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iTHE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1912.
11 "YANKEE PICE NEXT ATTRACTION AT THE COLUMBIA Tom Lewis Plays Leading Role in Cohan's Musi- cal Comedy. Tom Lewis, with a supporting company of fifty slnglnjr and danclnp; comedians In deorge M. Cohan's musical comedy success, "The Yankee Prince," will open a week's engagement at the Columbia Theater Monday evening. Mr. Lewis, famous the country over as the origi nator and best exponent of many fa miliar slang phiaees, such as "Geo. but you have a mean disposition," and "Twenty-three," both of which, with many others, he used to the enjoyment ,, ui muuBuiius ui uiuaieiKUUio, naa a rule In "The Yankee Prince" which Is con ceded by many critics to be better than his famous role of The Unknown, In "Little Johnnie Jones." "The Yankee Prince" deals with the international marriage question, and in wrltlnc It Mr. Cohan intended to lam poon the efforts of American title hun ters, who seek to gain social prominence by means of marrying their daughters to titled foreigners. As Steve Daly, the Chicago prize-light promoter, Mr. Lewis has one of Tils extremely funny parts, always appear ing with his usual unsteady walk and the uncommon fault of walking off with some one's hat. Finding himself In Lon i don with a letter of Introduction to the j ' King of England, from John L. Sulli van, he proceeds to deliver the letter, and In doing so causes all kinds of trouble to the guards and attendants. .Incidentally he meets Percy Springer, a young Pittsburgh millionaire, who Is endeavoring to elopo with Evelyn Field ing, whoso father Is the social-seeking American. Springer, known In London as "The Yankee Prince," enlists the aid of Daly to put a stop to the marriage of his sweetheart to the Earl of Wey mouth. Incidental to the piece are manv songs and dances of the Cohan esque type. The usual Thursday and Saturday matinees will be given. Chase's next week will be the scene of the noteworthy premier production. In this city. Immediately rollowlnjr Its Immense New York success. Qua Ed wards' Kabaret Kids, In an exhilarat ing act entitled "A Kabaret In Kid land." with Eddie Cantor and Hattle Kneltel leading a "kompanv of twenty klever and komlc kids, In a maze of merrv dances, catchy songs, and lively ensembles. The scenery and costumes are from celebrated New York studios. The extra added attraction will be furnished 2v Eva Taylor and her as sociate farceurs in their sketch, "Just Married," which deals with complica tions arising from the effort of four newly-weds to keep the world and each other from knowing their marital sta tus. The New York Winter Garden fea tures, Lee Perry and George Whlto, "The Smiling Singers of Smiling Songs," will offer a number. A merrv war of words will be started bv James Devlin and Mae Elwood in "The Girl From Yonkers." but the outcome In which the rural maid discomfits the city chap Is happily applauded by the nudienco. Kate Watson. "A Breeze From the West," will have quaint songs and stories which have the truo ring. The Michael Rlchardlni troupe, from Eu rope, will present their handbalanclng feats. Louis M. Granat, the whistler, who was an added feature with Sousa's Band several years ago; the , Animated Weekly, and the pipe-organ tecltals will De last, but not least. "The Thief," Henri Bernstein's mas terpiece, will be the dramatic offering of the Poll Playerg next ee!, when A H. Van Buren will be seen In the role Played for a year In New York by Kyrle Belle w, and Miss Jewel will have the role which made Margaret Illington a star. "The Thief" Is generally acknowledged as the most successful French play ever brought to this country by the Froh inan'a. It Introduced Bernstein to the American public and started the vogue of his subsequent plas "Israel," "Samson," "The Whirlwind," and "The Attack." The story told In "The Thief is one of absorbing Interest, appealing es pecially to women, for a woman can best appreciate the motive which actu ates beautiful Mtne. Voysln to go to any length in order to keep herself at tractive In the eyes of the husband whom she adores, for unllko many French plavs, the wife in this case Is devoted to M. Vojsln and cares nothing for the young man who Is passionately ' fond of her, and who assumes the guilt of Mme. Voysln's thievery In his .wlll tifiiebH to be of service to her. The play will present exceptional act- )ortunltles for both Miss Jewel and Mr. Van Buren. The time is modern and the locale Paris, so that Miss Jewel's wardrobe will be an effective feature of the week. Box office predictions Indicate that the engagement of Eugene Blair In Alexandre Bisson'u famous drama of human Interest, "Madame X," which will be the attraction at the Academy next week. Miss Blair has many admirers In this city, who remember well her excellent work In "Zaza" and "The Test." As far as the play Itself, there Is hardly a theater goer, either In this country or abroad, who has not seen or read of It. It Is without doubt the greatest dra matic offering the stage has presented in many years. The moial taught In Its unfolding Is thought of for many a day after witnessing It. Miss Blair has been surrounded by a capable company of well-known players and the entire production Is Identical with that seen during Its long runs In New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Chicago. ' The engagement Includes matinees on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. "The Merry Whirl," with Its famous f "silk stocking" chorus of forty and Its stellar chalk-faro comedians, Mootf and Smith, comes to the Gayety next week. This Is the Gordon & North amusement, which has had two all summer runs In New York and Chicago, and Is the onlv burlesque show which was ever moved from its own burleeque home In New York to one of the $2 theaters, on Broadway, and made good as a high-price amusement. Frank F. Moore and Thomas F. Smith will again be seen In their comical characteriza tions of the Clock and the Snowman. Two of the biggest dance specialties with the "Merry Whirl" this season are Moore and Smith's famous "Bear Cat" number, and the bisque baby ballet. ' Among the twenty song hits are "Lead Me to That Beautiful Band," "Havnna Bay," "Ring the Wedding Bells," "Plav, Play, Platf," "Tho Man With the Money," and "When You Waltz With Me." "The Gay Widows," which begins a week's engagement starting with a Monday matinee performance at tho Lyceum Monday next, is an attraction which warrants more than passing men a chorus of well trained voli-es, musical absurdities, entirely new throughout, and has been sent on the road with magnificent mountings, a company of uniform excellence, and elaborate scenic Investiture. The musical portion of the show con tains no less than twelve numbers, aside from those sung by the principals, also ft chorus of well tiatned voices, musical and tuneful; Mllo SUlbers. comedienne and Operatic vocalist, enacts the stellar role As a special feature the Five Alar- ANACOSTIANS ASK EXTENSION OF LINE Citizens' Association Proposes to Endeavor to Have Cap ital Traction Company Carry Service into Suburb In Order to Improve Conditions. TVABHINpTON T1ME8 BUHEAU, ANACOSTIA, D. C, SEPT. 12. The Anacostla Citizens' Association proposes the extension of tho line of the Capital Tracllon Company to this suburb as a remedy for what the as sociation represents as the inadequate stioet car service now in effect. Tho route for the proposed extension will be determined by a committee from the as sociation. This committee will first call upon the maangers of the Capital Traction Company and explain to them the advantages that would follow from tho extension of their line to AnacoBtla, T&o citizens will be satisfied with the Anacostla bridge route or one over the Pennsylvania avenue bridge at Twining City and the utilization of Minnesota avenue In making the loop. Decision to appeal to the Capital Trac tion Company to assist In solving Ana costla's street car problem came after a debate at the meeting of the citizens' association last evening. As members told of tho servlco in effect on the line of tho Washington Railway and Elec tric Company, describing headway be tween tho cars of from fourteen to twenty-nine minutes, bitter criticism' was made of tho present Bystem. In the opinion of President Charles R. Burr, Maurice Otterback, William J. Latimer, and James J. Glennan, as ex pressed In the discussion, the service Is the worst given In years. It was held to be seriously detrimental to Anacostla to permit tho present conditions to con tinue. On motion of Mr. Otterback, a committee of ten to carry forward plans for the extension of the road of the Capital Traction Company will bo named after conference with John F. Earnshaw, the chairman of tho railroad committee. Rivalry May Hurt. How rivalry between two towns Ana costla und Congress Heights to obtain an all-night street car service may re sult In eliminating the chances of either one for such service was the substancu of a report by President Charlos R. Burr. The president told of the efforts for an all-night car service for Ana costla. Business people have written to the District Railway Commission, pe titions huve been forwarded, and a representative of the commission has been in Anacostla Investigating. Now, continued President Burr, tho people In Congress HelghtB come forward and re quest an all-night service. Owing to the aversion of the District Railway Commission to order an all-night serv ice for the suburbs. It is feared, said Mr. Burr, that tho demand of tho Con gress Heights residents will Interfere with the prospects that Anacostla will be granted the service. Therefore, he pointed out, all efforts will be directed now toward making tho governing body In tho situation view Anacostla not as a suburb, but as a part of fhe city. He declared the chances are wood that the service will bo ordered for this town. The chances for tho Congress Heights people In the same direction are not good, It was thought. The question of who Is going to caro for Anacostla's town flag and Us big staff came up again, and It was ex plained how the association had voted some time ago to transfer this duty to John A. Logan Post, No. 13, G. A. R. Subsequent developments were that Logan Post, through Commander A. B. Frlsbie, wrote to the association,' stating that no funds are available for tho pur pose. The question arose then as to tho disposition to be mado of tho town Hug and the pole, which stand In Logan Park. Up to Presid .. Several expressed the view that a cus todian should be appointed by the as sociation for safeguarding pole and flag. cons present a novel, high-grade act, which Is new to patrons of buuesque, and Is said to be the highest salaried act of Its kind In the vaudeville field. John C Hart, popular comedian, heads the "male contingent of the organiza tion. Two new burlesques will be pre sented, 'A Night In a Cabaret" and -The General's Wife;" James Dalley, comedian excentrlquo; Joe Taylor, char acter comedian; Rltter and Foster, comedy sketch artists; Taylor and Her bert, singing and dancing duo, are also with th" company, and twenty capable chorus people. Tho Tendof Troupe of ten sensational native Arabian acrobats. In thrilling feats, including dancing, tumbling, pyra mids, and gun evolutions, with native music, wjll be the headline feature at the Cosmos Theater next week. Tho act comes direct from Morocco and Its appearance at the Cosmos twill be Us first In America. It Is 'heralded as a re maikable combination of strength, skill, and daring. Rand's musical and comedy dogs, billed as "the cutest little animal nov elty on the circuit," will furnish de light for the children. Tho Austell Four will appear In a combination offering of music, dancing, and comedy. Gertrude Dudley and company Is promised In a new singing sketch full of song hits and James G. Dunbar, minstrel come dian, with the Patho weekly pictures of world events heading the film feat ures, will complete the bill. m m Allen Bachrnch and A. Julian Bry lawskl, the latter manager of the Cos mos Theater, have taken over the Casi no Theater and will conduct It hence forth as "a home of refined vaudeville" at prices which formerly prevailed at the house, giving performances In the afternon and evenings, which, they an nounce, shall Include clean, bright, en joyable acts, chosen from the better class of vaudeville offerings. Special consldei ltlon will be given women and children at all times. Announcement of the attractions for CASCARETS TONIGHT! IF BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED, HEADACHY AND SICK Turn the rascals the headache, bil iousness, Indigestion, constipation, the sick, sour stomach and foul gases turn them out tonight with Cascarets Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and tfcen and never know the mlserv caused by a laay liver, ciojgcd ttowels or an upset stom ach. Don't put in another dav of distress wake up refreshed and feel line Let Cascarets cleanse and sweeten your stomach, remove the sour, undigested CANDY AlW 10 CENT BOXES-ANY DRUG STORE f BfmfcB' ALSO 25 tcSO CENT BO'.Srmmj Finally tho. vexations matter was placed with President Burr for such action as he deems wise. That Logon Park Is about to be Im proved on an extensive scale aftor plans prepared by Col. W. C. Langfltt, engi neer officer In charge of buildings and grounds, was tho pleasing news an nounced by Maurice. Otterback. Tho plans show an artistic and handsome scheme of beautltlcatlon, Mr. Otterback said. The reading of the report of tho execu tive committee committed the associa tion to urge for Inclusion by tho Com missioners In their forthcoming budget for tho District to Congress tho follow ing Items of local interest: The paving; and' widening of Nichols avenue; the erection of arc lights therein; the plac ing underground of tho trolley wires of th,e Washington Railway and Electric. Company between tho new brldgo and Talburtt street, to bo undertaken tin connection with the improving of the highway. Want Underground Wires. President Burr stated ho will form wl,th Maurice Otterback a citizens' com mittee to call upon Colonel J.udson, En gineer Commissioner, n a few days to urge him to order the railway company to Install Its wires underground. Tho fill on the southern Bide of the Ana costla bridge has settled cntlrely.i It was said, and there Is no reason why the work cannot be done, as the law provides for Its consummation when it Is held by the Commissioners that the ground is In proper condition. How the express companies doing business In the city have changed their attitude toward Anacostla. having be gun a system of house to house collec tion and delivery, following the fight made by tho Citizens' Association for this service before tho Interstate Com merce Commission, was described hy President Burr. The citizens heard the report with evidences of extreme grati fication. It was stated that the sys tem Is now in fore'e, having been mado effective last Monday. CemcJt Sidewalks. , Cement sidewalks are to be laid on W street, between Nichols avenue and Railroad avenue, and on the south side of Good Hope road, between Min nesota avenue and Seventeenth street. Other Improvements asked for bv the association of tho kind named will, the Commissioners reported, be listed soon. These include granolithic sidewalks on the south side of Good Hope road from Nichols avenue to Thirteenth street; on both Bides of Nichols avenue from V to W street; on the south side of W street from Fourteenth to Fifteenth street. On motion of Mr. Otterback the Com missioners were asked to have the new typo of iron tree box furnished In Ana costla wnen trees arc pianieu nwreancr. Charles Graff complained that the syca more trees In Minnesota avenue are of a poor variety. He recommended that no moro be planted. Citizens admitted to membership were Frederick Fletcher, Joseph W. Specht James A. Severn, und Edgar R. Balder Bton. Secretary Albert E. Beck presented his resignation, tendered on account ot press of business In other directions. It was accepted with regret. The position was held open until the October meet ing of the association. As the lllllng In bv the District cast of tho Anacostla bridge is proceeding rnpldly. Maurice Otterback suggested that the Commissioners be usked to extend the big sewer at that point to the bulkhead lines, hh Is being done with other sewers west of tho bridge. This will be requested from thti mu nlclpal authorities. Satisfactory prog ress on the reclamation of t,he Anacos tla flats west of tho bridge was noted by Mr. Otterback. next week will be made through the Sunday newspapers. On Monday afternoon next the Belasco Theater will Inaugurate the new theatrical season with the Paul J. Jtalnev African Hunt motion pic tures. The engagement will be for two weeks, with matinees dally. Mr. Rainey's recent hunting trip to Africa, the exciting Incidents which marked his search for the wild beasts of the jungle Into their very haunts, the trophies, Including many llvo specimens of the fauna of the Equa torial regions which he brought back, is a story that has already been given to the public, There Is no nature faking In the motion pictures of the chase of the big game animals, nelth cr Is there any posing. The lion Is shown trailed to his lair by the Amer ican dogs which accompanied the party. The king of the forest Is run to earth and actually.kllled by train ed Mississippi bear hounds. Among tho most Interesting views which will be shown Is that of the animals at the water-hole. The water hole, within ten degrees of the Equa tor, furnishes water to the jylld beasts which makp 'their way to It for miles and miles around, during a long spell of drought. Pictures of the expedition. Including the small army of natives which accompanied the party .the thrilling events of the chase, the escapes of the photograph ers In their quest for something out of the ordinary, will be Bhown In the pictures which are pronounced a val uable and educational addition to natural science. In conformity with arrangements heretofore made, the Rodler electric scoreboard will be placed In operation on the stage of the Columbia Theater Sunday afternoon to reproduce the vari ous plays In the game between the Washington and Detroit teams In the last named city. Although a uniform rate of 25 cents for all seats in the house has been adopted, coupons will be Issued as heretofore, and reservations are already being made at the box office of the theater. and fermenting food and that misery making1 gas; take the excess bile from your liver and carry oft the decom posed woste matter and constipation poison from tho bowels. Then you will feel great. A Cascaiet tonight jvlll stralghton you out by morning a 10-cent box ktps voi'r head -Itar stomach sweet liver and bowels regular and you feel cheerful and bully for months. Don't forget the children their little ln sides need a good, gentle cleansing, too. " CATHARTIC CUMMINS TO STUDY TRUSTS IN EUROPE AFTER ELECTION Will Make Fight to Help Roosevelt Carry Iowa In November. Senator Cummins of Iowa, ono of the leading members of tho Senate Com mittee on Interstato Commerce, will go to Europo after the election to Btudy the trust question. Tho visit of Senator Cummins will bo of importance In view of tho fact that he initiated the investigation which is still pending before tho com mittee Into tho question of further leg islation to control tho trusts and cor porations. A report recently wont the rounds that Senator Cummins would go to Europo ostensibly to study the trust question, but really to evado the troubles of the campaign prior to the election, i Senator Cummins, however, has let it POCKET BOOK DIRECTORY CONTAINING FULL DESCRIPTION OF Washington sMostPopular Apartments Address THE ASHLEY THE ALAMO 1223 12th St. N. W. VERONICA 13th and D Sts. S. W. THE CLIFTON 1323 Clifton St. N. W. THE HOFFMAN 1332 Dclmont St. IV. W. THE WILTON 1031 17th St. N. TV. THETtESTER 3132 P St. Nl W. THE WALLRAFF 3025 lBth St. N. W. THE INGLESIDE 1A57 Lnmont St. N. TV. THE ALTON 2031 P St. N. TV. THE TRUXTON 2031 P St. N. TV. THE BALTIMORE 1832 Itlltmorc at. THE BERKSHIRE 1412 Chapln St. THE ALZARAD0 70 Ithode Ialnnd Ave. . TV. BENEDICK 180-10 K St. N. TV. THE VAN CORTLANDT 1117 Ilrlmont St. X. TV. THE C0L0NADE 1822 U St. N. TV. THE LENMAN B2 Uuincy ht. N. TV. THE NANSEM0ND 22nd and N Sta. N. TV. THE C0BLENTZ V- Capitol St. anil Florida Ave. THE DAMARISCOTTA 018 18th St. N. TV. EXCLUSIVE APARTMENTS Neat To Metropolitan Clnb. THE AVALON 2V27 Adaiua Mill llond. THE CALUMET 3rd A JZ. Cnptol St. THE CHARLOTTE :120 I Street THE OWASCO No, 11 It St. N. E. THE ONEIDA 1-4,7 It St. I. V. THE 0N0NDAG0 II A Kcklngton I'l. THE .ELBERON 1210 Columbia ltoml. The Mammouth Chambers 1100 14th St. N. V. "THE SANTA ROSA" 1712 17th St. N. TV. THE CLIFFB0URNE 1.H55 Culvert St. tk. . be known he will not go prior to the election. He hns no Intention of run nlng away from the troubles of the political situation. He has come out for Roosevelt In Itowa and Intends to make a real fight to carry tho State for the colonel. Morcovei, the strength of tho Roose velt sentiment In Iowa Is such that Senator Cummins and his friends be lieve Roosevelt will win the State. Congressman Patten , 51 Years Old Today This Is the fifty-first birthday of Con gressman Thomas G. Patton, who is serving his flrat term In tho House from the Fifteenth district of New York. He was born September 12, 1SG1, and Is a .graduate of Columbia IXnlvcrslty. After practicing law a few years he entered thy real estate -business, and later be came financially Interested in transpor tation enterprises. He became allied with tho Democratic organization In New York city, ana two years was tno successful nominee of that party for Congress. Congratulations should bo tendered today to Herbert Henrv Asqulth, pre mier of Great Brltnln, who Is celebrat ing his sixtieth birthday; to tho Most Rev. John Joseph Kcane. archbishop of Dubuque, who Is seventy-three vears of age: to Hannls Taylor, tho well-known publicist, who has reached his sixty first year; to the Rev. Francis B. Clark, founder and president of the United So ciety of Christian Endeavor, who also Is sixty-one years old, and to Hon. George H. Perley, who was acting pre mier of Canada during Premier Bor den's visit to England, and who has at tained his fifty-fifth year. No. of Rooms Rent Agent C rooms, reception hall, and bath. 147 SO und W 00. Shannon ft Luchs, Ranting Service. 718 14th it. U. W. 1, S. and E roomi and bath. US. SO to 125.00. H. R. nowemteln, 1314 T it. N. W. Phillips Co., 130 John Manhill pi. Phone M. 44S7. 4 and 5 rooms and bath. $: to 3i. S roomi and bath. M5.B0. nal Eitate 1414 F it 1 rooms bath, and back porch. Real Eitate 1414 P it. 130.00 I3S.E0, tto.CO. Real Estate 1414 T at 4 roomi and bath. I35.W. Real Estate 1414 P it i roomi and bath. IZ7.60. 13:. to. 135.60. and 4 rooms and bath. Real Estate 1414 F at. 1 and I roomi and bath. 113 60. JK.60. 13 60. Real Estate 1414 F it. tM. 130.00. Real Estate 1414 T it 4 room and bath. 6 roomi and bath. Real Estate 1414 F St. tK.00. 3. 4. S-room housekeeping Apartment!. 130.00. $35.00. (40.00. Clara A. nines. The Baltimore. ! rooma cabinet kitchen and bath (18 C3 trooo C2.S0 Karrlck & 1304 1 st. Main 4 and 5 rooma rcc hall' and bath. 130.00 r so. Thoe. H. Melton, Owner, Eleventh and H Sts. 3 and 1 rooms and bath. 142.00. to loOO J. A. Resident :, 3. and E rooms nnd bath. $17.60 to 147 CO. Thomaa J. Fisher 7 rooms, bath and extra toilet. J55M and JttOO. Thuma J, Visiter 3 to E rooma and bath. $38.00 to $35 00. Miller & 23 N t. 4 and E rooms and bath. rial lard & Lanham. Inc., IKt N. T. ate. N. W. to $38 50. 4 and E rooms, bath, reception hall $:soo and $30 00. On the 2, E, S rooms and bath. $37 50 to $45 00. The F. II. Smith 1408 N. Y ave. Main 9 large rooms and bath and 2 rooms and bath, bachelor suites. $175 bachelor $50 00. Apply Manager, Seventeen Twelve H it. E rooms and batli The F. H. Smith Company, 1408 New York avenue. Tel ephone Main G465-l"3.'. $37.50. $35 and $37 50 per month. 4 rooma and bath. J. C. Weedon & Co., 224 E. Capitol at. E rooms and bath. The F. H. Smith Co., 140S New York ave. Phones Main 6465-1232. $3J.50. 5 rooms and bath , $35 00 George Truesdell, 1627 LJncoln road. per month. 4 and E rooms and bath. $30 00 and $35 00 George Truesdell, 1627 Lincoln road. per month. 5 rooms $-4 00 George TruesdeU, 1627 Lincoln road. and US 00 and bath. per monh. S roomi and bath C. TV. Blackwood, 1201 G st N. W. $33.50. $25.00 ta $32.50 per mo. Percy H. Russell. 9th and New York ave. N. 2 to 4 rooma and bath. 1 to 4 roomi and bath. $20 00 to $42(0 per month. W. I PRICE, 1712 17th ( and 6 rooma and bath. $35 00 to $55.00 per month. Progressive Rally. Croomc. Melwood district. Fringe George county. Md., tonight. Several Washing iyii x-ruKrcsives. will attend, iitciui W. A. Hickev and Col. J. B. Clarke. Gas, Sourness and Indigestion Vanish Just as soon as "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact with the Stomach all distress is gone. "Really docs" put bad stomachs in or der "really docs" overcome Indigestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn, and sourness In five minutes that lust tlmtf mnkfi Pape's Diapepsin the largest selling stomach regulator in tho world. If what you eat ferments Into stubborn lumps, you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food and add; head Is dizzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coated; your tnsldes tilled with bile and Indi gestible waste, remember tho moment Diapepsin comes in contact with tho stomach all such distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing almost marvelous, and the joy Is Its harmlessness. A large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia pepsin will give you a hundred dollars' worth of satisfaction or your druggist hands you your money back. It's worth its weight In gold to men and women who can't get their stom achs regulated. It belongs In your nome snouia always De Kept nandy in case of n Blck. sour, unset stomach dur ing tho day or at night. It's the quick est, surest, and most harmless stomach doctor in tno woria. Description Overlooks entire city, walk lt)K dlatance business section. All outside rooms; largo; el evator; free phone; In per- ieci conmuon: open. Centrally located apartment, all Improvement!; good ser vice; and In excellent con dition. Bright, cheerful Apartments; located on car line, heated, flrtt-clacu condition, copd ser vice. Ideal location, overlooklnc the city of Washington. Large and well kept Uwn. Conven ient to : car lines. Trust Co.. N. TV. Southern exposure. Accessible to two car lines. Splendidly kept building. Truit Co., N. TV. Trust Co.. N. TV. Very conenlently located. Good service. One-half block from car line. Centrally located within walk ing distance of shopping and theatre districts. Accessible to two car lines. Unusually Urge rooms and back porches Trust Co.. N. TV. Trust Co., N. W. Just off Sixteenth street. Splendidly kept building. Apartment! llRht and airy. Splendidly located In Mount Pleavunt. Nicely kept build Ins; good Janitor service; all outside rooms. Trust Co., N. TV. Trust Co.. N. TV. Near Dupont Circle; In fash ionable northwest section, all outside rooms. Trust Co.. N. TV. Accessible to car lines. Walk ing distance to thesre and shopping district. Well kep. building. Good service. A quiet home-like place, where nice people can llvo at re "-b!e rates. Extra large rooms can be arranged to appear like 3 rooms and bath apartment. Most reasonable in Wash ington. Metcalt N. W. 9:7. Eery room front; Heat and hot-water; electric lights; tel ephone and telegraph service from building: Janitor. Apart- ...wi.g uyou ipr inspection. Valet snit mnr ..npl.. Carey. Manager. "'". ir-on polishing, all night elevator and teleimono service. swimming pool.ahow era, meal service to apart's. Eai.1i apartment has large and bright rooms Excellent service. Electric elevator. Jear 14th et. car line. & Co.. Inc. Apartments run length of building; all outside rooms; screened porches. Beautifully kept building. Near "U" at. car line A Co , Tno, Kopp, N. E. On two car lines. All out side rooma Telephone, fire proof; good Janitor sen Ice. Convenient location, walking distance downtown. Cheapest apartment in the city for price asked Kront rooms facing Truxton Circle Adjoining both car lines. Heat, hot water. Jani tor. Apartment remodeled to suit. premises. Located in the best residence section; convenient to all cari and all departments, perfectly heated and lighted, no dark rooms, south, expos Company. Telephone 46i - lJ3:. These apartments convenient to all cars, and center of city. All rooms ver large and cheerful Strictly tlrst class service. Convenient to both car lines, large reception halls; excel lent condition. NEW. Gas and electric lights: jan itor service; near two car lines. In desirable section of the northwest, near Dupont Circle Large porches, excellent con dition. Large, bright outside rooms, large closets, electric lights, steam heat; Janitor service. Electric lights; private rear porch; steam heat; Janitor service. Large bright looms, cleseta, electric lights steam heat. Janitor service Near 11th and 14th st. cars. Inexpensive, splendidly ar ranged. Kitchen for house keeping, I'orcheg Suitable for doctor or dentist. South of Thomas circle Suite on street floor (front), steam heat. Occupied by phvslclan for live years. W. Fireproof, steam heated, hot water, telephone, awnings, icieens. all outside looms. Con Apartment S, t. N. W. venient to ull car lines. Fur- nlshed apartments If desired. Overlooking Rock Creek Park 2 car line, elevator, flrcproof, steam heat, Janitor service, front and rear entrance to all apartments AMUSEMENTS PAflCUV Keo.23,:s3&no. NUHUCMI Matannllieata,25o Mat., Tumh Thiirx. and Sat. HARRINGTON REYNOLDS THE ANGELUS KKXT TVKI3K Kueen'le Dlalr In Madame X. night nt 8115 I nllllrailfFlMi M 1 n la1Mwlfnal-nT tlneeaatailo nr. flat. ALH. WILSON The Popular German Dialed Comedian In Ills tittw ftnnc Adorned CVimedv. "It Happened in Potsdam" Orch. $1 $1.50. Bal. 76c Gal. 60c SUNDAY DABEBALL-nodler Booro board. National! vi. Detroit. All seats 55c. NEXT week Seats Now Selling I l.se to sec. TOM LEWIS TVIth half a hundred clever playera. , In Geo. M. Cokan'a Maslcal Play, The Yankee Prince I MATINEE EWEy DW EXCEPT MONDfly ALL BEHT8 Ztti EVERY NICMT E5-30 art The Thrilling Drama of the Xorthweat Pierre of The Plains M3XT .TVCEK THIS THIEF POLITE VAUDEVlllEE Dally Mats.. 25 & 50c. Kvei.. 25 50 & 75c. America's Cheeriest Comedienne. STEIXA MAYHEW and BIIXEE TAYLOR After a Year at N.T. Winter Garden. DAVE QENAnO & HAY UA1LEY in "LA DANSE FLIRTATION," etc. W. 8. Dickinson. Apollo Trio. Wln sor McKay. Una Clayton & Co. Clemcnro Bros. Animated Weekly. Grand Pipe OrRan Iteeltala. NEXT WEEK-CUB EDWARDS' "KID KAUAnBT."20 Klever Komlci. Eva Taylor & Co.. etc Seat! Today. C3-AYBTT Tito Per'ormancea Dally 'by BILLY W. WATSON and THE GIRL FROM HAPPYLAND 'The Fastest Show In Burlesque Next Week "TUB MERRY WHIRL." NEW LYCEUM "ukE Cherry Blossoms With Tno 111k Laughing Ourleaquern Introducing Till: EGYPTIAN ENCHANTRESS CLEOPATRI NEXT WEEK The Gay Widows Sc CASINO -f Undtsr New Management 4 Complete'Sbws Daily slSis Ti A TvIflTNfl ASSEMBLY DANCES. AXiil J J.X1 UT EVERY SAT. EVE Nat'l Rlflei' Armory. Continuous dancing S-12. RFI BCfinIlc::l',u'c Monda, UI.LHUMM, Dally ZtlSiEvH. Sil5 PAUL J. RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT Mont Marteloua Motion Pictures Ei el- Tnkcu. Four Montlia on Ilronilwnj. Seats Nov Sclllnp;. EXCURSIONS Pleasure Trips TO OLD POINT COMFORT AND CHAMBERUN HOTEL Special Week-End Tickets In cluding: Stateroom and Hotel Ac- commodationn. Sat. to Mon T.."Sn Fri. to Mon. or Sat. to Tue. U.M) Fri. to Tues. or Sat. to Wed. 15.30 BATTLESHIP FLEET IN HAMPTON ROADS MODERN j-AtACB STEAMERS L City Ticket Office, 731 115th St. N. TV. Woodward Iluildiner. Norfolk fc WnslilnKton Steamboat Company. STEAMER CHARLES MAC ALES TE,. Two trips dally except Sunday to MOUNT VERNON Leaving Seventh Street Wharf at 10 a m. and 2.30 p. m. Round trip to sate, 50c Great Falls Dancing. Picnicking, Amusements Cars Leave 36th & M Sts. N.W. CONCERT EVERY EVENINO AT C HEVY CHASE LAKE By La'i-Ee Section U. S. Marine Band UEURYGO.ROUND AND Ul'UU NEW FEATURES. BANCI&G ADMISSION FIIKE. SUMMER RESORTS Atlantic City. fflJarlborougb-filenMm ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Jostala Wlalte & Sons Company. THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE will do well to consult dally the numer ous and unusual bargains offered In Tho Times "For Bale Miscellaneous" Col umns on the Want Ad pages.