio. I^tsoan are private by expert instructors. Appointments from 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Studio. 2nd floor. 81tf 15th st. P-WPhone F. CSS2. 31* PRIVATE DANCING snd swimming le?nona Young lady will leach society dancing and give swimming lessons in h*r own home to a few select persona. Rate. $3 per hour. Giv# your telephone number. Address Box 299 B Star office. . PROF .""AND MRS. AGBtk, fffUDIO. 1127 10th st. n.w.?Class Monday and Friday. 8 to 11 p.m.: private !f>t>sons by uppointment. phone North 6786. Established 1900. 17* Sunset Dancing Studio 1407 Maeaechueetta are., at Thomas Circle. Class and Private Instructions. Excellent ballroom and banquet hall far raaL Open 0 a.m. to 11:43 p.m. Kraaklls SJM ~ STCDIO OK DANCE, " ' Phase Franklin 1435 W. No. S Dupoot circle. WM. YOCAN and GLADT8E WILBUH. Correct 1!C0 Ballroom. Claaalcal and Htax** Dancing. 8radio rented for partlea and dancra fivWAHU LEILjEY HOl/T 11 IsaMai His exclusive tearhlsc of rirlualve people si his NEW Salon of Dance. No. ? Dupoat ele cta. Cbildrea aad adulte' claaa asd private aojaia. rhythm aad ?iif? daaclaa. Tel. f. AM*. PROF. WYNDHAM PP-TQ-THB-MINPTE. ALL DAN OKI. "sCM nap WATBS. GMT TOT BBT. Paplls aaar DAVISON'S^-1329 M n< A STANDARD SCHOOL. Tsacb yoa to daaee wnctli la a f aaoa. Itrtctly private. Aay dae. A for each pnpil. Normal eoniaa far teachtaa or expert dancing. New Tork'a newest daaeea Backer walta. the Bell.Seld. Dardaaella fax trot. ta'rat at.pa <"l?aa das.-. ??t. st:. i to 11. Orcheetxa. 1'hoae it. 17t_