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Woodward & Lothrop
NeW York WASHINGTON Paris.
Complete ' Autumn Display Hangings, Cur
tains, Draperies, and Fabrics
Providing many and varied selections from these judiciously gathered stocks for beautifying the
winter home. It is unqualifiedly the best assortment we have ever displayed. These are rich
and beautiful productions of imported and domestic make. Exquisite designs, handsome color
ings, highest qualities suitable effects for every taste, hether it be expressed in perfect har
mony or elegant contrast.
DRAPERY AND UPHOLSTERY FABRICS
Brocades, Damasks, Tapestries, Velours,
Velvets, Armures, Silks, Sun fast Materials,
in plain and rich and rare colorings, many
of them exclusively here.
PORTIERES A varied contribution of rich
velour effects, in plain colors and the hand
some double-faced combinations. Light
weight Sunfast Portieres and hangings, in
a pleasing array of colorings.
LACE CURTAINS A pretentious collection of
the most beautiful laces, including Real
Arabian, Filet, Cluny, Brussels, Renaissance,
Antique, Irish, &c, in all shades and lengths;
the practical and the elegant.
A Rich Collection of
Of Our Own Importation.
Including Chairs, Sofas, Tables, 'Desks, Dressing
Of Especial Interest Are Our
FINELY EQUIPPED SHOPS FOR EXECUTING
ALL CLASSES OF HIGH-GRADE HOMEWORK.
Draperies and Curtains designed and made to order; Furniture Coverings and Window
Shades made; Fumture repaired, reupholstered, and refinished; fancy Furniture designed and
constructed. Designs and estimates submitted upon request.
Fourth floor G St.
OUR A N X U A L
SALE of Palms
and Ferns is
proving a record
breaker. Adding fresh stock
every day to keep assort
ments up to the mark.
ALL SIZES and VA
Specimens from 50c
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Klve Herald $25,000
At the Sign
Is the Center of
and Trade in
. the National Capital.
Percy S. Foster,
The Piano Merchant,
. 1330 F Street N.W.
We sire Herald 105,000 contest rotes.
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When rou nae i reraedj tet one that contains NO
MERCCRT. It ii safest. Fifty reus' success is
hack of HEALY'S WIEUMATIO REMEDT. Just
try it. It is a true remedy. 50c per bottle.
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THIRD ST. AMD MASS. AVE. H.W.
We Olte Votes In The Herald's $2. Contest.
In Good Taste and Appropriate
Is the struts of articles of Jewelry. Gold, SDrrr and
listed Ware, Choice Cut Glam pieces. Ac, for wed.
dine or birthday presents. From our largv and select
aray of artistic and prettily designed articles, any
attide will please the redrient.
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We rive Herald V23.000 contest Totes.
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largeit, If oroijig CirenLitioa.
COUCH COVERS AND PILLOWS Designs,
color tones, qualities expressive of the ut
most refinement and beauty; unequaled in
variety offered, increasing desirability of se
lection. CRETONNES Assortments of cretonnes, art
cloths, sateens, silkolines, curtain nets, mus
lins, plain and printed scrims, sunfast ma
terials, madras, &c, are adequate to every
demand; new patterns and shades were
never so numerous.
ORIENTAL DEPARTMENT Things Ori
ental from China and Japan, made by the
native artists in their own inimitable' man
ner; garments of different kinds, handsome
fabrics, novelties, and trimming materials.
New Selections in
Wrought by Hand.
Pieces for every use, in natural and geen, or
finished in any desired color to order.
Purchasers Should Insist Upon Merchants Giving
Votes Only in This Way Can Re
sults Be Attained.
"Votes, please," should be the slogan
cf every contestant In The WachlnKton
Herald's E5.0CO contest. In the opinion of
The Advocate, that dapper little fellow
nho Is In charge of the competition.
"Contestants should let no opportunity
of securing -otes e.cape them," said
The Advocate when interviewed last
night at bis residence. "They should not
think of spending a cent without giving
voice to the words, Votes, please. What
ever Is Tiorth having Is worth asking for.
Votes are decidedly worth having. Ergo,
vctes are worth asking for.
"Een retail merchants advertising in
connection with the contest will not give
Totes, as a rule, except upon request-
Therefore contestants should keep on
the alert, and never forget upon paying
for a purchase to say those two words,
Votes, please.' It matters not whether
the merchant to your knowledge is ad
ertising In connection with the compe
tlon. It Is possible that he has just en
tered, and that you are unaware of the
fact. Additional merchants are entering
the contest from week to week, so this
is by no means an unlikely thing.
"Bes'des, If your merchant Is not ad
vertising In connection with the contest,
and you conUnue to ask for votes. It It
more than likely that before long he will
give serious consideration to the proposi
tion, and will possibly decide to Join the
ranks of the other retail merchants and
manufacturers. Every additional mer
chant who enters the competition opens
up a new source of votes for contestants.
It is a distinct advantage, therefore for
contestants to urge those merchants
skulking on the outside to enter the com
petition." The Advocate took a rest from his work
yesterday. He said last night that he
was ready to commence a week of un
usually hard work. He said that this
week will probaly end In the revclaUon
of a great surprise to contestants.
The Advocate last night ngaln empha
sized the importance of contestants in
sisting upon those manufactured products
advertised in connection with the compe-
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tltlon. Whenever it is necessary to pur
chase a manufactured product, the list
of contest advertisers should be consult
ed, and an advertised product selected.
The contestant should accept no substi
tute for this product, but should insist
on the particular brand. If the merchant
does not sell the product, he should bo
requested to lay In a supply. Merchants
as a ruie are always glad to lay in sup
piles of requested articles. If contestants
And It Impossible to secure desired prod
ucts In their neighborhood they should
communicate with The Advocate, who
will give his assistance In the solution of
The contest is developing far beyond
the expectations of The Advocate. Much
more enthusiasm Is being displayed than
was anticipated by him before the com
petition was launched. Hundreds of
readers of The Herald have alreadv en
tered the race, and others are Joining
ineir ranKs irom day to day. The woi.t
of The Advocate has been steadil In
creasing, and he has been compelled
weekly to enlarge his staff of employes.
Scores of contestants call at the otfico
each day for the purpose of depositing
votes and mediums of exchange. The
Advocate's Jlles are becoming crowdeJ.
In fact, conditions are reaching such a
point, that the dapper little fellow :s
thinking seriously of the necessity of
seeking new quarters. His staff Is being
worked long hours, and he himself mu
be found In nls odlco any dar from about
S o'clock In the morning until midnight.
Sixteen hours a day Is the programme
which he has been observing since the
contest began early in September. The
Advocate's office Is open day and night.
When The Advocate Is out, there Is al
ways some one In charge of the office to
attend to the work.
The list of 330 awards to he mad; to
winners In the competition Is now com
pleted, and will soon bo published in the
columns of The Herald. A few of the
awards have already been announced.
They consist of a J5,000 house and lot.
four 11,250 touring cars, four rrw baby
grand pianos, four VZ rlano playcts
and four itn) upright pianos. Besides
thesn there are 351 other articles, to bo
FIFTY JACK TARS
TO DEPART TO-DAY
District's Naval Battalion Will Em
bark at Philadelphia for
FlOy Jack tars, representing the Naal
Battalion of the District National Guard,
will leave the Capital nt 11 o'clock this
morning for Philadelphia, where they will
embark on the battleship Maine to take
part In the mobilization, of the Atlantic
Fleet In the Hudson River, October 12 to
The battalion will be sworn in as enlist
ed men at their armory this morning by
an officer of the local recruiting station.
This will put them on the same standing
as United States sailors. They will en
list for four years, the regular term,
under the understanding, however, that
they are to be mustered out at the end
of the maneuvers.
Lieut. Joseph A. Dempf will be In
charge of the District battalion. Com
mander F. 8. Durston being unable tq
make the trip. Ensigns J. B. Dalton, W.
Q. Guss, B. C. Gettslnger. and W. W.
Burns will command divisions.
The men will go over the Pennsylvania
Railroad at 11 o'clock, arriving in Phila
delphia In the afternoon, and going at
once to. League Island Navy Xard. where
they will board the Maine. The ten days'
trip will be entirely at the expense of
the government, which la bringing naval
rolUUa from practically all the Eastern
Stats to tvttelBM la tfca aiotililsaUoa.
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At the President reqowt. Senator sad
Mrs. Wlnthrop 'Hurray Crane' cave no
formal entertainments far him and, Mrs.
Taft during; tbelr week-end visit to them
at Dalton. But on Saturday nUrht their
dinner guests to meet the President and
Mrs. Taft were the Senator's mother,
Mrs. Zanaa Marshall Crane, now eixfaty
one years old; his slater. Miss Clara U
Crane: Mr. and Mrs. Murray Crane, Jr.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Zenaa Crane. And at
the luncheon 'yesterday they entertained
other members of their family. The
table decorations were yellow chrysan
themums. Mrs. Hllles. wlfeot Mr. Charles D.
Hllles, chairman of the Republican Na
tional Committee, has "returned to
Washington and placed her children In
Hear Admiral Richard Walnwrlght, U.
8. N.. and Mrs. Walnwrlght sailed for
this country on the Minneapolis Satur
day. They went to Europe the middle
of June with Col. Robert O. Thompson
on board his yacht, the Finland, and
went to Stockholm to witness the
Olympic games. Since then Admiral and
Mrs. Walnwrlght have been touring;
Europe, spending; some time In Russia.
Commodore D. W. Hodges, U. 8. N.
retired. Is convalescing from an
operation, performed several weeks ago
at the Naval Hospital.
The engagement la announced In Ber
lin of Miss Use Donner to Lieut, von
Kaas, of the German navy. Miss Don
ner has lived In Germany in recent
years and Is popular in the yonger set
at the German court, where she was pre
sented two years ago. Her mother, for
merly Mrs. John Otto Donner, is the
widow of Count Max Seckendorff, who
for many years was a prominent figure
In Washington, and Miss Donner spent
part of her childhood here.
Dr. and Mrs. Francis Hangner have
returned to Washington and have opened
their house In Nineteenth Street.
The Attorney General and Mrs. George
Wlckersham were the guests on Satur
day of Mr. and Mrs. James Byrno at the
Piping Rock Horse Show, IyOcuit Valley,
Representative and Mrs. Martin Little
ton were also present at the horse show
Capt Albert P. Nlblack. U. S. N.. the
American naval attache at Berlin, and
Mrs. Nlblack have given up the apart
ment they occupied at the Hotel Kaiser
Hof the past year, and have taken a
house of their own In the Landshuter
strasse. In the heart of the American
It Is rumored that Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Harlow have taken an apartment in
New Tork for the early part of the win
ter, and will not open their residence In
Twenty-first Street until later on. Miss
Maud Conrnd, who has spent many
months In Washington with her aunt.
Mrs. Harlow, will reside with her
brother, Mr. Barnaby Conrad, In his
apartment In New York.
The seventeen-year-old Countess Olo-
lacaselll, of Rome, Italy, Is about to sail
for this country. She is the daughter of
the distinguished soldier. Count Glolaca
selll, and his American wife, who, before
her marriage, was Miss Mary Phelps, of
Virginia. The young countess will come
Immediately to Washington, where she
has many friends and relatives.
It wss rumored In Sayvllle. Long Is
land, that Mr. Walter I.. Suydam will
within a few months marry Miss Eliza
beth Wood, of that village. Mr. Sujdam's
former wife was Mis Louise White.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jay White,
of this city and New York. Mrs. Suydam
eloped with joung Frederick Noble, nnd.
when her husband divorced her, she mar
ried Mr. Noble. Their tragic deaths to
gether in their apartment last February.
ended their romance.
During the summer Mr. Sudam and
Miss Wood, who Is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Wood, were frequently
together. A few weeks) ago Miss Wood
and her mother nnd younger sister sailed
for Europe, where It Is understood ilr
Suydam has proceeded them. Miss WoM
Is about twenty years old and very pretty.
Mr. Suydam Is about thirty. Mr. Wood
declares that a report that his daughter
and Mr. Suydam are already married Is
Mrs. Arthur Lee arrived In Washing
ton yesterday, and Is the house guest
of Mrs. Eldrldge Jordan. Mr. Lee. who
has leen In Washington for a few days,
has gone to New York, but will return
here shortly. Mrs. Lee will open her
house In Massachusetts Avenue at the
end of the week.
Ml Gladys Ingnlls, of Cincinnati nnd
Washington, won the blue ribbon and a
silver cup In the class of ladles' paddle
horses at the Hot Springs Hunt Cluh,
last week. She rode J. Hamilton's Kay
wood. Second and third awards In the
mow event went to Miss Sallle Dunlop.
of New York, and Miss He.cn Puchanan.
daughter of Brig. Gen. James Buchanan.
U. -S. A., retired, of this city.
Count von Bernstorff. the German Am
bassador, Is at the Hotel de CrIIlon.
Paris, where the countess has been stay
ing for ten das. The count came di
rectly from his estate near Munich, and
Intends to sail for this country on Oc
tober II with the countess.
Mr. and Mrs. George .Choate Kendall
have arrived in Paris for the winter, and
have been Joined there by Mrs. J. Ford
MaJ. and Mrs. Martin Maglnnls. who
have spent the last few winters In Pasa
dena, Cal.. are thinking of coming to
Washington for the season, as they have
hosts of friends here.
Senator William A. Clark, after stay
ing for several weeks In London at the
Kits, sailed for New York on the Adri
atic on Thursday last.
Mrs. Richmond Pearson Hobson, wife
of Representative .Hobson, who has spent
the summer with her mother, Mrs. Hull,
of Tuxedo Park, has returned to this
city and opened her residence In S
Mrs. Carter, widow of the late Senator
Thomas H. Carter, accompanied by Mrs.
Bach, will spend the next month In
Montana, returning later on to her home
In Washington. '
An Important wedding of the week
which will be of International Interest
is that of Mr. Gilbert Elliott, only son
of Sir Arthur and Lady Elliott, of Stobs,
Roxburghshire, Scotland, and Miss
Flourney Adams Hopkins. Miss Hop
kins Is the daughter of Mrs. V,'. WIN
Ioughby Sharp by a former marriage
The ceremony will be celebrated In the
Church of St. Andrews-on-the-Dunes,
Southampton, Long Island, on Thursday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, and will be fol
lowed by a reception at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Sharp. The Rev. Percy
SUckney Grant,' of. the Church of the
Ascension, wlU officiate.
Miss Beatrice Buel will be the maid of
honor, and Miss Hopkins, two small half
sisters, the Misses Dorothy Newton
Sharp and Ellsa Darragh Williams
Sharp, are to be the flower girls. Master
William Wllloughby Sharn Is to be the
page. Miss Hopkins' stepfather, Mr. W.
Wllloughby Bharp, win fkm bar away.
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Men who are
keen for the ultra
want a chance to
indulge their fancies,
will welcome a sup
VINDEX stands for value. Every
shirt bearing the VINDEX label is
worth 25 more than its regular
retail price. The makers guarantee
this and it is easy to see their supe
rior qualities at a glance. Come to
our store where the VINDEX Shirts
offer roe a plcataat sarprise. OrUIaalifr
Blocked a traaaory of sorcl sad artiMia
idaas asrer before acca in Sbirtdosn.
Mr. Thomas G. Cook will act as best
man. There will be no ushers. A spe
cial train for Southampton will take the
New York guests. The reception wlU be
held at the Meadow Club.
The marriage of Miss Clara Mulllkln
Weems, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Van Horn Weems, of Winchester,
Va., to Dr. Samuel Logan Owens, of
Washington. Is to be solemnized at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Weems. In Fair
mont Avenue, on Wednesday, October S3,
by the Rev. John B. Whitney, president
of the Catholic University, Georgetown,
1. C. The wedding will be the elimina
tion of a pretty romance, which had Its
Inception some years ago In Louisiana,
rif which State Miss Weems and Dr.
Owens are natives. Although residents
cf Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Weems
have maintained winter homes In Balti
more nnd Washington for several years.
reception la to be held Immediately
after the wedding ceremony, and upon
returning- from an extended trip. Dr.
Owens and his bride will live In Wash
Mrs. Blddle. wife of Gen. James Blddle,
U. S. A., retired, and sister of Rear Ad
miral John McGowan, U. S. A., reUred,
Is vlsltlnir her son and daughtcr-ln-law.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Blddle. at their
ttsldence In S Street.
Miss Julia Goldsborough and her sis
ter. Miss Mary Goldsborough, have gone
to Philadelphia, where they will spend
most of the coming winter, visiting rela
tives and friends.
Brig. Gen. M. C Goodrell. Miss Good
rell. and Mr. Thurston Goodrell, who
have spent the summer at Winchester,
Va.. have returned to Washington.
Ensign Frederick Baltzly. U. S. N at
ached to the battleihlp Delaware, and
Mls Alva Leigh Marsh, daughter of Mr.
ami Mrs. Herbert I Marsh, of Newport,
were married on Saturday night In the
Channlng Memorial Church by the Rev.
Wllllim Safford Jones, assisted by the
Rev. John Baltzly of the Unitarian Church
at Hudson, Mass , father of the bride
groom. Plans for a large naval wed
ding were changed when orders came
for the Atlantic Fleet to leave for New
York Saturday. and In consequence
the onl naval attendant was En
sign Hamuel M. Day. of the Dela
ware, who was best man. The brida
was attended by Miss Lillian Wheel
er. f Bristol Ferry. R. I., as maid of
honor, and by Miss Alva Scannovln as
(lower girl A reception at the home of
the bride's parents followed, after which
Ensign and Mrs. Baltzly left for the Berk
shlrcs. where they will remain unUl he
returns to his ship at New York.
Commander W. H. G. Bullard, U. S.
N . h:n been detached from command of
the" battleship San Francisco and ordered
to Semporary duty at the Navy Depart
ment. Commander nnd Mrs. Bullard. the
latter formerly Miss Belrne Saunders, of
Baltimore, have taken an apartment at
the Dresden for the winter.
Miss Marion Oliver, who has been visit
ing Miss Mabel Boardman. at Manches
ter. Mass., has gone to stay with her
brother-in-law nnd sister. Mr. and Mrs.
Francis K. Stevens, in Gladstone, N. J.
Miss Charles Carroll Lee has opened
her house at Tuxedo Park, N. Y.. for the
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mossburg celebrat
ed their tenth wedding anniversary at
their residence. 1721 Eleventh Street
Northwest. Friday evening. Tin being
slgnlflcent of the occasion, refreshments
were sered from utensils of that metaL
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Adam P. Ruth. Mr. and Mrs. George
T. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thomas,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Holland. Mr. and
Mrs. Howard B. Fields. Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Rhon. Mesdames M. A. Kerns,
Lilly Mossburg. John B. Branes. Blanch
Wilson. Wlllard Robey, Allen Sprowles,
T. M. Scala. Misses Edna and Charlotte
Kerns, and Miriam Mossburg.
SERVICES AT ST. PATRICK'S.
"Forty Hours' Devotion" Begins
Winter Schedule of Worship.
"The Devotion of Forty Hours" opened
the winter schedule of services at St,
Patrick's Church yesterday. After the 11
o'clock mass, there was a procession of
the Blessed Sacraments. Mgr. William
T. Russell was followed by 300 men car
rying lighted candles and many children
The service was sung by the mixed
choir and the sanctuary choir. Palms
and chrysanthemums banked the altar
rails. After the procession, Mgr. Carroll
preached a short sermon. The masters
of ceremonies were Rev. James A.
Smyth and Charles Fisher.
BAND CONCERT TO-DAY.
Dt the United states Soldiers' Boms
Band, John 8. M. Zlnnpermsnn. director,
at 4 p. m. Programme:
March, 'The Plai of Vlctorr"..ton Blon
Oratnre. "Robtstaen". .-....LltolS
Solo for earbonlnB, "Aald Luc firne"
(Musician Gaetana Oiote,
Selection. "Canilerls Bnstlrajia".ataaraxid
Characteristic. "The Iirard and the
Excerpts from "Brisht Eje".....-Hoachna
Finale, "King Otrr All". Seooton
'The Star Sgusled Banner."
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distributed nearly 20,
000 "Vindex" Shirts
and with not one re
turned. You know the
rule here is that even if
a $1 "Vindex" proves
wearing, your dollar is
promptly returned you.
A. Lisner. G Street
TO BE CONSIDERED
Public Health Service to Hake In
spection of Sanitary Features
of Trains and Vessels.
An order looking to the protection osT
the health of the traveling public has
Just been Issued by Sherman Allen. As
sistant Secretary of the Treasury. Sec
retary Alien has directed the head of
the Public Health Service to make a
thorough inspection of the sanitary tea
tures of railroad trains and vessels en'
gaged In Interstate commerce. The or
der Is regarded as one of the most Im
portant public health reforms ever un
dertaken by the government. It is ex
pected that as a result railroad trains
and passenger-carrying vessels In this
country will be "cleaned up where
cleaning Is necessary, and that the gov
ernment's ' Interest In the matter will
prompt the managers of railroad and
water lines to fumigate at certain Inter
vals, especially In sections of the coun
try, notably the Southwest, where the
traveling public generally Is menaced by
the constant movement of persons af
flicted with tuberculosis and other con
Under a law passed by Congress at the
recent session, the powers of the Public
Health Service have been enlarged. The
service has been granted wider authority
In making Inquiries into polluted water
supplies, and It has been empowered to
co-operate with other bodies In protect
ing the public health.
At present there Is no special appro
priation nvallable to defray the cost of
the inquiry about to be undertaken. Ac
cordingly, surgeons of the Public Health
Service will be obliged to conduct this
Inquiry at times when orders for travel
are Issued for other duties.
The Instructions Issued to the Public
Health Service surgeons require them to
examine Into and report upon the condi
tions of railway coaches, chair cars, par
lor cars, dining cars, express and bag
gage cars, and the various sections of
steamships to which passengers are ad
mitted. In making their reports they
will Include the names of the railroads
and steamships on which bad conditions
are found. It is the purpose of the au
thorities to make these reports public.
Lecture on Theoaoph.
"The Message of Theosophy" was the
subject of a lecture delivered by Dr.
W. W. Baker before tha Capital City
Lodge, Theosophlcal Society, yesterday.
This message, the lecturer said, has
been given out by many great teachers
In past ages, and though clothed In
slightly different forms to suit those to
whom It was given, has presented al
ways the same fundamental truths. It
has been ever a message which has
brought peace, in place of conflict: har
mony. Instead of discord, wherc-er the
humrji ear has been attuned to re
Thirty States nave rrohiHtrd the use of com.
mnci enpe at poMie drtnkinc rlscfa.
an art in
which we have
J. H. Small & Sons,
Corner 15th and H Sts.
New York Waldorf-Astoria.
11 S3 Broadway
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
One of Atlantic Cltr'a Largest anal
Leading All-the-Year 'Hotels
On ocnui Trout, clow to Ail Attraction;
pecltr. LOOa Tb location, lart room, ant) open
ftuToundlnsa haie established tbli a a tha moat
oomfortablff hotel for the aumnirr. All batha toj
plied with tea and fresh wtter; running water tn
ffoeat rootsa; naricus Trcmeuade verandu over
looking the famooa Boardwalk. Orcfaeatra. High
aia reaucranu American ana taropean plana,
L S. RUIETSER, Mr- JOEL HILLMAI, Pratt.
Tha only teaefaera of Stage Dancing tn Washington.
Clog. Bock, and all Mage work. Studio Garden
Theater, City. Acta taught; TauderMff" engagement,
aecured fur pupila. Winter chutes now forming.
All leaaona giren by professional actors. Address
TBS VAUDEVILLE STUDIO. Garden Theatei.
9th St, near E.
ARCADE SKATING RINK
Mtfc St. ana Park Head.
HW ftt THREE SESSIHS DAILY
MtMUTOG. AaTTSaUfOeH AHT XIGST.
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Our Store Open at I a. m, aa
closes at p. m
Select the necessary
China, Glass, Silver,
Kitchen Utensils, fc,
from our complete stocks.
The newest household
devices of every descrip
tion are shown here. Sat
isfactory quality only
lowest consistent prices at-
of GRANITE IRON, WHITE
ENAMELED WARE Poroe-laln-lined
and Tin-Uned TRON
WARE, as well as HEAVY
Pure Aluminum ware, which
possesses double the durabil
ity of other ware, and cost
but little more.
Laundry Supplies and Wood
en and Basket Wares.
China, and Glass
Whatever Is required tn
these lines, for table or pan
try. Is displayed here In great
variety of choice patterns
the richest and most elabor
ate as well as the Inexpensive
The famous EDDY & TET
TENBORN Refrigerators are
sold by us exclusively.
Dulin& Martin Co.
Pottery, Poreelata, China, Glass,
1215 F St and 1214-18 0 St
WED. MAT.. Sc.Mc.nnaM (A
A. II. WOODS PrasscU
In Edward Prjaa'a b hi Sacra,
THE LITTLEST IEIEL
The Gnatcst War Plaj la Tsars.
THK HEART OP TNK asOCKIKS
Oct. IT. Grand Canjon; Oct. St. Gnat BonthwwaW
Oct. 3!. Fkct&e Ooaat: Nor. T. TXlovataat Part.
tVata am aclllns for all lactam. Prtoa, He,
WEBBA. LCEHCHEB PrsasBt
CHRISTIE MAC DONALD
In the Ertr Jcrjoo Opvmtt,
With th Nr-r Tork Cut. '" f Ttm 3Ce
Pop. Wed. Mat, Be. to L Bar.
UaL. So to SUO. SUhta. S5e to H
"THE PERFECT WOMAJf.-
la "Undine- and TTia Bom cf
Mexico." 70 Associate riajers
and Dancing Girla.
INAUGURATION WEEK OP
10 BIG FEATURES 10
"A Nlct tn tha rut." tabloid musical
enmedr: tbe Gacnocx. Eururn )ucsUnc act: Bea
sts La Ccmt. sinjcins aanedienne; Mnrns A
Kramer. mutrls: Krthnff and Gordon, with arefs
and danrt; flrtiu, tbe arrrrolon-riano wonder; and
jiywmons rjmx. nrs tmoncancp toiugn.
aura, and Sat.
TH Wsrhi and
JgiPZM ffVef aa Orchestra ef 30.
NEXT WEEK-THE MAN FT.OM HOME
TO-MOnROW-Wortd Serif. Rodier Scrre
bnard. Sts now, 3 can!.
Tbe Moat Bcaotlfal Theatre In AnmoL
Attractions Eaoallnz the C Tnratra.
DailT Mat.. 3 4 Ms. Ens.. 3. . T5C
MclNTYRE & HEATH
Mno. ac Tnea.. "WaiUni at the CSmrca.'
I Wed. A Thnra., "The Man From Mnntana."
I Kn as Sat.. "Tha Oeargle Minemta."
IeIIITH HUl.fTSA. OLA VAN JOB
1SCHENCK. Bert Letr. Mas Circna. 4c.
itmt Aai. KXT tVF.KK-Kat. Elhnea
I ham Williams. "Mr Lsdjr'a Fans." Rtan-
rirj james as itx ac cur ocaie xv-vmj.
9th Street and Pa. Ave.
Jthi Grieves' Big Stock
To-day at 2. To-night at 8.
Prices. 10c, 15c, 25c.
Snake ii I VnCIIII Mtfaaa
AI.I. THIS WEEK
Miss New York, Jr.
With V03 K. WATSOX AND WILL H. OOHA-V
AND ALL STAS CAST
NEXT WEEK-TILE WHIRL OF MIRTH.
G A YETY
At Two Frrformances THSly. Joe Hnrt!( Offen
Supported B; a Great Cist. InrinlflfH
NEXT-WEEK-THB TAXI OIBLB.
At the Garden J
H SENSATIONAL BIT. H
ALL THIS WEEK.
With 5 Xrw Acts.
CTNOTE Mats.. 12 to 2 p.
m. Eves, 6:30 to 11 p. m. m
H 10c and 20c J
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