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CONCERT PLANNED
TO AID SANATORIUM
Proceeds Will Go to Aid Non
i Sectarian Tubecular Hos
i pital at Denver.
An ali-slar concert for the benefit
of the non-sectarian tuberculosis
•.anatorium at Denver. Co)., under the
management of the Jewish Consump
tives' Relief Society, the largest Jew
ish institution of its kind in the
world, will he held Tuesday evening,
March 13. at 8 o'clock, at the Masonic
Auditorium. 13th street and Xew York
avenue.
Tickets will be sold at Lee Baum-
Rarten's office. 1003 E street, for 82.50.
ft', $1.30 and sl. tax exempt. The
officers of the local committee are
Lee Baumgarten. chairman: Mrs.
Charles A. Goldsmith. Morris Gar-
Ankle, Rabbi Abram Simon and Jo
seph. L. Tepper, vice chairman, and
Louis Dinowltz. secretary.
The full committee, composed of
■prominent Washington Hebrews, is as
follows:
Committee in tkargr.
Mort is Cafritz. Aaron Cohen. Louis
Cohen, Charles M. Cohen. R. Oanzan
say, Mrs. L. Dinow it*. J. P. Dinov.-jt
r.er. Xathan Edelson. Mrs. X. Edel-
Km, Samuel Kurbct. Mrs. I. I' ehlntan.
M. Feldman. A. M. Fisiuk Max
Kischcr. Henry Franc, Isidor Freund.
K. Kutrovsky, H. Futrowsky. Fred S.
Gichner. Morris Goldman, ChatK-.s A.
ftoldsmith. Sant Goldstein. Dr. Charles
Cordo, Jacob Gritz. Morris Gumenick.
S. V. Gusaek, Paul Harm el. Mrs. P.
Uannel. Milton Hopfcnntaiev. Uabbi
M. A. Horwitz. B. Kotz. Mrs. M. ‘Cot
r.in, Abe Levy. Harris Lew, Mr*. it.
Llchtenberg. Rabbi J. T. Locb. L. E-
J.uria, R. H. H. Lyon, Max Pasternak.
Xathan Plotnick. Benjamin Rath,ln.
Charles Rappaport. Samuel Hip pa- 1
poll. Louis Rosenberg. M. D. Rosen
berg. Mrs. R. Rosenberg. William
Hosendorf. Mrs. Hannah Hosendorf.
Max S. Rosenthal, Solomon Rosenthal.
Mrs. J. Schiffman. L. B. Stltloss. A
Schumacher. M Segal. Rev. A. Sh'ft
ferman. Mrs, H. Schriber. Mrs. H. SU
\erberg. Rabbi G. Silverstone. Morris
Stein. Mrs. M. Stein. Abram E. Stern,
Milton Strasburger. Joe Temin. Mrs.
J. Veax. J. W r eitz. Joseph A. Wilncr,
Alexander Wolf. Mrs. B. W olf and
I’b. Vudelevit.
The Junior League committee —
Maurice Utckc-r. Elizabetli Brooks.
Rebecca Dint: in. William Goldberg.
Lillian Horowitz. Dorothy Kolker,
Clara L-witt. William Uablnowitz.
Evelyn Rosen, Rosa Santakow, B. Trapp J
ant, Mary L'gc-11.
.tin*leal Program.
The program will be rendered by
Ludwig Satz. feascha Jacobsen. Max
Bloch. Adele Bliss. Eugenia Bruman
and Laura Chernia'aky. The enter
i tainment will be divided into two
I parts, as follows:
\ Part I—Piano solo. “Melody" (Rach
'rtaninoffi. Eugenia Brutnan; tenor
'solo. “Aria" from “La Juive" (Hal
eryi.Max Bloch: violin solo.. "Spanish
Dance" (Sarasate). Sascita Jacobsen:
soprano solos. (a) “Jorne Jome." folk
song (Jewishi. and (bi “Viut-Vitree,'”
folk song < Little Russian), Adele
Bliss: “Teh Beink Aheint” (words by
Satz and music by Chernlavsky),
Ludwig Satz. actor. Laura Cherniav
sky, accompanist-pianist. Intermls-
Fon. Stereopticon views of the Den
ver Sanatorium.
Part 2 —Tenor solo. ‘■Because"
i D Hardineau). Max Bloch; violin
solo, “Souvenir de Moscov” (Wienlaw
ski), Sascha Jacobsen: soprano solo,
“Vissi D’Arte" (Tosca*. Adele Bliss;
• ich Xin Zurich in Attorney Street”
i words by Satz and music by Rum
ishinski), Ludwig Satz., actor; Laura
Chei niavsky. accompanist-pianist.
- "■ ►
Bragging
<• ❖
My car is on the blink, it's built
of tin and zinc, it isn’t worth a cuss;
hut when, as night descends, I gos
sip with my friends, I boost that
grand old bus. In ecstacy I say, “It
is a splendid dray, it fairly splits the
•wind; it isn’t much for looks; for
pep and speed, gadzooks, it has all
others skinned. Os winners it’s the
chief; it's never caused me grief in
ail its useful years; it fills my soul
with thrills when it goes up the
hills without a shift of gears.’’ My
car is on the bum. its works are
~ut of plumb, its cylinders all miss;
it has a broken back, its wheels re
fuse to track—my friends are wise
to this. Vet patiently they stand
and smile while I outhand such
fairy talcs as these; they know my
boast’s a fake, and yet they do not
make a reference to cheese. My
brags they do not quell, for they
have tales to tel! of wondrous cars
they own, of knocking records cold,
of triumphs manifold, to rend a
heart of stone. Their cars are
worse than mine, they all should
stand in line upon the junkman’s
floor: but still the boys relate
achievements high and great, and
claim a lirst-class score. We can’t
all ride in pomp, we can’t all proud
ly romp in shining limousines; and
if we’re soothed within by boosting
cars of tin, oh, who would spill the
beans?
i Copyright, i WALT MASON.
The Star’s Classi
fied Section is
Arranged for
Ready Reference
You can instantly turn
to the- classification in
which you are interested
and find yourself in close
touch with what you are
seeking. It’s the popu- H
lar exchange between Hi
those with a want and n
those who can supply it. H
Why The Star U
print* more Classi- I
tied Ads every day j
than ail the ’ other
papers in Washington 111
combined is obvious. J
“Around the Center” le 111
e Star Branch Dice. ffl
Jests And Jingles
l
TODAY'S WINNER.
I “The Eastern Shore must be
heaven," remarked the quiet
man In the smoking compartment,
j when the native of Talbot coun
ty had paused for breath,
i "No. my friend." replied the
I latter, earnestly. “Maryland Is
■ heaven, and the Eastern Shore is
j its garden spot."
E. TV. KIDWILER.
SSOJ Illinois avenue,
i. 4 check for Jive dollars iclll
today he sent to this contributor.)
.Vow that our soldiers have returned
from the Rhine, all we need to return
to normalcy Is a couple of revolutions
in Mexico.
THOMAS J. FORD,
Veterans' training center.
Silver Spring. Md
• * •
The reason why men who mind their ,
own business succeed Is because they
have such little Competition.
BARRY K. ELLERBROOK.
Its F street southeast \
• • •
This thought has caused us consterna- 1
tion: I
if there's not a wet goods shop,
Wf fear the coming generation
Can't irrigate its wild oats crop,
JOSEPH B. REPETTI,
707 tid street northwest.
• • •
Farmer (to school teacher) —I wish
I you-all would teach my buy trlgernom
etry. He caln't shoot worth a dura.
• • •
Preacher (to little boy*—Do vou
i know where bad boys go who fish'on
Sundays?
Boy—Sure, but 1 won't tell vou. You d
[ queer the whole thing.
BROWSIE H. KERR.
70S Otis street northwest.
• • •
As will happen these days the talk
had drifted around to prohibition.
■'Well," announced the pompous talk
er. “X don't mind saying I used to drink
i when it was here, but I always knew
when I had enough.''
Wife—Yes, und so did every one else. <
HELEX PEARSOS.
SS76 Georgia avenue.
A prise of five dollars will be awarded tor the best
coatrlbutloa rark day to Jests and Jingles.
TRY VOIR HAND.
I 1 A '
]■ CAMILY SHOE STORI7 1
J[ JOS. STRASBURGER, Inc. |
310-12 Seventh St. [■
Celebrates its I
1-1
50th Anniversary |i|
Beginning Thursday !■!
And to Continue for Ten Days J |
mu Legitimate Reductions S
1 3 On Every Purchase Made in the House |||
ITS COLOR MAKES IT HARD TO LOSE
Ritiaii tht
- bteiuyof tkt Searlet^O^Br
Ms
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Get the lacquer-red mm
Parker Duofold llff
and you’re fixed for life! 0
guaranteed 25 years—good for 50 gllßf
HOW much do you think a person spends in 25 years
for fountain pens? Certainly several times the price BwzSß
of one Duofold. Yet the Duofold point is guaranteed for 25 >
years for mechanical perfection and WEAR. At $7 this is gtnftSMß
28c a year, and includes a neat gold pocket clip without
extra charge. mf&Sm
Moreover Duofold’scolor makes it an easy pen to keep.
For every time you lay it down, its Chinese lacquer-red
barrel with flashing black tips broadcasts this message: Rji
“Don't forget your Duofold! ”
It rivals the beauty of the Scarlet Tanager—it‘s hand
somer than gold! And when you come to write, its business- fwS&Sm
like feel, its balanced swing, and its super-smooth point
give you just the inspiration you need I
P Duofold is everywhere regarded the
fountain pen classic. Can you afford to
carry a “second best”? Any good dealer
will let you have Duofold 30 days for fluHB
trial. Money back if you’re not fond of it.
Duofold may also be obtained in plain K
black if desired. Select your Duofold K 9
today at the first pen counter.
WH*
THE PARKER PEN COMPANY
THE EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON. 1). <?.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1923.
THIS IS NO JEST, . ■
If every prospective ruler of men—
whether prince or politician or pluto
crat—were compelled to kiss the muti
lated • face of some hideously scarred
victim of war, the coming crop of men
would not be raised for cannon fodder.
May the Prince of Wales never forget!
ASOSYMOVS.
» *. •
He (leading from The Star) —Littauer
Files Appeal In Paris.
The Always Interested Wise —Have
you tried them in your office, dear?
EMILY CHATHAM,
Cavanaugh Counts.
• • •
i First Flapper—That conductor cer
tainly is an o'd grouch. He glared at
me Just us If I hadn't paid my fare.
.Second Ditto—And what did you do?
First Flapper—l glared back at him.
just as If 1 had.
MARIAS HOFFMAN.
533 1 Pi'ospect avenue northwest.
• • •
When Kustus Johnson done arrived.
He looked just like hU poppy;
In fact, de doctor he declare
He was a carbon copy.
CLIFFORD H. MOOERS.
HO Maryland avenue northeast.
• • •
England has agreed to pay her debt
to America. In pounds. Would it not be
more popular if she paid It In quarts?
E. A. HALSEY,
370) 13th street northwest.
• * •
A lot of girls are now finding out
they can't unbob it as rapidly as they
bobbed U.
ROBERT V. CROSS.
Bureau C. & R., Suvy Department.
« • •
According to the papers, certain milk
producers are considering a pool. Pools
are insanitary ; we insist that they
stick to the hydrant.
CLARENCE M. ROACH.
JOi Allegheny street, Tukooui Park. D. C.
« « #
First Visitor to Capital—Gosh, the
general public is lucky that a radio set
was not Insta’led in the Senate.
Second Visitor—Humph, not half so
lucky us the Senate is, if it has any
regard tor Its own hide.
A. H. SCOTT .
Sjtf Munsey building.
TODAY’S AMUSEMENTS.
XATiOWAL—"The Music Bo* Re
vue,” *t. 3:20 and 8:20 p.m.
POLI*S—“The Bat,” at 8:80 p.m.
GARRICK—Jack Norworth, in “My
Lady Friends,’’ at 8:80 p.m.
PRESIDENT—"Buddies.” President
Players, at 2:20 and 8:20 p.m.
BELASCO—The Spice of 1922."
vaudeville, 2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
KElTH’S—lrene Franklin and vaude
ville. 2:16 and 8:16 p.m.
COSMOS—“The Style Show," vaude
ville, at 3. 6.50 and 9 p.m.
STRAND—Virginia Pearson, vaude
ville. at 2;4p, 6:30 and 8:43 p.m.
I GAYETY—“Maids of America,” bur
lesque. at 2:16 afiyl 8:13 p.m.
RIALTO—M. Code and “Kick In."
|at 11:30 a.nr. 1:30, 3:30. 3:30, 7:30 and
9:30 p.m.
I COLUMBIA—Mae Murray. In "Jasß
; mania." at 10:30, 12:60 a.nr, 3. 5:03,
7:05 and 9:20 p.m.
METROPOLITAN—Dorothy Gisch
and Dick Barthelmess, In "Fury," at
! 11:13 a.rrr, 1:15, 3:20, 6:20, 7:23 and
| 9:25 p.m.
I PALACE —Jack Holt, in "Making a
Man,” at 10:55 a.nr. 12:46, 2:80, 4:25.
G;10, 7:65 and 9:50 p.m.
CENTRAL—Edith Roberts in “A
■ Front-Page Story.” at 11:40 a.m . 1:40,
3:40. 3:40. 7:45 and 9:50 p.m.
RAM’S HEAD PLAYERS—"L’Bnfant
I Prodigue.” at 8:30 p.m.
for Colilk. Grip or Influenza, and >• ■ Pre
fenfire, take Laxative IIUOUO QUININE
tablet*. The box heat* the signature of E. \V.
, i.'rove. (Bo *ure you get BUOUu.i 30c.—
1 Adreitlsement.
i 1525 Eye Street
! Treasure
1 Inn
i ‘ Mrs.L.G.ThuMndn j
i
ANNOUNCEMENT
Table d’Hote $1
DINNER A
EVERY EVENING
5:30 to 7
MENU
TULRSDAY. MARCH i«T
Cream of Tomato Soup
Saltines Celery Olives
Roast Virginia Turkej
Cranberry Sauce
Masked Potatoes Green Peat
Waldorf Salad
Pie a la mode Coffee
“Hie Oar<«i Variety**
Tou who are planning 1 to farm on
a small scale this summer will find
Interesting pointers under the "For
Farm and Garden" column In The
Star Classified section. It will guide
you where to get what you require
both for the garden and the hennery.
—Advertisement.
YES
are ready to •apply Blank
< Book* «b«n you u; the word.
E. Morrison Paper Co.
Usefulness
The man who saves con
sistently and regularly in
creases his usefulness lo the
community. Don’t be a drag
on the social, economical and
business life of this city—
open an account here today.
Bank
OF COMMERCE
AND SAVINGS
Cor. 7th and E Sts.
Perhaps We Took
Your Picture
This Morning!
Vi e snapped some more this
j morning—in the vicinity of both
1 our stores —708 Tth St. and 3123
! M St.
i If YOLK picture is among
I those in our windows—both
! stores —tomorrow —we w ill give
i vou
FREE
i—a roll of DlßEX—the luiraeu
; lous photo film—to fit your
j camera, and we will develop the
i roll for you free.
I And, in addition, we will give
! you purchase orders good as
■ part pat ment for any inerchan
j dise in our stores.
Look In Our Windows
For Your Picture
i
Schwarts
708 Seventh St. N.W.
3123 M St N.W.
/**********/*
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AMUSEMENTS.
NATIONAL Matinee Saturday.
t BEGINNING SUN3A7—dZATS TOMORROW.
I "The b;*«e»t and beat muai al comedy -Bat
I has e»tr come here. - ’ —Star. Oct. 18. 'al
I'MAHLtS IMI.LiM.HAM’S
I “GOOD
i liODNINO i-t
U la III!«Il Production,
j iame Hilarious Bit
DEARIE”
i Eras.. tlo ta $3: Sat. Mat.. 60c t* 32,60
j tplus taxi. Sesta Thun. Marl arden naw.
; Dili K A
MORINI
! World’! Greatest Woman Violinist
City Club, Mon. Era.. March S. 8:30
beats Mrs. Oceana's Concert Bureau
! Droop's. 18th fc Q. It. 8498.
■■■■■■■■■■aaaMWMai
Film Features
NEW STANTON
WILLIAM FARNITM and Star Cast, in
"WITHOUT COMPROMISE.”
TOMORROW—JANE NOVAK, in "TUEL
MA.“
DAPUAPI »**» ■* O Street N.W.
fiATIIAbL LAURKTTE TAYLOR, in
"PDO O’ MY HEART.” And MUTT
AND JEFF Cartoon.
COMING SUNDAY and MONDAY—IACKIL
OOOGAN. m "OLIVER TWIST.”
EAVHDITF H »*• ■* *■<
rATUniIEi WILL ROOEILS, in "THE
HEADLESS HORSEMAN.” adapted from
Washington litlng’* treat classic, "The
legend of Sleepy Hollow. ”
AMCDIPAN la* ST- » n<l H. *• Are.
AmfilUUUl EARI.E WILLIAMS, In
“YOU NEVER KNOW.’’
I mrPTV North Capitol A P Sts.
LIDC.IVI 1 IRENE CASTLE. In
.’•NO TRESPASSING.’’
mVMPir *431-35 U St."
ULlnirU. «;80. 8:00 and 0:30 p.m.
COLLEEN MOORE, in “BROKEN
CHAINS." first priis fslo,ooo> winner.
Clilcaao N’ewa scenario contest. And
BUSTER KEATON. In "ELECTRIC
HOUSE.”
DDimrvcc mo it m. n.k.
rlUntlaM IX)N CHANEY. HARRI
SON FORD and an ALL-STAR CAST, in
•’SHADOWS."
DUMBARTON SSSrS!SS A £
“SKIN DEEP.’’
HIPPODROME ts v valton, I
in "THE LAVENDER BATH LAUY."
rupipr «it u st.
C.ITITIIVC. nODOLPH VALENTINO and
CARMRL MYERS, in “ALL NIGHT ”
Also Comedy.
UnMC I— Ml C Street N.E.
nU«IL MARJORIE DAW. in “THE
PRIDE OF PALOMAR.”
TRITYTON H- Capitol * Fla. Are.
IfiUMUn "BACK TO YELLOW
JACKET.” ALL-STAR OAST. Comedy.
“FIRE! FIRE!”
flßfl r 2105 Pa. Ar. Ph. W. 953
URLLEi HOUSE PETERS and Great
Cat. In "HUMAN HEARTS."
PI ITP 14th St. and R. I. Are.
MABEL BALLIN'. In
“MARRIED PEOPLE.”
rADHKNA nth A 57 c. at*. s.k.
UUVUUIUI The Outstandlny Photo-
Dramati- Sensation of the Cantury.
“THE tHIRD ALARM.” I’alhe News
and Literary Plaest Topics.
DCrtVT 18tk and Cnllfomla Wta.
IVJCiUCrtTI MAT MacATOY. In "THE
TOP OF XEWTOmK.”
NEW THEATER
OHAN. In "THE MAN WHO SAW TO
MORROW.” Ala* In News and Matt
•ad Jell Coanilr
nrwß^iTi^niiini —
lablwuv rwittaMNW per (WRiaeoa.
AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS.
■ THE presidenti
SB ■ Penaa. Are. at 11th Bt.—Talaphana M. #B7 ■ —-
SB Xrory Evaainy, I:B9—Mats. We 4. and lot.. 8 30 SS
3 TONIGHT-8120 P.M TONIGHTI 3
| 2d BIG WEEK! M
M GEORGE V. HOBART’S 3
3 COMEDY WITH =
g music g
I with!
= WANDA LYON 3
3 ImUW HENRY DUFFY 3
m nw GEORGE SWEET s
= This la the dainty and hilarious comedy SB
=s with music that theatergoers all over ss
~ Washington are talking about as one of sss
the real hlu of the winter! ==
II BARGAIN MAT. TOUT ZF-SFII
■ BEST SEATS SSK Ull
SS NEXT WEEK—BEGINNING SUNDAY NIGHT. MARCH 4
| “ CORNERED” |
FilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllHlllllllf^
*
Convention Hall, Feb. 28
Middleweight Wrestling
Championship of the World
'
TWO BIG BOUTS
Waino Ketonen, Middle
weight Champion of the
World, Against Joe Turner
Pinky Gardner Against
Hewie McDonald
FRED HUBER, REFEREE
Benefit Uniform Fund
Admission Prices
General Admission, $1
Reserved Section... $2
Ringside $3
Sale at Ainas Patrol
13th St. N.W.
I MAID* OF AMERICA
j Burlesque'* Master Shore for
I Laughter
I \e*t Week—MOLME WIU.UWS
mb a
in A > it A »-»■«
| METROPOLITAN j
' “ 11 - F AT lOt h 1
THIS MEEK.
II A.M. TO II P.JI.
Hours Open at 10«3O A.M. i
First National Preoeota
RICHARD
BARTHELMESS
WITH
DOROTHY GISH
Supported b.e Tyrone Power and
a noted east In an epic of tho.e
who go down to the ten in ahlpe.
“FURY”
Nan*—Sy mphony—“Hot Shota"
CRANDALL’S-^“na“ E
TODAY—HDTH ROBERTS. la "A
FRONT PARE STORY." And
CHARLIE CHAPLIN. In "SHOUL
DUR ARMS."
TOMORROW _ NORMA TALMADT.E
and EUGENE O'RRIBX. in "THE
3 DICE FROM THE MIXAUET." And
HARRY POLLARD, in "A TOUGH
WINTER."
CRANDALL’S
TODAY AND TOMORROW—ELSIE
FERGUSON. in “OUTCAST."
CRANDALL'S
MATS.. 2 P.M. Daily. 3 P.M. Sunday.
TODAY—MILTON SILLS and WANDA
HAWLEY. In "BfRNIXG SANDS."
And LLOYD HAMILTON, in “NO
LUCK.” Performances at 2. t, 6.
7:43. 0:30.
TOMORROW—LON CHANEY, tn ‘ A
BLIND BARGAIN." And BOBBY
VERNON. In "IN DUTCH."
CRANDALL'S
MATS.. 2 P.M. Daily. 3 P.M. Sunday.
TODAY—WANDA HAWLEY and MIL
TON SILLS. In “BERNINI? SANDS."
And LLOYD HAMILTON. In “NO
LI CK.” Performances at 1:10, 2:30.
4:13. «. 7:43. 9:33
TOMORROW—IXIN CHANEY, in "A
BLIND BARGAIN." And DAN
MASON, in "POP TUTTLE S LONG
SHOT." Added Attraction. LEON
ARD CHICK, Washington's Famous
Tenor._ at 8 and 9:30 rAm
CRANDALL’S
TODAY—ELAINE H.AMMERSTEIN and
CONWAY TEARLE. in “ONE
WEEK OF LOVE." And PAUL
PARROTT, in "A LOOSE TIGHT
WAD." Performances at 6:20. 8.
9:40. "Dagger Dance" from Opera
"Natoma.” Stanley W. Rhoades.
Concert Organist.
TOMORROW—ALICE BRADY. in
"ANNA ASCENDS." And JIMMIE
_ ADAMS, in “HURRY UP '
CRANDALL'S^;*^. I™*™ 1 ™*™
TODAY—MILTON KILLS, in "SKIN
DEEP ” And HARRY POLLARD, in
“A TOUGH WINTER."
TOMORROW—JOHNNIE WALKER, in
"CAPTAIN FLY-BY-NIGHT.” And
LARRY SEMON, in “THE COUN
TER JUMPER."
VC PLAY LOEWSVAUDEVBIC
Strand
t SHOWS FOR
PRICE OF I
Contlnnaus From 12 Noon
The Idol of the Stage and Hereon
VIRGINIA PEARSON
M VABBEVILLE
•Ml on the Screen In
"WILDSTEM OF YOUTH."
Mats—Pope lor Prteoo—Night*
10e—«lc B——Me
~~ EXHIBITIW “
hiiIUHTTi
[high class vaudeville]
r’ THEATRE DK LUX! *C\|
Grand Mid-Winter Carnival II
MISS IRENE V
ft FRANKLIN \
w '.merles'* Inromparable Char- #1
if aeter Xoagstrm hi
r| Jfrry Jarnagln at «li» Plan* rl
\ dR. & MRS. JIMMY BARRY A
I" Thnlr N#w Comad? II
“The Scandal* of Herufoot Corners'* K
I THE FOUR CAMERONS 11
§ “Like Father—Like Sob" V
{ CHOY LING HEE TROUPE K
h Oriental Wonder Workers K
fj 'rarert • Dougltt. B. ft HUUam U
% > r »-. "Pom* I-to I Compoicr el H
I the Kitchen" ■ "Bu.Ue*" Jj
El ~es*t 4c Qjpee, “Un-Side-Down la I;" B
CIAL ADDED FEATURE fA
itlnnal Syneopalora ||
'ECHT AND HIS V
RCHESTRA jj
Dr. Frank Crane
Will Lecture at
Metropolitan M. E. Church
Tuesday, Mar. 6th, 8 P.M.
Subject: “The Four Great
Delusions*’
T ickets, SI.OO, at Room 217,
17J6 G St.
.Mail orders filled
Patronage of Xen'e Organized Bible
Claceet and School of Keligious Eduoa
t.on. T. M. C. A.
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'ZZZ. Great Romaoth Hit! S®
= “MAKING A MAN” =
”■ w l*h Eva Novak
H CHRISTY COMEDY 1 H
"Be YourselP* I
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Matter Pianlata Series
MASONIC AUDITORIUM
LEGINSKA
The Phenomenal Pianist
T. Arthur Smith. l»e- 1806 O St.
STAR CONCERT SERIES
NATIONAL, Friday Aft., 4:88
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AMUSEMENTS.
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BA whale of a Revue in two jji,
parts and thirty gorgeous i'j
scenes with a company of I
100, including Arman Kali/: ;|
and Brendei & Bert and 1 —
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-11 way Beauties.
Hat.. 26o—5dc. Mites. 24e ~ $) J j
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Marty Brooks’
Latest Revue
FEATURING
John Dyer, Alice Lorraine,
Jack Collins
A Bft.r of Broadway Beauty Models
Presenting m Pleasing Scenic
Musical Song Revue
In Conjunction With
S. Kann Sons Co.
1923 Style Show
See Display In Their Windows
From these models or of equal
value we .hall present to a Lady
Patron from audience Monday to Fri
day at Matinee a “Hat or Lingerie."
and
At Last Night Show “a Gown”
Four Other Exceptional
Vaudeville Acts
The Bit Feature Picture
FRANK MAYO
In FLAMING HOURS
A Comedy Picture. ‘‘The Best Man.’*
and I anal Chats. Newt. Etc.
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The' SSO Gown
Was Awarded U>
MRS. F. D. MAULS
•J 25 B St. \.M.
I.aat Nlsht
Who will be the fortunate
| uses Wednesday. Thursday and
Friday f
THE RAM’S HEAD PLAYER
Every Wednesday. Thurnilar. Friday anil S«
urdiT Night. with Satnrrfa.r Matin*** «*a?h
Week. Commencing Tonight. fc.3^
“L’ENFANT PRODIGUE”
Student and single tickets on Sale.
ISZS'-g 18th Street. Franklin 68
LINCOLN .%3%.
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NORMA TALMADGK
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In Bobt. Hichcns' Romance of the Orient ft
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|| Bobby Vernon, la "In Dutch.” Kinograius. n
DANCING.
DAVISON’S *£1329 M n.w
Teach you to dance correctly in s few lesson.
Strictly private. Any hour Separate studio*
Class dsnev Sat. evenings, with orchestra. jJ4-
Daoclug I* a Necessity. Not a Luxury.
CATHERINE BALLS.
At 719 Oth st. n.w.. Fr. 0506. will toach you
the latest dances in s few priv. less. Result*
guar. Less, si any time. C sss Tues. and Kr'
Spec. rales to ladies. Hr*.. 10 a.m. to 10 n ro •
PROF. AND MRS. ACUERS BTIDIO, 112 r
10th st. n.w. Class Monday sod Friday. H to
11 p di. Private lessons by appolntmeu
Phone Franklin SfiOT. Estahllshed Iftmi. •
REFINED BTUHUJ—NEAR CAPITOL.
I Competent instructors; new steps: msrhle
floor; orchestra. Private and class lessons, by
appointment only. Beginners - class now form
la*. 229 Ist st. n.e. Main 61."5 before 6 p m
GLOVER'S. «1S sina N.W. PRIV ATh. LE-<-
aona any time, "lie. Course, six lessons 54
Goar, results. Fine environment. W. 1122. „
JACK HOFFMAN AND LILLIAN HOSKTNS
Stage and ballroom dancing correctly taught,
children and adults. Studio for rent for pr -
vale dances. 1141 Conn, are, hr. 89dn. 0
PAUL TCHEHNIKOFF.
Ballet Raster Washington Opera Co., and
ELIZABETH OABDIVEB.
Chalif Graduate, formerly of Psrlows. Fokin*
and Bolm Ballets. Instruction io all tonus o.
dancing. Tango as danced In Argentina.
Studio 1708 S Bt. Sot lll WfISJ;
—stage^dancing"
BUCK TO* _____ FANCY
MISS BAKER
lata as Mclntyres A Haath
Children a Specialty—Act staged
Talent Furnished
Phone Adams 123 A M. 3479 for appointment
Rightway School of Dancing
•14 Twelfth at. a.*, (near Ittb sad F).
Enroll at our studio If you want to daaie
Our methods are very easy. Nu sppoinlaaeo
required. Instructiqb In a.m. ta U> pta 8
OLASTSE Wlim.
So. • Du pool nrelr. Dupont stndla Phas*
Fra ah lin IWW Sal'ronm Dane in*. Stags
Training t'hlldraa’a I'lataoa.
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and »t on irHuiu in all *l<le« of dam nj
Ualt*t latlneoo. stage and h.idfos a • lgs*es
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