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"On the Historic Potomac" 1920 Grand Opening, Saturday, May 29 FREE DANCING (Lirgnl Parlltea Svuih ?( ktir tcrki Steamer Charles Macalester '?>?? Street Hkarf at 10 A. M.. 1<M aarf <|4I P. M. 50c Round Trip?War Tax, 4c FKANCES STARR TO WED j WM. H. COFFIN, ARTIST ? ?? ? NEW YORK. May H-rn?tM Starr.' iur of ?*veritl ploy* produced by Oa>id Belaaco. yoaterday obtained a lice uae to marry William Haakall Coffin, noted magaane iiluatiator and artlat. Mi*i btai r laid aha waa thirty three and that atie had never been married. Mr. Collin aaid ha waa forty-two and a widower. Mian Starr deoMnad to aay when the marriage would take place and when ?he first met Mr. Coffin. She haa been touring with "Tiger. Tiger," a Be laaco production which cloaaa In Brooklyn tomorrow nit hi. JOAN OF ARC STATUE | PLANNED FOR CAPITAL __ Jeanne d'Arc -otherwise Joan of Arc? may be added to the numeroua Hat of those honored by equestrian statues in Washington. Senator Hrundigee haa Introduced a measure to erect auch a memorial in the Capital, but It la -not probable that It will be paaaed at the preaent session. The bill la to be preased by varioua intereata working for Franco-American relatione. The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes OPEN UNTIL 1 P. M., MONDAY, MAY 31st for the benefit of those unable to take advantage of this sale at other times KUPPENHEIMER Just as the name TIFFANY stands for the high est jewelry art, so does the name KUP PENHEIMER stand for the highest cloth ing art. Suits at Cost -?speaks for itself as the greatest possible saving that you can make on a garment of guaranteed quality at this season. And we have the original bills of sale to prove this *'Selling at Cost" statement Adjusting the Estate of the Latq Isidor Grosner ?is the reason for this sale ? necessitating cash in hand to an extent made possible only through such a sacrifice as this. Present stocks must be immediately c o n v erted into cash. PALM BEACH, KOOL KLOTH, TROPICAL WEIGHTS and MOHAIR SUITS in ?reat quan tity. Alterations Free No Order Sent i On Approval Established 1886 IOI3 PENN. AVE. N.W. The Store Where Quality Counts KEPT HIS DIVORCE SECRET 3 TEARS Banker Trussell's Romance With Bride Dissolved in Buf falo Court. NEW YORK. May '.'S.?Tlr? ro mance of Arthur Jewett Trussell. banker, railroad official and real es tate operator, and hie movie bride. Fiaine Davla Truaaell, has gone to ? math. Thla romance, which wai a ?inaanon In aoclety nine year* ago. waa ended by a divorce at Buffalo, kept aecret three yeara and four montha. Ffforta to reach Mr Truaaall, who la doaely connected with the Gould and Guggenheim intereata, railed yeaterday. At the office of the hi l.ouis Houthweatern railroad. M'l Fifth avenue, it waa raid he was in St. l.oul*. Attorneya for Mrs. Trus aeil refused to talk. Repart, la Coaflraied. Mra. Trussell over the telephone confirmed the report that Mr. Trus sed had remarried aoon aftar she di vorced him. She denied that ahe knew the name of his present wife. Much effort waa apent to keep the Trussed divorce aecret. The suit was originally brought tn the au preme court. Statcn Island, to avoid attention. Fater a court order was obtained transferring It to the su preme court at Buffalo. Justice Hdward K. Kmery granted the decree on January 18. 1917. Mra. Truaaell said yesterday over the tele phone that she did not know why the action had been tried In Buffalo. When the suit w>.< begun the Trus sells lived in the fashionable Astor apartment house, Graham Court, 1920 Seventh avenue. Before the divorce, Trussell en tered into a financial settlement with his wife. It was charged that Trus sell was guilty of misconduct with an unidentified woman. Fight Over Metllrmeat. A disagreement over carrying out the terms of the financial settlement led to the divorce becoming public yesterday. Mrs. Trussell was a na tive of California, and the agreement provided that Trussell should provide her with transportation to and from California for three years, giving her tickets over a route to be selected by her or a cash equivalent. He gave her such transportation for two years and she brought suit In the municipal court before Justice I Genung for the cash, value of the j transportation during the third year Trussell's defense was that she had | failed to take the trip the third year. ^ 400 BARRACKS IN ERIN BURNED SINCE EASTER LiONDOf, May 28.?Four hundred i police barracks have been burned in the wave of incendiarian that has been sweeping Ireland since Faster, according to statistics froro Dublin today. In that period 150 British tax ofticca in Ireland were raided. EXCURSIONS. j Memorial | Day Outings Old Point Comfort Norfolk Ocean View Virginia Beach Buckroe Beach Modern Palace Steamer* "Northland," "Southland," "Midland." Daily at 3:30 p.m. 7th St. Wharf BOSTON & PROVIDENCE | BY SEA City Ticket Officc, 731 15th St. N. W. Woodward Bid}?. Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co. CHAJUJC' MACAFB4TKR Leave* IO- rtt. Wharf 10 A. M. Si30 r. M. Dally Rierpl Suaday. MCfwfcJt'a-F at lttb|| ETIOPILIT An m-HEXTWEEK^pi c^bekf' LY' The mot jcnution^l Inwlodunu ot i dccade r ALIAS (JMMY MUE. by PAIL ARMSTRONG BATH A ??? LARRY semon In Hit l.atest Comedy SCHOOL DAYS BlTKEITHSr^ daily;:,'? rn.tr, hol-vsim? "big SUCCESS"?Star THE FORD "THE CREOLE SISTERS FASHION ?? "7,r?V'llr9 PLATE" Novelty AL. I.YHKf.L * rARI CTON MACTf In ??Old f'ninlr.." MII.I.IAM '?JJJ'IJ,.*. ft? In "THB J! NIOH l'AKT>KB. l>\'iNTY M \KIK MK.KKEK. COM UK Kl ll?\ MOKHK OTH?H-. Great Falls Park Summer Season Open* May 30 FREE ADMISSION FREE DANCING LADIES' ORCHESTRA Popular Aiiiu?o?uent* I'lrnlr (.round..? Boatlnff?Mahln* SKK THK RKARCHl.lliHT 0> THE PALLS Klrrtrlr Train* Leave .".ttlh A M St?. V. n < <ir?>ntr lo? n rira mnkr ?-onnrrllon.? DANCING InOpen-Air andWinter Gardens EVERY WEEK NIGHT S:30 TO 12 GREATER ^ Penh gardens Are. ?t H*l St. i. ?? Most Delightful Place to Dance S TIDAL BASIN B W BATHING BEACH A * ? Opens the 1920 X jy| Season Saturday, H J May 29, at,l p. m. I W Regular Hoar* Daily, N 7-11:45 and 1-6:45 ^ Vi L. Gordon Leech. M?r. GKEATEST JEWISH I'l AY POLI'S, SUNDAY, MAY 30, S:15 JENNIE VALLIERE & dancer A piny of modern life In four nela ?|lh nll-*<ar from Irvlns l*ln?-e Tbrntcr. \fi? Vorl*. Tlrk.-t" on anle ? ??III, 1.103 71 h St.I t; ?t.| 813 ??h St.. ?nd til- *V!? St. S. W. A KREB LKC'Tl'HK ON Christian Science By WILLIS F. GROSS, C. S. B. Mtmhrr of ?hr n?nrit of l.c-r?urr?hlp of Th.- Mother (kurpk. Tkp Klrxt Ihnrrk of CkrUt, W'"""1' ,B "?*???? ???*? at ROUS THEATER Sunday, May 30, at 3.30 o'Clock (indVr Ike An.plrn. of rir?# f knrrh of f krl.l. nnd of Inirrnm Mrmorl.l Cfcorrfc. 104k ond A VP. V F... H oVlnrk. ?n<|Pr tkP mi-rlpr. of SppohH < hor. I. of f hrlM. KO COLl.KCTIO.IT we'-COMK I'l.liASK XOTI! TMK HOUfl < J IISL'IIJILTO?!! maiTii at o II t.M?Lul 4 Daya?11 r.M. First Sat tonal Exhibitors Present KATHERINE Mm DONALD Kr?H ikt BMk k| C. 1*. a ad A. X. WllllMMi. Overture, Deecriptive Fan tasia, "A Hunt in the Black Forest." Popular Encore, "La Veeda" g i^MKUCR jH?i? = milTB BET. D AND ? ? |l A.M.?Laat 3 Dtft-tl P.M. TOURNEUR Presents TREASURE ISLAND ?By? ROBERT LOtia STEVE!* SO!* A Paramount Arteraft Special I *..STRAND>. = KIKTH AT D II A.M.?UX 2 dim?II r.M. SS IV. W. Hopkinson Prcuenta 1 MITCHELL 1 LEWIS = ?i*? 1 KING | SPRUCE EE HOI.MAX K. DAT illlllllllllllllllillliliUillllllillllllll^ IATIONAL Mai. Sntnrilny, A Brnnd Munip Kev ue Second of !hf Srrirn SCANDALS OF 1920 "'"AM FEKNIN6T0N And Half n llitndrrd Rrautifnl Srnndal l|onerr>. Slartiaa Monday?Seal* Selllnir Matinee* WrrtnMdny anil Saturday A00RN [ si-m so " I OPKftA In Ikr Perennial Favorite ROBIN HOOD Prlrrai \lckl, SOe *1.50; Mata. 50c-$I. SHUBERT-BELASCO - 50c to $2 Tonight H:!0?MoI. S?|. *:*V. Kmutlfnl Springtime Munhnl Roui.-tncc. MAYTIME Notable ?%v York Company of t?0 I'lar ers, Singer*, l)w?inr?<. Including WM. NOKRI\ % AHOI.VN TllOAIM)N, MKIMN STOKKS. NEXT MONDAY SEATS NOW DAVID BEI-A^CO Prewatu "Call the Doctor" A Am Contedy By Jean Archibald Willi Till* OlKtlnculNhrd <a?t: rhilip Mfriialr, W llllam Motrin. .Inhn Vnorr, I'arn Marlnoff, Iturhara Milton, lanrl' Hmlin. < ImrlnKp Walker. .lanr llooxton. ?rv Tom Wl?r. He* Martin. Tonight at 8:20 Mat. Saturday Urllmon nnd Sinnnfl Present WII.I.AltD MACK'S Itomnnrr of California. "POKER RANCH" With ri.AKA .IPCI, Brginiilng *lon. ?\lnh*. ltlay 3lot Sonti Now The Wnaklnicfotilniia Prroeat THE MIKAD *1?J J:1 45I 0X0U4 7.M PINAFORE DenetU Salvation Army. FREE ADMISSION AMU8EMEWT PARK Bent of Wnililnrton Mu?lr Tor DANCING In a Troprr Ool-I?oar Pavilion. Sit III* Kldrx. Moulin*. l'l?y-?ronnd?. Hrrre?hnient llootli, I afr anil re \arlrly of hmaller Aoimfn Amid Kffln'il Snrrountllnc*. get aboard Danee and Free Strn%? llldr to Hunt's Pleasure Park, llunmtlllr. Jlil. Music?Dancing?AmuHcmcnls Opens Monday, May HI Irni4t< li-air ISIk ami II *ta. ?. ft:, every W fcaar after 7 v ? "V % . *? % ? NEXT WEEK--BEGINNING SUNDAV isrialtoe; seders ?r\ h '* '$5000* REWAPD! RXI TMt IXAD.AL IK MAYFLOWER AN R. A.' WALSH PRODUCTION From the Play by Paul Armstrong and Wilson Misner ALL-STAR CAST HART THE TOLL GATE' _ hrom the Story by x H'm. S. Hart & I^ambert Hiltyer THE FIRST or HIS OWN PRODUCTIONS AND THE BEST HE HAS SVCN MADS i ? A rial (TODAY'S BEST ATTRACTION* IN WASH1XGTO.VS FOREMOST THEATERS mm CRAHALL'S F ST. AT TENTH B| Metropolitan F ST. AT TENTH LAST TWO f?A \ X NAZIMOVA r\ rHAS. BnvA>T*<? great adaptation or I I! < > K l>A>BV'g "THE HEART OF A CHILD" rniiKin?i\ r.w s?topics?ovkiiti iik?bii h si que -M TODAY?IIKGINXIMi AT 6i3?) P. W. ALL STAR CAST In "WHY CHANGE YOHR WIFE?" (;OI.IIW 1 N-IIRAl -S "WIRRKgS TKLKPUON^ liXTR AS. | NEXT WEEK?BEGINNING SUNDA Y I THE PICTURE WONDERFUL ? MOORE'S STRAND THEATER A BENJAMIN B. HAMPTON PRODUCTION RIDERS OF THE DAWN .4 PHOTOPLAY OF THE NOVEL "THE DESERT OF WHEAT" BY ZANE GREY "A Boatload of MfrfliDtnt/* GARRICK PLAYERS Toiiiftlit. H:XO?Mill, Tomor. Alnibrrt -Ciarrlek Ttimi#r. "CAPPY RICKS" Kitwrt on I'ettr IV Kyrif's Miotics ? -In HalunJuy KvenlOf 1'ost?~ n>*i ? poi I ViNNir' *x w 1 1 Uffk rWLLIPIIinH Hrnim X?w QAYETYIiitr Thr Bowerv Burlcsqucrs H lib Hlllr I'miik llnrr.tnr* '^porUm W >Hnw P LOEW'S gmm alacE ronllnuoii* I0i.1l' a. m.?11 p. ? I. A ST TWO 1) IVS DOROTHY DALTON In "The Dark Mirror" 9*nn*tt f'omrdy??l.ft 'Kr C?!H llnlnniiitr Siimhtr DORIS KEANE In TMunril SHr1?l?tti'? ? !a*?lr, "luni % y k * C LOEW'S H olumbiA (oniiniioii* lOtTlO in.?-If p.m. TOD.ii ??n?i roMoiinow SESSOE HAYAKAWA ? f%? "The DcviTi Claim"