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STRIKE CLOSES THEATERS.
JROAM, Jan. T.? ?y*ry Am? ' thwltr and a number In Hot- | ? ? ? ? ?' lerdam k?r? b??n tloaad u I rwult ot Ik* tclon' slrlka. It ll Mid tk* prevailing calarle* paid actors w*a not above 130 florl^a par month. ASPIRIN-Its Uses First k?-oduc*d by "Bayer" la th? Year 1900 The mbc "Bayer" iJentifles the tru?, world-famous Aspirin pre acribed by physicians for nineteen years. The name "Beyer" mean* genuine Aspirin proved safe by millions of people. achc, Toothache, Earache, Neural gia, Lumbago, RheiimatUni, Neu ritis and Pain generally. Always any "Bayer" when buy ing Aspirin. Than look for the safety "Bayer Croes" on the pack In each unbroken package of age and on the tablet*. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" you ! Handy tin boxes of twelve tab are told how to eefely t?ke thin ! lets cost but a few cents. Drug genuine Aspirin for Colds, Head- I guts atao sell larger packages tiftrii U tr?4< auk e? Sir*' Mutfactmn MuautluiMMMi ?( MIitIIucM CONSUMPTIVE'S WIFE GRANTED ANNULMENT NEW YORK. Jan. T.?Supreme Ceurt Juellee Olagerlcfc l>u *0001104 tke Mrrl??e of (Mil* k*4 Habart Trohn oa the u*mii?1 around thai the buabaad had been eu Bering from tuberoula*l* before hie marrlaS* and had eon sealed the fact from hie krld*. This vai the rround on which Mra. Trohn brought her ault "The *vldeace eatieflee me." eaid Juello* Olegerlch In hie declalop, "that the defendant wae eufTenug from tuhoroulo*!* bafare the marriage, but withheld that information and. In fact, stated to her that hla ailment waa broaehllla and that he wae other wlae in good physical condition and free lo marry. Trohn la a proeperoue automobile dealer and married Mr*. Trohn In June, 1911. Before her marriage eh* wae Ml*a Dalla Deutech She knew Trohn four year* beror* the marriage, but n*ver euapected he had tubercu loele, ahe eald In her complaint. After *he dlaoovered that he wee In truth tubercular ah* left him. Trohn declared that he did not know the dlaeaa* waa contagloua. A ' 'Did I Take Prices Down a Peg? I Took 9em Down 'Several Pegs!" Says Old Man INVENTORY BERBERICH'S Annual After Inventory Sale began with a crash of prices and a crush of custom ers?people who know the BER BERICH policy, know BERBER ICH Shoes, and know that such a bargain event as this sale demands immediate buying consideration if you are to get the best of the city's best shoe bargains. - Ladlfif rhe famous Brooklyn made, light welts and turns, in pearl grays and A?auica pixie grays, kid and buck tops; good height patterns, covered Louis heels; sizes somewhat broken, but can fit you in several varieties, no or doubt. Price slightly over half present value LadiftS As^ *? see lliese 'tems- About twenty styles, and half as many hundred pairs Women's Novelty Dress Button Boots, dress welt soles, covered Louis heels, long drawn-out narrow effects. They come in solid field mouse as well as black vamps with Dixie gray tops, etc. None prettier or /?r better, no matter how high the price ^0*UD Ladies Brooklyn-made Turn Pumps?Trufit patterns?the kind that fit high over the instep to avoid slipping at tne heel. They come in the drawn out, narrow lasts?mat kid, patent colt and light gun metal calfskin; Qg covered Louis heels, as well as the baby French v I ? OJ Ladies <"an ^uy ^ese ^00^s w'*h safety and assured saving. Several hundred pairs of Women's Lace Boots?Cousins, Lane, and Patrician, and others as famous. In tans, grays and field mouse and black; kid and calf leathers; mili tary and Cuban heels; some with buck and cloth tops; all sizes and QT widths. Snappy and artful in workmanship ?PO*OD Ladies ^rown ancl tlie lighter shade of brown Nubuck Lace OP Boots; high pattern dress; welt sole and a leather Louis heel.W.OD Ladies Vnusual Fe,t Slipper Values. Pretty, warm, and comfortable. Not all sizes, but a great variety of patterns; pompom and fur trimmed, and a great range of colors. $139 $1.59 $1.85 Meil ^ half-dozen lines of Men's McElwain Tan Calfskin Shoes, in English ? u , ancl mcdium toes; straight lace a^d blucher effects; some QP with the swell wing tips, others with straight tips ?P0.09 Men Several lines of Burt & Packard's and Heywood's Cordovan English models, in beautiful brown and the handsome reddish f QC effects; all sizes and widths <pllaOD twenty dozens of Steadfast and Burt & Packard Guaranteed Burrojap, Black, Gun Metal, Calfskin Shoes?some with gray buck tops, Eng'ish and semi-English toes; A to n: sizes 6 to 9; worth fully $15 on the frQ or present market ?J>0*0D Men Genuine Tan Calfskin Shoes of the Barry and Craddock makes. Tans, koko browns, and the blood orange shades, in a variety of d??7 QP lasts, English and near-English; all sizes and widths, B to E $|,OD Men Black Shoes?Weber Bros.' Black Kidskin, and Craddock's Genuine Kangaroo Straight Lace Shoes?stylish, enduring, ir and comfortab.e a boon to tender feet; all sizes; widths B to E.... v0?4j Men *;xlra Special! Two complete lines of the Edwin Clapp, the world's finest shoes, in tan calfskin?English and semi-English toes; the 1 1 QC aristocrat of all men's shoes ?pll,O0 Men 5 grade tan English calfs'Mns and a few cordovans. Steadfast, Commonwealth, and Burt & Pickard make. About 80 pairs, and a good range of sizes taken collectively. English and semi-English lasts Tlfc fttrrrt fltor* Oalf $8.85 Speciftf Hosiery Values Tomorrow, Friday and Saturday T5 BOTH STORES. 813 |l 4 /? 1116,22 Pi,t Lbrberich/ 1 MBS. ROBERT TROHN, of New York, who ha* been grant ed an annulment of her marriage by Supreme Jub tice Glegerich on the un usual ground that her hue- I baud had been ? uttering from tuberculosis before his marriage and oon oealed the fact from her. POLICE ON TRAIL OF OHIO FUNERAL THIEF CINCINNATI Jan. 7?The funeral thief hie reaumed operation*, hie sec ond attempt having netted a diamond pin and ? go'd watch. The man mingles with the mourn ers and manages to secrete himself during the funeral services. When '.he mourners leave for the cemetery \n loots the place. AMUSEMENTS WEEK NIGHTS, 8:30 to 12 ARCADE 14th and Park Road. PERFECT PLACE TO DANCE Strict Ceaaor?Popular Price* AMUSEMENTS IWVNV OOHCUI UlFUMATMVIt ffS 8:30 itZw Mat.JILIACL ISSER MmM LEOPOLB MM1SKY SALVATOIEdiSTEFAlO World's U Jala* MUI TtahataM.M. MM. M M ?I.M, (IM. >1 Halaarv Tlisalrr ud It* I F ItUttl. rr Mala MM aad Fraaklla UN. SHOULD A WOMAN TELL? .C RAN DA LI, "8, f KHICICERBOCKER I l?th ?i?? CoL *4. T#4mj, BrfUllM at IM NAZI MOV A 1* Bar Grcataat PMiit "EYE FOR EYE" Nur A QAYETY Hip! Hip! Hooray! GirU With Harry D. WaH aad H?t?a M#*~lala N?it Wk 'Bwltpliw.' w|thFr?akTlanar CHAMBER MVIir WCIlTt. Anaonnca a Farias of ft I] Chamber Moalc Coaearta. Ballroom, Wardman Fvk Hotel, r?mna*rl?| Friday, Jaauarjr II, 1:M p. aa.. 1. Berkshire Qaartatte and Mra. Cm. Fe? body Knstls at tha piano. t. Fab. I.?Flooaalay Uoartetta. i. Fab. to?Aalaada Harp EmaiUa fSarea harpistsl and Mma. Perla FHJsch. 4. Karen 5?Cheralatafcy Trie ?. Mar. h 1?? Barren Ensemble. fl. April t?lM* quartette. Tickets far satire sariee. IK. Inn I a tleas at offlrr of M. F. Hilar. Ouray Bid*., phone Frank 11 o SMI, or I. naaald Jaaabeea. A sat. Mar. at Wardniaa Pari Haul. Musi eal Dept.. North I0000. raTVMM L.aaaM Pari H Wardman Park Hotrl aaaounrci Ftra Or lock Tea fallnwia* tha Chataher Moslr Conrerta. Far reeervaUoaa phoae Narth 10000. . PAI I V Twlc? Ilally, l!l4 and ?:15. F?nna. Ave. at Mb at. N.W. SI.1D1M. DULY WATSOM (hliimelfj Aad Mia Wonderfal Show Wrraillac Thursday Nl|hl Tl'RHER to. HANSON Notlrei Oar new phone Ka? Krfc., M33 The Blue Ribbon Is a Sign of Quality Supreme The Blue Ribbon on This Carton insures Butter of Quality Supreme. Ask your grocer for BLUE RIBBON Butter by name. Recognize it by the BLUE RIBBON on the package?a doubly sized and glazed carton that pre serves the original freshness and purity from churn to table. Wilson & Rogers 219 Tenth St N.*W. Wholesale Distributors, Main 9798. $100 or More If yon hare $100 or mors to In* ?est, and want the highest possible rata of intarast with ABSOLUTE SECURITY, let us tend you full particulars of Pi rot Mortgage* on Washington real estate?a form of Investment that is as sacura as the fact that Washington will continue to ba the Capital of this great oountry.# Write for Booklet Wm. S. Phillips. 1409 N. Y. Ave. Re+1 Estate Investments AMUSEMENTS WIU4AM III |L | ?habort I Pimmm HODQE la Ilia H'aim (??*?? * THE GUEST of HONOR" I Ml 6*01 UkV^IKI.- TW? nm.rt Tdgk^sbp U* mm4 J. J. IkokWt Pw SHUBERT . GAIETIES ??? With Jack Ktr**rtk, Hwr; Wataaa mm4 a ?clatlllatlng tkawar ?l tiara next week Matin*** Thursday and Saturday. SECOND VOYAGE?ikbad Triumphal raturq engagement of l"e w#r!a a greatest entertainer with ft* ??tlraljr now budget of tang*. MB All JOLSON la tha Wlqt.r Oar d*n'a Oriental traveaty SINBAD Th? Elltlan ?* 'tr?vu*nw of an. porl?tlvo ? p ! ? n - . - dor*. SEAT SALE THURSDAY Price*, night*: fl 00 to 13.00; Mata.: 00c to $2.00. Toalftht HOO?(I Mat. Tomor Menri. Lc? and J. J. bhubert rrcaent "THE MOOD OF THE MOON" A N?w American Drama Ey Cleve* Klnkaad, Author of "Common Clay" With ALMA TELL Wa?fc CaaunmrlaK Nam! Moaday?Seata Now OI.IVKR NOROK O'S Nevr Harvard Prtaa Tlay "MAMMA'S AFFAIRS" With ??Wrt fitwi Edit Sh'naM CithartM KwlrMi AmIii li*t?iin And Typical Maroaco Ca*t B.F.KEITH'S"; MIIIJ!',! III-AUS "Riotous"?Times LEW IOCKSTIlER ia Dm kill ulfn" OIIIMI frank F a r n u m. ywinii Georpe Krecr Ac Ammm Held. jr.. A Kmmrt t.llfoylc "Exploits of the German Sub U~'$3" Film*. "Once Upon a Time" with Jack l'rlni-eton Others. CENTRAL, HIGH JAM 7 0 IMh * Clifton. Wed.-Thar*. ?HW? I "0 Twice Again?Pop. Demand?The People'* NH-| Opera 8oe? Rollin Bond. Director PTn-a?Fo r Star Coal-?Orrhfatrn 3a?PurpaMln* Chora* Notable RCEN FRY?( OHTI MEN Elegant Completely New for Thin Production (?en arm I AdmMtlon?Reeerted t>eata ar? Two-Dollar Opera at a Com- CAn * 'Cminltr Prleo?At th? Door ?"C ATiONAL Tonight. S.JO TCIiVlfNh M-t SM 2l20 Mat too* Today, SOe to 12.00. COII.XN ft HARRIS Preaent TUB N ROYAL VAGABOND I COHANBED OPKRA COMlQll With WIIIINSON NL'WBOU) WEEK BEG;SUN0AY,JAN.11 """""IB WED. ? BAT. SEAT! TOMORROW A Biuale ahow nt ?nn* hits. Dellrloua hu mor, eagag I n jc romance mil rapllvat n> a k ? n girl a. SHOULD A WOMAN TELL? tVERT WEEK II6HT RAIN OR SHIRE DANCING 01 MAMIE TO MUSIC OITIRE Si.in to 12 GREATER PENN 6AR0ENS Pub. Ate. ?t 2la? It If.W, Refined?Popular Prlrea? *o Bxtraa IRASS BARD?TWICE EVERT OAT S-K-A-T-l-N-fi In (lie Only niiik In ( l(y and America'* Finest THE COLISEUM ?Vaaa. A*e. at Itk Over Caatar Mitt. Oallji 3i3t> to ??H to II?*undaya S to ft?A to lOtSO. SHOULD A WOMAN TELL? AMUSEMENTS AMU&UIUU RIALTO mailt At U II A. II,?AU WKMM?H P. M. Firet National Eakibitort Prooont TH ANITA STEWART In a Drama of Staff Lift ^ ? __ "MIND THE PAINT OIRL" From the Play by Sir Arthur Wing Pinaro l?M?l Orrhe.tro?l?S A?U?d NEXT ATTRACTION D. W. GRIFFITH'S Initial Production for Firet National KakiMtora (FRANCHISE OWNED BY TOM MOORE) "THE GREATEST QUESTION" WITH ALt lTAK I A'T MOORE'S GARDEN THEATER NINTH ??T. D ? ? 11 A. M?ALL WHIK-tl P. H. J. PARKIR UK AD. Jr. An Kxqui*\tf, Thrilling, Supor Production The "LONE WOLF'S DAUGHTER" Sequel to "The Lone Woir and "False Facet" Uy LOlll JOI1FH VARCE OrrtMtwl NKIm fclwm A? MOORE'S STRAND THEATER NINTH AT D II A. M?ALL WBBK?11 P. M. Samuel Goldwyn Pretenlf Mabel Normand IN PINTO A Peppy, Sparkling Comedy of New York and Arizona Saerlal Mttlt IIImiH Snhjeeta NEXT WIlK-y. Stuart Blackton'a Special Production "MY HUSBAND * orHCR WIF?", WITH SYLVIA BREAKER ARO ROBT, GORDON The House of Recognised Preeminence CRANDALL'S METROPOLITAN F ST. AT TENTH ? Is This Week shattering Ail Atteadaaee Ilerorda a a 4 Ettak lltkllC !S'cw Mandard* of Fhotodranaatlc Eitf!lr?? With CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG Supported by the Most Dis tinguished Cast Ever As sembled for a Single Pic turein Max Martin's Vital Play EYES OF YOUTH , Compelling J?p?r?ruu Bo Superbly Aeted That It Will Live Lou la the Memory of Every One Who Vlewa It. COME EMLT TO SEGUE A SEAT ? - ?' ?? ' n ?Mb?TEK PALACE ?TODAY AND ALL W BEK? DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS i " i ''WHEN the clouds roll tr I ALL NEXT WEEK?CIIABLEl RAY j i COLUMBIA ^ LAST TIMES TODAY BILLIE BURKE IN "WARTED-A HUSBAND" TOMORROW?MARIE DORO. In "l*iTo" Ml SPECIAL CONCERT Thursday 4:30 Belasco Afternoon Theater Jan. 22nd lony Orchestra Russian MODKST A I.TSt lll'LER. fonduetnr Tlokota fl^o. SI <H>?1231 K St. Phone Mala ItOStl TIESDAV |__ 14 NATIONAL t.30 J?n. IJ -"ICATKR PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA LEOPOLD STOUOWSM, fnadartor Salotat ALFRKM t ORTOT. 0* malaaralthod FreneS ri.nl.< let., ?J ??, ft. ?t (I. Olflea al !? inmn rmH int ft n, 8:30 Auditorium Thursday Evening 13th aad N. Y. Are. OLGA SAMAROFF PIANIST EDWARD LANKOW Bom*. Metropolitan Opera Oatpaaj, TlrkeU. W.rtS, SI.AO. Il.M. OfRee T. tnhiir ?mHI., l?Q? <. ?t. Frldty a.qn NATIONAL Afternoon HiJU Theater NEW YORK Philharmonic Orchestra JOSEK STRANSKY. f nnrt.ietar I'aarlh t oaeeet Tea Star f?erle?. Tlehet*. ft.Ml. >l?, SI M. OfSea T Arthur Mnlth. ISM O at.