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TailbredeSemde, Suitable; -,
Fbr Women. Misses and Girls,
Every' fashionable material, color, and. mode of trimming and
shaping is on display in our Tailored Millinery Section, and each
day finds us evolving' and interpreting some new effect ;in accord,'
with the mandates of the, fashion world. 7
i Perhaps in no season past has there been the specific need of,
such gracefulness of line.. There must be the note of harmony be-""
tween- the hat and the costume, and the exquisite line of the latter'
makes necessary the, unprecedentedattention to the former.. This.'
soft, graceful effect must bOttained either byv careful shaping'of
the brim or 50ft, artful draping of the crown,, and the superb
talent to which our designers have given expression is, conspicu-'.
ous by its perfectness. "' -
Fabrics serving as foundations possess more richness and ele
gance than ever before, consequently trimmings are remarkably
simple and in the mjnority. .
Second floor. Tenth it. m .
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The Annual Sale of Silverware
For Anniversary and Wedding Gifts
Affords an excellent opportunity to obtain attractive and use
ful gift tokens at moderate prices. All the pieces are highly com
mendable iii their refined character .and practicability, and in a
wide assortment of artistic shapes, designs, and patterns; many
extremely plain and devoid of decoration,' while others arc en
graved in designs of the. highest grade. Even- piece of finest
quadruple plate silver, and made by skilled craftsmen. Making
our selections from widely varying lines has enabled us to pre
sent'tlie choicest styles. 1
. " At $3.50 each.
Bread Trays, Pudding Dishes, Coffee Pots, Cake Plates,
Compote's, Crumb Sets, Casters, Candlesticks, Tea Cad
"dies, Sugar and Cream Sets, Syrups, Pitchers, Vases, "
Teapots, Casseroles, Cake Baskets, Card Boxes, Bowls,
Hot Milk Pots, Guernsey Jugs. Mustard Jars, Gravy
Boats, Sandwich Plates, Fern Dishes.
At $5.00 each.
Bowls, Baking Dishes, Coffee Pots, Hot Milk Pots,
Three-piece Coffee Sets, Cake Plates, Compotes, Casse
roles, .Pitchers, Teapots, Baskets, Tea Caddies, Bread
Trays, Cheese and Cracker Plates, Candlesticks, Screens,
Trays.
Flrtt floor, HfTfntb rt.
nAmysoMY. tan bo
The Predominating Modes in
Women's
For the Fall-Winter Sea; on.
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For wear with smart tailored costumes and suits 'for street,
traveling, and general occasions, Tan Footwear has been pro
claimed most fashionable for women. We have never exhibited
'more striking models than this season; with good shoemaking is
blended excellent style and richness of shades.
In button and lace models we are featuring several very at
tractive types that possess stylishness and smartness in every par
ticular, and are for above the ordinary and usual kinds. Dis
tinctive notes of fashion are ver3" forcibly evident in these several
models, offered simply as suggestions:
Women's Tan Russia Calfskin Button Boots, me
dium high cut, with silk-finished cloth top. Pair. . .$6.00 '
Women's Tan Russia Calfskin Button Boots, with
suiting top harmonizing perfectly with the leather, vamp.
Pair $5.00
Women's Tan Russia Calfskin Boots, in lace and but
ton models; smart style and correct shades. Pair, $5.00
Women's Tan Russia Calfskin Button Boots, me
dium high-cut models. Pair $4.00
Women's New High-cut Tan Willow Calfskin
Storm Boots, made with heavy viscalized soles and low
heels. This shoe should be of considerable interest to
the woman spending much time out of doors, whether
for practical wear or sporting and special occasions.
Pair $5.00-
The comprehensiveness of our lineg of Tan Footwear enable
us to state that they are equal to every demand, and meet all style
requirements.
Third floor. Tenth iL
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ORH- Phone -M. 875-876-877-878 I
Canned Goods
'Quality" is of first importance, because we would
not offer a brand of goods of uncertain worth. Oar
'canned goods, fruits or vegetables have the fall
weight, flavor, and color, and the very texture of
the prime, ripe fruit.
Jupiter Tomatoes, 34b. tin, 15c
Yon cannot purchase goods of equal excellence
at prices less than ours. " --
Get our price list it tells you how to economize.
Mail and Telephone Orders Receive Careful Attention.
Grocers G.jG. Com Well & Soti, Inc.
and Importers 14151417 H Street N. W.
10 ASK CITY GARBAGE PLAHT.
Coaamlaaloncm Again to Jtk Cofn-
creaV for Appropriation.
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A municipal garbage plant again wlUlw" Z""r.T, : n.Z X"ZiJLL-."
be Mked ht Congreu by the Commte-
noners thi year. Garbage Is collected I
uiiucr me comrmci ayaxem. ne uisttici
lieads believe that (Ji 'work could be
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Footwear
mere advantageously done by the local
Rovernment.
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year's estimates for this purpose, but
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understood .that a similar Item 1 In
cluded In this year's estimates" for the
construction'
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dUsimterV of? Cotid Mir" Charlea-SsV
soiCfSWrd";FeldfArtlrr.I raarrted
Ttl",hiae'f"tBi bride's parents. SB
Qj-WreeU .The)uue wa vbemutirully
decorate4wltn palms, white chryaaiithe
mums.i.and Boatbern-amllajc.
" Tbebrlde, preceded -by her, bridal
party, 'entered the' drawlr room escorted
byhor father, .who, va. hep Inmar
rlage. She wore' an xoMte gown' .of
white' cbarmeuae .elaborately trimmed In
white' ChantUly lace, which was Caught
here and .there with, orange blossoms,
unit Mrvn"houauetofthe' same. How-
ers.s Her tulle veil washeld.ln place bj
c lovely cap or oia ,iaee, a lanmypeir-leoni.-
She carried a'sboweribouo.uet.,'of
UUesf the valley and orchids.- .'HernnJy
ornament was ,a, pendant sapphire- sur
rourided bidlamonds, tbe gift of the
groom; ' v,
" Miss Anlas Byrne, sister of the .tuide,
was her maid of .honor. -She wore. ..a
hendsome lace' Princess dress, with pan
niers and' train of amber' charmcusejrro
cade. Her botb,u'et,was yeltow chyys
snthemums. , "'
The bride's little cousin. Miss Betty
Byrne, was flower girl. She looked
charming In a daMfc whlte.EmpIre gown
with an amber saih, and carried a bas
ket of Lady Hllllngton.. rosea.
Ucut. 'Charles Uawrence, Byrne; broth
er of the bride; was' Xfeut. Simpson's
best man. They wors'.nhelr full "uni
forms. . ' -' "'
Onlv members of "the Immediate fami
lies of the bride and bridegroom and their
Intimate friends -wltnessedthe ceremony, j
v.hlch was performed byahe Rev. Father
Cooper; D. D.. of St Matthews Church.
A reception followed Mn the large ball
rrom at Rauschers, which was fittingly
decorated for the occasion.
" Among the guests present at the re
ception 'were Col. Wendell Lee Simpson,
U. 8.. A., retired, and Mrs. Simpson, of
New York, rather and mother of the
bridegroom: Miss Simpson. Dr. and Mrs.
Bernard Bryne. Mrs. A. W. Bryne, Miss
Ellra Bryne, Miss' Laura Bryne." Mrs.
Edwin Abell. all of Baltimore. Md.:- Mr.
Wilson Wood, of Indianapolis Ind.,
uncle of the bridegroom: Brig.'. Gen.
William W.i Wotherspoon, -U. S.' A., and
Mrs. Wotherspoon": Brig Gen.- and "Mrs.
George L Andrews.- Brig. Gen. and Mrs.
Ernest Garilngton, Brig. Gen. and Mrs.
Chase, Miss Chase, Brig. Gen. and Mrs.
William L. Marshall. Brig. Gen. and
Mrs. Trice, Lieut, Creswell Garilngton.
Miss Ruth Bliss. Miss Andrews. Col.
i.nd Mrs. E. St, John Greble. the Misses
Greble. SIlss Rogers, CoL and Mrs. 'Gar
rard, Miss Garrard. Col. and Mrs. Folti.
CapU and Mrs. Barnhardt. Capt Edward
f. .Talbott, Mrs. J. Burnet Crane, the
Misses Crane, Mr.- and Mrs. Robert El
more, Mr. ond Mrs. W. ,K. Ellis,- .Mr.
Ellis, Jr.: Mrs. Bissell. Mr. Lanls.Bls
sell, "Mr. Jack Mallory, Mr. and'Irs.
Waddy Wood. .Miss Anne P. Lomax. Mrs.
Brooke, Miss Marguerite Brooke, Capt.
Llndsey. Mrs. E. C Brooks, Miss Dor
othy Brooks. Mrs. Johnson. Lieut Moore,
Lieut Stewart. Col. and Mrs. Atkinson,
Lieut. George Russell, Miss Russell. Mr.
Russell. Mr. Stuart. Glllmore, Mr. Al
fred Horner. Maj. M. Delaney. Mrs. Bot
kln. Miss Botkin, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Myers, of Philadelphia, Ja.: Mr. and
Mrs- Charles F. Yauch. Miss Darby. Mr.
and Mrs. HalL Col, and Mrs. Powell,
and Miss Powell.
Later In the evening a buffet supper
was served In the banquet hall. The
bride cut the bride's cako, which was
decorated with orange blossoms, with
her husband's sword. Her going away
costume was a chic blue velvet costume,
with handsome lace collar, and she wore
a handsome blue beaver hat and gray
furs. After an' extended wedding trip
Lieut, anil Mrs. Simpson will reside at
Fort Myer, Va., where the former Is
stationed.
-The Minister nf Portugal, Viscount
d'Alte. has arrived in "Washington and Is
stopping at 'thesNew WIIlard.
Mrs. Thomas 'Gaff has returned to this
city from her summer home at Oster
vllle, Mass.. and Is stopping at the Graf
ton for a few days with her son-in-law
and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Cary I-ang-horne.
before going to the Hot Springs,
Va.. for the autumn.
Mrs. Frank CarvllI Cosby, who has
been visiting In Brookllne, Mass., since
concluding her seafon at York Harbor
last month, returned yesterday to her
apartment nt StonelelRh Court.
Mrs. Norman Williams, of the city, and
her daughter. Mrs. Wesley Merrltt,
widow of Mai. Gen. Merrltt, U. S. A.
have purchased the McKIttrick estate
Dublin. N. H. It Is on the other side
the lake from the country home of Sej
retary of the Treasury Franklin M:
Veagh.
Mrs. John It. Williams, wife of G.
Williams, U. S. A.; Miss Dorothy W
lams, and Miss Franclse Williams h:
returned to Washington and ope
their residence In R Street. Miss Ft
else Williams will make her debut tl
winter.
Miss Doris Drain, daughter of Bi
Gen. and Mrs. James A. Drain, will
Introduced ata tea December 17.
Mrs. Richard Townsend has retuiT.fd
to Washington from New York, wheiy
she stayed for a short time nt tht
Plaza.
Mrs. 'Peter Goelet Gerry has left New
port, where she has been for the last
few days, and has Joined Mrs. Gerry t
Bar Harbor, Me.
-. Maj. Gen. Charles F. Humphrey, U.
S. A., retired, and Mrs. Humphrey have
arrived In Washington and' opened their
apartment at the AVyomlng for the
winter. The Misses Humphrey will Join
their parents later In the season. .
The ReVrfDrr Herbert Shlpman and
Mrs. Shlpman have opened the Edson
Bradley "cottage at Tuxedo Park for the
autumn season.
Mr. Gardner Williams and his daugh
ter. Miss Dorothy Williams, are stopping
at the Hotel Grafton for a few days
wlitle" their home In H Street' Is being
made ready for them.
Mrs. Johnson, wife of Dr. Lucius
W. Johnson. U. S. N.. who Is con-;
valescinic from a severe case of typhoid
fever, -la" visiting -her .mother and. sister,
Mrs. E. C. Brooks and. Miss. Dorothy"
Brook's. Dr. Johnson, who was formerly,
at the Naval Hospital . m"7hlladclRjila.
has recently been' ordered. to "Baltimore
tor' duty. - - J
Mrs. R.- R. Hoes., who 'has-been visit
ing' relatives In Frederick, lid.; has re;
turned to Washington, "and 'has' as her
house guest; her niece". Miss Emily
Johnson, of Frederick;, who-ia en route
to her home from Gettysburg, Pa.
Mrs. George Moore, of -New York, is
the house guest of Mrs.- Russell .Harri
son at her residence In, 'Q. .Street .
. . - , -Mr.
Frederick Mertens, 3d, of. Wash'
lngton, and "Miss Mary Ellen Thomas, of
Pomonkey, Charles. Cofamty. Maryland,
were married on October1 n.ln -BslUmore
at the, private, chasel.Blshop Murray,
cf'the Protestant Episcopal Church. tor
DciaUng.. . te-f "
Tho groom is-Ue.sonj)f Mr.. Frederic
" MH.CMHIi. WwWn.Jil wiiwmv --
nesa men of'.the,Itoti1ct.bess'sneraI
MMpr of the Mount' TVermm Marv
snail- Han. steamboat Llne. and j a roeoi
ber of 'the' old arm -of. r.Merteaa-',BansJ
lumber" and .coal operators of Western
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The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. 'Sal
lie. Thomas 'and, the Ute "Marshall
Thomas; and Is a"member;of one of the
old Maryland'famllies: After, their wed
ding trip. Mr. and ' Mrs. Msrtemi wm
make their -homo, at' U0 rait Capltoll
sjireei.
5Ir.' and Mrs. James ByronBuUer,i of
"Whlgham, Qa., announce he engage
ment of their daughter. Miss Nellie
Byron Butler, to Mr. Joseph Zachary
Mlsell, of this city. The wedding will
lake Place in jvoyember.
Mrs. John P. Bmckctt. of Washington.
lr the guest of Mrs., Robert P. Wilson at
her home in Buffalo, ' N. Y.
Miss Louise Hoar, daughter of Mrs;
Rockwood Hoar, Is crnlng to Washing
ton this week to attend a school here.
Mrs. Hoar.andMlss Frances Hoar. ho
was Introduced to society ten days ago.
are.styi at their country home In Mas
sachusetts; and will not return to
Washington until .later In the month.
The' American Naval Attache at Ber
lin and Mrs. A. P. Niblack gave a tea
yesterday afternoon In honor of the
newly arrived American Military At
tache and. Mrs. BJornstad. The naval
and. military attaches "of different em-
bassles and their wives were Invited to
meet the Americans. w
Mrs. David Jayne Hill, wife of tbe
former American Ambassador to Ger
many, has been in Berlin for a few days
on business In connection with the
launching of her protege, Daniel Melaa,
a young Russian violinist, who will make
his debut there In .December.'
NATIONAL ONION
PRESIDENT HONORED
Joseph A. Wright, a Bull Mooie
.Candidate of St. Louis,
Given Banquet.
There was a Bull Moosish spirit last
night at a banquet given In honor of
Joseph A. Wright, president of the Na
tional Union, by the represenatlves of
the union In the District at the Na
tional Hotel. Mr. Wright Is a candidate
on the Bull Moose ticket for"clrcuit at
torney of St Louis County, Mo.
Those who. spoke were W. R. Carver,
Joseph A. Wright, F. E. Ferguson,
Asslslant Director of the Bureau of
Engraving and Printing; W. E. Camp
bell of Baltimore: D. A. Helpraan. of
Toledo, Ohio; II. T. Brian, Deputy Pub
lic Printer: J; B. K. 1-ee, Chief Clerk of
the Ordnance Department navy yard:
William Brlggs. and C. T. Hendkr. C.
F. Haden was toastmaster. Joseph
Whittemore and Arthur E. Mlddleton
sang and Xrthur M. Budgcn gave sev
eral recitations.
Those present were Joseph A. Wright
W. R, Carver. W. F. Campbell, Albert
Nauhahn. Eugene L. Walter. Joseph
Whittemore, Arthur M. Budgen. Arthur
E. Mlddleton. T. II. Dawson. It D. Rush.
Charles F. Haden. D. A. Helpman. F.
E. Ferguson. J. B. K. Lee. Dr. Mark C.
Bullls. Lieut H. a Gahn, O. W. O.
King. Harry Selingcr. Dr. J. K. Duncan,
S. H. Jacobson. William Chatllce. J. C.
Newman. E. F. Glblmns. V. W. Potter,
J. P. Noel, J. E. Borland. W. H. Whit
ney, H. Batch. Dr. O. H. Coumbe. Albert
Larlvlere, F. G. Parks. T. P. Ryan. R. J.
Jones, B. P. Mann.' Ephralm Cornman.
Marion H. Keys. J. M. Leckle. E. it
Webster. W. R, Marceron. E. C. Ford.
G. W. S. Livingston. J. C. McConnell,
W. A. Wilson. A. E. Thomas. Dr. J. R.
Biggs, If. a Surguy. A. A. Wright D.
O. Chl-holm. Harry Debnam- J,. W.
Hughe', U. S. J. Dunbar. IV. r-Wcs-sells.
R. W. Rogers, W.., D"i'an3, J.
E. Rhodes, J. A. Massey.-? - I. V
Adams, B. J. Cady. PassmJIahn. C, F.
Miller. W.
S'ervfpes to Be Uriel To-iiay Under
.- Maaonle Aasplrvs.
Fui.eral services for Robert H. Hazard.-
formerly one of the. best known
newspapermen In this country, will be
held this morning; at Lee's Chapel at
10:30 o'clock under auspices of the Pen
t alpha. Lodge of Masons. Mr. Hazard
for years represented the United Press
at'the -White House and was personally
known and admired by Presidents Mc
Klnley. Roosevelt and vTaft. President
Taft yesterday ordered a floral wreath
to be sent to the funeral, as an evidence
of his esteem.
Mr. Hazard Is survived by his mother,
wife, son. and a sister. Miss Grace
Hazarl, the actress, now married to
rred Du Pre. an actor. Death came
Saturday as the result of a breakdown
last year from-overwork. The body will
l.i- cremated.
The effective
arrangement
of flowers
fpr social' .
"occasions 'is ,
-." , - - . .'- ' -an-art
in
which we have,
long excelled. i
fSdccesst ul 'results. ,
AModerdie' cost. .
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Located on one of the
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near Central Park, away
from the noise of street
cars and traffic, yet
easily accessible to the
theatre and shopping
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Rates:
Single Rooms without Bath $3.00 and
$4.00 per day; with Bath $5.00, $6,00
and $8.00; and for two people $6.00,
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Suites consisting of Parlor, Bedroom
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AMUSEMENTS.
ARCADE SKATING RINK
14tki St. asui Park Road.
W OPEN-THREE SESSIONS DAILY
MORXISC. AFTBHUOOy D WIGHT.
largest Morainj Ciicnlaticn.
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EQUISITIES for -'&im
' place or furnace canbe It
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wys supreme as wen asjuie .;
pnecs consibicniiy iuw. vc
offer tfte following sugges-
Uons:
Wood Baskets. $2.00.
Brass Fire Screens. tT.OO.
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Radiator Brushes. 40c - '
Steel Furnace Shovels. 50c
Long-handle Steel Furnace -Shovels.
40c.
Jron-bound Galvanized Ash Cans,
on Iron wheels, 22.50.
The Hustler Rotary Ash Sifters;
11.50.
Galvanized Coal Hods. 45c
The Kins Automatic Dustlasa
Ash Sifter. 14.50.
Galvanized Ash Cans, regulation
size, with cover; tl.00.
Galvanized Ash Cans, regula
tion size, with cover. 31.25.
Corrugated Steel. Extra Strong.
Ash Cans, with cover. 33.00.
Dulin& Martin Co,
Potlerjr. Poreelaln, Calaa. Class,
Silver, At.
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St
AMUSEMENTS.
NATIONAL " 8,U!-
n I IVUHb Mats. Wed. and ?at.
KfrCUIt MAT. TVEI1.VESDAY. SCt. Tie.. XL
COHAN & HAIWIS Ilncct-
Douglas Fairbanks in
HAWTHORNE, U. S. A.
A.Ottnwlr Thrill, tlrart ThrtAw. and laolter.
Ilj J AUKS r.AI:ARI t'AGAN.
Neii rrk -ocit vr"t."
PLMENDORF JSST
" The Great Southwest
Oct. . PkjCc Ciait-. Xoi. r. Villcmtoiw rrk.
deits w xllins ft ill Irclorrj.
rrtcM. set. nc. n.
BELASCO
TO-XICHT
AT 8:20
SO SINGERS.
ABORH c CO.
Srrcul rttjcjortlia of I1ijitte' itutrrtSm.
THE CHIMES OF EVORMAHDY
Nights. SSe to SI-10. -.Vtd and SatI
Mts ZZr to SI.
XCXT WEEK- Z.VW FIELDS FRE-iENTS
WILLIAM COLLIER '
'" NEVER SAY DIE
A Jw Iltr in Thre Aru -r W. II, Feet ini
it. U'.MiTtn i-onier.
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Matinees at S:I2i
n. and Sat.
Mtcricv Cmisrbdl I'reaenti
raiiEm N "The leal
Kr Catherine CJ-Wwlm rcsUinj. O
Frcro Uuh EIDt Thftter. N. T. t
Prien: rch. SI 50 A J' 1U! re. IL. GL. 33c.
HEXTWEEK Seals f5ow SeHing l
"T.TtTT Little Mcffmnit HJ a 5Ifnlff At ,
iadam Sherry
Ttxo Laiphtnc Swreta nf Two Octinit.
MSVSE.
CALVE
Wilh S-ciTwrr and Kftxne9.
CfiMTSIItIA T1UUTK1E. 11:1 DAY OCT 3, 4 SB.
iTirw, 5i.o. fun, cro. jtso. runt, js.00. i
sah at Droop". Uth iul
THR FIVE ML'SICAf LIWYCRS.
in tillbnt vta-i!r utfc-ile tfjtcre Kn
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Mclmu-tt tlw tnxn monulrtCTifcrt , IVtt A IVltw
WaIIi. crnldtic du:m, KorlKi ix KUffiru.
-COc KXTIHn LOWCR KLOOXl 20
Xtat Vwk IIAUDKi-LN.
IP0LITE VAUDEVILLEE
HQU BEAUTIFUL THEATRE IX AMERICA.
Attra-fioiM Efinahrit the S3 Thrtr.
TV 'Vnrfc iirn SUr Coroediao.
ARTHUR DEAGON
8 The Theatre tr Arta Seosatloa,
POUCHOTS FLYING BALLET
Laura Onrrlli- and Arthnr Com-
;ril. Hal Mrplirnx & Co. Clara
ilnue. Sr.Ily and llni.rj-. stelner
CTrlo. JLe. S IIIc lilts.
I.atr Star of MHk Uodelsaek,'
'.leztffesic-LBLB SLUSEH & CO.,
nllh Thii. .!. Rlrhard'. 1VII1U
1'innll). Tom Illncle A Co, c.
liny Srttt To-dar.
flatly Mntlnrr. .IneluiUas Sat
urdays and Holiday lias Seats,
-Otnl. AIU)ther Sea.S!Cent.
Kvenlnas Prokeeulnm IIux
ieats. Stt Mnuilnr Ilnx SealM.
w(l Centni OrrhePtra, O and 77.
Cents: Mesxanlne, 3T Cruts; Ilal-
cony 33 Cents.
trriliuu. WliWi Will IV lltM CnUl ItSJ
I1 '$ it Hie Ir St-Iened.
ACADEMY gg rASiSi:
MATS.. Tl'ES.. TKUnS. AXI S.IT.
CL'JJ II I I.t. Fmrnt
A JlAtnificmt "d Bcinie Kettnl rt
HAPPY HOOLIGAN
. Srit TVk-rTa Xittls Tendufcet.
GAYETY
THE NEW WINNING WIDOWS
With
ALTA PHIPPS
ami an all-star- caU
Next U'?t-t. M.,......Thtt Oiiety- fltila,
Smoke if I VACIili MatillM
Yob Like fclvLUm lay
Firochr trf la jits.".' ,
Moulin Roup Burisstuers
In a Tsoact Mndcai Comedy. A.
The Toast of Paris.
Fitoj Xljht. Oct. 3. "CODSTBT STORE."
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