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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY." MARCH 14; 1517.
8 HEWS AND GOSSIP OF WOMEN'S CLUBS Events of the Past, Present, and Future Among Washing ton's Organizations. CLUB TO HEAR COL HARTS Commissioner Brownlow Also Will Speak Before Wom en's Organizations. Thn Columbia Heights Art Club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mn William G Foote. 1341 Otis street northwest. Florence Crlttenton Wheel Club. The Florence Crlttenton Wheel Club will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. Edson L. Whitney, "1234 Euclid street northwest. TwenUeth.Century Club. The conservation section of the Twentieth Century Club will meerat S o'clock tomorrow afternoon In the. parlors of the Unitarian ChurrtJ, cor ner of Fourteenth and I. streets north west. Women's City Club. At a social meeting of the Women's City Club to be held tomorrow evening at S o'clock In the drawing-room of the Cairo Hotel, on Q street near Six teenth. Col. W. W. Harts, U. S. .U will deliver an address on the city of Washington, illustrated by colored slides. Commissioner Louis Brown low also wilt give a talk. Gen. Nelson A Miles will be the guest of honor. Suffrage. The three day suffrage bazaar be ing planned jointly by all the suff rage organizations in the District affiliated with the Katlorlal American Woman Suffrage Association, will open tomorrow at -the national suff rage headquarters, 1626 Rhode Is-' land avenue northwest. The bazaar will open with a short entertainment under the direction of Mrs. Glenna Smith Tinnln, who has staged "Mrs. Jarley's -Wax Works Up to Date." written by Alice Duer Miller especial ly for this occasion. The play will befoTlowed by dancing. The admis sion for the first evening will be one dollar, admitting two persons. On Friday and Saturday, the admission will "be free. One of the novel features of the bazaar will be a Dutch garden, stag ed In the Susan B. Anthony room at suffrage headquarters, under the di rection of which Mrs. Cato Sells, wife of the United States Commlsioner of Indian Affairs, is chairman, with the entire membership of the Junior league as her assistants. The at tendants will be in Dutch costume. and will preside over vast beds of bright colored tulips which, on being pulled up, will disclose pleasing sur prises. Miss Catherine McClintock. chairman of the "Junior League, and the girls associated with her, already have completed hundreds of tulips to enliven the gardens. Many Interesting Contributions. The committee has sent out a call to the various State suffrage asso ciatlons to send In contributions to be sold at the bazaar, and the re sponses have been most Interesting. Sweet-grass baskets, a Bahama Is- lands hemp bag. fruit, embroidery, Jewelry, sweaters, and a shawl that was an heirloom of the George Wash ington family, are among the gifts already received. A telegram just received at headquarters announces that 166 small bags of flour, equal in amount to five barrels, are on their way. It has been hinted that a. gen- arous donation of potatoes would not be refused. Miss Heloise Meyer, sister of the former Secretary of the Navy. Is chairman of the bazaar committee, and she is assisted by Miss Cath erine Newton, Mrs. Cato Sells, Mrs. day Tallman. and Mrs. A. Garrison McClintock. Mrs. William R. Tlndall, 1789 Lanier place northwest, is In charge of tickets, and the tables are in charge of the representatives of the various suffrage clubs of the District, as follows: Aprons. Mrs. Henry Churchill Cook, of the District of Columbia Suffrage Association; bags, Mrs. John Oliver Moque, of the College Equal Suffrage League; cake and household contrivances. Mrs. George A. Armes, of the Political Study Club: parcel post. Miss Pearl fi. .Kyle; fancy table. Mrs. Anna E. Hendley, of the Anthony League, and the tea table, Mrs. L. S. Frlstoe. Mrs. lirennon an Hostess. Dr. Laura S. Brtnnon, assisted by Mrs. Overman, will be the hostess at the tea at the suffrage headquarters this afternoon from -I to 6 o'clock. Mrs. Nanette B. Taul gave the third of her series of lessons In parliamen tary law at the suffrage headquar ters at 11 o'clock this morning. Miss Myrtle Stlnson gave the last of her course of suffrage lessons at the headquarters of the Anthony League. 21)07 Columbia road north west, jesterday afternoon. D. A. 11. Independence Bell Chapter has postponed Its meeting from tomorrow evening to March 22, when It will meet with Mrs. Helen Nelson Doocy, 143 Thirteenth street northeast. Dr. Helen F. Perkins will gve a talk on osteopathy, and Mrs. Marshall Brooke will give the musical program. The guests of honor will he Mrs. Howard I llodgklns, of Our Flag Chapter. Mrs Francis A. St. Clair, of Sarah St. flair Chapter: Mrs. G. Wallace W. Hanger, of Chevy Chase, candidate for vice president general of the national association, and Mrs. Woodbury Pulsl fer, candidate for corresponding sec retary of the national association. gnnablne Society. The hospital branch of the Sun shine Society Is arranging a musical tes. to be given at the. home of Mrs. "arl Loefler on March 29, in charge of Mrs. William Msgee. It also Is plsnii'd to send fruit to the Tubercular Hospital this week and warm clothing to the fresh-air wards of the same hospital. Ways and means are being dis cussed to co-op srato with another so- clcty in Its efforts to support a con valescent ward In one of the local hospitals for the benefit of those needing an extra week or ro of rest and care and not having the neces sary means. The next regular meeting of the society will be held on Aprll'13 with Mrs. Sanford Taylor. 3147 Seventeenth street northwest, when Mrs. Esther M. Morrill will report on the work being done for the local hospitals. POPULAR MEDICINE BY DR. HIRSHBERG Intelligent Observation of Rules of Hygiene Will De crease Illness. By DR. LEONARD K. HinSIIUERG. Do you feel sleepy after you have eaten your flllT Some individuals have an Irresistible, certainly an im perious, desire to sleep after eating. "Narcolepsy" Is the term applied to' this condition by Dr. Gelineau. Various' Investigators have tried to explain the sudden Impelling drowsi ness which recurs whenever the stom ach is full. Dr. Golffon, of Taris, says that a sleepy feeling after eating is trace able to some disorder of the stomach, particularly of the muscle walls of that structure. To conflnrm this de scription of the condition, he tells of a number of persons, especially sub ject to this acute somnolency even after a light,- small meal Is eaten. Sleep Comes Suddenly. The desire to sleep comes on very abruptly. Sometimes it is distinctly pathological and constitutes a source of danger to the victim himself. There is a patient. Gong Lee, a China man. Gong Lee had just finished a bowl of chow main and began to Iron. Drowsiness overcame him him so sud denly It could not be resisted. He dropped the hot Iron on his foot and the burn was so severe the member had to be amputated. Another typical case Is that of a hod carrier who could not ward off acute somnolence as he lugged his mortar and bricks up a ladder. Sleep overcame him before he had gone far and he fell to earth like an epi leptics seriously injuring himself and another laborer. Notwithstanding the close similarity between this Imperious Impulse to fall asleep after a, meal and an eplleptf- form "absence" of the fit or convulsion of epilepsy. It Is not related to "the falling sickness." Result of Full Meal. The snooze may last only a few min utes and the sufferers awakes wholly refreshed and invigorated. On the other hand, there may be no real sound sleep, because the occupation and duties of the person demands Im mediate attention after eating. However that mix be. research workers seem now fairly well agreed that some sort of gastric disturbance, a kind of motor deficiency of the stomach, has a role In this ailment. Drowsiness of this type is not lim ited to fat men and women. Jack Spratts and Peter Schlemickls, scarce ly more than skin' and bones them selves, are often found guilty after dinner. Narcolepsy Is curable. A stomach anarlsls with treatment to make up the muscular defects often suffices. A proper diet and a system of compen satory gymnastics and outdoor exer cises jvork wonders. (Copy't. U17. by Newspaper Feature Srvlc.) HEALTH QUESTIONS Dr. Hirshberg Replies to Inquiries From. Timet Readers. L. C Kindly let me know If there Is anything that can be done jor a man twenty-four years of age who drinks Intoxicating liquors? The treatment Is preferably carried forth In a hospital or sanatorium. ; Jf Heart." and Maude Lambert and It is rarely successful at home. , Ernt n, Ean( the former having re Moreover. the drugs are dangerous, . tlrMl from her Broadway show and except in the hand of those skilled : both un.inir In a new singing and in ineir use. jirm.mur-. uruRKini are not schooled In the use of drugs. ' They are taught hnv to mix and I prepare ineni iur uonorj. ri n xi-h.t .... i.i. .mni .. j. ....a., iii.diiuii Miiu you advise for the removal of moles ; . iuw - nm- ,.,; -. cuiu. i grow? The lance, radium or x-rays will re move moles. The knife 1 most cer tain, less painful, not dangerous and most quickly over. 2. Rub well Into the roots of the eyebrows a title of the following: Pilocarpine 2 grains Quinine sulphate i drsm Lanolin "j ounce Petrolatum '.4 ounce Coughs. Colds and Grip Are symptoms of a weakness that is shown by inflamed membranes helps clear away the waste, restores the appetite, aids digestion,. and the strength. Then the new, rich blood removes the inflammation, restores the tone of the membranes, and the cold is gone. As a tonic following severe colds or influenza it will be found a valuable aid to complete recovery. In cases of chronic catarrh its regular administration has re stored thousands to health. A few doses at the first symptom of cold the depression that always starts it will ward off suffering. Forty-four Years of Success Have made Pernna foremost in the preparedness of the American home to meet the ills of the body. Your home might be the bet ter by using Peruna. Tablet or Liquid Form. Manalin Tablets. M&nalin Tablet are a new form of a time tested laxative. They are delicious to use, safe and effective, re- storinif action to COMING SOON TO LOCAL THEATERS Attractions to Be Seen at Playhouses in the Near Future. Alia Nazlmova brings '"Ceptlon Shoals," the new play by Austin Adams, to the Belasco Theater next week. In the portrayal of the stellar role Nazlmova Is at first a girl arising from the sea In a scant and tattered swimming sunt, asking the only man she has ever spoken to except her father the whys and wherefores of "a woman's life. In the second act her display of Ignorance as to how babies come Into the world Ts declared to uncover such a vein of naive, bub bling comedy as she has never hither to displayed. In the last act her starved and cheated womanhood turns to a sort of madness and she finally goes out Into the stsrm, her rag baby In her arms. Nazlmova will bring to the Belasco Theater the entire New York Princess Theater company. National Follies. The famous "Ziegfeld Follies" of 1010 will be the New National The ater offering during the week com mencing Monday evening. The or ganization Is coming to this city, fol lowing engagements In New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Pittsburgh, where the big review has been trcelved with unueual favor. ine hundred ind flf'y entertainers are finployed In the presentation of thfl rlcct. .Mi;:.t: the many players will b Ina Claire, Anna Pennington, Fanny Brlce, Allyn King. Emma Mabel Halg, Tot Qualters, Mae Carman, Gladys Feldraan, Alma Braham, P.ert Wil liams. Bernard Granville. Will Rog ers, Sam B. Hardy, W. C Fields. Carl Itandall. Don Barclay. Norman uiume, Arthur Rose, and many others. The celebrated Ziegfeld lroad way beauty chorus Is one of the numerous fea tures of the newest "FollluV Gayety Burlesque. j -. i.;r i- "., iorf two-act I "A A Ife In very I ort, .a two-act i i musical comedy In ten scenes, is theju was wnije selling her wares In one attraction to be presented by bam 1 Howe's Big Show, at the Gayety Theater next week. The cast Is headed .by Sam Howe, Eva Mull, and Dee Loretta, and in cludes a chorus of twenty girls. The action centers about the affairs of Commodore Fllmsky, owner of a yacht, who Is constantly In trouble by reason of his propensity for falling In love with every pretty face he sees. The opening scene Is laid in Ven ice, and the others, following in rapid succession. Include Barcelona, Paris, Persia, Tokyo, and London, ending at the famous English race course, Epsom Downs, where an exciting race occurs. Poll's "RIcbMan. roor Man." George Broadhurst's most recent play, "Rich Man, Poor Man." will be next week's offering of the Poll riay ers. The play was originally pro duced during the present season at the Forty-eighth Street Theater, New York city, with remarkable success. The story concerns the fortune that follows the brylnglng of a little girl to an Inexpensive boarding house by her dying mother. Bab becomes an orphan before she Is old enough to realize her unfortunate position. However. Bab Is unlike Cinderella. In one respect, for the home In which she finds herself Is one of happiness. B. F. Keith's Vaudeville. the he.dllne position Is divided be- tween Elsa Ryan, supported by Will-. M r.-if in 'Pc- for Short" a; " , .' . .,.J!,..i.- ,. oh,r I one-act sketch, embodying the cnar-j acterlstlcs of her heroine In "Peg o' piano feature. other attractions will Include rnar chlc" Sale. Impersonator of rural type: .lames J. Morton; vanrta iinfr slnteri hv Betfilo Rublno and : :. ,-L .-. - -mniin' ill - I nr j'Hncinic .iri oi Delhi:" the Melody Six Maids; Maxi p-nmif. anrt Irene llirarno. in n mu- sical comedy sketch; Parish and Peru; the Rials: the pipe organ recitals, and Mrs. Vernon Castle In the tenth episode. "War In the Door Yard," of! "Patrla." Philadelphia Orrhestra Marea 20. Next Tuesday afternoon at the New I National Theater, the Philadelphia Orchestra will make Its final appear ance of the season In the Capital. For Health and How to Have It A new book of common sense treatment of many Ills, with hints on how to stay well. Distributed free by druggists, or will be sent direct on applica tion. Read it and profit the bowels and a rousing the liver. By their use the habit of constipa tion may be over come. 10 aad 25 casta. THE PERUNA COMPANY, Colombiu, Ohio this concert Leopold Stokowskl haa arranged a distinct novelty in an all- Itusslan orchestral program. Gabrllorrltsch Friday. Friday afternoon, at 4:30, Osslp Gabrllowltsch, the Russian planat. will he heard in recital at the New National Theater. The program will be as follows: Fantasia F minor. Opus 43. sonata. B flat minor. Opus 33; Allegro. Scherzzo, Funeral March. Presto. Six preludes, Opus 28; G major, i; minor, E flat ma lor. D flat major. F major. B flat minor. Ballade, A flat major. Opus 48; Nocturne. B major, opus w; Mazurka, B minor, and Scherzo, B minor. Opus 20. All numbers by Choplnj Elmendorf. A trip down the Rhine and a visit to the old German towns, Weimar, Eisenach. Rothenburg and Nurem berg, will make up the fourth chap ter In Dwlght Elmendorfs new cycle of Illustrated travel talks to be pre sented at the NenpNatlonal Theater tomorrow (Thursday) at 4:30 p. m. As each place associated with the lives of. the great musicians Is vis ited, Mr. Elmendorf will personally play selections from their best known compositions, either on the great or gan or the piano. To Describe Somme Battle. Frederick Palmer, author of "The Last Shot," "The Old Blood" and "My Second Year of the War," who was the accredited American correspon dent with, the British forces in France and spent four months about the battle of the Somme, win ae ecrlbe that battle, with the aid of specially chosen official French and Brjtlsh motion pictures, at the Ma sonic Auditorium Wednesday after noon, March 21. at 4:30 o'clock. The lecture has drawn record audiences In most of the cities of the East and Middle West. I-oetr's Columbia Films. Daudet'a famous novel "Sapho," has been taken as the foundation for the photoplay of that name In which Pauline Frederick will be the pictur ed star at Loew's Columbia next Sun day, Monday. Tuesday, and Wednes day. Sapho, whose real name Is Fanny Lcgand, Is the daughter of poor peo ple, her father being a coaenman, ana her early home Is little more than a hovel In the slums of Paris. -She Is run nf the nuaint elrl flower-sellers on the streets of Paris earning a few u dalIy which she Is compelled to ,.. ,,. .nnnrt of th famllv. 0f the big restaurants that ane is first seen by Caoudal. the famous sculptor, who recognizes her wonder ful beauty and persuades her to pose for him. The luxury or his studio opens her eyes to the miserable squalor of her own home and awakens in ner an un suspected love for the beautiful things of life. One step leads to another, and It Is not long before she becomes the most talked-of and sought-after mod el of Paris, adding almost dally to the admiring throng of suitors whleh surrounds her. The story Is the his tory of her career. Beginning Thursday and for the last halt of the week Jack Plckford will be seen as the' star In "The Dum my," a plcturlzatlon of the great stage success of the same name. SNOWBOUND IN-ALBANIA Robert W. Imbrle, of Ambulance Corps, Writes Home. A vivid description of Albania In wartime Is found in a letter written by Robert Whitney Imbrle, of the American Ambulance, who was recent ly decorated with the "croIx de guerre" by the French government. The letter, received yesterday by his aunt,' Mrs. Charles Henry Flsh baugh, of 1TS01 Q street northwest, tells of his enforced stay In Albania because of the Impassable condition ' " mountain .road. Into Serbia. WIFE USES HATPIN. PHILADELPHIA, March 14 After an animated argument which his wife punctuated wltn a natpin, iawara Hean, twenty-four jreara old. present ed himself at the Children's Homeo pathic Hospital with a piece of the pin embedded In an elbow. The surg eons had to cut away part of the bone to remove the remainder of the argu ment. When they were through Hean i . . , . n r. v.t u..ir lvrm oam ""! -" "" ALUMNI EXCURSION ARRANGED Arrangements for the annual excur sion of the McKlnley Manual Train ing School Alumni Association April R were completed today by John Har den, nresldent of the association. A boat has been chartered to make three trips to Marshall Hall. A committee consisting of Mr. Harden, James O'Connell. and J. Harper Snapp Is ar ranging a program. . Peruna builds up fm l SZ'VrT Til WEALTH OF MUSIC' AT FINAL CONCERT Elena Gerhardt Captivates Lis teners At the Boston Sym phony Orchestra. Sheer beauty In the music of the orchestra and nobility and rare love liness In song characterized the final concert of the Boston Symphony Or chestra, under Dr. Karl Muck, at the National Theater yesterday after noon, with Elena Gerhardt as soloist. With an Incomparable program of .-u.n annt- with orchestra. Mme. Gerhardt sang, as Washington has never heard her before. She seemed to reach the heights in both Insight and In vocal expression. Rare is ths beauty and purity of her voice, and .!. feaa it hr command a lesrato that is faultless, graced with subtlety In intonation, ana also a oreaaw mo nobility In her climaxes that ever re tain this beauty. Varied Works of Art. Her interpretations of songs of Beethoven and Wolf were varied art works that brought her Insistent re calls after each group. Truly ex alted was that great song of Bee thoven, "Die Ehre Gottes In der Na- tur," with Its Arm beauty oi tone, the awe in it and an exquisite lyric touch. It Is this variety of mood and musical expression that Baa brought her the name of the greatest German lleder singers, -mere coum o " tenderer beauty than the Wolf "Ver h.,.iiii.ii " while the exaulslte le gato of the Beethoven "Wonne der Wehmut" ana nis -jreuavou unu leldvoll" was pure music. Significant was the dramatic concept of the Bee thoven "Die Trommel. geruhret"; and "Der Freund" of Wolf, with their martial meaning, while the orchestra cave the finest of settings to mese gems of songs. The symphony was tne Aiozaru "Jupiter," that Dr. Muck gave with it. i .nlrlr .nil Inirratlatlnsr suavity. Like an old Italian vocal score was the ringing, melodious Deauty oi me andante, with Its exquisite detail and . wtnil Attn Tm minuet he Brave ruggedly, but with exquisite grada tions In values, wniie tne nnaie was vital, rich textured and full of grace. Formalism In Atmosphere. The Oriental sketch, for orchestra, of Borodin, Dr. Muck gave with ele gance of phrase, beauty of tone and much charm, but one felt a formalism In It that had nothing of the atmo sphere, the mystery that is Infused Into this Russian music by the Rus sians themselves. The closing number, uoiamarns "Spring" overture, left one a memory of Joy and nature. It was given with buoyancy, with vivid nature pictures In tone, and a light melodic grace as ornament rather than substance. The . .!.!. ! j-anarltv audience. closed the 117th performance of the Boston aympnony urcunu " -Ington. J. MB' K. C. "TAG DAY" SATURDAY Keane Council to Raise Funds for St. Ann's Infant Asylum. Saturday has been designated as "tag day" by Keane Council, Knights of Columbus, and., the wives and sis ters of the members will sell taga on the streets up town to .raise funds for St. Ann's Infant Asylum. The committee, headed by J. T. S. Burns, Is composed of Mrs. S. M. Tucker, vice chairman; J. E. Deslat- tes. secretary: J. A. Cahlll, treasurer. and Mrs. S. M. Gantley. Mrs. T. Urom ley, Mrs. F. Haake, Miss Irene Stack, Miss L. V. Barnes, Mrs. Mary C. Mv Closky, Miss Mary Barnes, Miss Mary Wolfe. Miss Clara McNalley, Miss K. Nan, Miss Mary T. Walsh, Mrs. T. Baldwin, Mrs. J. A. Sullivan, Miss M. Slate, Mrs. F. Erter. Jtjss M. Smith Mrs. C. Hennessy, Mrs. 31. C. Clark, Miss M. Tucker. Miss G. McNalley, Miss Helen Coate. Mrs. N. Malone, Mrs. J. Mulhare. Mrs. W. Fahey, Mrs. J. Leary, Mrs. E. Dawson, Mrs. A. J. Sullivan, Mrs. M. J. Ready, Misses Llnskey, Mrs. Dean, Mrs. A. J. Mcln tyre. Miss A. Kelly, Mrs. Bechtel. Mrs. A. Lyons, Miss K. R. Ready, Misses Etter. Miss Ella Hewitt, Mrs. J. Ma honey, Mrs. Charles Latterner, Mrs. Resinol doeswonders for sick skins That itching, burning ikin-trouble which keeps you scratching and digging, is a source of embarrass ment, as well as of torment to you. Why don't you get rid of it by using Resinol Ointment? Physicians pre scribe it constantly. In most cases, it stops itching instantly and heals eruptions promptly. It is very easy and economical to use. Bold tr "11 drarthts. Rnlsnl Oinnunt should Biaallr b feded by Rctiool Soap. (pmtVHCBHlfft'0'MJO ENDS CATARRH, ASTHMA, Bronchitis, Croup, Coughs, and Colds, or money back. Sold and guaranteed by O'Donnell's Drug Store. HYOME R. C Lohmyer, Mrs. M. A. McCarty, Mrs. D. Barry, Misses Holloran, Miss 1L Collins, and Miss Anna Myers. WASHINGTONIANS TO SPEAK Several Invited to Address Confer ence on Chltd Labor. Several "Washlngtonlans have been. Invited to address the thirteenth na tional conference on child labor, which convenes In Baltimore for three days commencing March S3. The con ference will be In McCoy Hall. Dr. D. Carlos M. dePen. minister to the United States from Urguay. and Charles P. O'Nell, former commission er of labor, are among those naton ally prominent from this city who have been invited to address the con ference. Others from this city who will Desk before the body are Dr. A. J. McKelway, Southern secretary jof the National Child Labor Committee; A. C, Monohan. of the Bureau of Ed ucation; P P. Claxton, United States Commissioner of Education, and Dr. W. J. Kerby, of the Catholic Univer sity. FLIGHT FEATURE OF BAZAAR Suffragist to FJy From New York - To Washington. As the first feature of the mld- LenUn bazaar to be held by the Na tional American Woman Suffrage As sociation, beginning tomorrow night and contlnulnguntll Saturday night. Miss Dorothy -Folks, & well-known aviator ana sunragisi, win nr w Washington from New Tork In her new aeroplane. Arrangements are being made by A committee to give her a. reception when she lands, south of the Whits House. . . In charge of the bazaar is tne roi lowing executive committee: Miss Heloise Myer, chairman; Miss Cath erine Newton, Mrs. Cato Sells, Mrs. riv Tallman and Mrs. A. Garrison McLlntock. The bazaar will be nem. at tne as sociation's headquarters. 1020 Rhode Island avenue northwest. Do you ever have thcblucs"? That discouraged feeling often comes from a disordered stom ach, or an inactive liver. Get your digestion in shape and the bile acting properly then the "blues" wUl disappear. You will soon be cheerful, if you take BEEWAM'S PIUS the people's remedy for life's common ailments. They act thoroughly on the stomach, liver and bowels, and soon reg ulate and strengthen these im portant organs. Purely vege tablecontain no harmful drugs. Whenever you feel despondent a few doses will Make Tilings look Brighter Sab of Aay MooUm bi Um WorU. otmj !. Iaboxas.10c.2So. Satisfies Old And Young Elk Grove comes to you pure and fresh in germ proof car tons. AT ALL GROCERS' Golden & Co. 922-928 La. Ave. Wholesalers Only DANCING PROF. WYNDHAM J"h? ro Ct th Bt. Prt. Lb.. 7ic: all Unca tausht EYCrTfcody'a GolBar To Toddl Ur. aoU Aix. HartWy, uiroctor of stair a&4 tnto-Ui-minut danclnj;. Studio. 1123 lit u . w. x'oonti norm mi. map, uo. MISS CLEMENTS UodiTTJ dances taught. PrlTaU or cUm. Ids laiswvn. fta 11. f- - Ma. .. aw. MILLER'S, Belaaco Theater. Phont Msla SI2I till-17 Dances. MISS CHAPPELEAR, Class Tuesday Evenlix. UtJ Q ST. N. W. PHONE NORTH BU. PH1VATE LE8SON3 BT APPOINTMENT. GLOVER'S. Ill 22nd. CUroes Tuu., Ftt. Drum. Prtr. lessons aay hr.. Mo: latest mttlwls, Ballroom for rat, IS. .Ph. W. lia. Mrs. Cobb & Mr. Mukt-, mt Uinai la disvy or canine. AMUSEMENTS DELUXE STAR AND GARTER SHOW In -At the Msrdl Or as" and "All Aboard" EXTRA "The Carousel" and "Ths Great Deluge." NEXT WEEK "SAM HOWS." m4 fiKtiv'wwwm lfoIMFPBsWsla"r,fll 9LJ McDougalla Bytvord jh Millions of Homes Wherever you find a home with a McDougall Kitchen Cabinet in it, there you'will find chap py, healthful housewife. Just one touch and this modern miracle of a serv ant presents every need ed article for the prepara tion of a meal- right be fore you. The New Asto-Frost MeDoegall Cabinet, $24.75. '"The Roomiest and Best' Kitchen Cabinet made for the price.'' Furniture of Character Furniture of Quality Furniture of Originality Thrift Clab Carckar AVlth Cash rnrchases. Hecht & Co. Seventh St. Near F AMUSEMENTS ajaTIAMU TOMGHT AT 8C0 HIIUHJlL MAT. SATURDAY Charles SYohman Fressats The Case of Lady Camber With Ltd Hardliur.. liirr BoUndJ Srdnr ailsids, H.B.Hrbrt W. I.. Abingdon. Kat Scrsrantsoir Loul. Kmery. Henry Domton. A Flay far HORACE AKNESLBT VACHELX. NEXT WEEK SEATS TOMORROW THE WORLD'S GREATEST.. FOLLIES Nlrhts. Orchestra.- HM: Baleonr C ttJS: GaUerr. Re. Me. iUt.. OrclMStra. ttt Baleonr tt. ,11.50. l; Gallery. Me. Mall Orders Now. E LMENDORF Tmhwtow I OLD GERMAN kUM I TOWNS . A MCSICAt. JOURXET. Piano illustrations by MR. EUIENDOrtr. Kirch 2!. Garden ot Allah; March :. Mexico. Seats sclllnc (or all .lectures, 21c. .Je. H.SI. NINTH CONCERT TEX STAB SERIES. FyGabrilowitsch AMD The Brilliant Russian PUnlat. w' ALL CHOPIX PROGRAM Tickets. fZjOO, 9lJi9, 1-O0, 75c, T. Arthur Smith, 1306 G St. 'Last Concert This Season PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA THESIAY 4:3. LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI. Conductor. Entire nosslan Program. Tickets. tZSO. tZJOO, S1.SO. I.0O. Tie. Office ofT.A'rthurSmlth.2WaSt. BELASCO TOIIGHT 8:20-50: to S2.00 SIATS. TODAY AXD SAT. SCO. SAN CARLO GRAND OPERA CO. Todar.'Mat.. Msrtha:" Tonight (2 operas), 'Caralleria-Pssllacc!:" Thursday. "La Glo conda:" Friday. "Rlgoletto:" Sat. list Lohensrin:" Sat. Eve.. "II TroYatore." II to He; Boxes, -50. Mats., UM to Wc; Boxes, I2.00. Last Time Tomorrow At 3 YVETTE GUILBERT In Tolk Sooic and Ballad. Assisted on the tlolln hy EMILY GRESSER. on the piano by GITS' TAVE FERRAnl. NEXT WEEK SKATS XOW. NAZIMOVA In n Jfeir American Play "'CEPTION SHOALS" By AUSTIM ADAMS. , DOLLAR MAT. WED. REG. MAT. SAT. B. F. KEITH S EIEBYDAT Mat's., Sc: Era's, :3c to tl.OO. "Arouses Patriotisms-Herald "AMERICA FIRST" SSS. !onc Hits. Thrilllnc Drills, Jolly Girls. As. 4 MARX BROS.' CO.,, DorothT Toye. Harry Beretford A Co. Ac Next Elsa Ryan A Co.. LamberUA BalL, LOEW'S COLUMBIA Continuous. Mora.. Aft., U. II Cents. 10:30 A. M. to II P. M. NMshttvlO. li, 3 Cents. ALL THIS WKKK MARY PICKFORD in "A Poor Little Rich Girl" Grand Pino Oraan. Symphony Orchestra. Tonight at 838 I tT em 1 M I ) tcM jH'HaMTt.orrwfc!! mmvj USuttUe THE rOFUI.AR POLI PLATERS In Morosco's Smashlnc Comedy Success, "MILE-A-MIHHTE KENDALL" Scst Week Rich Man. Poor Man WE TEACH Y6I TO SKATE Central Coliseum, Orer Center ,Uirk. Mh aad Pa..aT: t SESsJbAa J)AILT al 41 y Jfe