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THE WASIIIXGTOy TDIES. SATURDAY, MAY 11. 1018. PHWMiWi1 ..J . The PEPCO Service Man Is at Your Service to locate and correct trou ble in your lighting system; to install new lamps where needed; '- to make minor repairs and adjustments so that your electric appliances will work smoothly and satisfactorily; in fact, it is his duty to ren der such small service as may - - - be necessary to make our -Electric Service completely satisfactory to consumers. Call Main 7260 Any Time Day or Night and , the PEPCO Service Man Will Respond toaelfeetricrbffier Co. 14th & CSts. Phone M 7260 PER HI'S FRY SELL $1 KISSES FOR RED CROSS rifty kises were cold to "Washing ton Kirli at Jl each by Pcrehlns'a soldiers Just back from France to aid the Red Cross last night. Three blushing veterans were se lected for kissing duty by fifty of the Capital's fairest. The oscillatory attack netted the Red Cross Just J50 It was only for sweet charity's sake and the pleasure of serving the coun try that the war heroes capitulated, threw up their arms and enfolded the Slrls and women. The trio of soldiers, all from Per shing's fighting fifty." surrendered their lips and arms when a maid said' I'll give a dollar to the Red Cross for a kiss " The rush for caresses from the soldier heroes was the answer. "If this is war. what will the spirit df General Sherman say?" breathed a busy veteran, when the llrst-llne trenches were carried bv the women The kisses were delightfully varied Thl scene followed an overflow meeting In Liberty Hut, on Union Sta tion Plaza, last night, when the trio of soldiers addressed a gathering of hundreds of persons on a field op posite the building. In addition to the $30 raised by the sale of kisses, three men matched a stranger with 35 contributions to the Red Cross. The young women who came finan cially unprepared for the auction be moaned their fate and attempted to take souvenirs from the uniforms of Pershing's fighters. It took a police guard to rescue the soldiers. DROP 24 TONS OF BOMBS. LONDON. May 11. An official state ment today of aerial fighting Thurs day, said that thirty-nine German ma chines and one balloon were brought down by British fliers. Six British machines failed to return. About twenty-four tons of bombs were drop ped on various German railway sta tions, as well as on Zeebrugge, 5" Swift Oompanr'a aalM or frub beef In tTuhlnetan. D. C. for the week endlnr Saturday. Mar 4. UK. avtrartd .39 ctau per pound. XirU If Swift & Company Made No Profit . The cattle raiser would receive only Ys cent a pound more for his cattle So small is Swift & Company's profit on-any, single transaction that if it were, turned over to the cattle raisers of the' country, they would receive only Ys cent a pound more for cattle than they receive now. n;: Swift & Company pays for live cattle about 96 of the amount received for dressed meat and by-products. The remaining 10 ?& pays for packing-house expense, freight to market, operation of distributing houses and profit Swift & Company's actual figures per head for 1917 on over two million cattle were as follows: Receipt Payments PrOtn By-products $24.00 26 ITOJtl Meat $68.97 74X Total $93.06 ? Total $93.06 rrrflto S.tli.1 FrlkJ - ., This net profit of $1.29 per head averages Ya cent a pound live weight . " And out of this small net profit dividends must be paid to the" shareholders. Year Book of interesting and in structive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois Swift & Company, U. S. A. Local Branch, 10-14 Center Market, Washington, D. C H f! H Penny Ante LADIES night By Jean Knott wmm -W&MTt 'vmAyj i KM V. S. Potent Otlf.' m . .. .... i.iucruco DoM' KNOW vunu'wi ..,-.. -r i. AlT . n I .iCl 1 DOMT FEEL A vi i w-". . RMT THEM.J- rr- ' DOMT kNom UIHAT TO Po - 'Ww4U35!& oust sua vtRseuF SUIT VERSELF - . . . . . --- zr WE'LL GO, AM (F V DOMT VME WOST. DoMT Go OM AV ACCOUNT X AlMT CTtXzy ABOUT THIS LADIES NIGHT BUSINESS 'MM, '3M or Diamond." Wednesday? "Burn day nU Friday. Harry MoreV la. .V Itichelnr Children." Salutdiy. Hon- roc Salmbi ry nnd Kuth Clifford In "Tin" Ouili of Silence " i5,ooo;oqtL jjews. itiW6pLD. NEW' V6hv."May 1L TVere are 15.000.000 JWj In the. worldand 1. 500.000 of ltm llvelaJiXworliin New York ciy,jAccordiM" & tlfcj Jewish Cortmunal1lesller for 'lOlT-Vi r l r&s'.V- " - iV V Vfe, s t V Li-i-JSPs?- 'a i-c " 7 i. "" TWf ha! ha!! J kjR.fM VCOUUDMT D?ACr T$W HER AvuAV FRo H rv THAT PARTY WITH E Wm A TEAM OF ELEPHANTS M Olllftm SHE'S O"7" a ,E 5-l y'A. w-! ArvTNv &?3..;ftiS MasKM? mgw guSffW rtfui emm auc French or Spanish LEARH FRENCH "While You Play Abmn Ttftebta G9 tmfnl queatlotia: Mow to k. for 44 o. r 1 1 tlm or food A manr jt;br xprt- oor bor or tost voldlrr . awtetfeoart tbm r Too can Dlar LINOo at tsona and learn bow to prononac correctly lb French nam yon raa4 la tho vapors dallr. I-INOO ta a faaelnatlnr ram. It taacm ana imuies. i crd. sla 2 x SW la If your deaitr cannot anpplr yon. nd to The Ccnlaphrasc Society ess hekd hldh.. j'uiiu r.i. Famous Actress In Film Play Here 1 Wednesday. Gladys Brockwell in "The j White and Blue Blood," and a Drew ! DeMl'.i Wheel." also a BlUIe West I comedy Saturday, Madge Evans In ' comedy. Thursday, Mabel Taliaferro ' "Wanted, a Mother." In "Draft i58," and "The Slrlt of the, OLYMPIC Sunday, Mary Garden In Red Cross." Friday. Francis X. , "The Splendid Sinner" Bushman and Beverly Bayne in "Red, i STRAND Sunday, through Wed- sar ' TBaBaBaHaBaBav TTm i r- nesday, John Barrymore In "Raffle, the Amateur Cracksman." Thursday, Friday and Saturday H. B. Warner In "God's Man." GARDEN Sunday. Monday and Tuesday. William Russell In "Herts THERE'S always room at the Turkish Bath. Perfect Service Never Closed. RIGGS BAffi ISlh & G Streets Uas. Treasurr Depb AMUSEMENTS I AMUSEMENTS MOSEMEHTS AMUSEMEffTS v- 0LGA PETR0VA, Who is featured in "The Light With in" at the Garden Theater Tonight. Feature Films For Next Week IM.M.'I.MWL-1 H:M.'I.WIMtt-l " iTB BB iBa Eves. 20c mod Sunday i t 1L ARE YOU,JCEEPING UP. WITH Tx4E TIMES?, &&. 1 KNICKERBOCKER -- Sunday and Monday, Constance Talmadge in "Up Hie Road With Sally" Tuesday and Wednesday, Francis X. Bushman and Bcvery Baynn In "With Neatness and Dispatch." Thursday and Friday. Douglas Fairbanks in "Mr Fix-It " Saturday, Ethel Claton In "The Jour ney's End " CASINO Sunday and Monday Con stance TalmadRr in "The I.eon " Tuesday and Wednesday. Norma Tal raadge in "By Right of lurchaae Thursday, Alice Brady In "At the Mercy of Men." Friday and Satur day, Clara Kimball Ylung In "The House of Glass." CRANDAL.LS Sunday and Monday. William S. Hart In "The Tiger Man Tuesday. June Elvidge in "The Old est l.aw " Wednesday, through Sat urday I'lara Kimball Young in "The Reason Why " SAVOY Sunday and Monday, Clara Kimball Young in "The Houie of Glass." Tuesday Mae Marsh in "The Face In the Dark." Wednesday. Elsie Ferguson in "The Lie " Thursday. Sir Forbes Robertson In "Masks and Faces." Trlday Harold Ixickwood In "The Landloper " Saturday, Jack Pickford in "His Majesty, Bunker Bean " APOLLO Sunday and Monday. William S Hart In "The Tiger Man " Tuesday, Kitty Gordon in "The Pur ple Lily." Wednesday, Madge Ken nedy In "The Danger Game " Thurs day, Seasue Hayakawa in "The Honor of His House." Friday, Alice Brady In "At the Mercy of Men " Saturda, Harold Lockwood in "The Landlopei ' AVENUE GRAND Sunday and Monday, Norma Talmadgu in '!! Right of Purchase " Tuesday, Viola Dana In "Breakers Ahead " Wednes da and Thursda), William S Hart in "The Tiger Man " Friday, Montague Loe in "The C'ros Bearer" Satur day, Scssue Hayakawa in "The Hon or of His House." AMERICAN Sunday. Clara Kimball Young in "The House of Glass." Mon day Harold Lockwood In T'he Land loper." Tuesday. Madge Kennedy in "The Danger Game." Wednesday Wallaee Reid in "The Thing We Ixve " Thursday, Alice Brady In "The Trap " Friday, Elsie Ferguson In "The Song of Songs " Saturday, William S. Hart in "Blue Gulch." HOME Sunday, "The Barrier." also a Ford Weekly and a Mutt and Jeff comedy. Monday. Dorothy Phillips and I.on Choney In "Broadway Love," also a Christie comedy. Tuesday and Wednesday. Mabel Taliaferro in "Draft J3V and Hearst ,'athe news Thursday. Emmy Wehlen in "The Shell Game." also a Drew comedy Friday, Madge Evans in "Wanted, a Mother" and a Hearst Pathe news Saturday, Mary Miles Mlnter in "Beauty and the nogue," also a Utrand comedy CAROLINA Sunday. William Ru" ell in "In Bad ' alM a Strand co edy Mondi. Tli. Bartier nnd Ford Weekly nnd a Mutt and ! eomed T'ireda EMu 1 Clayton i 'Easy Money," and s, Christie comedy. Mats.10cDaily,1to11P.Mr-Sun.,3lo11P.M. SUN.-MON. Constance Talmadge The Vivacious Star In a Delightful Vehicle "THE LESSON" TUES. WED. Norma Talmadge In An Absorbing Drama of a Strange Marriage Compact "BY RIGHT OF PURCHASE" THURS. Alice Brady In a Russian Story of Tensely Thrilling Scenes "AT THE MERCY OF MAN" FRI. SAT. Clara Kimball Young In a Film Version of the Successful Play "THE HOUSE OF GLASS" TO 11 P. M.QIIM MONTHS AXD OllS P. M. " FIRST WASIIIJfGTO.V SHOWING CONSTANCE TALMADGE la a Captlrattac Comedy Dotted With Thrills. UP THE ROAD WITH SALLY 77 Flrt ShonliirTIIFg Wgn''"' Phovtlnc FRANCIS X. USHMAN AND BEVERLY BAYNE In Kenneth I- Robert's Kseltlnx and Lave Interest Story. "With Neatness and Dispatch" THURS FRI DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Smiling IIU War Thronsh HU Funniest Kfort, "MR. FIX-IT" 2-.:in to tl I' ! SAT. --30 TO 11 P. 1. ETHEL CLAYTON At3Ier."Bet ! n,relnmtlnit CafaegygramaT'";- y?r- "TUIT- IftFI'BryKrVZGSrsr'MJTl- r a ai w m m mi a tm mm && . tf T 9 g3 to 11 P. M. SUN. MON 11 A. M. to 11 P. M.a WILLIAM S. HART In the Strongest Characterization of His Career "THE TIGER MAN" t. JUNE ELVIDGE In An Absorbing Drama "The Oldest Law" Clara Kimball Young In a Picturization of Elinor Glyn's Remarkable Story "The Reason Why" J3 to 11 P. M. SUN. MON. 6:30 to 11 P. M." CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG "The House of Glass" Toe-Mae Marsh - "The Face in the Dark" We Elsie Ferguson "THE LIE"V Thurv SIR FORBES ROBERTSON '" "MASKS AND FACES' Fri HAROLD LOCKWOOD n "The Landloper" JACK PICKFORD n "HIS MAJESTY, BUNKER BEfifi r SSnSffl BJBT3SfBBI ALWA1S A I.UUU SHOW SUNDAY 3 TO 11 r. M. CXARA KIMBALL YOUNG in "The House of Glass" - HAROLD LOCKWOOD in "The Landloper" ns- MADGE KENNEDY in "The Danger-Game" " WALLACE REID in "The Thing Ve Love" Turns. AUCE BRADY in "The Trap" "" ELSIE FERGUSON in "The Song of Songs" "" WILLIAM S. HART in "Blue Gulch" rnd Mack Sennctt Comedy, "It Pas to Exercise" ALWAYS A ROOD SHOW 3 to 11 P.M. Sunday Mondnr l30 fo tl P.M. WILLIAM S. HART in "The Tiger-Man" tues. KITTY GORDON in "The Purple Lily" XVEa- MADGE KENNEDY in "The Danger-Game" Tiiuns. . sESSUE HAYAKAWA in "The Honor of His House" ?"T - ALICE BRADY in "At the Mercy of Men" BBrrtfwi'lB mmm AL.WA1S A COOI) SHOW MATIXEE I1AII.Y SAT- HAROLD LOCKWOOD in "The Landloper" And FATTY ARBUCKLE in "The Bell-Boy" 3 to 11 P. M. Sunday Monday SdO to II n. m. NORMA TALMADGE in "By Right of Purchase" k VIOLA DANA in "Breakers Ahead" S- WILLIAM S. HART THUllS. in "The Tiger-Man" "" MONTAGU LOVE a "The Crocs-Bearer" " SESSUE HAYAKAWA in "The Honor of His House" And the Keystone Comedy, "Afraid to B; Falsa"