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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1911.
DR. WILEY OFFERS
ADVICE ON tHEART
1 OF EATING T
Given for Benefit of
!ij ' the Public. -
Dr. Wiley's Don'ts for
Don't fail to cat cranberry Bauce
with your turkey, even though
cranberries do contain benzoato
J Don't fail to eat an apple with
your dinner tomorrow. Mako
this a part of every dinner and
(every day will be Thanksgiving
Don't eat cold storago turkey of
- last year's vintage.
Don't try to consume the nation's
entire food production in one
These are some of tho pre-Thanks-givlng
"don'ts" given by Dr. Harvey
W. Wiley, the nation's authority on
what's what and why In' the realm of
food. Seated In his office on the fourth
floor of the Bureau of Chemistry build
log today, tho doctor admonished the
nation not to overeat, lie said that
it the greatest danger of the day, and
the one most likely to make Friday the
opposite of Thanksgiving.
May Eat Benzoate.
Today, for the first time In his llfo,
Dr. Wiley advocated the uso of ,food
containing benzoate of soda, when ho
declared no one should fall to have a
little cranberry sauce with his turkey.
"Oh, that's all right," he said, with a
wave of the hand. '.'There Isn't much
benzoate In them."
"Yes, but Doctor;" he was reminded,
"you have waged relentless war against
manufacturers who want to put even so
little as one-tenth of 1 per cent in a
bottle of tomato catsup."
The doctor preferred to discuss the
subject of cold-storage turkey. Ho said
apples are essential to good digestion.
Nearly all foodstuffs served on the
Thanksgiving table are good, but men
person should not try to consumo all
that appeared on the board, he said.
"I am a one-course Thanksgiving din
ner man," said tho doctor. "If I have
a turkey course that is all I want."
Asked what would be served on his
fable tomorrow, the doctor sold he did
not know, that ho had left that to his
' Dr. Wllev had another set of "don'ts."
Some Extra "Don'ts."
.Don't fail to ask all merchants to
nose their stprcs at G o'clock the day
tteforo Christmas, so their employes
can enjoy that holiday,
(j Don't put all your charity for the
year In one day.
H Don't fall to see that your poor neigh
bor has a Thanksgting dinner.
I, Don't fall to say a good word in pro
motion of the public health.
1 Don't fall to study the problem or
the producer and consumer' getting
Mayor Shank Sells
Ducks at Price of
Twelve Cents Pound
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 29. With
Mayor Shank in. active charge, Indian
apolis, municipal Thanksgiving sale of
mllkfed chickens and cornfed turkeys
culminated today in the rush of hun
dreds of people to tho city market to
obtain their poultry at cost for tomor
row. Never fewer than fifty people were
around the mayor at one time, and they
all wanted a bird selected by the city's
executive himself. Live turkeys sold at
IB cents a pound, dressed turkeys at 23
cents and dressed chickens at from U
to 19 cents. Aquantlty of live ducks
sold at 12 cents a pound.
Dinners to Poor
V Turkey and other Thanksgiving deli
cacies are being received today at tho
Confederate Memorial Home, 132! Ver
mont avenue northwest, for distribution
in several dozen holiday dinners id
nlght among needy Southern families in
i Miss Nellie Randolph Heth, president,
and a committee of women , of the
BnmhPi-n Tiillpf Ronlptv havn charge of
he charitable work.
Money for the Thanksgiving baskets
Was raised at an entertainment last
week, augmented by private subscrip
tions. Clothing and fuel also will 06
distributed to the poor tonight.
chool Pupils Will
) Present Banner Today
Despite threatening woather, pupilp
of eight jrrade schools are planning to
meet at the Rosedalo playground tills
afternoon for presentation of a prlzo
banner to the Blow School, winners of
Recent playground intersehool athletic
contests. An extensive program has
been prepared, beginning at 2 o'clock.
Judge E. P. Seods, deputy auditor for
the War Department, will mako th
principal address. John A. Kmbry will
present the trophy, which will be ac
cepted by Annie Dorr and Carl Bell,
who received the highest Individual
averages In the athletic contest. Miss
Flora Hendley, supervising principal of
the sixth school division, will preside.
The program is In charge of Miss Elva
R. Whltcomb, director of the Rosedale
-playground. ,.. ..
Madison, -,, Blair. Hayes, and Webb
Schools competed in the playground
fJext Tuesday afternoon similar ex
ercises will be held at the Garfield
Park playground, and on Wednesday
afternoon, December 6, another bannor
will be presented at the 'New York
Avenue playi round.
Funeral Services for
Dr. J. B. Trudgian
The Rev. J. Hemming Nelms officiated
at tho funeral ceremonies for Dr. Jo
Blah Bassett Trudgian at the home. 1503
Thirteenth street northwest, this aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock. Interment was in
Olenwood Cemetery. The ceremonies
were attended by membeia of the Ma
sonic fraternity, tho Spanish War Vet
erans, and the Typographical union.
From1 White House to Poorest rjovel Some Celebration
of Nation's Feast Day Will Be Accomplished Pan
American "Service at St.- Patrick's. '
All Washington irrespective of race,
creed, or nationality, is ready today to
give thanks for the blessings in what
ever quantity they may have been' re
ceived during the year, on tomorrow,
the Thanksgiving Day of the nation.
In hundreds of different ways tho resi
dents of Washington, both temporary
and permanent, will observe tomorrow
In public and in private.
From tho Whlto House, where tho
President and his family will feast1
upon turkeys which have been literally
wined and dined for months to make
them suitable for a- Presidential table,
to tho hundreds of poorer homes which
dot the city, and which will be visited
by representatives ot the missions,
every one will give thanks in his own
way, and. Incidentally, will celebrate
tho biggest feast day on tho co'untry's
Prelates In Charge.
The real official celebration of Thanks
giving wil occur at St. Patrick's
Church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock,
where tho third Pan-American Thanks
giving Day service will bo held. Presi
dent Taft, Secretary of Stato Knox,
Secretary of the Treasury MaoVeagh,
Secretary of War Stlmson, and Secre
tary of the Interior Fisher, Chief Jus
tice White, of tho United Stato Supreme
Court; Justice McKenna, and represen
tatives of all the Latin American coun
tries, will be In attendance. Cardinal
Qibbons will assist at the mass. His
assistant will be tho Very Rev. Qeorgo
Dougherty, and chaplains to his emi
nence will be tho Very Rev. Dr. E. A.
Pace and the Very Rev. James Burns,
Ph. Dd. The celebrant of the mass
will be tho Rev. Francis A. Doory, of
Baltimore; tho Rev. Charles M. Bart,
of Washington, will be deacon.
Mass and Luncheon.
Tho masters of ceremonies will beJ
the Rev. William J. Carroll, tho Rov.
James A. Smyth and the Rev. John M.
McNamara. Charles N. Fisher will be
assistant master of ceremonies. .The
sermon will bo preached by the Right
Rev. P. J. Donahue, bishop of Wheel
ing. Mgr. Cerrettl and Mgr. Russsll will
be in the sanctuary. Tho two choirs will
sing the mass. At the end of the
mass the invited guests will take lunch
con at the rectory.
Tho Rev. Dr. Abram Simon, rabbi of
the Washington Hebrew Congregation,
will conduct special services at his
temple tomorrow .moining at 11 o'clock.
He will preach a sermon on "American
An all-day service will bo conducted
by the Gospel Mission, in Four-and-a-half
street. A eong and prayer service
will bo held and brief addresses will be
made. From 1 o'clock In the afternoon
until 6 o'clock In the evening a regular
-rnanKsgiving dinner, witn turKey, cran
berries and pumpkin pie, will bo served.
Relief Organization Work.
The Salvation Army has made
rangements for a similar celebration. A
special musical program will be given
and Thanksgiving dinner will be served.
The Associated Charities has arranged
to assist the needy of the city in every
way possible, and food and clothing will
be dispensed to worthy applicants.
The Southern Relief Society today Is
receiving donations ot fbod, money and'
clothing, which tomorrow will be dis
tributed among the needy. In the par
ish hall of tho Church of the Ascension'
tho women's -organizations of the Epis
copal Dloceso of Washington will bo,
represented all day and will receive
donations to be given tomorrow to tho
orphans of the Episcopal Home for Chil
dren, in Anacostla.
Business Men To Observe.
Thanksgiving will be more generally
"recognized by business and commercial
Washington this year than ever before.
Many of tho largest retail stores of the
clt- will be closed throughout the day,
and the thousands of employes will be
given a full holiday.
The Catholic Knights of America have
arranged for a dramatic entertainment,
social and donation party to be given
at Convention Hall tomorrow night for
the benefit of St. Joseph's Orphan Asy
lum. To raise funds for the proposed new
synagogue of the Washington Hebrew
Congregation, the young women of the
Eighth Street Temple will give an ama
teur theatrical entertainment at the
Elks' Hall tomorrow night.
Arrangements have been made for a
dance to be given by the Colonial Danc
ing Club at the Arcade tomorrow night.
The anniversary exercises of tho Ivy
City Citizens' Association will be held
In Trinity Baptist Church tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
In the various churches of the city
ThanlXBiving services will be conduct
ed. Si'cial sermons will be preached,
and special musical programs be given.
For forty-six years Thanksgiving
services have been held at the First
Congregational Church. In accordance
with this custom, services will be con
ducted tomorrow morning at 11 o clock.
The pastor, the Rev. Samuel H. Wood-
that impure blood with its weak
ening results, unpleasant breath,
headaches, unrestful nights, poor
appetite, sallow skin, pimples and
depression, comes from constipation
have been doing good to men and
women for many, many years and
their value has been tested and
proved. They remove the cause of
physical troubles. A few small
doses will show their safe tonic
action on you. Beecham's Pills
will surely help you to an active
liver, a good stomach, a sweet
breath, clear head and refresh
ing sleep. In young or old they will
row, will preach on tho subject, "lib
erty. Equality, and Fraternity." Tho
chorus choir will sing.
Baskets of Food to . ,
The Worthy Poor
Two hundred baskets, containing
chicken, flour, potatoes, apples, sugar,
hominy, bread, butter, beans, coffee, anil
tea, are being distributed by tho
wagons of tho Central Union Mission
to tho homes of 100 noor families or
yieli Thanksgiving meal tomorrow.
For sevoral weeks the list of families
to receive tho baskets has been worked
out, and'thoso amonc the vorv poor
who seem most worthy aro receiving
tho baskets today.
Exercises Held in
Ail Public Schools
Informal Thanksgiving exercises wero
held in all public schools this afternoon.
Programs of varying length wero given,
ranging from tho reading of Uio Presi
dent's proclamation to extensive pro
grams of music and recitations.
At tho Franklin School this morning
the younger pupils spent an hour In
studying a llvo turkey, caged In the
board room, and then Went back to
their class rooms to write about what
Good Cheer at Table
Will Greet Residents
Of District Institutions
Anticipation of a good Thanksgiving
dinner Is in the minds of nearly all of
the District institutions today. Not all
will be given turkey, but to tho bllls-of-faro
will be added good things not
on the customary menu.
The prisoners at tho workhouse at
Occoquan will bo given pork, garnish
ed with sweet potatoes and other vege
tables. Superintendent Whlttaker raises
his own hogs, and every rh'an Is prom
ised a bountiful supply. The employes
and guards will feast on turkey..
Pork will occupy a prominent placa
on the menu of tb.3 Home for the Aged
and Inllrm, accompanied by a plentiful
supply of vegetables, to be foltowed by
a dessert of mince Pie,
The patients of tho Washington Asy
lum .Hospital will eat pork, but tho In
mates of the Jail, which also is unrior
the supervision or Superintendent Zlnk
ham, will have to content themfcelves
with the ordinary blUfof fare.
Turkey will bo given the patients of
the Tuberculosis Hospital and Indus
trial Home Schcol. ThanksqlWng cxer-cI-ks
wero held at tho school this af tor
noon by the Rev. a.. L. C. Bratenahl,
rector of St. Albun's. ,
Soldiers' Home Menus
For Tomorrow Make
Veterans Hearts Glad
"The boys" at the Soldiers' Home, who
range In age from nonagenarians who
saw service beforo tho City of Mexico
In the days of "Rough-and-Ready"
Zachary Taylor, to mere "youngsters,"
who fought against Spain in fcuba arel
the Philippines, aro eagerly anticipating
the Thanksgiving Day menus which will
be 3erved at the mess halls of the home
tomorrow. All the features of tho time
hallowed Thanksgiving meal will bt
spread beforo them and the mouths of
tho veterans fairly water in anticipa
tion. Festivities will begin promptly at 7:15
o clock in tho morning, when break
fast, with the following menu, will be
served: Oranges, cereal, broiled ham
with eggs, creamed potatoes, hot corn
bread. Whltebrcad. coffee, and hnttpr
Tho big meal of tho day, however, is
to be served .at noon and 1,000 men at
the home will then be served with the
following: Queen olives, celery, oyster
cocxiaus, roast young turkey with
savory dressing and cranberry sauce,
glblet gravy, asparagus hollandalse.
sweet potatoes glace, June peas, hot
mince pie, California grapes, assorted
nuts, .bananas, coffee, milk, and cigars.
A "tapering off" menu Is to be served
for supper at G:30 o'clock, when those
who are still hungry may eat cold
sliced ham, or smoked tongue, chow
chow, neapolltan ice cream, fruit cakes,
ladyngers, maccaroons, assorted fancy
cakes, bread, butter and tea.
Two hundred and two turkeys, the
combined weight of which was consid
erably more than a ton, have been pur
chased by the commissary of the Home,
with "fixln's" to correspond. Tho hos
pital patients will be served approxi
mately the samo fare, with variations
to suit tho patient.
TD SEEK ESCORT ON
Dr. Gans Wants Warships
Below in Dirigible Flight
Flight in a dirigible" balloon across
tho Atlantic ocean noxt March is a
llttlo aerial Jaunt being arranged today
in Washington by Dr. Paul F. Cans,
of Frankfort Germany. He owns tho
41rIgtblo "Suchord," in which he hopes
to travel from the Canary Islands to
tho Amsrlcan coast next spring.
Co-operation of the United States
in his flight is being sought by Dr.
dans. Today ho visited tho German
embassy, to arrango for audiences with
President Taft and Secretary of the
Navy O. von L. Meyer.
"I hope this Government will co
oporato with mo by sending warships
from tho 'American coast to tho mld
dlo of tho Atlantic or farther to moot
my machine," Bald Dr. Gans today, at
tho Now Willard. I would Uko the
warships for an escort, and also as
guides, or to give aid in case of ac
cident." Tho ."Suchard." Dr. dans say, is
250 fe!t long, equipped with two six
cylinder engines of 110-horsepower each.
Ho Plans to leave Tenerlffe. in the
Canaries, about March 1. Four or five
days is tho probable duration of the
trip Dr. Gans estimates. Ho says he
will work tho engines only part of the
time und drift witli favorable winds
uuring tne nights.
Not the least doubt of success ap
parently Is entertained by Dr. Gans.
Ho has tested tho "Suchard" and Ita
engines, of tho "Nag" automobile type;
and is positive he will be tho first
aeronaut to cross the ocean.
Dr. Gans savs the trln is in th in.
tesests of sclenco only. No prize Is of
fered. He Is financing tho affair. Dr.
Gans is prominent In German scientific
circles. He says he rodo in tho first
motorcycle race over held, and Is a
pioneer In developing the automobllo.
"If the squareness of baseball were
suspected, It would lose Its popularity,"
says MunBey's Magazlno editorially;
"but It never Is suspected. With mil
lions 'of dollars Invested In It It Is prob
ably tho greatest business sport
tho world evpr know tho games
continue to be lost and won on
the merits of tho play and tho de-
llgHtful uncertainty of baseball. Gamb- I
ling has never been dragged In as an i
adjunct, to mar Its character and qual
ity. "About tho non-professional pastime '
of football, take It year after year, '
there aro more charges of Irregularity, i
of unsportsmanly methods, of violation
of scholastic rules In order to 'help the
team,' In a single season than arise In
connection with baseball In a decade.
The professional gams, frankly commer
cial, and commercial on a colossal
scale. Is less subject to suspicion than
Is the Btrictly amateur sport
"This would seem either to be a new
demonstration that honesty Is the best
policy, or a tribute to the character and
the standards of American business.
It Is pleasant, at least to Indulge the
optimistic- thought that the latter may
bo the right explanation."
CASCARETS FOR A
SICK, SOUR STOMACH
GenUIjr bat thorouKhly cleanse anil
regulate jonr Stomach, Liver and
Ilorrela while jou sleep.'
That awful sourness, belching ot
acid and foul gases; that pain In tho
pit of the stomach, the heartburn,
nervousness, nausea, bloating after
eating, feeling of fullness, dizziness
and sick headache, means indigestion;
a disordered stomach, which cannot
be regulated until you remove tho
cause. It isn't yqur stomach's fault.
Your stomach Is as good as any.
Try Cascarots; they cure Indiges
tion, because they immediately
cleanse and regulate the stomach, re
move the sour, undigested and fer
menting food and foul gases; take
the excess bile from the liver and
carry off the decomposed waste mat
ter and poison from the Intestines
and bowels. Then your stomach
trouble Is ended forever. A Cascarct
tonight will straighten you out by
morning a 10-cent box from any
drug store will keep your entire fam
ily feeling good for months. Don't
forget the children their little ln
sldos need a good gentle cleansing,
TO FOUR PER CENT
Economical Mood of Com
pany Will Save Dollars
for the Monopoly.
Directors of tho Washington Gas Com
pany, In their newly developed economi
cal mood, havo made a cut In expenses
that will save many dollars Jn the
course of a year, but tho saving will
como out of tho pockets of the corpora
Interest at tho rate of 6 per cent here
tofore has been paid on deposits made
by consumers to securo tho payments of
tneir gas bills. These deposits vary In
amount, but tho aggregate Is heavy.
Hereafter tho rato of interest will bo
4 per cent on all now deposit certlllcatps
and on old certificates accredited to
changed Jocatlons. The rato whero the
certificate has not beon presented In
making changes .to now locations still
win uo u per cent.
Tho argument by the directors is that
4 per cent is the highest rato of Interest
Soft, Velvety Skin
For Every Woman
"Tho continued use of face powders
Is responsible for pimples, blackheads,
coarso, rough skins and sallow com
plexions," says' Mrs. Mae Martyn, writ
ing for tho Denver Advocate, "and so
aggravates tho unnatural condition
that wrinkles aro Inevitable.
"By tho application of a plain spur
max lotion, It Is an easy matter to
rid the skin of all poro-obstructlons and
give to It a softness and velvety tex
ture Impossible any other way. Thla
lotion Is splendid for dispelling olllness,
wrinkles and restoring the healthy tint
of youth to the cheeks. Once it is tried,
powder and rougo will be rorever disr
carded. Tills lotion is made by putting
two teaspoonfuls glycerine In pint
hot water, then adding 4. ounces spur
max. Whero witch hazel is used ln
stead of water. It, dries quicker."
ON CAS DEPOSITS
paid by savings bankf,vand above the
average rate. Therefore. In giving this
rate, they say they aro treating their
Satrons squarely, and giving1 them tho
est obtainable revenuo for their, money.
.It also. Is a fact, f one director as
serts, that the Gas Company can borrow
money of the banks at rates below 6 per
Preachers on Jury.
CHldAGO, Nov. 23. Judge Owens,
who recently formed a Jury of million
aires, today called a Jury of preachers
who under the law are exempt An
Episcopal bishop, two rabbis, and a
number of Catholic fathers volunteered.
A Permanent Cure For
Although thpso may dispute it who
have not tried it, yet thousands of
others, who speak from personal experi
ence, assert that there is a permanent
euro for chronic constipation. Some
testify they were cured for as little as
DO cents, years ago, and that the trou'
ble hover came back on them, while
others admit they took several bottles
before a steady cure was brought about
The remedy referred to Is Dr. Cald
well's Byrup Pepsin. It has been on
the" market for over a quarter of a
century and has been popularized on it
merits y one person telling anotner.
The fact that its strongest supporters
aro women and elderly people the ones
most persistently constipated makes It
certain that the claims regarding It as
a permanent cure for constipation have
not been exaggerated.
It Is not violent like cathartic pills,
Byraa Ctuwtller presents
GRACE LaRUE "Betsy"
REGINALD DE KOVEN'S
New Opera BetttTe,
THE WEDDING TRIP
WITH THE KINRST SINGING ORGANIZATION SINCI2 THE ORIGIN
AL "BOSTONIAAJ." PHENOMENA!; COMPANY OP HB.
UTaHnnal tonight sas
Day and Saturday
Chirlo Frohman preienU
In hr new four-act drama.
The Witness for the Defence
By A. E. W. Mason.
Two Weeks Begining Next Mesiay
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday.
KLAW & ERI.ANC3ER Present
TUB MUSCIAL. COMEDV DE LUXE
The Pink Lady
Seat Sale Taoradar for Entire Ea-B-aBjeiuent.
Night arirea SOc, fl.00, tl.30, S3.00
Matlace price BOr, 9 l.OO, 11.56
O A CI ilfl 7lk F ELITE
CONTINUOUS i&ie&Tlfe Mi 20c
BJ A SB. Roberta' Trained Rata and
Mil Ml Cats, aid 8 Other Sterling;
W Keaturea Combined la
SPECIAL HOLIDAY WEEK BILL
Contlnnoaa performance 1 to It p.m.
ENTERTAINMENT AND BALL.
Uth annual benefit glv-n by Cathollo KnlghU
of America tor St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum.
Nor. 30, Thanki-glvlng- Night, t o'clock.
TICKET0. 0 CENTS.
Norfilk & Waskiagtea Steaik.it C.
MODERN STEEL PALACE STEAM.
BBS DAILY ltMP.lt
North Atlantic Fleet ef Rattle
ships la Kaaaptra Roads
Special Saturday to Monday
$3.50 Round Trip
Also week-end tickets. Including accommo
dations at Ctuunbsrlm Hotal. Old Point Com
fort. New York and Boston by Sea
Clt Ticket OSlca, Bond Bullfllnj, lUh and
New Tork ave. Phon 1S3X Wharf foot at
Seventh Street S W
A Trip Yw Will Never
Forget r Regret
On Luxuriously Appointed
10.600 Ton Ships
AlMg the Coast
ail Aertss the
Delightful the Year Round
New Yrk New trleais
$40 y $7W
Including Berth mad Meals
Illustrated books on request
W. B. JOHNSON, Agcat
29 W. BaltlDMra Bt.
Merchants and Miners Transprlatiit Co.
"Florida by Sea"
Direct Route, Baltimore
Savannah and Jacksonville
Best route lo Florida, Cuba and tho South,
Fine steamers. Excellent Service. Ixw Fares.
All steamers equipped with wireless.
New steutners Suwannee and Somerset In
commission. Rooms de Luxe. Baths.
Bend for Booklet.
B-& O, H. B. and N. & W. 8. B. CO. offices.
W. P, TURNsUt, P, '. .. Baltimore,. Md.
For Navy Machinists
A Thanksgiving smoker will be held
tonight by the Columbia Lodge of Ma
chinists, at Naval Xodgo Hall, Fourth
street and Pennsylvania avenue south
east Speakers secured for the enter
tainment are Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, and
Judson C. Welllvor.
About 1,600 Government employes, in
cluding navy yard workmen, are af
filiated with Columbia Lodgo.
salts, or waters, but operates gently,
without griping and without shock to
the system. It contains tonic proper
ties that strengthen the stomach and
bowel muscles so that in time medi
cines of all kinds can be dispensed with
and nature Is again solely relied on.
Among the legions who testify to then
facta are Mr. J. W. Whitley, Marlon,
Va., and Mr. Wm. Glenn, 2304 E. Preston
Bt, Baltimore, Md., and they always
have a bottle of it in the house, for It
la a reliable laxative for all the family
from Infancy to old age.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of fills
remedy before buying It In the regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a large bottle (family size) can
have a sample bottle sent to the home
free of charge by simply addressing Dr.
W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.,
Montlcello, III. Tour name and address
on a postal card will do.
Thanksgiving- Day Mat., 25c to II.
Bat. Mat., 2Sc to I1.E0.
NlsM, 50c to fi
lm the Maslcal novelty
I li ! 1 1., I ' 1 M
ToBlsht at is
Matinee Thanksgiving Day.
HENIIY B. HARRIS PRESENTS
In Charles P. Nlrdllnger's New Comedv.
'THE FIRST LADY A LAND"
NEXT WEEK "ESSlmV
Chas. Dillingham and F. ZlCffeld, Jr.,
AMERICA'S FOREMOST COMEDIAN.
In the roof-ralslns; riot of mirth, melody,
MAWD rsruanci ntimnii
WJKB M.MM.MU MIT MUMX '
Prettiest chorus In the world.
Eves., ScKcCOc. Mats., AU Seats, 25c ,
No advance for Thanksgiving Matinee.
AMERICA'8 GREATEST COMEDT HIT,-1
Our New Minister
Original Cast, with Joseph Conyers.
NEXT WEEK-ROCK OF AQES.
Dally Mats.. 26c. Eve's., 25c, EOc, and 75c.
FLORENTINE GRAND OPERA CO.
World-Famous Singers In Glorious Opera.
TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE T-
"Germany" Schaefer, of the Washington
Ball Team, with Grace Belmont. Brown &
Ayer. Dick, the Handwriting Dog. Mareena
tc Delton Bros. The Darrows. The Photoplane.
Pictures of the Army & Navy Football Game.
Next Week "A Romance of the Under
world," by Paul Armstrong. Author of "Alias
Jimmy Valentine," 2S Players. 3 Scenes.
Iaabell D'Armand. Co-Star In "The Beauty
Spot." ( Other Hits. Buy Seats Today.
NINTH. NEAR E.
Matinee. 3:15. 2So. Evenings. 8:15, 25c. foe.
SAM CURTIS & CO., In "Fun In the School
House." Beau v ere. Reed & St. John. In "Co
lonial Pastimes." Grace De Mar, In "Char
acter Impressions." McCormick and Irving.
Inza and Lorella. Warden Brothers.' John
La Vlsr. Imperial Photo-plays. Next week
FRANK ROLAND & CO., In the political
comedy, "The Suffragette." The Oouldons,
stunning musical act. Nat Carr. Hebrew
comedian. Five other big acts. Buy seats
ALL. THIS WEEK. MATINEES DAILY.
Don't Fall to See This Big Show.
NEXT WEEK WILLIAMS" IDEALS.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILT BY
JOB HURTId'S BIO JOY RIDE.
The Taxi Girls
With the Farrell-Taylor Trio and Henry
Fink, supported by 50 funmakers.
NEXT WEEK. "THE MAJE8TICS."
DAILY HI I ;OTIP EVENINGS
MATINEE fflAUO IIU 7 lo 10:30
Masterpiece: at Motion, Photography
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AT NIGHT SIX PRIZES.
BOWLING ALL DAY.
CASH FOR HIGH SCORES.
SPECIAL MOTION PICTURES.
THE BIG RINK AT
Opens Monday. December 4
Holler Skating. Entertainment for All
"SHOW NEyER STOPS" ,
9 Big Attractions Every Week
Dally Matinees at I p. in. All Soats 10c.
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