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THE WASHINGTON hLEKAtiD. SATUKJDA". mirOUJSK 5.' 191Z.
Woodward & Lothrop
New York-WASHINGTON Paris.
Infants' Outfits in
Outer Wearing Apparel.
MOTHERS have now become so careful in the selection of
Infants' OiJter Wearing Apparel that we leave nothing
undone to assist them in determing their exact needs or
enabling them to select with more Certainty and satisfaction. Ac
cordingly, we have instituted a departure in our Infants' Depart
ment, and have arranged three outfits that are particularly stylish
and attractive. Each article or garment harmonizes in style and
making, thus producing a practical and beautiful outfit
Outfit at $5.75.
1 Cashmere Lone 6oat. large col
lar, trimmed with French knots
and lace. J5 00. I Corded Silk Cap.
turn-back piece with ruchlne trim
ming'. 50c 1 pair Wool Mltteqs,
without thumbs, 25c pair.
Outfit at $10.75.
1 Bedford Cord Coat. 6 months and 1 year aire hand-embroidered scal
loped cape, turn-back cuffs with dainty scalloptd edge. J6... 1 Corded Silk
Cap, turn-back piece edged lth lace and trimmed with trench knots. JLW.
1 pair Knitted Leggins, n.00. 1 White Sweater. $1-00. 1 pair Mittens, SOc.
Tfcird floor-P at.
Stylish and Correct Footwear
For Growing Feet.
GREAT care should be exercised in the selection of Shoes
for children ; the fitting is a feature that should receive spe
cial attention, in order that plenty of room be allowed for
the gradual growth of the feet along lines of nature's own de
velopment. Cramping, undue pressure or imperfectness in make
may 'result in serious disability in walking or mar foot comfort
throughout life. Only by observance of these foremost facts, and
others less important, can foot troubles be avoided and the growth
of the feet kept normal.
Misses' and Children's Shoes, of
tan Russia calfskin, lace, and button
styles, with best oak leather soles;
Goodyear welt sewed.
Sizes 8'2 to 1014, pair $2.00
Sizes 11 to 2, pair $2.50
Misses' and Children's Gun Metal
Calfskin Lace and Button Shoes,
with best oak leather soles; Good
ear welt sewed.
Sizes Sy2 to 10J4, pair. .. .$2.00
Sizes 11 to 2, pair $2 50
Just received a new shipment of College Girls' Tan Storm
Boots, made of fine chrome calfskin, soft and pliable. Medium
high blucher-cut lace model, on the new College last, with round
toe and heavy extension soles ; English walking heel. For all prac
tical purposes this shoe has no equal ; and despite its durability, is
stylish and shapely. Sizes 2l2 to 6.
$5.00 the pair.
Third flocr Tenth st.
Corsets' and Corset Waists for
CORRECT and scientific corseting for youthful and immature
figures is absolutely essential, and to accomplish it means
much to the form and health of the girl. The Corsets and
Corset Waists we offer are without the abrupt and hard lines
that allow the figure no freedom, but rather assist in maintaining
a natural and graceful contour, at the same time permitting the ut
most ease and comfort. The materials are light-weight, and they
are lightly boned.
The Sheathlyne College Girl Waist
of batiste, medium and low bust,
long soft skirt. Each $1.50
Ideal Athletic Waists for gymna
sium and athletic wear, medium
length, with rubber lacing at side.
Ideal Waists for the girl Just put
ting on corsets, clasp front, with
shoulder straps and garters.
Ferris Waists, with shoulder
straps and garters, suitable styles
for the younj; girl. Each 73c and $1
Third floor Elerenth at.
C7300 1-lb. loaves to the barret
of success in baking can
be summed up in three
words CREAM BLEKD
Whether you be novice
or expert you cannot afford
to use any other flour.
Don't be persuaded into
accepting an inferior sub
stitute insist on having
AT YOUR GROCER'S.
Wholesalers, JSS: Sgftffifi at .
Old Shoes Repaired
After we get through
with them they look
like new. It costs lit
tle. It saves much.
719 Ninth St N.W.
Work Called for-and Delivered.
W Gin Votes in To Herald's S3.M0 Contest
9th and D
Outfit at $9.00.
1 Cashmere Lonsr Coat, large col
lar, hand-scalloped edge, lined
throughout with silk, J8.00. 1 China
Silk Cap. trimmed with ruching and
ribbon ties. 75c. 1 pair Hand-knitted
Mittens, without thumbs, 25c pair.
Misses' and Children's Genuine
White Buckskin Button Shoes, with
Goodyear welt sewed soles.
Sizes 6 to 8, pair $3.00.
Sizes 8yi to 10y2, pair. . . .$3 50
Sizes 11 to 2, pair $4.00
Growing Girls' or large Misses'
Shoes, of gun metal calfskin, tan
Russia calfskin and patent kid and
coltskin, several different shapes of
toes and heights of heels.
$3.00 to $5.00 pair.
Ivy Corsets, of broche. softly
boned: low bust and lonsr hip for
the slender figure. Pair $3J0
Coutll and Batiste Corsets. ery
low bust and medium long hip:
heavy boning. Pair $3.00
Corsets of coutil and batiste, a
rious models with low bust and long:
slender hip. especially suited for the
girlish figure. Pair... $1.30 and $2.00
Coutil Corsets, medium and low
bust models with medium and Ions
hips. Pair $1.00
DR. SELLHAUSEN HONORED.
Physlclnn to Auitrlnu Embassy
Get Order of ljum Joseph.
As a mark of recognition for his good
services for the Austrian Embassv hire
during the last twele years, the Order
of Franz Joseph, one of Austria's high
est honors, has been conferred on Dr.
Ernest A. Sellhausen by the Emperor.
J-T. oeiwiausen nas Deen connected with
the embassy here In various capacities
for the last tintv imhi TTa . ka
physician to the embassy during the
last twelve years. On occasion of cele
brating his birthdnv hl hnnn, ra.
bestowed by the Emperor.
xne Emperors birthday comes In July,
but the diploma and the golden insignia
(f the order, recpntlv rrlin him .Aittt.
the embassy, were the first Intimation
received by Dr. Sellhausen. It came as
a. complete surprise to him.
ONLY SON IS HEIR.
Administrator Appointed for Estate
of Sirs. Geneva W. Gordon.
Letters of administration for the estate
of Geneva W. Gordon, who was divorced
from Fulton R. Gordon, and who com
mitted suicide September 27 last, were
granted jesitraay Dy Justice Anderson to
her sister, ailss Helen D. wise.
The petlUon stated that Sirs. Gordon
owned no real estate, but had COO on
deposit In a building association and
100, In a bank. James Howell Gordon, a
sort.'ls heir to the estate.
an art. in
which we have
J, H. Small & Sons,
Corner 15th and H Sts.
New York Waldorf-Astoria,
A dinner wai given last night in the
Presidential suite "at the New Wlllard In
honor of Col. Theodore Roosevelt," at
which were, present Surgeon General and
MTSs jtucey, uen. arm jura, juiua, ociiaiui
Clapp, Miss Hagner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
J. Hogan. Mr, John C. O'X-aughlln. Mr.
William Loeb. Jr.. Mr. J. W. McQrath.
Mr. Ernest Abbott, and Mr. John Mc-
Sir George Reld. the high commissioner
for Australia In London, and Lady Reld
were the guests of honor at & dinner Klv
en by the Hon. John Barrett director
general of the Pan-American Union, at
the New WUlard last night
Mr. and Mrs. George X. McLanahan,
accompanied by their children, have re
turned, to Washington from a three
weeks' trip through Glacier Park, Mont,
and have opened their residence In Q
Street for the winter.
Mr. Constantln Brun, the new Danish
minister. Is a passenger on the Oceanic,
which sailed from Southampton on Wed
nesday. The BrlUsh Ambassador and Mrs. Bryce
are visiting Miss Lorlng at her country
home at Prides Crossing. Mass.
Mrs. William Grosvenor, of Newport
and New York, has announced the en
gagement of her daughter. Miss Rose P.
Grosvenor, to Mr. George Peabody Gard
ner, jr.. of Boston. Mass. Miss Gros
venor -has been prominent socially ever
since her debut and also In athletics, be
ing a fine tennis player and an expert
In handling a Herreshoff half-rater in
and around Narragansett Bay.
Mr. Gardner Is a nephew of Mrs. John
L. Gardner,, of Back Bay, Boston, and a
graduate of Harvard. 1910. He sprang
into fame by playing the role of Mutt in
the Hasty Pudding Club's theatrical
production this year. lie Is secretary of
the Harvard Corporation. When at the
university he won the intercollegiate ten
nis championship, as well as many points
as a hurdler.
The French Ambassador and Mme, Jus
serand, who hae spent the summer
abroad, sailed for this country yesterday
on board the Province, of the French
Dr. and Mrs. Breckenrldge Bayne. who
have been spending the summer In New
port, will return to Washington this
evening with their Infant daughter. They
will -visit Dr. Bajne's mother in N Street
until they can find a. house for the w In
ter, as their own. which is In the process
of building, will not be completed for
some months. Mm Bayne was formerly
Miss Olga Roosevelt
Prof, and Mrs. E. F. Andrews sail for
this oountry to-day. They hae been in
Europe for many months. It is expected
that they will open their house in Six
teenth Street and spend the winter here
Miss Alice Goodwin, who has spent the
summer In Jamestown, R. I . Is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cortwrlght st their
home in Germantown, Pa. Miss Good
win's sister. Mrs. Roscoe Dillon, reached
Washington last night and is stopping
with her mother, Mrs. Walton Goodwin,
at her apartment In Nineteenth Street.
Miss Elinor W. Bretton, of New York.
Is visiting Miss Emily Tuckerman at her
cottage In Stockbrldge.
The Postmaster General. Frank Hitch
cock, who has ben In New York for a
few das. has returned to this city.
The Minister of Slam, Prince Traldos
Frabandh, accompanied by the first sec
retary of the legation, Mr. Edward H.
Loftus, has armed at Newport. R. I.
Mr. and Mrs Loftus spent the summer
at Easternpolnt, Gloucester. Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury Blair have
returned to Washington from Bar Har
bor, and arc In their house In New
Mrs. Richard If. Townsend. after spend
ing a few dajs In New York, has re
turned to Washington. She passed the
summer as usual at Bar Harbor, Me
The military attache, of the German
Embassy, MaJ. von Herwarth. has re
turned from abroad and reached this
Col. John S. Mosby has returned to
Washington and taken an apartment at
The American Ambassador to the Court
of St. James and Mrs. Whltelaw Reld
are passengers on the Lusltanla for this
country. It is only a flying trip, as thy
plan to return to England on October
They will not give up Dorchester House,
their London home, until next March.
Mrs. Johnston L. de Peyster and her
daughter. Mrs. HoTyard T. Martin, of
New York, are stopping at the Red Lion
Inn in Stockbrldge, Mass.
Mr. Frederick Townsend Martin, who
has spent the summer In England, Scot
land, and. France, will return to this
country on October 3 and again occupy
an apartment at the Plaza In New York
for the winter months.
Capt and Mrs. E. E. Graves are en
tertaining their daughter, Mrs. G. B.
Spencer, of St Paul. Minn., who Is here
on an extended Msit
A general Invitation has been Issued to
members of the Daughters of the Amerl
can Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars.
Sons of the American Revolution, and
Order of Washington to attend the pres
entation of memorial altar ases to old
Falls Church Episcopal Church at Falls
Church, Va., to-morrow afternoon at 5
o'clock. In memory of the late Mr. Hugh
Vernon Washington, of Georgia, compa
triot of the Order of Washington and
formerly Lieutenant Governor of the"So
clety of Cplonial Wars In Georgia.
Mrs. W. E. Callender, regent of Falls
Church Chapter of the D. A. R., will pre
side, and Dr. Joseph G. B. Bulloch, chan
cellor and historian of the Order of
Washington, will deliver an eulogy of Mr.
Washington, who was a collateral de
scendant of Gen. George Washington, a
former vestryman of the parish.
The delegation representing the Order
of Washington will Include Rear Ad
miral Charles H. Stockton. Brig. Gen.
Marcus J. Wright Mr. James Marlon
Johnston. Brig. Gen. Carle A. "Woodruff.
Dr. Joseph G. B. Bulloch, Mr. WUIIam
M. Conrad, Mr. Ethelbert Fairfax. Capt
John W. Wright TJ. S. A.; Commander
Thomas Washington. U. S. N.; Mr.'
Thomas Campbell Washington. Mr. Will
lam Fayne Meredith. Mr. Lawrence
Washington. Mr. Howard P. Wright Dr.
Charles Nelll MacBryde, Dr. Edwin A.
Hill, and Mr. A. B. Dent
The Russian Ambassador and Mme.
Bakhmeteff have returned to Washing
ton and opened their residence In K
and Seventeenth Streets for the winter.
A reception will he given to Capt Mar-
bury Johnson, of the United States
Steamship Georgia; Capt Benson, of the
Utah; Capt Oliver, of the New Hamp
shire, and Commander Casey B. Morgan.
of the Missouri, byrair. and Mrs. David
Robinson. In Atlanta. Ga.. at th Hnr.l
Imperial, oo Sunday evening. October 13.
ait, us wyatt Aineo, president of the
Georgia. Society, with his daughter. Miss
Aiken, will assist in receiving the guests.
These officers are all Georgians, Capt
Johnson's old home being at Albany,
where he was a schoolmate of Mr. Rob.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Addison are
spending a few days In New York at
the Hotel Stratford before returning to
Mrs, James C, Pilling and her daugh
ter, Miss Ruth Pilling, have left" Wash
ington and will spend the winter abroad.
Miss Dorothy Harman Dawson, of 1433
L Street Northwest; has returned from
an extended visit to friends in Philadel
phia. Miss Helen Drake, of 1632 Rlggs Place,
entertained at dinner last night.
The wedding of Miss Emma Rawllngs,
daughter of Mr, and Mrs Frank Raw
llngs, to Mr. James Barr, of Milwaukee,
vlll take place In this dty on Wednes
day, October 9. Mr. Barr is connected
with the comptroller's office In Mil
waukee, and Immediately after the wed
csing he will take his bride to his home
In that city.
Viscount Benolst d'Axy, naval attache
of the French Embassy, and Viscountess
Benolst d'Azy, who have been traveling
all summer, will arrive In Washington
en October 7.
Representative and Mrs. Martin W
LltUeton. who are spending some days
in New York, gave a dinner on Wednes
day evening at the RItz-Carlton.
Mr. Taft Decides
Not to Witness
Beerly. Mass, Oct . President Talt
to-day abandoned his intention of at
tending any of the world's series base-
ball games and decided Instead to go
motoring through New England. He will
leae to-morrow morning, accompanied
by Mrs. Taft. MaJ. T. L. Rhoads, and
Miss Mabel Boardman. They will return
here next Friday.
President Tatt went to Salem, Mass ,
to-day, where he assisted at the unveil
ing of a memorial tablet for the hirst
Massachusetts Artillery. Upon his re
turn he had British Ambassador Bryce
for his guesti
'WHERE AEE THE DEAD!"
Hon. J. F. Rntherford Will Give
Lecture To-morrow Afternoon.
"Where Are the Dead?" Is the theme
of a lecture to be lell vexed to-morrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock at Columbia Thea
ter by Hon J. F. Rutherford, of the
New York bar.
No admission will be charged. Mr.
Rutherford Is a Bible student of note and
J. K. ItrTIIERFORD.
is a well-known platform speaker. He
claims that the question. "Where Are the
Dead'" cm be answered from the Bible,
and promises to gUe the answer clearly
Thanks for Hemic Men.
Request has been made of the Secretary
of War by the Navy Department that
the thanks of the latter department be
comejed to Col Robert M. Getty
Twenty-seenth Infantry, and the men li
his command who recovered the bodies
of seeral raval apprentices drowned In
New System of Tenchlnjr.
A school Is to be established at the
home of Alexander Graham Bell, 1333
Connecticutt Avenue, this fall, to intro
duce the Montessarl system of teaching
children on the basts of "their physical
Instead of their mental age" In Washing
ton. The school will be In charge of
Miss George, of New York.
REPEATING the "Spe
cial" that was so pop
ular Saturday last.
Varieties usually $1 and $1.50
TO-DAY ONLY 50c per
Order early and avoid dis
appointment the supply is
bound to go quickly.
Our Annual Sale of
PALMS & FERNS
is one of the most success
ful we've ever held. Hun
dreds of beautiful specimens
of the most wanted varieties.
We give Herald 923400
aaaB L. -aaaaaaaaEaWzsassssni
THE NEW.BOYS SHOP
Second Floor of the Greater Palais RoyaL
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER Close 6 P. M. G STREET
- EXCURSIONS. EXCURSIONS.
SEE THE WARSHIPS
Hudson River, New York
OCTOBER 6 TO 15
Beautiful Night Illuminations
Sixteen U S. Battleships will be In New Tork Harbor on Oc
tober 6 This Is the advance guard of the Atlantic Fleet of 113
Wanhlpa which will mobilize In the Hudson River between
30th Street and 170th Street for Official Review October 14 and
15. This will be the greatest fleet ofwarships ever assembled
in American waters or under the United States flag.
Public Is Invited to Inspect Ships
It Is the desire of the Navy Department that the people shall
see their Warships, and the ships will be open for inspection
from 9.00 a. m. to 5.00 p. m., each day. except during the
FAST EXPRESS TRAINS tilRECT TO
which Is easily accessible to the Upper Rher Front.
Fall and Winter Schedule
Eastern Shore of Maryland
T1 Claiborne McDinirti, Rojil OaS. Earton. and
all point! down D. C A. A Kailirar.
Dally Ex. Dailf Lx.
Sunday Sat A, ban.
LtaTt CTaihinston Sill.!. 1:05 p. m.
Saturday only - JO p. to.
Thl KTiics allows rwtnn to i!dt the
Eaatrra hore and return 111 time day. and
Is tba only means of cornccticn from Wash
lnstoa with the tnorainz trains from Clai
borne for points on the It C 4 A Railway.
DIRECT SER ICE TO
Oxford and Cambridge
Daily Ex. Sunday
Lrate Washinjtpn 311S p. m. 13 p. m.
All trains operated from center of Wa'hloc
ton. direct to steamer's dock at Annapolis.
For new timc-tablf and full lnfcrmation
arpU ticket agent.
Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis
Electric Railroad Company
Ita :yV YORK AVEXDE.
Old Point Comfort
MODERN STEEL STEAMERS.
STEAM HEAT. ELECTRIC LIGHTS.
low Week-end rates
Will Continue During October.
Alao Specials, tnclndlnar accommoda
tions at Chambcrlln Hotel.
City Ticket Offlee Woodward Bids;.
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co.
Madeira, Sibrallar, Algiers, Naples, Genoa
IS. S. CLEVELAND Oct. 19, U A. M.
(World Cruise) .
IS. S. CWCINNATI Nor. 2, 11 A. M.
S. S. MOLTKE Nov. IS, 11 A. M.
. S. CINCINNATI Dec. 10, 11 A. M.
S. S. HAMBURG Jan. 11. 11 A. II.
fWUl bar accommodations for limited number of
passengers to MADEIRA. GIBRALTAR, and
lYVill not call at MADEIRA.
Villi call at Altera.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, t! Broadway.
N. Y r E. F. Droop & Sons Co.. Uth and U Sta,
.: Geo. W. Moss. SIT lltb EL. Washington. D. U.
The only le&chen of Stace Dander in WaWhinrtoc
Clotf. Back, and U ttaca work. Studio Garden
Theater. City. Acts Unfht; Tanderille enlistment
secured for pupfla. Winter cUsses row xcrmirg.
AU IeoDr"'ff.Teti by crofeuiooal actors. Addrcsa
THE VAUDEVILLE STUDIO, Uardea Tbeita,
Wx SU near K.
Given Away To-day
'A real gift a best 50c Pocket Knife
given with each of the $5.00 Suits here; in
sizes to 17 years. See samples of the Suits
and Knives in the G Street window.
The Hat Shop
Boys of all ages will find the latest styles,
and experts to fit them a real Hat Shop on
the Second Floor. -
Sweaters for Boys
The New Coat Style Sweaters; all wool
and full fashioned. Sizes 3 to 18 years, at
$1.00 to $3.50.
If he's at boarding-school, he'll need one,
without anydoubt. All sizes here of Terry
at $3.50, of wool at $3.95.
Blouses and Shirts
The Blouses 'with collars attached and de
tached. The Shirts in sizes 12 to 14 inch
necks. Prices, 50c to $1.00.
The Electric Line
Tho Most ConrenJcnt Way to Trarel to tie Craters of
Baltimore Washington Annapolis
a Limited Trains to and rrom Baltimore Daily.
Double-track No rrade croseicj- EioHlent roadbed
IIOrBLI SEIIWCE BETWEEN'
WASHINGTON aud ANNAPOLIS
UIRECT TO N WAI. ACIDLMY ATE.
Protected by Automatic Block i-iaK
CLEAN SAFE COMFORTABLE
$1.25 Round Trip
EEny sTi-nDi and scndit.
lncludinc eJilnon Cit j car fare.
Good to retnm nntil Monday MKinigtr.
Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis
Electric Railroad Company
ICI NEW lOKK AtENUE.
Moving Pictures, '
36th and M Sts. N. W.
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER
For MOUNT VERNON
ROUND TRIP SOc TO GATE
LcaTlcf Strnitfc Street Wharf at 10 a. m. and 230
p. m. dallr txctrt Sondtj. Cafe en tttamer. A
dVHchtfol crating on the historic and beautiful Po
tcmae. ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
ocean front, close to til at t net ions: e-
rity. I.00TX The location, larsa rooms, and ren
rrocDdinci hare eaUblUhed this at the moil
comfortable hotel for the summer. All baths ai
plied with sea and fresh water; running water ta
cuest room; spacious jromenade Terandas ever
looktmj tha famous Boardwalk. Orchestra, lllfih
daas restaurant. American and European plana.
A. S. RUKETSER, Hgr. JOEL HILLMIR, Prest.
G A Y ETY
Two Performances Daily by
KOLER, HALL AND MORTON
"THE QUEENS OF PARIS"
EXTRA Attraction. Sit it Edjthe Franz.
Next Week .'Tha Social Maids."
ARCADE SKATING RINK
th St. and Park Road.
NOW OPEN-THREE SESSIONS DAILY
MORNING, AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.
Our Slore Opens at g a. mT and
' closes at 6 p. m.
.Select the necessary
China, Glass,. Silver,
Kitchen Utensils, &c,
from our compjete stocks. ,
-The newest household
devices of every descrip
tion are shown here. Sat
isfactory quality only
lowest consistentprites at
of GRANITE IRON. WHITS.
ENAMELED WARE .Porce-
laln-llned and Tin-linea uiiw
WAKE, as well as .HEAVY
Pure Aluminum ware, which
possesses double the durabil
ity of other ware, and costs
but little more.
Laundry Supplies and Wood
en and Basket Wares.
China, and Glass
Whatever Is required Jn
hnn lines, for table or pan
try, is displayed here In great i
VariCiy Ul CllUltC jJm:.a
the richest and most elabor
ate as well as the Inexpensive
The famous EDDT & TET
TENBORN Refrigerators are
sold by us exclusively.
Dulin& Martin Co.
Tottery, Porcelain, China, Glass,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
UnUersal Praise Eiery YasMngton
Critic Indorses "Two Little Brides"
MESSRS SnCBEET PBESENT
JAMES T. POWERS
IS HIS NEWEST 1IISICAL COMEDY HIT
"TWO LITTLE BRIDES"
DIRECT FROM ITS CASINO IN. Y) RDV
BE.UTT CllOIlCb ind a ttorail Jtm4 UnjbJ
5lui-JlC0 MiUnt WrtM.lar-Ertrt
N-EXT WEEK-SEATo NOW.
In m Sjcctecmir uocaiina ranuar.
.twiitpl IT T IntmuUocal AfrisU.
THE rECFXCT WOMAN
to SJJMHNE" and K0S8
OF MEXICO.- Sixtj aa-
torfate rlarm and Ecz-
NSTIOnSi lUflnee To-dayi
Prices SOc. 75r, $1.00 and $1.50.
COH VN AND II mtIS PBLj-ENT
The Other EV3an
A Ne PUT by Eocene W. rresbrex. with
Next Week WUaam Farcum, la Th Litttctt
Rebel." ets now seUinc
ELM E"WD ORF
5 Thursday ftrrnoon. at 1:0.
OCT. 10 . . .Thr Heart of the- Jtocklrs
OCT. IT Thr Grand Cairoa
OCT. 24 The fireal -outhTeat
OCT. 31 . .. . Thp Pacific Coast
NO. . Thr Irllonntonr Park
I Ties t II Si C50 selili.
'hurau and Sat.
MR. HEI.RY MILLER
Io His Greatest Success.
Eodier Scoreboard. Seat
Scat Noir $2 to
Company of 90.
Orrhentra of 30.
Direct from its
all Hummer rum
In Nctt lork.
The Most Beautiful Theatre In America.
Attractions Ec.ui.Ln.; the $3 Theatre.
Daily Mate.. 3 4 5ftc Eres, 3, 50. T5c
in "THE YELLOW PERIL"
JVTIth Ms N. Y. Comranr MAItnCET-ITB
HANEl. RALPH LYNN' CO. Uitl
DOK lrl -xtette In II. A Kcfte-s n
Leading Ladr' Jnlitii Tannen. Maria
lrentcn. Hum. A. Fultrn, Ac 6 sta eta.
MrTTINES EVSjy M
HU. SEATS 28
FarewaJ Week "The Great Dlvldsj"
Next Week-Poli's Refined
VAU D E VI LLE
ACAD EM Yiiutnisatt ..
3IAT3. TUES.. TOURS. AND SAT.
Tho Most Talked Abont Play in Years.
NVxt Weck-"A FOOL THERE WAS."
YOU LIKE LI WCUIfl DAILY
ALt, THIS WEEK.
Ninety Per .Cent Clrh.
Sext WeU-"iUS3 MTW TOBK, JaV
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