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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1913.N
Woodward
New York WASHINGTON-Paris
We will close at 3 P. M.
Suffragists Parade, and will remain closed all day to
morrow (Inauguration.)
'Washington's Visitors and Guests
ARE CORDIALLY INVITED -'
TO VISIT OUR ESTABLISHMENT
And avail themselves of all conveniences and make complete
and personal use of our organization. The comforts and ac
commodations of the store are placed at your disposal.
Especially ,Do We Direct Attention to Our Cafe : "
(Luncheon, 11:30 to 3. Tea Room, 3 to 5:30.)
Where delightful repasts, prepared and served in the best
manner, are obtainable at a reasonable cost.
There will also be found much of newness and interest
in spring fashions of merchandise for the person and for
home requirements throughout every section of our estab
lishment. We Shall Endeavor to Make Every
Visitor Feel Entirely at Home.
Remembrances from Washington.
Whether of the usual souvenir character that can be found
here in abundance, or in the more substantial and lasting things
for the home or for personal service, or the thousands upon thon
.vands of articles that constitute our great stocks of every worthy
kind of merchandise, remembrances for friends and relatives at
home selected here are assured of appreciation. And there are
nanv things for one's use or that the visitor will desire to take
home as a pleasant reminder of the Capital City of the United
States.
We call special attention to our assortment of Souvenirs
of Washington, displayed for quick and easy selection.
China Plates, with head of
Oorgc or Martha Washington;
a varictj of colored borders.
50c to $2.00 each.
China Plate-, with icws of
public buildings; colored bor-tk--.
25c to $2.00 each.
China Stein-, with heads and
piblie building-.
$1.00 each.
China Ash and Pin Trays,
v. ith view s of public buildings.
35c to $2.00 each.
China Cup- and Saucers, with
heads and views of public build
ings. 50c each. j
Main floor, Kleventh Si.
Gift and Souvenir Tables on
Fifth Floor.
Catering to the desires and impulses of visitors and strangers
who are now enjoying the hospitality of Washington and its resi
dents, we hae arranged within a convenient area on the fifth
floor a most attractive and extensive showing of article whose
fitness for gifts is unquestioned. They range in price from
25c to $5.00 the piece or article,
And include Plates, Cups, Steins, Salad Bowls, Nut Dishes, Sugar
and Cream Sets, Rose Jars, Tea Caddies, Ring Trees, and items
innumerable in French, German, and other wares, and particu
larly odd and unique Japanese pieces.
Special mention i- made of the desirability of many Cut
Glass Pieces, embracing those for every use, among them new
effects recently received, stvles and cuttings of marked beauty,
priced at S2.75, $3.95, and $5.00, and there are less expensive
pieces for those desiring them.
Flags and Buntings, in All Sizes, of
Cotton, Wool, and Silks.
Tlio-c who take pride in the honor and glory which our flag
commands will want to dspla it at this Inauguration time. Wc
have an assortment that is ready to supply all demands.
Our Special Flag, best sewed cotton with 48 stars;
size 4x6 feet; 8-foot pole, halyard and holder complete.
Special price, $1.25.
High-grade All-wool Buntinj
23 ft $1.23
3x5 ft $2.00
4x6 ft $3.00
5x8 ft $4.00
Large Flag Decorations in
fan shape, also stripes for pole
decoration, priced from 23c to
$3.50 each.
Silk Flags of all nations for
Cotton Flags on staff with gilt
spearhead :
12xlS inches, Sc each: 50c dozen.
10x24 Inches. 10c each: $1.00 dozen
24x3G inches, 15c each; $1.73 doz.
36x48 inches, 35c each; $3.50 doz..
Silk Flags, unmounted, to be used as flag handkerchiefs, 25c
each.
Pennants and Pillows and Pillow Tops of colleges and
schools in Washington and vicinity. We will make them to order
in any desired design.
Fourth floor. Eleventh St.
&
WHEN YOU BUY
White House Brand
Macaroni
or Spaghetti
In Packages at Your Store You Get
a Home Product Hade in Washington.
& Lothrop
to-day on account of the
Metal Ash Trays, Button
Hooks, Inkstands, Napkin
Rings, Match Boxes, Key Rings,
Paper Cutters, Book Marks,
Vanity Bo.c, Powder Books,
Cigarette Books, Bottle Openers,
Paper Weights, Shoe Horns,
Jewel Cases, Leather Watch
lrob-, with metal pendants.
25c and 50c each.
Washington Guide Books,
Library Albums, Washington Al
bum of Public Buildings, Trol
ley Trips, Sets of Post Cards
of Washington ajid Adjoining
Places of'lnterest: prints of the
Interior Views of the. Library
of Congress.
At the Lowest Prices.
Flags, with 48 stars; sewed.
5x10 ft $5.00
6x10 ft $6.00
8x12 ft $9.00
Flag Poles with halyards:
S-ft. size. 50c
10-ft. size ;.... 75r
12-ft. size $1.00
favors and decorations.
Silk FJags mounted on staff:
2x3 Inches, Sc each; GOo dozen.
4x6 inches. 10c each; Jl 00 dozen.
10x15 inches, 25c each.
10x24 inches, COc each.
24x36 inches, J1.00 each.
"See Etz and See Betttr"
EDWIN H. ETZ.
OPTICIAN
1003 -G" STREET
The President and Mrs. Tart, the mem
bers of the Cabinet and their wives, and
Miss Flora Wilion. dauEl'tcr of the Sec
retary of Acriculture. wero the eucsts
of honor at a farewell luncheon ester
day Bivcn by the Secretary of the Treas
ury and Mrs. Franklin MacVeagh. The
tabid was decorated with English prim
roses. The occasion was a most notable one.
bringing together, as it did, for the- last
time the "official family" of the Pret.1
dent, and while there was much pathos
at the prospective parting of the ways,
the luncheon was enlivened by many
witty speeches and stories told of the
past four j cars.
The President and Mrs. Taft were hosts
at a jounp people's dinner last night in
honor of Miss Alys Mejer, daughter or
the Secretary of the Navy and Mrs.
Mcjer. and her fiance. Lieut. Raymond
Rodgcrs, U. S. N.. whose 'marriage prob
ably will take place within a short time.
The Assistant Secretary of State .ind
Mrs. Huntington Wilson entertained ut a
charming musicale estcrday afternoon.
when their honor guests were the l'resl
dent and Mrs. Taft. members of tlio
Cabinet, the Diplomatic Corps, and smart
society. The music was furniJhod by the
Klonzalley Quartcti
The Brazilian Ambassador and Mire,
da Gama gae a luncheon esterday In
honor of the Naval Attache of the
French Embasy and Viscountess Benoi-t
d'Azy.
Mrs. Thomas K. Liughlin. Mrs. Tnft'a
youngest sl'tcr, will close her residence In
N Street and accompany the President
and Mrs Taft on their trip South.
Mr. and Mrs. Josephus Daniels will
arrive In Washington this mornlnjr and
will be the guests of the tatter's mother,
Mrs. Adelaide Worth Bagley, at her
apartment at the Dupont.
The members of President-elect Wil
son's family, who will see him take the
oath of office, will include his brother.
Mr. Joseph Wilson, of Nashv lie, Tcnn .
who has alread arrived at the Shore
ham, and who was Joined by Mrs. Wilson
and their daughter. Miss Wilson. ester
day afternoon His first cousin. Mr
John A. Wilson, of Franklin. Pa., with
Mrs. Wilson nnd Mr. Ed Wilson have
already arrived at the Shoreham and
were joined jesterday by tlmir son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Jtr Alfred
McC. Wilson, and their little daughter,
Elizabeth, of Portland, Ores.
The President-elect's other first cousins
are Mrs. W. W. Stark, of Manstleld.
Ohio, who with her win arrived in
Washington esterday. and Mr. and Mrs
Fenn. of Cle eland. Ohio, who aleo will
arrie to-da. and Mrs. S X U-wh. of
Cleveland, Ohio. who. acconipanltd by
her daughter. Mrs. Roger Lee, also ar
rived jestenlav
Other relatives of President-elect
Wilson, who arirwd tsterday. are Mr.
and Mrs John MiC Wilson and Mr
Wilson's sihter. Mis Elizabeth Wilson, of
Franklin, Ta.
t..t n,. 1.u Ills nn Mr Stephen
Da. of Kanstoii. 111. and hi- on nd
j.'i.. i i,- Mr nn! Mrs. Luther
Day, as his guests over the inauguration.
-.. a x,, u..r-in T.nrinn. ir . are the
guests of Justice and Mr.'. Lurton for the
inauguration.
..., -vi Air. Iltinv- Viave ir'sinall
house party oj ovine people staying with
them for the inausuratlon.
-.. . n.tT.ntiiP -ttifrt Of JUStlCe
juriv an -....-. ,
Van Devunter. returned je'tcrday morn
ing from a visit to Michigan Justice and
Mrs Van Devanter are expecting wveral
guests for the Inauguration.
-.- ., i.. Timit-hiiin Wood it enter-
talnlng this wetk Mr. and Mrs Alfred
.."" .. - .,. th rtev. C P. Croft
and Mr. Hammcrslcj, of Connecticut, ami
Mrs Knower and Miss i:no. oi .- -all
of whom hac arrived in Washington
j ,- ti- A Vmit. r nf Chicagv.
and Col. and Mrs."siaden. of West Point,
.. .... nf fien. and Mrs. J. B. Aie-
shire, at their residence, in S fetreet.
...., ,. MKr t. Mills will have
ucn. aim -io. ...,-- -.
. ... r..- tkn .nnumirattOll ilr.
and Mrs. Clark Howell, jr. of Atlanta.
Ga.
m t- Tt-U Tnlmnrre lins as llOUSC
guests for the inauguration Mrs. John
McCutcheon. of Pittsburg. Sirs. John
Keedham. nf Philadelphia, and Mrs. Hcr
rick, of Boston and Parts.
.. . i if,, cinrp. hap as Inaugu-
ral guets Mr. Cameron Ka. brother or
Mrs. Gore, and Mr. Thomas H. Owen.
,. . -j xira rnmmins of Iowa will
. ". .i l.,E'iu hortl their daugh-
ter. Mrs Raw.... Senator and Mrs. .Cum
mins entertaJneri ai ""'"' '", "-
night Mr. and Mrs. Robert Down ng of
J." , i. xn-inn.itie and Mr".
CragofilV.' and Mrs Adams. Mrs. Rrn-
shaw. and Dr. and Mrs. Ke.n..i,.-,.
Senator and Mrs. McCumber will have
.. . ,... r,. the Inauguration
as iniir nous.- ul.. .--. ---- - . .
Mr. and Mrs George R Nelson, of North
Dakota.
,i. voihorinr Overman, daughter of
Senator and Mrs. Overman, will have n
, ., rr,r the inauguration Miss Mii-
drcd Borden, of Goldsboro, .. C.
., -..,1 Mrii Mevcraux Llppitt. of
t2 ".,. crminv. have arrived in this
country for the inauguration ceremonies
and are guests of Representative nayion,
, .. xf-.. llnnHt. and Mrs. Clavtoi.
uncle ui a .',--. -
Mr. and Mrs. Bedell Parker, of New
York, arrived yesterday evening. ue
inaugural guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clav
... u.. ,i. nili have with them Mr.
and' Mrs. Leonard Hill, of New York.
n.nM.,ntniita nml Mrs. Ira C. Conlev.
of Illinois, are entertaining a house party
during inaugural ween. ;i...u.. ..-.
guests will be two of Mrs. Copies 's broth
ers, Messrs. R. N. Strohn and C B.
Strohn. of Aurora. 111.: the Major of
Jollet, HI . and Mrs. Edmund M. Allen:
xi- nnj 11m Andrew .T T.pstpr. Air. nnd
Mrs. Charles" J. Pierce, of Chicago; Mr.
Flowers
For Inaugural
Entertainments.
FOR more than half a
century Small's Flow
ers have contributed to
the brilliancy of festivities at
tendant upon Presidential in
augurations and other occa
sions of note.
J. E Small & Sons
WASHINGTON,
15th and H Streets
NEW YORK
Waldorf -Astoria and
J 153 Broadway.
and Mrs. Julius G. Day, of Derby, 111.,
and Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Hutchinson, air.
and Mrs. S. E. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. B.
A. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Waters, Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. II. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. 1L
R. Holde. apd Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fowler,
of Aurora, III.
Representative and Mrs. Ollle Jahies
have as their guests for several weeks'
Miss Ruby James nnd Miss Lizzie James,
sisters of Representative James. Mr. Ed
gar James, of Kuttawa, Ky.. brother of
iir. uiile James, has arrived, to remain
over the Inauguration.
Mrs. Martin Littleton will entertain at a
buffet luncheon at the Wlilard the whole
of inauguration day. Representative and
Mrs. Littleton will have a number of
guests to witness the parade that day
and have rented three rooms at the Vvll
lard for the entertainment of the com
pany. Mr. Littleton, of Knoxvilie, Tenn.,
lias been visiting his brother. Representa
tive Littleton, for several das.
The Due and Ducliessc do Richelieu,
the latter formerly Miss Elinor Douglas
Wise, whore marriage took place the ear
ly part of this month In Baltimore, will
be here for the inauguration and will be
the guests of honor to-night nt a dinner
to lie given by Mr. Walter de Curzon
Poultncj, at his home In St. Paul Street,
Baltimore.
t
Mrs. Albert Sidney Burleson has re
turned to Washington from San Antonio.
.Tex, where she spent three weeks with
her on-ln-Inw and daughter. Mr. and
Mrs. Richardson Van Wick Negiey. The
on bom to Mr. and Mrs. Neglei during
her visit has been named after his ma
ternal grandfather. Representative Burle
son Representative and Mrs. Burleson
will have wlUi them for the inauguration
their two joung daughters. Miss Lucy
iniricson nnd Miss Sidney Burleson, wh
are at college at Swret Briar. Va . ani
Miss Laura Johns, niece of Mrs Burle
son, who Is a student at Randolph-Macon
College, Lynchburg. Va.
Mrs William E Andrews, president of
the District of Cnlumhn r.mtlnn r.r
Women's Clubs, will have as her bouse
guest tor tlje inauguration Mrs. Percv
V Pennv barker, of Texas, president of
the fipnpral pftli.milin nf llVm....'..
Clubs While here Mrs. Pennybacker
win ue extensively entertained, and be
tween affairs arranged in her honor will
linn WlfH Mm A mlpati s fn. ,hn l ..I..1
muting of the Council of the Genera
reuerauon. nnicu metis nere in April,
ami Is next In Importance to the General
Federation hletinl.it mnnntinn u-nuh.
Ington ra-ide a strong bid for the Iattir
i iw iifiu nere in isii. nui as v nicago
was first In the field a compromse wxs
.. ... ...... ..... uunva. .Il.um ll Illtl'l
II. this ritv
The District Federation Is delighted
over the compromise as a "starter." and
will have the co-oprratlon of the Mate
Federations of Virginia, West Virginia.
Mar) land, and Delaware (all included
in the directorate of Mrs. Andrews, pres
ident of the local organization and di
rector nf the Gem ral Federation) In en
tertaining thi members ana deltgatis
I-aiiles from thee Stati fedemtions and
Mrs. John Miller llnrtun president of
the Ihifralo Cltj Federation, will lc in
Washington fur the reception to be given
by Mrs Andrews In honor of Mrs Pennv
backer at her home In Fairmont Ptnot.
on Wednesdav afternoon, March 5, from
i to o clock
Mrs Andrews will lie assisted bv the
Congri -lonal delrgation from Mrs
Prnnj backer's State Texas-and tho
oflicers of the District of Columbia Fed
eration Mrs Ellis Logan and Mrs Ran
dolph D Honkfns. vice nresMi nf Vfru
Jrseph James. Mrs J A. Rich.' Mrs.
John H Stoke. Mrs Court F Woods,
aim .Mrs u lin.inl i Blgelow. and Mrs.
Ada Wels, chairman social committee
Mrs Percv V. ! nnv backer and Mrs
Andrews will lw entertnlnml at lnnnn
rt the Columbia Country Club on Thurs
dav. bv the executive board and standing
c-oninuttet of the District of Columlil.-i
Federation of Women's Clubs. Among
those Invited are Mrs. Champ Clark.
Mrs. John liilcr Morton, president of
the Buffalo Federation: Mrs Duncan I'.
Fletcher, president of the Congressional
Club: Mrs. WlllL-ltn F ."llP-nt. -...u...
of the Mar land State Federation: Mrs
Mtvcn B Avres. of New York, and Mrs.
Horace ai. i owner, or ion a.
Mrs C. C Cujler was hostess at a
luncheon vesterday nt the Shoreham
Hotel, when her guests weTe Mrs. Mar
shall Fi-'d. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Eddy,
Mr and Mrs. Albert Eeveridge. and Mr.
Thomas F. Ryan.
Senator Shively of South Bend. Ind.
with his familv, Mrs Shlvelv. Sir.
George J. Shively. and the Misses Shiv
ely. have arrived in Washington and
inKcn apartm-nts at the Shoreham Hotel
for the remainder of the session.
Mrs Stanley McCormlck. of Boston.
Ins arrived In Washington and is stoD-
ring at the Shorchaii
Mr. and Mrs. J. V II. Pitnev- nf Mnr.
ristown, X. J., arrived in Washington
se&tcrday and are stonninir at the Khr.-
ham.
Mls E. B Bradley, of Newark. N. .T.
and Mls Edith Rodker, of New Yoik.
have arrived at the Shoreham.
All "Tar Heelers" in Washington are
especially interested In the rreeniinn
that will he given in honor of Gov.
Craig and his staff by tho North Caro
lina SOCiCtj Of Washington this evening
from 7.30 until 9.30 o'clock, in the Con-
iruiraie .Memorial nail. IK2 Vermont
Avenue. It is expected that Senator and
Mrs. Ktrnmnntt nnrl Qntn. x.
" -" ''i mm Airs.
Overman and the ten Congressmen and
ineir wives, ana also Hon. Joscphus
Daniels, of Raleigh, N. a. and Mrs.
Daniels will attenH fhH fM.An.iAH .-
which all are cordially Invited.
Representative Robert N. Page has
been appointed by the Inaugural com
mittee as chairman, and the other mem
bers of the committee In charge of the
reception are: J. A. Holmes, president of
the State society: Dr. John W. Stewart,
Mr. A. T. Hill, Sir. G. D. Ellsworth,
Mr. Parker R. Anderson, Mn R. O. E.
uavis, Jtir. --. w. tiuske. Mr. Thomas M.
Robertson, Mr. W. F. Eiler, Dr. Gilmer
Brenizer. Mr. W. F. Tnmllnuin n.amKA.
of the council.
Representative A. Mitchell Palmer of
Pennsylvania and Mrs. Palmer will have
as their guests for the inauguration Mr.
and Mrs. John Dixon, of Man land; Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Severing, of Baltimore,
and Barnard Palmer, of Philadelphia.
The Sisterhood of the Eighth Street
Temple has postponed Its meeting to
night unUl Monday evening. March 10.
on account of the Inauguration.
Miss Emily Chase, daughter of Gen.
Chase, was hostess at an informal tea
jesterday afternoon at her apartment
at the Dresden
Miss Anne Lomax entertained a num
ber of friends Informally at tea vester-
diy afternoon.
Mi's Pauline Wlttntr. of Cincinnati,
Ohio. Is the guest of Mrs,. Joseph Stras
burger, of Wyoming Avenue, over the In
augural period.
Mrs. Francis Mauie Bjorkman, of New
York, secretary of tho 'literature com
mittee of the National American Woman
THE NEW
Second Floor of The
This Boy Is Happy
Because of New Clothes and a Holiday
Hats.
Straw' Rah' Rah!
Hats. 60c The Middy
and Tyrolean Straw
Hats are Jl to J-3.
The new- Cloth Hats
are Jl to J 1.50.
THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER.
Hours :
SENATOR FLOUR
Once Tried, Always Used
YOUR GROCER HAS IT
Fortify Yourself
With a jar of MUSTARATED CAMPHOLIXE and ou
needn't fear expo-tire to cold or dampness on parade days.
One application will take the '"kinks" out. All that .the
old-fashioned mu-tard plaster did MUSTARATED CAM
PHOLIXE will do (except it WONT BLISTER the
moit delicate ckin) and docs it better and quicker and
more conveniently a clear, clean ointment.
25c a jar, at Drug Shops Most Everywhere
Vsc it for Chest Colds. Rheumatism. Lumbago, Neuralgia. Neu
ritis rncumonla. Headache, Indlgtstlon for all congestions. It's
recommended by phsslclans.
derson, of Kansas, are tho liouso quests
of Mr and Mrs. Cortland C. Clements,
1S1T Columbia Road.
. PKAYER IS I0ST AKT.
Itcv. Dr. J. Milton Waldron. pastor
of Shlloh Bapti't Church, preached to
a large congregation in thM city yes
terday upon "The Dutv of Praying for
Itulcrs and Thoso in Authority." He
used for a text I Timolhv, 11.1-2 "I
xhort. therefore, that. flrt of all sup-nlk-v.ions.
nraicrs. intercessions, and
giving o thanks be mario for all men
lr kings, and for all that are in au
thority: that we may lead a quiet and
peaceable life In all godliness and hon
esty." He slid, among other things: "VWicn
this text was spoken the world was
ruled by kings and emperors. If the
ni ostle were addrcsstng an American
ajdience to-day, he would, no doubt,
ask that prayers be made for Presi
dents and others In authority.
With most churches these days the
nravlng for Presidents. Governors,
judges, magistrates, &c. is a lost art.
smd this accounts for the present low
state of morals which prevails almost
universally in politics in America.
Wlic the church ceases to bear upon
he- heart before God the rulers of the
nation, satan usually doc3 the ruling."
BrM
Inauguration Notice
This Store Will Close
TO-DAY AT 1 P.M.
And Will Also Be
CLOSED ALL DAY
TUESDAY, MARCH 4
In order that our employe may
enjoy the inaugural ceremonies.
PERCY S. FOSTER
Piano Merchant,
1330 G Street
i
BOYS' SHOP
Greater Palais Royal.
The picture shows him without his
"Reefer." However, jou'll buy it for
liim to-day so that if the weather gets
cooler lie can wear it. It need cost as
little as $3.98, as much as $10 or the
many prices between these extremes
In each instance it'll be a new spring
style, cither of tan covert, shepherd
plaid, or of mixtures in browns, light
grays, or oxford..
The new Wash Suits, one pictured,
arc here from $1.00 to $7.30. Styles
include regulation Sailor, Russian, and
French models. Materials arc heavy
galatea, reps, linens, and madras.
8:30 to 6.
G STREET.
Your Inaugural
Receptions
dinner and other en
tertainments w ill have
the finest decorations if
wc arc commissioned to
furnish the
FLOWERS
Our experts arc noted
for the artistic character
of their work our floral
specimens for their fresh
ness and superb develop
ment. Corsage bouquets of
Orchids, Roses, Lily-of-the-V
alley, Gardenias,
and Violets.
Perfection
Whiskey,
A rich, mcllowf smooth
Whiskey that "hits the spot" at
a beverage, and Is an ideal rn-
dlrlnnl tnnfp.
! Sydney Guggenkein,
I the-V alley, Gardenias, Kj
J and Violets. ID
li mN0 I'honr 3f, UJ
1 Cor. 14th and H 1
X
cs: .'
For Satisfaction Just Try
SlOt,
I
1iI2 141V5L N.W -
Ntrtklli X
Dulin & Martin Co.
Store closes to-day at 3 p. m.,
and remains closed Tuesday.
Visitors to
Washington
are invited to visit this es
tablishment, which is the larg
est and most attractive. China,
Glass, and Silver house in the
South.
Presidential China
Makes Interesting Souvenirs.
Special attention is directed
to our collection of Plates,
Cups, and Saucers, which are
exact reproductions of the
china used at the White
House during the administra
tions of Presidents Washing
ton, Lincoln, Grant, Harri
son, and McKinley.
Washington Guide Book Free
A comprehensive illustrated
guide book, containing valu
able information and a com
plete guide to Washington,
edited by us for the benefit of
visitors to Washington, pre
sented free to any one on ap
plication. Dulin & Martin Go.
Pottery, Forrelaln. China, Glaw,
Sliver, Ac.
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
AMUSEMENTS.
iMwam
ITonlshtarS
llatlnre WnL.
ThunuJL Sat.
'4t S.
OM.Y Ml'HICtl. SHOW I.N TOW V
KLiw Sc Erlaajer Present
PINK LADY
THE
111 People augmented Orchestra
KKIDll, MRCII 7. 4I.T0.
G0D0WSKY
POLITE VAUDEVJOg
HOST 8E10TIFM. THEATBE III IKESICt
I DuIt Jilts, i.. y.ic 2c an .
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The utld r iniMU Llf. t
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VMWIWIVVO uiuiTrn uviinnpn
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FYTD1 I From 10 A: M. to 1 P. M. and
CAIHH 5P.NI.lo7P.".
SHOWS I r"'' N"ul nJ 1!"J l,n'
Kincmacolor Photo Plays
EvciySeat.lOcgffl.S.ft
IIILY
I This Week
NATIONAL Tn-nlKkt at S.1S.
cnnu--s n:oitvt.N rmrat
SHI BILLIE BURKE
"TKE'MIHDTHEPAINT'GIRL"
A. W WNHKO's Bert Comcdr.
May 4- Ulaob M11H1.I) ANnVT
next weeK-M.iT uu. tiilkmhv
CHIELU FUUIIMAN pnvraM
NAZIMOVA
In the Sttisstlocal Si' cew.
From tha KJirnc
The IVst btoct Ucnifjnj' In Xowticu
TIIK lOLt PI,AAKIl
THE GAMBLERS
iUIlA MVTINLhS LCMTTLMIT.
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BELASC0
To-nlcfat at SiIS.
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nl. MlU ZSf t SIJMI.
William V Bndr Ud Annotuirt
BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
Bj GEOItGE EBOVDIIlRsT
WlUi Cbirin Rictunan. Julia Veto, Stu7&ia$&
br tho Onfinal Cast.
.Nothin; Like It in Theatrical Ilwtorr.
ACADEMY it , Aii sn i-.
Matlnrta IVM. Ttmr. and Sat.
IIOBKKT ElrON S IMUlX IIIWII.
WHERE THE TRAIL DIVIDES
A flay of WfrtCTn lUadi LiV.
Note Then? will b iv matine TwMij"
G AY E T Y
CLARK'S RUNAWAY GIRLS
Will be seen twice dadv
WITH THE BURKS nrtOTIIEnS.
EXTItA 1TIK DIAMOMi IUCK
AM) MOD1XS UE LITE.
SPKCIA1. TWO MIDXIOHT MIO.
llarch 3 and JUirh i.
Xtrt Yfck-Al Btfia' Bcactr hhow.
SMOKE IF a WaatdlBJI MAT
TOU LIKE. LTVSU 11 D MLT.
FOLLIES FE DAY
ith IJfttn-de lUTes. th Cltl' Crtnedirtm.
SC I'tOl'LE AMI A GOT
Sloo. anl Ta Srdal Mklanht Aiw
Wrratltnic Thnraday RTrnloa.
JoIm KHoais vs. John Lepark.to a Finish
:t MKi-THE EV CEXTCKT WKLS.
TO-NIGHT
The Arcade Skating Rink
UTII T. AMI PARK ROM).
nakrt-ball.
PRINCETON vs. GE0R6ET0WN
liamr Called at Ni30 p. nt.
POLO
WASHINGTON vs. BALTIMORE
Cnmr C'allnl at Ui.-n) p. m.
Oar Adnluloa to ice Both OamCa.
Skatlms VntU UtlSm.
Suffrage-Association, nod Mrs. S. M.-An-'

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