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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1912.
Woodward & Lothrop
New YorkWASHINGTON Paris v -
Mens Clothing at $25,00
MEN ARE REQUESTED TO INSPECT
CAREFULLY THE MANY POINTS
OF EXCELLENCE IN OUR
Suits and Overcoats at $2500
Our Clothing throughout all lines, has been brought
to a degree of perfection that makes it fully deserving
of the patronage of any man,,There is satisfaction in
each grade that is well-nigh beyond the power of human
endeavor to excel, but in no lines is this more plainly
evident than those priced at $25.00. In looking over the
variety of shades, weaves, and models, men will readily
note the many points of excellence every point a telling
force in the service, fit, and appearance of the garment
Single and double breasted styles and
many variations of designing and model
ing in both Suits and Overcoats.
And We Believe We Are Capable of Fitting
Every Man, Young Man and Youth, in a
Garment Exactly Meeting His Every
Requirement in Every Respect
at This Price.
Second floor Iew BulldlTJS.
Sale of Hair Brushes at
Prices to Below
The demand always being
normal for Hair Brushes at
usual prices, c promptly ac
cepted the offer of one of the
best makers, enabling us to sell
Hair Brushes at 75c each that
are regularly marked from $1.00
to $1.25. The bristles are of
good qualitj, soft, medium, and
heavy, and the brushes are in a
number of shapes and sizes.
Solid wood backs, finished in
ebony, cherry, and oak.
Special price, 75c each.
Main floor G M.
Madeira Hand-embroidered Linens.
NO people in the world have raised the work of hand-em-.
broidery to such a high standard as have the Madeira
Islanders. For care and thoroughness in every detail of
the work, Madeira Linens are really unique, have an in
dividuality all their own and distinctly apart from any other. In
finish they are the most beautiful that have been produced by the
Our direct importation, which we have just received, places
us in a position to offer the finest assortment that we hae ex
hibited in the several jears we hae been showing them exclu
sively in Washington.
Doilies, in 6, 8, 10, and 12 inch sizes.
Tea Napkins, 15 inches square.
Centerpieces, 24 and 28 inch sizes.
.Table Coers, 45, 50, and 60 inch sizes.
Luncheon Sets, 25 and 37 piece styles.
This display is for women who love fine needlework and ad
mire beautiful table linens, and provides an exceptional oppor
tunity to select Christmas gifts of linen that cannot be surpassed.
beeond floor EleTenth at.
WE'RE notably suc
cessful in satis
fying the demand
for novel and artistic flo
ral effects for all social oc
as well as other affairs,
are not only exceptionally
tasteful, but also display
marked originality in con
ception. We willingly pre
pare estimates and offer
orders for Xmas
Cor. 14th andH
We Eire Herald (25,000
V conteat Totea.
Don't ABANDON a. rootl
gown Just because you hare
worn It a good deal. Dyed
In one of tbe new shades,
you can make a, new dresa
of It at a trivial cost.
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We' Cits Veto la The Herald's An Ooctnt.
A Special Selling of
We place on sale to-day an
assortment of Little Children's
Gingham Dresses which we
have just secured. The"alue is
an exceptionally attractive one.
The" price is low and furnishes
no evidence of the quality of
the material. Shown in blue and
pink checks and stripes and
many pretty plaids. Made in
long waist style, with high neck
and long sleeves. For children
from 2 to 6 jears.
Special price, 25c each.
Third floor F at.
the most strik
ing floral decora
facilities that in
sure the satisfac
tory execution of
nished on appli
J. H. Small & Sons
15th andH Streets
1 J S3 Broadway.
If jou think of
You must think of
We have here from the least
to the most expensive But .al
ways the best for the money.
Terms to Suit You
"Washington's Musical Center"
1330 G Street
Lecture for Colored Teachers.
"Idea in the Complete School" U
the subject of a lecture to be delivered
before the teachers In the colored pub-
11. U.TAAla n. 4S.& Hf DtMaf TTI..V. P-i
w .w., .Ma tt a. mw,. uiKU OCnroi
at 3.S0 o'clock to-morrow. The lecture
wm on aeuverea oy ur. u. m. Home,
of New York University.
o liue m iicaiwrae
Tou must llrst remove the cause. Most
headaches are caused by a. disordered
stomach. IIotTs Lemon Seldlltz will put
and cure your headache In a few mln-
X most distinguished audience filled the
National Theater yesterday afternoon to
hear the Boston Symphony concert. Mrs.
Taft entertained lime. Jtuserand, wife
of the French Ambassador: Mrs. Beek-man-'tvinthrop,
and Mra. Buckner Ran
dolph In her box. Among the boxholders
were the German Ambassador and
Countess von Bemstorff, the Minister of
the Netherlands and lime. Louden. Miss
May "Williams, and Mrs. Calderon Car
lisle. Others present were Secretary of the
Navy and Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. John Hay
and Mrs. James wadswortb. Jr.. -Mrs.
Edson Bradley. Mrs. Alfred Bates, Bep
rescntatlve and Mrs. IJnjrworth. Mr. and
'Mrs. Christian Hemmlck. Mrs. B. H.
Buckingham and Miss Freeman, Mrs.
Julian James, Mrs. Fremont, Mrs. Wood.
Miss Jessie Fremont, Mrs. Samuel
Spencer, Mrs. William Holland Wllmer
and Miss Wllmer, Mrs. Flnchot and Miss
Marjorle Colton. Mrs. Henry Corbln,
Mrs. George Deering, Mrs. William
Barret Rldgely. Mrs. Thomas Carter.
Mrs. Rufus Peckham. Mrs. Thomas
Chatard, Rear Admiral Richardson
Clover. U. 8. N., retired: Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Townsend, Mrs. Nathaniel Wil
son and Mrs. Clarence Wilson. Mr. and
Mrs. Francisco Yanes, the Misses Sheri
dan, the Misses Sedgely. Mrs J ilande
vlllo Carlisle, Mrs Hunting Jackson. Mrs.
Preston Glbton, Mrs Robert Ralton.
Mrs. Walter Tuckerman, Mrs. John Bld
dle, and Mrs. James Harlan and Miss
Mrs. Richard Butler has returned to
Washington and is stopping at the New
Miss Helen Taft has gone to New York
for a brief visit
A pretty wedding took place last night
when Miss Alice Willard Boyd, daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. John Boyd, and
Dr. A. Camp Stanley, U. S N , retired,
were married in the Church of the
Epiphany at 8 o'clock. The Rev.
Dr. McKIm officiated, assisted by the
Rev Dr. Cole, of Ogontz, Pa
The church was decorated with
palms. Southern smllax and clusters of
pink chrysanthemums and Killamey
The bride, preceded by her bridal par
ty, entered the church escorted by her
father, who gave her ana). She wore
an exquisite Imported French gown of
white panne velvet, draped with Irish
point lace and pearl trimming and with
a court train, and her tulle veil was
caught In place with orange blossoms.
She carried a shower bouquet of lilies
of the valley.
Miss Carol n Nash, her maid of hon
or, and Miss Natalie Magruder walked
up the aisle together Their costumes
were of pale pink charmeuse covered
with pompadour chiffon caught on the
skirt with touches of sable fur, and
over that a pannier effect of pale pink
chiffon, which was caught In the back
near the hem with a bow of pink chif
fon The waists were of pompadour
chiffon over pink charmeuse, with
touches of sable fur, and the neck fin
ished with a tlnj strand of pearls.
They both carried bouquets of Killarney
roses, and wore a bandeau of tulle In
the hair caught on each side with roses.
The other two bridesmaids. Miss Eliz
abeth Collins and Mils Margaret Tay
lor, of Baltimore, wore slightly different
costumes, which Is the latest custom
at fashionable weddings in Paris Their
gowns were of pale pink charmeuse,
covered with pink chiffon, with a gir
dle of sable, fur. and the chiffon was
caught In front of the bodice with a
large carmine rose. They also carried
a bouquet of Killarney roses, and their
hair ornaments were the same.
Mr Robert Hume was best man for
Dr. Stanley, and his ushers were Dr
Stafford McLean, of New York, Lieut.
Alexander Wadsworth, V 8 N . Lieut.
Lewis Dean "Causey, V S N , Lieut
Lawrence Treadwell. U S N , Lieut
Russell Dats, U. S M C. Lieut
Clavton Vogel, V. S M. a, and Mr.
The church ceremony was followed by
a reception at the home of Dr. and Mrs
Boyd In Twenty-second Street The
house was beautifully decorated with
palms and pink chr santhemums and
Killarney roses, and refreshments were
served during the evening
Mrs. Bo)d. mother or the bride, wore
a handsome costume of grav charmeuse,
with cut steel trimming Later In the
evening Dr. and Mrs Stanley left Wash
ington The bride wore a traveling suit
of dark blue broadcloth with cuffs and
revers of lighter blue embroidered, and
her stylish hat was of blue velvet.
Mr. John Barrett director general of
the Pan-American Union, will return to
Washington to-day from New York,
where a" severe cold kept him confined
to his hotel for nearly two weeks
Mr. Frederick Townsend Marion, of
New York, and Mrs E. C Jones have
arrived in Washington and will spend
a week at the Hotel Powhatan They
are both officers of the American Em
bassy Association, which Is trying to
get a bill through Congress that the
United States buy and own the homes
of the representatives of this nation in
The wedding of Miss Frances Hodges,
daughter of CoL Harrv F Hodges, U
S. A., and Mrs. Hodges, and Lieut Al
bert Hllands Acher. Corps of Engineers,
U. S A , will take place Thursday
afternoon, January 2, at St John's
Church, and the ceremony will be fol
lowed by a small reception at the resi
dence of the bride s parents in Massa
The third birthday anniversary of
Master Vincent Walsh McLean will be
celebrated on Friday afternoon at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mis.
Dr. Wallace Radcliffe Is in Chicago,
III . as a delegate from the General As
sembly of Presbyterian Churches in the
United States to the Federal Council of
the Churches of Christ In America.
Mrs. Wlckersham, wife of the Attorney
General, and Mrs. Mever. wife of the
Secretary of the Navy, are tb only
ladles of the Cabinet circle who will re
ceive at home this afternoon.
Mrs. Knox, wife of the Secretary of
State, will not keep her day at home until
after New Year.
Mrs. Vandergrift. wife of Mr. Samuel
H. vandergrift, and Miss Alice -vandergrift
will arrive In Washington to-day
and open their residence In Eighteenth
Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Albert Mills will
give a dinner on Friday evening In honor
of Col. and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson.
The announcement that Mr. Frank
Alvah Parsons, president of the New
York School of Fine Arts, will give an
illustrated lecture on "The Meaning and
Use of Period Art" at the Playhouse on
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock has
aroused much Interest in Washington.
Mr. Parsons is recognized as being one
of tbe greatest Uvinir authorities on art
and is much sought after as a lecturer.
often having to refuse sucn requests
through lack of time. Mrs. Theodore
Wilson, who is managing the Washington
lecture, has bad numerous requests that
Mr. Parsons give a short sketch of the
psychology of Color."
A brilliant audience wIU attend the
lecture, and among the patronesses are
Mrs. James Bryce, Urns. Rlano, Mrs.
George von L. Meyer. .Mr. Richard
Townsend. Mrs. Edson Bradley. Mrs. C.
C. Glover, Mrs. George Howard, Mrs.
Arthur Addison. Mme. Hauge. Mra
Thomas Nelson psge,'Mrs."Clarence Wil
son, Mrs. Preston Gibson. Miss Patten,
and Mrs. Edward Mitchell.
ilr. and Mrs. C Teyton Russell enter
tained at a bridge party last night In
their, residence In R Street.
Miss Doris Drain save a luncheon yes
terday for her friends who will assist at
her debutante tea on Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Burton Holmes was a dinner guest
of his aunt. Mrs. Stephens, at the
Brighton on Monday evening.
Miss Barbara Stephens, daughter of
Representative and Mrs. Stephens, of
California, will be presented to Wash
ington society at a large reception on
January 7 at the Congressional Club. It
will be given by Mrs. Works, wife of
Senator Works, and Mrs. Steven.
Mrs. and Miss Stephens will spend the
Christmas holidays in New York. They
are now visiting Capt. and Mrs. Fries at
their quarters in the Washington Bar
racks. On their return from New York
they will take an apartment at Congress
Mra Susane Oldberg and her sister,
Mra Frank P. Reeslde, will be at home
to-day at H36 Bancroft Place.
Capt and Mra Amos A. Fries gave a
tea yesterday afternoon at their quarters
at the Washington Barracks in honor of
the officers and ladles of the post Palms,
ferns, and pink roses formed the decora
tions, and the tea table had a center
piece jf Killarney roses and ferns Mra
Atkinson. Mra Otwell, and Mrs Endrcss
presided at the table. They were assisted
by a number of the season's debutantea
MaJ and Mra Sidney A. Cloman, who
are In New York for a brief stay, will
come to Washington on December 13,
and will remain at the New Willard until
December 23. after which date they will
go to California.
Miss Marjorle Colton will leave Wash
ington on Friday for Nw fork, where
she will sail for Porto Rico to visit her
brother. Gov. George R. Colton. with
whom she usually spends the winter.
Mr Esmond Ovey. former second sec
retary of the Brltsh Embassy here, has
been sent by his government to Bulgaria.
Mr Ovey married Miss Blanche Emory,
daughter of Rear Admiral and Mra Will
lam H Emory, several years ago when
on duty In Washington.
Tho first of ten rauslcales by Mr Har
old Randolph was given yesterday morn
ing at The Netherlands Legation.
Miss Martha Calvo and Miss Marie
Fisher have returned to Washington
from New York.
Rcpreentativ e and Mm William A
Jones, of Virginia, and Miss Anne Se
mour Jones have returned to Washington
and have opened their residence, 17C8 Q
Street for the winter
Senator and Mrs Gilbert Hitchcock
and Miss Ruth Hitchcock have arrived
in Washington and are stopping at the
Mrs Robert J Wynne has returned to
this country from England, where she
visited her married daughters
Abdul Hak Hussein Bey, first sec
retary of the Turkish Embassy, and
Mme Abdul Hak Hussein Bey have
returned to Wahlngton, having spent
the last two months abroad.
Tbe Harvard Musical Clubs, consist
ing of the Glee, Banjo and Mandolin
clubs, will give a concert at the New
Willard on New Year's Eve. There are
fifty-two members of the clubs, who
will tour from city to city in their
special cars during the Christmas Holi
days The Washington Harvard grad
uates are planning numerous entertain
menu for the undergraduates during
their stay here.
A number of debutantes a. well as
several out-of-town girls will be In the
receiving line at the annual assembly of
the Order of Washington to be held the
evening of Februarv 31
The place where the event will be
held will be decided upon at a meeting
of the executive council of the order to
be held Thursday evening at the resi
dence of Rear Admiral Charles H
Stockton. U S N . commander of the
order, at Mil O Street Northwest.
The assembly is planned each ear by
the compatriots of the order in celebra
tion of Gen Washington's birthday, but
as the coming February falls on Sat
urdav a decision was recently reached
by the leaders of the order to hold the
affair on the evening preceding that of
the ZM This decision. It is expected,
will he ratified by the council.
After the reception and a eulogy of
General Washington, a cotillon will be
danced and a seated supper served
Immedlatelv upon her arrival In New
lork to-day from Sala, Sweden, Miss Es
trld Ehlln will become the bride of Mr
Victor Norllng. of this citj Miss Ehlln
will be given in marriage by her brother.
Mr Helmer Khl.n. who accompanied his
sister rrom their former home, and Mr
C. H. Stanage. of Washington, will act
as best man for the bridegroom
After December 13 Mr. and Mrs Nor
ling will be at home to their friends at
The Wajd, Third and 3 Streets North
east The regular dance of tho enlisted men
of the First Battalion of Engineers, at
Washington Barracks, D. C., foot of
Four-and-one-half Street Southwest (old
Arsenal). 'will bo held In the post gymna
sium, Thursday evening, December 5,
1913. Dancing commences at S.30 p. m.
AH are invited to attend.
The ladles of charity of 8t. Rose's
Technical School, at Phelps Place and
California Street will give their third
annual sale and tea Wednesday, Decem
ber 11, from 3 until 7 o'clock. There will
be an exhibition of gowns, layetts, and
all kinds of fancy work, done by the
children of the school.
Mme. Jusserand, wife of the French
Ambassador, will preside at the tea table,
assisted by several of the women of
tho diplomatic corps.
Others assisting at the sale will be Mra
W. E. Montgomery, Mra T. W. Stubble
field, Mrs. Mullett, Mrs Coombs, Miss
Wade, Miss Lee, and Miss Helen Lee.
Mrs. Edward T. Taylor, wife of the
Colorado Representative at large, is in a
Denver hospital, where she Is recovering
from a severe operation which she was
forced to undergo last week. Representa
tive and Mrs. Taylor hoped to reach
Washington after the holidays. Mra
Taylor Is prominent In Washington so
cial circles as the chairman of, the en-
talnment committee of the Congressional
Will Not Remove Widow.
President Taft yesterday authorized
Postmaster General Hitchcock to deny
the recent reports from Galnesviuer Ga.,
that he Intends to remove Mrs. Helen
Longstreet widow of the Confederate
general, from her office as postmaster
of that town for her alleged activity In
behalf of the Bull Mose party.
B0YAL KEIGHBOBS MEET.
Uaniinnt and Danes Follows Carna
tion. Camp's Election.
Carnitlon Camp. No. 3637, Royal Neigh
bors of America, elected officers; and
held a class night adoption "at Washing
ton Hall. Third Street and Pennsylvania
Avenue Southeast, last night A banquet
followed tbe business session, 'me oan
auet was attended bv about one hundred
and fifty members and guests of the
Officer, chosen last nlrht are ai fol
lows: Oracle Mra , Nannlo Atchison:
vinA AM,), nx. lTranr.1 Coffin? v chan
cellor. tr. Jennie Wood: recorder, Mrs.
Viola Thompson; receiver, Mrs. Ella
Nolan: marshal. Mrs. Lucy Kaercher;
Inner sentinel. Ills Eva Lansley: outer
sentinel. Miss Mabel Walker: manager,
Mrs. Helen Nelson Doocy,and physician.
Dr. W. H. Wenger.
Boston Symphony Orchestra Gives
First Concert of the Season
The performance of the Boston Sym
phony Orchestra yesterday afternoon at
the New National Theater was one of
unusual Interest not only because of
the soloist Fritz Kreislcr. but also De
cause of the Sibelius Symphony No. 1
and the Brahms Academic Festival
The orchestral works of Sibelius are
rarely heard in America, and it wras due
to Dr. Muck's appreciaUon of Finland's
greatest composer that this work was
first heard in America five years ago.
Tho piano pieces and some of his songs
have In recent years gained some notice
here, still Sibelius Is scarcely known in
This Symphony No 1 Is full of an aus
tere beauty, sturdy and rugged original
ity, plenty of dissonances, rich In
themes, no soft platitudes of the clever
craftsman, but harmonies of a herolo
human quality. The whole work Is of
great breadth and vitality, abounding In
sharp contrasts and phraseology, and.
at times, startling to the ear. There is
great wealth of high color a rarity of
Intermediate shadings The minors are
leaden gray, the major harmonies warm
In interesting contrast with Sibelius'
symphony was the Urahms Festival
Overture, a genial bright tone piece In
to which he has woven four German
student songs "Wlr hatten gebauet eln
Stattllclies Haus." "Landesvatcr," "Was
Kommt doit von der Hoh'" and the
"Gaudeamus" This latter is given with
great breadth and fullness of orchestral
color. This overture delights the heart
of every German who knows his Kam
No one would suspect to see the stout,
compact figure and the rather inert coun
tenance of Fritz Krelsler, that here was
a magician who could "pluck the heart
out of the mystery music " There are
many secrets to account for the magic
of his art Foremost is the wonderful
variety and Ineffable sweetness of tone
No living violinist surpasses It is ques
tionable If any equals lilm In the deli
cacy and ethereal loveliness of tone that
he brings from his violin To sheer love
liness of tone production Mr. Krelsler
adds vlrilltj . an ardent temperament, a
healthy but vivid Imagination, and un
bounded technique, which ho uses not for
display, but as a means to an end
Mr. Kreisler played Mendelssohn's E
minor concerto for violin. It is one of
the few works the critics have not torn
to pieces in their conflict over Mendels
sohn This concerto is full of pleasing
lvrlc subjects, the second movement espe
cially belns a slow, serene melody of
Whether Mendelssohn "began as a
genius and ended as a talent. ' whether
he Is banal or superficial, fussy or end
lessly fluent, but hopelessly empty, didn't
concern anvbody yesterday The subtle
spell of the highest art to which the
violin can be carried, supported and ad
mirably balanced by a perfectly trained
orchestra, was enough to persuade any
audience into forgetfuiness of critics
The programme closed with GlazounofTs
Overture Solennelle, op 73.
It was a rare afternoon for Washington
BAND C0NCEET TO-DAY.
By r Soldier' Home Band. John S
M Zimmennann. director in Sunley Hall
at 3 JO p. m.
Mami. Mrna of America, .rrjw
Orertre "Tba Four HarmonaklndfT
(a "(Tunaon Bobetnienne Boldi
(b) "Daw of the Whip-poor will
fie'ectlcn. "Tbe of Dreams OlaHt
ChanctrrUUo lntermezo Afnin
Dreamland .. Atwaler
Medlty of rorular aoc, "Itmnck
Hits of lir .. L&mpe
Finale, "On tbe Srtedwsr
The 8tar Srnrll Banner
"ISLANDS OF ANTILLA."
William II. IlHbcoclt Gives Lectnre
Iteforc Viithrfipoloprlcal Society.
As a special meeting of the Anthropo
logical Society, of Washington, held es
terday afternoon in the New National
Museum, an Illustrated lecture on 'The
Islands of Antllla, ' was delivered b
William II. Babcock. secretary of the
Many stcrcoptlcon slides Illustrating
famous marine maps of the fifteenth
century were dlsplaved in this city for
the nrst time. A sketch map of Peter
Martyr, a famous contemporarv naviga
tor of Columbus, made In loll, shows
Florida as one of tho Antllla Islands
t-nder the name of BeimcnL Sketch maps
of Beccaria, Blanco. Pareto. and Benln
casa, dating from 11K to 11S7, were alo
shown. The maps all tended to show
that the Antllla had been visited by
navigators as early as 14H. nearly flfty
Jears beforo the time of Columbus
A short paper, "Some Results of a
Recent Expedition to the Negritos of
the Philippine Islands,' was read by Dr
millp Newton. George R. Stetson, pres
ident of the society, presided.
Atbe&toa his been Introduce! into German war
Teasels for furnitoro and for the inferior finish of
cabins and pasaasewara.
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best potteries of the world.
Prc'cmincpt is the display of
over two dozen patterns af ex
clusively gold decorated china,
shown in our "Gold Room."
Many attractive new pieces and various sets
makes the selection of an unusual and highly accept
able Xmas Gift as inexpensive or as costly as you
like an easy task.
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HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. II Broadwar.
N. T . or E. F. Droop & Sons Co. Utb and O Sta.
n : l.ro. W. Moss. 617 llth SU Washington. D. (X
ATLANTIC CITY RESORTS.
American and Loropcan ptaca. Special winter rates.
HAVE YOU RHEUMATISM?
When ron & remedr get on that contains NO
MERCURY. It is safest. Fifty jeara' success la
back of BEALT'S RHEUMATIC REMEDX. 7ut
tr it. It la a traa remedr. Wo per bottle.
THIRD ST. AND MASS. AVE. N.W.
VV'a brta Votes In Ihs UsraM a S3.0UI Conusb
If you suffer from
easy to apply; immedi
25c. a jar. At Drug
IVe Rive Herald (25,000 contest Totes.
IF ITS ELECTRICAL, WE HAVE IT
Phone 1L SJgi.
GEO. W. PAREZO,
COS H St. N. W.
Electrical Sunnlles and Novelties.
Ws Gill Veto, is lit PinUi JSDjOW CaXsct,
NATIONAL t'" t .
"" " Matinee Saturday.
Matinee To-day at Z.
CHlULtjJ FBOHJtvV Presets
&& SEAT SALE TO-MORROW
lutmcts. Wnlondtr and Bturdj.
MR. ALEXANDER CARR
In th Uutnl OvnMlr
I OUISIANA LOU with
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Bwt aiograg and During Chorus in tht VVocid.
BELASCO At 8 To-night
Romeo and Juliet.
MATINEES ITl RDAY ONLT .T r M.
TWO WEEKS ENGAOESILVT.
E. H. JULIA
SOTHERN and MARLOWE
In bhakfercsrran Rrrtoire
Flrt Wert Tbm., Twelfth Mint. FrL. "Tin
Mnrtunt of Venice ' Sat. Mai. A Vera Lake It
hat Mint "Hamlet.
Second WeA-Mon., Taminl ot th Ehre
Tueat. "Tha Mrrcnant of Venice Wed Mom
Ado Abnut Nothirir. Tnars.. Vlacbpta " Kri..
Komra and Juliet " iat Mai "Tweltth Mint
at. Night "Hamlet," Mail orders at any tln
(Tkurs. and Sat.
MAN AND SUPERMAN
H EXT WEEK SE-lTs w selling.
MK. HUNK THOMPSON rrrsaBta
THE OLD season
Moat Beautiful Theatrs tr America
Attractions Giualmg tbe 93 Thelm.
Daily Mats. Se. Errs, Z, 50, and Vx.
LASKY'S GREATEST HIT
'The Trained Nurses'
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VIVTS. TIES THIRS ND SAT.
BILLY B. VAN
VND THE BEAUMONT SISTERS I!
A LUCKY HOODOO
Neat Week THa, CONFESSION.
Twi rerformances Dillj B
The Golden Crooks
Extra free feature Thursday rlifht
A BRILLIANT CABERET
NEXT WEEK DATE MARIO
A REAI, JOT TONIC.
Headed by that funnr Felkm.
J. C. HANSON
Added Altractlon-MWNG ART STUDIES.
rniDAT jnoirr TOUNTRT STORE.
Next VVaeA-DANTE-S DAUGHTERS.
Monday, UcC 3. Tm Crcat Sorrano frojn tM
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