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Till-; WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER l: IMS. '
15 Women Brave Chill At Chevy Chase To Bring Golf Tournament Nearer End TWJELVE- WOMEN REMAIN IN. GOLF AT CHEVY CHASE Mrs. Ormsby McCammon Wins From Mrs. Jackson by Score , o'f 1 Up. PREDICTED AS FINALIST Mrs. Stetson and Miss Hacker Go 21 Holes to Decide Vic tor on Links. ' Twelve fair Rolfers braved the chill December weather at Chevy Chase Club today to brinrc the wom en's tournament now in progress there one step nearer the close which is due tomorrow. The semi finals are in process today in the three eights which have survived their way through the match play, unci unless calculations ro awry, the finals will commence tomorrow at 1 o'clock, with three pairs lin the competition. Sirs. Ormsby McCummon, that sterling golfess, if the term may .be applied, won further admiration from the followers of the tourna ment when she played true to form in the first round of match play, de featinc Mrs. W. H. Jackson by 1 up. Mrs. McCammon is expected to be a i finalist. This is the nrst time she has played over the "revised" course at Chevy Chase. Mrs Jackson Is not to lip tlenlei great credit for tlie Miff opposition which hu provided for Mr. AlcCnm liion The remit Indie ite that tho decision wan reached on the laat Kreen anil that accurate pln ihr ov er tho other holes drought thu match to Oil cloe end. Next to the McCammon-Jackson match, that hetween Mr. Stetson and Mis Hacker attracted the attention nt the small nailery that faced the cold wind which prevailed. Their natch went 21 holer ar... Mrs. Stetson von bv 1 up. They see-sawed their "ay through the regular route of 18 hole and added three before a de- 1 Ion could be I cached. Their card. Mr. Stetson: O.it id 9 r k r, a io ?-er. In 5 'i i l 7 7 7 G Ml Hacker f 7 7 SO 118 Out . . s i w B 11 S IK In 5 7 5 7 6 S 7 r. 7 7 b SI 147 Pairings for Today. SEMIFINALS Flrt eight Mr. Fleming New bold . Mrs. Ormsby McCammon, Ml l.oiilrfe Harney . Mr II. B Spencer. Seioml eight Mr. (. It. Stetson vs. Ml Louise Lacey, Mr. C 1). McVay M Mls Mallorv Church. Third eight Mr. T. A. ('lav tor vs. Mme. Hkengren; Ml Frames Wil liam v. Mr, a. 11. Chase. Yesterday's summaries: First eight Mrs. Fleming New bold de feated Mrs, J. M. Carlisle by default. Mrs Ormabv McCammon defeated Mrs W. II. Jackson bv 1 up: Miss Louise Uarncv defeated Mrs. C. I Fralley by 4 up and !; Mrs. It. 11. Spent er defeated Miss Marlon Oliver bv default. Second eight-Mrs. C. It. Melson de feated Minn Hunan HuckML 1 up (it holes); Miss Louise Lacey defeated Mri. Arthur MacArthur. 6 up und t; Mrs. C. II. McVay defeated Mrs. II. M. Houthjrate. 3 ud and 1: MU Mnllory Church defeated Mis. (7. Jt Fortescue by default. Third eight Mrs. T. A. Clsytor de feated Mra. K. It. Ilatcncr by 2 up; Mme. Egengrcn defeated Mrs. Sydney Ballon by 4 up and 3. Mis Frances Williams defeated Mrs. N. C. Wjeth by 2 up; Mrs. Ci. U. Chase defeated Mm. C. V. Wheeler by default. Bender Wants His Money. NEW YOrtK. ec. 1. Rffort were made today to serve President Ollmore. of the Federal League, with a summons In the suit agnlnst the league brought by Chief Hendcr for Hlleged bleach of contract. The former Philadelphia star wants M.COI64 because the Baltimore Feds roleaaed him unconditionally Saxon Captain Johnny Saxon, Central's right end, has been elected captain of tho 1916 football team. Saxon has played football three years for Central. The following were eligible to vote and will receive the school letter for athletic ac tivity: Manager LeFcvre, Carey, Belch er, Scldcn, Roberts, and Jones, member of the class of '16, and Hunt, Hoover, Captain Och stadt. Stoner, Tabor, Kaplan, Sabtori, Long, Macdonald, and, Bclnap, all of whom will be available next season. BOXFORD WITH THE OVAL BUTTON HOLE THE NEW FALL STYLE IN jon (pilars WRITE FOR BOOKLET Or 16 STYLES UMitbo gvMirfr oou.ai ocTwor, h. t. II. ...II TODAY'S SPORTORIAL By toyis Johnny Evers is out ngnin with more of his vitriolic criticism. This time ho takes foi his target John K. Tener, president of the National League. If Johnny Evers were in. the American-League, he would be scalped, drawn ami quartered and his ashes would be scattered to the four winds of heaven. Hut, being In the National League, his latest of fense, following sr many others, will probably bo overlooked. If Tener replies to Evers' latest, charp,c, It will be remarkable, as Tener has a most even tempo. and affects to scorn tho words of such as Evrrs. The Braves' nervous little llcld captain and great second baseman was the star of tho barnstorming trip of tho big leaguers. The crowds turnod out everywhere to see him in action and he, naturally, felt happy. So when h? got to San Francisco, he told Francis J. Mannix, of the Bulle tin, a number of caustic things. Readers of this column will remember that Evers last summer was charged witn sajing that the National League race was "fixed." In referring to the "fixed race" charge, Evers is alleged to. have said: "Give n dog a bad name tnd I'vo got the -name so It is hard to get away from It. I've read statements In the newspapers purporting to come from me whicn I would never have dreamed of making. That was the case toward tho end of last season when I-ma quoted as saying the race was fixed. No, I've been in baseball too long to make a state ment ot that kind. I've been through too many grueling campaigns have lost too muLh sleep worrying what the next day was to bring forth to allow such an idea as that to take hold of me. If there Is anyone who appreciates the iuposfcibillty of fixing a race, f am that person." i "."'.' y.et' b1fore wn8 Biven an opportunity to affirm or deny that story, I was condemned by people in my own business and held up as a disgrace to baseball. Why, Governor Tener, president of our league, made a special trip to Boston to 'Inves tigate' me. "I told Tener and I told the newspapers that my record of fourteen years in baseball wouldn't suffer in tho slightest by comparison with Tener's fourteen years in politics. 'A1"1, '" hc, na'J snown the slightest disposition to go ahead with his investigation I would Tiave started one on my own ac cord und subjected Tener to the light of publicity. He wouldn't have discovered anything, but I would. "Tho story of how the Investigation ended never received the publicity that my alleged statement did. The public was not apprised of how Tener came to the club house at Boston. None wrote what happened when the president of the National Leaztio came to a m"re ball player and confessed that he was 'in Dutch.' nnd how he asked thut mere ball player Uo help him get out of the mess." Evers goes on to tell how abused he is, and insists that in all his troubles Jim Gaffney. owner of the Braves, stood behind him. Evers gave out this interview before receivincr his boss' letter of wnrninc agpinst rowdyism in 1916. The nervy little Brave praises the Feds for raising the salary of the major league player, forgetting that those same Fods have como close to killing Evers meal ticket. It Is true that their presence in the field made it possible for him to receive $40,000 in 1014, but they may also make it ncceisaryjfpr him to get along on $5,000 a year. Evers :s not popular with Boston fans. They know enough about baseball to conclude that his outbursts have hurt the chances of the team. He would like to get away to New York or Chicago. Nct Yoi): doeBn't want him and it is doubtful if Chicago would cntlurp his antics, cither. From this neck o' the woods it would appear as if Johnny were digging his own grave. Staging the annual American League meeting in Chicago is an other evidence of tho monarchical rule of Ban B. Johnson. The bosi of the circuit rightfully believes Chicago to be a great baseball city, but when he thinks that cc.xal publicity will follow a meeting there as would from New York, he's thinking through the top of an old felt hat with a hole in the crewn. Many n time and oft has Johnson howled about going to New York for a Laheball meeting. He has always claimed 'that his league should ntectMrrtherWindy City, as close to the' Fisher building' as possible. But every time he has had his way, little or no publicity has followed. As a loyal Chicagoan Johnson holds out for his own town. He will ha".e his way this year with all its results. When the Ameri can Leagut'rs go through thir cut and dried session on December 15, the publicity will be given the gathering of the National Leaguers In New York, simply because most of the news bureaus and most of the sport writers can get o the metropolis more easily than they can to Chicago. Cleveland, Detroit, St. Louis, and Chicago will have sport writers in tue Windy City tor the coming meeting, but if it were held in New York every city on the Eastern end of the circuit as well as most of those from those cities named would be represented. Ban John son cannot make Chicago a more important city than New York, even by holding the annual meeting there. Harry Harper shows great common sense in loafing all winter. The young hsuthpaw has been working that wing of his from March to No vember this year, and he will need all the rest possible before tho com ing campaign. Ho has a great future ahead of him. If he can show the necessary control, he should come close to being the best stfuthpaw of the 1910 season, not cen barring "Dutch" Leonard or Carl Weilman. He would be standing in his own light if he were to try basketball or some other sport this winter. His rest should do him worlds of good. AH for Glory Run - Won by Reds Shanley "lUds" Shsyiley, of Carroll Institute, with a twenty-second handicap, won first place, doing the couise of tv.o and onc-hnlf mile In 13 minutes and 10 seconds. In the nil fr Rlory tun. O'Donncll, of the Gibraltar Athletic Club. 1 aire In second plate, ilosoly fol lowed bv Capt, Dan Ilcaly. of tho far roll Institute Club This I likely to be the last of the runs to be held by the Cat roll", J the interest shown by the lunner of this city appear to bo slack. I'"'1,""-Ing- I the order In Which they finished N'me nnd cluh. Handicap Tlmo nk..i..i r. T 'Xi ueenml 1J.11 ciiailicr, v.. -- -- O'Donncll. O. A. C... 20 second 1J.I5 n:i: IS. 10 VM 11. r 14. H.ttl 11 'i; 11.17 Healy. C. J Blumer. C. 1 Dougherty. C. I.. . . Kchmldt. C". I Dillon. C. I HlodRett. CJ. . . . J. Montague, (i. A. (' Vlclmicju. . A. C ?n necntirl , S) second , .10 second , M secmid 4't sei oml rai second . Ti) sec md i . iZ seconds Soccer 'Teams to Play. Two picked teams of tho ashlngtnti Soccer Club will ijlsy Sunday 011 ihe new crounds at the Speedwaj , In front of the hnthiiur beach, startlnc nt .! o'clock The club has c mailed a num bci of new player, some of tflioin, have been Idenlllled with stroiiff Hum In Inland, Scotland, nnd nnslnnd Welcome to Envoys of Women Voters Mrs. Sara Bard Eield andMiss Frances Joliffe Who Have Motored From San Francisco With Petitions to Congress Envoys rrrive- Stanton Square, Fourth and Maryland Avenue, Monday, Dec. 6, 12 o'clock. Congressional Union, 1420 F St. N. W. A.. IlOUOHER. Black Is Chosen to Lead Yale Varsity KP.W HAVEN-, Conn.. Dec. t,-CIlnton ItNllhick. of New Yoik city, a Junior In the Sheffield Scientific School, a unanlmouMr elected cnptain of the Yale football team at tli annual banquet of the pluxri Inst nl(?ht H'111 k plioed suaril on" this fal1' eleven He piep.ned .t Kxitir. wherp li wan ontulM if tin academy eleven, and he wo nlf cap tain of the l'nle freihman team. Twen ty elRht players who won their arally let In till year Aoted, Church Basketball Teams Play Tonight Christ Lutheran will plav Mclvendree and Covenant will meet Mt. Pleasant In their scheduled (tnm"n In the Church League, tonlirht nt the Unjs" Y. M. C. . gymnasium. The first tame vvlll stmt at 7 CO p. 111. slinrn. The dus of basket-ball put up by the teams In this league so far tills seajpn h.ia been equal. If not In ttei than that I'lujeil lij any of the teams !r the vail on league now rvnnlns: In this city. B. & O. Is Loser. V i.nsilvanla defeated Itnltlmore and Ohli to 11, In lb Terminal Tt n y, M. r. A P..ietbalt League last nltht. Reception by Senators and Representatives, east front of Capitol Building, Monday, Dec. 6, at 12:30 o'clock. EVENT Finishes Sherman's Tourna ment With Set of 354 in Roll Off. . Last Night's Best N Bowlers. Mueller, Gandils 131 Giisdorf, Gandils 129 McCIurc. Mt. Pleasant 128 Hogan, Wnvcrly 127 Mack, Supcrbas 127 Kennedy, Indians 126 Pratt, Departmental 125 Conradis, Princetons 123 McDermott, Georgetown , . . 123 Donohue, Cardinals 117 J. Rlston, Drillory no Culllnan, Publications 115 Phntlev Wright Is winner of the tournament nt Trunk Sherman's alleys, having rolled n duckpln set of 3S4 In the final. Mamrum wa second with 321. and Illll Itlder finished third with a scoro of 313. The prlxes were JI0, S. and S3, resptctlvcly. Pratt, who went to the front on Thankstclv Inir Day In tho quali fication tounds, spilled hut Ml In the roll-off. Mtnn. itHit.uu .ut-. .,-. . , iiaiivTn ruiliflK was waicnnu throughout tho early mimes, and while hi. Wna niwt tit tllA ,An ,n .11. 1... .11.1 -.... ....i ... ,,,., ,. ,, ,,, .Html., ,it um not appear for the final. That cold snap kept a host of the 1kvs Inside last nlxht. nnd then there were thosn who couldn't Ret home ufter they once (tot off. However there vveie sev eral IiIkIi scores contributed. Some of the best Imnllnc seen was uevciopcii in the Uandll-Mt. Pleasant sit. In the Arcade llunkfiln lntrue when Mueller nnd Ousdorf rolled hlxh scores or, i3i anil i:s. repectlvely Mc Cluie. of 1'rlm.etorM. came Hirnnrh wlili 1W. nnd Mnrk delivered it 1J7 Kaine for me ouperiais. in the Northeast circuit Pratt, of Land Office, rolled un to form when Ills second came sonied to I.S. This bowler Is cnmlni; to the front i.ipldlv and his scon have been wmcneu iioselj bv rulluvvcis uf the Kaine for some time Daly Won't Be Coach Of Army Team in 1916 WHhT POINT. X, . Deo l.-Lleut Charles Dudley Duly will nut be couch of tho Army football eleven of 191ft. He has been ordered hi Join his reKlment. the Plrst heavy artllliTv, ul Schotlcld Honolulu, Killini: Sunday from Sin I'ranelsco No ,ucc, sor ha ot been named, but Cnptnln lir.ives who coach ed the forward this muson. may re celv se nsslKiiiniut Daly ha coach ed l three Arniyleuiua, all of V tom the Navj. j South Carolina Seeking Late Game With Rutgers NEW BRUNSWICK. N. J , Dec. 1. Word has been received from the foot ball mannnement of the I'nlvcralty of South Carolina to the effect that that Institution Is wIIIIiik t.i play a post season Bnmo with Itutsers In Columbia, S. C . on IK-o-inber :: A trip hn been projected for thoMlutger team durlnc Ihe Chrlstinaa holidays, In which three or four of thcMcadliic Southern lallcces would be mot. Jack Dillon Trims Flynn. VT'.u1 vr.ni. iim i ?-,., Ttn.. .i. Ilnniilnp rarrit nniiait nnnB.i .. but friends of Jim riynn who a him Tho I'noliln iltommi IaI .. Ut .. lAhment from Hih Hook If r In trn rounds lat nUht. It wua the owt Ucln ot ins .itjvi. Holmeads Win. Halmend A C. won from the l,.iol Slupherd Churc'i. :n to IT Johnion and Pv.ll. f.l ,Vin lMnA.. . T..I-, , Twlbert, for the loers, plaei best Fraternities Play. In the Phi Mil Sljrim Unkeibnll I'nuue same Cismmi d'f'uted f-Unia V4 ti 17 mid Itho Miiiiiulnlied t'n Chi lUliil. IS to 16. Will Play FTiday. Airanceraent have Vn iniriplefed for bnsketbfll came to be plnjcd In the bos" "V "rldiy nlclit botnecn tho repieentatlves of that depirtment nnd the Centnl Illiili q-ilnt. of the Inter scholastic LeaRi'e, Style Model 2510 Model 2510 Men's Gun Metal Calf, Full'EnfUih Last, Very Low Heel, Concealed Eyelets the Correct SJboe for. the Dressy Man. ' Price, $3.00 No. 2310 Same Style, but in Mahogany Color Russia. THE REGENT SHOE 943 Penna. Ave. N. W. Johnston to Hop Fedsf lt O: B. Produces Coin Charlie Ebbetts, Dodgers' Mogul, Interviews Player And Starts Negotiations Says Independent Circuit Is Bound to Fall. LOR ANfli:i,l!S. Dec. l.-JImmy John alon Is here, ready to "listen to reason," or rather to tha beckonlni call of cold hard rash, Johnston Isn't worklnc for tils health. He Is lust like the rest of us. Wherever the bur money Is there Johnston will be. The Oakland outfielder arrived from the Imperial valley In annsfr to word received from lresldent Charles Kb betts, of the Jlrooklyn NntMnal League ball club, who wanted Johnston to Jump bark from the Fed and loin lirooklyn. l.'bbetts and Johnston rot together but did not come to terms. When reached on the telephone Johnston declared that he probably would stick by his Federal Leaxue contract. Hut Jimmy added: "If I find a better berth I might accept, no matter where It Is. I will leave for mv home In Chattannosra, Tenn., and will stay there during the winter months." In reply to aucttlnn, Johnston sUUd that he did not have another engage ment with the Brooklyn magnate, kilt he did not Infer that negotiations weio off by any means. When Interviewed Ebbetts wn con fident that Johnston would sign with the Dodgers. However, he sjtatca: "I am not chasing Johnston around, as If it were a life or death matter, t take exception to Ihe statements b Qeorge Stovnll to tho effect that 'the reserve clause I all bosh.' "The reserve clans und It ten-dav stipulation have made baseball nnd George Stovnll. If thre were no re serve clause there would be no George Htovall. H would b unknown, fito vnll crab players from lh mganlied baseball i.in'ia with n-sere clauses at- COACH PENN ELEVEN Bill Hollenback, Former Star Halfback, May Be Appointed to the Board. I'HIIAUi:i.PHIA. Dec. l.-A big shake-up In Pennsylvania athletlcsl Is predicted by the unusually .large nim tier of candidates for the vacant gradu ate and undergraduate places on the board of directors of the athletic asso ciation as announced by the ballot sent out today. There are thirteen candidates for the four graduate positions and twenty-one for the Undergraduate nosltlons. As N. usual rule there are, only enough graduate candidate to about nil the vacant position each vear. Dr. Carl William has refused the nomination. I which has started the rumor that he Is to be head football coach next year. William Hollenback. former captain and star. Is ono of the leading candi dates for the board. The voting for po sitions, bv mall ballot, will close Decem ber 11. ' Gonzaga High Eleven Has Victorious Season The fion'aea II. B. Reserves won tlie.r ecnnd vlctorv over the Alexandria II. P Iteserves. 14 to C. Ihe mm marked thf loie of th eon for the floniamAjoy. who have won everv gime, searln 151 points lo J nntt.-ittntfl' l?. Tlu v clilm the cham f P'onnhlft of the Dlitr"iit for, teams of; !lW?0-potnd 'si. Ther have played j one gamo agativt an eleven of their own , weight tl'At mill inc vi i . jnmr r w wl.U h resnltei In a 5-0 victory fir to) Ultlll71R v.OS. Mike Glover Is Winner Over Ted Lewis in Hub IIOSTOX. Pec 1 Mike Olover. South llo'ton' welterweight, gave both the (mob of fan and Ted Lewis the biggest suipiise of the season when he took tne decision In the twelvo-roundXbout with the Knillshman at the Atlas last night lilover's chance were considered small because of his recent defeat at the hand of I-wl. but the South Mo ton hoy demonstrated that he was there In every way. rr Leader alaKfyjcNfW aasaaaaaaW AnUHaaaaaaal tashed to them and he expects the con tracts they ultimately sign with lilm to hold nood f v.o succeed In securing those plaver later. "We ore not luhtlng tho Federal Kople We consider the Federal nguo a defunct organisation. All this talk Is nothing more than pure Muff on the part of Htovall., Despite George Stovnll, tho reset vo claitsa l-i valid and binding. "I believe Johnston, nfter lie think the matter over more siilously, will lino up with the O. li. force, nnd If ha doeg he will Le a member of tho lirooklyn club. "The Fedcial League, I bound to fall sooner or later. I would net venture to predict when, but It Is' bound to come. Then where will these player bo who de.rted the rank of organized baseball'' Not a Mlnglo pl-iyer will ever get back Into tho fold ag.iln. It I n warning especially to evi ry nuiiK plaver. because he will hvo a hard pain to follow if ho chooses the Fed eral in preference to the O, II. contingent." AMUSEMENTS m-9. ISC O TONIGHT. Hl20, '' r0. lo g2ll01 MVT. roiiAi, e TO i..-.u. DANCING AROUND AMIk ALJOLSON An N. V, M tiller Garden Co. of 1S.1. NEXT WEEK SEATS NOW. Owing lo Magnitude of Production Openinr Postponed First Time on Any Stage. POSITIVELY TUESDAY NIGHT! DAVID BELASCO rwsi:vTn DAVID WAR FIELD VANDER DECKEN A 1.KCIKNUA1IY I'l.W of the hi:a iiv . I1AVID nr.i. S(II. BELASCO THEATER Thursday, Dec. 2d. 4 P. si. Operetta in Miniature UT i Ore Torpadle and Klaar l.lndea -. Benefit of Christ Child Horlety. Ftats en nl T. Arthur Hmllh'. iatt rj w. i iiWAVVBvn Mat 0tl. tie. K. -- r ALL THIS WUHK.' TOE MIOOUCMAN unfvSvT." MnK KESlT t?I,W,Vn' WATIXKB niII)A ' ' k-"JFLIl.'S CAHAIt . w.TinM Mn lev Elgsresl dkoiT In City for Ihe Price. "HAVE YOU SEEN STELLA?" Ton of Olrls. Jluslc. Comedj, Scenery Mais . Thurs. (. Sat.. IS t. Kc Mlht. S. M. M. Tic rt 'wk-A Mule Olrl In a nir Cl'i JLOEW'S COLUMBIA iTOiwrorfl io to A. M to li r it MON. TIJEH. WED, ' VICTOR MOORE In Chlattmla Fadden Out West TllUIli.. nil, KT. SIN, DL'STIN FWt.Nt'll In Tl B C.E.STIXMAN FIIOM 1MHA.VA Mornlns nnd Aflrrnoon inc. i;t vinin iOc, lur, z r tmwm OELUZE EST OF THEM ALL 20th Century Maids WITH HAltltV COOI'lilt. .1111 IMItTO.V Nest Wesk-MILI.IO.V IXiMAll DOI.LH ARCADE AUDITORIUM Danclns livery i:venlugnt S 30 V .M Admission, 10 rents. Wed, Dec. 1, Alabama Jubilee Novelty Entertainers. Souvenir. Roller Skating---! PENNA- AVE. AT 9lh ST. N. W. nally. i0iO lo IV, -Ji.m lo .-. 71.10 to IOiSO, America's I.nrgeKt und I'lneat okiatlni; renn AUTOMOBILES Matoreyclta and Acccsaorits. NATIONAL csmsi mtor co. Vsrmanl Ave, a H St. JEFFERY GA8QLKNE CARS. Studebaker v.ommrclj Auto aup. rly Co. tu 4th at. ILECI'KIC CAUH. Znsraon a Orms, .: II st. GAYETV mt, ACCESSORIES. National Electric Supply Co., .mi-i.mo . i, a.t. Bowling Tonight. K Of f nil.n knv ,h n.ABl.r. .Masonic Federal Dawson; Naval vs. Ht Johns. Icpurtmental-L.ibor vs. I'oslofflce. Nujy Ynnt-illsccllancou vs. Erect ing. Mt. Pleasant Dccatut a vs. Newton". Capital Cltl-Ivory Heaps vs. National I-iniiiJij. Hed Men-Idaho va. Sioux nt Commer cial. Phi Mu felgma-tJpsllon No. 1 va. No. .'. Coinmerclal-Bouthern Hallway va. Hccht. National Capltal-Potomacs vs. A. C. M Y. Washlnglon Tenpln-Interior v. Iro. quols. District UArrlson Contenders. Arcade Argjles k. Goldcnbcrgs. Telephone Fnulnor rnfarti. Cashier vs. Hcvcnue; Maintenance vs. t onstructliiii. dustry. " ,r' l"m '" t c c I a m a 1 1 o n Commissioners vs. A recker. Ilankcrs-llank of Washington vs. American Security. -luiiiiu v.orps t-nvitc vs. Polloc. AMUSEMENTS Ntw National Kir CHAnLF.S PnoiIMAN Preseata William Gillette Tonight SHEHIOCK HOLMES a "Ti'nV Ilrs.:'-a,nt SECKT StRVlCE NEXT WEEK Seats Tonorrow. til lAltl.KI I)II.M.G1IA3I Prraeata WATCH YOUR STEP Mri.Virntnf Frank I Itrnird Caitlt Tlnniy Iranvlllt Urlee A Klna. Harry Kelly, 100 Othars .atloaal MM(. CMMY 'I heater Krlda), Uec. 3 4 130 I'rlrea, 2,'0, S. l.'.O.tl. PESTINN on sale at Olramatle Sopraaa fra Ilronn'a. nne Ifctropolltaa Oraa I 1.1th and i; opera. .National 1 healer 'lliurailat. Fritz Her. I) i 4i,10 Prices. 92JTM, :. $i,-u, i Jieata on sale at Droop's, 13th aad Krefslfer Recital Filth Cnssrt, Tsn.tUr Eariss "smIv.1 h?KV- J'""'" Vlallnlsi !.. IJlfef- ' llanlst.an I MME MATJA MUSIIEN.STn.vu It in t-ontralto. Ilpr HI S0'"l"'rt Met. Opera Co r AitTiirn hmitii. ijo i t D F.KEITH'S "'li. Mc. Eve'i LUallr.SilBal Hi is ua, SiOO at 8115 Three sets divide rt honors "-Htul.I - w. v . - -. .i(..c IIVllvT "alH LIMA IBIRIINELL Mme Jhern-." "Itrd r.n.rr." Kte CHIP & MARBLE ... Ln "T!'K LOfK uiiop." A Twentieth Centurv Courtshln Seven Oth.r,. AlPuTirtSs NAZlMOVAii:.:-" DANCING EHRMAN rr th Professor o i,. lesions as loo need until on can dunct cor. rettly cn thsra be fairer nimhod. ju 11 it. X. w. roico lluiunns J PROF.WYNDHAM " "'. n. nv. ih. m. m; All Hances. Clas. Me. Prlnto nr 'ioir ancHOLAS'r All rocltir dsncea patronsl. Opn II a. pi. to 11 p m I'arsonsl tsrtni rea naLU. AAlLLtK Si HKLASCU'lHKA.HKl Mil k. ITIIUQri o, Vp-to.tr-Mlnuta ll.nc-. m tructlrt. muslo and hall (unilshail orsaold classaa Ballroom snd Interpretatlvs dshcts MU. AMI MHO. HAItTI i:V. formerly MISt COIJl.TKlt, 1.113 u st. N. W.: all dancln tsuitii, privatu lessons. "1c, l'hons N, :it. OIXIVEHh. (II tint, class, dances Tu . 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