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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912.
IN NOVELTY BILL
AT THE BELASCO
Will Present Her Famous
Diving Feats and Classi
At the Belasco Theater next week.
William Morris will present Miss An
nette Kellermann. In "Undine."
an Idyl of forest Und stream by Manuel
Klein, and "TheRosoof Mexico," a word
less play In three acenea by Bio-. G. Mo
lasao. Thla 'eniraKement promlaea to be
one of the aenaatlonal novelties of the
season. Mlsa Kellermann lias Just re
turned from a tons; engagement at the
Palace Theater. London. In "The Rose
of Mexico" Miss Kellermann will dis
play her talent aa a pantomimic actress,
and will be seen In several dances of a
new type to the stage. In "Undine" aha
will 'Introduce her famoua diving feats
and classical dances. These features
will be preceded by a scene entitled
"Chinatown," In -which will be Intro
duced the. sensational La Danse De
L'Oplum. direct from the Winter. Gar
den. New York, with Glovanna Molasso.
Melissa. Ten Eyck, and Harry Mayo In
the principal roles. Tom Terrlss, with
his Charles Dickens' players In
'"Scrooge." adapted from Dickens'
''Christmas Carol," and several other
novelties, will be Introduced, including
a ballet of slxtv English girls. There
will be a ladles' popular matinee on
Next Monday night William Farnum
Will return to the New National Thea
ter In "The Littlest Rebel," the dashing
military play of civil war days, which
made uch a favorable lmpreaslon here
The play was written by Edward
"epie, author of "The Prince Chap,
. In his most exquisite style of
portraiture. It tells a story of parental
love, and, although it is termed a war
play, It might be stripped of Its war
time background and still hold Its hu
man Interest. It Is a play which ahould
Please theatergoers of all tastes, aa it
has within Its care in nbllnilaneA nf
heart Interest, clever shots of wit and
humor, and many stirring and spectacu
In the third act there la a battle
accne which la said to be the most
realistic ever produced on the atage.
Messrs. Werba and Luescher, the pro
ducers of New York's latest and big
gest comic opera success, "The Rose
Maid," which opens a week's engage
ment at the Columbia Theater next
Monday evening, are said to have Ig
nored old-fashioned comlo opera con
ventionalities In this their latest work,
the same aa thoy did with "The Spring
Maid," their first big musical success.
"The Rose Maid" is invested with an
atmosphere of joyousness that starts
at the very rise of the first curtain and
continues right through the entire
action of the piece. The story opens
with a gay house party In Liberty Hall,
the young Duke of Harvester's London
house, and ends with a brilliant cavalry
-tournament In Oatend. In the latter
scene the stage Is filled with horse
men and horsewomen of all the princi
pal natlona of the world each wearing
the gorgeous uniforms of their respect-.Ire-armies;'
"The Rose Maid" was the best liked
of all operas In New York since "The
Bprlng Maid," 'and 'will be presented
here with the same elaborate production
and extravagant detail that made It
the vogue on Broadway .during the past
Mclntyre and Heath, veteran comedi
ans, will be the leading attraction at
Chase's Theater next week. These fa
mous fun makers, whose stage alliance
covers a period of thirty-seven years,
.are having what they term a "Jubilee In
vaudeville," following their appearance
in "The Ham Tree." "The Biscuit
Buah,". and other musical comedies.
They will present their three moat
popular Bkeichcs, giving on Monday
and Tuesday "Waiting at the Church.1'
on Wednesday and Thursday "The Man
From Montana." and on Friday and Sat
urday "The Georgia Minstrels," the
most favored of all their productions.
Edith Helena, prima donna soprano
ot the A born and other grand opera
companies, whose voice Is said to rival
that of any other living soprano, will
be heard in operatic selections. The
third Important number of the bill will
be the Broadway cabaret comedians,
Qua Van and Joe Schenk In witty songs
and eccentrlo piano playing. Another
feature will be Bert Levy, the cartoon
ist, while still another will be Max's
International Burlesque Circus, which
will present a regular three-ring circus,
with trick dogs, performing ponies, and
other clever animal acta. James Mc
Cormack and Eleanore Irving will give
a divertissement, entitled "Filrtology,"
and Claude M. Roode, late of the .Ring
ling Brothers Circus, will present an
aerial novelty. The new animated
weekly will show world-wide happen
ings and there will be dally pipe organ
After the highly artistic and success
ful season of six months of stock pro
ductions, the Washington public U
awaiting with keen Interest the advent
of the "Poll brand" of refined vaude
ville, which will be Inaugurated at the
big Avenue playhouse next Monday
for a brief season pending the return
of the Poll Plnyera to the Capital". If
Mr. Poll's promises nro made good, his
varieties will win him as large and aa
loyal a following aa have his Poll
8. Z. Poll Is widely known through
out the Now England States as the
largest Individual owner of theaters in
America. In these theaters ho hus made
a fortune ny me presenmuun ui iiikii
class, refined vaudeville at popular
prlceB. He proposes to offer the same
kind of entertainment to the Washing
ton public during the fall and midwinter
The bill each week will consist of ten
big features, and tho entertainment will
begin at 8 o'clock In the ovenlnss and at
2 o'clock In the afternoons. The same
uniformed attaches, the oame reserved
seats, the snmf telephone order ac
commodations the samo season reser
vationsIn fact ihe same policy of lib
eral house management will obtain
throughout the vaudeville Beason aa
lias- rn V the big playhouse popular
r '-' 'hp stock regime, the onlv dif
ference being that the prices for vaude
ville will bo very much lower than
were the stock prices. Sale of seats for
vaudeville Is now In progress,
"A Fool There Was." the successful
play In which Robert Hllllard has been
Been for tho past four years, Is to be
presented, by arrangement with Klaw &
Krlanner, at popular prices at tho
Academy next week. It will be a first
class offering In every respect, and a
notable company will present the piece,
vlth MUs Klsle Jane Wilson, a young
Australian nctrcss. In the leading femi
nine role. William L. Gibson, who was
seen last vcar In the role of the ir
gtnlan, -n 111 also appear. Others In the
company Include Ucrtha Julian. Marlon
Frederic, Mary Brandon, Agatha Fred
eric, Rupert Julian, Charles E. 1-11-nood,
Walter U. Woodall, Edward
Clare. Frank Faraday. Frederick Nlch
olls, Charles Mcllenry, and Sydney Nor
cott. Dcsplto the fact that thla en
gagement Is the most notablo to be
seen In iXa theater thls.wlnter. there
will be no advance In the regular scale
of prices. The usual matlneo will be
The "Mlas New York. Jr.." company
Is to hold sway at the Lyceum Theater
next week. The organisation this sea
son will be seen In a new and original
musical comedy entitled, "A Marriage
of Convenient." The piece Is In two
acta and four scenes, and has the serv
ices of Jospeh K. Watson and Will IL
C. Cohen, two experienced comedians.
.The roles they portray are'Brueky
and Rusky, charactera which they
made famoua a few years ago when
they were together as a team. The
present production marks their reunion
after a long separation.
The management has surrounded
them. with a competent cast .
The playograph will reproduce the
world'a aeries games preceding the
'"CJeorge Btone. eccentric dancer, will
head the fun making cast of "The Bo-x
cial Maids," whlen win oe me aiirmc
Hon at the Oayety next week, when
Jennie Austin will be seen as the lead
Mr. Btone la this season supplement
ing his dancing specialities with a piano
logue said to be remarkably clever, and
Miss Austin will wear twelve elaborate
French gowns during the course of the
entertainment, which runa for three
Special features are a Texas Tommy
Dance number, a big sextet ted by
Etta Plllard, and a double male quar
tet. The burletu, which Is to be pre
sented In two acts, tells the story of
two American deserters who have left
the army without a "by your leave,"
because of the fascinating blandish
ments of two young Chicago heiresses.
Novelty 'and variety are promised aa
the dlatlngutshlng features of the Cos
mas Theater bill next week. Featured
first In the list are Deltorelly and Oils
sando, one of the hlgheat grade of
musical acts In vaudovllle. Qeorgalas
and Brothers will present a unique' of
fering described as "a acenlc shooting
act. Introducing target practice, with
special scenery," and Willie Mack and
Hester Waters nramlse "fifteen mlnutea
of pleasure In the realm of song, dance.
and aparkllnr repartee.'
Snowle Maybell, whoae offering la
to be "one that takes you back to
childhood dars:" the Three Romans.
musical trio of song and Instrumental
accomplishment, and the Four Oroh
vlnls, European acrobats and rlsley
artists, will comnrlsa thn remaining
numbers of the bill, which will be sup
plemented with film features, headed by
the Pathe Weekly Review,
Next Thursday afternoon Dwtght El
mendorf, an Interesting talker and a
traveler who possesses skill and taste
In the selecting and picturing of famoua
places, will begin a course of five travel
talks on American themes, with a des
cription of a thousand-mile .Journey
through "The Heart of the Rockies,"
at the National Theater.
Included In Mr. Elmendorrs Itinerary
will he the following; points of Interest::
Denver, Colorado Springs, Pike's Peak,
Manltou and the Garden of the Gods,
the Roral Gorge and Canyon of the
fliinnlnnn. (Inriv and the Canyon of Las
Animas. Motion pictures ana coiorea
photographs will supplement his narra
tive. Other lectures In the course will be
The Grand Canyoy of the Colorado
River. The Great Southwest, The Pa-
clflc Coast and Yellowstone Park.
Albera Polar Bear Act, presenting
eight real polar bears In an exhibition
of animal clevemeas, will head the bill
at the Casino Theater next week. The
act ran for six months at the London
Hippodrome and for sixteen week's at
the'New York Hippodrome.
Brown and BartoletU will appear In
a burlesque travesty. Pearl and Roth,
''two boys with a piano," In a piano
logue introducing sprightly songs,
catchy comedy and a "whirlwind" fin
ish, will also be. a feature. Ruth Cur
tis will appear In an offering of aweet
songs, and there will be many other
acta. New and attractive motion pic
tures will supplement the bill.
The opening of the new Arcade skat-
In- rtnr lnaf ,vmtti. mrAH nttnrt,t Hv
large crowd of those who Indulge la this
pleasing pastime. Manager E. S. Whit-
tng has provided a new floor, which Is
' ala. t0 be tne unesi in mis secuon
' HeveraJlatin, nartlea attends laat
,h?JaininaLnK'r",en,,. ? rf?5
1 uled ror ln remainder of tne week..
There Was a Man
In Our Town
and he was Wondrous Wise ,v
You couldn't fool Him. Oh No I
He had drank coffee for years. Coffee didn't hurt him.
But The Bump Came
' Many a man is pretty sure that while coffee may hurt others it don't hurt,
him till the bump comes.
But when headache, frazzled nerves, an irritable heart, indigestion
sleeplessness begin to "get him," he's apt to look around for a reason.
Tho reason is plain when a change is
mndo from coffee to
This pleasant table drink much resembles
real Java coffeo in flavour, but is free from
"caffeine" (the drug in coffoo) or any other
Postum, made from choice Northern
wheat and tho juice of Southern sugar
cane, has put many former coffeo drinkers
on tho Boad to Wollville.
German Asylum Decides Upon Change of Plan of' Past
In Sending Inmates to Institution at Good Hope. .
Gunners Quit Marshes.
WASHINGTON TIMES DUItKAXT,
ANACD8TIA, D. C, OCT.',
The German Orphan Asylum children
are attending the Anacoatla schools this
year. In previous years the Institu
tion has sant Its children to the Stanton
School, at Good Hope, but their withdrawal-
haa taken place this term.
Forty-three children have been placed
on the rolls In Anacoatla In conaequence
of the change.
The difficulty attending the paasage
df the little ones to and from the
Btanton School during bad weather,
when a steep hill and unimproved high
ways had to be traveled over. Is cited
aa ih nrlnclnat reason for sending the
Juveniles to Anacostla. Superintendent
Wi Oscar Prlel, aware of '
recommended to the board of directors
that the children 'be sent to' the Ana
costla schools. The directors took up
the matter wlh the school authorities at
Anacostla, with' the result mentioned.
Gunners no longer visit trie Eastern
Branch marshes In this region In search
of reedblrds. The morning and evening
fusillades-, that became familiar to
dwellers near the river after the sport
opened on Labor Day have not been
heard for a week. The hunters gave up
the sport before the disappearance of
the reedblrds, many of which still
linger unharmed and uhhunted In the
People along the river who are fa-
miliar wiin mo nauus 01 me gunners 1
after the birds, as well as of the birds
themselves, calculate that the Interest
In the sport disappears after about
three weeks. This Is about the length
or time that the birds have been hunted
In the local waters.' Now, although
birds are still to' be seen, no one' ap
pears to be making excursions on the
river to their feeding places or to mani
fest any enthusiasm over the prospect
of making a good bag. All the shooting
that is going on Is being done by resi
dents of Anacostla to protect their corn
fields from the blackbirds. At that,
none of the birds are being killed, for
thus far each cltlxen who has been
granted a permit to shoot haa agreed
to the stipulation that blank cartridges
only shall be fired, thereby causing the
birds to scatter.
Band concerta have ceased at the Gov
ernment Hospital for the Insane. The
lawn gatherings of patients and em
ployes twice each week, when a band
composed of hospital employes and
musicians from the city was heard,-are
over until next year. There will be no
Indoor entertainments until Thanksgiv
ing. Then the 'dances, plays, and mo
tion pictures will begin.
Car atopa along the trolley line at
Congress Heights are being marked by
the Washington Railway and Electric
Company with large signs for the In
formation of the public The Irregular
streets In' some places led to confusion
on the part of street car patrons as to
where to board the cars, but hereafter,
with prominent signs displayed, there
will be no annoyance. The work waa
Klnsle Oeren, a.
clerk, who had a
erected In Mt. View
eunancv. haa removed
place for his oc
here from Fourth
atreet southeast to his new home.
Edward T. 'Davis, well known In local
musical circles, has gone to Lynchburg.
Va., "to be present at the Interstate
Fair in that city.
Mr and Mrs. J. S. Lvons
turned to their home in Nichols avenue.
I Congress HeJ.ht.. aer amonthb.
Mat ana Mountain Lake Park. Mr.
1 Lyons passed his vacation from his
duties in tne war veparimem in mis
Edward Scherer, of Braddock, Pa.,
who haa been visiting Mrs. Ann L.
Cereal Company, Ltd., Battle
Etiler, In Maple View avenue, and Mrs.
Samuel It. Campbell, In Mt. View place,
who are relatives, while en route from
Richmond, Va., to his home, has left
for the latter place,
Mrs. Frank Shank, of1 Wlncheater,
Va., Is visiting, Mr. and . Mrs. David
T. N. Shank, lilt W street.
A new. fraternal society has been or
ganised In 'Anacostla: It la known as
a branch ,of the Protected Home Circle.
James Baveridge, of W street, was In
strumental' In. having It .instituted here.
Meetings .will' be held lnv Anacostla .Ma
Miss Norene Smith ,haa returned to
Alexandria, Va.. after a at7, with Mr.
and Mrs. .Daniel C Bmlthson, In Shan
The Congress Heights firemen were
summoned this morning about 11:30
o'ciock to 1 mcnois avenue and wade
road, near Anacostla, where fire had
broken out In' the home of Robert Mills,
colored.. The -blase, which started In
the partition between two rooms 'en the
first floor, was extinguished without any
difficulty. It had been caused by rats
tanning maicnes 1 peiween tne wans.
Damage was placed at tS.
James Frank, night station clerk at
the Eleventh precinct, haa gone away
on a brief vacation, and Louis Gee,
member of the Anacostla force, la tak
ing his place.
Mrs. Alice Mark has returned to Bal-
tlmore, MO., following a vlalt with Mr.
and Mrs. Maglll Readmond, 2121 l"our
John S. Cox, who enlisted In the Unit
ed States navy four years, ago from
Anacostla, la a patient In the naval hos
pital In Philadelphia, the victim of a
fall from a passenger bua In which he
was riding abou.t the city with some
companions from the Missouri. He Is
suffering from a fractured ankle. Mrs.
Annie T. Cox, his mother, who Uvea in
Minnesota avenue, waa notified, and
Mrs. Lillian T. Mandley, hta sister, went
to Philadelphia to vlalt him. flhe has
returned to her residence, 1215 V street.
W. C. Thomas, a member of Jhe Sea
men Gunners' class at the Washington
Navy Yard, who came here to visit his
parents in inineemn sireei auer
long absence at sea, haa gone to Phlla.
oeipma wun me ciass 10 iuko prc m
Bank Deposits Close
To Six Billion Dollars
Individual deposits of 15.891.(70,000 were
reported yesterday to be In the 7,317 na
tional banka at the close of business
when the last bank statement waa
called for September 4, according to a
statement today of the CSmptroller of
Loans were H.MO.M1.000, bonds. H.039,
Me.000. specie held. mi.M0.000. and United
States bonds held to secure circulation,
rr24.O85,O0a. Overdrafts of :0,1M,000 were
reported, and 'legal tender .notes out
standing aggregated $182.00,000.
Capital stock 01 me nanag ig i,vw,-
012.000; surplus. 1701,021,000,
vlded profits, Z4J,73COT0.
Coming to Capital
The Rev. Dr. Hyvernat, professor of
Hebrew and Syrlac In Catholic Uni
versity at Brookland, who has been In
Egypt on a years' leave of absence. Is
expected to return within a few days.
He will bring with him the Coptic man
uscripts, recently purchased by J. Pier-
pont Morgan. The manuscripts are re
garded aa one ot the most valuable col
lections of Oriental literature extant.
COMES A TIME
Coffee 9 linn a What It
"Of late years coffee has disagreed
with me," writes a friend from Rome,
"Its lightest punishment being to
make me 'logy' and dizzy, and It seemed
to thicken up my blood.
"The heaviest was when It upset my
stomach completely, destroying my ap
petite and making me nervous and Irri
table, and sent me to my bed. After one
of these attacks, In which I nearly lost
my life, I concluded to quite the roffoe
and try Poetum.
"It went right to the spot! I found
It not only a most palatable and re
freshing beverage, but a food as well,
"All my ailments, the 'loglness' and
dizziness, the unsatisfactory condition
of my Uood, my nervousnes and Irri
tability disappeared In short order and
my sorely nffllctcd stomach began
quickly to recover, I begun to rebuild
and have steadily continued until now.
Have a good appetite nad am rejoicing
In sound health which I owe to tho
use of Postnm." Name given by Postum
Co., Battle Creek, Mich. .
Read the little book. "The Road to
Wellvllle.u- In pkgs. "There's a reason."
Two Dozen Initiated
In Arcanum Order
Francis Scott Key Council, No. 115,
Royal Arcanum, .at Its new hall In
Georgetown, lest night, initiated
twenty-four candidates. After the Inltla-'
tlon a banquet was served and musical
entertainment provided. Past grand re
gent of Kismet Council presented Rou-
wUhn11 eboTv' 'Javb:,h "" ' thB CUnC"' '
ri?nJi n.J."Svei n....it., p..
2?B2S!k,R:j,r V$Z2 H,i
Sentry Claude R. Zannona,
past Grand nee:
ast Grand Regent Arthur cook, were
the speakers of the evening.
The degree work was In charge of
Dr. W. C. Barr; the entertainment was
In charge of Jumea H. Ruth. Messrs.
E. Howard, HolIIday, Dugan, Curtln,
Bonhelm, Donohue, and other furn
Anyone interested In tho treatment ot
Consumption should get .one of the
booklets telling of recoveries by the use
of Eckman's Alterative. Coughs, Stub
born Colds and Pneumonia. may be the
beginning, of more serious troubles
Eckman's Alterative Is 'the effective
remedy. Read Mr. Kanaly's statement;
. Saratoga., M. Y.
"Gentlemen: For five ef six rear I was
troubled with cough and eipecleratlon. , I
also had a high fever. My esse was de?
clared Consumption by' my physician. I
was (Iren Cod Liver Oil, Creosote and other
medicines, all without benefit.
"At Christmas time, IKS, I was not. ex
pected to live. Calling Dr. It. H. McCarthy,
he advised the use of Eckman's Alterative,
which I took with excellent results and
was entirely cured. I have gained la weight.
I go out in all weathers and have had no
cough or cold whatever. I give thee farts
to encourage others to use Eckman's Altera
(8worn Affidavit) JAB. W. KANALY.
Eckman's Altrtltf la erfHv In
Bronchitis, Asthma, Ila Fever; Throat!
ana i.ung irouDies ana in upouuaing
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
sale by O'Donnell's Drug Stores, and
other leading druggists. Ask for book
let telling of recoveries, and write te
Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa.,
for additional evidence.
See the Warships
Hudson River, New York
October 6 to 15
Beaatiful Night IUamlnaUoiis
Sixteen U. 8. Battleships will be In New York Harbor on
October 6., This la the advance guard of the Atlantic Fleet
of 12J Warships which will mobilize In the Hudaon river be
tween 30th Street and 170th Street for Official Berlew October
14 and IE, This wlll'be the greatest fleet of warship ever as
sembled in American waters or under the United States flag.
Public is Invited to Inspect Ships
It Is the desire of the Navy Department that the people shall
cee their Warships, and the ships will be open for Inspection from
9:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. each day, except during the Review.
FAST EXPRESS TRAINS DIRECT TO
which Is easily accessible to the Upper River Front
JY. M. C. A. INSTITUTEi
Academle preparatory eeuraes, math
ematics, science, lansuaae. technical,
and cemmercUl subjects. Courses be
sin Frtlar. September I?.
T SckesI of AccodUbcy
WSoinsxon ncuooi ot. Accountancy ,
often professional tralalni courses for
acceuntsner, leading to C. P. A. of
arree sad srvlnr men technical prepare
tleoa for business careers. M-pafe
bulletin oa request.
DeputaeHt of Matkoutics
X L. ADOLTII RICHARDS. U. A..
aj. B. uonns iiopainsr, i (iiicipa. stu
dents may enter at any time. Day
and nliht Individual Instruction. Thor
uush preparation for civil serrlc ex
aminations: also for publlo school aad
collets September exaralnstlons.
Scbol of SfcertbBu ud Typewritinf
Pltmanlc shorthand. Touch typewrit
ing. Day and nltht. Individual Initruo.
tlon, Monday. Wednesday, and Friday
For Interview, or bulletin address
Y. M. C. A., 1IM U 8T. N. W.
M-MHH-HI 1 II I 11 I M1I-I
Tone Production. Deep Breathing.
Voice Placing. Physical Culture.
Ear Training. Distinct Enunciation,
Sight Singing. Dramatic Art
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
143 Eleventh St. N. E., Ph. Line. 1739.
lilt RYE STREET.
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
THIRTT.T1I YEAR BEGINS
I TEMBBR S.
Thomas W. Stdwell, A. M.,
1906 Florida Avenue
A noardlns; and Day School for flirt
Opens September ?0, 1912
Preparatory and Elective Courses. All
grades from Primary to Collegiate.
Special- advantages In Music, Art, and
Expression. Building specially planned
.for the school. OymnaUum and Tennis.
Catalogue on request.
Mi'.S. BEVERLEY XI. MASON. PrtnclpsL
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CROSS
A select, school far younc ladles and chil
dren. Ideal situation, overlooking entlte city
-It minutes' ride from Treasury. Academic
musical, builnesa, and art courses.
School Nott Open.
For term apply to Sisters ot the Holy
Cross, Upton street and Conn. ava. extended.
Two Splendid SrifegeitieM
for tin Skk'swl Hak
Simple little home remedies usually do
,rnore to conserve the complexion than
expensive preparations, ana especially
Is this true of a spurmax lotion for the
face, neck, arms, and hands. This Is
prepared by putting i ounces 1 spurmax
Into U pint witch haael or hot water.
n1 ""Parts a delicate and
smoothness to the skin.. Its j
"m 1 emoomness 10 me sain, lis use dku
Hnu 1 lahes all complexion upsets and protects
the skin from chaps and roughnass.
Shampooing with, canthrox cleans the
hair and scalp of all dust, dandruff, and
excess oil, and so energises It that dull,
faded, straggly hair takes on a bright
luster, rich even color and silken
fluff. You can easily prepare your own
shamooo by dissolving a teaapoonful
canthrox In a cup ot hot water. Occas
ional shampoos with canthrox keep the
scalp healthy and . encourage a bounti
ful growth of beautiful hair.
LAST OF, THE SEASON
' October 10. lilt
Lve. Washington 1:05 A.M.
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Fletareaejaa Sauseiaehaaaa Valley
Tickets good for Fifteen Days
rttop-nver at Buffalo within limit returning.
Illustrated booklet and full Information of
Ticket Agents, or B. M.' Newbold. D: P. A.,
1Mb and O Bis. N. W Washington. D. C.
(Evening Sessions Exclusively.)
th Year Opens October 1st, :M P. M.
Practical courses ef two, three and foul
years, leading to standard degrees la law.
Faculty of a, t whom a are Federal
Judges or practicing lawyers.
The degree of Uacnelor-of-laws can be se
cured In twu years.
Clan.ee limited to number permitting ef
The poet-graduate course leading te the de
gree ef Uaatcr-of-laws may be oompletod la
one year additional. No charge fer Patent
Law Course to members of the Post-graduate
, For catalogue, application blanks, etc., ad
. dress the Dean at the Administration Offices,
1 Southern liulldlng; phona Main MIT, or alter
. October 1. at National Law ttcneol ilulldtag.
I ni-tlt 13th street N. W.
The National Cathedral
School for Boys
An n, cptl country chool. occupying 1U
btutiji;l new horn oa
MT. ST. ALBAN
A rrepJtory Bchool oftertn xcpttouU
Tn acHooI building Ii on of tna moat mod
ra and brat eaulpped in th country. Th
faculty comprise colleia graduate! or rooog
Itoanllng and day department boy from
7 to if years.
rail term opens BeptemLer U, Ml
The BUnup of Wellington, president ef
toara r trueteee.
ler catalorue address.
E. L QREQQ,
COLLEGE OF LAW
For Women and Men.
1317 New York Ave.
UndersTSduste clatae now In sesilon.
Classes limited In number. Register now.
l'atent Law Class opens Thursday, Oct. td,
7 p. m., under the charge ot the llou. Cor
nellus C. Hillings, 1st Aset. Com. l'atenu.
roetgraduate Course LL. M. opens Tues
day, Oct. IUi, I p. m. Tuition, tSO.00.
The Dean. Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mueeey, Is
at the College from 10 to 3 and from 7 to i.
Thone M. SU for Catalogues,
THE CHINA SHOP
K1H New York Ave. N. W.
Classes In China, Water Color and Leather
Craft. Latest Ideas In decorations. White
china and all material. China larefully tired.
Day and night complete graded and college
preparatory coursee: co-vducatlonal; alee prl
ate coachlngt catalogues.
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In His Greatest Success.
'THE RAINBOW" .
With I be Original
Washington, and New York Cast.
World Series Rodler Scoreboard
Beats Now, He.
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Orchestra ( M.
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all asaaaer rem
la New' York1 .
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'PRICES 'Mo. Tie. 11.00. I1.S0.
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The Other Man
Next'Week-wmiara rarnum. In '"The LI
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Th' Great gMthweat
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'ise ieiiWBiae rsra
Course Tickets, R M. B.M, now gelling.
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Attractions EejtMllaf toe fl Theatres.
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WEEK-McINTTRB A HEATH. Edith
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IWrerol Praite Etery WuhaftM
Critic Uwses "Tw Little Brifas"
MESSRS. BHUBERT PRESENT
JAMES T. POWERS
In Ills Newest Musical Comedy Hit
TWO UITXE BMDES" .
DIRECT FROM ITS CASINO (N.-T.) RUN
Beauty Chorus and a thousand good laughs
Bpeclall-H.00 Matinee Wednesday-Extra I
NEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW.
a .. v n The
Annem tve Nermann
irtemwa: wmur tar
(in. aerrrs bb
Farewell week. THK GRKAT DIVIDE
kPoli's Refined Vaodevilk
Telephone Orders Iteaerred Seats.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY BY
KOLER. HALL at MORTON-
"THE QUEENS OF PARIS"
EXTRA ATTRACTION Clg A Edythe Franl
NEXT WEEK 'THE SOCIAL MAIDS.'
ALL THIS WEEK.
Ninety Per Cent Girls.
Next Wcek-MISS NEW YORK. JB.,
ARCADE SKATING RINK
14th St. aad Park road.
Opens (or the season
Wednesday Blckt. October 3ad
at 7 iS.
Blsar, Brighter aad Better thaa errer
DANfiTNO assbmblt dances.
UAllUiitU Every Thurs. A Bat. Eve.
Kat'l Rifles' Armory, contlnujua daaclnc i-11
Old Point Comfort
Low Week-End Rates
Hound Jp3& Trip
On Sale Fridays and Saturdays.
Also "Hotel Chamberlln Specials."
City Ticket Office Woodward
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co.
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTEJ
Two trips dally except Sunday to
L.v!ng Savanth 3 tract Wharf at II a. m.
and 1:20 p. m. Hound trio to cat. 50c
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Jeatab White A Bum Caoipaay,
will do well to consult dally the numer
ous and unusual barrralns offered In The
Times "For Sale Miscellaneous" Col
umns on lb Want Ad paces.