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THE WASHINGTON TMES. FRIDAY: )LV 15; 1914.
AZINE PAGES FOR EVERYBODY - DAILY THE BEST Photoplay Department in WASHINGTON hibitors Interest Lies in Support To Federal Censorship " sentlemen who aie trjlng to jade Congress to enact tho nn- al movin- picture censorship law to be going about it in a -way stlra tne wrath of the manu rers and exhibitors of films and not seem to be hitting at the real r s of the business. If the film "csentatives would keep silent 10 let such complaints as hav f made to the committee stand, r i- is not much chanco that a bill -Id be forced through Congress. up bitter attaCKs that have been adc however, will bring the mat mto publlr notice, and Congress bo forced to take some action, lhp facts are that tho danger of r rnoving picture to the morals of ommunity does not lie in the con ?rdl immoral picture The min f ivho appeared before the coni 'ec Tuesday and made a long ai- jment against the showing of white slave" films -went far out of o way to cite examples. Th5 r-uta.ble exhibitor is not showing ns of this kind and the reputable anufacturer s not turning them t One of tho representatives of film people present at the hear S made the statement that the Jllc was its own censor that it mid not go to see films that were a low. Immoral type. He was -fectly right so far as a part of adult public is concerned. But was far from right witli regard children for whose benefit the nsorship laws are mostly intended i danger to the child does not lie the "white slave" pictures, how cr. The child does not understand em. The child has not learned ough of the facts of life for such tures to harm it. But there is a large cJass o.' pie ces that do gTcat harm. It is tlili ass of pictures that a national ard of censorship is designed to do av with. No set of people will bo ppier to have thorn done away th than tho reputabio exhibitors. hesn are the cheap films, the films ios producers deprived some farm excellent hay makers when they p"t into the business of making" -tures. whose actors robbed cec d rat hotels of excellent c-ham-rnalds and bell boys when they -ted act'ng and whose camera i put a crunp in th tintype trade en they traded their traveling hotographtng outflt3 for second vi moving picture machinrs. The o-iucers of this land of film -sll ir output "features" and their nnlo object m malting thorn is to 11 four to six rpels with an assort ment of crime and suffering not to produce a story of any consequence. They advertise these "features" In Saphc 10 (Mutual) Featuring Florence Roberts. FANNr LEG-RAND was picked out of the gutter by Caoudal, the sculptor who used her as a model for his famous otue Sapho the creation which ade him, as a sculptor. For some "ionths or years the time does not latter she was faithful to him Vir life was idyllic Then Caoudal ' her. Finally after manv years i Jean Gaussln.'and vlth their s meeting the storv reall- v gins. f attracted him. To her. In v. is Mi personified Th" le't Ixrh 'e s 'n the early morning nfal'i d hc admitted some fatigue. the night's dancing and ho "led her up the four flight b of ws to his own quarters That imb pitomized tho entire nieigmg f their lives .At the first tl'ght -a'n proud of his omh ingtli r jworc bhe was as light a a'ber At the top. hli htarl f--cmeiI )urt ng. his lungi suflocatiiic. and "ie burden he bore one of stone r ead She left him after two dav resently. she received him in Iir "us and while they were lireaK istmg on the terrace. Flamant the engraver came begging her to rtturn o him The not be of the v ulgar vouabble penetrated to the terrace Jid spoiled Jean's breakfast. But e romes back. After another quar el he goes away, and she is again vproached by Klamant. who wants r to marrv Jean returns and asks to go with him to Peru She w .sftts. at first, but afterward de allms and marries Flamant Sonny Jim at the North Pole (VitaKraph) DADDY JIM loses his collar button, which is found later b Sonny, sticking in the end of the collar father had argr y ripped olf The oat-meal h s burnt to Daddy and he pushes awav from him. Sonny feeds his vhep. the dog. and gets a severe c o 'g All of which gets Daddy o l a temper, that when Sonnv d the dog and smashi a - 'aher tells him if it ii it-ae-a ne vill have to give .', p v Sorny decides that Dadov doesn t love h.m and Shep an ior and that they will run away and c-nd the North Pole mcntmi.ed n the newspaper that morning abrut which Daddy had told him Bundling up well, taking his sled a small flag, hammer, and naiN Sonny sallies forth with his dog tfhep wading through the deep enow lie asks his way of several pcoph e meets, but thry all laugh lie onies to a railroad crossing jn-' pe'ow whleh ties have br.n thrown a ross the track by some lalorers, ho plan to wreck the "xprf" m eng' for being discharged h ir foreman Somn 1.- mti lired ow and begins to ci v Suddenlv he ves a polo with a sign on it i nd 'g Northold. Five Miles ' Tli'nk lag he has found the North Pole. he tacks the flag on it so that it flutters toward the track. Sonny is missed and his mother calls up his I GREEK PAGEANT DRAMA REHEARSALS All Groups, To-Mcht at 8 t p,i;.ni t.Rlll M)V nth nud t. IN CASE OF RAIN AT HEADQUARTERS Headquarter, 1317 H Street. PHOTOPLAYS AND PHOTOPLAYERS By GARDNER aBaaBaaBaaVaKi .J- -.'? ataataataataataataataataataata. QKLatat w BntantantantantantantantantantaS! DaWBnvavavavavavanvavavav7lfra EA-JaTiata.aTavavavavavavavavavavavavalBnvavavK '' v-" w -: ;lKF2!B9iHHHMNIHHHillB BnaaTB . x .aaaaar LaW J. LITTLE BOBBIE CONNELLY, The Star of "Sonny Jim," at the Rhode Island Today. bold black type and sell them so cheaply that the proprietor of the small 5-cent theater feels he can afford to buv thrn and give his patrons a treat. Tho stories aro nil. tho acting is not even good enough to bo called amateurisli and tho photography it simply vile. The best projection expert in the world could not put them on the screen without seriously injuring tho eyo of tho people who Fie them These aro the films that are causing .ill tho cen sorship troubl". And the appoint ment of a Stale or city cnsortfilp board resulting from tho outer. against them leads to tronblo with tho legitimate manufacturer. The protest the film men are mak ing ngalnst the national cnsorsnlp board, seems rather ill advise!. They base it on constitutional right-or rather that has bcn urged bv -eral of them. They claim privlter under the constitutional guarntc of froe speech and press. This is very foolish. Tho mattr of censor ing public exhibitions has been al ready carried into court and the right of communities to establish such censorships has been definitely and fully established. Therefore it is rather foolish to make any such father, who Is in an adjoining town. He barely catches tho express, which is soon speeding on toward the barrier of destruction. The en gineer sees the flag and stops the train. The train crow go forward to investigate and find the ties on tho track and Sonny fast asleep in the snow. Some of the passengers have come up. among them Daddy Jim. who says. "Thank God," and Sonnv sleepily says. "I found the North Pole, addy." Aurora of the North (Rex) TITH storv opens when i partv of Indian trippers bring tho news to the fur trader that a htrangor. a white man hnntirg in their terrltorv. Soon afterward tho stringer, unaware that ho is transgressing the tradi tional rights of tho trader, is cap tured and brought to tho po-n Au rora, the trader's mothrrle'H dnugh ter. has been raised to woman!" .( at the post and has osso i iSe,. ij few people other tnan r-'j--k n- vt her first meeting with the stranger f-ho is deeplv impressed. Their a" qaintanee soon ripens Into lovo. The trader docs not know exaetlv what to do with the poacher, and to holds him at tho post. Actress Badly Injured By a Photoplay Volcano Y3..1.1 ir i ... .iiiiu jiiirivcy, one 01 irw ifiangi ladies of the New York Motion Put-i- J Corporation, who was badly injure during the taking of the five-reel pie ture. "The "n rath of th.; Gods." is ik.a on th toad to ierove- , A ir f i m prtUi'ioiib picture j!n'. t'. d.-i ., I tion of a. Jninrse vi!l.o liv ..i.t,.. and fire Gre..t lakes, or ii fail fn.inl a volcano, and th..-' Inntnl !! lava i made of (julphur and dinh fire. In this destruction of the village Mi-s Markev 1 pinned under mat .n had ben arranged for during the ,. hearsa!" A.s tho tiro and t.ulpliur Mnoke surrounded hei she -n-j., com pelled to inhale the fumes, and was nearly a"-ph x'ated rt v-as feared ror a time that .-h,. v oulri noi leeo-er. h a as has limn ---iid prr I Hi"-, o 's notv on Ihe rt ! to -, o er Beautify the Complexion IN' Ti.N Ii VS Nadinola CREAM TTir I nrqiiallcil rirautlfler I'PI I) NI) PA'. DORhKD UY THOUSANH3 Guaranteed to re move tan, freckles, 1 r pi' - liver spot'. et I.xtrtrrie eases I about twenty davs. Hide pot- and tis ics of lmpm U1e Leaves the sk n il'.u. soft, hejlthy Two sizes. DOc and Jl Ou By toilot counters or mall aatio.n.ai, 'lon.irr lOJirA.'tt, I Paris. Tenn. MATTRESSES AND BOX SPRINGS D:".,'-,", ci & XVf"",' rrrt t I M r Kte, e llu Old IVathrr 5llti' I 'I t t- Nmi'i . t Capitol Bedding Co., 1241 7th Street N. W. MACK. plea. It seems to us that the Fed eral censorship will solve a lot of the manufacturers' and exhibitors' problems. It will centralize the cen sorslup. The Federal board will issue a license and with this license the lilm can ho shown anywhere. The existence of the Federal board will stop tho appointment of local boards or will hae that tendene. Tho question before the manufac luiers and exhibitors is not one of censorship but a multiplication of censorships. Th theory of censor ship iiav bo bad. It rn;iv be a re fection n the capacity of the indi vidual to choose what is bst for l"m nut it isn't a theory that we--c railed upon to deal with. The raniifarturcrs and exhibitors nie fared with a positive (situation. On nhship i- nn cstablishel fact, and nil the fighting in tne world will not llsestabllsn it. The Fitnatlon now is to cct out of the .litTirulty with tho leist harm. An'I to ih that It eei tamly seems that a singlo central ct nsorship j-j far better than the e.stab'Isnuient of hundreds of little boards throughout th.-! country. It seems to us. therefore that it in to the interest of tho exhibitors and. manufacturers to get tho bill now Leforo Congress passed. G. M. Countess Veschi's Jewels (Vita graph) BECAUSE of an early friend ship with his father, Mr. Eoper invites young Tlsdale. one of his clerks, to his home. At dinner he meets Ruth, Mr Soper's niece. They aro imme diately attracted to each other, much to Mrs. Soper'3 annoyance. T.nter despairing of ever receiving .mother invitation. Tisdale pawns hi i full dre&.s t,uit to pay his room rent and wh'n ho receives another invitation to i-pend the wcek-erd at tao Soper .s country liomo ho decider to wire Id.s regrt- In the tclesrapli otficu he ovcrlnars a Mr Hovvdln tder his sU't i aso nent to tho Pcnn .vivaiiia railroad station. A daring plan oeurs to lnm. JIo win horror1 Hi- buit case, sijppo-tng it to ron t in a dress suit Giving Itowdin's name, Tisdale gets It and hoards tho tiain for the Soper Kowdin. dis roveilng the ir-- of r.ls Milt use, is furious, but determines to make his it Minatlon. hastily boards the paino tiain and car as THcrile. Thry both I lev" to be KUrsth ot thc-Sopers. la n at last Tisdalo opens tile iasf h linds a complete burglar kit Tis tlalt oares not tell any one openly. ! Vt tly warns the Counters Ves t hi, on'.- of the guests, to put her j v. i Is in the Koper tafe. Sho does vo and is seen by Hovvdln. That mht Tlsdale is unable to sleep, an 1 is attracted by a potse beneath h'- window !! heea a man enter tho floor below and is about to warn t tin ibt when the safe is' blown ' n L a terrific explosion. A dark : . i i ' handy out tho Jewels to hia .i ii den ! s who then disappear. 'litre is teat consternation when l' ml.htrv is divrovered and siih i i Ion as f.mtened upon Tlsdale. The ni t- man lears hJ-t If of su.s j,. on but tht w tv r clots it makes a btries of pictures too interesting I I di ! ribe. Elk Grove Butter -lias the quality, tho flavor, and the vhole somencss that you de mand in butter That's whv it should be served at your tabic. GOLDEN & CO. Wholesalers Only 922-928 La. Ave. TiJ::: THE ONLY Department Representing THE PUBLIC WHAT THEY'RE SHOW ING IN WASHINGTON. TODAY Picture or AVaablDjcton School Children, Lth Hivlnlon, the Ilra plre, II between Mnth and Tenth ttreets northeast. 'Sapho," ''Aurora of the North"' and "Vasco the Yarn aire," the Colonial, 027 Penna)ltanla avenue. "The Old Fire Horse and the Xevr Flra Cnlef," the Favorite, FIrat and II atrreta norlhnrat. "The Strensth of the Weak," the Pickwick, 811 Pennsylvania ave nue. "Shotgun. Jonea, "Sonny Jlnr and "Yarn A-Tanele," the lthod Ialand, Seventh atreet and Ithude Island ,cnne. The Trlumpli f the niBhl,' CrandaU'a. Mnth and 12 atrceta. XTjtII Scott In "The Day of Dajn," the Ylrclnla, Mnth between F anil G atreeta. The Stolen Itcnilirnndl" and "A Fllrt'a Iteprntance." the Apollo, G'.'l II street northeast. "The Other Half of the Note," the (lljniplc. 1-131 I afreet. "ITtp Crealiou,'' the Uelasco, La fayette Squarev, Oarbarona Mexico," the N in Kara, Seventh lietvveen S and II streets. TO.MOmiOW. "WasIiInEjton n Valler Forue," vfltb AVarreu Kerrigan, th A.rollo, 024 II street northenat. Cjrll Scott In "The Day of Days," the Ylrsjlnia, rVlnth between F anil G streets. "Life's Bitter Dregs,' Crsndall's, Ninth and IZ streets. "The Sonc of Solomon,'' the Ithode Island, Seventh street and nhitdr Island avenue. "Countess Yescht's Jewels, the Pickwick, SU1 Pennsylvania ave ne. "Tho Stolen Iterahrandt,' the Fa rorlte, First and H streets north west. Florence Itoatrts In "apho, "A Strenuous Ilonemunn," "tolen Glory" and "The Outlaw's Dauch ter," the Colonial, !2" Pennsyl vania avnue. "The Creation,' the Belasco, La fayette Square. "Barbarous Meile, the Niagara, Seventh hetvrren G and II strretw. Peter Lees Oh, never "try, like Peter Lea. To poa in front of people, please! But go behind them and they'll know You're learned the proper way to go. This Goop u often told about it, And he mail learn, but stffl. I doubt r Don't Be A GoopJ rr Parker, Bridget H? G 0 0 P S ij CELETT BURGESS Values Unequaled at P-B Prices t I 14 A T lc fliA iii--i f ..it l-srs-io' rlanMrimnnl r nn i ij wii (Uiu ui tii uujj uipiJ iiiiuii i, mi. I last, and all the time. It is the rudder by which vc have steered "P-B" Boys' Shop lo (he portion l the most popular boW shop in Washington. With this in icw we oficr: Boys' Suits Over 100 styles of Norio... in tho best sprinp: pattci ns. Finest woolens, both domestic and imported. A special line of Blue Scics for May confirmations. $5 to $15 Boys' Reefers All the ilesiulilo --pinn; styles in .til wool -n farmi'iit-. $3.95 to $10 Boys' Oxfords TKCK Oxfords for little men and boys. Same .styles and leathers as prown-ups. Msoe Ucpartmcnt on I'lrat I'limr. $2.25 to $3.75 Morr t l-a Mtllirdit i; . v. fti&& 'Hie Avenue at uuh Dancing to Improve the Disposition By ELEANOR AMES. TE.MPKK fits do not keep step to dance music Ihe present clan-c madness will icsult In future sa lubrious balance and better cils positions. It will teach contiol. Cor -trol means increase of oer. The time for this mad whirligig of tantfo and ma.i.e and hesitation and one-step lia- a perfectly sane ana :og:cal reason back of it It was needed to relieve the strain of too much seriousness anil to lonB continued nervous tension It let down tho bars of oveirest, and when the first madness lias passed and tne aftci-j-anity lonies the world will be much belter for it At least, that Is the opinion of Mile Daait who lanks ni one of the mos. famous daiiceia of th afce It ii an opinion worthy attention, fo' many of the classical daiicers t.av e onl sneers and words of condemnation foi the modern dances, which, they declare aie neither artistic nor interesting nor provocative of Kood '.'Anj thins which gies men and wom en the oiiportuiuty of i-.iiiilns control of ti.cmselve"! is to be encouraged. " saw Mile. Pazie, whose poise and grace i, the p rfection of harnnny between mind and bod.v. , have chosen not to tesard the i modern dances from an artistic "ir-i point but fiotn the effee t on the1 dancer Nn one can dance at all io less lie or she has control of the bodv. The dancer must understand tho law of J ba'anre and bodily control. Other" i" j the feet will not obey the mind Tho. n-ajortty of the world has lone been in i fitters or seir-consciousness. rne aance is breaking those fetters. "A well balanced head seldom crowns an ill balanced body. "Oversupprcssion has resulted in lack of harmony We have been afraid for fear of being awkward. Tho dance, hns removed that fear. The result will be an improvement In health, beauty, and conduct We are learning to forget ourselves bv dancing. It will xinii 1-c-como a habit, and the balance wl'l be come part of the natuie. 'I know comitarjt voly few dancers who hiiffer from miller the ?iet itc nhli-h means null lat k ' tontiol fit.s five this ,t. the v would bir foillitl.lt on nl ' ' It ! t lll.f I I we hear ni'et is best known . of 'nerves.' but In the world but don't fly into for if they did ii' e which is the ming life. at tho two words tepeatcd in these modem dav- ait and cincicnc-. ami tnev aie annual iiuttrpaitti "Ixirk or one means loss of the other. "The debutante slourh? Don't voji think it Is passing? .Iut an all foolish things pass when tho time comes for them to give waj to something he.tter. It Is a pleasing sign that women aro taking up the question or tho proper posture, for that really means an effort to establish harmonv. And tho more harmonv wo can get into thii wonder ful world the better place It will ba and I... . t M. he moro will bo areotnpiisneo. t p t Jilt Neujparf-r' Feature Service, Inc. Advice to Girls By ANNIE LAURIE. Dear Annie Uiurlo: 1 have received lots of comfort from reading jour advica. Now I ask you to help me. I am a widow for a number of j ears. Recently I met a widower. He says he loves me bettor than nnv woman ho has ever met. and wants to marry at once. He has one girl of twelve years. I don t care for him particularly. What would you do about if TROeinttED. WKI.Tj, Troubled, what aro yon troubled about? You've been a widow for a number of years, and you seem to hava lived through It rather comfortably. Why do ou want to alter your con dition? What's the matter'' Has the landlord raised the rent, or is it the grot erv lull that is bothering you " You seem to think vnu have to marry this mail 'at Olietf Jlim u-raum ii want you in n i'" a niiuviic. . what" . , V bv nni't you alter vniir whole con dition' In llio Jut tt please a man for whom jou k-iv '! dint t rant What would I flu about If Why. 1'1 just tell my frienl the widower, "No. tharnk ynu." and stnd him anil his familv politely about their business. And I would go on quite calm lv attending to mine. That's what I would do. Ctt- t' Copyt. 1014. Newspaper Feature Service. Jno Miss Laurie wilt welcome letters of Inquiry on subjects of feminine Inter est from oung women readers of this r.atier. and will r-p'y to ti-cm in th'o columns. They should be addressed tu ncr, care this office. Co. Outfitters to Men and Hoys $ A Wash Suits All the popular spi'inp: style in dainty fabrics and pattci n--. A special line of While um for May procession?. $1.25 to $6 Boys' Khaki, Crash and Linen Pants Khaki 50c, 75c, $1 Crash & Linen 75c, $1 Ladies' Pahamas An extra line line of Ladies' Genuine Panamas, imported by "P-R." All the latest shapes. $2.95 to $5 Children's Straws A lomplvt' In" "f I'hi'drrn' R.Juph and I'l-ie .Su.iw". The dcsiiable .spnuj: -.'jle-. $1.25 to $4 TIMES BEDTIME STORY laTr Wkt-- ipi,Iv W "laaaWTsaPr,r i: JanTM I . .. s .T',yajsaiaag:SBfcjnpjaMawanK25.y,.Jh. Teecj TOMTABbv IS A HERO. By F. YODER. r it lOM does not look like- a hero in this plceure. In fact, he looks Just as he has always looked. But he navcd the life of Ted Spot, the boy dog at the otl ci end of the table, and kept .Miles Flax from getting a terrible scolding from Grandmother Tabby. ' I do hope that you will bchavo today," said Hiss Flax at the table at luncheon. "Ted Spot is hero to piay with you." Sho smiled at Ted, w ho becamo very embarrassed and looked off In another direction. "I know that HE will not set into any michicf." "Will you Spot?" sSc added pleas antly, but Ted mado no answer and srinDed. "Grandmother Tabby has left, mo to make, preserves, and I cai-not be bothered with you boys." "Must Intake my nap today?" ask ed Tom. "To bo sure, replied Miss 1'iax. "Is not that the very reason that your mother has had you stay v.lth us? Of ail tho kitty j;irls and hoys and puppy and bunny people in Tabbyiand you aro the most trcublesomc. Any one- would think that vou wete a human bclnfr. I thought then when I escaped to Tabbyiand I would bt free from trcublesomc boye. but you are the very worst." She rose suddenly from tne tablo and after sendinc tho two los out to plnv for a while in the ytti. sho mado a Ilsht under the l.'irHe. GrandmothV Tabby had tilled It with the preserves before i-lie. left, nnd Miss Kla.v who was a. o' ns doll pirl just learning to cook. wns to llnlsh them. fcho moved around very precisely and Jerkily, and mumbled all of the diitetions over and over again. "Stir constantly" she took tho long spoon and stood near tho kettlo stirring as fast as she could. ' Let como to a slow boll" this rather w or ried her, for she did not know how hard or how gently the preserves should boll. "Let como to a slow boll." sho mumbled again. "I'vo never 6een but one boll, and that was a ted hump on a man s face, before I came to Tabbyiand. Slow boll slow boll let me &ee I know! I'll run over and ask Kannio Hicks. She really knows a great dcaL" Sho was a very impulsive dolly girl, and did everything without doing much thinking, and was out of tho house and had started for Kannio flicks' houpo before she rven thought that the preserves needed watehlne "Tom " sho called, as she mn through the yard "Go in nnd take a peek at thooe preserves. So that the tlnn t ttplll." Now Tom had just been djing to get at those preserves, so hr and Ted Spot ran into the kitchen. TeJ hur ried up to the kettle first, climbed on a rhair and peeked In with one hand on tho brim. Hut Tom had sin that they were k going to bill over. !' had seen "Mrs Tibx nii'-M" preserve, and kn-w nil about them Ho grabbed Ted !' the hack and dragged him away Just In timo to keep the boiling j. reserves from snlllln-r on him. Then ho p-'l'ed the chair to nn- s de CASTOR I A lor Inftnti aad CMldran. TTs Kind You Hav Always Bought Beam tho Siga&tTaraof i r; "Quality First" rien's Ad on Pajce 17 .i ndP' m I5W fn 1 ' 'L tt sir . yzfji-i y f W J MT. J- f - Hi r m AisPNsaH JsJef-' i mounted it himself, took the spoon and becan to stir for dear life. Ho forgot to be naughty: forgot that he was goin to steal some of those preserves: forgot everything but that he must keep them from boiling over. And ho dU. He was still standing stirring bravely when Miss Flac. who had stopped to lallygag. came ba:l: lif ten minutes later. She liftid him dov Ti. took his place -herself, an-1 said never a word. Tom did not take a nap fiat day. She let him o'f. But shu told Mrs. Tabby what a bravo boy ho had been, and gave him and Ted Spot two slices of bread and preserves apiece, just as soon as it was cool. And Grand mother Tabby said that he was a hero. 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It is tho only effective rratllcator that never falli to remove all mans of superfluous hair smoothly and paln k?."ly and without injury to the ikln or com pletrfon In a surprisingly larg number of caxes it has succeeded in killing the hair roots, source of all growth, so that It ha-i never returned. James O'Donnell's Drug Stores have been fortunate in securing a supply of Mrs. Osgood's Wonder which you can secure on the guarantee of money-baric if It falls: or any other up-to-dato Drug or Department Store can supply you or get It for you. Ask for It by name. Mrs. Osgood's Wonder. A slimed guarantee comes with every package, but do not forget that while there Ii no danger of applying this amazing discovery to even the most sensitive skin, it should not be used except where toal de struction of the hair wherever applied Is de sired. Advt. UTHl Makes the Kind :: of Sausage, H Hams and Bacon H thai will delight the H ivhole family. Try them once and yon will want them al- H ways. N. AUTH I PROVISION CO. 623 D. St. S. W. 1 tiillt-ri . MOVING PICTURES OLYMPIC 1431UN.W. tun vi jrt: i;:nn. The Other Half of the Note Knlrui vrolI IVritiir-- in .: I'nrl COLONIAL THEATER roni vm To.MuitiMiu FlorenceRoberts In (lie I'Minoua llranin. SAPHO "Itrrlal l'nr-1'nrl I'rnlurt. AURORA Of THE NORIH oprclal Tno-lart Film. BIG DOUBLE SHOW COLONIAL THEATER APOLLO THEATER 'Mill V. A The Stolen Rembrant Sir-lal U-par Kalrin Frnturr anil Till: I'l.llfl"- !tCn-ATM K ll'OLLU URCIIi:9TitA. I AMUSEMENTS NATIONAL XEXV -WEEK Wed. A Sat. Xata. SEATS SELIJXO ALL rERFORMAJCCES. PRICES, Sc. 10c. 'Zf. ILOfl. ABOKnl opera CernfMurc MAY IS. 1. 3iv 'IL TROVATORS." MAT SI. 22. U-"SIADA1I B'JTTI1JI.T. MAY ti :. rT-"CARMJi.V." MAT , r. JO "THE TALES OJ HOBT. MAJfN." J172CE 1. 2. S-"LA BOHEME." Jl'NE t. 6. e-"JIAnTHA." Jf.N'K 8. 9. lO-'TAUST." JUNE U, II. II-"LUCIA DI LXiUIEX. MOOR." Jl'NE 13. 1. 17 "RIGOLETTO." JUNE IS. 1. M "CAYALLERIA ItUSTI- CAN'A." with "iLNSEL & GRETEU" El 1 1 1 W I i r L tMa Prices iISc, SOc, A SSc.l the CHARITY BALL Next Week "3WEKT LAVENDEn"! SUNDAY AT 8:15 I MEXICO BY A MEXICAN An Illustrated Lecture on Mexico ly th Mexican Consul to Wajhimrtoa ALBERTO L. GOOOY nsAuriFVu new pictukes. SEATS NOW SELLING. S3 to II. "The Littlest Rebel" SUNDAY NIGHT KATHLEEN MATHEW.in rierPielorial Revlw Beautiful Ireland" Next Wiek "LITTLE MISS IROWrT BF. KEITH'S ?$& MAT.. ISc: EVE.. :Sc to lie. "The Bride Shoj." Nellie V. Nichols mad an tkeS Other JTeUr Attraction SUNDAY 2 CONCERTS All Last Week's Bits g& I Sfe CARTER De HAVEN (MYETlfe? The Harry Ilastlncs Aausemene Co. U.UUIY HASTINGS' BIG SHOW In a New Comedy, with Harry Lester Mason and Tom Corns Country Stor Friday Xlajht Next Week THE OINOCR GIRL8 PIMLICO BALTIMORE SPRING MEETING Maryland Jockey Clab May 6th-23d, Inclusive Stefplechaae each dnr. Klrat race, 2i30 p. m. .Special rates and frequent trains by V. B. & A. Klrctrlo road from X. V. Ave. fc 13th St. 3:30 DA CCO A I I 3:30 PJtt. lm-3 aU IaJ1 h. ft. pjw. Washington vs. Chicago i Entrance to 1'avlllon on Bohrer St. ! City Ticket Office. 013 14th St. (9 to 1). i j MOVING PICTURES NIAGARA THEATER 7th St. Above G St. N. W. TODAY Barbarous Mexico Miecial Tliree-l'art Kcsture, Vml In (he Hands of a Woman lclnl Thr?r-Iart IVnrner Fmlnm HrM-'WiHiH Ttill VV "ThcTriumph of Right TOMOitunu "i.iFirs nnTi:it unBG Empire Theate H SL Between 9th and 10th N. L 5c Hi 5c Film will be shown of School Children taken in front of Empire Theatre, April 30, in addition to our regular feat ure program. TODAY AND TOMORROW l Hill. MO IT ' .-(S-ts nn'1 , The Day of Days 1 I umlnc "Minilii. Mar? I'lckfvrri In ' riN or sTinni ctiLrrt VIRGINIA THEATER At PICKWICK FIRST TIME SHOWN Strength of the Weak Today's Special Feature FAVORITE THEATER lot ami II . . TODAY John Bunny in Old Fire Horse & New Fire Chief A A Itacraph Sprvlal "-part Feature. Rliode Island Till nml It Mi. N. V . TODAY Shot Gun Jones special --part clljt Feature sot JIM Itacraph Film anil 1AK. A-TA.NGLi: ijuanar Fcatuxc. :