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. ad as R 1. ave. wt .W wdss R .qs.SM uwm ad bath bome.; fll with freat aid rear entrance; S Sgls i; ged sised rooms in esadi a; rem for garage LN BANKING CORP Dept. I0th and 6. Aij @,I Evening. N-313. , OUSES FOR COLORED A ter hress near ten High Scheel; fe and bath.. statlepary wash tubs. , b .-w. .; ean be bought with Ay.oealaU Reat ding Co. "r ve. 51 .. Clar Oliver. Chevy Chase. D. C., r $ema, $ baths, detached; ga trity, hot-weter heat. gas. Y1s. 3$. N; te e ash, balame It a seat. Phese i. 3164 or 316 11th M.N. W. HOUSES WANTED WE have immediate demand for properties of all kinds and are prepared to render distinctive servie in the handling of your " estate business. No house too or too small for us to sell or seat. CONSULT US FIRST. GREENE & GREENE 301-403 Commerce & Savlpgs Bldg. Seventh & E Streets, Northwest. Telephone Main 2206. AN EXCELLENT HOME ean bS secured by statl what you wat fi a Tess Want Ad. Phofe it to Main 860. Aa esperlened- e rater will help eVte it and bill will be seat. The sest SUBURBAN FOR SALE The best buy near Washington AURORA HEIGHTS, VA. An eight-room and bath, brick, furnace bhbat. electricity, stationary tubs. front aid year porches; garage for three cars, chick en houses, outbuildings, all kinds of fruit. two acres of ground; immediate posses ste. Price. $11,6!0 and very attractive %erms. WILDMAN & CO. Exclusive Agents -5th and H ats. 19. W. Fr. riot lRNDNM-iv-uum f".n.~.. with hall, bath and sleeping porch; just etdy to move into; fine location; large lot. $7,660. 6-room bungalow and bath......... $6,000 4-room bungalow ...............$4,000 T-room semi-bungalow, new........ 8,600 R. G. LOHR gJ,,4648-J. 320 Carroll st., Takoma Park. WE WILL FINANCE home building op erations in District and nearby Maryland and Virginia suburbs to the extent of 71 per cent of cost of lot and building. Call and examine plans for modern homes. DISTRICT REALTY INVESTMENT EX CHANGE, Inc., 822 New York ave. SEEKING A FUTURE HOME? THEN MAIL THIS. RUET LEE MINAR, 418 Evans Bldg., Washington. D. C. I have read with interest your advertis ments of LYON PARK. Washington's new suburb. Please send me further informa tion. Name................................... Address................................ IN LYON PARK. VA. $,160-Seven rooms and bath, gas, elec tricity. four bedrooms, $600 cash. $61 a month. $$,600-Three rooms, bath, electricity. new; designed so that house later may be enlarged to five or six rooms; $600 cash, $60 a month. This bungalow is situated on highest point of Lyon Park. 160 feet above Pennsylvania avenue. lot 76:116. To reach Lyon Park. take Palls Church line trolley at Mt. Vernon station, 11th street and Pennsylvania avenue. Get off at Lyon Park station. Inquire at office. RUBY LEE MINAR, 412 Evans Building Main 1146 BUNGALOWS. Defers you buy let me tell you about the iese . 4 and 6 room bungalows and lote is LYON PARK. Bend NAME.... ............................. ADDRESS............................ T NELLIE H. COREY. 81 14th st. N. W. Main 4160. PROPERTY WANTED JOHN F. DONOHOM a SONS, 814 Penansylvania ave. B. E. Us Submit Our List of Homes and vestments Refgre Zen.Purchase . WANT MORE HOUSES FOR BALE. rs of property desirtag to make Iulck sales should list property with us atesee WMg. 1. NORMOYLE. s610 sO. N. W. BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE, 57T10--A good buy; large 4-story brick peoming house; on a business street almost en the corner of 5th and 0 sts. N. W.; 11 teems; this property can be remodeled into a business place and make the prop erty worth thousands more mo~ey than the above price. $37.000--Large well-butit brick 3-story buiding on a good corner; 4 flats and 2 store rooms and a large stock of groceries and business goes with this property; owner doing at least $40,000 of business early; this property and business should reasenable at 550.000; If b' ught at ease can be bought at 537.000 and only $11,000 cash; owner is going to sell at onee if possible, location near the Union Station. 254 E st. N. W.. corner of 3rd and E ots.; store and dwelling for sale and a stock et groceriss; prico. 5i4,000, for store busi ss, building and everything with it ready fer business; 64.500 cash will buy it. bal ance of the payments about the same as rent. $1,000--Large S-story brick business pre rty, near Sih and 0 ste. N. W.; ,node~ heated and lIghted; cellar and the first floors are used for etore rooms; 3 flats vacant en the 2 upper floors; large double 2-etorl brick garage; trusts on the ~erty 611.000; can be bught on 51,000 er will trade equity for a dwelling beos that is clear; the rent of the entire ?vparty wil pay T per cent interest on J. D. GARMAN, District Nat. Bank bldg, APA3TM3NTS~ FOR SALE. Auat.House Netting 23 Per Cent Oinvstment; ha 3 aparts., all rented at very little o e pro-war prices; een trally lee? ted, near 14th st. car line; has all medeta improvements, including eleva ter; all apartments rented unfurnished; house Ia Yu good condition throughout, prjee 60 0o. on terms. Apply ROOM y ARaMs FOR SALE. CLINTON, MARYLAND, PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY 12 Miles From Treasury 85 Minutes By Auto Over Macadam Pike.* Deautiful farm of 180 acres, under hIgh state of cualtivation. Owner realised in the neighborhood of * ,00W en at year's crope. Approsimately 95 acres now planted in wheat. This farmn must be sold at once, the owner having retIred because nf his age. Prce., 40 per eni lees than anything being offered for sale in this county. Ternms to respensible party. .WM. G. RICHARDSON, Ce flerade BM=-. Main 881. Bringing Up Father O'4' 1!1 s,0 S@ORY YOU NMVbIThg CMAJT Cot ovgA M. we wm bM1TH WE ARE 6@0 Im 0I S DSAPPOWITEO- lb THAT hit If A k-Uts PAGE OF "MaUlciN( UP FATHER" APPEA HOU3S FOR SAL HOUSEB FOR SALT. MCKEEVER & GOSS Realtors . 1405 Eye Street Main 4752 BROOKLAND SemI-detached new home of six rooms and bath on two floors, with bright cellar and attic; spacious front porch; all improvements; hot-water heat; electric lights and hardwood floors; located in pleasant location on deep let. 634-2. PRICE, 60,000, ON BASIS O 12.000 CHEVY CHASE Semi-bungalow on lot 6x160. completely detached; contains eight rooms and two baths; a substan ally built home on stone foundation; attractive throughout; all Improvements; front and double rear and sleeping porches; built-in garage. 626-2. PRICE. 616,600 CHEVY CHASE Another attractive home, best section of Chevy Chase; 'ven rooms and bath, with hot-water heat; electric lights; comfortable porches; garage for two cars; lot 60x100. Vacant. 606-2. PRICE. $16,000 NORTHEAST On Rhode Island ave.; detached home of six rooms and bath; front and double rear, including sleeping porch; electric light; hot-water heat; bard wood floors and trim; screens; alley. Immediate possession. 626-3. PRICE. $10,000 McKEEVER & GOSS 1405 Eye Street Main 4752 GARDINER & DENT, Main 4884. REALTORS. 717 14th St. N. W. WASHINGTON HEIGHTS. BROOKLAND. NEW. SEMI-DETACHED-Beautiful 2- DETACHED FRAME-Two stories and tory brick, 2 rooms. 2 tiled baths, one with shower; h.-w.h., electricity; hardwood cellar; 0 rooms, 'lore and trim. This home was built by crete driveway to frame garage; lot 49x110 very prominent builder and we take pride . showing It to you. PRICE ONLY ,16,600. ON I. I. AVE-Attractive bungalow. 6 BAROAIN.-Three-story brick. 10 rooms, rooms, tiled bath; h.-w.h.. electricity; 6 sleeping rooms; b.-w.h., electricity; thor- hardwood floors and trim; deep lot. 41 ughly screened; new paper and paint. feet wide. PRICE ONLY 11.600. This home Is nicely located, convenient to two car lines and would make an excel tnt rooming house. PRICE ONLY $11,600. VACANT.-Two-story and attic, 6 rooms. SAUL'S ADDITION. tiled bath;' modern heat; large cellar; NEW. - Two-story tapestry britek. Pittsburgh water-heater; In splendid con rooms, tiled bath; h.-w.h.. electricity; dition; right distance from good car line. 'root and rear porches. PRICE. 610.600. PRICE. $7.60. EASY TERM DETACHED FRAME.-Seven rooms. MMEDIATE PONSESSION.Two-story tiled bath; h.-w.h.. electricity; beamed brick, bay windows front and rear; 6 woodwork In dining room; large front rooms, bath; electricity; new paper and and double rear porches; metal garage. Paint; now vacant, ready to move Into. PRICE. 1f.e50.E. 5C.N000 GARlDINER & DENT, Main 4884. REALTORS. 717 14th St. N. W. NEW LISTINGS DAILY SAUL'S ADDITION-$1,.Vt CASH, $75 MONTHLY A very desirable home of 6 rooms and bath; hot-water heat and electric lights; hardwood floorf. In firat condition. de GEORGETOWN-$750 CASH, $50 ONLY. Six rooms and bath. furnace heat, large yard with plenty of room for garage. Ecellent condition. GEORGETOWN-STORE AND APARTMENT-$8,000. TERMS. A very attractive sPre on t street. wiaorgetown; in one of the busy spots; and d-room and bath apartment above. A good investment. BRIGHTWOOD-$750 CASH, $65 MONTHLY. Tapestry brick hom- of b well proportioned rooms and tiled bath, hot-water heat ond electric lights; front and sleeping porches. Can be had for a small cash payment ard $45 per mponth, which takes care of all interest. If you want to buy a home don't overlook this. FURNISHED HOME-$2,000 CASH, $100 MONTHLY. A splendid fully deta hed home on the 14th street car line. Furnishings include il paintings, rugs, $1.100 Ampico electric reproducing piano. 2 complete bedroom ultes. walnut dining and living room suites, hand painted china, linen and innumera ble cooin utnsis. The ncer mat; sarifie ths wom at once; has been occupied lxcel ~ ~ ~ ~t thi eom danN S O E A D A A T E T , . E less than ra e month . Ans er quickly as is istoon g n one o NEAR LINCOLN PARK-$ d00 CASH, $65 PER MONTH. Substantial brick residence of rooms and bath; furnace heat, electrical style gas fixtures; large back yard to e0-foot paved alley. COLUMBIA HEIGHTS-$1,000 CASH, $70 MONTHLY. Six rooms and bath, hot-water heat and electric lights; large receptob dhall front and rear porches. Cloe to cr lineg raNTLn NEAR CAPITOL-$750 CASH, $50 MONT ONT. Eight rooms and bath, hot-water heat and electric lights; plenty of room for garage; large back yardt NEAR UNION STATION-$500 CASH, $45 MONTHLY. Brick residence of 6 rooms and bath; conveniently located to both Union statIon NORTHEAST, NEAR 7TH AND H-$750 CASH, $65 MONTHLY. Six rooms and bath, hot-water heat; garage; double rear porches in perfect condi tion. This is a good t;uy. WILLIAM K. HARTUNG 1108 16th St. . Phone Main 372 F. M. JOHNSON REALTY CO., 1110 Connecticut AVe. Main 2076-2077-2078 WE~ MADE A SPECIAL CANVASS OF THE CITY FOR HOMES ON SMALL CASH PAYMENTS. READ THE OFFERS BELOW AND NOTE HOW WELL WE HAVE SUCCEEDED. acing Soldiers' Home Park Na aia n irr Elegant Home--$500 Cash $,0-100Cs This Is one of the most remarkable Anusaly trciv adwl values we have been fortunate enough bilse-dtcdhoe fegt to list in many weeks. It is an excep- rosad btfcn euiu tionelly well-built colonial home of 7 rkhaho-tehatndomfr rooms and tiled bath. hot-water heat,. aae electric lights, hardwood floors and trim; built-in garage. Na 2hadISa .E nother Petworth Home $,5-50Cs $00 Cashtinsirom an tie bthhs This is a semi-detached brick home co o n omfrgrg.I a of six rooms and bath, hot-water heat, uchsdheertarnigte electric ligts instantaneous water smehse beater; located in splendid section: convenient is two ear lines. It is O t t .W in splendid condition.God usnsLcaon5,0 Rhode Island Ave. N. W. Fi sawl-ul rc oeo $4 ,850--$750 Cashlagrom anbahbaveydp This is a well-located and very at lo. opvdaly ti otecl tractive brick home of 7 rooms and letaubin Inhehrtoa bath, and is in splendid condition, and bsns itit could not be duplicated at twIce the price asked. Na no tto Near 14th and QSts. N. W. $,0 7,000-$1,000 Cah mefsiromanbthin10 This home is located very eon- lctinadeelntodto. ti veniently for workers in the depart- ocpe yteonrwoaea. ments of the Glovernment, and with bst euealrs oe nine large rooms and bath, will make a comfortable home and bring in aSotCptlS. good income besides. $,0 Near 1st and Florida Ave. N. W. Ti rc sntamsae u o 6,000 slni rc oeadnt t t ftplendid modern brick home of six tetv uruu ns tcnan rooms and bath; in excellent condl- siromen thhasgdltad tPirk; Vacahot-oater hroomandrroomafor F.M HSNea REATY CO.,Ss.N.E tManisi roos ad tled-ath ha re You KeepingaUp WihThTie. TOO AD SY g.y o Y0U fM G.AD i 1 0 - A To ,~ 1 A V KS EXCLUSIVELY IN THE AT THE THEATERS (Continued from Page 4.) his plottings as a compelling love story. "The Night Rose" therefore appeals to the heart as sending tingles up and down one's spine. Subsidiary features on the program include a laughable multiple reel Sewell Ford comedy featuring Johnny liines entitled "Torchy, A La Carte,' a beautiful scenic, and the latest Fox News. Director Robert Bond Gotta has as usual surrounded the showing with a most appropriate and appealing interpretative orchestration. MTTROPOLITAN "Why Girls Leave Home." The theatrical taste that cannot be satisfied at Crandal's Metropolitan Theater this week has not as yet been discovered. "Why Girls Leave Home' combines romance, comedy, . path',. nelodrama and Irresistible human in terest. To augment the wide appeal of a picture that holds the interest of ever: age and every class of ar*usement seeker are shown "Penny-in-the-Slot." a new Hal Roach comedy, starring Harry Pollard and Marie Mosquin; a newly and highly diverting issuec of the Pathe News: the latest grist of the Lilterary Digest's witty "Topics of the Day;" an overture number consisting of selections from "The Bohemian Girl." flawlessly played by the Metro politan Symphony, N. Mirskey, con ducting, and melodious symphonic ac companiment of the pictorial features of the bill. "Why Girls Leave Home" trac*s with an orderly and logical succession of events the experiences of two girls from widely separated strata of society who left home for totally different re sons, but found themselves finally .on fronted with the same harrassmente, the same temptations, the same fears and the same overpowering desire to start all over again. - daughter of a poor. puritanical tyrant, left home to eludb the grinding. insufferable injustice of her father's narrow-mindedness; Made FOR EXCHANGE. i you have a six or seven or eight room dwelling house that is clear of debt you can exchange It for a large northwest bus iness property. -J. D. GARMAN, District National Bank Bldg. Franklin 3993. Main 8329. REAL ESTATE LOANS MONET TO LOAN-3300.00 to 3100.00 em D. C. real estate. Several trust funds. All transactions conducted with eoensei cal coneideration for borrowers. WM. Hf. SAUNDERS & 2).k. Snuthers Building. 80T 1 .th N. W. MOVING, PACKING s STORAGE D. G. McWHORTER CO. Heavy hauling of every description: looa! and long-distance moving by motor vans. Flat or dump trucks by our contract or tonnage basis. Freight to and from BaliU. Phone Washington Office, Mai 3034. WANTED-Return load household goeds by auto van from Balto.. Phila. and N. T. city or vicinity. HMITH'S TRANSFER D STORAGE CO., North 3343 or 3344. -MOVING PADDED VANS [URNISHED Phone Mal 301 0-011. KRIEG'S EX RESS 1336 H Street N. W. W1TORAGE. PACKING AND hRIPPENO "UNITED STATES* ,STORAGE CD PHONES ME-3 422 CLEAN. DRY STORAGE FUR 9'URNII. TURE~ ANDI PtANOM. Estimates eheec. SgIven. WULCR' L WI 00 Va. awa, EDUCATIONAL. SPANISHWASHINGTON ofrs. from spain-Ceaversational MetX apid progrees, 1816-11 V N. W. N YMCA SCHOO0LS CO-e stesess-4 Sbdst Lat ven Assomstmese Sut * Snemsse Law IS.. bsmre I Aatsis Geuilh peusseatr sbees es Se's eSbe 5e5 er Adree ISp S m. Eeis Ie, LAKE WGMOOL STENOGRAP33Y AND TYPRWRITNO Sleet Cesreee-Indlvidnsl 3..treetlga. 4ll.415 Steether. bldg. Phen. Mais 7819 CHOOSE YOUR LOCATION! 1215 to. 1221 Kenyon St. N. W. 13th and Springr road N. W. 8th and Quincy Sts. N. W. 23 Bryant St. N. E. 1352 to 56 K St. S. E. 947-957 14th St. S. E. 539-4 1-43 Kentucky Ave. S. E. 6, 7, and 8 ROOMS. OPEN. Easy Termts. H. R.' HOWENSTEIN CO. 1814 F Streta.i W. --V IN CECAi MLY ' IM LU.. . .Oti WI i YGLAO TO 4To4 CLOT . W COLORED-COMIC SUPPLE I line Wallace, because she could not perceive the reasons for a sudden parental determination to put a stop to the gayetles she had pursued during all the years of a ile of unrestricted frivolity. Both ia the end are able to see their own mistakes, but the realisation of personal culpability is even more force fully borne home upon the guilty con sciousness of the neglectful parents. Anna Q. Nilsson, as the daughter of the poverty-stricken household; Mau rine Powers. as Madeline Wallace; Claude King. as her father; Juli2 Swayne Fordon. her mother: Corinne Barker and Kathryn Perry, gold die gers, and Dan Mason, as Dodo, an octogenarian lounge lisard, offer char acter portrayals that are as clean-cut as cameos and thoroughly convincing. "Penny-in-the-Slot" affords Harry Pollard probably the most congenial vehicle he has had in recent months, and the news pictures are of particu lar interest in that they include int views of the visiting military leaders of the allied armies in the great war Jacques, Diaz. Pershing and Foch. CrPITOL "Miss New York, Jr." Those followers of burlesque were not the least little bit disappointed in "Miss New York, Jr.," which opened its week's engagement at the Capitol yesterday. Fddie Cole. who in the play is called Souse, is a whole show all by himself. Of course, there is enough of a plot to keep one interested at all times, but the specialty numbers ere frequent and some are good encugh for the "big time." Katherine Murray. Gladys Stock ton, end Myrtle Andrews are well received. There is a big surprise advertised, but it might be well said there is a surprise in every "bite." But the really big surprise comes at the last part of the second act. which cannot be related here as it would be like seeing the last reel first and that would spoil it all. Eddie Cole has no end of parodies. He writes them all himself. His jokes are all new. The form con test among the chorus girls will he given with every performance this week, as it met with such applause. LOEW'S COLUMBIA "Camille." It was apparently a mistake to assume that a great 'artiste like Nazimova in a splendid production like Metro's modernized version of Alexandre Dumas' great classic of love and sacrifice. "Camille," could be seen by all the thousands ef en thusiastic photoplay lovers who would want to see her in a single week of seven days. Just how mistaken such an idea really was was mn-nfested at Loew's Columbia Theater yester day afternoon, where Nazimova be gan the second grit vdek of her splendid Washington engagement be fore audienoes that pa.ad the house at every performanc,. "Camille," the story by Alexandra Dumaa that has been called by crit ics the greatest dr' nt of love and sacrifice ever writt-n, gives the splendid Nazimova an almost un paralleled opportunity fo: the die play of those ma-veloas emotionul and histrionic gifts with wnich she has been endowed by nature. In the role of the beautlf~al, no torious woman of the Paris cute who sarifices the career that meant the most to her for love. Nazimova por trays a passionate intenaity of drama that is almost without an equal in screen annals. In this she has recei'nd the sup porting assistance of a splendid cast of screen playe'rs, 1l:1 by Rudolph Valentino, the powesrful young actor who, in the role of the younger Desnoters, created I never-to-bgfor gotten heroic mole in Ibanes' great film, "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" "Can-ville" portrays with splendid force , and powerful uframatic mo ments, the story of Marguerite 'au tier, otherwise known as Camlic, for Armand Duval, a yo.mng law stu dent of Paris. When Armand'a' de votion'to the cause of love invol',es him in financial difficulties that threaten his family's honor, Ar mand's father persuades Camille to give him up rather than let hinm ruin his career. For love, she makes thce sacrtfice, even though Armand, believing her -faithless, denounces her as a wan ton. Stricken with grief, but faith ful to her trust. Camre sinks ato illness and neglect, but in the end, Armand learns of the great aacrifce she has made for him and hurris to her side. The managenrent has supplemented the featured production with a bril liant and powerful array of screen and musical productions, lne'udmg a new Toonerville comedy, "A Tot n erville Tangle;" the Loew news events, the Literary Digest Topice, a splendid symphonic overture and other attractions of the program. CRANDALL'S "I Do. Two male stars of t'e screen, each possessed of unusual ability in hi. particular line, share honors at Crandall's Theater the first three days of the curent week, where the major attraction Is "1 Tio," 14ar'old Lloyds newest and funniest release, and the companion feature, "Making The Grade," starring David Butler. Harold Lloyd has never Introduced greater originality or a greater uaum her of laughs through the mediumn of a two-re l farce than he brings to the screen 'n "I IDo." in which are revealed the i'erpleuities of a young married couple left in charge of a couple of innerr-igible youngsters. ,he fat thatme nsets ves of u*a . By Go WOLMD IK sC MT--4000 [ OCARt . MENT OF THIS PAPER EV fathomable mysticism is made to punctuate the final scenes of the comedy only adds to their unbridled hilarity. Mildred Davis affords the star brilliant support. In "Making the Grade," David Butler appears for the first time as star of one of his own productions. The story is a brisk one that relates the adventures of a young millionaire who enlists in the United States Army and is sent to Siberia as a private in the ranks. In that faraway and barren land of penury and punishment, he en counters strange adventures which have as part of their ramifications the rescue of a beautiful young wom an about to be shot by the military authorities of another expeditionary force for traitorous activities. The shar does a splendid piece of work In the leading role and is ably sup ported by Helen Ferguson and a strong cast. The bill for ,the early-week is com pleted by short-reel subjects and ex cellent pipe organ accompaniment. THE STRAND "No Woman Knows." 'INo Woman Knows" was presented to Washington for the first time yes terday at the Strand. It will certainly establish another enviable record in the humanely interesting and widely read novel by Edna Ferber. The depiction flashes from the moun tain tops of Intense emotional feeling to the quiet valleys of homely realism, from the earnest naturalness of family life to the intricate expression of ex treme dramatic significanoe. while through it all runs a tender theme of divine unselfishness and the self-sea rificing instincts of mother and sister love, a theme of universal interest and Import. "Fanny Herself," is portrayed by Mabel Julienne Scott. who brings to the role a marvelously perfect and in. telligent Interpretation and who at tains to remarkable heights of dram. atic and emotional expression. The picture Introduces the audience into the family life of a small town - couple with their two gifted children and so naturally is the story strung together with human incidents and the strength and weakness of human nature that tears and laughter inter I mingla many times during the show Ing. Kalaluhi's Hawaiians. presenting a tropical serenade entitled "An Evening In Hawaii." featured the vaudeville half of the program and met with in stant favor, being excellent musici ans on their native string instruments. and also possessed of fine voices. The hula dance of an unnamed star brought forth numerous encores. The Faber Brothers. America's fore most equilibrists in feats of strength and endurance, open the bill in a most satisfactory manner. Fisk and Fal lon follow with a clever little skit. "Words and Music," with little of the former and much of the latter that s most enjoyable. Douglas Flint and a capable com pany present a humorous character comedy entitled "Grouchy Gregory." that went over big, while Edward J. Lambert assisted by Minnie Fish, con tributed fifteen minutes of chatter and music that kept the house in a mirth ful state the entire time they were on. Short film features and special or chestral numbers arranged by Arthur .1. Manvell, including Meinken's "Wa bash Blues" as overture, and Johnson's popular hit, "Sweetheart' as exit march, round out the bili. KNICKERBOCKER "Why Girls Leave Home." The comedy feature of the bill ar ranged for premiere Washington pre sentation at Crandall's Knickerbocker Theater yesterday. and today is Hal Roach's new laughing hit, "Fifteen Minutes.' In which the stellar role Is played in hilarious fashion by Harry Pollard and the .talented supporting cast led by Marie Moequini. Adding to the Interest of the early week program are new issues of the Pathe News and the Literary Digests "Topics of the Day." and an especial ly delightful concert number by the Knickerbocker Symphony under the conductorship of Signor Natlello, con sisting of gems of melody from Plan quette's ever-popular "Chimes of Nor mandy." The foremost feature of the bill is Warner Brothers' superb film version of "Why Girls Leave Home," a play famous on the stage and improved In its every aspect in the camera ren dition, complete review of which will be nd in connection with the Metropolitan Theater, where this sterl ing photodrama was also accorded first Washington ecreenings yester day. BIG PROGRAM ARRANGED FOR Y. M. C. A. CONCERT A varied program will be given to night at 7 o'clock at the Monday evening lobby concert by the social department. Y. M. C. A., in the asso cation's headquarters. The participants will be the Mc Cauley sister', in "Bits of Songs:' Miss Mahel McCullp, contralto ; iss Jessie Patterson. reader; Royal M. Tirker; baritone; Miss Elsie Jorse, so prano, and Mrs. Howard M. Blandy, Miss Bla nche Reynolds, Miss M. (I. Davis and H. E. Saltsman, accom panists. 150 BILLION CROWNS ALL AUSTRIA IS SHORT VIENNA. Nov. 7.-The government tomorrow will Introduce before Parilis men.t the buditet estimate bWl for 1922. The bill will shew a dettelt et 110, ana an awwmae. rge McManus I ON - W< Ae M4 Ov" TO ALL ON ThIKM I suaveg Inc. ERY SUNDAY MORNING. Jean Eliot's News Of Capital Society (Continued from Page 7.) teenth street, for their guest, Miss Anna Hamlin, who is spending several weeks with them before sailing with her mother, Mrs. Charles S. Haalin, for Bermuda to spend the winter. Prince de Bearn, counselor of the French embassy, has returned to Washington after a brief visit at Hot Springs, Va. Guido Sabetta, counselor of the Italian embassy and until recently charge d'affaires. has sailed for Italy on -leave. Mrs. Babetta has been in bad . health and is going home to undergo an operation. Dr. Conrad Jenny, secretary of the Swiss Legation, has been transferred to. the Swiss Legation in Berlin, and will sail shortly or his new post. accompanied by Mme. Jenny. Col. and Mrs. Robert M. Thompseos. who have been at the St. Regis Hotel, New York, since closing their summer home at Southampton, L. I.. haVe started for California via the Panama Canal. On their return they will come to Washington for the spring season. Mrs. Gibson Fahnestopk, who has been at French k Springs, Ind., for the last fortnight has returned to her home in Ma=sach setts avenue. Her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Snowden Fahnestock, will be with her over Armistice Day. Mr. and Mrs. Paul de Hoff Reed are being congratulated on the birth of a son yesterday. Mrs. Reed was formerly Miss Elisabeth Noyes Boyd, of PhiladelphIa. Mrs. Reed's mother, Mrs. Theodore L. Pomeroy, of Green wich. Conn., is in Washington and is visiting her brother and sister-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Noyes. Mrs. Sylvanus Stokes, Jr.. is in New York for a few days and I. staying at the Plaza Hotel. Mrs. I. T. Mann wtIl give a Aebu tante luncheon next Monday for her charming daughter. Miss Alice Mann, who is to be presented to society on Thanksgiving Day. Miss Mann is going to Charlottesville, Va., the lat ter part of this week for a round of festivities at the University of Vir ginia, and' on November 19 she will christen the new battleship West Vir ginia to be launched at Newport News. Mrs. Arthur Lee will come to Wash ington the first of this week from her home in Elkins, W. Va., and will be with her sister, Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins, while reopening her house on Massachusetts avenue for the winter. Mr. Lee will join her here the latte part of the month. Count Lazlo Ssechenyi arrived in New York Friday on board the Hol land-American liner, the Rotterdam, and will Join Countess Szechenyi. the former Miss Gladys Vanderbilt. who is here with her children. - - Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aspinwall will give a supper dance this evening ht Wardman Park Hotel for their daughter. Miss Margaret Aspinwall. and Lieut. Carlisle V. Allan, U. S. A., and the members of their bridal party. The marriage of Miss Aspinwall and Lieutenant Allan will take place tomorrow night at the Church of the Covenant, and arill be followed by a reception at the homey of the brido's parente in Wyoming avenue. At the Home Club entertainment on Saturday evening in the auditerium of the Interior building. Madame Hugli gave a dlescripton of the charms of Uwitserland, Interspersing her talk with "numeroua folk lore songs, magnificent colored slides, and three reela of excellent moving plc tures, furnished by the Swiss Gov ernent. Mrs. Guy U. Hardy of Canonm City, Col., wife of Congressmian Guy U. Hardy of the 3rd Colorado District has arrived' in Washington with her three children. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy have taken a home at 1337 Gallatin street for the year. Congressman and Mrs. Hamilton Fish have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holland Dueli, who are on their honeymoon. David Jayne Hill, former American Ambassador to . Germany. returned Fr~d on the Holland-America liner Rotte am from, a four month's visit to Europe. Congressman and Mrs. Frederick C. Hick., of New York. have leased the residence, 1731 N street, and will take possession on Thursday. Homers For Woodfill. . Members of the Fifth, Red Diamond division will honor SBrgt. $iamuel Woodfill. U. S. A., designated by General Pershing at the Usder among herpes of the American IMx. pedtionary Fnrces, with a box party at the Belanco theater tonight. Former friends of Woodfll in the division, wll~ be hobts to thme famnous warrior, at a dinner preceding the~ theater partLy. Mra, Vain Winkle to Apeak. IMrs. Mina Van Winkle, of tbe Weman's Bureau, of the Police Da partmenit. s1,oke at the luncheon at the Penguir LClub today. I Marni (.ox, the distinguished editor me te. lamanburgh Review, =if b. tim won".o 44. veib r . b i ~w Were intm vt s the ber. ae .J . guo n -sen Mr. api W mea. Mr md Mrs. ed Robert - W. L00% amdir.e hm C. Amher. - the Miwister ofwe .bbl.M C. P. " Rledinlgton. and M . .* * Mr. and M Ls. . 1. Sid ..te dlim vhstm e BradlyHills In eapliment to their a aoes. MirMary Adas- Stvens, who has just returned bea Wsos, Tea., where she was appointbd by Presdeat r Harding t t the a alt '. the setten festval, and Mims Charlotte resinaa Clark, who was seiected tw Mrs. Woodrow Wilson lst year to rep-- s resent the District. - The othrests Included Mies V pinka Bird. Miss Dtrx Wagner, NNW-'". Helen Steves, Mr. and Mrs. Ross H. * Johnson. John Christina, Coeaas.4 Penny, Jr.. Edward Stock, Jr., and.e Charles Stock, ses of the bests. The Arts Club tea yesterday after neon was In charge of Mrs. Warren.. N. Akers, as hostess. Mrs. Charles W. Fairfag and Miss Bertha. Noyes pre sided at the tables, and Miss Louisee"~ and Miss Mary Pugh assisted the host ess in the dining rooms. An unusual collection of rare Javanese batiks. old - potterles, brasses and woven, work, be longing to Hadji Ernest Staples, is on display in tUle Arts Club rooms. Mr... Staples resided fifteen years in Java, and through an extensive personal ac quaintance wit6 the natives was en abled to accumulate a large number ofr specimens of their workmanship of ex ceptional designs and beauty of color.. Mrs. Harding Paresse. Mrs. Warren O. Harding and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge will head the list of patronesses for the international ball which is to be given at the New Wi lard Monday evening, November 21.'. by the Robert E. Lee Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy. A partial list of the patrons and patronesses are the Belgian Ambas sador and Baroness de Cartier, Mrs. Charles Evans Hughes, Mrs. Edwin Denby, Princess X. Bibesco of Ru mania, the Minister of Ecuador and~ Madame Elisalde, Admiral and Mrs. Robert E. Coonts, Brig. Gen. and Mrs.' Amos A. Fries, Brig. Gen. and Mrs., William D. Connor, Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Williarh J. Snow, Mrs. William~ C. HarUese. Miss G. Bright, president of the Maryland Division, U. D. C.: Mrs. Absolom Waller, president of the District of Columbia Division, U. D. C.;A Mrs. Peter A. Drury. Mrs. 3. K. Van Sickler, Mrs. Frank Wilkes Pyle, Senator John Sharp Willams, Mrs. A. Lawton Morgan, Congressman and Mrs. James O'Connor. Mrs. Thoma.. W. Harrison, Mrs. Charles A. Mont gomery. Mrs. Goodwin D. Ellworth, AMrs. Robert Van Horn W Wett, Mrs, S. T. Covert, Major and Mrs. Daniel Smith Gordon. and Mrs. Arthur Mad + Donald. . A Miss Margaret Steaga has been chosen chairman and Miss Lois Cros. well vice chairman of the young ladles' committee. Admiral Robert E. Coonts and Brig. Gen. Ames A. Fries are chairmen of the reception committee, with Claude N. Bennett as vice chairman. The ball Is under the direction of Mrs. E. H. Lynhan. president of thd..K chapter. and Mrs. Walter E. Huttone chairman of the ball cmma'te. Pei-Cannen. Announcement has been made of the recent marriage of Miss Mary F. Can - non, daughter of Mrs. Mary Canny, of this city, and Charles Puff. of Soutd" Charleston. W. Va. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father - John Gregory In the presence of a few Intimate friends and relatives.. Mr. and Mrs. Poff will make their homes in Charleston for the present, where he is In business. The marriage of Miss V. M. Hanes, daughter of Mrs. W. H. fHans, Of 331. Sheridan street, and Ralph Aoem Shinn will take place tonight at $ o'clock at Brightwoed Park Methodist Episcopal Church. the Rev. Charles Cole performing the ceremony. Mr. Shinn and his bride will leave immediately after for Denver to spend the winter. The Woman's Club ot Betheade wrl'. held its next meeting at the heme ot Miss F~rence White in Alta Vista. Miss Anljna Faquhar will address the club on the Montgomery Osunty Hoe pital, and Miss Mona GUI will glee a summary of "Curreat Events," after which tea will be served. The Woman's National Foudatis will hold a special meeting of ito beard 1of governors in the hail rebmt of the Willard Hotel on Wednesday after noon from 4to 6 o'clock. Mrs Col~g asPairenses, Mrs. Caliin Coelidge and Mrs. Henry C. Wallace have esseted to be patroneses at the seedni annual motion picture benefit of the Oeluui blan Women of George Washlatent Univesity, which wUi be held at the Knickerbocker Theater on Thus. day. The film shown will be "'The. River's End," from James Oliver Cur wood's delightful romance, and there will be two showings, at -2 and 4 o'clock. The proceed. will go to 'she ssholz shIp fund of tai club, whieh ste - talne two scholarhIps tsr gIrl sta dents of the George Washinpgt Ual. versity. and hepes matertolly to en pand its ucllolarship and other act191 ties in the near future. The benefIt is under the direction of Mrs. John Paul Barnest, and among the patroneses,. in adllition to the wife of the Vice President and the wife of the Secretary of Agrilulture are Mrs. Hloward L.Hedghins, wife ' the presIdent ef the athfepq;v , 3ir. Charles Carroll Glover. Mrs. HhsW., Keye., Mrs. Jultan Jamnes, V'.Iee Votaw, Strs. Henry S. . Vi. Breckinridge Lag, and1aW m Hi. llaldwin. The of ficare of the ~hasaan Women are: President, MIss .fm~ Peat; vice president5, Mrs. Keaten L. !Fereon anid Mrs. Jeshue ys, . correuponading aecretary, MrsD Clinton Croissant: reer'ng sersarK Mrs. Henry Grattan Opile, ad treas' urer, MIes Juuia L. v, MaCer. Suxto'n Elected Cshier. JAGERSNTOWN,. M4., lede. 7.--Dan amin W. Itasten, Wandehorn, Mld., 4rmerly cenneetud twith the 00rn mer cial National Mh, etWlnte a been eiested eaber '