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ITALY’S WAR DEAD
RENDERED HONOR
|
Tenth Anniversary of Na
tion's Entry Observed at j
Rome Ceremonies.
~
Br the Atmeialed Press.
ROME, May 25. —.Although a steady
lain fell throughout yesterdw. the oh j
a nrp of the tenth anniversary of;
Italy's entry into the war surpassed j
all the previous observances of the j
event.
In th“ lnrye square before the tomb
of Italy's unknown soldier great i
crowds gathered to witness the pres-,
eolation of special diplomas of honor!
to the families of soldiers who died In
battle.
A striking sight was 2"<t flags of
regiments which have been dissolved
since the armistice was signed. A halt
was made liefore the tomb, the ap
plattse and shouts suddenly ceased, j
(lags were lowered as a sign of salute, !
the troops presented arms, officers ,
stood at attention and the thousands!
of civilians fell to their knees.
All eyes turned toward the tomb. ;
which was heaped with flowers. After >
a few minutes the solemn notes of the j
"Piave Marching Song” was heard, |
and then, from several hundred thou- j
sand throats, came cries of “Viva j
army!'* “Viva Italy!”
After the diplomas were presented j
the procession continued to the his- |
toric Gastello Sant Angelo. whei;-3 it !
was reviewed by King Victor Kman- j
pel, the Crown Prince. Premier Mus- j
solini and other officials. The booming j
of cannon began, all the bells of the
capital were tolled and the military
bands played the royal march.
"With impressive eeremonv . the flags
were deposited in the central hall of ;
the castle, to be preserved for the i
veneration of coming generations. To
night the castle was aflame with the
light of 3,000 tallow torch lanterns.
HOUGHTON MEETS KING
AT FORMAL CEREMONY
British Monarch Present at First
Levee of Year—Prince Pre
sided at Two Previous.
lb the Associated Press.
LONDON. May 25. —The American
Ambassador. Alanson R. Houghton,
was formally presented to King;
George at a levee held in St. James' f
Palace this morning.
t'nlike some of his predecessors, the .
Ambassador did not wear knee
breeches, but confined himself to or
dinary formal dress. Accompanied
only by the counselor of the legation. I
he took his place at the head of the j
diplomatic presentees. After bowing I
before the King he passed out of the
reception chamber anti returned to
the embassy.
Although it was the third levee this i
vear, it marked King George’s first ;
appearance at one of these events,
the Prince of Wales having presided!
at the two previous ones during his j
father's absence on his Mediterranean j
cruise.
WRECKED SHIP BURNS.
Steamer Carrying 3.000 Sacks of
Potatoes Total Loss.
YARMOUTH. Nova Scotia. May 25
OP). The wooden Newfoundland
steamer Fiona, which struck on Trin
ity Le.dges at the entrance to the Bay
of Fundv Saturday, is a total loss,
having caught fire soon after she was
abandoned. The Fiona had a cargo of
8.000 sacks of potatoes for St. Johns.
Newfoundland, front Oromocto. New
Brunswick, and was proceeding down
the bay when she struck on the sub
merged ledges.
TWO IN AUTO KILLED.
Dentist and Engineer Caught Un
der Overturned Car.
BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. May 25 OP).—
Dr. Charles A. Green. 34. dentist, and j
W. W. Wynne, jr.. 35. engineer, were ;
killed yesterday when their automo- ]
bile overturned while they were re- :
turning from a fisning trip. Wynne
was a graduate of Auburn and West ■
Point and was formerly a major in
the Aviation Corps. He is survived j
by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. j
Wynne. Dequeen. Ark.
f Announcing
I
N New Train Service
to
’ Florida, Cuba, South
77
V.
Reducing Schedule time to Savannah, |
Jacksonville, Tampa 3 hours; West Palm
Beach , Miami and Havana 3 1 /2 hours.
||p) “Havana Special”
The only alb Pullman, special
club, dining compartment train
to Florida, effective May 17th.
I .rave Washington ... 5:15 P.M.
Arrive Savannah .... 9:55 A.M.
* Jackaonville ... 2:15 P. M.
Tampa 10:25 P. M.
West Palm Beach . 12:24 A. M.
Miami . • • . . 3:00 A. M.
Havana 4:00 P. M.
Making no station stops between
Richmond and Savannah
3 other direct through trains daily
Leaving 3:15 P.M. 9:40 P.M. 3:15 A.M.
Atlantic Coast Line
The Standard Railroad of the South
L. J. IRVIN, D. P. A.
1418 H Street, N. W.* Waihingtoo PSonc Main 7800
■BBsaßaaaßßßsasssssssaasl^
IS pic Rotor Ship
Invented hy Men
At Tech School
Has Smaller , Faster Re
volving Tower Than
German Prototype .
| By the Associated Press.
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., May 25.—A
j rotor ship propelled by a new type of i
' revolving tower has been designed by j
two members of the school of naval
architecture at Massachusetts Insti
tute of Technology and will l>e tested
on the Charles River within two j
i weeks, it was announced yesterday. |
| The ship differs from that invented i
by Anton Flettner o£ Germs* nv, in that j
j the rotor tower Is smaller in proper- j
| lion and tevolves al it greater speed.
■ Only one tower will he used on the !
Tech ship, which is 30 feet long. The I
designers. Lieuts. W. W. Hastings !
and J. M. Kiernan hope their craft I
will attain a speed of sev en knots in !
a 15-mile wind, with the tower mak- j
ing 350 revolutions a minute.
The Tech ship also differs from ;
! Flett iter's in that the disk on the top
i of the tower is stationary instead of j
I revolving. The power of propulsion j
' is not obtained through propellers |
' connected with the tower, hut from 1
j the force set up by pressure of air !
j currents on the revolving mast, which J
j is turned by a small motor at the I
; base. The tower on the Tech ship !
Jis 3' a feel in diameter and 9 feet high. .
I as compared with Flettner’s two to- !
i tors, in feet in diameter and 52 feet j
I high on a ship of 60® tons.
3 DIE, MANY HURT, I
IN RAILWAY CRASH j
Express Train on Erie Road
Plunges Into Wrecked Freight
at Campville, N. Y.
Ry f tie Assoeiated Press.
BINGHAMTON. X. Y., May 25.—■
! Three members of the crew were killed !
• and more than a score of passengers)
! were injured when Train No 5. hound ;
j for Cleveland from New York City j
over the Brie Railroad, crashed into;
a wrecked freight train at Campville, I
west of here, yesterday morning.
The dead are Engineer James Rich- j
ardson. Fireman G. P. Lounsbetrv and '
Mail <’lerk William J.ovelle, all of!
Hornell.
! The freight train was wrecked
: shortly after 2 o'clock. Apparently a
i smashed rail or broken wheel sent one |
l ear from the rails and 10 others fob !
lowed it and were demolished.
Passengers were hurled from their
seats and berths and throw n about j
! within the cars.
Engineer Richardson and Fireman
I.otinsherry were pinned in the loco
motive cah. Lovelle was found dead
in the mail car.
~
Popular Excursion via. R. K. A P.,
May. 29. 30, 31. Round trip to Rich
i mond. $4.00; Fredericksburg. $2.00.
< 'onsult agents.—Advertisement.
PASTOR SCORES BRYAN.
j
Brooklyn Churchman Calls Com
moner Ignorant Brawler.
NEW YORK. May 25 (A>). —The
Rev. Dr. James S. Williamson, pastor
of Kings Highway Congregational
Church. Brooklyn, who last week ,
mildly interrupted William J. Bryan's
speech in support of fundamentalism,
yesterday vigorously denounced Mr.
Bryan in a sermon.
Dr. Williamson hurled 18 accusa
tions at Mr. Bryan, beginning with
"religious brawler” and ending with
"abysmal ignorance.”
FOR
H —all kinds of Blank Books see 1
os first. An immense stock on !
■■■ hand.
E. Morrison Paper Co.
1009 P«, An.
FOLLOW THE CROWD
Brine rour Old Hats to the Indies'
Capital Hat Shop. 508 1 llh St. N.W..
and have <hrm rleaned and reblneked
In the new Sprint (trie*. hare*
select lon of ladles’ Hat Frames.
Straw Braids and Hat Trimmings.
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, T>. C., MONDAY, MAY 25, 1925.
U. S. SUPREME COURT
DOCKET IS PILING UP
'. - *
Despite Efforts to Reduce, More
Cases Being Filed Than Can
Be Readily Handled.
The United States Supreme Court
finds that It is not meeting with suc
cess in its efforts to catch tip with j
Its docket. Although the court has
striven diligently in that direction, it ‘
finds that rases continue to he filer)
I faster than it can dispose of them,
j The outlook now is that, when the
current term ends next month, there
will be more c ases on the docket than
It had pending for action v. lien it met
last October.
j As far hack as 1891. Congress recog
nized the need of protecting the court
| from an overburden of litigation. That
; year, I.Stilt cases had been placed
j upon the docket, and to remedy the
j situation. Congress created the Circuit ]
i Courts of Appeal to restrict the field
j of cases which gottld be brought td
t the Supreme Court for review.
This measure proved effective for.
j some years, reducing the number of
j cases filed about one-lialf. hut in 1922
the dumber of cases docketed jumped
| to 1.12.8. :.nd during the present term
i 1.261 cases already have been filed,
j This is the highest number reached
| in the last 34 years, and present in
5 dications are that before the term I
! ends June 8. the number will exceed
j 1.34)0.
EARL OF YPr'eS’ BODY
REMOVED TO LONDON
j Two Nurses Accompany Remains.
Scores Pay Silent Tribute -at
Home of Late Marshal.
• By th#» A<M»c»aictl
! HEAL. England. May 25.— The body
. of the Earl of Ypres. formerly known
jas Field Marshal French, who died
I here Friday, was taken to London!
j hy motor hearse today.
The removal of the coffin from tlie
! chapel of I >ea! Castle, where the earl |
1 had lived, was conducted without!
ceremony of any kind. Two nurses'!
I who attended the field marshal dur-!
! ing his last illness were the only per
! sons to accompany the body across
| the drawbridge of the castle.
Outside the walls a great, silent
i crowd, including many wives and
1 mothers of men who fought under
I Field Marshal French's command.
I saluted as the coffin passed.
j! 'lunch with us to day!
•ST * r 1203 c s?
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140$ 60$ 80® Il>
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MT. VERNON
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Round Trip, 85c
Admission, 25c
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Branch Stores Evcryvshere Open Saturday Until 10 PM.
TODAY S AMUSEMENTS. |
Belasco -"Candida." Bernard Shaw’s '
comedy, at 8:20 p.m.
National —"Just Married,” comedy,
at 8:20 p.m.
KKlTH’S—'Weber and Fields, vaude
ville, at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m.
Strand —Lillian ("Dimple*”) Walker,
vaudeville, continuous from 12:30 to
11 p.m.
Karle —Johnnie Walker, vaudeville,
continuous from 1 to 11 p.m.
.Miilual—"Hurry Up," burlesque,
at 2:30 and 8:20 p.m.
Columbia--" The Little French Girl,”
I continuous 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Metropolitan— "I Warn My Man,"
continuous, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Palace—“ Adventure.” at 11:15, 1:15,
3:30. 5:30, 7:30 and 9:45 p.m.
ltialto— "Dangerotta Innocence,” at
11:3® a.m., 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and
9:30 p.m.
Tivoli —“Man and Maid." at 2, 3:35.
5:05, (i:4O, 8:20 and 10 p.m.
Ambassador- "I Want My Man,” at
; 11:05, 7:50 and 9:25 p.m.
Central —“As Man Desires.” at 12:30. j
2. 3:30, 5. 8:30. 8 and 9:30 p.m.
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Gibson s
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Bradley Hills League Entertain- !
ment to Be Given by Mrs.
W. B. M. Brooks June 8.
Mrs. \V. B. M. Brooks, under aus
pices of the Bradley Hills Community
League, will present a concert at
the Montgomery County Country
Club Monday evening, June 8. the
proceeds to he used for purchasing
equipment for the Bethesda School
gymnasium.
Among the artists will be Richard
Goodwin of the Peabody Conserva
tory of Music, Jerome Williams, well
known pianist and composer, who
will give a group of his own com
positions. nnd H. F. Clarke, who will
sing, accompanied by Harvey Mur
ray. There will be dancing after 10
p.m., with music by the Congres
sional t’liih Orchestra.
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Commercial business and savings ac
counts specialized and solicited.
Resources Over $5,000,000
Rank opens at ft:3o am. Closes .11
i p.m., except on Cofernmcnt pay days,
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I On Saturday, lie rinse at itaon, reopen
' ing from 5:.10 to ft p.m.
Monthly statement of accounts
rendered
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AMUSEMENTS.
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Phono Reservation*. Main 397
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AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS.
B*F. KEITH STANLEY
A AMERICA'S "perfect THEATRE I
R CONTINUOUS ONE TO ELEVEN R
_ JOHNNIE FRANCIS JOHNNIE §
P WALKER RENAULT WALKER 1
I “THE ‘fASHION” 7 ‘ UL,FSOF R
C LASH” FASHIQN THE STREETS” U
I VAUDEVILLE PHOTOPLAYS
LOEWS
I COLUMBIA
V Street at 12th _
Cntlnuii, 19 39 a. 11 J.
TO DA V A MIDALI. W F.KK
Paramount Presents
THE LITTLE
1 FRENCH GIRL
Herbert Brenon * lavish pirtvr\*o-
Ilion n/ Anne Douglas Sedgwick'*
novel, with
ALICE JOYCE--MARY BRIAN
AND NEIL HAMILTON
B auoku hits
JUVENILE COMEDY
St w»—-luplc*—-Overliirf
LOEWS
I PALACE
r Street ISIh _
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H Paramount Present .*
ADVENTURE
BY JACK LONDON
! s§§ The thrilling romance of a girl
l sS; loldter-of-fortune tn the South
m Pacific
!|§ WITH PAULINE STARKE
TOM MOORE-WALLACE BEERY
' Altllll! HIT*
SENNETT COMEDY
\fTis-—%tac**t«>* —Owrtar«
THE I SI AT. AND
MORE THAN 1 SUAE
FUN ACL THIS WEEK AT
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THE BIG FREE ADMISSION
AMUSEMENT PARK
DANCE
TO THE GREAT MUSIC BY
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, i ’ Fanny ro«n es tha radio ifMarfnf in
paraon in t>ia leading rola in
“SWEETHEARTS”
WITH THE WASHINOTONIAHS AT
Central Hifh, May 27-25-29
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Flrat National Presents
MILTON SILLS
DORIS KENYON
May Alllaoa, Phyllis Hater
and Great Cost la
I WANT MY MAN
EXTRA
LARRY SEMON in
“THE DOME DOCTOR”
XX arid Survey—4 olor Seen**
Igrnpkanir Overture—Trio
Prelude
I f R ANDAI I’S TIVOLI
■ '«lVAilUnl<l' v M|h j fill \. w
TODAY—B PSTER KEATON i n
• ''EVEN OH ANTES SENNETTS
THE LION'S WHISKERS An<J
REVIEW
TOMORROW—LEW CODY' and RE
NEE AOORKE in MAN AM'
MAID.' AI. ST JOHN, in "DVNA
MTTE DOGGY." SONG REEI. and
SCREEN ALMANAC
; CRANDALL’S,^^
| TODAY' and TOMORROW—MILTON
i SILLS and DORIS KENYON, in I
! WANT MY' MAN. And LARRY
i SEMON in "THE DOME DOCTOR.
CRANDALL’S
TODAY—XVM. FAIRBANKS and EVA
NOVAK, in “THE FATAL Ml<
TAKE GEORGE OHARA aim
XI.RERTA VAUGHN, m "THE
DACE MAKERS. And I.IGB CON
LEY. in WIDE AWAKE
TOMORROW MILTON SILLS and
VIOLA DANA in AS MAN DE
SIRES. COMEDY'.
CRAHDAU*S S>~;?rSr
i Mats '1 p.m. Saturday. :i p m Sunday
TODAY COLLEEN MOORE and
BEN LYON in "SO BIG And i
AESOP FABLE.
TOMORROW CLAIRE WINDSOR
and RERT LY'TEI.I. in BORN
rich And comedy I
CRANDALL’S
’I p.ni. Daily .1 p.ui Sunday.
today—norma talmadge. in
THE LADY. i
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THE MIRAGE RORRV VKR j
NON in DON'T PINCH. And 1
HODGE PODGE,.
"CRANDALL’S' £s*? I» h "-V" *
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NON. in “GREAT GUNS.” And
HODGE PODGE
TOMORROW—SORMA TALMADGE,
in "THE LADY.
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NORMAN KERRY in THE PRICK
OF PLEASURE.' And HAL
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MARGUERITE DE LA MOTTE. in
“CHEAPER TO MARRY .And I
RALPH GRAVES, ill OFF HIS
i TROLLEY
TOMORROW—CORINNE GRIF ;
FITH LOVE S W ILDERNESS.
MAKE
—your carnival a big succeae. Get your ,
equipment here. Price# right.
GARRISON’S I
I Wholesale Toy and >'orally C*.. Its*. I
* 914 E St. N.W*
RIALTO
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Continuous II A. W. to It p. M.
He I.me <kona I—7—9
Carl l.itmmlt Proarnta
1,4 IB A FrC.F.VF
LAPLANTE and O’BRIEN
h“DANGEROUS
INNOCENCE’’
AND
MILLER, PETERSON & CO.
Astlaterf by
| Atkleaa and Perahiof GoArd Cadrti
IK BO NOB—STEPS—BYNCOPATIOIf
MIBCHA OUTERBON. Conducting
RIALTO CONCERT ORCHESTRA
OVERTURE—Selection* from "Martini."
KEITHJ
KEITH ' ALB EE
; ajj o ' VAUDEVILLE
fxj America ■ Eoramaat ComadUaa. .
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gj T MARIE CAHILL fe
ja lilting Bong* and Smart Btoriaa
Special Feature Da Lure N
.' The Parisian Beauty tx
MARCELINE D’ALROY C
£j He* Enchanting Xovalty,
I* THE DESIGNING WOMAN •• Mj
8 Other Keith -AI bee Feature, n*
5 Skew, Daily. I'll and Ml V,
» Bandar Ma'lnae at 2 It
U Go«d oreh «eat» mate.. We. are* L?
E *l. Good bal. aeata. mat* , 2J C !
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Avery Sunday and Moaday U (
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50e ta 12.Y0 ® E LAS slj’ta'vrw |
Manage, at-, ib.r.
The ACTORS THEATER Rrraeut*
BERNARD SHAW'S Orest Cstuedt
“CANDIDA”
Thle Dieting ulahed (Aft:
RE6SY WOOD. RI CHARD BIRD eED RO
0E CORDOBA, FLIZARETH RATTERSOH
ERNEST COSSART 6ERALD HAMER
“ ipANDIPA' is priceless. Juri
now incomparable. •' —Gilbert
TV. Gabriel. V. T. Telegram-Ifatl
i*A\'K of the truly b»autifu
! thingp of our modern thea
ter Genre)* .lean Xathan.
MUTUAL THEATER
PA. AX E. AT NINTH
HURRY UP
Ch«rle«tom Contest Tonlsbt
Film Features
TAKnMA Tako:ns Pstll I> <
1 ftIXUIIIH ALICE TERRY and CON
YV \Y TKARI.E in THE GREAT
DIVIDE : Pal he »»*: Sennett
Cometlr
FMPIRF H StrrH \K
LiIIIIIVL LEATRICE JOY in THE
DRE««MXKKR FROM PARI". < nme-
dy. ALONE AT LAST.
RAPHAFI 91 h A OSI reels N\V
BARBARA FRiF.TCHIE."
jCome«jy.
CHEVY CHASE <-*«■>"• "*
MfKinley St.' I> (
JACKIE COOGAX in THE RAG MAV."
Afsopj Fables and Fox Xewg.
CAROLINA llth * n.c. \ve s k
LAIYULUYH CORINNE GRIFFITH
! in LOVE TN THE WILDERNESS"
CIRCLE nor,r.. Ave. p», w
Xmple Parkinc bpare.
MILTON «ILLS VIOL 4
DANA, in AS MAN DESIRES.”
FIITF ~,h St- »»d R. I. Avr.
_ OH. DOCTOR. Comedy. _
AMERICAN Js( Sl & 1
AlTlLnitAn JACK HOI.T 111 THE
THUNDERING herd
I IRFRTY N«»'lh (itjtilolaiMlP Sim.
LI DC, AI I TOM MIX in DICK
TURPIN.
HIPPODROME 9 ‘ h *.^M l NG vw '
THROUGH. Comedy
PRINCESS 1,19 « st. n.e.
, nuivooo HETTY COMPSON. m
j “TO HAVE AND TO HOLD.
! PARK THEATER « 18 u '" N w
j Northwest. P01..A " NEGRI*A \ D
GREAT STAR CAST. “THE CHARM
I EH LLOYD HAMILTON, in HALF
, | A HERO. uni NHki
OLYMPIC lom Sf , * p ‘- Hth A 15fh
U V RAYMOND GRIFFITH
! in Paramount « "THE NIGHT CLUB.''
New*. Comedy, X-W'ord reel.
DUMBARTON 1 »“ »«*'**.
DORIS KENYON
and MOXTAGI'E LOVE, jn R F<T-
LESS WIVES.
NEW STANTON *•- n*.
MADGE BELLAMY. ,HMES k'lBK«OOn
7.AZU PITTS. ROSEM ARY' THESY
in SECRETS OF THE NIGHT.
DANCING.
PROF. AND MRS. L. \ AC HER STUDIO
j IUJ, J Util Bt. ii.w.: i lasers Mon. and Frl s
I to 11 p.m . with orcheatra. Priv. Icasona b\
apnointmeiit._Fr. B.YH7. Estabhshed l!*0U "S'
PROF. WYNDHAM,
PlO Eye St. N.W. Phone Fr. SlO3-J
j Cp-to the-minute. Private
MK. STAFFORD I’EMBKKTON.
Ex-partner to Mae Murray. Gertrude Hoffman
Stage, Toe. Classic. Ballroom and
Children's Dancing Taught
I STUDIO. 1850 BII.TMOKK. COL. MTJ
MK. I.EKOA H. THaYer]
Tango. All Motiern Dances.
Private and Class Instruetion.
111f> Connecticut Ave. Main “573
I JOSI>HINE JACKSON. PRIVATE DANCING
lessons. Course 7 lessons. $5 or SI single
j lesson. 18.38 lflth at. n.W. Ph. Pot. 771. •
1 GLOVERS. 813 33rd NW.—PRIVATE LBS
sons any time. 75c. Course, i priv., 3 class. St
Guar, results. Fine environment. W. llMh
! r Dl| ] p School of high standing. PriA
1 dallc vale lessons any time. Class
i dance Tuesday. (Orchestral Friday—-Tango
'class. . 71H Bin st. n.w. Franhlin 6506. *
DiATTsfiK'i* Teach you to dance cor
,"Y X I. WiN ~ rectly in » few lessons
i PROF.-MRS. Strictly private: any hour
[ 1370 MSt N.W. Class and dance Ssltir
I MAIN 1737. day eve. wilb orchestra
I "Collegiate." Fogtrot.'' '.'Tango. “Waltr '
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