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TMB WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1912.
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Woddward & Lothrop
New Yo-rk-WASHINGTON-Paris. .
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Every One Should See the Wonderful
Rug Weaving Loom in Operation.
The loom comes from the mills of the Whittall Company in
Worcester, Mass. the home of the famous "Whiftair Quality
Rugs, and was specially built for
exhibition purposes. Men inter
ested in machinery will be eager
to see this machine at work. School
children who are more and more
being educated along industrial
lines will likewise be keenly inter
ested in the exhibit, which includes
not only the loom but specimens of
the yarns used and pictures illus
trating the various processes w"tm
through which the materials go. Almost every one using rugs
will be interested in seeing how they are made to learn how
simple, yet how intricate.
Exhibition Hoars: 9 to 12:30; 1:30 to 5:30.
Rug Department, Fourth Floor. "
Some Facts About WhittalFs Rugs.
Whittall's Rugs are the highest achievement in the art of weaving rugs by ma
chinery. They have the rich, lustrous sheen and deep pile characteristic of Oriental
weaves in'fact so perfect an imitation of rare old Orientals, as to be justly termed
"Real Oriental Rugs made in America." Every thread of wool is imported from the
mountainous regions of Persia, Afghanistan and the Caucasus. Every particle of dye
stuff is tested repeatedly. Every improvement that inventive genius can suggest is
utilized in their manufacture. The rapge of colorings and shadings is the widest. The
rugs are adapted to every purse and purpose for living room, dining room, sleeping
room, library, parlot, hall and den. Two favorites arc;
ROYAL WORCESTER: I ANGLO PERSIAN:
4.6x7.6 ft .-
We sell Whittall Rugs
pattern we do not carry in
Fourth Boor Gt Jt.
Gymnastics and flay
HELP THE CITY
Health! Health!! Health!!!
It's the word In everybody's mouth,
and everybody wants the answer.
We are pioneers and specialists In
body-bulldlng and health-building. Our
facilities are most complete physicians
to advise, experts to direct, gymnasi
ums, baths, swimming pools.
BUSINESS MEN And Joy. recreation,
and physical stamina in our exercise
and play. Special attention given.
CLERKS, whose dally occupation
make change from monotony by vig
orous exercise and healthful sports Im
perative, are coming to us in larger
numbers each year.
Full schedule of 11 o'clock. 6 o clock,
and S o'clock graded classes now in ef-
Apply for particulars by call or card
Y. M. C. A.
1736 G St
College of Law
For Women and Mrs.
1317 NEW YORK AVENUE N. W.
Three years' course, leading to
degree LL. B. ; tuition, $60 per an
num. Post-graduate study, one year,
degree LL. M.; patent law for
practice before U. S. Patent Of
Twenty-six members of faculty.
Evening sessions exclusively.
ELLEN SPENCER "MUSSEY. Doan.
Phone M. 4585.
The Potomac School
ISM EIGHTEENTH STREET.
REOPENS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER t. 1U
KINDERGARTEN AND ELEMENTARY
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
Aflapioa in a.inarrrnen ana
MMESTIC AITS & SCIENCES
1754-1756 M Street I. W.
Complete, inctickl conrssa. Regular, normal, and
sptdiL Model eqnlnment. Expert faenltx.
Rtdstrstloa Bant IS. 2X2. Grtalofn.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
lilZfeicnth St. N. E. Phons Una. 1M.
Washington School of Accountancy
Profeatlonal sanation In aensmtaser, pKputaif
(or BUta certlnesta o( certlfled public accountant
and for Dullness administration. Practical work
espcdallr adapted to mm emptored amine the day.
IS-pags bulletin oo request. Call or address. Direc
tor of Education. I. M. C A, o flt ). WH
Day and nifnt. fjxdncational. Tenth year opens
Sepc-fa. Graded, high, and twalnem counts. Alto
nrlrale coachinc Catalogue.
FRANCES MANN HAUL A. W.
H E EC N. W.. PrnietnC.
1W. M. SsTT.
MMMUII, CIITAI Ml lAIJf.
Waiter T. ItH - Mi. JL E. Hill
E Ensemble practice weekly. Kordkm Chrba.
NEW STUDIOS KENOIS BUILDING. Elmntk
and G Streets Northwest. Phone. Mfln Bst.
ladlTldaal Instruction for roans; Glrlav.
Xka Kartlagtoa. am lftk St. IT. W.
9x12 ft........... $57.00
8.3x10.6 ft. - $51.50
6x9 ft f $35.00
4.6x7.6 ft $19.50
at the lowest price stipulated by the factory. Any size or
regular stock will be readily obtained if desired
Roses Given Away!
We're going to give away thou
sands of roses to visitors to the
Opening of The Washington Her
ald's New Contest Headquarters,
at 714 13th Street, to-day.
The Hotel will be conducted as heretofore, until
the expiration of lease, several years hence.
Rooms with Bath, $2.00
Geo. W. SwMaer, Pntidaa. Astra Corrloa, Manager.
133-137 West 47th St., NEW YORK CITY
JUST OFF BROADWAY.
The right kind or a hotel In the rlotit locality. In the heart of the
theater district and adjacent to the shopping; centers. Positively Ire
proof. Excellent cuisine 'and an exceptional orchestra. A lara-e addition
just completed, containing library, grill, and billiard hall.
Handsomely Furnished Rooms, Private Bath,
$1.50 per day upward
From Grand Central Station, cara marked "Broadway" without transfer
Pennsylvania Station. 7th Av. cara without transfer. Booklet upon request.
. it. BMAKE3, raor.
a uraoq upening neraia ijontest
Headquarters,71413thSt. N. W.
Some of the advertisers who will serve their prod
ucts -at the opening; of The Herald's new Contest
Headquarters. 714 Thirteenth Street.-'to-day.
"Velvet Kind" Ice Cream: W. D. Coffee, made on
electric store furnished by National Electrical Sunolv
Company: sample Deer Head and After Dinner Clears.
Palmer's Olnsrer Ale. University Club Ginger Ale. roses
from Gade. Hrot ana many others. .
.uig uioa; v..
Doors Open at 12
sire to announce that
i the recent transfer of
the Hotel Victoria properly,
Broadway, 27th St and
Fifth Ave, New York City,
will in no way interrupt the
present policy of the house.
;n.usnai8e &na awarcia. '
o Clock To-day
The President will arrive In Wmsblntj
ton ton Sunday morning-, nut Mrs. Taft
and Miss Helen Taft probably will re
main some tuna longer at the "8ummer
White House" In Beverly. Mass.
The Secretary of State has left Wash
ington for Beverly, Mass., to be the
guest of the President and Mrs. Taft,
and will also accompany them on av mo
tor trip to Portsmouth and Portland.
Mrs. Knox left Washington yesterday
morning for New York, expecting to re
turn here next Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William KIdd have re
turned to Washington .and opened their
apartment at stonelelgn 'Court for the
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy,
Mr. Beekman Wlnthrop, will entertain
at luncheon on Friday In honor of the
commandants of the various naval sta
tions, who will be In conference In
Washington at the end of the week.
Mrs. -T. De Witt Talmage, who Is
spending the-autumn at the Hot Springs,
Va., with her daughter. Miss Rebecca
Collier, entertained at a delightful tea
en Monday on the lawn by the club
house. Among her guests were Mrs.
Reld Rogers and Miss Rogers, of this
city, who have Just arrived at the
Mrs. Oscar T. Crosby and her daugh
ter. Miss Miriam Crosby, spent the
week-end In Washington. They will re
turn to their country estate in Warren
ton, Va., to-day.
Mrs. Henry F. Dlmock, of New York,
has leased the Slater house on I Street
for the coming season. Mrs. Dlmock Is
the sister of the late Mr. William C.
Whitney, Secretary of the Navy during
President Cleveland s first admlnlstra;
tlon, and she has taken the same house
whlsh Mr. Whitney made famous by his
original and brilliant entertainments.
Mrs. Dlmock has so many friends In
residential and diplomatic circles that
her house Is sure to be one of the most
popular of the many hospitable homes
In Washington. Her daughter, Mrs.
Dlmock Hutchinson, will spend the win
ter here with her mother.
One of the most Important weddings of
the fall season in Baltimore, Ma. will
be that of Miss Katharine MacSherry,
daughter of Mrs. Allan MacSherry. to
Mr. John GIttlngs Brogden, son of the
late Mr. James McCullough Brogden and
Mrs. Brogden. The marriage will take
place Wednesday, November H, at the
residence of Mrs. MacSherry on Uni
versity Parkway. The Invitations will
be limited to the two families and a few
intimate friends. Miss MacSherry Is a
cousin of Mrs. Roberf Hinckley, and Is
well known Jn Washington.
Miss Elizabeth Rush Porter, daughter
of MaJ. and Mrs. J. Riddle Porter, Is
spending the week with Mr. and Mrs.
J. WUmer BIddle In Philadelphia and
will be the guest of honor at a series
of Informal dinners to be given this
week by h host and hostess. She will
make her debut In Washington later In
Among those sailing from New York
on the Kaiser Wllhelm II yesterday
were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Strassbur
ger, of Norrlstown. Pa, Mr. Strassbur
ger Is on his way to his post at Buchar
est as secretary of the American Lega
tion and consul general to Roumanla.
Servia. and Bulgaria. He will arrive
there about November 8.
Miss Virginia Le Seure. granddaugh
ter of former Speaker of the House Jo
seph Cannon, will go to Kansas City
early In November to visit Mr. and
Sirs. Jacob L. Loose. Miss Le Seure
win make her debut here early In De
Mils Katherlne Beresford. daughter of
Arimirai sir cnarles Beresfard of T!n,
land. Is visiting CoL and Mrs. Robert
m. nompson at the Hot Springs. Va.
Mrs. Stlmson. wife of the Secretary ot
war, win close her country home at
Huntington. L. I., and will arrive in
asnington tne latter part of the week.
ine secretary, who Is now camDalen
Ing In the West, expects to Join his wife
on Saturday. He will deliver a speech
in ou r-aui io-aay.
Rear Admiral John E. Pillsbury. U. S.
N.. retired, and Mrs. Pillsbury will prob
ably arrive in Washington to-day and
open their residence In Q Street for the
An Interesting announcement is that of
the marriage of Mlsa Kaffcrln n,,-...
Lieut Napoleane Ruspoll, which took
piace in xew lorK City last Monday.
Miss Ouav Ik th nler nt th T.f c.Mn
tor M. S. Quay and daughter of Mrs.
Quay, whose husband, the late Mr.
Jerome Quay, was the American consul
Thn werlrllrt? hnri rin .w.a.m...,. ....
-.-r. .- ...- JVB(yUIICU VII
account of the Turko-Itallan war. and
jujss vuay. wno nad lived with her
mother In Florence since her father's
death, decided tn vfnft a !t r r
A. Franks, of East Orange, N. J. Lieut.
Ruspoll followed within a week. His
regiment being likely to be ordered Into
action, he had to go back to Italy Im
mediately, but he wished to return with
Miss Quay as his bride. Lieut, and Mrs.
Ruspoll sailed Tuesday for Italy, and
as a peace protocol has been signed by
Italv and Turkv thv win it... ...
cauiie 01 s-rince rtuspou near Florence.
Mrs. Truman H. Newberry was the
guest last week of Mrs. Julius C Bur
rows at her residence in Kalamazoo,
The German Ambassador and Countess
von Bernstorff were passengers on the
Kalserln Auguste Victoria. It Is expect
ed that they will come direct to Wash
ington on their arrival In New York.
Owing to the continued Illness of Mrs.
Belmont Tiffany, the wedding of Miss
Catherine N. Cameron, a former Wash
ington winter resident, daughter of the
late Sir Roderick Cameron.- and Mr.
John H. Sears, which waa to have taken
place at the Cameron country home.
Clifton Berley, In Rosebank, Staten
Island, Thursday, will be solemnized, at
63 West Ninth Street, New York City."
the home of Mrs. Belmont Tiffany.
The arrangements for the wedding .at
tendants remain the same. Miss Mary
Cameron, the bride's young niece, being
her only attendant, and Zenas Sears, Jr..
will act as his brother's best man. The
ceremony will take place at 3:30 odock.
Only relatives and Intimate friends will
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor and
their family have returned to Washing
ton from Nova Scotia, 'where they spent
the summer, and opened their residence
In Eighteenth Street for the winter.
They have recently purchased a country
place In Maryland, near Rockvllle, which
they expect to occupy during the spring
and fall season.
Mr. John W. Garrett, of Baltimore.
American- Minister to Argentina, has
left Buenos Aires and Is due here about
Mrs. Fltzstmmons, wife of Medical Di
rector ntzslnrmons, U. S. N., retired, will
entertain at an auction bridge luncheon
Saturday, the first of a series she will
give this autumn.
Dr. and Mrs. Fitzslramons. who spent
th summer at Monterey, Pa,, oava
THE NEW BOYS' SHOP
Second'Floor ot the Greater Palais Royal , , -
sTQ-sD AY ,iS WEEDING DAY
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v Am nETMliiTLl 1lTY1
i ' JlV-Jr tj TiH. iVs '1
MtWF Jr' iti m Etc "J
THE PALAIS ROYAL
WHEN YOU ARE
PURCHASE OF A
THAT YOU WILL
ONE OF THE
TERMS, AND THE
THE PIANO MERCHANT
1330 G STREET
an art in
which we have
J. H. Small & Sons,
Corner 15th and H Sts.
New York Waldorf-Astoria,
opened their residence In Adams Mil
Road for the autumn and early winter.
They expect to go to Florida early In
January for three months.
Air. Henry Lane Wilson. American
Ambassador to Mexico, has arrived tn
Washington and is at the New Millard.
Mr. Montgomery Schuyler la In charge
of the Embassy at MIxico'Clty during
Mr. Wilson s absence.
Admiral V. U Cottmann is attending
the conference of Navy Yard Command
ers which la taking place here this week.
Mr. James T. Du Bols, American Min
ister to Colombia, Is spending his leave
at his country home In Pennsylvania.
Mr. Elliott Northcott. American Mln
later to Venezuela, is visiting ills home
In West VIrgifrfa.
The first annual meeting of Montlcello
Chapter, Daughters of the American
Revolution, as held Saturday evening.
October 19. with Mrs. Alfred E. T. Hans-
mann, 2835 Twenty-seventh Street North
west Mrs. Mary C Beach, regent. In
the chair. Being the 131st anniversary of
the surrender at Yorktown members of
the chapter responded by papers com
memorative of this event. Mrs. Wilds,
the historian, had recently visited York
town and told very entertainingly of evi
dences still seen there of the happen
ings In 17S1. Miss Levers sang. Mrs.
Talbot, whose ancestor was one of Wash
ington's guards, gave an interesting ac
count from memory of Incidents related
by her grandfather of their pay in Con
Unental script and of their privations.
Refreshments were served by the
hostesses, Mrs. Hansmann and Mrs.
An electric floor scrubbing machine
In which a cylindrical brush rotates
vertically Instead of horizontally, thus
helping to pick up the water that has
been used. Is the Invention of a New
York hospital attendant.
For a Soft. Velvety Skin
and Bright. Fluffy Hair
Fall winds have a peculiarly blighting
effect on the delicate skin, and proper
safeguards should be used to protect it.
A highly merltorlouslotlon can be made
at little cost by dissolving 4 ounces spur
max In either 1-2 pint witch hazel or hot
water and adding 2 teaspoonfuls gly
cerine. This dries quickly. Is Invisible
when on, and Imparts that soft tint of
healthy maidenhood to the skin. The
spurmax loUon serves every purpose of
powder and makes clear and beautiful
"Stringy," unmanageable hair Is the
result of improper shampooing. A very
satlsfactory shampoo for fall Is prepar
ed ,by dissolving a teaspoonful canthrvS
in cup hot water. This makes a rich,
blaad lather that removes every atom
of dust, dandruff, and excess oil and aft
er rinsing, the hair dries quickly with
a rich,' even color and gloss. Canthrox
shampoos make the hair fluffy and en
courage a thick. Ions growth.
"Broken Lots" Cheap for To-dtvy
$5 Suits, $3.75
You'll not find all sizes in any one
styles but there are all sizes from
6 to 17 years in one style or another
and $5 quality will be linked.
Choice of these "broken lots" for
Reduced to 2.45
Norfolk and Double-breasted Suits
in grays and browns; all sizes, from
6 to 17 years, but not in every pat
tern. Sweaters for 95c
All gray and, gray trimmed, with
blue or red. Sizes for boys 6 to 14
years only. Values to $2.00, at 95c
8 to 6
Is a specialty for which
we have long enjoyed dis
tinction. We employ the choicest
flowers invariably se
cure effects of exceptional
beauty. Estimates fur
nished whenever desired.
In gorgeous variety; Vio
lets, Orchids, Hoses, and
all other desired floral
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11.3X7 s-Ts.il auu rrs
We Elve Herald 23,0OO
OLD POINT COMFORT
S3. 50 Round Trip
Oa Friday and Saturdays Good to
Tickets Including Stateroom and
Sat. to Mon S7JS0
Frl. to Mon. or Sat to Tues.... 11JSO
Frl. to Tues. or Sat to Wed... 13.50
New York and Boston by Sea
City Ticket Office. T51 15th St. X. W.
NORFOLK A WASHIXGTOJf
STEAMER CHA8LES MACALESTER
For MOUNT VERNON
ROUND TRIP 50c TO GATE
Leartts Serrnth Strert Whtrf it 10 a. m. aM S3!
p. m. diilr eictpt Pundu. Call on itnsirr. A
drllshtful octlf oa tit bistcric and twiutlnil Po
lout OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
Prea.Orant.OctJS.Uain.l tOranido. Nor. T
tKais'n Ace-VicNor. 1 flVnjUTlrinii Sox. 9
luamrorg alrm. arcana nDln oalr.
tSlti-Cirtton a !a Cuts BesUunnt.
Mtriira, GibraltarAlgiers, Maples, Genoa
IS. S. CKfClJOfATI Nov. S, 11 A. M.
S. S. MOLTKE Nor. 12. 11 A. M.
8. S. CrXCKWATl Dec. 10, 11 A. M.
S. S. HAMBURG Jan. 11. 11 A. M.
S. S. CIJTC1X.VATI (ORIEXT
CRUISE) Jan. 28, 10 A. JL
S. S. HAMBURG Feb. 22. 10 A. XL
1WI11 not call at Madeira or Algiers.
Will not call at AlRiers.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. U Broadway.
N. T.. or E. F. Droop 4 Sona Col. Uth and O Sta,
nw.; Geo. W. Moas. 5TT Hth St.. Washington. O. C
BY FASTEST STEAMER
Racord Trip 39 Bouri 35 mlnntra.
BT NEWEST STEAMER (Built 13M).
BT ONLY STEAMER LANDING PASSENGERS
AND BAGGAGE DIltECTLT ON THE DOCK
Uf HAMILTON WITHOUT TRANSFER,
S. S. BERMUDIAlf
Bails rrrrr Utdnndir. U A. X.
Tain 6cmr. 10,518 tons dlsptactraroL BUfs
Kicla, Doohta Bottom. Wireloa TrlcsTlph.
SOmS DE LUXE WITH PRIVATE BATH.
TICKETS BT BERMUDIAN AND ARCADIA
For Illustrated pamphlets axrlr to A. K. OUT
ERRRIDGE CO.. Agents Onrtec 8. S. Co. Ud..
9 Broadwir. New Tort; THOS. COOK SON.
Sal and Z3S3 Broadway. 264 and 59 Filth arenas,
sww xors. or anj xiesrt Asans.
Two pttformtnc ilailf by
THE FIVE MUSICAL LAWYERS.
tn a brilliant ictacnlar roc Iodic inaturc; Keno,
Welsh fc MVIrot; mnatlonal tfxnrdy acrotrat; Carl
Stat Co. in a hilanoir ccmMr sketch; Hilly
MeDermott. the tnxrp moiicIuMt; Jim fc Tttie
Walton, acrobatic dittos'; Karl ton aorl KlUTurd.
comMj cartoonista, and Clare fc West, ainging and
ENTIRE LOWER FLOOR 20c
Are You Ready
Winter Fires ?
REQUISITIES for fire
place or furnace can be
purchased here to ad
vantage. The quality is al
ways supreme as well as the
prices consistently low. We
offer the following sugges-
Wood Baskets. 12.00.
Brass Fire Screens, $7.00. r
Radiator Brashes, 40c
Steel Furnace Shovels. 50c.
Long-handle Sttel Furnace Show-
Iron-bound Galvanized Ash Cans.
on Iron wheels, JS.50.
The Hustler Rotary Ash Sitters,
Galvanized Coal Hods, 45c
The King- Automatic Dustleis
Ash Sifter, $4.20.
Galvanized Ash Cans, regulation V
size, with cover, $1.00.
Galvanized Ash Cans, regula
tion size, with coveJy.$1.2J.
Corrugated Steel. Extra Strong;
Ash Cans, with cover, $3.00.
Dulin& Martin Co.
Potlerr. Porcelain, Chlaa, Glass,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 Q St
Special Frodcetion ot Plwq.netta'a Mutarpfco.
THE CHIMES OF HOIMMIT
Nights. SSe to S1.BO. Wed., and Sat.
Mats, 23e to SI.
NEXT WEEK-LEW flELDS PRESENTS
'" NEVER SAY DIE
A New Play in Thrw Arta by W. H. Post and
NATIONAL T-- "".
n IVIiHb Matinee Satnrdar.
Matinee To-dar. SOc, 73c, SIM.
COHAN & DARIUS Prexxt
Douglas Fairbanks in
HAWTHORNE, U. S. A.
A Ootneilr of Thrills, Heart Tbroba, and Lacshtcr.
Br JAMES BARNARD FAGAX.
Neil Wees "OL'R WIVES." I
awaal Tfcp Croat SniiTkui
Ort. 31. PidSe Coirt; Nor. T. TelloTntooa Pars.
Sean now spiling for slT lectnres. 1
Pncrs. 5a:.. Tic. JL '
iHatineea at 3U3
aara. aad Sat.
Manries Camjibell Pmenti
,H,,nT U- "The Real
Bj Cithrrtre CMihote Cuhine.
From Munu Elliott Theater, N. T.
Prices: Orcn. mit BaL c. B. nil, sot
II EXT WEEK! Seats Now Selling 1
"Errrr Little Morcment Has a Meaning AU
Woods, rruee it Lrderer Present
The Laughing larcfs ot Two ContiaeiiyL
4 JO o'clock WeJsesdu. Octobor XL
Prion. J130. JL00. nc. 95c.
Seats on solo at T. Artnnr Sailth's (Sindtr-!
1c Starman). 137 F St.
Oxvr&tlc Onorrt scd Ondecaed Troq t
TTIth Rcrrnr nd Cratnsei.
COLOrBIA THE.TER. RIDAY. OCT. S. 430.
rncriJlflO. J1V. 5C.P0. 5i5t Pctm. J3.on. On
m at Droop's. Hth acd G
HOST BEAUTIFUL T HUT IE IH AMERICA.
Attractions lquallrg the 93 Thitres.
Th Cocrf Opcrm SUf Ccredtj.
The Theatre Ilea Aria SenaatloB.
POUCHOT'S FLYING BALLET
Lanra Gnerlte and Arthur Coa-
Irad. Hal Stephena A Co. Clara.
(Inae. Sully and Ilnaaey. Stelaer
Trio, Ac. SBIsrHlta.
Late Star of "Miss Dadelsaek,"
NextWeek-LULU 6USEB & CO,
nlth Thoik D. Rtrhards. WII1U
Famllr. Tom Dinsle A Cow Ac.
Bar Srata To-day.
nallr Matlneea. Inrlndlnc; Sat.
urdara aad HolldaTaBox Seats.
SO Ceata. All Other Seata. 35 Cents.
ElTealasa Froaeenlnm Box
Seata. 1 Mesaanlne Box Seata.
50 Cents; Orchestra, 50 aad 73
Cental Mesaanlne, 33 Cental Bal
conr 33 Cent.
raone Jdaln Ml ror mdcb or seaion Kca
rmtlona. Which Will Be Held Until 130
and 7J0 d the Da? Selecud.
MATS., TCES.. TIIURS. AND SAT.
OU8 HILL rrrsrnta
A Mazsificcnt and Serais lCerlTal at
Neil Week Tha Ltttla Tendrrfoot.
G A Y ETY
Two trrformMaon daUr bj
THE NEW WINNING WIDOWS
ami an aB-itar cue J-
Nrit Wo .The Odatrotrlr
Snoke if I VPCIliA MatiMe
Yon Like fclVWIin Mb
TrenchT to 1U Tips."
Moulin Rouge Burfesquers
la m Twoirt Mtwical Comedy,
The Toast of Paris.
Fridar Nlshf. Ort. 3. "COUNTBT STORE."
NEXT WEEK-"TUs'STAR3 OF STAGELASD"
ARCADE SKATING RINK
14th St. and Park Road.
NOW OPEN-THREE 'SESSIONS DAILY
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