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MESR TAPICE YOU O esUr bEi Ie s Svl" n SIDWR D$CIOEDLY REASONABLE bg$35 $45 $55 SMART FASRICS.-SOME IMPORTEfl SMARTLY TAILORED UNDER MR. BERNSTEIN'S PERSONAL DIRECTION * Jack Berzzstemn 814 F STRET N Ope. 9:S A. M. New Y -WAS UNGTON-Par Smart Easter Fashior Distinguised good taste always char acterizes our Men's Store Fashions. They , are free from that orinalit which often has as its only wort re the over stepping of the bounds of good ateand gentlemanly refine mnent. Men 's Correct Easter Hatsl Styled to meet the preferences of men of youthful or -mature taste. They are superior hat T in all respects and the price of this superiority is within any man's reach. Statan Soft Hats, in new shades and new shapes, 30 and $10, / plus tax. Statsen Dee-Self conform ing, unusually comfortable. $10 each, plus tax. Or Speali Soft Hat--All the new colors and models. $6, $7 ad $s, plux tax. loc rst qua . 5ad $7,pq pisst. Smsrt Cloh Hate, in twpedls and herrin nsof unusual color combiations. An exceptional value, $3.50. FANCY TWO-TONE SILK SOCKS FASIl - --Exceponal colo r combinations, with -No well gr dropstlh cocks. These are entirely . in . new and decidedly the smartest mode. Jomtgpa thf $2pir. ou a the FIBER S K SOCKS-Seat less, with he be th double lisle toes and heels; in black and with the s tyl the popular plain colors. Sic pir- Natural Color FULL.FASHIONED LISLE THREAD Skin Gloves, SOCKS--Double toes and' heels; black Genuine Gra and the most wanted plain colors, 50e embroidered < Special Values in Men'a ' Introducing the Spring season in the Men's Shoe the finest values we have been able -to offer in a long Real Cordmva Ozfords, $7.75 In black and a rich dark brown; medium narrow sols.Ta,, Rusia Cal Oxford, $7 Two popular models of splendid quality; very ne~ weight, but sufficient body to afford the very best weai Mom's lb.. .Section, Pirst floor. NECK WEAit FOR THE FASTID- FANCY 511 IOUS WAN-i-Men wanting the best in To lend a tou Neckweit, the most carefully selected to the man's E colorinigs, the widest variet of designs suit. Natural< --in short the best selectin from which figured and st to choose the Cravat thaf exactly pleases ,igcolors. rb their fancy will come here first. Plain $1 Other F colors, figures and stripes in any number herehafe, 75., of the beautiful color combinations. All New= Ceomu are made with the practical slip-easy Hsmerelaa bands. $1,.$1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3. . patterns, inl Meun Store. First floor. $1.5. 1g w tons, 5are as.-T~oi ev. qdkseiai Densel, former peterl of the 1Firt Netherlasde $sroet ChWreb of PaOSIae. .'S.. p001" 0t gVilty at Newark yesterday to as white slave indlctmeat. mail of $.00O. -exe when he was arrested, was continued by Iederel Judge Lynch. It is sappeted the trial will take place next mdoth, Danel Is- forty-gife dars old and has eight obhldSn.ad three grand chldrem. He created a sensation last Nowem ber 12 when he disappeared with Miss Trias Hannoenterg, twenty-ela, a mem her of his congregation and oboir. The couple retarne D b and made. statousit. In hice tey admitted having lived together is Buffga6'and other placed. The elOfgy man admitted his error and i10 had guided him back. The girl said he had promised, be tore they disappeared, to obtain a divorce and marry her, and that she compelled their return when he re fued to do this. Densel was arrested on a charge of violating the Mass white slavd ame. Both te pastor am& girl were read out of the church. Ihirtly after her return home Miss Hanaonberg Instituted a suit in the supreme court at Paterson. eharging her former pastor with fraud, I that be had promised to marry her She also alleged defamation of character and asked *35,000 damages. Dendel was ffgliven by his wife when he returned. but Mrs. Densel annosanced her intention to begin an action against Trins, asking $50.000 for alleanatien of affections. In court yesterday the former pas tor was accompanied by his attorney, Barney Lrkey. and several friends ca 6. P. M. is for NMn IM - LOVD ARE ESSENTAL somed man .will think of Easter promenade with. new spring gloves. Here assurance of nothing but iu need be concerned only Sthat meets your taste. Washable.- Real Chamois $3 pair. Best Quality y Mocha Gloves, black r self embroidered. $4.50 SOxfords Section with two of while.. toe. Goodyear welt Lt last and of a light and comfort. K HANDKRCHIEFS-. :h of color and brightness aster walking suit or sack olor pongee centers with iped borders of contrast ow, nobby and different. ancy Colored Silk Hand $1 and $3.50. id BSnddrd Pme Lne. -Cordbd and sir~ped irig-ht, distince.. k'rs A sYnR s, m. . n.. - it of h t the *'euuer the yees esas 16 te. Wo~e* o jms k 0.4 k upoll Wholte ttc'heagkar "What a a young girl do when &be iI 4, o ti lboSer and bar. pa" "r land~ Es ins or the himay T It is an fmoerrat ti her. G. ,st lke 4buee 0 the dance Y or l tAn je and 0 . In eIthW e - Goi e -he Is wered by a young man who ives at a conveahqatly saee distance. 110 swears that. the girl, o4JoY those dans ae much as their partners and that the men don't Ji* or Wimanl unless assured that the girl will co-operate. Hie says b 110 ls Jsa There's a reason, who abted s keyguard to keep away Ie[,P,,rane,1 at mam. did not sham te av~idt aky weight. He showed algae of worry as he left the courtroom, pulling his hat ever hiaees and turning up hi. coat.col ta, to foil photographiers. PARIS. March Sll.'-the oper plans to give moving p mtear a nees toavert a thueeleaeit deqclt ef 74000 france. Which- Parlia meat has refused to meet throug. an Increased suhsidy., Bome members of the chamber ef 4 dpties said that singling and1 daci.g were les Imortant tha" reparations. and suggested that the opera forget some of its artle. tit dlpity and try to make moaey. thO came as theatem and Lame halla, saa., & Little Sresent another distinetive modal. Construeted of the new French gray buekskin. Hosiery to match. 1211 F St. IS 'THE CILIARY The ciliary muscles changes the eye lenses to acconodate the dis tance. Whem they become "Lazy," m~~ made lenses mnust sap ply the deficienacy. We wall grind for you the lenses your eyes require and charge you moder-. ately for them. NewwImers' ii Checking -ARE C( Accounts, avail then Savings facilities a Accounts, Bon ' many dep~ poein 7Our Offic! Exchange, to acquain Safe Dep. our servi( Boxes throughout CONTINENTAM Capital. $ 0a" wa4'pe, fqjth har usual east ON Ai t Neit=' atr at both p1ttePhnPiSest Ie #uidg tols yrIi e6t, t as to eosoen seser an" NS .4It Us, One of ad"Apt W Twants' i adthe li.st aet et 6ot ofa nevelty WO "i The old time songsng g of men and women of the eopay I the #ostumis that were ia Vegr in the days of "Sweet Asie ROrpo." Rosie OGrady," "'n -ow*iy" and "After the BaL" were etpatOdlI enored and treo th& bit of the aloring. out Oe Edfards' SO freue of 1981 is net entirely pre seated by boys and girls. He has eur rounded himself with a bevy of young womn.. who add much to the entertainment. For a decided novelty. Rekoma s6d Johannes Joserson and his Icelaadie "Glima'! Company bated bueor. Rekoma does a hand blaseing act ths.t ham seldom been equalled a vaudeville, while Josefseon and Jie company showed how the national pastinpe of Iceland is played. "Gilma" is a sort of jiu jitsu and Joeofosen shed with what ese he could de feat a begor or an attack by three men with this Icelandlc form of self defense. A reminder of the old time sketches which were the vogue in vaudevillq several years age was gives byr Clayton White and Grace Leigh Co. in their offering "Cherie," which had just enough of a dash of the Preachy in it to bake it piquant. Kane and Norman In a aopsen al sidewalk ong and dane turn were good and Dussell and Parker is a song and costume daeing turn were also eatertalning. Mabel Burke at' sisted by -elen Bell Bush sang sew eral songs in good. voice. Jamne" Thornton. the old-time mobologue artist was as" on the bill taking the blace of Frank Gaby. who is ill. The usual showing of Kimograms and Toples ot the Day completed the en tertaining program. ~T3AN3 Ralph WMtehead-VaudvUte. A demonstration was given capac ity audiences at %he Strand Theater yesterday of the reasons for Ralph Whitehead's poplarnty, whom he made his appearance as the headliner of an all-star bill, every number of which deserves mal mention for the excellent enterinment gives. Mr. Whitehead in announced an' a "character impresoanist" and regard less of the "ebarmater" part of the billing, he oortainly lived up to the latter term, the. 'Impression" being of such emphatio approval that he literallystopped the show and after numerous esoores retired with an enthusiastic demand for more by the entire house. oteries. songe and de scriptive recitation* follow one an other in suck rapid sucession during the time the ,tr has the stage that it is neat to ipoasible to pick any particular line t his forte. Closely following Mr. Whitebd in the bid for pepelar favor are Amnold Grayser *4 Myrtle Lawlor, effering a delightful conception of music. style and dance originallties. the too dance, with which they close the set. being a treat. The Three Kanazawa Boys. Japa nese athletes, in hand and foot jug gling numbers. open the bill and de served every bit of the applause giv en them. Rose and Lee Belle. in a song and pianologue. giving the "Hits of 1921." proved more than satisfao tory. Arthur Sullivan. with Cora Hall, in a sketch presented under the title "A Drawing From Life" were most capable in their respective parts and with the aid of clever Line kept everyone in a good humor for fifteen minutes er more. Concerted action, vivid character portrayal, and a steady ever mounting succession of startling situations. distingdilsh the latest Selanick Pie tures production starring Eugene O'Brien, supported by Olive Tell, in "Wolrds Apart" which is the photo dramatic attraction for the week. In this picture the audience is shown life tn many spheres of hu man existence. From the exclusive ness of the "smart set." who@e trou bles are largely imaginary ones. to the daredevil outlawry of the under world. the-adventbres of Hugh Led yard. ihe hero, extend, packed full of thrilling action. Short film features showing careful selection complete this portion of the bill, the enjoyment of which is great ly enhanced by the excellent orches tral features arranged by Arthur 3. iaenvell. the ovelture for the week The Bird in the Woods" with piccolo solo by Mr. Joseph Brodsky. the com poser and a member of the Strand Orchestra, proving especially delight. ful. COSMOS "A Japanese Rewue." "A, .apanese Revue and "Past. Present and Future." the two features of the Cosmos Theater vaudeville hill this week, are both unique and each has an attraction all its own and out of the ordinary. "A Japanese Revue" is a melodic song spectacle, with fleeting glimpses of beautiful Japanese characters, ideal pictures and an Oriental soenio. panorama, en hanced by a vocal quartet of four pretty girl singers, whose selections Washington )RDIALLY INVITED to selves of the complete forded by this bank's rtments. ~rs await an opportunity you with the scope of :e-and are accessible the business day. TRUST CO. l,00,000 mmd.Ha .e.. 10sMettings ile is nmt w e muW"h P* 1 4=4 = hr le4uqbtht e""ers &**&her twoe fw~twevv big r,..t.grah ,r. t "Paa the lpr." is tb stiftes f toys, while the U4*6 i a r n us synprited." O te lkey pateure, -i showS ey- th alo aead ifirst eyesit OVO and between the trt 04 ts at might. It ,d espobe. eested with the ne*s pictures and e~bar attractions. A'Rwetly smelling musical boquet is b els ffered to Gayely Vtro1 this by the "Reselead Gilts." The0 James A. C0oper. has log resegmiNed that. bright. brees *howe witebet suggeetive lines, ar. favored bt hurlesqus patres, and In his latest productios has pro*ded as entertaiument that sasares. up .to the best that has been iees here this Billed as a "couple of weeds" in this hower of beauty, Bert Lahr and Barry Kay furnish laughs galore. Their accostric makeup is a provoker and they made good t from the start. Ruth Dealog won t stat favor with her singing and dameing, while Kathryn Diekey. Adelb Perguson, Merceds lafay and Emily Dyer added saeh to the eseoos of the show. Otbore in the company in cluded Richard Clay*. Billy Lynch. Andy Smith and Charles Smith. The latter three, known as the 'Carnival Trio," provided close harmony and were repeatedly encored. The chorus is a aifty aggregation of girls who knew how to sing and enter joyously into their work. ADY[NTSTS DEBATE' Sanitarium Physicians and Head Nurses Open Six-Day Con vention Here. Physicipas head nurses. business managers and 'ther employes of the sanitariums and treatment rooms op ersated by the Seventh Day Adventist denomination east of the Rocky Mountains are attending a six-day medical eenventine at the Washing tna Sanltarium at Takea Park. Th3 convention. which 'opeed today, will cotilnue through next Monday. Most of the morning seeses was devoted to a diseussion. of med sal sroblems. Elder A. 0. Danll, pres ident of the gea re conferenge, spoke on '"e Call e Hour." He 'empha sised the importance of the medical feature ef the second advent move met not only to alleviate mfaring humanity physically. but also 4o point the sick to Christ. the "Great Physi cian, healer of all diseases. He de clared physicians and nurses must be missionaries as well as ministers to the sick and suffering if they rightly, represent there prtesn. Addresses on Ald educational work. Is.alth literature. and seld health aork were made by Drs. A. Z. Olon, Vf Columbus. Ohio: Mary Paulsen. of Hinsdale. IlII.. and 0. N. Heald. of Ta koma Park. Dr. Heald spoke on the Importance of pLe ing in the hands of the public litev'ture that would teach it not only to care for disease. but also to prevent It. Dr. C. H. Schunk spoke on the crganisation of health schools throughout the nation. Dr. Lauretta Kress advocated a "cooking school" where women ean be taught to cook properly. An open discussion was held on these two subjects. Discussion of medical work in foreign countries and other questions took up the afternoon session. To night Dr. D. H. Kress. medical , su perintendent of the Washington San itarium, will speak on "Public Med ival Evangelistic Work." To Retry One-Day Flight. JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. March 22. - Lieut. W. D. Coney. Ninety-first aero squadron, who recently established a new record for the transcontinental flight by making the trip from San Diego, Cal.. to Jacksonville in 22 bours 27 minutes flying time. an nounced he expects to leave Pablo, Beach at 2 a. m. Wednesday for Ian DIego. He plans only one sean at Dallas. Tex., for fuel. French Drought Broken. PARIS. March 22.--From one-half to one inch of rain fell during the last forty-eight hours in the northern half of France. with a somewh; t lighter fall in the southern half, breaking the drought which was be ginning to cause alarm over crop prospects. 'The rain was well abmorbed by the tilled fields, cool weather preventing evaporation. g~aama'PS NEW YORK-. qu3 STOWN (Whee puramed .--OULWOGN.LONDOY me a emr4emhwse Wssouei supe D NORTRl STATE: Mar. 9m-may U PANiLANDLE STATE Apr. 1-May 34 NEW YORK-3)STON..NAPLES GENOA: Cabin and 84 Class POCANoNTAD ...... 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W. DANCING WilWht-AII MusI--AH Unten GAY ETY-thielwF All WEekMtnR al RO8ELAND URLI SWith MERT LAHR. ''-tNii| It-~4thrli5tU.s A. B.F.KEITH'S a" SAlLY :;;;8 !U'. : LY'S -* 121 s r a B.Sadays 4a Roilay. GU8 NDWA5DS (Emiseith With .ieeds.... S..es --... ~l Wit ZLL LY W GA. KNLHMA RYbl DAY.TL TTT AT6 theSeet ameFONl of AlldeieOpS... ERD.MISNIE COI Oak l. tesO 1i.S6... a ell ati 90a sea." L~*mi* BAr Now in f", m. mom in New York tad still pksaing to st1nd*a# t a asly. A PECTUE 'BIAT WILL IVE POREVER * Priee R .*I. P.,' * n..:serhr e . * ** A * ** P LWA 5 Npita -es Anv* m. *466-60 'Ie is ItPem 11 Imom Fmem, tis Y Axd s amli vnta. s'wea...me ee.Pric . THO4M% ME 1BUAN --IN... "FAr . AR.BUCKLE" , OLUM mi CeStamese., 1SS A. M,-11 P. . 5U4OUO0 GUZAl W5Ub Is Itwat m eato Willam De ,Mittes Tdegp! "WMAT EVERY W0MAN KNOWS" ly 3am.e 1. 1arrie. with LOIS, WILSON sad 'CUM NMEL mumM maa PoM. at. Thu rqday. Best Seats. $1.5 fteru. Shubert's Mya With Mink( BLOSSOM B ak ad . ldic by ramy n eb-, ED1T MT. 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