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THE most important note in thVfashion of the gown
it the. line that it will impair to the figure; the soft,
flowing lines of the arms and shoulders are main
tained and the slender silhoutte is preserved, but often
modified and beautified by quaint draperies,
Charmeuse and. Crepe Meteor Dresses,
$29.50, $35.00 and $42.50.
Charming styles, suitable for street, afternoon, and evening
wear, with rich deep cream lace yoVes; some have chiffon over
waist and quillings of silk material; exquisitely draped skirts.
Colors are wistaria, Copenhagen blue, taupe, navy, and black.
New Eponge Cloth Dresses, $20,$25&$29.50:
This material has predicted for it a brilliant season of popu
larity; its attractiveness warrants it. Made in a new model with
filet lace collar and the long
mm sun guuic III VJIICIIl-1 tuiuis, .-.aim ii muc ui num. -uiuis
are navy, tan, and taupe. '
Wide-wale Bedford Cord Dresses,$ 16.50 each.
One of the mo practical models of the season; made of
wide-wale Bedford cord, with collar and buttons of ribbed silk
in contrasting colors; particularly smart and dainty.
Third floor-G stmt.
WOMEN'S FRENCH UNDERWEAR.
HE increasing demand for
Underwear makes this new. importation of foremost inter
est. Every piece is a splendid example of artistic handi
work of the peasant needlewomen
At S14M to S2.00 Hand-embroidered
Nainsook Chemises, finished
with scalloped edge and eyelets run
At SJ-SO a ad S3.7S French Per
cale and Nainsook Gowns, high
neck and long sleeves; hand-embroidered
At $1.73 French Nainsook Gowns,
low round neck and .short sleeves;
hand-embroidered scalloped edge
Third flocr EleTcnth at.
REDUCTION SALE OF CORSETS.
CORSETS of the finest stjle and make are reduced for clear
ance, because the size range in these particular models
having become depleted they do not furnish varied selec
tion. Made of coutil, silk, batiste, boned with whalon, or real
whalebone; nearly all sizes in the assortment.
LILY OF FRANCE COR-i
$13.50 pair were $25.00.
$5.00 pair were $10.50.
$5.00 pair were $8.50.
$5.00 pair were "$7.50.
$5.00 pair were $10.00.
$5.00 pair were $8.50.
Third floor Eleventh it.
GEO. D. SINCLAIR
615 Pnn. Ave. N. W.
METROPOLITAN HOTKT. BLDO.
W. Oh Votas la Th. Beau's $&M Cot-stt.
To temper th light of an antoswtsle hradllsht
in cttfe, Caltfoeman bu inTented a btltaws-
Ike Ui.-rnrmbUna a taper lantern, to
tea entire Jamp. -
1 A genuine if
Look in any store you please for just I
;uch a watch as we describe below and jou I
will find the price at least $30 some will I
Even at this price, we are willing to let
ou have it charged, and will only ask jou
50c each week
II I We want you to come in and look at
this watch, and at others. We have good
gold watches as low as $10. There are
II models for men at equally low prices.
Buy anything jou want and have it
j We arlTe Herald S200O coateat TteB. ,
drop - shoulder effect, and finished
inexpensive but beautiful French
At S3.0O to $3.73 Round Low-neck
Gowns, with short sleeves, hand
embroidered. At $24X Percale Petticoats, with
deep, heavy scalloped flounce.
At $3.73 to $7JS0 French Percale
Petticoats, with hand-embroidered
At $1.33 French Nainsook Corset
At 91-3 to $1.73 Nainsook Draw
ers, straight and circular styles,
MADAME IRENE COR
SETS: $15.00 pair were $25.00.
$5.00 pair were $10.50.
$5.00 pair were $7.50.
$5.00 pair were $8.50.
$5.00 pair were $10.50.
$5 00 pair were $7.50.
Ooldnnith'e Cold. OrJppt, and Malaria Cap
cola will help job whan all ettas flu. Ooa.
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w Pit. Votes is Tb Herald. taVaS Cntw.
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Bom Dressed Poultry and Gam la
901USt. N.W. FfctHl.N7
A light-weight eye shade for clerical
workers that can be attached to a. pair
of spectacles has been Invented tjr a
II ,' II
,T Lora BWtop of Winchester, accom
piaM by his wife, lira. Talbot, and his
daacfcUr. MUs Talbot, wUl arriva la
Waahlaatoa thU arenlB- from Baltl
aore.'to. ba the coasts of tt Blabop of
Washington until Friday, with th Lord
Bishop of -Winchester will come also Mr.
SUM McBee. of New York city.
yTbe Hon.. Henry. White, former Amert
earn Amhaaaadar to France, will aiva a
dinner at hla bomb here to-morrow night
In honor of the Bishop of Winchester.
Anon; the other guests will be Bishop
Harding," Mrs. Talbot. Miss Talbot, and
Mils Douglas, sister of Btshoo Harding.
The same evening the Bishop of
Washington and Miss Douglas are to
give a large reception In honor of the
distinguished visitors at the bishop's
house In Massachusetts Avenue, to hlch
thu. clergy of the Diocese of Washington
and their .wives will be invited, also the
members of the Cathedral Council. The
Bishop of Winchester and his party will
sail from New YorK October 13 for Eng
Senator William Alden Smith of Michi
gan and Mrs. Smith do not expect to
return to Washington until December.
They are at present In California, ac
companied by William Alden Smith, Jr..
tlslUng Senator Smith's father.
Mrs. Rockwood Hoar will give a large
reception on Saturday for her daughter.
Miss Frances Hoar, a debutante of the
winter, at the home of the joung girl's
grandfather, the late Senator Hoar, In
Worcester, Mass. Mrs. Rockwood Hoar
waa Miss Christine Rice. Later In the
season they will occupy their home here
in Connecticut Avenue.
Notwithstanding her painful accident
of a week ago. Miss Martha Codman
opened her Newport residence In Belle-
vue Avenue set eral days ago for a zither
recital, given by Mme. Kitty Berger.
Miss Codman, whose arm was badly
fractured. Is cona!esclng from the shock
Incident to her injury.
Mrs. and Mrs. James G. Blaine, 3d.
after a week-end with Mrs.. William
Grosenor. at Newport, R. I . have re
turned to their home in Providence.
Mrs. Clarence Moore has closed her
summer home at Prides Crossing. Mass .
and returned to Washington for the win
Mr. and Mrs. A. C Downing have
closed their cottage at Jamestown. R. I .
where they spent the summer, and have
gone to New York, accompanied by their
daughters. The Misses Downing will re
main in new York to witness the naval
review and will not return here until
October 16. Mr. and Mrs. Downing,
however, will arrive in Washington on
Wednesday and will be at the Bellevue.
Mrs. Enoch Totten. accompanied by her
daughter. Miss Edith Totten, and Mr.
and Mrs Gerald Totten. has returned to
Washington and opened her house In X
street for the winter. They have been
spending the summer at Mrs. Totten's
country place, near Bold. Md
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Totten will prob
ably spend the winter in this city.
Count Moltke, the retiring Minister of
Denmark, and Countess Moltke are In
Washington dismantling the legation.
preparatory to leaving for the count's
new post In Berlin.
Col and Mrs. Thomas W. Symons hate
returned from the Continent where they
spent most of the summer motoring.
Their eldest son. Mr. Thomas W. Symons.
Jr . who was graduated from Yale in
1911 and spent last year etudjlngr at Ox
ford, will be with them In Washington
Mrs Clarencr Edwards, wife of Gen
Edwards. U. S A , has returned from
the North and Is stating at the Grafton.
Miss I.ucy Gunn Blrnle. daughter of
Col Rogers Blrnle. U. S A., and Mrs.
Blrnle, and Mr. Henry Vincent Horgan.
of New York, are to be married Novem
ber 2 In New York. Only the members
pf the two families are to be present at
Mr. and Mrs. P. Lee Phillips have re
turned to Washington and are bus open
ing their residence in II Street. After a
lengthy stay in Atlantic City, they made
series of visits at Deer Park. Md , and
Elklns. W. Va . w here the were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee.
Mrs Southerland. wife of Rear Ad
miral William H. Southerland. U. S N.
and her daughter. Miss Harriet Souther
land, have Just reached Washington from
Boston and are sta)lng at the Grafton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Earle Sampson,
who were recently married, are -visiting
Mrs William T. Sampson, widow of Rear
Admiral Sampson, U. S. N , at her resi
dence In New Hampshire Avenue
Mrs Ubert Ray and her daughter. Mrs.
Frank Howe, have r-turned to Washing
ton and are spending a lew dajs at the
One of the social events of the season
will be the wedding of Miss Rebekah
Olive Farrand, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William R. Farrand, and Lieut. George
Cassldy Keleher, of Washington, D C,
which will take place October 16. at De
Miss Farrand has chosen as her matron
of honor Mrs. Donald Neil McKlnnon. of
Goderich, Ontario, with Miss Marguerite
Williams, of Lapeer. Mich., as maid of
honor, Miss Farrand will be attended by
four bridesmaids. Miss Alva Fair, Miss
Katherlne Bryan, of Louisville, Ky.
Miss Amy Farr. and Miss Katharine
Adams. A small cousin of the bride,
Miss Mary Lewis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Farrand Lewis, will be the (lower
Lieut Keleher will be attended by his
brother, Mr. Albert Keleher. of Philadel
phia. Pa., as best man. Lieut. Prlchett,
Lieut. Dunbar, Lieut. Reinhartt. of the
Twenty-ninth Infantry, stationed at Fort
Niagara-on-the-Lake. will act as ushers.
Mrs. Robley D. Evans, widow of Rear
Admiral Evans, U. S. N.. is the guest of
her son and daughter-in-law, Lieut. Com
mander Mrs. Frank Taylor Evans, at
Newport, R. I.
Mrs. Joseph E. Wlllard and her two at
tractive daughters are spending the
month of October at the Saranac Inn, In
the Adirondack, j.
Mrs. Samuel F. Emmons and her
daughter. Miss Caroline Ogden Jones, ex
pect to return to Washington the Utter
part of this month. They have spent the
summer in Europe. Miss Jones will make
her debut this winter.
. The first large wedding of the season
In Boston will take place at Trinity
Church on Saturday, October 2S. at noon,
when Miss Helen Chandler and Mr. Her
bert Eustla Wlnlock, -son of the late
Prof, and Mrs. .William Crawford Win
lock, of this city. Miss Chandler is the
eldest daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Francis
Ward Chandler, of Boston.
Miss Ethel Chandler will be' her sis
ter's maid of honor, and the bridesmaids
will ba her" cousin, Mlai Alice Deland:
Heaaaaw. a. Providence;
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Mary Murray Kay. of Brookllna.
Mass.; Miss Mary Bowdltch. Miss Prts-
dlla Reynolds, and-Miss Ellen Dalton,
Mr. Wlnlock was graduated front Har
vard' University in IMC- His best man
wUl be hla classmate, Mr. Henry Deland
Chandler, the brother or the bride-elect.
The ushers will be Mr. Parker Morse
Hooper. Mr. Joseph H. Brack, of New
York: Mr. Morton l Newhall. of Ger-
mantown. Pa.; Mr, C. Dana Loomle, of
Englewood, N. J.: Lieut. John Lee Hoi-
combe, v. . A.; Mr. Howard M. Turner,
of Cambridge. Mass.; Mr. Robert Wheel
wright 'of Jamaica Plain; Mr. Harold
W. Pierce, of Milton. Mass.: Mr. W.
Armstrong Clark, and Mr. Orte Bates,
of Boston. ,
TJtere will be a reception after the
ceremony at the home of Prof, and Mrs.
Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnlock will go
to Luxor. Upper Egypt, where the for
mer Is engaged In research work for the
Metropolitan Museum of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Churchill are
receiving congratulations upon the birth
of a son at their summer place. "Har
lakenden House," Cornish, N. Y.
Miss Bertha Tancre. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William F. Tancre. of 01
Georgia Avenue, was married yesterday
at 2 o'clock to Mr. Samuel E. Corbln at
the Church of the Advent. Rev. Mr.
Mott performed the ceremony, which
was witnessed by the Immediate rela
tives and close friends of the bride and
bridegroom. The bride wore a chic
black and white whipcord suit, a black
velvet picture hat with, white plumes,
and a corsage bouquet of violets and
lilies of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Cor
bln left on the 3 o'clock" train for Niagara
Falls and Canada. They will return to
Washington In ten days, and will reside
at the Atherton.
Judge and Mrs. Dan Thew Wright have
closed their country place In Maryland
and returned to Washington for the
Representative Loud has left Washing
tT to go to his home at Au Sable. Mich.,
after first establishing his family In their
new home In Ashmead Place, which Is
beond the new bridge over Rock Creek,
one of the new and fashionable sections
of the Northwest. Mr. and Mrs. Loud
hsve lived In the Ontario for some jeara,
acd Mr Glennv, Mrs. Loud's mother,
spends the winter with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Hargreaves Klppax gave
a small reception at their apartment in
the Winston on Saturday last to cele
brate he twent -fifth anniversary of
their marriage. The rooms were artisti
cally decorated, jellow being the pre
dominating color, except In the dining
room, which was In lavender. About
fifty friends were present to congratulate
Mr. and Mrs. Klppax on reaching their
silver wedding, and many beautiful silver
gltts were dlsplaved.
Miss Helen Crennan was In charge of
the punch bowl and Mr. Howard Shober,
Jr. assisted Miss Klppax In the drawing
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge will give
the first ball of the season In Boston,
Mass . on November 21 at the Copley
Plaza for his granddaughter. Miss Con
stance Gardner, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Augustus P. Uardner.
Senora Godoy and Senorita Mercedes
Codoy, wife and daughter of the Mexican
Minister to Cuba, are In Washington for
Rear Admiral Thomas S Cowle, pa
master general of the navy, left Wash-
t Ington last night for California on a tour
or inspection. He is accompanied by Mrs
Capt and Mrs. Francis WHdy are re
ceiving congratulations on the birth of a
son They are staying with Mrs. Wildv's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Langvltt, In
AT NIGHT SCHOOLS
Enrollment of 1,100 in White Sec
tion and 1,199 in Colored
The public night schools of the District
were xipened last night with a record
Supervisor B. W. Murch. director of
night schools, reports an enrollment of
more than 1,109 in the white schools and
1,19!) In the colored schools. Every avail
able seat Is In use, and extra tables and
chairs were required to accommodate late
Foreign classes include persons of al
most every nationality. Many In these
classes have no knowledge of the Eng
lish language and have to be taught by
the sign method the names and uses of
Night school sessions are from 7:30 to
9 3D o'clock on Monday. Wednesday, and
Friday evenings throughout the winter.
ENDEAV0BERS HOLD BALLY.
I'lrat Fall Meeting at St. Panl'a
The District Christian Endeavor Union
held Its fall rally last night In St. Paul s
English Lutheran Church. The young
people'a society of the First United Pres
byterian Church was awarded the em
blem for having the largest percentage
of its members present.
The union budget was presented to the
societies. Contributions will amount to
Sl.GOO The programme Included a musi
cal selection ty a male quartet, and a
duet by members of the Northminster
Presbjterlan Society. Short talks were
given by William Ell wood. E. C Trum
bower, and Rev. Samuel A. Bower. E.
P. Gates, now State Endeav orer secretary
for Illinois, and formerly president of
the union, gave an address on "Friend
ship." Horace M. Glllman conducted a
quiet hour period In conclusion.
BITES FOB CAPT. CASEY. v
Pension Chief 'Will Be Darted To
day la Gleavrood Cemetery.
Funeral services for Capt. Henry
Carey, for many years chief oMhe pen
sions division in the office of the auditor
of the Departmentvof the Interior, will
be held this afternoon, at Z o'clock from
the family residence. 131 Sixth Street
Northwest. The Rev. R. H. McKlm. of
the Church of the,Eplprianr, will officiate;
and burial will bejn Olenwood Cemetery.
Capt. Casey died at his, home Saturday
night of acute stomach .trouble. Mr.
Casey, as a mere boy, enlisted at Bos
ton. Mass.. In the First United States
Cavalry, at the-beginning of the civil
war for three years. Mrr Casey was a
member of the Soldiers Alliance. Bum
side Post; 0. A. R-. and also of Beacon
Lodce. I. O. O. F bclns: at the time of
his death the oldest member. He was
married In UN to Miss Hannah M.
Whitney, daughter of the late WIIIMm
B. Whltue), who survives, him.
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"Sizes 2 to 10
correct. It s so
the cheap imitations.
Just as long as these clothes
When they can be excelled, then the better will succeed them.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER Hours
The Story of the
For the cure of disease that
was advertised to appear
to-day will be unavoidably
delayed until a later date.
WAIT FOR IT!
LOOK FOR IT!
AND READ IT!
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 aire Herald tXkOOO roatest votes.
t an art in
which we have
J. H. Small & Sons,
Corner 15th and H Sts.
It S3 Broadway
LATEST All IEWEST lESMIS II
See me for up-to-date Ideas. EsUmatss
r. IllS-tf 1451 P SL I. v.
We artre Herald 23.MO easiest votes.
Pens. Ink. Tablets. Composition
Books. Rulers, and all School Ac
We alve Herald fSoVsan coateat votes.
TIIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
Superior quality of California Port
Wine an excellent artl- 35c Otk
Or quarts for SL00. r
El MtttFELI'S, 211 4 SL S.W.
We Cite Vsto) bt U Bcttld's
XasWrt Voniintr CircnlatMB.
picture and other styles in Sailor
effects.. For autumrhrof heavy
Also for boys of 2 to 10 years; Prices, $3.75
to $10.00. Choice of good, better, and best
reefers of covert cloth, wirewoven serge,' and
Rah Hats 50c
The real Rah Rah that boys will know is
different, so much better than
For Boys of All Ages.
are the best they will be here.
8 to 6 G STREET
and forget the false idea
that we charge more than
ou can afford.
You've always supposed
that our prices were as high
as our qualities.
Take these for examples:
of superior quality, trim
med with attractive "stick
ups," Children's, $6 to $8.
$10 to $12.
Our $10 styles in these
Velours are priced at $15 in
HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM?
When you use a mn!y art me that conUins NO
MEBCCRY. It is safest. FifTy jra: mean it
lack of UEALT'S RHEUMATIC It EM ED Y. JuK
tiT it It U troe mnedr. SOc per battlt.
HEALY'S PHARHWY, "Sgr7-
TMIRO ST. AND MASS. AVB. R. jr.
W Gin Votn la Ttw UcnM s S.as Cootsst.
In Good Taste and Appropriate
Ii the ttTla: of trtldn of Jnrelrr. Gold. SUrer sod
Plated War. Cfccfee Cut Gha puen. Ac for md
dtnc or ttrthda? rrrMvits. Front our larse sod select
amy of artiatie and rrtttilr designed arUclca. any
article will pleue the redrient'
vwit anAH, 34,, M 9U j,m w.
We arlve Herald IIJ.IUS coateat votes.
Tbe only leachen of Stt Dandnt in Wuatdncta.
Ckkt. Bock, and all U vtalu. Sttidla Gudro
Theater, Otj Acta tancht; TaaderlUa cnpigcnafrU
catted fur popOa. YVtntcr daaaea' nowv ictmlng.
All leaaooa cfTen br sxofniloiial actors. Addreaa
THE TAUDEWLLE STUDIO Uazdcs
ftb BU near E-" -
lets' St. aad Park1 Bead.
OaUU. AFIEBJttJOjr. AJ SIOVE.
Does in. twenty ndontar
all tiiat f oinedy reqpjred
Quo wrffealer, wkh ths
tafoal amoaatr af water and
Map, and the clothes pscked
in all arounr.
mm Os wstsr Ms at Sf
asadcaily tww Sal Ml
th Wt(lM sal dlsckaraeat m a
of fire galtooe) a. wbutte.
la kept boms- I wcstr caterM
tbe ctofliestaTo teen irasliedrtti 100
raiaaW of water, ttrntfaOr dreajajfa
mi foedn ltj erar -into wty re,
toaklac tieta clcaaer 4ta it to poasrhk
fay tie old aretbod.
Vo wheela, no crantj, mo
movable parts to get out of
order. Ills all wash. boiler.
Will last a lifetime.
Prfedioaw costs M0;itia
Dulin& Martin Co.
Potterr, Pareelato, Cklaa, Glass,
1215 7 tUtii 1214-18 G St
bars, aad Sat.
TH Warlia mmi
rl9a Bianj vssra
'UMMJ Cosepaar of a.
Orrbrtirra of 30.
VVednevlar and Fridar. at 2
jk u.. Wurld'a Smn Bucbill.
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In tbe Sooceaa of tbe Crntnry
pe Man from Home
IIt I4'th Tarlln2tri) and Harrr Lroti Wibno.
VBb Tune iat vttal in V
!C Time Id Cbieaxn.
25 Tiroes ir Bmtoeu
rop. Wed. Mat, at I, 8. Sat.
UaL. 2e to SLA Miits. SclaH
-THE raiFXCT HOMAN,"
In Tndme" and The Boe ef
Meifco." TO Vawxialf llajers
and Iancicc ttirk.
NEXT WEEK-MAT NOW.
Tbe rienational lrainitic btnxes
Can indmlrs th leadins artist fmo the
tv4N l-rvlon and Ne- nrk rmdnrti..
NAT IONAL Ts-alKlrt at tl5.
Ml IVIIHk Prlrea.lOetoSIJM.
WED. MVT. 2r. SOc. 3c asd (US.
A. K. WOODS Promts
In Edard rrlea SenaaJiocal Bjocraa.
THE LITTLEST REBEL
Tbe Gmtnt War rlaj la Tean.
THE HEART OP THE ROCKIES
Oct. IT l.rand CanMm; Oct. Zl. Great ithwest;
Oct. 31. raoflc Coart: or. 7. lellottona Park.
inU ant acllis for all lectorea. ITkr. SOc
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NEXT WEEK id."Id .
Wf.RBA i LUESCBER riMtt
In the Eier Joroua I Ireretta.
With the New lork Cat. Inchldln: Tom Me
INALGIBATION WEEK OP
10 BIG FEATURES-10
A Mbt ! tbe Park," tabloid muaioal
comedy; tbe Casnonx. Eunnan Jnirclin act: Be
tia La Loant iin&ns avttthrane, Motna A
Kramer. mlotrrls. EckbofI and nrdm. mtb aonsa
and dances: rietro. tb acccriioo-4tno n-onder; aod
Mratcrtous Edna. Matinee daily.
Tbe Most Beantiful Tbeatre in Vmeriau
Attrai-tifsris kiixlinjr thm O Thttrt.
DailT Mtv. 3 SOc. Ere.. 23. SO, fc T5c
MclNTYRE & HEATH
Mon Tun.. Waltini at th Ctmna."
I Wed. k. Thina.. "The Man Frcta Montana."
I Krt a Sat . "Tha (.eorgta Muutrela."
I EDITH HELENA. CDS VAN & JOE
SCHfc.NCk. ism Ler vtax'a circus Ax.
C.ml Alia. NEXT tVEKK-Kata Ellnoee
IftdamWUliama. "My Ladj a Faas. ' fttau-
rier James c ivx c uaj seaia lo-uar.
Sth Stj-Mt and Pa. Av.
Jthi Grieves' Bis Stick
To-day at 2. To-nlsht at a.
Pricea. 10c, 15c, 25c.
G A YETY
At Two Fcrfctmaaots Daily. Jo. Enrtic OSers
Supported Bt a Great Cast, Inrlndlm
NEXT-WEEK-THE TAXI GIULB.
if I VACsfll
Th Like WaWPIfl My
ALL THIS WEEK
Miss Hew York. Jr.
With JOS. K.' WATSON aad WILL H. COHAX.
EOCTRA ATTRACTION MTSTKbUOCB
. World's Serial same will ta ahown on th Plajo
sndi'ietarea. Tbs ahow at rsacUT tb. aaar
IBS. as -clayed on th ban StU.
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