Newspaper Page Text
MOVES TO RETAIN , SOUTHERN OFFICES Chamber of Commerce Acts to Keep Headquarters of Railway Here. The board of directors of the W ash lngton Chamber of Commerce last night launched a definite campaign to prevent the acquisition of the South ern Railway Building, at Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, for use by the District government in its projected building expansion, which acquisition, it has been reported, \vouid result in removal from this city of the general headquarters of the railroad. By unanimous ,f ote the boa/d di rected that a special ort'mlttee u7 i...ie members investigate tho .natter, con fer with officials of the railroad and of the citv government and report to. the full meeting of the Chamber of Com merce to be held January IS. In presenting the matter to the board. Martin A. Leese. president of the chamber, declared he was informed the removal of the Southern Railway offices from Washington would mean the loss of an annual payroll totaling nearly $5,000,000, now spent here, as well as causing the 2,200 local em ployes of the road either to give up their jobs with the organization or lose their local residences. Other Cities Making Bids. While officials of the railway say they now have no plans for moving the general offices to another citj, Mr. Reese told the chamber directors, it is well known that already commercial and official bodies of a nutnlier of other cities on the Southern route are bidding for the location of the head quarters should the present building be taken over by the Government. Air. Reese, as head of the Chamber of Commerce, together with B. C. Graham, representing the Washington Board of Trade, and Ross P. Andrews of the Merchants and .Manufacturers Association, recently held a confer ence with Fairfax Harrison, president of the Southern Railway. He told them, according to Air. Reese, that if the Federal Government seeks to take over the property t* j road wifi make no objection. It was intimated, how ever, that strong opposition is felt to ward any proposal that the District government acquire the building as an adjunct to the present District Build ing while there is other land more easilv available for the same purpose. The action was brought before the chamber board following reading of a petition to Congress which was drafted in the name of the 2.200 Southern clerks by the Washington Dodge, No. 943, Brotherhood of the Railway Clerks, asking that the House and Senate defeat any bill providing ex propriation of the railway property. Employes in Protest. The petition states, in part, that the removal of the offices of the railway from the District “will affect the busi ness interests of the District to the extent of an annual payroll amounting to $4,400,000, which will be with drawn,” and that the transfer “will seriouslv affect the 2.200 employes and tbsir families, aggregating approxi mately 8,000 people, many of whom either*own or are buying their homes, which they must sacrifice or give up.” The board of directors of the cham ber last night also took action to limit the amount of money which is appro priated by the board as gifts to chari table causes. Swayed by the eloquence BLANK BOOKQ We have thousands of WbJ them always on hand. See us. E. Morrison Paper Co. 1009 Pa. Ave. WOIN THE # CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB OF THE FEDEftAL-AMERICAN i “Everybody's Doing It” piillllllMllHlllllilllllllllllllllllTlllllllllllllllH W e can sup- 111 ||| w* • ply every 111 |g VOQ I thing need- litillO 1 vds ed to enclose ||||| U the back ||tl||f|'|i|l||lllltUllllH porch. See ||||||i| |l||j,||||||| I ■lllllllllllll i! lllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllll I J Frank Kelly, Inc Lumber nod Millwork 2101 Ga. Ave. North 1343 11111111111111111111111111111111111 l 111111111111 l " I B Chib to meet [ S your purse. Interest jg ANKI OF COMMERCE | AND SAVINGS | jj Cor. 7th and E Sts. l Expert Fittings A The ability to fit trusses, elas- j 5 tic hosiery and abdominal sup -5 porters perfectly cannot be ac f qulred except by long experience. Gibson’s fitting staff have been J doing this work faithfully and J skillfully for many years. Our 5 service has been available to the 5 public of Washington for the last -* 20 years. Avail yourself of this \ f. great ‘opportunity if you need any j r. artificial' annUnr.*— :[fpGnS(Mi§] 917 G St. N.W. TODAY’S AMUSEMENTS. National —" Pigs,” comedy, at 8:20 p.m. Matinee at 2:20 p.m. Belasco—“The Arabian Nightmare," i comedy, at 8:20 p.m. Matinee at 2:20 p.m. I Poll's —“ The Vagabond King,” musi cal play, at 8:20 p.m. Keith's—Will Mahony, vaudeville, at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m. 1 Earle —" Misses and Kisses Revue,” vaudeville, continuous 1:30 to 11 p.m. Strand —“ Around the Clock,” musi cal presentation, continuous 12:30 to 11 p.m. j Gayety —"Sliding Billy” Watson’s Show, burlesque, at 2.15 and 8:15 p.m. Mutual —" Bright Eyes,” burlesque, at 2:20 and 8:20 p.m. Metropolitan “The Nervous Wreck," Van and Schenck, at 10:45 a.m., 12:20, 1:55. 3:55, 5:40, 7:40 and 9:45 p.m. Palace “The Flaming Forest,” ! Nora Bayes, at 11 a.m., 12:30, 2:30, i 4:3t>, 6. 8 and 9:55 p.m. Kialto— "The Cheerful Fraud," at 11 a.m., 12:45, 2:30, 4:50, 6:30 and 8:45 ' p.m. Columbia (second week). —"We’re in the Navy Now,” at 11:35 a.m., 1:15, I 2:55, 4:45, 6:25, 8:05 and 9:55 p.m. Tivoli —“The Family Upstairs,” at 2:25, 4:15, 6:10, 8 and 9:50 p.m. W ardnian Park —" Napoleon and Josephine,” 7 and 9 p.m. Ambassador —“Bardelys. the Mag nificent,” at 6:15, 8 and 9:50 p.m. Central —“ The Flaming Frontier,” at 12:30, 2, 3:30, 5, 6:30,.8 and 9:40 p.m. of persons interested in worthy chari ties, members of the board had been led to vote sums too generously, speakers declared. On motion of Charles W. Darr, it was voted here after to submit all requests for chari table donations to a committee for a month's study prior to action by the board. A treasurer's report showed that last year the board donated a total of $1,424.50 to charitable causes. Nominations Made. A long list of nominations was made for officers and members of the board of directors of the chamber whose terms expired at the close of 1926. In cumbents whose terms are up include Mr. Reese, president; Ivan C. Weld, vice president: Charles W. Darr, sec ond vice president; W. McK. Stowell. treasurer: Chapin Brown, general counsel, and the following members of the board of directors: Ross P. An drews, Dr. Rewis J. Battle, Ralph A. Davis, William AR Dove, John A. Eckert, Jerome Fanciulli, G. Manson Foote. Frank S. Hight, Rudolph Jose and Walter V. Shipley. At the close of the business session Dr. Battle delivered a farewell address, decrying the strenuous life of the pres ent ae and protesting that modern men in their tense strife after the almigthy dollar do not take time to play or properly care for the physical condition of their bodies. Referring to the “poisonous stuff” that men at times consume unsus pectingly at social functions. Dr. Bat tle declared: “Although I am unal terably opposed to the return of the saloon, it appears to me, as “a physi cian, that the attempt to enforce the Volstead act has thus far proved a failure.” Assigned to Walter Deed. Maj. Oscar P. Snyder. Army Dental Corps, on duty in the Philippines, has been assigned to duty at Walter Reed General Hospital. I ' | :j; Fourteenth Street at New York Avenue RUMMAGE SALE i lj * # ; We are offering the remainder of * i. our stock on Wednesday and Thurs !!;;; day at these ridiculous prices to clean house prior to moving to our new | store. !!|; 1409 H Street j We will leave our present location at the close of business Thursday. No C, O. D.’s—No Phone Orders No Charges—All Sales Final FIXTURES FOR SALE : 1 | $1.95 Golf Hose 49c $3.50 to $5 Gloves, small sizes only 95c | I $1 Interwoven Silk and Wool Hose ... .49c K $1.50 Interwoven Silk and Wool Hose . . 79c 35c Lisle Black Hose 15c ;;j 75c Interwoven Silk and Lisle Hose ... .39c < } $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Shirts $1.15 $4 to $lO Shirts ...$2.15 | $2.50 and $3 Pajamas $1.15 | $6 to sl2 Hats $3.45 1 1; $1 to $3 Two-piece Underwear, each .. .49c :t \ Collars —soft and stiff 6c !!. i j (60c Dozen) j $1 Neckwear ■* 29c j $1 and $1.50 Belts 23c ! / $8 to $lO Sweaters $3.95 \ $3.50 Knitted Reefers $1.15 \ $1 to $3 Cuff Links 39c f | CLOTHING 113 Two-Piece Summer Suits 2 Former prices, sls to $30.00. Mostly small sizes, ffO QC J (5) ,54’s; (3) 35V, (1) 36; (1) 36; (1) 40, (1) 42 stout; 00,00 j \ ( (2) 40 stout i! 6 Three-Piece Fall and j Winter Suits J j Former prices, S3O and $35.00, (1) 35; (2) 36’s; ©lO 7C | j j (1) 39, (1) 39; (1) 42 . THE ETEXTyCr STAR. WASHINGTON, I>. <?., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5. 1927. CLUB UNVEILS CREED GIFT OF L. S. TAYLOR Civitan Luncheon Featured by Ac ceptance of Tablet Recording Group's Preamble. A large oopv of tho “Civitans Creed,” inclosedin glass in the center I of a wooden tablet, was presented to the Civitan Club by R. Stoddard Tay lor and unveiled by him at a luncheon in the Ra Fayette Hotel yesterday. The tablet bearing the creed was hung back of the head table in the club's luncheon room in the Ra l ay ette Hotel. Mr, Taylor unveiled the j tablet at the request of John Swart-j | zell, first vice president for the past ! year and president-elect for the ensu i ing year, who presided. , Vocal solos were rendered at tne I luncheon by Earl Carbauh, and his i son Robert Carbauh. sang several j modern songs while playing his own I accompaniment on a ukulele. Announcement was made that the 'club officers for 1927 will be installed at the luncheon next Tuesday. ASKS $20,000 FOR HURTS. Woman Charges Truck Hit Her After Skidding. Suit, for $20,000 for personal injuries was filed yesterday against the Gar den T Shoppe. Inc.. 3334 Fourteenth street, by James H. Phythian, painter, of 1102 Sixth street, through Attorn neys Seal, Boswell & Doyle. The plaintiff alleges that while on the sidewalk at Fifteenth street and Rhode Island avenue he was struck by a truck belonging to the defendant corporation, which skidded after sti ik ing another machine. Missing Woman Sought Here. Efforts are being made by the Catholic Welfare Council to locate Mrs Margaret Doyle, believed to be a resident of this city, whose son John Smith, is reported to have been killed in a fall from a building undei construction in Marysville, Calif. A message from Marysville contained the information that Mrs. Doyle might be found at 730 Eighth street, but there is no such number on that street. Named West Point Chaplain. Rev. Arthur B. Kinsolving, 2d. has been appointed a chaplain in the Army for duty at the United States Military Academy, West Point. N. \. I Mount Vernon 1 and Alexandria, Va. § I Car leaves Terminal, £ 12th & Pa. Ave. N.W., |j every hour on the hour @ Tr >p gi 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. week days | : Mount Vernon Electric Railway | SUPREME COURT PLANS TO SPEED UP APPEALS Docket Will No Longer Be Hiding Place for .Criminals Under v New Buling. The docket of the Supreme Court is no longer to be the hiding place of criminal appeals. Persons convicted of crime cannot now look with confidence to the court as a haven where they may have the sentence imposed upon them indefi nitely postponed. By the same token those unlawfully convicted will find prompt relief. Formerly it took the court four years to reach a case after it was docketed, but under the leadership of ! Chief Justice Taft it has decided to advance the hearing in all criminal cases. Ordinarily it would not be made ac quainted with the issues presented, in cases upon its docket until the cause is reached for oral argument. It now is having the docket closely watched, and criminal appeals are promptly brought to its attention upon filing. These are set for early hearings, a reasonable time only being allowed counsel to print the briefs and pre pare for argument. If counsel Is not ready when the case is reached a satisfactory reason must be presented to obtain further delay. liiiiiiS Open at 8:30 A.M. Daily n jgk 4% Savings K Time Account? Deposits Equipped to Handle Commercial Banking Expeditiously It you’re a business man. “Franklin” service will appeal to YOU. A4T Four classes in our 1927 Xmas Havings Club — >oc. sl, $2 and So weekly, 3% interest. Franklin National Bank Tenth St. at Pa. Ave. N.W. till Connecticut Avenue JOHN B. COCHRAN. THOS. P. HICKMAN. President V. P. and Cashier illllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllll United Lodge of Theosophists 709 Hill Building, 17th and 1 St*. Public Lecture “The Inner Ruler” Thursday, January 6, 8:15 P.M. The Soul Is Patent. Its powers guide the mind and character, and make man practical . No Charges or Collections I One-Day Specials 5 For Tomorrow Only < Thursday | No Telephone Orders Accented X 50c Phillips Milk 7c Fairy Soap X Magnesia Special ':T' 10 for 39c > <sbc * # Oxy-Crystine « Regular Sire Star Special * Soap X Special 75c i 6 for 25c 35c Witch Hazel SI.OO Todd s Tonic int J Special S P ccial S 75c 29c | 24-Gram Vial of Combination Offer J Coty s Extract Paris, for. Men J > L'Origan or Cbypre j Aqua Velva j C Sp,:cia, and 135 c Tube > 5 $2.25 Wilson Club Shaving K f q* Cream—Total J X p Value, 85c j C Special S P ecial * I 3 for 55c 50c , > X Combination Offer Large Size Listerme* # X 1 3oc Dr. Williams Special S Toothbrush and X ! > 130 c Tube Gibson 0:70 S C Milk of Magnesia X Tooth Paste —Total 2dc Seidlitz Powders # X Value, 6dc 10 in Package > Special S P' cial % » 35c 15c 11 Get It At Gibson s < / C Where Your Dollars Have More Cents , » 917-919 G St. N.W. > sf\ A YEAR WILL GET $11,500! B Accident Insurance with 10% »jvu % mutations ami S3O weekly for disa ■ btlity. Men-Women. 16 to 'O. No ex # N animation Address 614 Upshur st. or phone Adams 6281. Agent will call. Eye# Are the most valuable organs of your body. Guard them against trouble. Consult — M. A. LEESE OPTICAL CO.. 014 9th St. Branch Store—7l? 11th St. « MESCO n ’ \ J s Qiit choice of exclude # cWashtnqton.\j) M-E SWING 0 tTTSftr 1015 E STREET 11 11 Quality Beyond Question Resolve that during the year 1927 you will have your eyes examined at regular in tervals by our optome- - trists. 9 , o£.o7ifa/in oZnc 4 Optometrists Opticians 935 F Street H Years at the Same Address | AMUSEMENTS. ' M VAUDEVILL& h LL The Greatest Fun-Show Ever j £ IP Tho Cleverest of Comedian*. i P WILL MAHORE* ; Sensationally Successful ! ? Wherever Appearing. ANIfCODEE 1 m Faacinatinr French Comedienne. f Q OTHER STAR Q f O FEATURES O < And j| « ra FRANK ORTH “ In IbJ ANN CODEES SURPRISES M l A Side-Splitting Frollo. MR Show* Daily. 2:16 and 8:19. //rj fnb>\7Ytmft MAIN 14Sm4M-6d3t/TitTy GAYETY Ladle*' Club Theater. Ladle*' Mat. Dally. 26c. “SLIDING” BILLY WATSON Neat Week—" Mutt ft Jeff * Honeymoon'' iyi u Tu A L G. CATALANO’S BRIGHT EYES With DOLLY DAVIES k HARRY LEVINE J ip% LOEW’S m* | PalacE % ri)ntln!| «» n » 10:30 *• mll p 111 - H NOW PLAYING America'* Premier Entertainer. NORA BAYES The Highest-Priced, Artiste §§s Koto Appearing on the | American Stage! APPEARING DAILY AT 2:61. 4H, 749 A Ml P. M. §1 On the Screen | “THE FLAMING FOREST” H WITH 1 RENEE ADOREE--ANTONIO MORENO Overture—New*—Fable —Topic* 1 ColumbiA ■ Continuous 10:30 a. m -11 Pm. SECOND WEEK 1 WE’RE IN THE NAVY NOW §§ The comedy successor to “Behind the Front/' with the same famous stars, M WALLACE BEERY. RAYMOND HATTON Mabel Norma nd Comedy Kewsreel—Overtnre—Hte. liiltTol —NOW PLAYING — Carl Laemmle Present* i REGINALD ' I DENNY ► I “ ► I “THE ► | CHEERFUL FRAUD” | . —ON THE STAGE— H AL LAVINE r SvJ Broadway's Youngest Song . Writer and HIS BAND P ss§ Washington'* Best Orchestra ► BOX ROMMELL. Conducting Hews—Organlogue—Comedy ► I ==NOTE== \ m Children under 12 years || admitted to All Per- formances for 15c, except Sundays. \ MLmmmm. mmms^Jk ► wmmmmmmmmmmeemmmmmmtmmKmmimm ► e — Kiddies Know b What Makes Them #1 It nII Grow Give Them ► /owotjA the Best— \ /«• ft! Storm & Sherwood / City and > kcm NS 17/7. Suburban Delivery . West 264 and 2190 ' r DAI«Y | k pORNiSREHiWDi tj r I -Fhejesie^ F‘ AVORS FOR PARTIES Everythin* to make the party a success. ► GARRISON’S ► Wholesale Toy and Novelty Co., Inc. 914 E Street N.W. ► Since 1898 ► l SEE ETZ and SEE BETTER f EDWIN H. ETZ ► OPTOMETRIST * Swami Yogananda His of tolw to k This City Will Begin r II Sunday Evening, January 9 * fliuedimdtanfa&mpanuofQmeriaft I CRANDALL'S Mtk Ml JSMWAIfU TODAY. 11 A. M. TO 11 P. M. 13th S«„ llclow F An A1 < hrietle Special TODAY. li3o «• It T. M. THE NERVOUS WRECK ‘MISSES & KISSES’ Adapted From Oerea Dacia* Stage lilt With Fight Stara. A "!■«•"««■« nmrrwm Led By 4—OTHRU STAR AOTI—• HARRISON FORD PHYLLIS HAVER JOHNNY HINES With Mary Ttrlaad and thd .... .. . . „ , . .. "Seaadala" Beaaty CfeMM M ‘ Merry MoiWrehs of Melody* " ■ ■«<%■.«« VAN & SCHENCK ■ ■ .lIKIT WMcK— Daily at 3 35, 7:20 and 0:25 y. aa. GEORGE BEBAN and CO. OF 24 1 n PBRJSS LARTOON-HEWS-OYIITTO RND ON THE SCREEN IN TfDi Danlal Breeskin. conductla* - nurc nc niriDllß Washington's Finest Orchestra »“■» »• nIvARIFV CRANDALL’S,,TRANDALL'S^"'> H^“ r TODAY—VIRGINIA VALLI in ‘ THE TODAY—R ESSIE LO V E Zs’O SA3&V' PST * ,R,; ' “»*™ “ t< jos""h' v^ b h?ld .w "mpsumjfm m YOUNG APRIL." TERY CLUB." CRANDALL’S ambassador CRANDALL’S LAAnuALL O IHthdCnl.Rd.VW. TODAY—L ILLI AN A RK% b aY^ TODAY AND TOMORROW JOHN HUNTLEY GORDON In THE GILRF.RT in BARDELYS THE GOLDEN WUB - MAGNIFICENT " AF3QP FABLE. AND CRANDALL’S central LRAnUALL o mh B , t DYE CRANDAII’S colony , TODAY—STAR CAST in “THE Vl\f%m/ALL J o «A«dlP.rmnS FLAMING FRONTIER." TODAY—LEATRICE jm* in TOSr TOMORROW—BFSSIE LOVE AND ALIMONY on/ v - JO * 1 rOB JOSEPH CRANDALL’S CRANDALL’S^?;™* TODAY—MARGARET LIVINGSTON TODAY—G FO R G N J?: in AFTER MARRIAGE.” SEN- LI MID TF R Rft n° NET COMEDY. GIANS’X. SROR5 ROR COLLE- T °^°^^ D^G^B q Y^ ACLEAX T RICH tn CRANDALL’S *"•»•«"* CRANDALL’S IXZXTZ*- \ fMil re. Are. B, TODAY—B ESSIE f. r» V E ivn ’ TODAY—ADOLPHE MENJOU in JOSEPH SCHIF DK R AT* Y in THE ACE OF CADS." OUR YOUNG APRIL ' AL 1 ‘ GANG COMEDY . TOMORROW—M\TT MOORE AMD TOMORROW—VERA REYNOLDS in EDITH ROBERTS in 'THK MVS • RISKY BUSINESS.” TERY CLUB/’ 8 rHfc STRAND Continuous IS Noon to 11 P. M. ON THE STAGE VICTOR HYDE’S GREATEST ACHIEVEMEKT “AROUND THE CLOCK” WITH THE INCOMPARABLE CAST STARRING IRVIN B. HAMP ! O.Y THE SCREEN Lew Cody & Marceline Day “THE GAY DECEIVERS ~ ALWAYS best for I.ess Umji -jjgßL l .-”"" 1 ■ „SEia rational j SAT. MAT., 50c to $2 1 m JOHN GOLDEN I'rMfßt* | **+ PEALS and SQUEALS of i 1 I delight J By Anne Morrison and Patterson McNutt j with WALLACE FORD & UNA MERKLE | NEXT WEEK SEATS THIIW. SOPHIE AATED TUCKER LEWIS UMAIftE'S AFFAIRS *u>Mh, LESTER ALLEN I R&VU& £«©ouceo. no lEWII' PAUSICAL CUQWNI I Friday—4:3o FRIEDA I HEMPEL 5 “The Jenny Lind of Today* Tickets—s2.so. $2.00. $1.50. »1.00 S T. Arthur Smith Bureau, 1330 G St., in Kttfs Music House MRS. WILSON-GREENE ANNOUNCES 1 CHICAGO GRAND OPERA S. TWO PERFORMANCES . . . Wednesday evening, Feb. 16, at 8 ©clock Thursday Matinee. Feb. 17. at 3 o clock POM'S THEATER Kve.’, The Masked Ball Ua \£ n) Raisa Van Gordon Marshall Bonelll Folacco. Conductor ! VST Resurrection Tt^u) I Marc Garden Rich Mojica Classen Moranr-oni. Conductor Orchestra 65—Entire Stare Equipment i Chorus 75. Incidental Dances and Corps de Ballet Seats now on sale at Mrs. W'llson- I Greene's Bureau, Droop’s, I3th and G. j Main 6403. iIPOLI’S T ONI GHT * MAT. TOMORROW RUSSELL JANNEV Presents s| The Vagabond King „ ; Based on McCarthy's a “IF I WERE KING Music by RUDOLF FRIML (OM. SUN.—SEATS TODAY With Joe Cook Frankie Heath, Johnny Dooley XABIOrf TALLEY SENSATIONAL SOPRANO MIT. OPERA FOLDS, FHL. JAN. 14, 4iSO Beats, Mrs. Greens's Bureau, Dreep’% 13th A 0. M. 6439. GABRILOWITSCH PIANIST, and the Famous ENGLISH SINGERS Memorial Continental Hall. D. A. R. Saturday Eve.. January 8. 8:30. Seats Mrs. Greene's Bureau. Droop’s. 13th and O. M. 6403. University of Notre Dame Glee Club Concert and Dance Hotel Mayflower Friday, January 7 8.30 P.M. Tickets, $2.50 At Mayflower I,' ..-a ' " ■ - WASHINGTON NATIONAL OPERA CO. EDOUARD ALBION. General Director. “LA BOHEME” MON JAN 1 n r‘°" iTIUIV., JAII. 1 W“~Auditorlum Maxwell—Lanpas —Low—lvantroff Nilssen—Chamozeky—Steschenko GEORGES GEORGESCO. Conductor. Seats NOW. Arthur Jordan Piano Co. 1230 G St. Main 487 Tpnirtit **shubkrt/\ TODAY at 8:30 I*-, . cr || 2:30 3<V to $2.50 fc LA S CUw to 51.60 Plus Tax w Flue Tax Mgmt. Messrs. Shnhert CLARKE PAINTER Presents The ARABIAN NIGHTMARE A MERRY PL AY of SWIFT ADVENTURE By Dayld Tearle and Dominick Colairri Next Mon. Mall Orders Now ALICE BRADY and a Notable Cast In LuHitia McDonald's Play “LADY ALONE” Presented hr L. LAWRENCE WEBER In Association with DAVID WALLACE Stared by Lionel Atwill Ni*hfs. s«c to S2..V»i Wed. Mat.. s«c to St.so: Sat, Mat., 58e to SS.M Film Features PRyNfpjfo° im rTsE n.e. SENATE 322 PaT Ave. S.E. “YOU'D BE SURPRISED " DUMBARTON-”-—',",'.”, _?H A E R ?gf : TS 4 |£f« 0P SIDNEY LUSTS OLYMPIC u 14 * h 4 «*»> ... „ ALL-STAR CAST in "THE WALTZ DREAM." HIPPODROME « f&uA t w^„f&iFc r igi? c ' ,a - D ELITE , ‘" h and b. t. ave. NORMAN KERRY in "THE LOVE THIEF.” EMPIRE 911 H H,r "* n.k: ** ***** ART ACORD in LUCK" And COMEDY. "SWEET HEART DAZE." Wardman Park Theater MOTION PICTURE GUILD Presents "NAPOLEON AND JOSEPHINE CAROLINA llth * Np S K R S^y F SVi R^ ALIs HAVt: “ CAMEO THEATER ** W*'- BESSIE LOVE in "YOUNG APRIL Also SURPRISE NIGHT. AMERICAN « »•**•"*• Ave RENEE ADOREE In ' BLARNEY ' LIBERTY North tap and P Sts LIOLIVI I GEORGE O'BRIEN in "RUSTLING FOR CtTPID." TAKOMA Takoma fr*ark. I» ( I AIWITIn No Trafflr Troubles Today at 7 and 0 n.tn. RIN TIN TIN “Hero of the Big Snow s” j Also COMEDY and CARTOON f|RCI F 2,0 *» p »- Ave. Ph. \V 953 I LIAVLE. Amn , e p , rVfßr H I MILTON SILLS. NOAH BERRY. KATE PRICE. CHARLIE MURRAY and CLAUDE KING in PARADISE j NOVELTY COMEDY. “WILD ROOM ER." Showings 7 and 0 p.m Ad mission. 25c. NEW STANTON I VIOLA DANA and GEORGE O HARA in "BIGGER THAN BARNUM'S " Coni edy and news. PARTTTHEaTER Kvr' DA in "FOOTLOOSE WIDOWS." DANCING. JOSEPHINE JACKSON.' PRIVATE DANT in*: course 6 lessons. S 5, or $1 single le.» sons. 1636 19th at. n.w. Phone Pot. 318 * PROF. AND MRS. L. A. ACKERSTUDIO. 1137 10th st. n.w.—Classes Mon , Fri.. 8 to 11 p.m., with orchestra. Private ie*son« by appointment. Fr, 8567, Est. 1000. 6* „ THE THAYER STUDIO*. Fox Trot. Waltz. Tango, Black Bottom and Valencia. Class Tuesday evening 1226 Connecticut Ave. Main 2573. DAVISON’S Teach you to dance eoi n ** reel It in a few lesson* Strictly private any hour, 1328 M St. N.W. Class dance Sat ere. nr , w , lth orchestra Kox Trot. Waltz, Tango, Valencia. Isatest variations. < BEATRICE~OStES --recently of the professional stage, offers a thorough training in ballet, acrobatic, char acter dancing refined ballroom dancing and Charleston: children's classes Sat. morning irtohJFY 1 S: an "a.!*.- ?,£, CATHERIN BALI E Basart Steps Taught. 718 9th St. N.W. 6* THE FOX STUDIO Tap Dancing worth while: terms reduced foi lames. AU styles of dancing taught. LETTIE MARIE BARRETT “Premier Dancer” Will make you a "Perfect" Ballroom Dance: The castle club 1213 K N.W. Franklin 6265 MR. STAFFORD PEMBERTON _ Partner to Mae Murray. Gertrude Hoffina> LESSONS IN ALL BTYLES OF DANCINt Studio. 1800 Biltmore St Phone Col. SO* Leila Fowler Studio SPFriALTZING IN BALLROOM DANCING Class for beginners commencing Friday. Jan. 7, 8:30 p,m., for t>eriod of 6 week; .