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THE .WASHINGTON TDIES, THTTRSDAY) OCTOBER 10, 1912
EGLOSE ON HOME
financial Condition of Vet-
eran Reaches Critical
NE YORK, Oct M.-So .desperately
critical lias Oen., Daniel E. Sickles'
financial condition become, It was learn
ed today, that the Dower Savings
Dank, which holds n mortgage of
tl18,000'on tho aged veteran's home, mis
notified thb general and his wife from
whom he has been separated thirty
two years, that foreclosure proceed
ings will be started today unless the
Interest, amounting to I2.KC duo on Au
KUst 1 last. Is paid.
As soon as she received the notice.
Mrs. Blckles visited tho bank with fcer
son, George Stanton Sickles, and con'
ferred with President Schcnck. It de
veloped that the general Is 111,000 In ar
rears for three years' taxes on his
Tiome. Tho assessed valuation of the
property Is IUS.0O0. President Bchenck
explained that foreclosure would be nee
essary because the State banking laws
forbid banks holding mortgages on
property on which taxes have not been
paid for three years.
Mrs. Sickles could not understand
why tho general was unable to meet
this comparatively small obligation
when ho. has raised many times the
mount through notes In the last few
Indebted to Wife.
"I hold a second mortgage on my
husband's home for 140,000," explained
Mrs. sickles, "lis owes me JH.OOo In
terest on this alone. Ills total Indebt
edness to me Is now 162,400. In addi
tion to that he has not contributed one
sent to my support or that of my child
dren since 1880. I feel now that I can.
not ruin myself by coming to his aid
again. He must reap what he lias
Stanton Sickles, angered by the gen
eral's recent attack on the character of
his mother, did not mince words in plac
ing the blame for his father's financial
"Women, women, and then more wom
en, are responsible!" exclaimed the son,
raising his hands despairingly. "lie has
wasted millions on and through women.
These latest troubles are due to Wall
Street speculations. Ills present house
keeper, Eleanor Earle Wllmerdlng, who
Is In large measure responsible for the
present estrangement between father
and mother. Is a Wall Street specula
tor. I believe my fathr has become
enmeshed In the web of Wall Street
"Father will not survlvo lonr after
being turned out of the home he lives in.
He told me as much as seven years
ago, when lie was In desperate financial
straits and when my mother came to
bis assistance. . .
"Father purchased the house In 1882,
assuming the first mortgage. I do not
understand why he could not keep It
up with his pension of W.000 a year,
money he draws from the jQettysburg'
Chattanooga. Memorial commission, and
tho" vast estate he' took- possession of
when my grandfather died."
Another tetter Made Public.
SUnton Sickles today produced an
other love letter written by his father
to a "prominent New York society wo
man." It reads:
To Miss , Windsor Hotel, Paris:
barling: I was always glad when you
came, always corry when you loft me,
always happy to go to you, always
irony to leave you, always ccontented
when with you, always satisfied to
sit by your side and hold your hand
and look Into your eyes and hear your
voice and hear you say "I love you."
It i was more to me than all else In
tho world. Those three words said to
me now by you would bring me back
to lite and strength and hope and Joy!
Oh, darllng-say them to me again and
from your heart and make me happy.
You have been more cruel to me than
any one else In the world, because fl
love you better than any other, and
more than an otners i ever Knew.
Washington, D. C, March 4, 1897.
"The brother of the woman I have
named sent me an anonymous letter
tir-watenlng my lire some time ago."
eat Mr. Sickles. "In France It would
a As id me lncomnarable pleasure to meet
hi oh 'la terrain de 1'honneur.' Of
course, he hasn't the courage, how
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and A MULTITUDE OF OTHElf DISEASES
It is a never failing
founded upon nature
the work nature intended they should in a smooth,
gentle manner no
COMING TO CAPITAL THEATERS'
ii.f . rrnM npimcnt In Newi
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York "A Butterfly On the Wheel," which
has been described as the most power
ful play of the year, will be seen at the
Belasco Theater next week, when Lewis
Waller, the English actor-manager,
sends an all-English company here to
Interpret the -work. , ..
The three principal characters In the
play are the Hon. Admaston, M. P., his
wife "Peggy," and a mutual trlond, Rod
erick Colllngwood. Admaston Is pre
occupied with politics and his practice,
and the butterfly wife soeks amusement
elsewhere. Colllngwood, who previous
to her marriage, had been a suitor for
hr hntitl. atlll ilnvM Mrs. Admaston.
He plans that they shall be separated
from a party and bo compelled to spend
mo xngni logemer in a i-ans iwi,
scheme works out all right except for
thA fart hnt n. thtM nartv becomes ac
quainted with Colllngwood's Intentions,
and anonymously notifies tho husband.
Late In the evening Admaston calls up
his wife at the Paris hotel, and thn
telephone In her room Is answered by
Colllngwood. Next .morning Admaston
arrives and turns his wife adrift.
Three months later comes' the now
famous trial scene which shows an en
tile court room In all Its completeness
and perfection as to detail. The frail
little woman Is occupying the witness
box. She Is subjected to the most hu
miliating examination In which detec
tives and the like try to swear away
her character. In vain she appeals to
tha court. The examination must go on.
But "Peggy's" strength Is not equal to
the ordeal, and In the end she swoons,
her body falling across the ratling of
the witness box. The scene Is one of
vividness and great dramatic strength.
Few plays of recent years have mado
such universal appeal to the American
public as has the American drama by
Booth Tarklngton and Harry Leon Wil
son, "The Man From Home," In which
William Hodge comes to the Columbia
next Monday night tor a week's en
gagement While the whole atmosphere
pf tho play abound with Italian sug-
Bcstlbn, and In fact every scene Is
laid In that country, the spirit of tho
play Is purely American. The principal
character, Daniel Voorhees Pike, a
plain lawyer from Kokomo, Ind., played
by Mr. Hodge, is so vlrlle'a type of
the American man of buslness.Ncalm
nnd Imperturbable under tho stress of
'abnormal conditions, that he cannot
ran 10 appeal lo the entirety or theater
goers. The Llebler Company have cast
ine piay 'wun ineir usual cane and
exactness, and the scenic arrangement
Is of unusual excellence. In New York
all attendance records were broken, and
aunng me lours itircaay made Its suc
cess throughout the country has bean
as great as It enjoyed In the four cities
mentioned. Throughout It 'Is the cm
bodlment of true, clean, wholesome.
Under the management of Werba &
Luescher, Christie Macdonald, most
charming of all the younger prima don
nas, and the company associated with
her during Hie long New York run, will
play an engagement at the National
Theater, beginning next Monday, In the
Joyous bubbling operetta "The Spring
Maid" that Is now enjoying Its second
season on tour and playing to audi
ences whose slxe and enthusiasm have
frequently exceeded that of Its first sea
son. The lilting melodies of this fascinating
romance are now known everywhere,
but time does not diminish their charm.
Lovers of music are familiar with Its
seductive waltz song, "Day Dreams;"
Its charming duet of romance, "Two
Little Love Bees;" "The Fountain
Fay." and "How I Love a Pretty
Facer." Everywhere the orchestras' are
featuring them In their programs, bit
like flattery the more one hears of
them, the more ono wants. Clean and
wholesome throughout the pretty little
romance charmingly told In "The Spring
Maid" Is a dainty little tidbit that ap
peals to the amusement appetite of all.
In the support of Miss Macdonald
will be a splendid cast of stage fa
vorites headed by Tom McNaughtoa.
the funniest cofnedlsn England has
ever sent over here, and Including Miss
Elgle Bowen. Thomas Conkey, John P.
MacSweency, Miss Grace Ady, Charles
W, Meyers, Miss Josephine Knapp.
Charles Hart. There will also be tho
celebrated "Spring Maid" chorus and
ballet of fifty, and an orchestra of
Chase's next week will be given
over to music, merriment, and novel
ties, the central attraction being Kate
Ellnore and Sam Williams, late of
"Naughty Marietta," In which Miss
Ellnore made an emphatic hit Re
turning to vaudeville she will be seen
with Mr. Williams In "The Hunter
The extra added attraction will be
"My Lady's Fans," the latest Paris
ian creation. In whloh there are beau
tiful living- reproductions of the fan
paintings by Julian Dive, the French
decorative artist Six perfectly form
ed and gracefully posed Parisian mod
els give life to the scenes, which are
said to be enhanced further by ar
tistic scenlo Investiture and electrical
The third Inclusion will be the In-
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Production of "Ths Top O'Ths. Wor d
ftanccra." and "The Cbllle Ballet" In
the , spectacular terpsichorean fantasy,
"Kris Krtngle's Dream" In which tho
"Doll Princess," the "polar Bear,"
"JnMc-ln-the-Box." and other familiar
childhood characters are jplayed by
Kathleen i-nnoru. uonwe noian, Ar
thur Hill, and other Broadway play
ers. Next will be the former favorite
character comedian of ths Columbia
Players of this city, Stanley James.
odle will add comlo songs and amus
ing chatter, ana uooinson isewuoiu
and Marie Louise Orlbben, late of
Miss hook of tiouana, ine xannee
Consul," and other musical comedy
successes in wnicn tney were lec
tured, will give a lively musical revue.
Ben Beyer and brother. In eccentric
comedy exploits, the pipe organ re
citals at 1:30, 7:30, and at Intermis
sion, and the Animated .Weekly mo
tion pictures, are the remaining num
bers In the program.
Manager James Thatcher promises
that the second week's bill at Poll's
vaudeville playhouse will be even better
than the- satisfying opening week's pro
gram. Ward and Curran, famous as
minstrel entertainers for many seasons,
and for the last ten years vaudeville
headline In "The Terrible Judge," will
be the headline feature at the Avenue
theater next week with a new sketch
called "The Stage Door Tender,"
which Is said to offer Mr. Ward his
hi'rirtst opportunities In the wholo
thirty-seven years of his theatrical
..-.. t?,an,n', AhllllAla Will DA tile
arenlo feature of the bill. France Is
AMivniiMi ns one of the sreatest anl
mal trainers of the age, and his mon
keys are sold practically to disprove
the story that only man has the power
to reason. The simians are assisted In
their act by some wonaenuuy inter
flunnlementtnx these two big features
are the Premier Duo, a musical act:
Felix Adler, with a brand new line of
Jokes and parodies for his monologue:
the Zola Bisters In an attractive dancing
rnerlalty; Clark and Verdi, original
Italian parodists: the Langdons, in a
romedv sketch which will be especially
appealing to automobile enthusiasts,
and the Poll photoplays.
Frenzied finance Is the theme of "The
Gamblers," Charles Klein's drama which
begins an engagement of one week at
the New Academy Theater next Mon
day night As questions of the day
have been this author's subjects in his
greatest successes, it will be found In
this play that he has grasped one of
the most timely discussions of the hour.
There Is a strong undercurrent of
sympathy In Mr. Klein's late effort for
In It there Is a plea for the "under dog."
as It were. And although a bank
wrecker Is Jailed by a prosecuting at
torney who does his duty, his argument
Is for the man "who Is further down."
"The Gamblers" Is a drama of In
tense Interest It Is stirring, has melo
dramit of the highest type, with many
human touches. The essential points
of the story concern a young Danker
who has committed a techlncal breach
of the law In a duel with larger Inter
ests, a Federal prosecuting attorney
who discovers It and uses It for selfish
political advancement and the wife of
To the legal entanglement In which the
young banker becomes Involved Is add
ed a complication wun ine prosecutors
wife. To save his father from the
penalty of complicity In the bank's af
fairs, of which he has been entirely
Ignorant the son goes to the attor
ney house to steal Incriminating
lie is aiscoverea oy ine wire, wno
refuses to give them up and in the
middle of his plea for them Is discov
ered by the attorney himself, whose se
cret agents have warned him. Ills
suspicious nature at once jumps to con
clusions, he divorces his wife and has
the young man sent to prison.
Next week's attraction at the Lyceum
will be Charles Daniels' "Whirl of
Mirth," which comes here this season
In brand new attire and with every
promise of presenting a program of
brilliant burlesque, high grade vaude
ville and a beauty display. The per
formance In Its entirety may be des
cribed as a quick, merry-go-round of
fun, song and glitter, opening with a
lively burletta entitles: "Cartoon Land,"
Introducing the entire company, Includ
ing Eddie B. Collins. Frank Walsh.
Clyde J. Bates, Tod Browning, George
Topack. Leon Mayo, the Georgia Twin
Alice Walker, Fannv Bt. Clair, Ethel
Vernon and Flossie McCloud.
The olio which follows Is claimed to
be the best connected with this style of
an attraction and Is composed of exclu
sive features from the leading vaude
ville houses. The closing event, "Rub
bing It In," Is said to be the biggest
ever offered In burlesque.
All the games of -the world's series
will be reproduced on the Playograph
throughout the week.
A "garage of glee" is the name which
has been given to the Gayety Theater
during the engagement of the "Taxi
who wun a capaDie nine snuaa ok
funmakers will present "Blxby's
nab v." teeming with 'funny lines and
situations. "Lads O'Mel-
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of unknown varieties of
somethings half cooked or
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Olrls" company next week! This is one
of the speediest' shows of the burlesque k
""". naea by the gifted Farrell
Taylor Trio. Assistant funmakers and
singers who will be conspicuous In the
cast are Ida Bayton, a prima donna:
Ward , and Bohlman, a singing and
dancing team: the Semon Duo. and tha
ai -.., viiusuii tui Ilia VAVIVIl"
Xn..jLt,eJ,r1ncl!'" nd lively chorus
M.i7h.? .?xl. airU" ' ca"a "ln
vnture or 2.000 American actors who
attempt to start a circus In Mexico dur
n,5 revolutionary times.
, vaudeville feature of "The Taxi
Olrls' is unusually elaborate, and tho
f.?.""1 ,re "w to he among the most
picturesque seen here this season,
With "See America First" as his slo
gan, Dwlght Elmendorf this afternoon
will give the first of. his series of lec
tures at the New National Theater.
As his subject for the first lecture he J
has chosen ''The Heart of the Rockies,"!
-..u uuiiii. mc scries no win carry nis
hearers through the picturesque Great
West showing the wonderful beauties
of our own country,
Mr. Elmendorf has Just returned from
nn. extended trip over the Southwestern
and Western part of the Continent, and
all of the pictures are new.
"Curing a Tenor", la the name of an
amusing farce comedy promised at the
Casino Theater next week by Paola
Cremonesl and company. -The climax
of the act In which a sensible wife who
has pretended to poison her husband
leaves an offensive admirer alone with
his body. Is said to be "excruciatingly
Linden and Buckley, blackface
comlques. appear In a musical offering.
Tbs bill Includes Vlota Duo, with 'a nov
elty In the way of polite entertainment!
El BrendeL a German comedian, ln a
laughable act with special scenery;
Raphael Qualano, In a unique musical
sketch, and an act yet to be announced.
There will also be new and enjoyable
film features to supplement the vaude
The musical act which will be present
ed at the Cosmos next week by the Ma
loetla Sextet a half dozen dainty maids
of meioay, is said to be one of the un
usually attractive features of the bill,
It requires the entire stage for Its pre
sentation. Another big offering is
promised In the Four Harmony Boys,
late a feature of Lew Dockatader's
company. In a tabloid offering of min
strelsy. Including songs, stories and
quartet numbers. Another wllj be Or
sone and D'Osta, "The harp virtuoso
and simply a girl," In an attraction In
cluding classic harp selections of real
George Barry, Ethel Mildred and Com
pany will appear In a laughable absurd.
Itv entitled "The Plumber's Mistake:'
Goldrlck and Moore, In musical comedy,
and Vera Ounnlng will bo seen ln a
novel and entertaining number. The
Pathe Weekly Review of current world
events will head the list of film fea
John Grieve's Musical Stock Com
pany, which opened Iti season at tho
Majestic Theater last Monday In a vei-7
funny little comedy, entitled "Jimmy
Valentine's Pal," Is rehearsing anoth
er musical extravagnnza. "The Sulu
Sultan's Bride," which will be seen at
the Majestic next Alonaay ana tne rest
of the week.
"The Sulu Sultan's Bride" Is a rollick
ing Oriental farce, and the manage
ment promises a complete production,
with gorgeous costumes and a full cast
of principals. Including Miss Elva
Grieves and Miss Nina Collins, P.usa
Forth. Ralph Earle, Blllle Bowers, Billy
Stanford. Nora iviany. i.una uayion.
Elizabeth Hoehn, Mollle O'Toole, Mar
lon Fairfax, Anna Fairfax, Pal ma Law
rence, Irma Davis. Hose Kennedy, Tina
Davis. Gladys Fisher. Mazle Wilson,
Nella Gcrstrlch, Ida Prentice, Flo Keel-
er, Hilda Uslne, carnitine laiks. uaitn
IjiCrosoc. Thclma Llndsey, Maybelle
Eller. Edna Reed, and Anna I.allnrt.
Miss Nina Collins, the Washington
girt whose fine soprano voice '.s heard
to such good advantage this week in
"Jimmy Valentine's Pals" will render
Individual numbers, as will .Miss
Frances Scott and Elvn Grieves.
Dally matlnejs are given at 2 o'clock;
nlsht performances at 8 o'clock.
The Rodler electric scoreboard will
again be In operation at the Columbia
Theater tomorrow afternoon with the
quickest possible service from the ball
grounds where the New York Giants
and the Boston Red Sox are fighting out
their claims for the championship of
the world. The game starts promptly
at t o'clock.
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SENATOR WORKS TO
Resolution Believed To Be
Aimed at Col. Roosevelt
To Be Pressed.
A determined effort will be mado .In
the coming sesrlon of Congress to
pass the amended Works resolution
for an amendment to the Constitu
tion which will limit tho President
to one term of six years.
Senator Works Is in Washington,
and says iie Intends to urge tho pas
sage of the resolution the coming
winter. He Is preparing 'a speech on
the subject Senator Cummins report
ed the resolution out of the Judiciary
Committee, and he Is expectod to in
sist on passage of the measure
llirougn the senate. The House is
looKea on as favorauie to tne resolu
tion. Senator Works save that he la not
particular whether the term Is six
years or onlv four. What he insists
on Is the one-term principle, so that
wnen a man ibkcs tne iTisioency ne
may1 not be led to the use of patron,
age or other Influences for the pur-
pssa ot geting a second or a third
The resolution is the unfinished
business In the Benate and apparently
It will reach a vote, though there Is
marked opposition to It This comes
to some extent from the friends of
Colonel Roosevelt who think the
measure Is aimed at him, or at least
that an element In tho Senate wanta
It chiefly because It would prevent'
him from again running for President
If It were ratified by the States.
On the other hand, there Is pronounced
opposition to the measure on Its merits
among some of the Senators who be
lieve that the'ons-term notion would
be a mistake. They take the view that
for a man to go Into the White House,
with the knowledge he had no further
favors to ask from the people, would
make him arbitrary, and, In case ot
n weak president, would maica mm es
pecially usable by the big Interests.
They hold that the fact a President Is
eligible to a second term, or more, so
far as the Constitution Is concerned,
tends to make the man who happens
to be Chief Executive feel hla respon
sibilities to the masses ot the voters.
Whether the States would ratify the
amendment If prroposed Is doubtful. At
any rate. It would take much time. Tho
slouness with which tho proposed In
come tax amendment has been disposed
of Indicates this. One thing that would
tend to help It along Is that while many
enemies of Roosevelt want the amend
ment to become a part of the Consti
tution, In case Woodrow Wilson la
elected his enemies will want to shut
him off with one term, and In rase
President Taft Is re-elected his oppon
ents will want to block him Trom a
OF STATE NOW 47.
Cardinal Merry del Val Cele
brating Birth Anni
versary. Cardinal Merry del Vol, Papal secre
tary of State, is celebrating the forty-
seventh anniversary of his Dirtn toaay.
He was born ln London, where his
father was secretary of the Spanish em.
Dr. Fridjof Nansen, the famous Arctic
explorer, is nfty-one yesrs old today,
nnd Henry Wade Rogers, dean of the
Yale law school, has reached his fifty
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Is celebrating his forty-second birthday,
and Congressman Dudley M. Hughes,
of the third Georgia district, has reach
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Matlasea at 3I1S
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THC fftrbi Mrf
IfTsfsW Cess-May sf'M.
IWtXTWs 1 U WW
(The Me bier Co., Maaaareta)
la the Sueecw of the Ceatary
THE MAN FROM HOME
By Booth TarklBKtoa asid Harry
1 f-i YtVlla-jH- ' ..
Boo Tlsnea (7 Weeks) la Wow York
MATlNEB.HATtmDAT. ' "
A. II, WOODS Presents
In Edward Tepls's Sensational. Buecses.
!"E LITTLEST REBEL
The Oreatsst Wsr Play In Tears. k
. TDK HEART-, or THB BVCsXUU
Oct. IT, Ortnd Csnion; Oct. M. Greet south
west; Oct , a. PaclUo Coast; Nor. 7. Isllsw
SJ?1" "?. "'""s for all lecture.
WEIUIA A MJESCHER Present
In ths Everjeysns Operetta, t'
TBI irilRSMAII J
With ths Htw York CSst. Including Tom Mo-
Pop. Wed. Mat, 25c to f 1. Sat. Mat,
2oO to 11.50. Nights, Wc to 2. '
"TUB PERFECT WOMAN.'S
In "Undine". and ."The Rose ot'Mez
lea" TO Associate Players and
Dancing , Olrls. '
NEXT WEEK-BEATS NOW.
The Sensations! Dramatic Succsss
A BUTTERFLY AWHEEL
Cut Include th leading artUU from
the notable London. and New York pro
auction - ,
Moat DesutlfUI Theatre ln America.
Attractions! Enuallna the t2 Theatrta.
Daily Male. K A ROc. Kven-.. M ft Uc
MclNTTRE & HEATH '
IK THEIR rAMOUS MINSTREL,
FARCKH. Wed. & Thurs., "Tb Man
Fmm MontAns." frt. A fist.. Tha
Oeorsia Minstrels." EDITH HEtpNA.
UUB VAI1 St JUK BUHKr.1.11. ucri
Levy. Max's Circus. Ac. S Great Acts.
NttXT WEEK Kate. Elinor Sam
Williams. "My Ltdr's Fans." gunley
James Co. tc Day Beats Today. .
Eve. SS, W ft Oae,
MATS.. TUBS.. THURS. AND SAT.
ROBERT MILLIARD'S Great Success.
"A FOOL THERE WAS"
First Tiro. st Less Than M Prleei.
NEXT WEEJC TUB GAMBLERS,
Inaugural Week of Hlsh-Clas VsudrtllK.
10 BIO FEATURES 10
Includlns "A NIQHT IN THE TARK."
tabloid musical comedy; th Gasuoux,
European Jussllnf Act; EckhofT Gor
don, Id Bongs and Dances; Morris &
Kramer, Mlnstnl Entertainers; Deal
La Court. Slating Comedlenns; Plstro,
the Accordlon-Itano Wonder; and Mys
terious Edna. MATINEES DAILY.
YOU UKB1 JL1JEiJJm D1ILT
ALL THIS WEEK.
HISS NEW YORK, Jr.
Joi. K. Wattea ud Will Cekia
And All Star Cast.
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION,
All the world's series nun's will b shown
en the playograph preceding tb, ahow at
exactly tb sam time as played on ths-.ball
Next Wek-THB WHIRL OF MIRTH.
9th St and Pat. Ave.
' JOHN GRIEVES
Big Stock Musical Comedy Ce.
and High-Class VamJeviDc
TODAY AT 2 TONIGHT AT 8
Prices. 10c, 15c, 25c
At Two Performances Dally Jae Hurtlg Offers
Supported Ry a Great Cast, Including
Returns of World's Series Games frsra
Next Week-THE TAXI GIRLS.
4 COMPLETE SHOWS DAILY 4
Alders Great Polar Bearc
The Only Act of Its Kind a (
ARCADE SKATING RINK
lsth St. and Park road.
3. Sessions Dally
Morning; Afternoon Night
Ti A tJtVtTJfl A.SSEMDLT DANCES.
iAllUinvr Every Thurs.-ft. Sst. Kr.
Nat'l Rifles' Armory, Continuous danelog s-lt.
ATLANTIC CITV, N. J.
doalak Wfclto as Soaa Conttaay.
TIMES WANT ADS