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v t THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, MARCH 2&, 1916:' 11 Apmi-Vio -y-flaUn T?oiT Will Tf rr Anu DamaovO v Copyright, 1916, by R. L. Goldberc. $& By Goldberg - I MBi J!AVMa?AY -... 'M! LSkH I di V?5 i 1BB ircjliffll II II BiaBBfe. mi i Mittitiiii. KiibbbK '.jtfN'Ka i x - . , : . . . Asia iiqihii e aaa aiaw NEWCOMERS. . McCnrmlck Ill 110 FrankctraHneKleive UULUMBIA Pltl aaa Both Fighters hit, Bout to Break Record For 10-Round Affairs Willard's Share $55,100 and Moran's $26,750 Chal lenger's Backers Preu.ct Unexpected Will Hap 1 pen at Bout Experts Do Not Believe Cham pion Will Be Knocked Out. NEW YORK, March 23. The atase at, the fighters trained to the minute and the last word in preparation salo. for the richest limited round flKht In history, when Heavyweight Champion Jess Wlllard and Frank Moran will meefln Mnajson"1 Square Garden tonlKht. The henvvwelnht ehamp'onhlp may change hand! on the result of the bat tle, which has the entire country wait ing with expectancy. But Moran can come Into the title only by knocking the champion out. Wlllard will 'enter the, ling the fav orite. Expertrt can not believe that this superman, a product of the" Western plains, can be knocked Insensible by the challenger, conslder.nK his advant age In height weight; and reach, though Moran's hitting, powers and boxing, abil ity Is conceded. Moran's backers pre dict the unexpected will happen. Not only will the right break all records for ten-round affairs from the financial standpoint, hut the greatest crowd In the history of the fight g-amo In New York will witness the battle. Between 12,000 and 13,000 men and women from every walk of life will bt at the" ringside. From the flisht fan who took his Chance In line for a IS oV $5 seat to boxes below where governors, fprmer Cabinet minfpteis, noted doctors, lawyers, actors, act resses, mayor,- nnd other celebiltlea will be found, the mammoth Garden wilt be packed to the roof, More than 1,000 women are expected to wit ness the fight. At almost the last moment, the vast sum which Wlllard and Moran will receive for their thlrty-mlnutes work In the ring has again beon boosted. Wlllard to Get $55,100. Wlllard will tecelve $55,100 Instead of $47,600, as first announced. Moran will receive $26,750 Instead of $21,760.' The late Increase Is due to thn sale of the moving picture rights for tho flght, In which both fighters haro. The pictures were sold for $10,000, Wlllard receiving 51 per cent nnd Moran 30 per cent. The total receipts of the flsht are ex pected to reach $140,000, nnd 'possibly $145,000. Both Are Confident. If confidence nlonc eouM win r flsht, then both Wlllard and Moran would ho 'certain of victory tonlcht. In state ment both declared their only thought was of victory. Both expected to win hv n knockout. Wlllard has said he will finish the fight with one punch. If possible, hut Is rer taln of putting over ii finisher before the tenth round is reached. Mornn says he expects to put Wlllard, out -within seven or eight rounds. In-F'ghtinR Expected. With Charley White, noted as a roferee of big bouts, ns tho third man In the ring, the men will be handled by a veteran. Each must take care of him self In clinches. Considerable In-flght-Inp is therefore expected, hut the men must bicak nt the referee's order. The champion and challenger took things easy today, Tho only concern of their trainers was to kocp tho minds of their charges off the coming battle. Moran vas out for n brisk vnlk enily this morning, n good i uh-down and then rest, with onl:- enough light exercise to keep his musciei flexible was tho pio gram for the lest of the day, Wlllard followed the saino schedule, except for a final conference with his manager, Tom Jones, on the plan of battle. Kxpert nplnlpn op the Wg fight Is be ing fslrlv well divided There has been very little betting. The former cham pions who will witness tho fight pick Wlllaid. John I.. Sullivan, Jim Coibett and Boh Fltssslminons believe the big man will win But Gunboat Knilth. who has fought both men. rreddy Welsh Hiid others as numerous as those nlio pl'-u Wlllard, dtclare they expect the blond Pittsburgh fighter to knock out the champion. How Ring Performers Shape Up for Stunts Willard. Moron. 29 Age 29 G ft. 7 in.... Height... G ft. 1 in. 260 pounds.. Weight.. 203 pounds 83 in...... Reach 78 in. Chest 46 in Normal 44 in. 4994 in Expanded.. ..47 in. 34 in Waist 35 in. 16 in Biceps 1G in. 17 in Neck 17 in. 10 in Wrist 8M in. 17 in Calf 15 in. 10 in Ankle 9 in. , . NEW YORK, March 25. Frank Moran has made only about $15,000 out of the fight game, as compared with Willard's nearly n quarter of a million. Frank, while not n recklessly reckless spender, is liberal with Celtic liberality and has not hung on to nil that $15,000 by any manner of means. He is not, however, a pauper, nor would he be even if someone should tap him on the koko tonight after the show and take that $23,750 he is to get. Mo ran really needs the money and it will be up to him to husband that 23 thou wcry, wery carefully if he loses to night, because defeat in this fight would be apt to bar hint from the big fight money for ever nnd ever "after. NAMEDFORTOURNEY Both Boxers Ready To Win With Kayo Willard and Moran, on Eve of Big Contest for Title, Supremely Confident. NKW YOUIv. March 15. Both Jess Wlllard, world's chanu-lun, and lilt thnlluimer, Frank Moi.m, re an premely confident of vlctoiy on tli-' eve of their ten-round contest at Madison Square Garden tonight, 'I am nolng tn J.nocl. Muran o;-t In the shortest poiibtblo older. Ills I Islu never w III pret near enough to hurt me. I never In my life wat In hotter hapc thnn I am todav for the MnnMi fight. I have trained down almost t llugside weight nnd export to entor tlm i lux weighing nbuiit -15 pound, a leducilon of 15 pounds. 1 will n .: up for about i month nfi-sr hentlu ; Mornn and then go nut again with tho ciicus." favs Jom Wlllaid. Morun, from his uamp Issued thn following1 tttatHinent: ' If I feel an pood when I ontor thn ilnt? ns I do this minute 1 have no doubt I will Itn lulurned f winner, whether the tight i;in's ten loiituls or not. I have never liefon) felt the nullity nnd health that 1 liavo now. Willard has never beon iicrused of belnrr anvtUjng hut a fair bocer 8pted Is usumly a lacking (iiiullty In n man of Mich huge size." Brown Wins, But Draws. BALTIMORE, March 25.- Although Frankle Brown, of Now Yoik, out pointed Toto Herman, tho New Orleans bantam. In nlmost every ono of the fifteen rounds which they fought last nlKht before the Knllawy uub, Itef cice Abe I'llman'a drclslon was a draw. Twice Brown had Herman In a bad way, but the latter managed to come back and hold his nrwn. However, In the final stages Brown had tho better of the argument, and when L'llman tendered tils decision them ivm hnui of dlsapptoval. Theio were no knock- UUWIIg. Mike Kahoe in Town. Mike Kahoe, former cout for the (Jtirtmen nnd now acting In the same capacity for the Boston Biaves, is In Wnliliif?tnn. fjinnHiirv filnml Kahoe Is on his wity South' to make II tnill nt tlm Imlntn ..nan.. .....l .. .... ... ...,. ,, .,.,,,,, v.,iM,a, hunur lug the Binc.i from waiving on piom iRliii? player.-, Ho has been spending the winter In California nnd la In tho best of health. Penn Plays Navy. ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Match 2.'..-The Navy baseball team opens Its season today with Pennsylvania. Jeannette Has Punch. NKW YORK. Maich 25.-Joe Jean nette, the vcternn coloied heavyweight, knocked out Kid Cotton In the second round Inst night. Cotton substituted for Clce Hawkins. ho surteied a broken rib In training. Tex Richard Will Clear Nice Profit HERE NEXT MONTH Washington Bowlers Clean Up Honors on Special Night Against Baltimoreans. Statisticians Estimate That Fight Promoter Will Get Nearly $30,000. NKW YORK. March 23.-Statlsticlansl estimate today that Tex Rlckard, pro moter of tonight's Willard-Moran battle for the woild's heavyweight title will clear nlmost $30,000. Here's the way they dope It out: ' POd-SIBLK RECEIPTS. 510 seats at H each S1.6Z0 L'.L'W seats at ." each 11,iO0 .W0 scats at S10 each 49,:MO 1,3j0 scuts at ?I5 each 20.ZM li'.il seats at M each v.... 1.1, SW 1.731 scats at iV each,, 33,775 11.451 seats ' KXPEN8K3. .. 129,645 1'uise (Wlllard, 47.500; Mornn, ' J2J.7M) t $70,0001 Advertising r.,00oi Rental of an-na .... 7.500 t Innldentals (faics. telegrams, tele phones, clerk hire, etc.).,,, 5,000 Ri-eontri'etloii of .iren.i Aio'i Stall- tax (7!i per rent on $100,000).. 7.500 Help (usliors privaio ponce, etc.).. 1,500 Total 101,150 R1CCAP1TIJLATION. (ro.s r-eelpt J129,G(5 t:-(v.T.",M 101,250 Capt. H. K. Doyle has chosen his bowling quint to represent the Colum bia Country Club In the big Atlantic Coast Bowling Association's tourna ment, scheduled to begin April 3, and between now and the nlfht the Colum bia rollers take the floor against Chevy Chose, considerable practicing will te done. Besides Doyle, the following will roll for Columbia: Donald Woodward. Har ris Brown. C. C. Nixon, and K. Maury Posey. George A. Sharpe. Dr. H. P. Cobey, and C A. Watson have been named as substitutes to be ready to nil any unavoidable acancles u'.ihinFinn bowlers covered them selves with glory last night In the ii.iiimnrA city tournament, when teams representing the National Cap ital Jumped Into the lad. taking the first five positions, y Two doubles teams from this city rolled themselves inn tii tnn iwijiltlons in 1 ll I S class; Fowler and Ooldard scoring the feature performance of the evening with a grand total of 727. for three games. It Is considered likely that this marjt for the doubles will stand. Baum, a local roller, took seconil place In tho Individual competitions, with a score of 351. Last night was "Washington Nitfht" at the tourney. Ten five-man teams. twonty-throe doubles, and twenty singles from this city rolleJ during the evening. The Washington con tingent, together with an escort of "royal rooters" arrived In the Monu inentat City In two special cars, about 6 'oclock. Following Is a complete record of the stellar showing made by the Cap- iiai uuwicrai KEWCOMKR8. MtKthum Ill 104 1-3M Hhada J0I 117 ll.V-JM Orm ., : M M-:il Kruser 11 4 117-177 Hughe 117 104 144-344 Ml btt llll 111 104-K0 ; n ion . 7 IU-KJ n 93-rsi ill :-m Tvuli u VELVET KIND. Ch.pln Ill Atn-.lger Hi Mlrlmud Ill llirley I'M IUum 107 Totali Mj Mil 4S4 1J: AOGIES N. :. Iltnnrr 7 V. I-:u Fscsn I S 2-:il lUnaltr 101 IU7 JS-30S Mclaughlin 104 11 106-133 Yount- M li:-:9 Totslp 47 497 4)11471 ROUTliERN RAILWAY (CUMMKUC1ALI. Cot 95 !4 IIS 3CC Hmlth Ill) nt il in Ksgan 104 liti M-109 Campbell Yt Wi 104-ltl Kupftr SO 110 ICC lit Toltli ill l,3 Ml IM HOUTHERN RAILWAY (CI.KRKHl. Hchmtn m 1.4 M-tI Barr ss lit! l04-2t rarkrr 1 74 110 :7S Hmllh U M M-Sl Ooldbcrg U H kv-:m Totali lionser Krausi Total .. Uemann ... Hallfy Total ... Mlcnaud ... Chapel Total ... l.evla , Stanford ... Total ... Watt OlUerl Total ... Wood ....... Pattlton .... Total ... Oil Ketltr Total .. Dwer Walker .... 101-11 Total , tn nenner M 101 s 1S1 Young Si 4 U-K7 Total J. Etam a, K r. Mclaughlin i 441 450 477 1U0 DOUBLKfl. 104 91 lOi-101 110 in 101-13 Total Iourlm .. Nelaon .. S7 . s: 91 . . r.n :-M7 is-:7 .. . 514 ios-:j im-:m Total , Manghum , 101 Hhade J7 .. . sn 100-300 G Z79 Total J7j BI.UI.KH. Elmer m Dn'ier 9 Walker J. Fowler.. Shipley .... Hughe ,,., flcddard ... llonti Woodnard McConnlck ratllaon ... Ott Keeler Iaemann .., Ilauin IxwIa Mlrbaud ... llalley Krsuaa ... Stanford .. 107 110 M 10J IIS 114 ltt & 117 7 107 101 103 97 IK 109 111 HI IDS ,- 100 ir.' 101 lis 107 10S 101 103 104 104 V 110 90 lit Total. S 4-3(0 -.'S4 S 3-300 104-n: 4-0 te 303 94 197 lU- 101-3.'!! Kft-3-JS 100-313 l0-30l 13333.4 Its 300 13-U1 1 OS 332 lit-33 10S s; 9I-3M 100-3 13 ,111 132 134 110 101 100 7 104 94 103 108 M 97 103 IK 99 M 37 103 21 117-333 t 109-330 101-331 C51 l."0-li 117 m-39 444 K7-3I7 97-353 0 to 91 IK 111 94 Gross pr-.1ts ... 2S,!9'i Welsh" and Kilbanc Triumph Over Foes NKW YORK, SInrch 25,-Fredd'e Welsh, lightweight champion, rein stated himself with tho fight fans of New York when ho carrcd the fight to Frankle Whitney, of Cedar Oapld, and showered blows on his man so that Whitney was made' to quit at the end of the fifth round, of a bout at the Har lem Sporting Club laa wight. From the. moment the bell clanged, Welsh carried tho flght to his man, and piling In with both hands scarcely gavo tho Cedar Rapids man a chance to land a blow. Johnny Kllbane, featherweight cham pion, had hard work to conquer Harry Donahue In the bout that followed tho Welsh-Whitney encounter. Starting tamelv the bout developed Into a wrestling contest at the end. with the hoiiois for clean hitting slightly In favor of Kllbane. Donahue, who entered the ring with the reputation attained by a draw with Packv McFnrtand, showed nothing of the skill which would allow him to out point such a man ns McFaiand, and the bout nroceedect tamely. Boston College Will Have Bnckley on Job BOSTON, Mass., March 25,-Charles Brlcklcy, who coached Johns Hopkins eleven last fall, and also taught Penn sjlvunla Stnte the lino points of drop kicking, today signed a contract to be head coach at Boston College, Ho was under contract to coach Johns Hopkins again, hut obtained his release. Brick ley made. the change, not only because of an Increase tn salary, but to be In Boston, where he Is In the Insurance business. Ho Is also to assist In coach Ins Harvard. Boston College teams bavo been neak but It Is now hoped that a vic tory can bo pbtalned ocr Holy Cross, the other Jesuit college In Massachusetts. ott I'attlsun Wcod Krrler .,,, Ur rm in ,, To'.ala r A LACK. 101 91 10 Ill S7 ye loc-ioc urn 94 isi 96 HI i 1.-8 94-311 101 9.'-S 4(7 1100 !n 537 SHERMANS. Uwyer 100 103 1M-3W Wnlker 107 SO 133-114 llontz 107 110 100-317 Klmer 1WI 117 11&-.113 Allen 103 lot 97-300 Totala i Jit J.'O AGO IKS NO. 1. r,ana lOil t.oum 97 Stamper 1C5 Nilion ,,,.. 100 Uouen 130 Total Ml 447 HOUTIIEAST BTARS. Fowler 91 114 rioddaid lift 101 Shlrlev 121 ITS Aupuate HI ru Mccormick 101 fill its 1379 14 97-287 47 94-271 94 91-391 HO S7 297 112 101-333 Tctata Halle ... Hnnaer .. t.enln ,,, Htnr.ford , Krauas ,,, St.i ROYALS. M 107 97 91 124 Totala 49 118 10.4 I 103 111 102 MS 473 UK 124-339 114-140 99-3.'4 111-311 10-27 U3 1615 -2 110-132 lC'-JOt 1M-3U 131-3J7 014 1S71 GAYETY Today and Tomorrow THE GREAT Star and Garter Show Returns of the Willard-Moran Fight By Direct fVire An nounced from Stage. Nut Wik.-F...ii tftliiOi Toltl llontx ... Allen .... Total . Elmer ... Deckman Total Folr ... Uoddard... Total Shipley .. Ausuate ., Total Plunkett llotib Total , Harley .. llaum ..., Total , Vfataon . Armlier Totil . (lonen ... Stamper .. Total Slraughm Fatjan .... Total , noliannon Carroll .... Total 111 91 114 91 131 131 79 87 87 95 99 89 133 109 10.4 97 100 79 4S 94 128 110 103 !33 17 117 104 10 101 88 92 98 99 98 122 97 103 84 110 X Vt 101-399 107-331 ... 420 K7-17S 98-133 97 123-333 M.7 10 0 131305 4R5 104-13S 97-113 .. ."7 112-393 97-S3'. "737 9-2 1M-39I . . . t'i 111-100 84-247 M7 108-390 7-23 ,. ... V1 101-333 . 90-297 .... 620 1.01-134 94-2M l 87 M0 94237 W 10iV-110 90-381 Amnnr fhj. Is.t.mln,,.. AH.Mi.. .... big A. C. B. A. tourney, at hand today are the following: r,T?r,ml.5a! n- n- T- M- c- A., duckplns P. W. Trotter C. M. Mark. C. V. Wil liams, B. B. Fulk. A. II. Wayne. W. A. 8,rJ!lw' ,KTn,jic Henley. II. H. Miller, and W. AV. Furney. captain. Duckpln, doubles Lewis Vogelsberger and Zeb Clark. Singles Lewis Vogels berger. Duckplns, doubles O. 11. Toms and .1. B. McClure. Louis Conradls nnd H. F. Lucke. Jr. Singles. J. B. McClure. xVashlngton Loan and Turnt Com pany, duckplns C. H. Dolntf jr.. F. M Berthrong. L. F. Robertson. K. A Slpveis. H. D. Poole. G. T. Gait. H. S. W ood. and Bovd Tavlor. 'captnln. Pioneer, tenpins V. Laton. K. Nled amanski C. Crult. T. Shepard. Her ilng. Mayor Robb, captain All have entered In the doubles and Mngles. liuckplns, singles H. F. Fltts. Duckplns. slngjes L. A. Schaar. Baltimore. Md. Tenpins, doubles Rrnest F. Hom lorg and Leonard A. Schaar. Hltlmore, Md. Slnules. K. F Homberg and L. j, ovuaur. Tenpins singles W. D. Williamson. luckplnH singles A. J. O'Netl and t. II Wilt nt..anM I'M....!-- II. x Welden and W. D. Vllllnms,ori. iutnjjiiiB, uotiDics Murpny and m The House Electric ClintliiBi CoarlM, 1T3I Columbia Road. Rxhlb'lt of Electrical Appliances and practical demonstrations of the use -of Klectrlclty In Cooking, Ironing, Cleaning, Etc. 1 to 10 P. M. Dally nnd Sunday Until April S3. Music Kvery Evening, Admission Free. AUTOMOBILES Motorcycles and Accessories. GASOLENE CARS. nSSfi- COM OH MOTOR CO., Vt. Ae. nnd II -.4V, Studebaker : Commercial Sr. Sup CO., 819 St. ELECTRIC CARS. m& Emerson & OrmN HOT H St. ACCESSORIES. National Electric Supply Co,, U28-1230 M. Yt AT. Fowler. Singles. Murphy and Fowler. Due!; n 1 11s. doubles J. J. Klerman nnd "Pop" Rupnert. Singles. J J. Alerman nnd J. w. tturocrt. Shennnns. duckplns W. N. Allen. H. Bontz. H. B. Elmer McDwyer T. Walker. II E. 'Ueckman. captain. --All have entered in the doubles and dnnle.'. Wnnhlncton Railway and Electric Company, duckplns A. Logan, T Farrell, G. G. Whitney. A. Noack, E. II Staub. A 15. Thomas, A. B. Gibson. A. u. uarrtner. captnln. All nave enter ed in the doubles nnd singles. , 4Cin, tiutiviJiin v.uni icn .i. u iihi", Harry Ohler. Jack Loveless, Henry F Bailey. William Moore. J. E. Dulin. captain. Alt have entered in tho dou bles and singles. Andrews Paper Company, duckplns--' B. A. Ball, .1. G. Lcntz. W. R. Dotur las, M. E. Grimn, J. A. McKee and W. Walsh, captain. Duckpln, singles J. E. Spence. - Again a howler has reached the pin nacle of his aspirations. Charles II D. Brady, captain of the Keystone No. 1 team, of Toledo, yesterday, at tho A. B C. tourney, rolled a pcrfe-t score of S00, Unfortunately, however. Brady's feat came In a preliminary match, and will not appear on the official records of th tourney He will roll with his team In actual com petition tomorrow. Yanks Battle Barons; Donovan Drops Rookies BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 23.-The New York Yankees arc here today for a battle with the Barons of the Southern Association. Beforo quitting Macon, Ga., yesterday Manager Donovan handed releases to a number of his rookies. Arugon, in (lclder, and Hendryx, outfielder, go to Richmond. Columbus will have Vance, pitcher, and Brown, outlleldcr. Miller, outfielder, goes to Baltimore; Layden, outfielder, goes to Toronto; Newark gets Pieh, pitcher, and Schwcrt, catcher. Cable, Inflelder. nnd McGovcrn. infletder, will play with Troy In the New York 8tate League. Cleveland has refused to waive on Ur ban Shocker, pitcher, and so ho may be retained for a while longer. Pierce and Pan Tipple, pitchers, have yet to be waived out of the league. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS NEW-NATIONAL THEATER LAST TIME TONIGHT Ily Arrangement With (he Metropoli tan Opera' Company of Ser York. D1AGHILEFF BALLET RUSSE Tonight. Prlnreaa Enchantee, Cleopatre, L'Aprea Midi D'un Faun, Camaxal. Tlckftta. 41. M). 82.00. 11.00, 75.00, St'.OO. IIAIIIIMAX l'lAAO USER. DANCING MISS CMAPPELEAR, 1113 QUE ST. N. W. PHONE NQRTH 44344. 1' HARTLRYS. Prof, and Mra,. 1S3J 10th at. n.Mv., all dancing taught; prlyatn and class 7&o hour: 10 lfaaona. 43. I'h. K. list BELASCO Mil Tadar 25c ti $1.50 TODAY AT 2 TONIGHT AT S. Tht Passing Show of 1915 Geo. W, Monroe. Eugene and Willie Howard. Marllynn Miller, and 150 Woe Wreckers. TOMQIIT, SOe 4o 2.00. THE ONLY GERL NEXT WEEK, SEATS NOW SELLIHQ Beit Musical CanedyYat .v HENRY BLOSSOM AND VICTOR HERBERT i jaalM WI : PROF PR0K0S An1 Ml," Klmm.1. Alt rnur. inuaUJ Ltet Uancea Taught. Mm r.eaaona Ii. ?i: 10th at. mv. Ph. M. 6IM. NATIONAL niFLES' AnMORY-Danc gat urday e. and every Mon., Wed., Thura.. Sat, avea. Dancing, 1:30 to 12, with band and orcheatra. , llll I FITS HELA8CO THBaTl'Hi I'hoa HIILkEn u. m. Up-lo-tha-Mlaute Dances. Glover'a. 61J Knd rrlv. leaaona, any tir. tOo. Claaaea Tuea., Thura.. Sat.; all dancea tauaht: ballroom for rnt IS I'h. v l? as EXCURSIONS Reduced Fares nY SKA" Baltimore to FLORIDA For Bailing of March 17 and 31 $15 UAE $15 HOSTON AND llF.TUrtN For All alllnga March 17 to 1 Send for Partlculara Merchants & Miners Trans. Co W. P. 1'iirner. O. V. A., llnltlmore, Md. OLD POINT COMFORT NORFOLK. VA. SOUTHERN WINTER RESORTS Special Toura Ta ruinous Hotel Cniimbcrlln Dally Service Modern Steel Hleamrra CHy Ticket Office, 731. IMIi St. N. V. (Woodnurd llulldlnr) NORFOLK & WASHINGTON TBAJatBOAT CO, 25 50 75 Tonight 8:11 iMata.Daliy Ex cept Monauyi Ma A Wonderful I'lny THE SHEPHERD 0FTHE HILLS With A. II. VAN IH.'HE.V Not Werk, Tlic Meauty Simp' B.F.KEITH'SF I NICE U DAY Mata.. 2e. Exe'a, :Sc to It. "MOST ENJOYABLE BILL" Herald NORA BAYES George Nash KA!VrY MOltTON & OLAS3, OP.TH A DQOt.ET Nr4 Week loan Sawyer. lite. I LOEWS COLUMBIA Continuoua 10.30 K, M. to 11 I'. M. NOW M.AYING HAZEL DAWN THE SALESLADY Morning. Afternoon. 10, 15e. Night, 10, 15, :jc Roller Slmtiim ranna. A. at Ninth au N. W, Dally, 10:90 lo 11 10-2; to 4-7:l to !:. MABKED MAKVEL IU.CE3 MQUTLT.