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AUCTION SALES—FUTURE DAYS.
_(Continued.)_ TV'am "a WEBCHLER a BON. Auctioneers TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IM PROVED REAL ESTATE. KNOWN AS 1841 COLUMBIA ROAD N W . BEING AN APARTMENT CONTAINING ABOUT 110 APARTMENTS AND SIX SI ORES By virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly facorded In Liber No. 6339. folio 409 et seq.. Of the land records of the District of Co lumbia. and at the request of the parties secured thereby, the undersigned trustees will offer for sale by Public auction, in front of the premises, on TUESDAY. THE $th DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1932. AT FOUR O'CLOCK PM. the following-described land and premises, situate in the District of Co lumbia. to wit: Part of lot 28 in Margaret t. and Lawrence Sand s subdivision of lots 5, 6 and 7 of the subdivision by the heirs of John Little of parts of the tracts of land called -Mount Pleasant" and 'Pleasant Plains.” now known as “Mintwood as per plat recorded in Liber County No 6. folio 13. of the records of the office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia. Also part of lot 321 In Robert O. Holtzman. trustee s. sub division of parts of the tracts of land known as Mount Pleasant" and “Pleasant Plains, as per plat recorded in Liber County No 10. folio 53 of the aforesaid surveyors office records, all described by metes and bounds in one parcel as follows- Beginning for the same at the northeasterly corner of said lot thrpp hundred and twenty-one (321' and running thenre in a southerly direction along the westerly line of Columbia road, as dedicated and shown on plat recorded in Lib^r County No. 6 folio 130. of the afore said surveyor s < fftce records 166 95 feet more or less, to the northerly line of Mint wood plate thenre westerly along said northerly line of Mintwood place 138.5 feet, more or less, to the easterly line of a public alley. 16 feet wide, as dedicated and shown on a plat recorded in Liber No. 90. folio 90. of the aforesaid surveyors office records, thence northerly alone said easterly line of said alley to the northerly line of said lot 28. said point being also at an angle in said line of said alley; thence north still with said easterly line of said alley to the northwest erly corner of said lot 321: thenre easterly along the northerly line of said lot 321 to the northeasterly corner of said lot and the place of beginning. Subiect to the building restriction line as shown on plats recorded in Liber County No 6. folio 130. and Liber County No 10. folio 53. of the aforesaid Surveyor's office records. Terms of sale; The above property will be gold sub'ect to a prior deed of trust for J625.000 at 6 4 10^ due June 18. 1934. inter est pavable semi-annually balance to be paid in oa^h. A deposit of 110.000 required of purchaser at time of sale. All convey ancing. recording and notarial foes at cost of puchaser Terms of sale to be complied with wnhm thirty days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days’ advertisement of such resale in some news paper published in the city of Washing ton. D. C ROGER J WHITEFORD. WALTER M. B ASTI AN ja21.d&dslnc].Su_Trustees. *THOS J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS, 1431 EYE ST. N.W. TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE MODERN RESIDENCE 'DETACHED- AT 3904 NORTHAMPTON STREET NORTHWEST. WASHINGTON. D C. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded in Librr No. 5478. folio 455 et s*q . of the land records of the District of Co lumbia. and at the request of the party se cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction, in front of the prem ises. on FRIDAY THE FIFTH DAY OF FEB RUARY A D 1932. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P M . the following-described land and prem ises. situate in the District of Columbia, ar.d designated as and being lot numbered forty-two * 421 in Eugene A Smith's subdi vision of lots In square seventeen hundred and forty-six <1746'. "Connecticut Avenue Terrace " as per plat recorded in the office of the surveyor for the District of Columbia. In Liber 70 at folio 197 Terms of sale Sold subject to a first deed of trust in the sum of $7,500 and a second deed of trust in the amount of about $800. further particulars of which will be an nounced at time of sale: the purchase price above said trusts to be paid in cash. A de posit of $500 required. Conveyancing, re cording. etc., at purchaser s cost. Terms to be complied with within thirty days, other wise deposit forfeited and the property may be advertised and resold at the discretion of the trustees. JAMES D HOBBS. HOWARD A. BURNS Ja27.29.fel.3.5 Trustees. THOS J. OWEN A: SON AUCTIONEERS 1431 EYE ST. N.W. TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Situate at the Southeast Corner of Connecticut Avenue and Eye Street Northwest, im proved by a 7-story brick and stone apartment and office building, known as The Ro chambeau, and by a 5-story brick office building known as premises 1624 Eye Street Northwest. By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded in Lioer No. 5797. folio 364 et seq., of the land records of the District of Co lumbia. and at the request of the party se cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will sell at public auction, in front of the prem ises. on TUESDAY. THE SIXTEENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY. AD 1932. AT FOUR O CLOCK P M . the following described land and premises, situate in the city of Wash ington. District of Columbia, and designated as and being lot twenty-one <21) in W. W Corcoran s subdivision of square one hun dred and eighty-six '186'. as per plat re corded in Liber 10. folio 114, of the records of the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia. Also lot thirty-eight <38* in Francis H. Duehay's subdivision of lots in square one hundred and eight-six '186». as per plat recorded in Liber 28. folio 67. of the aforesaid surveyor's office records. Terms of sale: One hundred thousand dollars '$100,0001 of the purchase money to1 be paid in cash, fifty thousand dollars ($50.000• in one year; fifty thousand dollars ($50 000) in two years, balance in three years with interest at six per centum per annum, payable semi-annually from date of sale, secured by deed of trust upon the prop erty sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser A deposit of twenty-five thou sand dollars ($25.000> will be required at time of sale All conveyancing, recording etc . at cost of purchaser. Terms of sale to be complied with within thirty days from day of sale, othnv.,se the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washington D. C WILLIAM MONTGOMERY. NATIONAL SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY. By WILLIAM D. HOOVER, President. Trustees. ♦Seal.) Attest; E PERCIVAL WILSON. Secretary. 3al3.16.20,23.27,30-fe3,5,6.8,9.10.11,22.214.171.124 THOMAS DOWLING & CO.. Auctioneers Auction Sale of of Every Description Smith's Transfer and Storage Warehouse No. 1313 U St. N.W. Friday, February 5 __At 10:30 O’Clock AM fe3.4* THOS J. OWEN * SON. AUCTIONEERS. 1431 EYE ST. N.W. TRUSTEES’ SALE OF VALUABLE TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING. KNOWN AS 1635 19th ST N.W By virtue of a certain deed of trust duly recorded, in Liber No. 6200. folio 462 et seq.. of the land records of the District of Co lumbia. and at the request of the party se cured thereby, the undersigned trustees will ■ell at public auction, in front of the prem ises on MONDAY. THE EIGHTH DAY OF FEBRUARY A D 19.32. AT THREE-THIRTY O CLOCK PM, the following described land and premises, situate in the city of Wash ington. District of Columbia, and designated ■ s and being lot lettered "A" In A. D. Can non's subdivision of lots in square 134, as per plat recorded in the office of the sur veyor for the District of Columbia in Liber R L H at folio 366. Said property will be sold subject to a prior deed of trust for $6,000. par ticulars of which will be announced at the time of sale The purchase price above said prior trust to be paid one third in cash, balance in two equal install ments. payable in one and two years, with interest at six per centum per annum, pay able semi-annually, from day of sale, se cured by deed of trust upon the property ■old. or all cash, at the option of the pur chaser A deposit of $500 00 will be required at time of sale All conveyancing record ing:. etc . at cost of purchaser. Terms of ■ale to be complied with uithin 30 days from day of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement of such resale in some newspaper published in Washington. D. C. HARRY K BOSS. H. GLENN PHELPS. Jt27.29-fel.3.5 8 Trustees. LEGAL NOTICES. F. E. YOUNGMA.N, Attorney. SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF Columbia —In re The application of Iva M Sinn lor change of name.—No. 53950. Equity Doc.—Iva M. Sinn having filed a petition praying for a decree changing her same to Lucinda Crile. and having apDlied to the court for an order of publication of the notice required by law in such cases, it Js by the court this 2nd day of February. A D 1932. ordered that all persons concerned show cause, if any there be. on or before the 10th day of March. A.D. 1932. why the prayers of said petition should not be grant ed. provided a copy of this order be pub lished once a week for three consecutive weeks before said day in The Evening Star newspaper PEYTON GORDON. Justice. <Seal. * A true copy. Test: FRANK E. CUNNINGHAM. Clerk. By WILLIAM W. 8TICKNEY. Assistant Clerk. fe3.10.17 ~ EDUCATIONAL._ CD A MKU school of UI All lull W ASHINGTON Prof from Spain Conversational Method Rapid Progress. 1333 H St. X.W ._Nat. 9369. « FREE ANALYSIS —-Shows accurately how to better your condition. Send for Chart—No obligation. Concord College "Trota to OtliT »*«*» U.S. PAY STATISTICS IN HEAVY DEMAND Budget Bureau Has Many Calls for Compilation on Wages. Many members of Congress and many Government agencies have applied to the Bureau of the Budget for copies of the new statistics on Government per sonnel pay, it was learned todav. Care ful study of the big page of figures is being made in many circles throughout the city. The figures, which comprise the first set of their kind ever tabulated, dis close many new trends never known before in the Government pay roll, and are giving food for thought especially to those who have favored or opposed the wage cut for Government workers. The majority of interpretations have come from those who see in the figures little hope for the wage cutters. By far the most of the Government pay goes to people who are in the lower paid brackets, as a matter of fact about three-fourths of the money goes to peo ple earning less than $2,200, the figures show. In order to get any substantial money out of the pocketbooks of Government workers, the table show's, it would be necessary to take it away from the people who get the lower salaries. For instance, it was pointed out to day. there appears to be slight comfort in the figures for any one proposing a cut in the salaries of all receiving more than $5,000 a year. The total salaries paid to persons in the brackets above this figure amount to $44,663,581, arid a 10 per cent cut of this would give the Government only about $4,466,000. With the Government fighting a deficit which on January 30 amounted to $1,512,532,529.33, it was said today bv opponents of a wage cut that the $4 000.000 to be realized by cutting high salaries would be only a drop in the bucket, and would do far more harm in demoralization of personnel than it would do good in helping to balance the Government's big budget. --• In January. 1914. a few months be fore the World War broke out, Lloyd George of England declared that the prospects of peace were so good that he considered the time had come for re ducing Britain's naval and defense ex penditures. _EDUCATIONAL._ A Leading Preparatory School for Bovs Accredited—Exceptional Athletic Facilities. Men Teachers Only. Sixth Grade through High School. Second Semester begins February 1st 1736 G St. N.W. <Y. M. C. A ). NA. 8250. CCOUNTANCY Pace Courses; B. C. S. and M. C. S. Degrees; C. P. A. Preparation. 5:30 class opens Feb. 1; 7:30 class, Feb. 15. Send for 25th Year Book Benjamin Franklin University 302 Transportation Bldg. Met. 2515. Felix Mahony s National Art School Our Eieht-Month Professional Courses Fit You to Accent a Position in Color. Interior Decoration. Costume Deslxn. Commercial Art. Toilers. Children's Saturday Class. See our Exhibition. New Classes New Forminf. 1747 R. I. Ave. North 1114 Temple School Meets Individual Requirements in Business and Secretarial Training Classes Now Forming Da'—Late Afternoon—Evening 1420 K St. Na. 325S WashingtonCollegeofLaw Second Semester Reran Feb. 1. 1932 Day Division, 9 to 11 Evening Division, 5:10 to 7 Three-year course leading to LL.B. Fourth-year course leading to LL.M. and M.P.L. New classes now forming in all second semester subjects 2000 G St. Met. 4585 WALTON ACCOUNTANCY These courses have trained over 1,000 Certified Public Accountants in the United States. All instruction in Account ing is given by experienced teachers who possess their C. P. A. degree. All Law classes are under the direction of men who are university graduates in law, and are members of the Dis trict of Columbia bar. Authorized B. C. S. and M. C. S. degrees are con ferred. New semester begins February 8 STRAYER COLLEGE of ACCOUNTANCY NAtional 1.48 721 13tb Street RESORTS. ___ ATLANTIC CITY. N. J._ HOTEL DENNIS ATLANTIC CITY, I*. J. EVERYTHING JUST RIGHT JUST NOW! The right kind of weather for your health . .. the right kind of serv ice for your comfort . . . the right kind of food for your digestion... the right%ind of people for society ... and the right kind of rates for the times... wire us you’re coming. Walter J. Busby, Inc. lrn^igaft^3WAftH PTTffl ROBERT B. LUDV, M.Dl 1 TODAY’S AMUSEMENTS. National—"The Band Wagon,” at 2:20 and 8:20 p.m. Belasco—“Blessed Event,” at 8:30 p.m. Gayety—"Girls From the Pollies,” at 2:15 and 8:15 p.m, Columbia—“Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” (second week), at 11:30 a.m., 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. R-K-O Keith's—"Prestige,” at 10:20 a.m.; 12:46, 3:12, 5:38. 8:04 and 10:30 p.m. Stage show's at 11:38 a.m., 2:04, 4:30. 6:55 and 9:22 p.m. Palace—"Lovers Courageous,” at 11:30 a.m., 2:05. 4:40, 7:05 and 9:40 p.m. Stage shows at 1:20, 4, 6:25 and 9 p.m. Metropolitan—"The Speckled Band” and "Tulane vs. Southern California,” at 11, 11:49 a.m, 12:58. 1:47. 2:56. 3:45, 4:54. 5:43. 6:59, 7:48. 9:05 and 9 54 p.m. Rialto—"Unexpected Father.” at 12, 2:03; 4:05, 5:52. 7:54 and 9:58 p.m. Earle—“Two Kinds of Women,” at 11:15 a.m.. 1:40, 4:35, 7:30 and 10:05 p.m. Stage shows at 12:40, 3:35, 6:25 and 9:05 p.m. Fcx—"Rainbow' Trail,” at 11:31 a.m.. 1:45, 4:31. 7:17 and 10:03 p.m. Stage shows, with James Dunn in person, at 12:51, 3:37. 6:23 and 9:09 p.m. Tivoli—"Safe in Hell,” at 2, 3:55. 5:50, 7:45 and 9:45 p.m. Central—"Are These Our Children,” 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Ambassador—"Possessed," at 6:15, 8 and 9:50 p.m. Stork Stops Boat. NEW YORK f/P).—The stork gave orders to the captain of a Providence bound boat yesterday. Learning that the bird was hovering over the state room of Mrs. Gertrude Travers, the captain turned the boat around, docked, called a doctor, waited while an eight pound daughter yus born to Mrs. Travers and then steamed on for Provi dence with the new passenger. LANK BOOK —of all description Let Ut Supply Them E. Morrison Paper Co. _100!) Pa. Ave._ WHERE TO DINE. SfiAGGILL THECSEA pHORE^v Dinners^ 1207 E St. N.W. Never Closed Herzog’s Nationally Famous Restaurant Good Sized Broiled Live Lobster With Shoestring Potatoes Coleslaw, Bread and Butter $1 .50 Lobster Salad, Lobster Newberg Fresh Shad and Shad Roe Steamed Shrimp, Steamed Oysters 11th and Potomac River UR STOREWIDE CELEBRATION— \J/1II7 1KT Listed below are some of the won \J W lIV derful savings opportunities during __ this great event. Hundreds of other PROGRESS items, not listed, are on display. We £ suggest that you avail yourself of this chance to “stock up" your . wardrobe. Regular $30 and $35 SUITS O’COATS Worsteds. Blue Serges, Tweeds and other fine fab rics. The overcoats are dark patterns and shades, in popu lar oxfords and blues. All sizes. Regular $40 and $45 SUITS O’COATS Hard-finish fabrics, tweeds, cheviots, serges, in suits and sturdy warm fleeces and smooth-finish overcoats. Plenty of the popular blue and oxford with velvet col lars. All sizes. Shirts and Shorts 39c Three jor $ 1 #2 to #3 Shirts #1-29 Three jor *3.75 #2 to #3 Pajamas #J.29 Three for $3.75 Quality Hose ?9f Four jar $1 $3.50 to $4.50 Gloves $1-95 75c to $1 Hose 49c Two for 95c Discontinued make Collars 10c Three for 25c Famous Nationally Known PACKARD SHOES A very special price for this popular shoe. Plain black and all shades of tan. Many styles from which to choose. All sires. - -■ Silk Mufflers $1-59 Sweaters up to $7.50 - $2-79 25c-to 35c H’d’k’fs $J 6 ior Golf Hose. 89c $3.50 to $5 $2-19 Pajamas Three for $6 Union Suits . . 59c Two for $1 $2.50 to $3 Ties $1*39 Three for $4 $1.00 Ties 59c Three for $1.75 $5 to $7.50 High-Grade HA.XS Al! shapes, styles and colors in the entire lot. Many rationally known makes included, whieh we are not permlted to advertise. Sol He&og « F Street at Qth No. 80 for Neuritis Homeopathic Pharmacy 1007 H St. N.W. NA. 1695 USED CAMERAS for 4"x5" pictures or larger Bought, Sold and Exchanged ^Fuller $c 2t’Alb*rt, Ittr. *15 10th St. N.W. BEFORE OR AFTER THE AUTOMOBILE SHOW Visit Our Display of RICHARDSON—MATTHEWS CHRIS CRAFT—GAR WOOD BOATS Open 9 A M. lo 1« P.M. FLOODGATE MOTOR BOAT SALES CO. 14th & Water Sta. S.W. Metropolitan 9604 or 8565 Unusual Low Prices at Gibson’s 2—Large Size Tubes Gib son Milk of Magnesia nf Tooth Paste, special... 2—Large Size Tubes Bay Rum Shaving Cream, nr special . LtD** 2—25c Pkgs. Seidlitz Pow- n r ders, special. LJt 2—50c Prophylactic Tooth en Brushes, special. DUv 2—Pints Russian Mineral n rp Oil, special. I 2—25c Tubes Woodbury’s np Cold Cream, special. We deliver $1 or more GIBSON’S 915 G St. N.W. Your Presence is Requested at the R tokening of the Club Ch anted er Society s Favorite Rendezvous at No. 1 Thomas Circle on Friday, the Fifth of February, at 10 O Clock in the Evening with La Mae and Alice Louise South American Dance Stars and Harry Albert and hrs orchestra Reservations — Decatur 2446 719 13th, Strayer College Bldg. Luncheon, 35c, 50c; Dinner, 50c Wholesome lood vrevared by best of women cooks under a trained dietician. COLUMBIA PHOTO SUPPLY Since 1900 1424 New York Ave. N.W. "Trtdll THE FAVORITE 09Vlb BLEND OF A ___■ MASTER ■ ] I BLENDER | Direction: CLARA MAY DOWNEY ^M-’F.V FARM-OP tPPY,-*’P. Where excellence of food and refinement of atmosphere are delightfully blended LUNCHEON—TEA—DINNER 12 miles out Georgia Ave. Ext. NO OTHER PHONE LOCATIONS ASHTON 133 Full of nutritive value . . . made with milh, wheat and cheese. Delivered to your home. On Sale Tomorrow and Every Monday and Thur»day. You get full goodness, nourishment and toasting qualities in every loaf Scientific formulas and recipes have combined with the Holmes’ oven-controlled baking to produce the silky texture and delicious cheese taste of this loaf. It's round, enabling you to serve novel sandwiches. Serve it Toasted. Order a loaf NOW of Holmes Cheese Bread. It frill be delivered direct to your home. Phone National 4537 TUMBLER. Acp4xAxui! See what your druggist has for you! A beautiful non-fragile tumbler for your bathroom. A number of lovely pastel colors to choose from. Get a tumbler FREE with your purchase of TEK— the mod ern tooth brush. Tumbler worth 35c ... Tek worth 50c ... a total 85c value. ■ 1 _AMUSEMENTS._ ZI □ WCyd. SENSATIONAL WEEK^ \| Ufk »tKYU.4«4 vMRHYDE"~r ^ PRgPftICMARCH y) (1B7CAM)O&IWM0NN0VAW\O > ffipjy/ H 'MATA HAM" /m >%^'UY1NG Robert Montgomerv -LOVERS COURAGEOUS" MADGE EVANS - ISOUNDYOUNG ^rMANDEUtTSc ACAPlTOL T^fATAfc.NA Blvr . fiL* (\UTK~CHATT£f\TON *. > ' fomcPtPiQw RKO Vaudeville LAST 3 DAYS daphne pollard On the Screen ANN HARDING In •PRESTIGE" RKO l’athr N>»« NEXT SATIRDAY AMUSEMENTS. National \v$& Nights, *1.00 to (4.40 Mat Today & Sat. at 2:20 MAX GORDON Prsssntj FREDawADEIE FRANK HELEN ASTAIRE MORGAN BRODERICK tit BAND WACOM MOST PERFECT MUSICAL REVUE EVER STAGED Next Sunday Night at 9. Seati Selling CHARLES DILLINGHAM announces An Informal Visit with MAURICE CHEVALIER IN PERSON in which the famous Idol of the < Parisian Boulevards will sin* his I songs in French and in English Asiisted by JACQUES MARIO FRAY A BRAGGIOTTI and their Modern PianoJogue Entertainment Orch., $3.00; Bal . $2.50. $2.00 A $1.80 2d Bal.. $1.00 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Matinee and Wednesday Nirbt. Feb. 8, 9 10 Seats Tomorrow WALTER HAMPDEN IN EDMOND ROSTAND S HEROIC COMEDY “CYRANO de BERGERAC" Mail orders accepted. Orcb.. $3; Bal.. <2.SO, $2 and <1.50; 2d Bal., $1. WARNER BROS. THEATRES TWO KINDS OF WOMEN A Par am . . :t P.c.j-e With MIR ■ AM HOPKINS PHILLIPS HOLMES WYNNE GIBSON —On Stage— JANS and WHALEN 3—Other Acts—3 I STARTS SATURDAY Leap Year Frolic JAMES CAGNEY in “TAXI” Last 2 Days Thrill Week! 1 SHi.iLCCi. i.CLMES “SPECKLED BAND’ TULANE VS. SO CALIF STARTSFRIDAY The Menacing Allure of the ‘ Other Women'' HUSBANDS HOLIDAY with Clive Brook Vivienne Osborne Charles Ruggles ffijAsu pmS —STARTING FRIDAY— EDNA HERBERT BEST in MARSHALL From the Stage Success of A. A, MILNE The Community Institute Presents England’s Distinguished Statesman WINSTON CHURCHILL in a Lecture Entitled “The World Economic Crisis” Constitution Hall. Fri., Feb. 12. at 8:15 P.M. SEATS NOW: T. Arthur Smith Bureau. A. A. A.. Willard Ticket Bureau, and _Franklin School Bldg. Nat. 1SIHK ARTS CLUB WILLARD FEB-8 Direct From His New York Triumph THE SEASON’S SENSATION VICENTE ESCUDERO Gypsy Dancer of Spain With His Ensemble NATIONAL THEATRE Tues.. Feb. 16. 4:10 P.M. SEATS NOW: Regular prices. 50c to $3. Talbert Ticket Bureau, in Willard. & A. A. A. Mail Orders: National Theatre Box Office GAYETY-BURLESK Look at These Favorites “GYPSY" RAE REED GERTRUDE REED AND LEE HICKMAN _AMUSEMENTS.__ Tbur». A Saturday At 2:30. 50c-$1.50 5th Play Prof. Player* 2d Sob. Season. SIDNEY PHILLIPS and HARLAN THOMPSON present “Blessed Event” A New Comedy bv MANTEL SEFF and FORREST WILSON. ROGER PRYOR and 30 others Next Mon. Mail Order* Now. Seats Thurs. Eves. 50c to *3.041: ‘itirs. Mat. 50e to *2.04>: Sat. Mat. t- r2.50. STONE wrt* PAULA STOMf Albertina Rasch Dancers Roy Lotti Billy Royston Loder Taylor 75-Glorious Ensemble- 75 FRITZ REINER. f ondortine VLADIMIR HOROWITZ, Soloist. FEB 9, 8:45 ConZTloB Tickets. 93.25, $3. $2.75, *2. $1.50. $1. T. Arthur Smith. 1330 G st.. in Homer I.. Kitt’s. s Doors close 8; 45 until intermission. LAST 2 DAYS IN PERSON J Jam's Dunn WB DYNAMIC SCREEN (J *T*R rZane Grey’s ‘Rainbow Trail FANCHO.N A MARCO S “CIRCUS DAYS” JOHN CHARLES THOMAS Baritone, Chicago Opera Constiution Hall.. Sat. Eve.. Feb. 19, 8.30 Tickets Mrs. Wilvon-Greene s Bureau, Droop's, 1300 G st.; Dist. 6493. ROSA ~ PONSELLE Constitution Hall. Wed.. Feb. 1*. 4.30. Seats Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Bureau. Droop's. 1300 G st.: Dist. 6493. CHILDREN S CONCERT By the NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF WASHINGTON. D. C. HANS K1NDLER, Conductor Central Hish School, 13th and Clifton Sts. Saturday Morning. Feb. 6. 11 o’clock. Tickets, 50c Now on sale Mrs Wilson-Greene’s Bureau, Droop’s. 1300 G st.: Dist. 6493_ FAIRLAWN ^?ARY Sb!A'aN ' in' “THE RUNAROUND" Warner Bros. AMBASSADOR coTlrU JOAN CRAWFORD A CLARK _GAELE. "POSSESSED _ Warner Bros.' _ APOLLO 621 B SL N E BERT WHEELER & ROBERT WOOL SEY. PEACH O RENO." S. 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' Perfect SoundU ARCADE KOCKVrLLE- ,5C and ~ friends and lovers_ BETHFSDA. MD. MAIL Home of Western-Electric Sound RUTH CHATTERTON in ONCE A LADY. Comedy. DUMBARTON and JACKIE COOPER in THE CHAMP Comedy. PRINCESS “SAW* „A J'SSuf aRfAfLaPiHr f;RAddfd 'shoU Subjects.___. .rrn SILVFR SPRING. MD.. lac & 25c SECO RUTH CHATTERTON. • ONCE A LADY."_—— a. a |/a|i i 4th and Butternut Sts. TAKOMA No Parkinr Troubles. BORIS KARLOFF in “FRANKENSTEIN_ ASHTON CLARENDON. VA. JACKIE COOPER & ROBERT COOGAN. ■SOOKY."__ DIRECTION SIDNEY LUST HIPPODROME Double Feature ^Reginald* Denny MBKSS mum MT RAINIER. MD. CAmtU Today-Tomorrow JANET C.AYNOR-CHARLES FARRELL “DELICIOUS” A DT A nr HYATTSVII.I.E. J1D. AKLADL Today-Tomorrow Irene Dunn in "Consolation Marriage ' Richmond Maribn Miller in "Her Majesty. Love/' einri C 2105 Pa. Ave.. Ph. W. 0053 LiKLLF. Home of the Mirror Screen BILL BOYD. DOROTHY SEBASTIAN. WARNER OLAND. ZASU PITTS. "THE BIG GAMBLE " WHEELER & WOOL _SEY, "CLEOPATRA."_. 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