FOR GHARI1Y BALL
Success of Affair for Benefit
of Children's Hospital In
dicated by Sales.
8uocess socially and financially of
the annual charity ball for the benefit
of the Children's Hospital, to be held
Monday evening at the Willard Hotel,
id indicated by the sale of boxes and
tickets for the event, it was an
nounced today by Mrs. Charles C.
'Glover, *2*; chairman of the ball com
All boxes were out 8e\fr?|
weeks ago, including those in both
ballrooms. Tickets are being disposed
of as fast as the group of men and
women supervising their sale can
deal them out. it is stated. A record
liumber of guests is expected. .
Hope President Will Attend.
While nothing definite has been
learned from the White House, it is
hoped by those in charge of the ball
that the President and Mrs. Harding
will find it possible to attend some
time during the evening. High gov
ernment officials, including cabinet
officers, justices, members of Congress
and their wives, in addition to foreign
notables stationed In W ashington,
wiii be in the boxes.
Proceeds of the ball will go toward
meeting the annual deficit incurred in
the operation of the Children's Hos
pital, at 13th and W streets north
west, the deficit amounting to *jp
proximately $20,000 each year. The
hospital, which is one of the cit> s
important charitable institutions, is
supi>orted entirely by endowments,
contributions fr?m other sources, the
charity ball. etc. A campaign for
funds through a plan of "sustaining
.memberships." costing $100 or $o0.
each. Is now being carried on under
the direction of Thomas Bell Sweeney.
Mrs. Charles 1*1. Hughes heads the
list of patronesses for the ball,
among whom are Senora de Riano,
.Senora de Mathieu. Mme. I^eBreton.
I^ady Ceddes. Mrs. William Howard
Taft, Mrs. Frederick H. Gillett, Mrs.
John W. Weeks. Mrs. Rdwin Denby,
Mrs. Henry C. Wallace. Mrs. Wlilts
Van Pevanter. Mme. C.rouitch, irin
cess Bibesco, Mrs. Joseph S. treling
huysen. Mrs. Arthur Capper and Mrs
Henry P. Fletcher.
The floor committee. und?r tno
chairmanship of Corcoran Thorn, con
tains nearly a hundred names of men
prominent in official and private life.
Hoard of Hospital.
The directing board of the Chil
dren's Hospital, through whose ef
forts the ball was arranged, follows
Kear Admiral Willard H. Brown
son. president of the board; District
Commissioner Cuno H. Rudolph, vice
president: O. H. P. Johnson, vice
president; Dr. Samuel S. Adams, sec
retary; N. I^andon Burchell. treas
urer; George W. Brown, chairman
of the finance committee; Mrs. Fred
erick II. Brooke, president of the
board of lady visitors: Dr. Fra"*
J.eech. chairman of the medical staff,
and Thomas Bell Sweeney, chairman
of the ways and means committee.
CONVENTION OF LOCAL
IRISH COUNCILS CALLED
Meeting February 10 "Under
Auspices of Association for
Recognition of Republic.
In conformity with the by-laws of
the national organization. notices for
a convention of the local councils of
the American Association for the
Recognition of the Irish Republic to
be held at the Aloysiiis Club. February
10 were sent out today.
At a meeting of the state directorate
of the association last- iiifht condi
tions in Ireland were discussed. and
the opinion expressed by those in at
tendance was that ratification or re
jection uf the Anglo-Irish treaty was
purelv one for the people of Ireland
to decide. The local councils, however,
will be in readiness to abide by what
ever decision is made, and as thirty,
davs' notice is required to call a con- |
vent Ion. action along this line was,
Rossa F. Downing, state president.?
presided, and after announcing a bai- ;
ance in funds collected for the widows
and children of Ireland, the body'
voted to turn the money over to Ste
phen O'Mara. Irish representative to
the United States, to be used for
that purpose. I
The regular meeting of the Padraic
H. Pearce Council of the organization
will be held tomorrow night at Gon
zaga Hall, when Rev. J. F. X. Murphy
of Georgetown University. Thomas
L.yon and Joseph Quinn will address
CONVENTIONS IN MARCH. !
"Water Transportation Week" |
Will Be Observed Here. ,
The seventeenth convention of the
National Rivers and Harbors Con-;
Kress and annual convention of the
National Merchant Marine Associa- j
tTun will be held in Washington the
first week in March, thereby causing
that week to be designated Water
Transportation week, the National
Rivers and Harbors Congress an
Addresses by distinguished speakers:
and discussions of questions relating
to navigation, both upon inland wa- j
terways and the high seas, will be j
one of the features of the two con- j
SCHOOL SHOW PLANS. j
General Assembly Called to Boost i
A general assembly was called yes- |
terday to hear representatives of the i
Business High Alumni Association in j
the Interest of the aluinni vaudeville i
show on January 16, 17 and 18.
Following his introduction by Prin
cipal Allan Davis. John Relily, acting '
as presiding officer, explained the pur
pose of the show, which was summed '
up as being primarily to raise a separ
ate fund for expenses incidental to the
alumni campaign (or a new building. i
The students were urged to give ut- :
most support to the undertaking, and
assurances of enthusiastic backing were
given by representatives of the student
Leroy Finigan. president of the as
sociation. spoke on the activities of the i
organization in general and the needs !
existent during the present year. i
Miss Franc Schreiner spoke In behalf '
of the student body and thanked the
representatives of the alumni for tak
ing the Initiative in the interest of a
. - The program for the show, as an
nounced by J. G. McGarraghy. will in- I
elude several novelty acts and will list
the names of several stars who par
ticipated in previous Business High
spring plays. They include Eddie I
Reinmuth, Mike Jolson, Eddie Ward.
Haneke and Joyce. Emma Maroszl and 1
Elton Taylor. Tickets will be on sale
at the school Tuesday.
Blooming Plants to Brlag Cheer
to the shilt-in. Shaffer, 900 Hth St.?
COMMUNITY MUSIC NIGHT.
Under the leadership of'Miss Helen
Burkart and Miss Cecil B. Norton, the
thirty-sixth community music even
ing will be held In Central High
School tonight. .The program includes
Sylvia Altman. the child pianist, and
the Orpheus. Quartet, eortiposed of
3!t? Bernice -Calhoun, Mrs. iJlllan.G.
Broudseau, George Lambert and J, A.
B?21. Mrs. Helen Crouch and Miss
Kdltb B. Athey will accompany ths
National?Laurette Taylor. "The Na
tional Anthem." "Performances at 2:20
and 8:20 p.m.
Poll's?1"The Bat," at 2:15 and 8:15
Garrick?"Desert Sands," at 2:15 and
Keith's?Valeska S?*att, vaudeville,
5 at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
| Shubert-Belaseo?Lee White, vaude
1 vtlle. at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
j Strand ? Seven Virginia Belles.
* vaudeville, at 2:45, 6:30 and 8:45 p.m.
t Cosmos?Josie Rooney, vaudeville,
at 1. 4:30, 6:30 and 9 p.m.
Gayety?"Big Wonder Show," at 2:15
and 8:15 p.m.
Capitol?"Lid Lifters." 2:15 and
I Metropolitan?Richard Barthelmess.
t photoplay, at 11:35 a.m., 1:35. 3:40,
j 5:30. 7:35 and 9:40 p.m.
Rial to?-"Queen of Sheba," at 10:50
i a.m., 12:30. 2:15, 3:50, 5:30, 7:20 and
Palace1?Wallace Reid, "Rent Free."
at 12:38, 2:18. 4:20. 6:10, 7:58 and 10
Columbia?Mary Pickford. "Little
Lord Fauntleroy " at 10:30 a.m., 12.30,
j 2:40, 4:45, 7 and 9 p.m.
TO FIX SHIP RATES:
Relief Administration May
Seek Charge to Russia at j
Less Than Cost.
The possibility has developed that
the American Relief Administration
may seek to have the thirty ships
which the Shipping Board has agreed
to place at their disposal for carrying
?rain and other supplies to the starv- |
ing of Russia to transport those sup- i
plies at less than cost, in which case. !
it was understood. President Harding
might be asked to determine what
would be a proper charge.
"At Siilmtunc* of Request. I
In announcing that the relief ad- I
ministration had requested the Ship- I
ping Board to transport the supplies
because of the rates charged by pri- j
vate ope-ators. Secretary Hoover said !
tint a charge was desired to be es- !
tablished "on a basis of fairness." Al
though he did not indicate what such I
a basis would be, it was said that "at
cost" was the substance of the re- [
It was made known last night. i
however, by Vice President J. B. j
Smull of the Shipping Board that a
request had been received for the
supplies to be transported at less
than cost so that just that much more
of the $20,000,000 congressional ap
propriation for grain and other sup
plies would be available. In such an
event, it was said. President Harding
would be asked to determine the
transportation rate and promulgate it
in the form of an executive order.
Auk* Fifteen Mure Shipn.
Secretary y^Hoover yesterday re
j quested tlur Shipping Board to pre
J pare fifteen additional ships at New i
I York. Philadelphia. Baltimore, Nor
j folk and New Orleans to carry grain
during the first half of this month
and fifteen more for the last half. !
Some of the ships, it was said, would |
sail for Baltic and others for Black I
sea ports. Orders to place them in
readiness were immediately issued.
HEARINGS ON DISTRICT
Bills Qranting National Repre
sentation for Local Government
Up Before Senate Committee.
Hearings on the several bills pend
ing to give the citizens of the District
[suffrage and national representation
! will be resumed before the Senate
District committee Thursday morning
at 10:30 o'clock. The hearings will
continue all day. and it was said that
this will be the final hearing on this
question by the Senate committee.
There are a number of other meas
ures pending on which hearings will
have to be held, and it is the desire
? to get in all the information on the
! suffrage question at the Thursday
I meeting. _
| The morning session will be given }
! over to those ih favor of suffrage. ;
! while the afternoon session will be i
1 allowed those opposed to suffrage. \
|CIVIL SERVICE VACANCIES.
Examinations for Positions Vary
ing From $1,000 to $3,000.
The Civil Service Commission today
announced examinations to fill
vavancies in the following positions:
Nematologist and technologist, bu
reau of plant industry, $2,700 to $3,000
;a year; specialist in milk utilization,
j bureau of animal industry. $1,800 to
; $3,000 a year: junior engineer and
j deck officer. United States coast and
j geodetic survey, $2,000 a year; senior
engineer, grade two. $2,100 to $2,700
a year, with allowance for necessary
I traveling expenses when away from
; headquarters on official duty, and
| junior engineer, $1,320 to $1,980 a
j year, both under-interstate Commerce
I Commission; assistant examiner, pat
| ent office, $1,500 a year: assistant in
date scale eradication, federal horti
cultural board. $1,000 to $1,600 a year;
I assistant gas inspector, $2,000 to
I $2,4?0 a year. Osage Indian agency.
Oklahoma. In addition to the basic
l salaries named above, the bonus of
| $20 a month will be allowed for most
I positions the salary of which does not
exceed $2,500 a year. Full informa
tion and application blanks may be
obtained at the office of the United
i Slates Civil Service Commission, 1724
F street northwest.
B0VELL0 HEADS BA&BEBS.
j Officers of the White Barbers'
, Local. 239, J. B. I. U. of A., were in
stalled at the regular meeting of the
union January 4. as follows:
j President. Charles .Bovello; vice
[president, JS. F. Simpson; secretary
' treauFer, Joseph Handl.of^ recorder,
A. J. Koltmann; guide. John W.
i Poole; ' guardian. Thomas Tozzolo;
j trustees, Samuel Waters, T. A.
Leokert and Antonia Cicala; finance
committee. A- ;J. :Kbltm&nh, F. Fab
i izin and Jqhn f%. Byersi
t} V ?? ,
Community Marie Evening.
At Centnal High School to
night at 8 o'clock.
Edith B. Athey. civic organist.
Helen Burkart and Cecil B.
Nurton, song leaders.
Sylvia Altman, child pianist.
Orpheus Quartet, under direc
tion of Charles Wengard: so
prano, Bernice Calhoun; alto,
Mnp. Lillian G. Brousseau: ten
or. ' J. Allen Bell: bass, George
Lambert: accompanist, Mrs.
Organ?Concert, overture In E
Quartet?(a) "Listen to the
Leal," Protherol; <b) "Praise
the Lord." Randegger.
Piano?(a) "Edelweiss Glide."
Vanderbeck: (b) "In the
Organ *? (a) "Humoresque,"
Ward; (b) 'Slumber Song,"
Parker: (c) "To a Wild Role."
MacDewell; (4) "America, the
Lambs," Dett; (b) "O Lovely
KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES?Not Such a Dumb-bell at That.
?By POP MOMAND.
what I 06*WT\]
Tt> SA,y was"
I HAB *N
i HPiD aw '
iw ny eK
f PAttDON ne no. sap, "\
ny fwmea says hC-j
Goi*<j to Put ms
FOOT Dowk <*<nd SToPy
<? ?: ?
The cold winds roar against the
door, and sleet and snow are flying,
and my Aunt Kate remarks. "Some
skate is doubtless freezing, dying.
Some homeless wight is out tonight
in all this blowsy blizzard; the dawn
?tvill find hflm dead and blind, or I'm
a tinhorn wizard." The room is
warm and my fat form on cushions
soft is resting, and I would spend
the evening's end in singing and in
jesting. For comfort's mine, 1 sleep
and dine, conditions all are pleas
ing; why should I care how others
fare outdoors, where things are
freezing? But my Aunt Kate, as
sad as fate, is murmuring and sigh
ing; -It is a sin to sit within, when
poor lost boobs are dying. Ah, hear
that cry!' Some luckless guy for
succor now is yelling, so let us go
across the snow and bring him to
our dwelling." So winter nights to
me are frights, they keep my wet
tears falling; for my Aunt Kate is
simply great at hearing phantoms
calling. My good.Aunt Kate, she
sits up late, and leaves her tea un
- tasted; she makes me sore, for it's a
bore when sympathy is wasted. I'll
gladly aid the gent decayed or any
one who suffers; but's it's a shame
l'or man or dame to fake up luckless
(Copyright) WALT MASON. |
aiY NEWS IN BRIEF. '
The Waadfrluttra' hike for to
morrow will start from the Congress
Heights engine house at 2:30 p.m.
Mr. Hall will lead.
I>r. C. S. ?J. Mytm ef K turrit.
Arabia, will give an illustrated lec
ture on "Arabia of Today" Monday j
at 8 p.m. in New York Avenue 1'res
The Sojourner*' Club, Wanhlngt"" ;
Chapter. No. 3. will meet Wednes
day at 8 p.m. at Fairmont Inn. 14th
and Fairmont streets. Navy night.
Annual meeting of chapter* of the
Young Women's Christian Associa
tion will be held Wednesday at 2:30,
p.m., Grace Dodge Hotel. j
The I*. K. O. organisation will have |
a luncheon Monday at the Women's
National Foundation. Coneciicut and
Florida avenues. Visiting P. E. O. j
urged to attend.
Bruoklnnd Brotherhood will meet ,
Tuesday at 8 p.m. in 1-ord Memorial j
Hall. Dr. Mitchell Carroll will give ?
an illustrated lecture on "St. I'aul in
Red Triangle Outing Club will meet
tomorrow. 3 p.m.. at end of District
line. Forest Glen cars, for hike
through National Park Seminary to
Forest Glen. D. Tyrell will lead.
The Concord Club will give a New
Year ball Monday evening at Us
clubhouse, 314 C street.
The Y. XV. C. A.' Glee Club will
meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at F street
building. All girls uivited.
lMney Hrnueh Cltl?eu?? A??oclatlon
will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in Iowa
Avenue Methodist Church. Emerson
The New Jersey State Society will |
meet Tuesday at 8:30 in Hotel t
Raleigh. Election. Entertainment.
^ortheaat Waxhlagtou Cltlaena' As
sociation will meet Monday, 8 p.m.,
in Good Shepherd Guild Hall,, 6th
and X streets northeast.
Washington Post, Society of Amer
ican Military Engineers, will meet
Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at University Club.
Col. Henry S. Graves will give a talk
on Forestry and National Defense.
Chapter B, P. E. O.. will meet Tues
day, 7:45 "p.m.. with Mrs. G. L. Peck
ham, 3117 18th street.
Morning Star Lodge, No. 40, J. B.
p O E.. will attend the organ re
ci'tal by Frederick Green tomorrow
at 3:30 p.m.. Ebenezer M. E. Church. ,
\ new class lu (rat aid will start
Tuesday. S p.m.. at Red Cross teaching
center. 1B Jackson place. Dr. S. C.
Societv of Philosophical Inquiry will
meet at 4:30. in the Public Library.
Dr. John Mez will speak on "Ger
mans' Attitude Toward France." at
4.45. National Council for Limitation
of Armament, 532 17th street.
Dr. George W. Carey will speak at
New Thought Temple, 1814. N street,
at 3 o'clock. Subject, "Christian
Science in English." Admission free.
Washington Radio Club will meet
at 8 o'clock at 1317 New York avenue.
Ecleet Klub will give a dance at the
Hadleigh. 9 o'clock.
National Genealogical Society will,
meet at 8 o'clock at the Mason House,
1606 20th street. ,
The Gibbons Club will give a dance;
at Carroll Hall, 924 G street.
Colored Man Loses $41?Eggs
Stolen in Market.
Two colored men, one armed with
a pistol, last night about 9 o'clock
held up Walter Scoobel, colored, 616
T street, near Florida avenue and
8th street and robbed him of $41.
Scoobel, alarmed by th*=?ight of the
weapon, was afraid to ni^ke an out
cry to summon aid. ? ?
Police of the tenth- pfrejjfpct yester
day afternooh were notified of ft rob
bery at the apartment of Miss jgtaflse
Shepherd and Miss Laura Ektton,
1465 Columbia road, during' the ab
sence of the occupants. Jewelry
valued at $230 was stolen.
Commissioner James F. Oyster was
the'vittiiti. of a robber laat night. The
robber stole a case of eggs valued at
<14-4? from his place of business in
if ABJnn.TR EVANS DIES.
Marjorie Jane Evans, eleven-year
old daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
L. Evans of 4887 ISth Street, died
early yesterday morning at- her home
following a week'* illness of diphtheria.
? CRANDALL'S F at 10*
I.A ST DAY
10.30 A, M. to II P. M.
In the Hit of Hi* Career,
HARRY POLLARD i
IX "LOSE NO TIME" )
-U verture? t
W??li Ftrest Orchetfra
V. MIRSKZT, Conductor
?athe Xews?Topics o/ the Day 1
?|f CRANDALL'S 18th & Coi.Rd
BcfiBKlnff at 2:30 P. 31.
With l'OB C'hiiarj In
FOR tHOsE Wfc LCV
x BOBBY VKRXO\
In ??pin': ***** S?""
Cantinnous 10:30 a. m.?11 p. m.
s P?e c t a cle
immortal low* it#*^
?VWTB hill* JULJVi.1
| AND CAST OF 35.000 <
CAMP FIRE GIRLS EXPECT
MR; DAVIS AT MEETING
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt and
Other Prominent Washingtonians !
Likely to Attend.
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt. Secre- '
tary of Labor James J. Davis and othsi
prominent residents of Washington
are expected to attend the nation*:
conference of the Camp Fire Girii.
In New.. York city from January 23
to 28 at the Hotel Ambassador.
At the gathering there will be a
discussion of the modern girl and her .
needs, a mammoth council fire, the j
presentation of the Harriman medal !
to the Camp Fire Guardian who ac- [
compllshed most during the past year
and an exhibition of hand craftsman
Mrs. Catt. Secretary Davis and Mrs. I
James tees Laldlaw are expected to 1
attend as members of the national !
advisory couijcil. Other advisory!
delegates include Mrs. Philip Northj
Moore of St. Louis, Mrs. C. P. Bala- I
banoff of Tacoma, Wash.; Mrs. Harold
C. Bradley of Madison. WTis.; Mrs.
Nathan Miller, wife of the governor
of New York: Dr. Eugene Lyman
Fisk, Mrs. Edsel Ford, Mrs. John
Timothy Stone, of Chicago. W. G.
Calderwood of Minneapolis and John I
.A. hotter. Mrs, Warren Harding is I
shstirman of the advisory board. 1
A message of greeting from Presi- |
dent Harding is expected to be read I
at the banquet at thQ Hotel Ambas
sador on January 24. I
, WOMEN ELECT OFFICERS.
Mrs. Walter I. McCoy was re-elected
to the presidency of the George Baldwin
McCoy Unit of the American Women's I
Legion yesterday at the Church of the
Covenant. Other officers elected were
Mrs. E. Lester Jones, vioe president; ;
Mrs; Cary V. Hodgson, secretary, and i
Mrs. Robert Coe, treasurer. Mrs. Marl- i
borough Churchill, Mrs. Louis Clark j
Lucas and' Mrs. R.. F. Patton were
named membets of tjje executive com-1
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Society Soloists and Musicians
Other All-Star Acta
In "THE POI.IXH TJAXCER"
Auditorium, Tue., 8.30, Jan. 10
. 13th St. and N. Y. Ave.
Tickets, $2. $1.50. ?1??t 1S06 G ?t. K.W.
T. Arthur Smith, Inc.
The Famous Peruvian Contralto
THEATER1 Friday, 4:30, Jan. 13
Tickets. S2.50. $2. fl.EO. $1?1306 G St.
T Arthur Sm'.th. Inc.
B. F. KEITH'S
DailySun. j:? Hol'y
Some New Year Bill!
THE EMOTIONAL STAR
In "THE WHITE WAY," a Dramalet
By Jack Lait
ROGERS & ALLEN
Hear Them Now Before
Grand Opera Gets Them
Brother of Al, in an Operatic Burlesque
KD LEE WROTHK A OW EN MAR
TIN. LOLA A SENIA?Bl'RKE A
D1KIN. MrALLE.% A <AR?OX.
KEALO. In Peppy Popular PitMtlmes
nn.i UAUli a
| METROPOLITAN |
F at fOtb 1 '
The Dramatic Story
of a Beautiful Girt
who is Haunted by the
Memories of a Hidden
Stewart's Most Sump
1 u o us Production.
With a Oreat Cast, Led
. by Walter McGrail
*nd Alan Forest.
"LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR"
N. MIRSKEY, Conductor.
**G MINOR PRELUDE*'
TWO SHOWS DAILY, t:lS AHD S:U
With Bert Igttnj.
lleit Weak, "Baby Bean" and Sil-Dajr
Dr. Russel Ha ConweU
Will Deliver ?
"Acres of Diamonds"
Monday, January 9?8:00 P.M..
Flr^t Coair relational Chare*
tVHets fl.CC. Reservations wjh H. J,
mt ?*r, '?r ffll* W W.
. ? 'v.A
TONIGHT, 8:20. MAT. TODAY, 2:20
Over 600 Times in New York. Over 500 Times in Chicago.
Owing to' the Tremendous Popularity
and Enormous Demand for Seats, "The
Bat" Will Remain at Poli's Theater
ONE MORE WEEK
BEGINNING NEXT SUNDAY EVENING
Seats Now Selling for 2d Big Week
MS I*?. Ave. S.B.
MATS. I I'M l>AII,YV? P.M. Mr3i?A<v
TODAY ELAINE HAMMEK8T1S1N, in
"THE WAV OK A MAIU." And JOHN
NY H1NES, In "TOKl'HY A I.A CAKTE."
ADIIEU MATIXEE ATTRACTION, "HIB
RICANE HUTCH" No. 12.
TOMORROW -ANITA fTKWART. In
**I'I*AYTH1NU8 OK DESTINY.- And
COMEDY. THY AND TKY AGAIN." .
APIILLO I IIIOa'I EH
024 H St. N.E.
MATI NEE SATURDAY. K:3?.
TODAY?THOMAS JEE?'Elt?ON. in "RIP
VAN WINKLE." And Cartoon.
"CHARLIE'S AFRICAN (JUE8T." ADD
ED MATINEB" ATTRACTION." "HLlllll
CASK HUTCH" No. 11 ?
TOMOlt HOW?JACKIE COOOAN, in "MY
BOY." Aliil LAItHY SEMON. in "THE
8 A W MILL." _ '
PDANnAII'C YORK THEATER
IKAnUALL 9 un.Aic.?l?iirbw?t.
TODAY?HOISE PETK1S8. in "THE MAN
KltOM I.OST KINEIt." Ami HAltKY
POLLARD. in "THE COltNEIt i'Ol KET. '
ADDED MATINEE ATTRACTION. 'HUH
K1CANE HI TCH 1 No. 11.
I'OMottliolV- -\oi.MA TALM AlHiE, in
_ THE WON DEIU'UL TII 1NU." __
riori I? ?if p?- *><?? f'' >*'? 953
UAV.LC conway teahle.
I-arrjr Seuimi Cuuiedjr. "Houh-. S?wt Hoiue.'
CMPIDC *11 11 Street
binrinc ali,ktak cast, in
"OUT OK the dkpths."
Al?o t'omwl?. ?
1st St. and R. I. Ave.
FHARLES KAY, in
"TWO MiyUTEB TO GO."
IltCDTV North Cupltol and P St*.
LiDLI\ I 1 HERE DANIKIiS. iu "THE
SPEED ?ilP?L." LARRY SKMoN, in
"THE BELLHOP." ? .
n ITC ?4th Street and R. I. Ave.
E.LI1E. foM GALU^V and WII-FUED
N0RTIL1 ?" 'THE SON OF WALLIVJ
ijAUC 1230 C Street fc.E.
nuinc. last day?
TRUXT0N v *??s??-K
?nwaiv?W|,j IAM FAIRBANKS, in
"A WESTERN DEMON."
EXTRA ? Ml K i ARTI.U DRAMA.
I YRIP Mtfc and Irving: Stau V.W.
MARIE PREVOHT. in "NO
BODY'S F|)I?L" And Foujpdy. Matim-t
_ <?uiy. "INVLSIuLE RAY" No. 7.
_ "THE I. P. TRAIli."
O APHAPI ? yih 1,1 ? Street K.W.
XUUIIALL lior.SE PETERS, in
"THE INVISIBLE POWER."
Also "DO OR DIE" No. Hi Open !i:30 'I'mlay.
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, in
THOMAS MEIGHAN. in
"WHITE AND I'NM A KIM ED."
rtFW STANTON 1,1,1 & c
*"?'** iJ II vll (*i>niin?i??ii? from - p.m.
GE.4P.GE W.tlSM. ;i
II ? Gx-atent Sihvp>*.
"I LI .. lAn.it A.* i*
EXTRA MATINEE ATTRACTIONS.
"AiHE.s'lTi.i^ OK KILL AND BOH."
>mi|i ii< - Bob Fat.'* lfuti and 4
COMEDY NIGHT. Special added attrac
tion. LAI.) MARGARET. *.agf laud's
PI<ri*NT ISth and Von Sweet?
1\LUL111 ANTONIO MORENO, in
"SEFRET OF THE HILLS/*
LAST DAY RIFHARD BARTHKLMESS. in
"TOI/ALLE DA* ID." And HARRY POl*
LAKD. in "LOSE No TIME."
-TOMORROW- ANITA STEWART, in - THK
INVISIBLE FEAR." And 1 '? EN TUItPIN.
in ???SRIGHT LYES."" SPECIAL Ml :
FAL F FA'IF RES.
? ? nrfiviAii. 8PE< IAL.
W. OHIKK1THS HtMlCCHON.
THE FALL OF BAUYLOV"
CAROLINA *EI-SIE KERGUSON " anil
MARC M.YCDERMOTT. in "FOOT
I iii. UTS " Pat bp N?*wk and Ae*?p*
iatiV. Tomorrow?JACK HOLT. Li LA
LEE. and CHARLES OGLE.
ti VMDir 14th ami lT St..
JLI Wlrll- TODAY IirsTIN KARNUM.
in "THE PRIMAL LAW." SHOWS
TllMoitHOW?KIRST PRESENTATION IN
'WASHINGTON. THE FAMOUS PRIMA
DONNA AND BEAU1\. UNA <A\ AW
VERI. in "MAD LOVE," sopiwr^d by
U'FIEN MURATORE of the Metropolitan
Opera Co. Shows 3:00. 4:40, 6:2l?,
I RAN A i?C
^ o 1sth st ,f1 Kd
MATINEE SATURDAY AT L'tlUj
TODAY LETTY FOMPSON and U?N
FHANEY. in "FOR THOSE WE liON E."
And P.OF.BY VERNON, in "PURE AND
TOMORROW?AN IT A STEWART, in "THE
INVIMBLE FE.*tv." And BEN TOivPIN.
in "BRIGHT EYES." _
rPANHAI V 'Q Theater, 9th 4b E Sta.
tlVAHDALL J TODAY -SE8SUE
HAYAKAWA. In "THE SWAMP" And
AL ST J IHN. in "FAST AND FURIOUS."
TOMORR(?W?THOMAS JEFFERSON. iu
? "RIP VAN WINKLE."
It A. M.?All Wffk?It P. *.
THE LOVE ROMANCE OF
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
WOMAN THE WORLD HAS
WITH THE SPLENDOR
OF THE ORIENT
A Wm. Fox Super-Production
1?:M a. xo.?lt:30?f:15?3:55?
G A Y E T Y EXT
Twice Dallr. 2tlS and A:1S
BIG WONDER SHOW
REPUBLIC Near 14th
Amarlca'a Fineit Colored Theater.
2:30 P.M.?Last Day?11 P.M.
' Betty Common?Milton 8111a, la
"At the End of the World"
- folaode Xo. ?. "Breaking Throarh."
M?ttnee Saturday, Mo to 11.M. SESEKT
tAJTDB, a tau of Ion aad adventure,
, wltk'a* oaoegtUnal ealt.
VEST XOWDAY. IUTI VOW
shock ranzuo* rr*>?t>
with nanT nmonoi
And Hew T?k Otagwr ud Frodnctioa
OrA. |*.M Md ??. ^Balcony, tl.M. >1.
50;. Thi'jr?. and Sat. Ka.a. t?t to M.
Opposite Lafayette Park and White House
>Hft~A ?:!& P.M. :8nnday. itliU EST.
JLL NEWSPAPER CRITICS AGREE.
THE BEST BILL OF THE SEASON."
\ TRULY ALL STAR PROGRAM.
London's Revue Idol
LEE WHITE With Clay Ssitli
In a Series of Sparkling Songs
?e Recent Star of the Follies and Musical
th the Madison Sisters, Robert Dooley
sther of the famous family), and Com*
A South American Melange of Sonr,
Dance and Musio
With Harry Ormonde, Emilia Delirio,
Roberto Medrano A Co.
LUCTTGILLETT A CO.. MARIE STOD
? '.RD. KRANZ A WHITE. OIERO,
EACH-WALLIN TRIO. GAUD8MITH
BROTHERS. SHUBERT NfWS WEEKLY.
15 cents 50 cents
*est seats in the house (except on 8at.(
iunday and holiday). NIGHTS. 86c to $1.
' Kext Week?Vaudeville'* coat
lent and largest attraction, "The
Whirl of Xew York."
Next Week at the
Beginning Sunday 3 P.M.
Vaudeville's Largest and Most
"The Whirl of
Mostly Pretty Girl*
Mirth Melody Dance*
A Winter Garden $8.50 Show
Condensed for Vaudeville
No Increase in Prices
Continuous?10:30 a. tr..?11 p. m.
LAST TIMES TODAY
rOANCCS UODGSON BUBNCTTS
I ENGAGEMENT POSITIVELY I
P LOEWS pi
Continuous 10:30 A. M?11 P. M.
LAST TIMES TODAY
WITH 1,11,4 I.FK
The n^vcr to b" forgotten hero of
"The Four Horspm?*n ??f the Apoc
alyp?f>" and "The Sheik." in Metro's
splendid and marrellon* ????creption!?
R' HO^O^K. HAl.ZAf"
WITH ALICE TERRY
We suggest you come
to the early perform
ances in order to be as
sureef of a goc* seat.
litf, v f st.m; i
National l,st t:me
? I lUIWI. TONIGHT. 8:20
Matinee Today, 2:20
In J. Hartley Manners' New Flay,
"The NATIONAL ANTHEM"
Starting Next Monday Seats Selling
DAVID BELABCo Presents
In Eugene Walters' Gieat Play.
THL LAS It ST WAV
Jack Hoffman and Lillian Hoskins
Formerly Mrs. H. L. Holt
1141 Conn. ave. Ballroom ami all benches of
staye dancing correctly taught. Cl?M*ea fur
children and adult* Kr. SlKW-J.
12 CLASS LESSONS, Si
"The Washington." 431 lllh n.w. 11*
Pnvate lessons hj appoiurjaem.
North 5197. 1715 Connecter Ave.
PROFESSOR ANtni R S~~ACH Kit* 8 SIT I?I. i.
1127 10th st. n.w.?Tins* Monday and Friday.
8 to 11 p.m. Private le?M?n? by npiwlntiuent.
Phone North 6786. Established 1HK>. ? V
DAVISON'S%?U29 &1 n.w.
The season's new danc**??latest stein*.
Teach you to dance corr^-tly in a few leason*
Strictly private. Any hour. Separate alodm.
Normal course for teaching or expert daiiciu*.
Class Sat. eve. totwrttoai and dancing. 8 to 1
6 Dupont rir< le (Dupout Rtudiol. Pli.lr.14JR-?
Ballroom and Stage Dancing.
Children's '-lass opeuing Sat.. Oct. I.
CATO KR"INE BA ? IlJB.
at 719 9th st. n * .
will teach you to dan?*e in a -pw lessons ant
produce results. Private less ma any tim*.
Classes Tuesdays and Fridays Hours. 9.30
a.m. to 10:30 p m. Franklin 050*.
Week Nighta, 8:30 to 12
14th st. asd Park road
NOT A "DANCE HALL"
A PERFECT PLACE TO
?ATCHLXSS MUSIC VABT FLOOR
POPULAR PRICES STRICT CliNSOE
Dftncinf Lmhu. Hill Hour, IJM
406 Seventh St. K.W. .
Open 1 P. II. to 11:80 P. K.
CU?? Moaday. Wed^iertw. Friday, Satartjy,
GLOVER'S. 613 22nd ? PHIVATE LESSONS
any time, 76c. Coornc. sis lesson*. $3.50. Class
Tin'*., Kr!. Ballroom for rent. $7._ W. 1128.
Want to I>ance? Sou can-learn *
Riahtway School of Dancing,
1218 New York aw. n.w.
We give to our rwinr atudents ?w
half hour individual private lessons.
*1. You need not have aa appoint
ment. For tea yeara Amertea'a fore
mutt dancing academy. Prlvata 1a
? atruction 'from 10 ?.?. to 10 jvrn.
n. r. 7SM. ?*
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