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Guaranteed to read yor **tre litfe-gst, peent. a .. future gives true advis hsaes, love. boalth. a"d familv affalsa This ad m so *Sbntitles youton readig. Spbftomdbm MRS. LILIAN GREEN, 1434 Que at. N. W. Formerly of 1421 1th ot. N. W. Private feadinga daily. Plion* North 6366 a MRS. J7. 3. MALTBY-Daily readIsgs.1 ro afbu. III I5th at. N. 3L 'WI. RINaALD Mrs. V. 4lsaldl. spitritual readiae datR Pbs a SU 9bpa t Safo3n 4135. 0 A. IL WUJS Poouleow. Equlppe Tender first-class settles in Gesad Merobsadise. TeL. N. 6346. 434 to 1$43 U at. N. W. PAD V 8 *UNITED STATES* SPHONES M23 xtIfIse 3e38 Psge., eg Seas% toese et 3P3 Gan '.s'sestt. 3354 eSse . 33,4 Glust .. cm er e ofl 3$l sam ak Aer @'ather E WHY AOM YOU IN ING UP FATHER" APPEAR AT THE THEATERS (Continued from Page 12.) Rudyard Kipling's love classic "With out Benefit of Clergy." has been anxiously awaited. Could the story go through the "movie mill" and come out Kipling? But a most evi dent determination on the Daft of the producers brought us plng's written work in letter and In spirit yesterday. They have made a plo. lure as classic as the story in which oannectien it, is well worth remem bering that the author himself wrote the ooljadaptation. ". Ithout efit of Clergy," will undoubtedly grip those who see the picture. In a series of ensations such as they have seldom enjoyed. In its revelation of a wonderful love; its power to touch the heart; its su perb acting; Its mysticism and Its colorful and perfect presentation; in its very simpliciy; it is a superb offering. And all this with the simplest. tenderest. most exquisite romance of the East and West over The depiction transports one to ILhore, India. with Its streets, ba. sars. temples and Oriental dwell. Ings. The attention to detail in this being particular praiseworthy. As far as cast an# acting, It could not be better. We could name no star who could more truly be the little Hindu maid. Amoors, than Vir ginia Brown Faire. practically un known but whose future Is made by this performance. Equally splendid work is done by Thomas Holding. as the Englishman who loved a girl not of his race, and by Evelyn Sol be. Otto Lederer. Boris Karloff, Nigel do Brullor and others. In view of the length of the pro gram only two subsidiary features are shown, a laughable Christie Com edy and an exclusive showing of the latest Fox News. Director Robert Bond Gotta giving the proper finish ing touch by supplying an inter pretive orchestra score for the major showing that could not be improved upon. LOWS COLUMBIA "Affirs of AnatL" In visw of the almost unprecedented dans" of Washingtonians to witness showings of "The Affhirs of Anatol." Cecil 8. DeMilles great all-star pro duetion. during the past week at Leew's Columbia Theater, it is not at all surprising that this mighty and vivi cinema eenception should have requird a second week, which began yesterday. Nor does It seem at all. remarkable that the same 4tense de mand for seats that chareefbrized the showings during the past week should have continued at performances yes. terdeY and last night. The picture appears to be easily one of the most rmarkable the Columbia has ever of ftered Washington photoplay fans. "The Affeirs of Anatol" is based on a scnarIo by Jeane MacPherson, Whoe work in turn, Is based on the original ehnitsier manuscript and on the GranvIJe Barker paraphrase. The cast pesonally selected by Mr. De Mills to portray the story is easily the greatest all-star cast ever gathered to gether. Including as it does Wallace Reid, Gloria Swanson. Elliott Dexter Bebo Daniels. Monte Blue, Wanda Hawey, Theodore Roberts. Agnes Ay'reu. Theodore Keosloff. Polly Moran. Raymend ifatton, Julia Pay. and many etbers. The management has given DeMille production a imnited but colorful pro. granm setting, and the offering as a wholes Is easily one of the meet In tensely ppular that playhouse has METROPOLITA.-.. "BSla en tjs Deer." Cusa3s Mtv~oltanTheater this week offes a uwin which sterlIng rn and euoeptional music cosabine I to feenn an entetsonument of high maliber. The pincipal attraction Is eanngn anilok'. meet eenaat..., stag aesmn "The liga en the Door." starring Weorma Talmadge In a role that trausoends in many respects an. thing she as heretefore essayed. The reremost of the subsidiaries is a now momedy. "he Chinl16" featuring Eddie IRVTDPRP JN Cup vda a l tis ~i.eaL essevists Arhitet.lee, 4. e. see eidseritsArhnest. FOR MONDAT AND TUESDAY ed (.g)................... . e re (340)...................se ..,.........................0.3 ............ .5 t ..............................s5 Psyd d-sat~ wheelsepd risna g It (while bhe lest). d pests deslep is the sesetr. Ps0%for alleeas, gbs s4dss of etsW a, 033 GUASSER C0., Phse Perth aWL, .9 LA 4. GXJLDd Ea HOUft' S EXCLUSIVELY IN THE Boland and sunshine SammY, the in corrigible pitkanlnay. To round out a completely satisfy ing two hours of diversion are the new issues of the Pathe News and **Topi= of the Day," a faultless rendition of Thomas' "Raymond" overture by the metropolitan syphony, under the aom ductorship of M. Stirshey, and orcheo tral interrotation of the picturedl subjects tat adds Immeasurably to their effectiveness and charm. Probably there Is not a play in the Pollock list so remote from the back neyed form of construction as "The Sign on the Door." 1rocgresing from engrossing soones that establish the drama's essential oonfncts through an absorbing development of complica tioqp that involve a sinister figure In a web destined finally to strangle him. the movement of the play proceeds with constantly cumulative suspense until it reaches a climae that is fairly electric in the fire and snap of Its bat fling episodes. By a clever utilisation of the ele ments of wifely devotion and a hus band's thirst for revenge against a social parasite whose plunderings have reached his own family circle without his kpowledge, Mr. Pollock has cra ated a climax for his play that has been translated Into terms of silent drama with almost uncanny skill bi Herbert Brenon, one of the screen's really great directors. Much of the power of this cilimac teric period of the play is due to Miss Talmadge's individuai ability to endow her Impersonations with attributes that are as rare upon Ihe articulate stage as upon the screqn. Never has she been more glorious than as the young wife battling against a combi nation of events that seems to threaten the two persons in the world for whom she feels the deepest love, No less notable than the star's own imper sonations are the three splendid por trayals contributed to the excellent ensemble by Charles Richman. Lew Cody and Paul McAllister. Mr. Mc Allister, a former Washington stock favorite, is especially convincing In his delineation of the district attorney who seeks to glace the guilt tor the murder of Frank Devereaux where it rightly belongs. task not orwringing n a suspect, but In ietermining whether the husband's or the wife's confession is to be believed. It is an amasing situation and one that lifts "The SIgn on the Door" high above the dead level of mediocrity to which so many transplanted melodramas tenaciously adhere. LOEW'S PALACE "A rip to Paradim." Bert Lytell. the brilliant young Ketro screen star. has brought many i powerful screen characterisation to Loew's Palace in recent months, but It is probable that the role of Curley Filynn, In Maxwell Karger's produo t&on of "A Trip to Paradise," which be. PAa a week's engagement at the Palace yesterday, is the greatest role Mr. ILtell has ever Interpreted. Miss Virginia Valli has the role opposite he star. Lytell Is seen as Curly Flynn, a oney Island barker. at the entrance o the Widow Boland's "Trip to Para lise" concession. There be meets and oves Norah O'Brien, and regardless )f the jelosy of his widowed em player, who loves him, he givesNorab Free rides through the eneesimon until he widow's Insults and Inselence ause -hin to quit. Equipped with a swes~tart and no ob, the two linger long at the beach antil It is too late for the girl topg some. A minister and a marriahe lI :ense solve that problem, but In the 'Inancial depression that ense. Cur ey becomes despondentandl Is led inte La attempted robbery. The robbery is a flasoo, n f the -umpsit case Curley s ho and ward. Under the ether be drseans a b'eam in which events are revealed to urna stis years hence. The vision :ausos and when ,Curley pn i lyes he Is back InteheiaNorah Sbeide him wit hpface glad and ender and It is she ~b rs.the iowg that the Widow Im 's heart ass been softened and heg interceded o save himn from proseutisn. 'Neglected Wives." In a beautiful countr sae sur ounded with every Kofrt5and lus y, lived a ouple who had every ci~ept htappiness. PhiIlip ,sins mawos o wase Wal Itreet. His wife, Dorothy, was also ypical. Her C1gd was her home, her see for her husband and her love I her child. That her hitsband was to be the tet governor of the State bsuht light comfort to the lonely sdneg inted woman. AUl around her siho aw happy, united families. But be Ween her and her hushand grew ay by day a great wall at indif weee and misounderstandln . After othe of this heart fIDt~ theuptrul" and "uymPat~u into her life.,Vpie wsintroduced to Mrs. legsenbLthe baroness, one of base Ineup women wheee hauus are te ope sesame to hsmeioa seclety. Wawortk's delI flattery sounded like the lest toteneglected wife's heart. wsaltoo easy to drift dowd ~ratafter that, idth no theu r el until eaught in the ti teutemf human emotion and use ticery. Then omes the tthe wife that she is the WHAT Do OCU.MEAN9 MY 0 N Wie4U* C ME HER6? mo D;D ME mE 19. O'D4 WifPvM to3, '. WaungI 3LORED-COMIC SUPPLEM she loved. thanks to that wonderful quality that reigns i woman's heart, proved a boomerang that laid low the "bosW" and his precious ga at po litical henchmen. Such is the absorbing story re vealed upon the screen at Crandall's Theater yesterday In "Neglected Wives," with Anne Luther cast in the stellar role. Assisting the star In establishing this subject as one of the mest gripping photodramas of he year are Charles Gerard ad Whitney, who lead an excep nl oup ot screen players. The =ructon is one of incomparable Larry Semen in Othe all Guy," his newest and funniest two-reel c.m edy. adds humor to the bill, which It be continued through Tuesday. Jean Eliot's News Of Capital Society (Continued from Page i2.) they are staying at the Traymore Hotel. senator and Mrs. Philander C. Knox, who are abroad r a stay of several weeks, are now kt Plymouth, England. whence they are starting for an extended tour of the west country. Mr. and Mrs. W. Gordon Crawford and Miss Kathleen Beale Crawford. of Washington. are visiting Mrs. William Pollock, at Holmeedale. Pittsfield. Mass. Capt. G. L. P. Stone, U. X. N.. has been detailed to duty in command of the U. B. B. Connecticut. which is to te stationed on the West Coast. Mrs, Stone and. her daughter, 'Mis Betty Etone, will go to Californis to be near Captain Stone. G. L. P. Stone, jr., Is a student at Yale University. -4 Livingston Beeckman. former gov. ernor of Rhode Island. will come to Washington this week to keep ap Vointments with President Harding, the Secretary of State and the Attor ney General. I6r' 3. Uamilton Lewis has arrved In Paris. after touring Italy. Switser. land and Germany with her sister. Mrs. Edward Morrison, and Mies Mar. garet Morrison. Miss Helen Snew Jones and her brother. Edgecohb Lee Jones. who have been at Bar Harbr all summer, are at present at their country place at Madison, N. J.. and will remain through the autumn. They expect to open their house in Washington .about Thanasiving time. Mrs. Ernest X. Leseure and her daughter. Miss Helep LeSeure, who have been In Carlsw Germany. have reached Paris and are staying at the Hotel Majestic. They will sail for New York the Isst of Oetober. Mrs. 2arod Walker has returned to Washington with her son. Aldyce. and her daughter, Evelyn. from their summer home at Nonquit, Mass. -4 Mrs. Guy T. Scott announces the engagement of her daughter, Mise Agnes Virginia Scott, to Daniel Bart lett Searcy of Georgia. The wed ding wili take place Thursday. Oc tober 27. Miss Scott made her debut here a season or two ago and the lsbt summer she inade a trip to Cal. fornia with her mother. Mrs. Scott. by way of the Pananma cnaln. Miss Scott is the daughter of the late Major Guy T. Scott and the grand daughter of former Senator Nathan Bay Scott of West Virginia. and the family is one of the umet proml. nent socially and polcally In this region. Mrs. J,. Her doSbu and her boes have joined Mr. do Sibour at their hage in K street. They spent of the sunsmer at Naraast ndatrvisited Man. Mrs. Prenols P. Garvln at their eamsp In the Adro =els Mr. and Mrs. do BIbour have purchased a picturemgue mid fiahioned house at Twenty-nInth ad Q streets, Georgetown, and will make their home there on the corn. pietion of the extensive remodeling wrhich is new under way. Presumably their K street house will eventually become business poperty. .eeh McPherso. ..d his ride, wrho was Miss Mildred Scott, daughter if Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Scott, et 3111. erest. Aurora. Mo.. are guests of Mr. KoPherson's parents, Congresmnan and Mrs. inace V. Meiherson, at their ipartaent in the Parkweed and will reamain with themn through the winter. 'ewedding took plaoe In Aurora on Miss Ellembeth Mason Heath, of Washington, and Van Wyck W. WoonsIs were married at nooh Satur. lay In St. Thoms' Church, New York. By the Rev. John Lloyd. who served Irith time bridegroom through the war Irih asabualanbe cosapany N4o. S1 of 2M Fourth Division. Mr. Leosnis, who is graduated from Cornell In 149M, a the son of Mrs. ~les Leom=is. ot JtlIca, N. T. The brd, who is a ?'aasar graduate, was formerly a redl esqt et Washigt,where she was .Sof the eingweenen workers bthe Ited Cssdulpgthe war. the is the gieee of Hlartei P. Heath mad Miss $$swy Mases Meath. . By Geo AVIL ANY' I, ENT OF THIS A PER EVEI RDUCATIONAL to ft .M. ft.D.. 3.3*. m a m A 2M8.@V OM. L. Gradest withrsesk Electrical "m.= '1 Engineering ---e$mto a*" AY Om MNT aCom ou ammca sa0 Tavimsa aan smc Law School of the National- University C-DUC& TIONAL (gaeerpsrate.y ~oa Aet e M~ ybkTear mebs 00b4r 1. 1.1 Ommeaso to 9. :aeb xevadin ntandsir4 coures lea~ding 1to the 6 tof LL.B.,. ad M.and qualifying far admie dlon to easalniona for the Bar. Students, by intensive study, may ple tmum work Sormetalogue or other Informa. thn, al Nan a -w* mrdmied. 2eslsmaim Carton Riding School 2130 r btreet N.W. (..esgm '. u a, for ath orkof moin pbMli pa tua"I training fos e bin e sool or bui. momi Unde Christian maeters, Ron. Lsmteding the b of the Ceanrftg. nmear V. 5. C. 33mTT modrnequpmAdeqtepsac efor thork Cof inousesi pAui counting, exFia lAcuing, oe thorough way Accountancy. Late afternoor class groups, adv danietal. Open ThiV Call, Write or Pi C. rge McManus RUT 1I4K COP WOVA40 I ON tY SUNDAY MORNING EDUCATIONAL Research University Fa Quar Opu Sep. 19 fbe omeg Facing Laa tt*Sur COMMERCIAL ART WASHINGTON SCHOO. O' ART 1603 14th 0. w. Fr. 2407 SHORTHAND - TYPEWRITING TAUGET IN 8 DAYS 1410 8 IN. N . SIM"g F101. mteai PIA Y, "aesY.a 1~bt 1100L. 016%mt XWOLWIA K. of C. EVENING SCHOOL 1004 F St. and 1311 Mass. Ave. eUse ad w WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW CO-UDUCATIONA. Twenty-esth ear pine S.PL 6 at? IP. ML Tuitin, 85 Pr Annaa Beslons 0to 18I BLU. Or .:16 to p.I Cegqeje De9gree. LL.. LLMu. xj,L Isis X 9. U. W. h... Mal. 459. LIN. GUITA BANJO e. 3. Themin ,a l @re m. ce. 58se-w. 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Number at pupils In this course nsceessarily Umited. Spai*shI Sdiool"Washiugtsu Ameri.an Nsma. Iowa olidj,. 1315-17 F Atre" N. W. Ihene K IM. COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF DRAFTING ROY C. CLAFLIN, Pres. 14th and T Sts. Phone North 272 Learn drafting and enter this profession of good pay and congenial Work. ayor night session. In ividual Instruction. Course in 8 to 9:nonths. F'ul iora.o en request. C LatestCatalogue. RATES INCREASE WED., SEPT. 21ST Enroll-Promptly OPENING SATES ..e ee.......s. a YMCA SChOOLS Law gys t eer ''m h 's'm ' "