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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 15. 1913.
New York WASHINGTON-Paris
Spccial Sale of Stationery.
As has been our custom at this time for "the past sccral
years, wc offer a large lot of Writing Paper we purchased
at a concession, enabling its sale at about half the regular
The papers are first quality linen finish, plate finish,
vellum, and bond, in white, gray, and lilac, with envelopes
to match. A decidedly attractive offering.
Main floor, Elerenth eL
New Bed Comfortables
Specially Priced at $1.00.
At this low price women can be assured of securing a greater
saving than is verj often possible. The variety is great, and the
number of Comfortables in the lot 300 gives promise of being
sufficient to supply all needs. The' arc filled with pure, clean
cotton and covered with silkoline: size 707S inches.
Special price, .$1 regularly $1.23.
Second flour. Elerenth tt.
Two Special Values on Fifth Floor,
With which Many of Our Customers Are Already Acquainted.
The Splendid-looking. Sturdy
Erown-and-w hite Earthenware
Baking Sets consisting of three
dishes of 7, S, and 9 inch sizes.
Special price, 38c set.
Better values are not obtainable in either of thec item
Imported Swiss Aluminum Cooking
Ware at a Special Introductory Price
Co-operation of the maker of this ware with us is responsible
for this ery attractive offering. With each importation he in
cludes a special shipment for us to cll at one-third lcs than the
regular worth, and thus bring its many fine features forcibly
before our public quickly and permanently. The special assort
ment this time is composed of Lipped Saucepans, which arc
35c for choice.
One-third Less Than the Regular Price.
In addition to the above, we hac received a large line of
this Aluminum Ware, including pieces for every ue, in all shapes
and sizes, and we invite jour inspection o that acquaintance will
demonstrate its value. The uniform heating of even part of the
vessel and the length of time which it retains it arc special fea
tures that we want to emphasize.
Fifth floor. Urrtnth it.
Cafe Republique Is Highest Class in
Service Most Reasonable in Its Prices
Responding to popular request, the Table d'llotc
Luncheon that has been served cxclu-helj in the
Rathskeller will in future be served in the Main Res
taurant as well at 50c. Now ou can lunch here to
vour notion daintih at 40c, or as sumptuously a ou
And the Dinners tliev arc not of the ordinary, mo
notonous sameness but carefully arranged menus
every dish an a la carte dish of individuality.
The entertainment features are changed weekly
and of such aried character as to appeal to eery taste.
Always of the highest degree of artistic merit.
Fifteenth and F Streets
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia M.
Wholesale and Retail.
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
TV. glT Herald HS.OOO c.nlnl wtw.
U- glr.- Herald lgS.000 fontet votes
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter. i
g 236ESt H.E. Phone L. 497
W Cin van 1b Tht Hertlfi (3,000 Cesunt,
Colonial Glass Table Tum
blers the popular shape and
size, weight and design, of
which we liac sold o many
at this low price.
Almost Instant re
lief from headache
and neuralgia. Apply
Costs 25c a Jar at
We (Jito loin in Tie Herald s S3 00O Contest.
Ujc tUrrtttet extreme rerronsneu, cesenl
retinal, tnd other allmenti peculiar to tbt mx.
tL00 pnTcnim food for 200 Herald contest iota-.
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
Vftrr tli teit of Foodstuffs caa
t fcwJ at tit lowatt prcTtQlnx
iritt. Mratx, kbb. and tToruto&t
409 Third St. N. W.
We Gil. .ota. la Th. HeraiTa S3 000 CoBtaat.
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Small's Hardware STore, 713 7th St.N. W.'
W. Git. Totes is Tb. HervM't COM Gbstejc
l(j fir nonriu jtp irtlHitlilr. Prici, 35c.
At all drocEtaU.
Mrs. Grover Cleveland was the4 guest
ot honor at a dinner last night given
1- Mrs. Richard Townscnd. Tho guests
Invited to meet her were, the Krencn
Ambassador and Mmc. Jesserand. the
German Ambassador, Count von Bcrn
storff: the Portmaster General. Mr.
Frank Hitchcock: the Danish Minister.
Mr. Brun: Senator and Mrs. Kewlands.
Senator and Mrs. Root, the Solicitor
General. Mr. William Marshall Bullitt;
Prof. Prcbton. Representative and Mrs.
Oscar Undernood. Representative Glllett,
Mrs. Letter, Mrs. Hanna, Mrs. Dlmock,
Mrs. Marshall Field, Mr. Hopo Slater,
Mrs Lawrence Tonnsend, Miss Mary
Gwynn, Mr. and Mrs. Kdson Bradley,
CoL and Mrs. McCawley. Mr. and Mrs.
Woodbur) lilalr. the Naval Attache of
the French Kmbassj, Viscount Benolst
d'Azy, and Dr. A. Piatt Andrew.
MaJ. Gen. and Mrs George Lewis
Gillespie were hosts at a dinner last night
at thcro residence in New Hampshire
Avenue Their guests were Judge and
Mrs. Howry, Rear Admiral and Mr.
John McGowan, Rear Admiral and Mra,
Edward II. Ghcen, Coy and Mrs. 'William
Judson. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Downing.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kldd. Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Lee.
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Nathan C.
Twining gave n dinner last night at
their residence in K Street, In honor of
Mr. and Mrs 'C. W. Wheeler, who are
sailing for Europe on Saturday.
Mrs. G. IJod Magruderand Miss Paul
ine Magruder will lie at home this alt
trnoon. and tho remaining WcdncsdaJ
afternoons In January.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Hitchcock
will give a dance for their daughter, Mi
Ruth Hitchcock, on Friday evening.
January a, at their residence. 1T1J I
Dr and Mrs. Guy Fairfax Whiting en
tertained at a dinner last night for their
daughters. Miss Alice Whiting and Miss
Julia Whiting Their guests wero Miss
Mary McCauIcy, Miss Louise Hellcn. Miss
I-lla Harrison, Mi Rebekah Wilmcr.
Miss Eleanor Reburn, Mr. Arthur
Hrllen. Mr Dutton, Lieut. Grosbeck, V
f N . Ensign WtWi. U. S. N : Knslgn
Wilkin. 1" S N : Mr Gouvcrneur
Hoes, Mr. Frank Hvatt. and Mr. Palmer
Miss Helen Taft w-a entertained st a
small tea yesterday given by Mrs. Caldc
ron Carlisle In her honor
The British Ambassador and Mrs
Brco gave n luncheon esterday in
honor of Mrs. Grocr Cleveland.
Mrs Ralph Cros Johnson entertained
Mrs Cleveland and Mrs Dlmock at an
Informal tea esterday, when a few
friends were Invited to meet them.
Miss Kalherine T Andrew daughter
of the Adjutant General of the Army,
and Mrs. Andrews, gave a luncheon es
terda at the famllv residence In R
btreet, her guests lielng Mrs Aithur
Camp Stanlej. Mls Frances Gamble,
Miss Dorothv Decbie. Miss Adele Wat
tcrman, Mts Marjorlp Aleslilre, Miss
Margaret Michle. Mis Emily Chase.
n.. v.il. fl.tlrs.4., nnri Mr. Ahmm
"Claude, sister of the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs William Kaxter Closon
are spending several weeks In Washing
ton. Mrs. Closon. before her marriage
was MU Grace Gallaudct. daughter ot
Dr Kdwanl Gallaudet, who was for
many Jears president of tSalliudet Col
lege. Mrs Closon I renewing old
rlendhlp while In Washington Mr
Closeon is a painter of distinction,
and a number of his painting',
which are on eihtbtlon at cerlion s gal
lery, are attracting wide comment.
Mr Elmer Black, of New York, ar
rived In Washington yesterdav and 1
topp!ng at the New Wlllard Mr
Black attended the reception In honor
or the Judiciary at the White lloaw
lat night, and was one of the most
conspicuousl well dressed women
Brig Gen and Mrs James II Aleshlre
entertained at an informal dinner last
night in honor of their house guest.
Mr Goethils. wife of Col. Uoctlials.
Mrs Knox, wifo of the Secretary of
Slate, will not receive this afternoon
Among the Cabinet hostesses who will
ho at home this afternoon aro Mrs Mac
Veagh. wife of the Secrctarv of the
Treasury, and Mrs Sllmson. wtte of the
Secretary of War. who will be assisted
In receiving b her niece. Miss Gamble.
Mrs. Wickersham, wife of the Attorney
General, will be at homo this afternoon,
and will have her two house guests,
Mrs Albert Akin and Miss Dorothy Kis
sel, of New York: Mrs Wllllim Hunt,
and Miss Sophy Johnston, receiving with
Mrs Nagel. wife of the Secretarv of
Commerce and Labor, will have ass'sting
her In receiving Mrs Ransom IV. Cable,
mother of Mr. Benjamin S Cable, and
Miss Mao- Window.
The Holy Name Socletv of St
Stephen's Catholic Church has sent out
Invitations for the Janu-vrv dance, which
will be held Thursday evening at Carroll
Mr Arthur L. Bates wire of Repre
sentative Bates, or Pennsvlvania. enter
talntd at a delightful reception etcr
day afternoon at the Corcoran Hotel
The rooms were attractively decorated
for the occalon.
Mrs. Hates was assisted In receiving by
Mrs Beckman Winthrop, wife of the
Assistant Secretary or the Navy. Miss
Mabel Hoardman. Miss Page, daughter
of Senator Page of Vermont: Miss Wood,
sister of Representative Wood of New
Jersey, and Mrs Sidney Ballou, of Hon
olulu Miss Ruth Wales entertained Infor
mally at luncheon estcrdav In compli
ment to MIfs Alice Vandergrift, and her
house guest. Miss Either Denny, of San
Mrs. Louisa Key Norton has sent out
cards for a tea In honor of Mrs. Bar
iKjur Walker; on Thursday afternoon.
January 30. rrotn 4 until 7 o'clock, at the
Mrs David Sraham Adee and Miss
Adcc will be at home Informally Wed
nesday until Lent.
Mrs. Beale R. Howard an the Misses
Howard will be at home to-da.
Tho flrst reception of the season given
by the Congressional women of tho
Hotel Drlscoll took place jestcrday1 af
ternoon from 3 until 6 o'clock. Tho
parlors were most attractively decorated,
the color scheme being pink and green
The attendance was very large and the
occasion most enjojable.
In the receiving line were Mrs. John
H. Stephens, of Texas: Mrs. Henry
Ralney. of Illinois: Mrs. Martin D. Fos
ter, ot Illinois; Mrs. James T. McDcr
mott. of Illinois; Mlts Agnes Wilson,
daughter of Representative' Wilson of
PennBjlvania; Mrs. Thomas L. Rellly,
or Connecticut: Mrs. William F. Murray,
of Massachusetts; Mrs. Horatio C. Clay
pool, of Ohio; Mrs. Dan V. Stephens, of
Nebraska; Mrs. Claudius Stone, of Illi
nois, and Mrs. James Wickersham, of
At the table were Mrs. H. II. GUfrey,
of Washington: Mrs. Humphreys, of
Texas; Mrs. Thomas J. Scully, of New
Jersey; Mrs. Eugene F. ICinkcad, of New
Jersey and Mrs. Townsend of Texas.
The young women who .served were
the Misses Brlstow. of Oregon; Claypool.
of Ohio: LochU ot Washington. D. C;
Hadgsdale, of Kentucky, and Phillips, of
Miss Mary Lee. of Virginia, a cousin
of 0n. Robert H. Lee. Is spending the
week wllh friends at 17 Randolph Place
Mrs. Eugene Hmes Is spending the
week In New York and will not bo at
home on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. James F. Harbour and Miss Mar
guerite Burbour will go to California
within two weeks to spend the spring.
Mrs. John C. O'Laughlln entertained
Informally at luncheon yesterday.
Mrs. Robert Cults Pierce, of Ports
mouth. N, II.. Is at the Hamilton House
for tho winter.
Mrs. William Morrison Alexander en
tertained at a delightful tea esterday
artcrnoou in honor or Miss Imogen
Ilaugher, of Baltimore. Miss Annie Sey
mour Jones, Miss Gill, and Mrs. George
Bullock Willis assisted In receiving.
Mrs. Alexander will be at home lhe
remaining Tuesdays In Januar)
Mrs. William Graeme Harvey and her
sister will be nt home this afternoon and
the following Wednedavs, excv.pt on the
Mrs. Frank Hollls White and hr
daughter. Miss Katharine LIspenardJ
White, will he lit home on Wednesday at
HIS Twentj-flrst Street for the last tlmel
this season. i
Mr Oscar Tranklln Comstock, the
well-known organist of Trinity Church,
has been called to Ills home In Flatbush
bj the death of his mother, Mr Corn
stock, who had reached the advanced age
of seventv-elght and had been sick for
Mrs. Reginald Vuiiderbllt Is the guest
of Mr and Mrs Preston Gibson
Mrs S Joephliie Foster, of Norfolk,
Va.. Is the guest or her sister. Mrs
Clarence Carson, Fourteenth htreet
PROF. NEWMAN TALKS.
llrnil tif Colored 'Vorndonnl Xrhool
'I ells .if Work Ileitis Hone.
t the monthlv meeting of the Howard
Park Citizens' Association last night
Prof A C Newman, director of the
vocation il schools for the colored pu
pll.s of this clt). delivered an address
on the purpose and scope of the work
done In that branch of the schools
The chairman of the executive com
mittee, Mr n A Pelham, reported the
introduction in Congress of ltoue bill
.No ITTCn by Representative S W
Smith, authorizing the opening of W
Mnet through from Seventh Street to
Horltla Amuo Northwet
A special committee was appointed, with
Henry K. Baker us Its chairman, to
form a federation of nil the colored citi
zens' associations of the city
The shool committee was authorized
to urge upon the proper authorities the
imperative netd of some action to relieve
the crowded condition at the M Street
high school and to ask for prompt ac
tion In pushing the project for a new
WOMEN TAKE OFFICE.
l.rKl.iu of I.oaI Women Install
Recently r.lecled Officers.
The legion ot Lojal Women installed
its officers last night at their hall at 419
Tenth Mreet The following officers were
Installed for the ensuing ear Mrs
Lizzie W Calvcr. president. -Mr Alber
tlne S Odell vice president, Mrs Anan
E. Ball pit preldent Mrs K. II
Mtrs liiidtitjal secrttarj , Mrs. 11. N
Hose. corn -ponding secretary , Miss
Marv K Smith, treasurer; Mrs. M K.
Cutter, rhapluln, Mr E. K Gillette,
herald Mrs. Belle II Calver. page. Mrs
J Hughes, warder, Mrs Fannie K.
Scott, ..ntln.il. Mrs Hattle Ro-rh,
pianist and Sirs Ad H Wcls. his
torian Mrs Olive C Johnson, past president,
was th. Installing odlcer.
B unamlnous vote the following per
mmis vv.re tlected to become honorary
memliers Mrs. Marv A IxKkwood. Mr
Charle E. Mathews and Mr W H
"FRAT' MEN ELECT.
hi, of CcMirKCto
The Edward DoJglas White Senate,
or the Theta 1-inilxl.i Phi Fraternity.
Goorgctovvn Vnivorit. has elected and
Initallcd the following oKlcers for th
ensuing term MaMer, J Kdwln Tjler,
vice master. II Scotty fchaw; warden,
John I Peter, keeper of the roll. Harr)
XI Carroll; keeper of the exUiCQUcr, Al
bert F Kessendcn: guard. Alexander F.
Prescott. tribune, John Ignatius Cos
grove Arrangement are under way b James
Newton Bobbitt. chairman of the enter
tainment committee, to hold a smoker
bnturdav evening, January IS, 131i at
their reidence. ir.03 Rhode Irland Ave
GeM Mattel, Larin, UQ
UrgnTSah XKB-GRADB 71m in WU,
Exhilarating, Delicious, Healthful.
The world's highest grade tea.
Named for and
"H. M. B." $1.00
la ScaM AiitTisbt Ftf. ,
All Blgk-ClMS Grocers
Order Trial Package
U. B. KAIUVSUAW
THE NEW MEN'S WEAR SHOP
G Street Two Doom East of Eleventh.
BARGAIN DAYS NOW
Long before the winter ends this New Shop begins it's
clearing sale. It means bargains now, and none but new things
for the spring.
Shirts none but the
THE PALAIS ROYAL
For More Than
Half a Century
tions have been
tures of the
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
11 S3 Broadway.
VOTING FOR THE $750
PIANO IS NOW A
MATTER OF HOURS
This rei ord-briaking peclal competi
tion .omes to .in end at 9 p m to-night.
Iont fall to turn Inall your votes be
fore that hour
The 17) Conover Habv Grand Piano,
purchased from Pcrvy Foster, the piano
merchant. IW) G Street Northnet, I1I
le preenled to the person casting the
most vol. s in The Hemld-s $C5,0"J Con
tel, between the dates of December 2S,
lHt. and Januar 1 1912.
Tho person casting the vote need not
be a tontt-ytant fact that his enllt
ei hundreds of enthusiastic new work
rs. The orfering of such a valuable
award for such small effort, and making
it open to everbodj. Is enUrcly without
That the public has appreciated the
ui uul character of thl opportunity,
is shown by the veritable flood of vutes
that has injured in since the piano
award was first announced
The onl) eondltlon is that all votes
iall be cast lor ome contestant
Thev will be counted In the awarding
of prizes In the main ccntcst. Just as
If no special award were being given.
The person who wins the J730 Conover
llabv Grand will remembrr the event
for a lifetime, a thegreatest value he
ever received for so little effort and no
BIG DINNER FOR CANNON.
mipitrtlan Committee ninril to
rnuiKr for Tratlmonlnl.
Plans for a mammoth testimonial din
ner to former Speaker Cannon. In rec
ognition of hi tlvlrt j -eight -years' ot
almost continuous service In the Houe.
were commenced at a meeting of twent
bemocnta and Republicans of the Houe
In Representative Humphrey's office es
terda The dinner, at which It Is ex
pected In the neighborhood of S00 guests
will be present. Is to b a non-partIan
affair It Is planned to bold the affair
about February lj.
Following are the embers ot the
committee Representatives Humphreys,
Democrat, chairman, J Hampton Moore.
Republican- vice chairman: Kugene t.
Klnkead, New Jer?er, Democrat, treas
urer. Ira C Copley. Republican, secre
tary Senator John Sharp Williams and
Representatives Rroussard. Fitzgerald.
Korblej, Peters. Brantley, Taylor, of
Alabama. Tailor, of Ohio; Bartholdt.
Bradley, Anthony. Fordncy, Hawler,
Madden and Mondcll.
used .by Queen
last 45 years of
pound yet costs
r . , jmi m j r w ! ji
best makes are ever here.
Standard at $1.00 Q-
and up, for C
Silk Four-in-hand Tics
reduced from $1.00 to 50c;
from 50c to 25c; I rt-
from 25c to 1 UC
Natural Wool Shirts and
Drawers, as good as many
sold at $1.00, re- rA
dticed to Oi'C
The famous Norfolk and
New Brunswick Under
The Superfine White
Saxony Wood Shirts and
Drawers, fif IC
$2.50 value at.
iP X "Tvi?
arc the first choice of those
who know, and the final choice
of those who investigate and
PERCY S. FOSTER
1330 G Street
Exclusive Washington and Balti
IIAROI.u nilElt writes: "Mason
ft Hamlin pianos are the most su
perbly beautiful Instruments that
t Artistic Merit
their success in
evolving highly ar
tistic floral effects
for dinners, recep
tions, weddings, and
Consult w ith us
about flowers when
jou contemplate en
tertaining. Our es
timates will reveal
the fact that orig
inal decorations need
cot you no more
Cor. 14th & H
5 BOTTLES ,
Pure California Wine I
A pretty Wfne Deeanter Free.
; Orders delivered anywhere In the X
city and suburbs. Stor. open X
from 7 a. m. to 11 p. m. X
I Sydiey Guggenheim, i
1632 14th SLR.W. Rerth 813 t
j. We Git. VMM in Hmld 9 0.00 Contnt. J,
Don't ABANDON a. good
sown Just because you har.
worn tt & good deal. Dyed
In one of the new shades,
you can make a. new dreia
at It at trivial coat.
2132 Pa. Av.
PHONE W. 1349
Kvery Monday RvenlnK.
Subject for Jaanarjr SO,
"la is Otl of th Old Misttaat."
OS F fit. N. TV.
A A.trononier Amonm Arab.'
Br If. CHAS. O. ABBOT. DlrertorBmlth-
ponUa Astrorhiat ObwrrataiT. First Ooncrccm-
tlcntl Qnnrti, cantr loth sod G'Sttt bw, al t
clock. VVco, Jin. U, 1913. AcliilvJrai. So. '
Hours: 8:30 to 6. U STRE&T. Ifl
fiy Si Phone
Jut Eli Witi tit
J7 CLOTHS VI
Uiiaj No PoEii WltoTtr
It removes the tarnish
and restores the
original lustre cf
your Gold and Silver,
by itteu. It elimi
nates assembling the
Silver in one place.
to be cleaned and
also dirt and drudg
ery. It saves tune and labor ana does not,
injure your hands. It outlasts one dollar's
worth of ordinary polish. Our guarantee
nith every cloth or money refunded.
"" PRICE 25 CENTS
fDuiin& Martin Co.
I'otterr, Porcelain, China, Glass,
Sliver, At. $
I 1215 F SL and 1214-18 G St,
onlcbt at 8 its
Werba and I,necber I're.ent
America'. Prize Imsb-Maker
In III. Sma.blne Musical Saece.a
"OVER THE RIVER"
NEXTWEEKl SE-1TS OX HUE
: I TUESDAY
In m. Tsew riaj, br Kldt Johrson Toaos
"The Isle O'Dreams"
Dinctioa of lltnrr MIDrr.
To-nlsbt at 8 "harp.
WILLIAM FA VERS HAM'S
Spectacular Production of Shakespeare's
With an AI.I, STAR CIST, Including
3IISS JULIE OPI.
Company of 100.
NEXT MONDAY MAT. AMD RIGHT
Mitince. 31c to JL50. M.-tit. SDe to SZU0
TBES. EVE S?DvVa! MATS. AI5.
TnB WOULD ! GUEATB-T rtElMTEU1
Primrose & Dockstader
birnlrz, Se to S13), brit o n.Ol Mitlrn-v
" lll M.tlnee Saturday.
Matinee To-day at 2 P. M.
I A"V "RAnl MCHV
freat Sale To-morrow,
WILLIAM ELLIOTT ul DW1D RELA5C0 1
Bmt the Jlort TalJed-of I'ttT In menra.
The Governor's Lady
Ihrrct item IU Srasca' Erro at th KrrcUio
Thrtter rw ork.
NEXT TUESDAY, 4:30
ETV VTIOVtI. TIIETER.
Mo-t Bemtlnil Thf.tr. In Vmir.
It-.elkia9 Eanalics lhe S2 ThrstT.
DailT Mat!.. 2c Lm. 3. 50 ud
Grud Hth nritrrnry Bin.
Lte8l- "3IBM. Sr t.cn
I ( Other VU Stir AU Vcu
vvita TiTkir litinruie Uurt Irrrent ir.t
J5 hi conrLny. Three 3cefie Ac Ac
Twice Dallv This 'Week. I.1TTLK
LORD ROBERT. Tlnle.t Comedian in
the World; I.ILI.I1N siiatv. the .tella
charactcr comedienne. Kessner Sister.,
acrobatic dancers, Trovollo, the ven
triloquist: Charles Weber, comedy Jur
f;Ier. Three Brownies, skatln? experts.
a Rex and La Rex. trapeze thrllle-s
Poll's Concerts Every Sunday Evening
MIT. In 9.
Matt , Todar Thursday, and .tnrrtar
In Ilia New Irish Mn.ir.1 Unlr.
Itftr Dalr Sinx the New Suns of Old Ertn
eat VVrk The Trmrctloff ralenaa.
Th. Sbow the Boil IUt. Bern Waitinj; Tur.
ZALLAii S company
lltxdal br ZALLAH-the Mamkxr. Dancrr -And
a. Qerer Ocanpur, fal To tirrrj Iteaiewa.
KUIDAY XiaHT-TUB COU.NTIIT 8T0IU-
MTXT WEEK JAUDIN DE I'AHIS GIKU.
Tmi Prrfofnuncrs Pilly ly
OOBDON k. IrOltTHS NEMT&T SLCCE33.
"The World of Pleasure"
With Will rVr ami Harrr VarU Stewart.
Nut 'VVet-"THE COLUMBI. BUHLESQCEia."
men. .30. COO. UJO. 00. Dozes. COO.
SfU a (Ale at Proop'a, Dth ud G SLw
II l H 1 1 1 1 1 . I N r .