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IN FMT CRASH Traffic Is Delayed Several Hours When Engines Col | * lide Near Laurel, Md. CARS ARE DEMOLISHED Train Crews Jump as Locomotives Meet at Switch?Victim in Hospital. One man was slightly injured, con siderable rolling stock was ruined and traffic between Washington and the north stopped yesterday after noon when two freight trains of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad crashed head-on near Laurel, Md. The accident occurred at a switch a short distance rrom the Laurel sta tion. So terrific was the impact that both engines and four heavily laden freight cars were demolished, while others were hurled from the rails, tearing up the tracks for a distance of fifty feet. The crews of both trains saw that the collision was inevitable, and all jumped except David Ramsey, an en gineer. He was taken to a hospital in Baltimore, where it was said his leg had been fractured. No cause for the accident had been found early today and officials de clined to place responsibility until after an investigation. 'Traffic over the Baltimore and Ohio lines was stopped for several hours while de bris was being rt-moved. but regular schedules had been re-established this morning. CATHOLIC MEN ELECT. Donovan Heads Council and Hickey Made Vice President. Thomas J. Donovan was elected president of the National Council of Catholic Men at its annual conven tion last night in the Catholic Com munity House, 6th and E streets northwest Other officers elected were: Andrew I. Hickey, vice president; Hugh C. Mitchell." financial secretary: Peter A. Drury, treasurer. Executive com mittee: Dr. A. A. Kussell. John^ H. Hunter, George J. Cleary, T. K. Gal liher. C. A. McCarthy. Dr. D Arcy McGce. John T. Guilfoyle. H. K. Mur phv and M. B. Harlow. The Rev. J. C. Geale, S. J., newly Installed president of Gonzaga Col lege, and National Executive Secre tary M. J. Slattery spoke. A. C. Monoghan outlined the plans for an industrial school for negro youths to be established in southern Maryland. ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES. (TONIGHT.) Printing Office Unit, No. 1, U. V. A. W., will meet at 8 o'clock. Lawn party for benefit of Holy Familv Day Nursery will be held at 519 4th street, opposite pension of fice. Amusement features. Gen. Nelson A. Miles Camp. No. 1. U. S. W. V.. will meet, 8 o'clock, at 111h and E streets, to Instruct dele gates to annual convention at I>os Angeles to bring next convention here. Kirheat In Vitnmina. Take Father John's Medicine today.? Advertisement. HONOR SCHOOLS NAMED. Maryland TJ. -and Four Virginia In stitutions on Lists. Twenty-five colleges, where mili tary training is imparted under fed eral auspices, have been officially designated by the War Department as "Distinguished Colleges" and ten civilian military schools have been similarly designated as "Honor Mili tary Schools." In the category of "Distinguished Colleges" are included the University of Maryland. College Park, Md., the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Poly technic Institute, Blacksburg, Va., and the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington. Va. The Fishburne Military Academy, "Waynesboro, Va.. and the Staunton Military Academy, Staunton, Va., are included in the list of "Honor Mili tary Schools." Flowers for all Occaniona. The best specimens come from Gude's, 1214 F.?Advertisement. SEEK DOVER SUCCESSOR. Appointee to Treasury Post to Be Named Soon. Announcement of the administra tion's choice of a successor to Elmer Dover, former assistant secretary of the Treasury, may be expected soon, it is indicated by high Treasury offi cials. While the final selection has not been made, it was said that much thought had already been given to the question and that the choice had narrowed down to a few men. The work of the office, which Is in charge of the collection of the revenues, both customs and internal revenue, was said to be of such size that an as sistant must be chosen shortly In or der to keep up the important business Of that part of the government. FIREMAN HURT IN FALL. XJeut. Basher Injured While Fight ing' Conduit Road Blaze. Lieut. John Busher of No. 5 engine Company injured his head and one of fits hips last night when he fell through a floor at 4901 Conduit road while fighting a fire there. He was treated at Georgetown University Hos pital. The flTe, which was caused by & short circuit, did much damage, the extent of which has not been deter mined. BAKER ESTATE, $90,000. Probated Will Shows Securities Valued at $40,000. Mrs. Clara E. Baker left an estate Valued at $90,000, according: to the petition for the probate of her will submitted yesterda.y. The estate com prises realty valued at $50,000 and gtooks, bonds and other securities estimated at $40,000. Her heirs are her two children. Held S. Baker and Lula L. Mensa. Attorneys Millan and Smith represent the estate. Stag Hotel, 608 9th SUMMER RATES Pkoae Mala 8108 $7 room,. $? WMklr: $10.60 ???. ?S? $14. win. toU.t, ?hower and Urmtory. $10; 1 la - room. 50 per cant mora. Like Mother Used to Keep BAND CONCERT. Judiciary Park, today at 7:*0 p.m., concert by a section of the United States Marine Band; Tay lor Branson, second leaner. March, "1 he Land of Moa," Llthgow Overture, "If I Were Klrfg." Adam Second movement from sym phony "Leonore" Raff Duet foil flute and horn, "Serenade" Tltl Musicians Clayton Lindsay and Adolphe Seldler. Excerpts from "The Little Duchess" De Koven "Celebrated Minuet," I'aderewsky "From Italy." a selection of Italian folk songs, arranged by Clark. "The Star Spangled Banner." By the Army Music School Band, at Walter Keed Hospital, tonight, at 6:30 o'clock. Senior Bandleader Students Conduct ing. (a) March. "General Lejeune" Branson (b) Fox trot, "Georgia," Donaldson (Conducted by. Sergt. James C. v Burden.) Overture, "The pirate," Bellini Conducted by Sergt. Henry Bellman.) Selection, "The Chocolate Sol dier" Strauss (Conducted by Sergt. George C. Hewitt.) Andante Religioso, "The Last Hope" Gottschalk (Conducted by Staff Sergt. John O. Clover.) Solo for saxophone, (a) "Lanette" <b) "Laverne" ' Henton (Played by Private First-class Eugene Hostetter.) Tarantella. "Forosetta." Ardltl (Conducted by Staff Sergt. James B. Allen.) Ballet music from "William Tell" Rossini (Conducted by Staff Serg# Wll ford G. Archambeault.) March, "The Queen of Sheba." Gounod (Conducted by Staff Sergt. George Wohlmacher.) "The Star Spangled Banner." ANNOUNCES PROGRESS IN HOSPITAL PROGRAM Dr. White, in Charge of Work for Veterans, Beplies to A. A. Sprague's Criticisms. The Veterans' Hospital program,, under the so-called first Lansley bill, which has been assailed by A. A. Sprague of the American Legion, will be completed by May, Dr. Charles White, chairman of the consultants on hospitalization of the Treasury Department, announced today. Dr. White, whose home and profes sional practice are in Pittsburgh, was in the city today on one of his in frequent official visits, and took oc casion not only to announce the con tinued progress of the hospitalization program of the Treasury toward com pletion next spring, but to make light of Sprague's information. Mr. Sprague, said Dr. White, had been invited time and again to come to the Treasury Department and con fer with officials who are In charge of the Treasury hospitalization pro gram. He had >een invited to make a tour of inspection of the* plants under construction. Mr. Sprague had never responded to any of the gov ernment's invitations, it was said, but had continuously pursued a pro gram of attack, without so much as a call at the Treasury. Gen. Abel Davis, predecessor to Mr. Sprague, it was said at the Treas ury, had frequently conferred with Treasury officials, offered suggestions from the legion, but after carefully inspecting the actual work and con ferring with officials in charge, had sponsored a resolution which was adopted by the American Legion praising the Treasury program and th6 personnel back of It. Sprague's charges are considered lightly by Assistant Secretary Clif ford, in charge of the supervising architect's office, and by Dr. White. His charges were said at the Treas ury not to be founded on fact. Bouquets for Augnost Bride*. Wedding decorations. Shaffer, 900 14th. ?Advertisement. SCHOOL BOARD UPHELD IN PROMOTION TESTS Justice Holllng of the District Su preme Court has dismissed a rule to show cause Issued in a suit for in junction against the board of educa tion and Frank W. Ballou, superin tendant of schools, to prevent the holding of an examination for eligi bles for promotion from Group A to group B of Class 6 of teachers In the public schools. Suit was filed by William J. Wallls, Guy C. Clinton. Elizabeth Burtwell and Annett T. Ditto, who claimed that they had taken the examination to qualify under an understanding that no further examination would be held until they had received promotions. They declared that recent regulations passed by the board of education un der which the new examination way called would affect adversely their status on the list of ellglbles. They claim they were entitled to remain '? on the list until appointed, while the ' new rules provide the life of the ell- j glble list shall comprise only two years. The action of the board In passing the rule and directing tht examina tion was held by the court to be with in their discretion. GARAGES The P. A. Roberts Const Co., Inc. Successors to Prestos A. Roberts The Munsey Bldg., Main 1776 Builder* of the "IDEAL" Garage?consider ing quality, the cheapest la the city. Re member the name?ROBERTS. tlO Pqwb, 10 Month?Cssls or Tcrass vou ?won't bare any difficulty in finding the particular kind of atationery you want here. E. Morrison Paper Co. 1009 Pa. Are. MOUNT VERNON AND Alexandria, round trip Arlington Bids Trip, 10c additional. ?lactrie cars leara 12th and Pennsylvania avenue northwest on tha hour and half-hour?0:00 a.ai. to S:K> Running time?00 arisatos. Waibington-Vir^nU^Railwajr C* POHICK CHURCHBUS LINE Xakea connection at Xt. Vernon with oars leaving Waahi^rton 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. dally?0:00 a.m. and i.00 p.m. Bundaya. 80 Savings Dept. Open Until . 5 P.M. Tuesday and Wednesday Federal National Bank Wife, 16, Sfecretly Wed, Asks Separation From Husband, 55 Charlotte Louise Ryon Jones, sixteen years old, by her mother, Hattle A. Ryon, filed suit yesterday in the Dis trict Supreme Court for the annul ment of her marriage to John F. Jones, flfty-flve years old. The cere mony took place at Alexandria, Va., August 26, 1921, and the child has since resided with her mother. Her age was falsely given in the marriage license as eighteen years. The plaintiff tells the court that since she was a small child she has lived with her parents near the home of Jones and frequently visited at his house. In the year 1917, she states, her father was afflicted mentally and was tak%n to the asylum. At that time Mr. Jones told her, she states, that he would take care of the child. Frequently he gave her small sums of money, she said, and showed her WILL HOLD JOINT OUTING AT CHESAPEAKE BEACH Prize Waltz, Backward, Peanut, Three-Legged and Sack Races at Eagles-Bed Men Fete. Prize waltzing, a backward race, a peanut rac?, a three-legged race, a sack race, a tug-of-war, a swimming con test, foot races and a spoon and egg race are on the program of Washington Aerie, No. 125, Fraternal Order of j Eagles, and the Great Council of the I Independent Order of Red Men, .which | tomorrow will hold a joint outing at Chesapeake Beach. The Eagles' committee is composed of Arthur A. Riemer, chairman and in charge of publicity; Harry C. Given, vice chairman and In charge of ath letics; Gus Backenheimer, secretary; Arthur Morgan, in charge of tickets; George Haske, treasurer; Luther B. Hayes, in charge of speakers; Edward L. Jordan, master of ceremonies; Messrs. Williams, Dnvis, Callan, Ryan, Fisher. Rinehart and Smith, in charge of public order; Dr. Ch.irles L. Waters, physician, and Messrs. Riouling, Frank hauser and Evans, in charge of com missary. Thomas H. Dennis of 1006 I street southeast, is in charge of arrangements for the Red Men. such attentions as are usually be 'stowed by adults on small children. When the wife of the defendant died in 1918, the plaintiff then twelve years! old. often visited the home of the de | fendant, she says, washed his dishes, j swept the floor and performed other I housekeeping tasks for him. He fre quently asked her to marry him, but she declined, and It was only after he I had procured the license in Virginia I without her knowledge, and coaxed her for two days, that she consented to accompany him to Alexandria for the ceremony. The mother was op posed to her- marriage, the plaintifT says, and the defendant persuaded her to keep it secret, which she did. The secret was given away by the defendant July 23 last, when he in formed her mother of the marriage. She charges the marriage was pro cured by fraud and deceit and asks that It be annulled. The plaintifT is represented by Attorney Richard L. Merrick. SUIT AGAINST I. C. C. LOST Refrigerator Firm May Appeal War Claim Case. Justice Hoehling yesterday refused a mandamus against the I. C. C. asked by the Chicago, New York and Boston Refrigerator Company to compel the certification of several thousands of dollars claimed to be due the com pany under the six months' guaranty clause of the transpoVtation act of 1920 for the use of its cars by the United States during the war. The court holds that the decision of the commission was correct as the refrig erator company is not a common car rier as that term is used in the act. Attorney William G. Wheeler repre sented the company and will probably note an appeal to the Court of Ap peals. COL. HABTS TO COBLENZ. Col. William W. Harts, Field Ar tillery, formerly in charge of pub lic buildings and grounds in the Dis trict of Columbia, who is in. Europe on leave of absence, has been ordered to^Coblenz, Germany, for duty with the American forces In that sector of the Rhine valley. TRANSFER BANS SERGEANT. Staff Sergt. Alex Natafalusy, Army Band, at Fort Hunt, Va., has been ordered to Carlisle Barracks. Fa., for duty with the band at that station. r Waking up your skin with Lifebuoy is so delightful, so re freshing, so wonderful in results. Every day your skin grows smoother and clearer. Blemishes disappear. Every morning you discover new softness and beauty in your complexion. Wake up your skin! LIFEBUa HEALTH SOAP. The big RED cake Ostentation. ? ? I load my aunts with precious stones, I hang rich furs upon their bones, and send them through the town; "The fact that I am heeled," I say,""with coin enough to load a dray, must have a wide renown. I represent the newly rich, and hav ing clambered from the ditch up to a high estate, I want the whole blamed world to know that I have every kind of dough put down in keg and crate." My house is like a large hotel, and in it stately foot men dwell, a butler from abroad; with jeweled tools I swat the flies? and all is done to advertise the fact that I've a wad. My socks are brought from far-off France, and London tailors make my pance, my neckties come from Rome; and yet, with splendor all arou'nd. I heave a sort of doeful sound, as I sit in my home. For all my efforts don't im press my mossback neighbors, I con fess, and hence my weary sigh; those neighbors watch my trail of smoke and seem to size me as a joke, and smile when I go by. Old guns who sit in shabby nooks and paw the leaves of ancient books look on me with disdain, and resi dents whose only pride is that their dads for freedom died, observe me with a pain. With such a bank ac count as mine, with all around me sleek and fine, my life should be a song; I am the man who cuts the ice, I am the one who has the price, and yet I don't belong. (Copyright.) WALT MASON. NABCOTIC AGENTS NAB TWO. In a raid at 9 Limerick court south west late yesterday afternoon detec tives say they seized a Quantity of cocaine and heroin and arrested I a- - Roy Anderson and Mable Anderson, both colored. They are charged with violation of the Harrison narcotic law. l^ater they were released on )1,000 bond each. M?KTO HOME DRINKS BETTER Horsford's Acid Phosphate makes fruit juices, or plain water, more cool ing. Invigorating, wholesome, delicious.?Ad vertisement. TODAY'S AXTTSEIPNTS. BE LA SCO?"Up In Mabel's Room." performance at 8: to p.m. GARJUCK?"The Gentleman ? From Mississippi," with Tom Wise. Per formance at 8:30 p.m. v KEITH'S?Florence Walton, vaude ville, at !:15 and 8:16 p.m. COLUMBIA?"Nanook of the North." photoplay, at 10:40 a.m., 12:32, 2:18, 4:15, ?, 7:45 and ?:45 p.m. METROPOLITAN?"Upd Hot Ro mance." at 11:41 a.m.nd 1:42, 3:43. 5:42, 7:44 and 9:44 p.m. PALACE?Viola Dana, In "They Uke 'em Rough," at 11 a.m., 12:45, 2:30. 4:20, 6:10; 7:55 and 9.55 p.m. CRAJVDALL'8?"The Crossroads of New York." at 12:80, 2, 3:30, 5. ?:30. 8 and 9:30 p.m. WEEKS LAUDS PEN WOMEN Praises Fledge to Defend Nation's Patriotic Traditions. Praising the National League of American Pen Women for the recent passage of a resolution pledging the Pen Women's defense of "the patri otic traditions of our country," Sec retary of War Weeks has written the organization, stating that with such co-operation "the deceptive and in sidious propaganda of unpatriotic persons and associations win not l>e countenanced for long in our coun try." .Jsatatf >?'lth a membership of 1,500 pro fessional writing women of the coun try. with eighteen branches In differ ent states. Secretary Weeks declares he realizes the women's potent power for publicity. RENT BODY IS VICTOR. Injunction Denied to Prevent Re duction of Rentals. Justice Hoehllng has denied an in junction and dismissed a bill brought against the District Rent Commis sion by William D. Tennllle, owner of premises 1320 Biltmore street, for an injunction to prevent the reduc tion of rentals made by the commis sion. The case was pending before the commission at the request of the tenant when Mr. Tennllle bought the property last February, and he claimed he was not made a party before the decision of the commis sion was rendered. He was repre sented by Attorney Richard A. Ford. ************ ************* * Keep in Touch With Home * * While You Are Away * it Things'U be happening thai you'll want if to know all about?so let * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ? * * * * %\\z Quoting ptaf punday ptaf follow you wher ever you are so journing. Address may be changed as often as desired by simply dropping us a line, giving the old address as well as the new one. The Star is the only afternoon paper in Washing ton carrying the As sociated Press dis patches.^ RATES BY MAIL, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Maryland and Virginia 1 Month. 1 Week. Dafly and Sunday 70c 20c v Daily only.? .*??P?jv.50c 15c Sunday only .20c Sc AH Other States X Month. Daily and Sunday.....,85c Daily only .? . ?*. ?*? . ? 60c * Sunday only t. .25c Call at the office or mall check or money order and service will be reliably given. 1 Week. 25c 20c 10c ft************************ EDMONSTON'S ? Home of the Original FOOT FORM Boots and Oxfords for Men, Women & Children Close Saturdays at 2 P.M.; Daily at 5:30 P.M. August Clearance SALE OF SHOES Means All Broken Lines of 2-Strap Pumps and Oxfords Less Than Factory Prices LOT ONE EXTREME BROKEN LINES?WOMEN'S . 2-STRAP PUMPS & OXFORDS $2-5# Lot Two?A Good Assortment of Women's 2-Strap Pumps and Oxfords '3 s5 Lot Three?A Rather Wide Range of Styles and Sizes in Strap Pumps and Oxfords ?7,io Savings Up to $5.00 at Least Discount on All Regular and Complete Lines of Strap Pomps and Oxfords EDMQNSTON & CO. v; ' \ 1334 F Street (IiNtfanM) Andrew Bets, Manager t _ Advisers, and Authorities on all Foot TroaMes AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. Special Film Features! UfiMF 1230 c ke. I1U1UU GLADYS WALTON. In "SECOND-HAND KOBE." CRANDALL'S METROPOI.IT A N F Street nt lot* THIS WEEK?JOHN EMERSON and ANITA LOOS' "RED HOT ROMANCE." And IRVING (TMMINOS, in "CORPORAL JIM'S WARD." fRANHAI V 'Q Theater. 9th A IS Stn. VAAilUALL J TODAY?MACK KES NETT'S GREATEST SIX-REELER. "THE CROSSROADS OF NEW YORK." Ami COMEDY. "GOOD MORNING. JUDGE." TOMORROW?ETHEL CLAYTON. In "FOR THE DEFENSE." Ami COMEDY. " 'TIS THE BULL" CRANDALL'S JKBHT 14th and Col. ltd. MAT. 2 P.M. DAILY; 3 P.M. SUNDAY. TODAY?PAULINE FREDERICK. In "THE GLORY OF CLEMENTINA," with COM EDY. "ANY OLD PORT." TOMORROW ? MABEL RALLIN, in "OTHER WOMEN'S CLOTHES." And COMEDY, "CIROUS DAYS." CR^DALL'S~^e^ea?ra^ MAT. 2 P.M. DAILY: 3 P.M. SUNDAY. TODAY?PAULINE FREDERICK, in "THE GLORY OF CLEMENTINA." with JOHN NY HINES. in "TORCHY'S HOLD-UP." Performance* nt 1:43, 3:00, 4:40, 6:20, 8:0<>. 0:40. TOMORROW ? MABEL BALLIN, in "OTHER WOMEN'S CLOTHES." And COMEDY, "OH. PROMISE ME!" Per formances at 1:45, 3:00. 4:40, 6:20, 8:00, 9:40. CRANDALL'S APA?^? 624 H St. M.E. MATINEE SATURDAY. 2:00. TODAY AND TOMORR ROW?ANITA STEWART, in "THE WOMAN HE MAR RIED." fRANnAVI'^ YORK THEATER tlUUlUALL 0 Gn Are. AQnebec St MATINEE SATURDAY. 2:30. TODAY?ELLIOTT DEXTER, in "GRAND LARCENY." COMEDY. "THE BRIDE TO BE" and PRIZMA, "AWAY. DULL CARE!" TOMORROW?CONWAY TEARLE. in "THE REFEREE." And ERNEST TRUEX. in "THE BASHFUL LOVER." CI |TC 14th Street ami R. I. Ave. A* DORIS MAY. in "GAY AND DEVILISH." CAROLINA PRINCFSS 11'? H t IUIIV.L4JJ CLABA KIWI!A I.I. TOUNG. I In "THE KOAI> THliOl'GH THE DARK.." JIMM V ACUHE*. In "TUE MtCM HKXGEH." ~N. C. Ave. IX I I.Ah'I HAT?MA HUH ALL I NgOjUC'S "FOOL8 KIK8T." (Viturtng HII-HAHI) tux and CLA11IE W1XU80H. wmMwasarrs^ ??CODE or THE YUKON." Also 7tk ..Kjilaode ot "CQ QET 'EM. HUTCH." HIPPODROME turiiitr AGNEH AY RES and KODOIjPU VALENTINO. TOMORROW, "THE KISS. NEW THEATER. "WHY MEN FORGET." SOUTHEAST GARDENS ???; | S1AT AIJJHO.V, Id ' BIG GAME." C-om.djr. "THE LITTLE ItASCAL." And 8UK- I PKIHE NIGHT. RAPHAFI u,h ?? ? Street N.W. lUM ,UU,L LAST DAY DOROTHY I DALTON and MILTON RILLS, in "THE ?WOMAN THAT WALKED ALONE." FAVORITF H ??? ?< ix ??? I iniVMIL DU8TIN FARM'M. In "STRANGE IDOLS." tltli EpUode of "GO GET -EM. HUTCH." 1 NEW STANTON 1 fl.HIA KIMHALL YOUNG. In "THE WORLDLY MADONNA." HAROLD LLOYD-BEHK DANIELB COMEDY. I YRIf M,h "d lnlw Sta. M.W. L1,UV I'HISCILLA DEAN, In "THE VIRGIN OK WTAMBOUL." EMPIRE *n 11 S'rrrt M.E. , , SKENA OWEN, in "I.AV KMIEK AND OLD LACE." (otnedj, "LIVE WIRES." 1 AMERICAN >*< s<- ?. l. An. AITU.IVlV.An LAST DAT?MAE MOB RAY. In "FAS'" 1XAT1Q X." I IRFRTY North Capital aad P Ma. I LilULal 1 1 a 1.1 CP i.iL'p . n.i uiuw BOWERS, in "THE GOLDEN HAROLD LLOYD COMEDY. GIFT." OLYMPIC Street GLSH and WAL- I LACE REID. In D. W GRIFFITH'S "THE FATAL MARRIAGE." From I^ord Tennyson's immortal ik^ui. "ENOCH A RDEN." Ph.. W. 983 \ riprv r ZiOS Pa. Ave. VIOLA DANA, "SEEING IS BELIEVING." Great Falls Park FREE DANCING The Ideal Park for the Family Picnic. BOATI\<;( FISHING OUTDOOR SPORTS Frequent Train Service From 36th and M Sts. N.W. Ticket fare, adulta, 60 cents; children, 40 cents, round trip. -CRA ND A LL'S METROPOLITAN ? F AT TENTH. ? THIS WEEK JJJJ 10?30 A. M. TO 11 P. M. SS Ftrmt National Presenta = RES HOT = ROMANCE ? John Emerson and Anita ^Loos' All-Star Production of a Delici mmm oua Burlesque. ?AND? = Irving Cummings ?hb I* a Tense Romantic Dramalet, = Corp'l Jim's Ward IVewa?Sraiknr?Topics nllllllllll|illillllllr TB?I '25c to (l.OT 1 |FAMOf8 |3 Shubert GARRICK Theater PLAYERS TOM WISE s-tr MAV GENTLEMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI** Vent! TOM WISE. In SunJ "CAPFT RICKS.'* B.F.KEITH'S5' Up DAILY ?5SUN?-MOLLIS W?l<* Man of a Boautiful Star Florence Walton Grace Hayes Wm. Seabury & Co. Jos. X. Watson, Eliz. Kennedy k Milton Berle, Jean Granese. The Le Orohs. June ft Irene Kelva. The Autumn Three. Buy Early. Phones Kiln 4484. 4485, 6823. FILMS Developed and Printed. Yon will get the kind of serv ice you want. M. A. LEESE OPTICAL CO. 814 9th St. Bst""fc 712 11th Street Recommended % Service A Carpet and Rug Cleaner Turn to the Cassified Pages and look under the caption. "Recom mended Service"?there you'll find those who guarantee s a tisfactory service?in this and the other lines of personal and domestic utility. It's a good guide to follow?for they would not be listed there if they were not depend able. x For admission to the Recommended Service column?apply to Advertis ing Manager, Sixth Floor. P LOEWS ?? alace. Onttanou. 1I:M a. at.?11 ?. a. TODAT AND TOMORROW VIOU DMA ?IX? THEY LIKE 'EM ROUGH" A METRO PICTURE B?danli( Tk.ra.ar WANDA HAWLEY I. "The Truthful Liar" I LOEW'S COLUMBIA Ooatta?aa 1?:K A. X 11 T. M. it WOW PLAYING NANOOK OF THE NORTH" Ctl?lrt4 an. DlrKtrl by Robert J. Flaherty, FAGJ. A Story of Life and bore In the Actual Arctic! 40-Mile Moonlight Trips Colonial Beach Koo., Wad.. FrL at Sua., Taaa.. Tkaia, 7:1??Fr* Daaein*. ? a. m.; tat., H?i?? er Shine. 1 8:80 p, aa. Palatial Steamer St. Joint Seventh Street Wharf MARSHALL HALL Round Trip, 50c Free Dancing All Day Steamer Charles Maealeiter Leavea 7th St. Wharf 10 A. 1L. 2i30 and 7 P. M. B Shabrrt ELAS cO "UP IN MABEL'S ROOM" On* Week Only Scats. 1100 $2.50 SUNDAY EXCURSION TO Shenandoah Caverns, Va. August 6 Mammoth Subterranean Passages of Marvelous Beauty. SPECIAL TRAIN Lt. Washington (Union Bta.), 8:30 A.K. For tickeU, literature, etc., apply Bouth prn Railwnj. 1425 F ?t. 'n.w., or Ticket Ageut. Union Station. GLEN ECHO FREE ADMISSION AMUSEMENT PARK 25 Coney Island Features And Orhmjinn'a OrrhMtra for DANCING IBT~THE BIG BALL ROOM Chesapeake Beach Wathlnrton's Only Salt Watar Keaart. Ft? Dancing. All Saaahora Attraotlana. Hotel a*)d Cafe Sarrloa. Rooad Trips Adrlts, UK| Chlldrea, S5?. (Except Sundays and Holidays.) Trains Leave District Line Station: Saturdays?? 15. 10. 11:S0, 1:30. S. 3. S. t. Sundaya?9:30. 10:80. 11:30. 2. 3. 4:45. 8. Other Daya??\5. 10. 11:80. 8:80. 4:40. 8:30. 8. DANCING. NEW YORK CONSERVATORY We t?*ach you to dance in 7 l?aaons. Teacbera. PROF. FELDMAN. M1S8 MILIJSR, MISS COGG8WELL. MISS GROSS. Open 10 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. TWO PLACES?50fl 9th ST. N.W. 484 7th ST. N.W. Claas with up-to-date Ja*a orrheatra. PRIVATE OR CLASS LESSONS. GLOVER'S. 618 22nd N.W.?PRIVATE LES sons any time, 7.1c. Couree, aix leasona. 84. Uuar. results. Flue enriroument. W. 1129. Sisler-Layton Studio 1313 H 8T. N.W. Houra. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. We teach you the proper way to fox trot, waits, one-atep and college walk in a few pri vate lesaona. Moderate ratea. No appoint' ment required. 1 PRIVATE DANCING LXSS0V8 BIGHT WAY SCHOOL OF DAVCXVO 614 18th ST.. HEAR F *.W. Whara refinement rules; poo ast studio la city; anrallmant, 85: aincia laaaan, 81.80. Yon naad no appointment. 10 a.w. 10 ?.?n. PROF. AND MRS. ACHER'8 STUDIO. 1127 10th at. n.w. Class Monday and Friday. S_*f 11 p.m. Private lessons by appear Pbooa Franklin 8567 Established 1900^ DAVISON'S^' 1329 M n.w.ft* Tfirti yon to daaec mttkUj la a trw Ifm Strict)/ priratt. Aw hour. Lataat rtapa.