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THE7 WASHINGTON HERABD. -SATURBAX NOVEMBER ifr 1912.
Woodward & Lothrop
New York WASHINGTON-Paris."
The' Finest Winter Coats
Girls and Misses Gan Wear
Handsomely Tailored, Warm and protective Garments Ideal
in fabric, design, and tailoring for the winter season. They reflect
in every line the smartness of the new fashions.
Girls Chinchilla Coats, $8.75.
Chinchilla Coats, in three-quarter length; in colors of navy,
gray, and castor, lined throughout with checked worsted; storm
collar. Double-breasted effect with brass buttons. Sizes 6 to 16.
Girls' "Tailormaid" Coats, $10.00 and $12.50
An exclusive line of Coats that we are featuring because o
their excellence and exceptional service. Finely made of boys'
overcoating fabricsin mixtures and many attractive rough weaves
and lined throughout; full back, belted, and semi-belted styles.
Girls' Norfolk "f ailormaid" Coats, $15.00.
Mixtures, chinchilla cloths and heavv overcoating fabrics, in
Norfolk style .' $15.00
Many other new models are of overcoating fabrics zibelines,
worsteds, and mannish mixtures of the all-wool grade. Some
have patch pockets and storm collars, and fasten - ith the very
large buttons, others have velvet collars. They are priced from
$15.00, $17.50 to $25.00.
Misses' Chinchilla Coats, $16.50.
Chinchilla Cloth is much in vogue, and these are made in the
very popular Johnnie style, with large velvet collar, and bound
with braid; others with combination trimmings and broadcoth
collar and cuffs. Shown in navy, castor, red, and gray. Sizes
14, 16 and 18.
Misses' Diagonal Serge Coats, $12.50.
Another model in the Johnnie Coat a fetching style of much
desirability in red-and-black and gray-and-black diagonal weave,
trimmed with plain black braid. Sizes 14, 16, and 18.
Misses' White Coats, $25.00.
Made on mannish lines with semi-fitting back and hand-
turned collar. The cloth is of fine texture, new and stylish; and
the coat is three-quarter length, and warm and serviceable. It is
full lined and finished, with patch pockets and black velvet collar.
Third floor-G DL
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HUH
Fashion's Latest Conceptions in
Women's Neckwear.
Charming new stvles in Neckwear modes, that will attract
great attention because of their departure from the usual sorts.
Of remarkable beauty, distinctiveness, and refinement. There are
few requisites of apparel that women take so much pride in choos
ing as neckwear, and when they become acquainted with the
originality and newness of these lines, they will take an added
pleasure in inspecting and making selections.
NEW MARABOU BOAS The most fashionable neckwear
introduced this season; rich, soft and fluffy, made af plain mara
bou and marabou-and-ostrich feathers combined. The boas are
in cape and stole effects with muffs to match.
SPANISH LACE SCARFS, in beautiful new .styles of ex
quisite loveliness; many new and superb patterns, made by hand.
Shown in black and white.
CHIFFON AND CREPE DE CHINE SCARFS Sheerness
and wondrous beauty of colorings in plain and floral effects; also
some creations of metallic effect.
JABOTS Never was there such variety shown in the
making of Jabots from simple effects to those of the most elabo
rate character. Especial attention is directed to those of Fine
Shadow Laces, with and without stocks.
Min floor-P t.
Whipcord and Diagonal Suitings.
Specially Priced at $1.50 Yard.
Whipcord and Diagonal Suitings are among the most popular
fabrics of the season, especially well liked for handsome one
piece tailored frocks and street dresses, tailored suits and sep
arate coats. This assortment is in navy and electric blue, brown,
and mixed colorings. The weave is substantial and of perfect
weight for winter garments of the above character.
This is a genuine price reduction. We have had the goods
of same quality in stock at $2.00 the yard, hence the woman has
an assured opportunity of saving 50c on the purchase of every
yard.
$1.50 the Yard.
Regular Price, $2.00.
becond floor-G rt.
OopjrUtit by UtrrtvEwtnc
MME. SIAV0 0E0DITCH,
TV Iff of the Servian SlinUler to London, who la In America ta aroaae
Interest for the lied Croaa In the Ilalkan Trnr, Jrft Waahlnston
yeaterdar.
I Vfrnm
ORIENTAL RUG
Repairing done by experts employed by t(s is fully
guaranteed to satisfy tltc most critical rug, owners.
Washing of Fine Rugs done .at our U Street plant
under the supervision of experts.
Phone M 2063 For Estimate.
Wuj...
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Established in
EnS" -W8HSTN.W.
IX3C
lononot
i. i.i i nrinmrrnT rf"riin i
HOMEMADE CANDY
Our Candles are much batter
than tbe factory kind. It la pure. 2
aweet. and wholesome made by 5
expert candy maker. In a clean n
kitchen. 9
BUCKINGHAM'S
229-231 PA. AVE. S. E. 1
raid SXUXM S
Totes. 8
DEPAET FOB HORSE SHOW.
Fort Myer Oflleera Leave for Xevr
TorlE Trlth Their Slonnta.
Capt. U R. Undsey. with his famous
horse. Experiment, and Lieut. W. JC
Shepherd, with Marshal Ney, left Port
Myer yesterday over the Pennsylvania
Railroad for New York, where they will
take part In the annua bourse show,
which opens there Saturday.
Trumpeter James T. Purei.ll r tio-
tery D, and Private Johnson, of Troop
A. went along: to look out-Tor the horses.
The Fort Myer men expect to win high
honors -with their mounts.
President Taft left Washlnston last
night for Xew York and New Haven.
He will be absent about three da) a Mr
John Has Hammond, who a a guest
at the White House oer Thursday night,
left Washington yesterday afternoon.
President and Mrs. Taft will be enter
tained at dinner by the Secretary ol
State and Mrs. Knox on Thursday even
ing, December 19. It Is the first of the
Cabinet dinners.
Mrs. James Biddle, wife of Brig Qcn
BIddle. U. S. A . who has been visiting
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and
Mrs. John BIddle. at their residence In
S Street, has gone to New York to be
with her son. Mr Nicholas BIddle. at the
Hotel Hawthorne. Mrs. BIddle will re
turn to Washington shortly to occupy the
apartment she has leased at the Rich
mond for the winter season.
Mr. and Mrs. Ten Eyck Wendell gate
a handsome dinner last night In honor
of their house guest. Miss Nannie Gilpin
Invited to meet her were Ma.!. Gen. and
Mrs. George U. Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs
William Kldd. Mrs George Uowland
Chase. Mrs. Ralph Jenkins. Mr. Charles
Henry BuUer. Mrs. Robert HInckle, Dr
Charles Swisher, and Rear Admiral
O'Neal. U. S N- retired.
Miss Glloln. who has been making her
home In Dresden and Rome for several
sears, is spending a month In this court
try, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. F.ilrman
Rodgers. of Philadelphia. During her
stay with Mrs Ten Eyck sho has been
extensively entertained. Mrs. Charles K
Clapp entertained at an Informal lunch
eon for her at the New Wlllard. and on
Thursday evening she dined with MaJ.
Gen. and Mrs Gillespie
Mr. Herbert IL D Pelrce. former Amer
ican Minister to Norwa, and Mrs. Pelrce
have returned to Washington and leased
the residence. 171 N Street, for the win
ter. - Mrs. Edison Bradley will gUe a musl
cale on Thursday evening at 9 30 o'clock
December 12, for the benefit of the As
sociation for Works of Mercy. It will be
the first entertainment given In Mrs
Bradley's new addition to her palatial
residence in Connecticut Avenue, and will
be a most brilliant affair. Tbe Knelsel
auartet will gie a recital, and the so
loist will be Miss Yvonne de Cravette,
celebrated soprano, who has neter
been heard In the United States. At ores
cnt she is In Toronto, Canada, where her
remarkable voice has proved a genuine
sensation. Tickets for the muslcale can
be purchased at Mrs B radio's residence,
13iS Connecticut Avenue.
Among the box holders are the Countess
on Bernstorff, Mrs. Charles Broughton
Wood. Mrs. Duncan HcKlm. Mrs. Mark
Hanna, and Mrs George T Mane.
The patronesses are Mrs James Brce,
Countess von uernstorn, jimc Loudon,
Mme Ekengren, Mme. de Klanor Mrs.
Frank Anderson, Mrs Nicholas Ander
son, Mrs Edson Bradley. Mrs. John
BIddle. Mrs. Henry B. Brown. Miss
Boardman. Mrs John C. Bod, Mrs. R.
C Bulmer, Mrs. Thomas Chatkrd. Mrs.
J. Mandeville Carlisle. Mrs Richardson
Clover, Miss Marjorie Colton. Mrs.
Spencer Cosby, Mrs. Murray Crane. Miss
Douglas, Mrs. Fremont-Smith, Mrs. Gar
llngton. Mrs Edward H. Gheen, Mrs.
C C Glover, Mrs. Mark Hanna. Mrs. C
D. Hemniick. Mrs. Robert Hinckley. Mrs.
J. B. Henderson, Mrs. Archibald Hop
kins. Mrs. Julian James, lira. Ralph Jen'
kins. Mrs. Hennen Jennings. Mrs. Joseph
R. Lamar Mrs. Nicholas Luquer. Mrs.
John McGowan, Mrs. Duncan McKim.
Mrs. MacMurray, Mrs I II. Mann, Mrs.
George T. Mane. Miss Katherine Mlm
mack. Mrsj J. Upshur Moorhead. Mrs,
NageL Mrs. Cleveland Perkins, Mrs. Lee
Phillips, Mrs. Reeslde. Mrs. Thomas F.
Richardson. Mrs. Charles M. Richardson,
Mrs. W. B. RIdgely. Mrs. W. C. Rives.
.Mrs. T. M. Rlxey. Mrs. Robert F Shep-
ara, Mrs. Jfniup snenaan. Miss Sherrlll,
Mrs. Hunt Slater. Mrs. F. C. Stevens.
Mrs. Robert M. Thompson. Mrs. Rich
ard Townsend. Mrs. I I Reamey, Mrs.
van iteypen. airs, jsugene Watson. sr
WIckersham, Mrs. Beekman 'Winthrop,
Mrs. rrancls Warren, Mrs. Charles
Broughton Hood, Mrs. Leonard Wood,
Mrs. Spencer S. Wood, Mrs. William
Hall, Mrs. Wesley Merrit. and Mrs.
Norman Williams.
Mrs. John Hays Hammond arrives In
Chicago this morning to attend the large
luncheon given under the auspices of the
State Committee of Illinois to raise fund.
for the Woman's "Titanic" Memorial.
Mrs. Lewis K. Torbet is chairman of the
State Committee. The luncheon win i
held In the "gold room" of the Congress
Hotel, and the occasion will be an ultra
fashionable one. Mrs. Carter Harrison,
wife of the Mayor of Chicago, has taken
laoie jor, six. utners -who have en
Blair. Mrs H II. Kohlsaat: Mrs Watson
Blair, and Mrs. J B. Waller.
The marriage of Miss Edwinetta Shel
ton Schroeder, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
John C Schroeder, and Mr. Charles
btuart Zurhorst will take place on Mon
day, December Miss Schroeder and
her fiance. Mr Zurhorst. are both resi
dents of Washington. No cards.
Mrs. William Steward Polk, of BalU
raore. Is visiting friends in Washington.
Mrs Thomas Campbell, of this city,
is (siting her sister. Mrs. Thomas Nolan.
at her home In Trenton, N. J.
Mr Milton Banks Brian has returned
to Washington from Europe after a visit
or several monina to inenas in lieriln,
Paris, and London.
Rear Admiral and Mrs Harber. U. 8.
N . after spending the auumn at Atlantic
City, have returned to Washington and
taken an apartment at the Brighton.
Lieut John C Fremont. U. S. N . lias
arrived in Washington and is visiting
his mother. Mrs John C. Fremont, at
her residence In R Street.
Mrs. Fred T. Dubois gave a luncheon
yesterday In honor of her cousin. Mrs.
Augustus Hall Bishop, who has been
her guest at the Cairo. The other
guests were Mrs. Champ Clark, Mrs
Pltzer. Mrs. C. E Morton. Mrs B D
Price. Mrs. Wallace De Witt, Mrs Mar
lon P. Maus, Mrs Nettle White, Mrs.
Silas Wolfe. Mrs J B. Lamar. Mrs.
Henry C Hodges. Jr. Mrs. Charles
Ganby. Mrs Franklin Schneider, and
airs. Anaerson.
Tho members of the refreshment com
mittee for the military ball to be given
at Fort Mjcr. Friday. No ember 52, for
the benefit of the Army Relief Society,
will meet at the residence of Mrs. Al
bert L. Mills, 153 K Street, this morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
The board of lady managers of the
Bruen Horn will receive at 3300 O Street
on Wednesday, November 30, from 8 to
6 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs Herman F. Tucker and
family, recent!) of Brookline, Mass.
have been visiting Mrs Tucker's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs William F. Myers,
of Irving Street They leave on Monday
xor tneir new nome in Seattle. Wash.
Mr and Mrs Frederick W.Matteson.
of 3K3 Woodley Lane, have sent out In
Rations for a tea Tuesday, November
as. when their daughter. Miss Elizabeth
Love uatteson, will be presented.
Mrs John Miller Horton gave one of
the most brilliant entertainments of the
week yesterday at the New Wlllard,
when the naUonal officers of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy were her
honor guests at an Informal luncheon.
The hostess, assisted by Mrs Matthew
T' Scott and other national officers of
the D A. R., received In a large private
parlor, where a. decoration of red and
white roses was "in place In compliment
to the honor guests Mrs. Horton wore
an elegant gown of pompadour satin.
Col and Mrs J. F. Reynolds Landls,
U S. A , have returned to Washington,
after an absence of more than five years.
loi. Landls was for four years the mili
tary attache of our embassy In Rome,
Italy. Col and Mrs. Landls are tem
porarily at the Toronto, Twentieth and
P Streets, while their own house. 1U3
Twenty-first Street. Is being prepared
for occupancy.
. tUMmmA TW , TLfrM TCIV
rey taking their guests to the Gorrtck
to wefBunty Pulls the Strings."
The wedding ot Miss Trances Beards
ley Clark, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Brayton Clark, to Frederick
Leonard Devereux. will take place next
Wednesday night at the Hamilton. Tbe
maid of honor will be Was Cornelia
Mercer Smith, daughter of 1t. and Mrs.
Charles O. Smith, jr., and the brides
maids. Miss Florence Evelyn. Tomeroy.
of Utlca, N. T., and Miss Elizabeth
Pennock, Smith, of this city.
Philip Owen Coffin, of NewTork, will
be the best man, ana John rajrrax eja
tln and Frank B. Devereux will serve
as ushers. " A recerrtlon wllf follow the
ceremony, which wlU be performed-byj
the Rev. Walter F. Drum.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark will entertain the
bridal party Monday night at a dinner
at tbe Columbia Country Club.
Miss Marguerite Barbour and her re
cent guest. Miss Isabelle Mersman,
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Otto L. Mers
man, of St Louis, left yesterday for the
latter city, where tbe former will re
main several weeks at the Mersman
home.
St. Aloyilus Church was the scene of
a beauUful and Impressive ceremony
Thursday morning at whlcjr' Rev. B.
doL. McDonnell officiated and celebrated
the nuptial mass when Miss Anna Marie
Brady, daughter of Mrs. Anns, M. Brady,
became the bride of Mr. Oliver T.
Velhmeyer.
The presence of Mgr. James F. Mack
In, pastor of St. Paul's, the bridegroom's
parish church. Rev. A. J. Donlon, ot
Georgetown University; Rev. M. J. Ken
nedy, of St. Dominic's; Rev. C. E
Wheeler, of the Church of the Holy
Comforter, and Rev. William J. Brooks,
of St. Aloysius, In the sanctuary added
greatly to the Impresslveness of the
ccaslon. Palms, chrysanthemums and
.umua leaves xormca ue aecorauons
of the altar and sanctuary.
The bride was attired In a gown of
ivory chiffon broadcloth and carried a
shower of Bride roses and lilies of the
valley. Miss Louise Velhmeyer. her only
attendant, wore blue charmeuse and car
ried pink chrysanthemums. Mr. Frank
velhmeyer was best man for his brother.
and Mr. Edward L. Brady, Mr. Bartho
lomew J. McOulrL Mr Thomas F
Schwelnheut. and Mr. Edwin O. Wood
were ushers. After a reception at the
nome or the bride s mother, the couple
left for their honeymoon trip, the bride
wearing a traveling suit ot blue and a
small blue hat.
NEBEASKAKS TO CONVEHE.
State Association to Meet at Leo
Jenn Colles;e Monday.
The Nebraska State Association will
be entertained Monday evening, Novem
ber IS, at Leojean College, 3517 Thir
teenth Street Northwest. Two distin
guished Nebraskans, Dr. Samuel Avery.
chancellor of the University of Nebras
ka, and William J Bryan, will bo the
guests of tho association. Dr. Avery a
few years ago succeeded the noted edu
cator. Dr E. Benjamin Andrews, as
chancellor of the Western State univer
sity, which now has an attendance of
approximately 4.500 students.
During the evening new officers will
be elected for the coming year. The
present officers of the association are:
F IL Abbott, president. F W. -Collins,
vice president, Fred K. Nielsen, secre
tary, and IL A. Harding, treasurer.
Dulin & Martin Co.
Select the
Thanksgiving
Table Service Now.
SPECIAL pride is manifest in the table appoint
ments' for this occasion. Experienced housekeep
ers know that our stock of china, glass, silverware,
cutlery, and kitchen equipments will meet every desired
need for occasions of the most formal character. Beau
tiful new patterns are displayed in the following:
Sterling Silver
High-grade Cutlery.
Eich Cut Glass.
Gold Decorated Glass.
SQver Platters.
Elegant Sheffield Trays, &c.
Eich. Service Plates.
Gold Decorated China.
Over Two Hundred
' Patterns of Table China.
Flower Holders and
Centerpieces.
Candle Shades &c
Dulin & Martin Co.,
Pottery, Porcelain, China, GIa, Silver. dc
' 1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
Keeping Down Expenses
-without sacrificing quality is a simple matter when you know
WHEHE TO BUY your table supplies. Economical housewives axe
Reducing Butter Bills
by taking advantage of these SPECIAL PEICES on high-class
creamery products.
Pure Elgin Creamery Butter, per lb. . . . 35c
"Four-Leaf Clover" Creamery, 5-lb. boxes . $2.00
EDon't forget to include a supply when ordering for Sun
day. Call, write or phone.
9th and
Pa. Ave.
JAMES F. OYSTER
SPECIAL
Killarney
Roses, 50c
Dozen
To-day
Fragrant beauties,
picked fresh for to-day's
special. Secure a dozen
or two for decorating
the Sunday dinner table.
Fine Palms, 75c
Specimen formerlr ell-
IK at prices up to 2. Only
few en hand. Great bar
a;aln for those nho come
noon.
1? 14th and H 2
I
Stands Is Principal Siarkrl.
Small's
Wedding
Decorations
are evolved by special
ists who arc always suc
cessful in satisfying tltc
demand for "something
new."
Estimates submitted.
J.H. Small & Sons
WASHINGTON
Corner 15th and H
NEW YORK
aIdorl-AtorIa I1T3 Broadnar
Phone Slain 4810.
AMUSEMENTS.
BELASCO Jr8oht
Her Fint Tims Off Brcxhrar.
WJl A. BEADT Pwffr-i
LITTLE MISS BROWN
fchj ( tho cutnt tlrl that trnr urn ta tarns.
Wed. Mt., 3c to 8.CO 8t Mit.. 3c to S.SX
MrtiU. 50c to COT.
Next Mm. Tuol. WM. mf ir. it.
I Seats. 50c-S2.
Th Umo. rn Tort V1ht Cudo: Cx la tha
"Whirl of Society"
Wilh Its All-star Cast and Co. of 108.
GABY DESLYS (In English)
In VERA VIOLETTA
tta-i EKzarsu" s.!J3wa. j2 '- "
3 to CJu. JMd.j Jut. 5Co t C
SHOOTAWK
th ttcm bar ncsttnt wnr asd hj no nana Ja-
ttcftta tbm lift cf tt iboa. Bo tt tftcm to
Tony Guiffre, TCw.
Eboet to ordet. OrthsperlJo work. No defonnltl
AMUSEMENTS.
Two lYrfornunm DxH." TftM ntt?o- m.
in thA HilArion. Fhrrw TK. .? t . .
- ut.umu Janno! J
ChM. B. LaIor t Ox, dnnct Impe-sonUon;
Jca Whlttttmd. monologuist SIi2i & Moclton;
lour A LorriK comply acrobats Alt Elpon. t
tiflomdit, isd Gca&ich. Vn inj im, abutt
ratrrtilsen.
Mrs Ewell Stanton, xrlle of State Sen
ator Stanton, of Virginia, who is spend
ing somo time in Washington, will be
the guest the latter part of the week
of Medical Director James D. Gatewood.1
U. a. rs., and Mrs Gatewood.
Miss Beatrice Barton, daughter of Mr. I
George II Barton, and Ensign Ralph!
Green Rlsley, U. S N, were married onl
Thursday in the home of her grandpar
ents, Capt. and Mrs. James C. Pratt. I
Miss Agnes Barton, sister of the bride, I
attended her, with Misses Olive Sheldon
and Helen Loveland. Miss Esther Gay-
lord, a cousin of the bride, was flower
girl. Enflgn Ames Loder, U. S. N., was
best man. and the ushers were Ensigns
Robert H. English and Henry S. M.
Clay, U. S. N. Ensign Rlsley, whose
home Is In West Hartford, Is attached to
the Connecticut
Dr. and Mrs; II. X. Torrey entertain
ed Sit dinner Wednesday evening In hon
or of Mrs. Elizabeth Somers of Wash
ington. D. C. at their home In Detroit.
White baskets Ailed with yellow and
.. -....,.,.. ...E.o.nuu hits en-1 wmte baskets nnea wun yellow and
gaged tables are Mrs. Chatfleld-Taylori I white chrysanthemums tied with yellow
airs. Henry Bobbins, Mrs. Chauncey ribbon formed the centerpiece. A, thea-
Georgetown
vs.
Virginia
Football Game
The Largest and
Finest
Chrysanthemums
Yellow and
White
Also Violets, Gardenias, Or
chids, Lilies of the Valley,
Sweet Peas, &c, all the best.
Gude Bros.
Co.
1214 F Street
rPhoncs Main 4278-4279
We clTP.Tolea In The Herald
123,000 rant eat.
The Football Classic
of the South
SEATS NOW SELLING
Georgetown -Virginia
Football Game
GEORGETOWN FIELD
Saturday, November 16.
AT
Spalding's, White's, Eohert's.
Box Seats, $2; Reserved Seats,
$1.50; Standing Boom, $1.
imHIEHCT
ilKht,8il3.
Slattnees at SilS
KLAW i EBLANGEirs I1IG PRODDCTIOJJ
REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK
FARM
WITH EDITH T4XI4rEimO.
Nit Mm Trail th I,ran-ii. it-.
t for tha Mat Too"tb Wiitbv for
Are Now Soiling
At tbe CbfambU Tbe&ter.
Tne Trails Lonesome Pine
With Giiarlotte Walker
FI1DJIT, tor. 2
4:30
NATIONAL aISi.-1
Matinee To-dmy.
Arthur Hunmrrsttln presents
TrentinI
Comedy Opera. THE FIREFLY.
lut and Cootiu of 65. Ozc&eatn of 2
NEXT WEEK-y-
A. H. WOODS offers
The Latest Enronean Otierrlf.
THE WOMAN HATER'S CLUB
I (Mffcul Jutxx Thutrr (Xr lcrk) Cut at T9.
ACADEMY "".js.Miii so.
MAT8. TUri. THUBS. AND SAT
THE 3Xh CENTUBT LAUGH MAKEB3.
The Dingbat Family
Next Werk-UFITS SHOP WINDOW.
GAYETY
AI BIch rmmli
JOLLY FOLLIES
With PHIL OTT
Tf,,,.''' J2."r?? 9 Atexo-a
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:- "' uumi uukts. J1CS.CTJL K.50L C0DL
iCOLUyBH THUTBEI
BURTON HOLMES
SI WEST INDIES
SEATS SELLING, 50c, 75c & $1.
tMPOLITE VAUDEVILLES
Moit Beautiful Thratre in Anrio.
VtSlj iUtu 3c Kns, ZSc. 50c. i. Be.
PHILIP BARTHOLOMAE
I Author of ntELMOIir .ivl MTTI.n
IJIIS BHOUV l"rent -ASD THK?
UED ILVri'V EVtK AfTiat." tbe lint
airaniEs .irrnT ni mo reason.
THEO BEND1V smi'IIOSY PT.IT.
lEBS. Other BU Hit.
j ext Week nAVTD BELASCO
VrenocAllT P9Mita lll Own On . rni V. V
BThntrr Prodaction "THE DHITMS Of
fOUUE." btuart IJirnen. 4c Buj To-dl..
Smoke if I VjAClIU Matises
You Like
All. THIS WELK.
Daily
Teddy Simonds' fiulo Girls
IN
Married for a Day
TOlDAr MGirr-THJB COTOTBY STOBE.
Kett WeA-lllCll LlfB IV BURLESQUE.
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