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THE WASHIflGTPN TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER H, 1912.
DAS MAN ENTERED
H. p. Todd, of Anne Arundla
County, Will Make Fight
K For Congress.
HTATT3VILLB, Md., Oct. It-Congressman
Tom Parran and the Demo
cratic nominee, Frank O. Smith, aro not
going to have their race for Congresa
In the Fifth district of Maryland all to
themielvee, for whether Harry Qulnh
cornea out on the Progressive ticket,
there la atlll another -man now In the
field. IX. o; Todd, of West River, Anne
Arundle county. The Prohibition party
of thli district picked him aa their
tandard bearer at their district con
vention held recently In La Plata. The
convention was presided over by J. E.
Wetherall, of Charles county, and Ha
secretary waa Edward Colllnaon, of
Anne Arundle couaty.
Dr. Richard S. Hill.
ment of larmera' Institute, or upper
--- --i .
Marlboro, and Director II. J. Patterson,
of .the Maryland agricultural experi
ment atatlon at College Park, have been
nimMl hv. Governor Qoldsboroush aa
delegatea to represent Maryland at the
second annual land ahow In New Tork,
November' 15 to December 2, under the
auspices of the American Land and
Irrigation Exposition Company.
There la to be a large Democrats
mass meeting In Upper Marlboro on
Wednesday, October 23. Among the
speakers will be Frank O. Smith, Demo
crats nominee for Congress from this
district, and Hon. J. Thomaa Heflln,
member of Congress from Alabama.
The Rt Rev. Alfred Harding, blahop
of Washington, -will visit Plnkney Me
morial Episcopal Church here next Sun
day at 11 o'clock, and St. John's Episco
pal Church at Mt. Rainier at 4 o'clock
In the afternoon.
Robert W. Wells, who has been In
the West for the past several weeks on
business for the Kansaa City and Orient
railroad, la expected to return to his
home hens Saturday,
The Btrltland Public Improvement As
sociation 1a endeavoring to have a
higher standard maintained In the
schools In the county. President Charles
L; Jenkins aays there should be morn
co-operation between the parents and
the teachers. A great many of the pupils
are sent to scnooi, dui never auena.
A new fltata hank, controlled entirely
by German-Americans, has opened for
business at Brandywlne. The officers
are: President, Paul Johannsen, of Bal
timore; cashier, Herman Badenhoop, and
the assistant cashier la Mlas Badenhoop.
Prof. C. C Merriken, of Federalaburg,
Caroline county, has been appointed
principal of the Brentwood school. Ills
assistants are Misses Mary Nalley,
Beall, M. E.H11I, Delia Nalley. Mildred
Bcaggs, and Flora Weber. Prof. Merri
ken is a graduate of Charlotte Hall
Town Treasurer William A. Shepherd
has returned from a visit to Pittsburg..
Falls Church Holds
A Progressive rally was held at Falls
Church last evening. Senator Moses E.
Clapp of Minnesota, and Frank J. Ho--ran,
national committeeman from the
District, were the chief speakers. An
address by A. 8. Woodland, of the State
executive committee, opened the meet
Inp;. Local issues were dealt with by W.
W. Wrlnht. of Alexandria county. He
declared the Independent vote In Vir
ginia would be a big factor In favor of
1 the Roosevelt campaign.
The District of Columbia central com-
! mlttee. headed by Chairman Joseph E.
Sardo, and the following members went
to the meeting In a special car: Secre
tary William A. Hlckey. Col. J. B.
Clarke. W. J. McQeary. Noel A. Mar
tin. A. Brand. R. R. McElroy. the Rev.
W. A, L. Morton. Elmer E. Carroll. J.
F. McCourry, James B. Duty, John J.
Dillon. Wi W. White, Harry I. Qulnn.
Lewis M. Bernstein. James D. O'Leary,
and Benjamin Hawley.
End of Cuban Struggle
Senor Antonio Martin Rlvero, Cuban
minister to the United States, enter
tained at a banquet at the New Wlllard
a gathering or his brother Pan-Amerl-cun
diplomats yesterday afternoon In
commemoration of the anniversary of
the termination of tho ten-year war for
Senor Rlvero made an eloquent ad
rdress dedicated to the martyrs of the
Cuban struggle for liberty.
i y j?mr n.. v
JTT l rr
' is far better than lard because it is a vegetable product, never makes.
tooQ greasy, never
DIES WHEN READY ,
TO ATTEND FUNERAL
Anacostia Woman Succumbs To Sudden Illness Cob
bler's Body Is Buried In St. Mary's Cemetery Gov
ernment Asylum Patients Will Hold Dance.
WABINOTON TIMES BUREAU.
ANACOSTIA, D. C. OCT. It
Vldo Bombreeco, proprietor of a ahoa
ahop In .Nichols avenue, waa burled
yesterday from St. Teresa's Church.
Ills funeral waa largely attended, the
bedy being conveyed to Its reatlng placa
In Bt Mary's Cemetery, Washington, by
many of his countrymen.
Vldo waa fifty-two years old.
The audden death of Mrs. Marie Roa
elll. wife of Antonio Roselll, Italian
resident of the Good Hope road, wan
reported yesterday, making the second
"eath among Italians here within a
few daya. Mra. Roselll waa In good
health apparently on Wednesday even-
;. She had made arrangements to
go with her husband to the funeral of
Vldo Bombresco, their countryman.
They had arranged for a conveyance
ike them to the cemetery.
MM. Roselll waa taken III yesterday
morning about E o'clock at her home.
iikyt nnnd Hone road. Cerebral hem
orrhage had developed and when phy
sicians arrived, death had ensued. She
was thirty-five years old. Surviving her
r. hr husband and several children.
Antonio Is a lamp lighter In the aub-
riiti.nl arrangements for the dead
oman have not been completed,
The employee of the Government Hoa
pltal for the Insane will give their .first
dance of the season tonight In the chapel
hall. They will have aa their guests a
large number of people from the city.
The committee In charge hay for Its
The committee In charge has ror us
.mw Mi.e. Margaret McKalvey, I
NuSEdwrts! NSSToHver. and Wll-1
THREE ARE KILLED
IN OIL DOCK FIRE
Three Steamers and Schooner Par
' tially Destroyed at
Bayonne, N. J.
NEW TORK, Oct, 1L Three men lost
their lives last night In a fire, which
partially destroyed three steamers and
a schooner, at the docks of tne btana
ard OH Company In Bayonne, N. J.
The blase started with an explosion
aboard the steamer Dunholme. and
quickly spread to the Narragansctt.
Cornet, and Saxallne. although the lat
ter three, alt laden with oil, were quick
ly towed out Into the Kill von Kull by
Standard Oil tugs.
The docks were ablaxe and the Kill
Von Kull Itself seethed with flames
that were consuming the spilled OIL
From the burning and deserted eblps
sounded at brief Intervale the explos
ions of naphtha and "water white" oil.
Foreman Frank Nesblt. of the Dun
holme, was killed. Peter Lennon and
John Joyce, deckmen, met death when
a loading platform from "which they
were fighting the fire collapsed.
The burning vessels were towed out
Into midstream and played upon by
tugs until the Are aboard them was
n'.nm v. nlrrord. of the Standard
Oil Company, of New Jersey, said the
carnage as sdqui 9ju,w-j w ih dun
holme. JM0.000 to the Comet, and J300,
000 to the pier.
Eight men wero plckod up from the
water by tugs.
Policeman Beat Him,
Says Deaf Baker
Police Inspector Boyle today Is In
vestigating a complaint filed by Nathan
Dodkln. a baker, of 413V4 Franklin street
northwest, that he was assaulted by a
nollceman at New Jersey avenue and
L street early yesterday morning.
Dodkln says there were two police-
men at the corner ana inai a no pu-oa
one of them struck him In the face and
felled him. Dodkln la deaf and aald
he did not know whether any remark
had been addressed to him before the
alleged assault. Inspector Boyle Is en
deavoring to learn the Identity of the
-ilxeman who Is alleged to have as
saulted the baker, and It Dodkln Is able
to Identify hla assault, he will prob
ably be brought up before the police
trial board on charges.
fond of pastry, but if made from lard
it's bound to be
and isn't good for their little
it's too expensive at
J! i Tl. it,,,
causes inuigesuun. xl ia uic
1 1 1 .. 0. ...lv,-. 1-i.K,
one-third the price. So why be
Feed the "laddies'! their
fill of pastry if made from
Cottolene it won't harm
Cottolene is both econom-
' ical and healthful.
Made only by THE N. & FAIRBANK COMPANY
Ham B, Thrall, Spencer Readmond, and
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Oar
man Orphan Asylum, Mrs. Kathertne
Barthell. president, met yesterday after
noon in the Institution, and made ar
rangements for one more meeting there,
after which the gatherings of the wom
en will be held In Baenborbund Hall, The
Ladles' Hewing Boclety, Mrs. Loeffler,
president, will meet at the asylum on
next Wedneaday, and once more there
after before beginning Its town meet
ings In the home of the members.
, The Men's Club, of the Esther Me
morial Protestant Episcopal Church of
Congress Heights was entertained last
evening at the home of Prof. Fulton B.
Karr. In Nichols, avenue. During the
evening there was a rehearsal of the
minstrel show to be given In Anacostia
Maaonle Hall next month. "?
Mrs. Mary Btlvens, .who was formally
Miss Engefke, of Anacostia, Is very 111
In a sanitarium In Staunton, Vs., ac
cording to Information received by rela
tives hero. Her mother has come from
Panama, and will visit her. Mrs. En
trance Is stopping for a while with Mrs.
Randolph I Jennings, another daugh
ter. In southeast Washington.
A "harvest home" r.upper Is being
arntnged for by the women of the Ana
costia M. E. Church to be held the
latter part of the month In Methodist
Harry Osborne has contracted for the
fiurchaae of the former Tolson property
n Shannon street. Mr. Osborne wilt
occupy a portion or the house nimscir.
The nroDertT consists of a large parcel
of ground Improved by a framo dwell-
mg conioinin-; ""'J" "";, " "
been used as a flat for some time. Th
premises belonged to Julius W. Tolson.
TO COMPLETE f LEET
Greatest Group of War Craft at
New Yorlc, Ever Seen in
Land-Inclosed Harbor. '
NEW YORK, Oct ll.-Wlth the ar
rival today of the destroyer squadron,
the mobilization of tho Atlantic feet
was completed, and, stretched In par
allel lines all along the east side of
the North river from Spuyten Duyvel to
Twenty-third street, was the greatest
assemblage of war craft ever gathered
In a land-Inclosed harbor. Only once
have more warships been grouped at
once, and that waa at tne recent re
view of tho British fleet by King Oeorjo
This was tne laai oi tne on aays
for the fleet, and was devoted to re
ception of visitors and shore leavo for
aa marry of the men aa could be spared.
Tomorrow the formal program of exer
cises in honor or tne visitors oeginay
ending with the grand review by Presi
dent Taft Monday and Tuesday.
Holding a Revival
A two weeks' revival Is being held In
the Hyattsville Methodist Episcopal
Church, conducted by the Rev. James
M. Belt. The meetings began Sunday
and will be held each night until Oc
The Rev. Belt, previous to the start
of the Hyattsville meetings, conducted
a two weeks' revival at the Brentwood
Methodist Episcopal Church. Fifteen
-persons were converted.
Former District Man
Heads Electric Society
At the meeting of the American
Electric Railway Association In Chica
go yesterday, George H. Harries, for-
mert7 of thla city, and now of Chicago,
waa elected prealdent Other officers
elected were: Vice preatdents, Chatles
N. Black, of San Francisco; C. Lbomts
Allen, of Utlca; C. L. Henry, of In
dianapolis, and John A. Beeler, of
Denver; secretary-treaaurer, II. C. Do
necker. of New York. .
J.II. Neal, of Boston, was elected
president of the Electrto Railway Ac
The little tots are always
greasy and indigestible,
stomachs; if made from
present butter prices.
..t n V,,,Ji.. J. ,L..f.l
cqueu . uuliw at auum.
J I JUL. I..J1 I is j-s -! -f-Q
. .1 a
3 Ubleipootu Cittiuai
i err volka 1 white
Va cup innr
Vi cup milk
2Acur)i flour 1 cup freihlymaihed potatoes
Yf teupoon salt 3 teaspoons baking powder
V& teaip'n grd macs 'i ttup'n gT'd nutmeg
Cream the Cttttltni. add stif-ar, then the eggs,
Itlrlnpotatoandmllk.add flour graduallr'UH
mora If necetuty. Roll and cut all doughnut!
needed before frying. Fry In ittpCtttilent.
IS APPROVED BY
Preferable to Single Director,
As People Have Voice,
' Report Holds.
That a board of charities Ms prefer
able to one director of charities, Is the
unqualified opinion of the committee on
charities and corrections of the Board
of, Trade, as Incorporated In the report
the committee will submit to the full
board. It was the second time the
matter had- been brought before tho
committee. In their first report they
upheld the board Idea, but this was
referred backftto them. At the meeting
of the comrrllttee yesterday afternoon
In the Board of Trade rooms. It was
shown that the Board of Charlttea and
the Board of Education are the only
organizations In the District In which
the people have a direct voice, and for
that reason there should be no chaiip
from the present plan.
The committee also urged that people
stop giving money to any charity which
has not been passed on by the commit-
tee. It Is claimed that enormous sums
of monev are wasted In this way. The !
rnmmlttee has annroved fortv charltlca '
and dlsanDroved two. Others are now
being Investigated. Cards aro given so
licitors who have passed the examina
tion of the committee, and it was urged
that people demand thla card whenever
approached by a solicitor.
That Congress be asked to abolish the
hospital buildings on the almshouse site
and establish a municipal hospital on
the grounds where the Tuberculosis
Hospital now stands waa also recom
mended by the committee.
The committee denounced hanging as
barbarous and aald It should bo abol
ished. Electrocution was termed more
Humane and, ahould be adopted as the
method of putting criminals to death,
the committee agreed.
Walter C. Clephane, chairman of the
-f - ,.
The Gold Dust Twins9
F you have ever fumed and
and rust, and said unto yourself, Oh, dear! This household
work will kill. I fear" then it is time that you should find
tome other method far more kind.
Of all the woes a housewife bears, one always fills her day
I Thm Ea$iel Way I
and plates and cans, no task of man, however grim, the half
as mean is handed him.
Two little willing workers aim to enter in this household
game: their job, the lessening of work, a task that neither of'
them shirk. With active little hands and brains they grab the
irksome household reins, till soon each kettle, pot or dish, is
Now, Mrs. Drudge, the Gold Dust
Twins! Henceforth, as dishes congregate, and dingy pots that
cannot wait; when cutlery, in sad array, awaits you at the
close of day "Cheer Up!" Forget the labor planned: .'You
have two -aids at your command.
Is an art.
I have mastered
your teeth sound
strong without causing you
pain. Don't suffer with those de
cayed teeth any longer. Let me
treat them now, and you can pay
at your convenience. SEE ME
EASY PAYMENT TERMS
Examination Free Gas Administered
Fillings in Gold, Silver Gold Crowns and
Platinum and Porcelain Bridgework
50c and $1.00 II $3, $4, $5
427-429 Seventh Street N.W.
UVI'lt GHANl) UNION TKA CO.
Lnnteat ruiil Most Thoronnlily nqnlpiieil Parlora In AVaahln-fton.
Appointments May He Mmle ly Telephone. -....
Hour., 8 to O. Sata. and Weils., until 8 p. . Sunday Hours, to to 4.
iiiiTi-iniiir. ni"IICl'i 3(1 West I.exhiston Street.
lMIlI.ADIJl.l'IUA orriCI'i S IC.
aro In the right
committee, presided, and thi following
other members attended; William M.
Shustor, George C. fihlnn, William McK.
Clayton, Thomas W. Smith, Samuel W.
Corridan, and J, W. Latlme'r.
Dental Class Election.
P. W, Peyton has been elected presi
dent of the Junior dental class of
Oeorge Washington University, P. Q.
Fltxpatrick, vice presldentl C. C. Hoc
key, secretary; R. O. Hlgglns. treas
urer; It. M. Desmond, class editor, ana
R. M. Pierce, scrgeant-at-arms.
Lttfirs tf a SllM-Madt
Wimir. U Hir Fat Slttar
Second Letter Ob tka Heritage ef
Dear Blss-Tou'vs heard the adags "Uks
Father, Like Bon." Well, I never before
thought of It applying to vartatness until
today. Clara Moore wa hers with her 11-ycar-otd-boy.
lie s enormous weighs near
ly ICO pounds. Bhe came to ask how I re
duced myself, to' my present slim trlmness.
Of course, I told her about Msrraola In
scription Tablets How they- contain subtly
the Teams Ingredients as the Mermola Pre
scription that 'took oft my '."
her they were perfectly harmless. -BaM
she'd be willing .to" buy a ton of them If
they did any good at all. The boy Is a
tremendous eater and Is too lasy to take
.M -, .i.. .1l rmt nnnla Bret, but you
know I stopped starving and cavorting long
refors I sianea m- iv.
That's the beauty of this wonderful method
It Isn't dependent upon -wr mmr irwi
ment And 1 know I'M doing that boy a
iSTfew months, he'll be solid and smooth
skinned, with better figure and health than
o.er Ufore and he need nerer again dread
the estreme obesity that Is now such a
family trait. , . ,. . ,. ,.
If more parent knew that for 75o they ' could
purchase a large is 01 Marmoia .'jijnp-
tlon Tablets from tneir orugsis. r xv. ar
mola Co. (Farmer IlWg.. Deirolt, micb.i.
hereditary everfatness would be a thing of
the past. Won't you think sot
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
AMEMCA'R FAMOUS ALL-YEAR RESORT.
For Itest. Recreation, or Pleasure.
ATLANTIC CITV, N. J.
'mUIi Whit. A aoaa Catusaar.
- , ya
fussed, because of dirt and grime
with cares: The kitchen after-mealtime
muss, is Quite enough to make
one fuss. What, with the pots and
pails and pans, the knives and forks
just as bright as you could wish. And
not until the chores are done, from
sink to silver, sun to sun, could any
thing inspire the two, to drop the tasks
they have to do.
Therefore, if you have never known,
assistance such as we have shown,
your troubles end, where joy begins.
(jhjL Jold JjUJuUA&
Cor. IJlKhth and Market Streets.
to my office always be sura you
place. Itemembor the name (D
the number (427-429 7th St.).
THE ELECTRIC LINE
' NAVY '
Ssttmrtflay, October 12 th
Omme Called 330 P. M.
Special Football Trains' wilt leave
1414 New Tork Avenue: 11:061:05
ju., uyvraiinsr aireci 10 new ja-v
Grandstand. U. B. Naval Academy.
(special trains returning immediate
ly after the same.
Wavshlaurtoa, Balllsaorer Annasalla
Electric llallroad Co.
1424 Kerr Ysrk Arcane.
NO LOSS OP TIME
tava WsaUsslea Saturday 6i4fl
P. M. Harte suralsi Moaday 7 A.M.
Two nights on water. Sunday at
Chamberlln HoteL Old Point
V7 CA Including Transports
oliuu tlon. Stateroom, and
Three Meals At Chamberlln.
New York and Bestow By Sea
Ctty Ticket Offlre, Woodward
Utrft I WriMgtM StMbNt Ci.
Leares 7th St Wharf it 230 p..'
Retwaiaf at 8 p. a.
EXCELLENT CAFE SERVICE
FARE, ROUND TRIP, 25c
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTE1
Two trip dally txctpt Sunday ts
LeaTlog Seventh Street (Vurf at Is a. av
aa4 Ids p. ra. Round trta sat ess.
Gymnastics and Play
HELP THE CITY
Health! Health!! Health!!!
It's the word In everybody's mouth,
and everybody wants the answer.
We are pioneers and specialists In
body-bulldlnic and health-building.
Our facilities are most complete
physicians to advise, experts to direct,
irymnaslums, baths, swimming pools.
ntJSl.VKSS JIKN And joy, recreation,
and physical atamlna In our exercise
and play. Special attention fttven.
CL.EIIK9, whose dally occupations
make change from monotony by vig
orous exercise and healthful sports
imperative, are coming; to us in larger
numoera eacn year.
Pull schedule of 11 o'clock. 5 o'clock.
and I o'clock graded classes now In
IteRUlar membership 16.00 annually.
Full privilege memberahlp $15.00
Y. ML C. A.
1736 G St
NINETY-SECOND TEAR. "
Day and Lata Aftarsooa Besslosa
COLUMBUN CnUUCOB. A. &. a .. U
COLtEOE OF ENOINEERINO AND MB.
ClfANIC ARTS B. B.. la ARCH.. C "a,
E. E., and U. .
colucob) or the fouticai. sciE.NCEa,
A. B.. U. Dip.
TEACH BUS COLXJBOB. A. B., and Tsaea
Offices i 2023 U Street
SCHOOL, Or ORADDATE BTTJDIEB, A. It,
M. S.. & E.. E. E.. M. E.. Ph. IJ.
DEPARTMENT Or MEDICINE. M. D.
DEPARTMENT Or DENTIBTRT. D. D. S.
Offices i 132S U Street
DEPARTMENT Oir LAW. IX.
Offlcei New Jiasonlo Tempi.1
NATIONAI, COLLEGE Or PIIARUACT.
808 I Btreet.
COLLEGE Or VETERINARY MEDI.
CINE. D. .V. M. au:t-m,w.MM
2113 Htb. Street.
General Office: 3033 O Street
THE CHINA SHOP
ttlVi New Tork Ave. N. W.
riaaaes In China. Water Color and Leather
hcraft. Latest Ideas In decoratloni. Whit.
china ana all material, inma carexuiiy nrao.
Toue Production. Deep Breathing.
Voice Placing. Physical Culture.
Ear Training. Distinct Enunciation.
Sight Singing. Dramatlo Art
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
U3 Eleventh St N. E., Ph. Line. 1733.
Washington School of Accountancy
Instruction preparms ror u. r. a. aeirea
and business administration professional
courses. . '
49-paie Duuetin sent on rvijueai.
Director of Education. T. M. C. A.. 113 O st.
im nvB smEET.
rOH SOTS AND GIRLS.
TUin.TII.Tir YEAR BEOINS
Thomas W. Sidwell, A. M.,
Matinees at alio
Thnr. Mt. -
TMc Wirhi and .
Compear mt M.
Oreheafr- if .
AND MONDAY AT si
World's Series Baac- 2'
kail. Seals Now, SBe.
(The IJeMer Co MatuMren)'
la Ike Iserisa ef tka Csatarr
THE MAN FROM HOME
By Bth Tarkfasrtoa aad Hairy
, MATINEB BATUIIDAY.. '
- t a. H. t WOOD8 iPnmtntm
. laBdward Feple'a, Sensations! Success.
I LITTLEST REBEL
' Tns Oreatest War Play la .Tears,
WgrtPA A HJESClien Present
In, the. Everjoycus 'Operetta.
TIB, svaflHfi-e iffa .
With the New'Tork Cast, Including Toa-,sfe.
. , . itausnton.
BEL AS CO T,.
Pop. Wed. Mat, Mc to $1. Sat Mat,
2x to ILSO. Nights, SOo to P.
"THE PERFECT WOMAN."
In "Undine" and "The Rons, of Mex
ico." 70 Associate Players and
Dancing Girls. ; '
NEXT WEEK SEATB-.NOW.
The Benutloaal Dramatic Bueeess
A BU f TERFLY -ff. WHEEL
Cs'st Includes the leading aunts from
the notsble London and New .York pro
Host ueautirui Theatre In America.
Attractions Equaling the : Theatres.
Dally Mats., a A toe. ETea.S. Ma lu
McINTYRE & HEATH
IN T1IE1H FAMOUS MINBTHEL.
FARCES. Wed. A Thurs.. "The Man
Fmm Montana." FrI. It Sat.. The
Oeorsla Minstrels." EDITH HELENA.
HUB VAN JOE Bt.'UUNCK. Deri
vy. Uax's Ctreus. tc. I Great Acts.
NEXT WEEK-Kate Elinor - Sam
I Williams. "My Lsdrs Fane." Stanley
I James Co.-ac Buy Beats-Toaay.
PinCIIV Kves.23.K3 AMe.
HATS.. TUES.. THURS. AND SAT.
ROBERT MILLIARD'S Greet Eyecess.
"A FOOL THERE WAS"
First Time st Less Tnsn 1 'Prices.
NEXT WEEK TUB OAMDLERS
Inaucursl Week ef Illsh-CU-s Vauderl'le.
IS- BIO FEATCRKS 1
Includlns "A NIOItT IN THE PARK."
tabloid musical comedy; the Oasnoux.
European Jufgllnc Act; Eckboff Oor
don. In Bongs and Danoesr Mortis 4s
Kramer. Minstrel Entertainers; Bessie
La Court. Slnslns Comedienne: Pletro.
the Aceordlon-Plano Wonder; and Mys
terious Edna. MATINEES DAILY.
SMOKE H-TVsT'sVl I IMrMATIWHB
ALL TIIIB WEEK.
MISS NEW YORK, Jr.
Jot. K. Watson and Will Cokaa
And All Star Cast.
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION,
All the world's series tames will be shown
on the playograph precedlns the show at
exactly the same time aa played on tho ball
Next tVeek-TIIB WIIIIU. OF,MIHTJX
9th St. and Pa. Are.
Big Stock Musical Ceoetiy Ct.
and High-Class Yankrifle'
TODAY AT 2 TONIGHT AT 8
Prices, 10c, 15c, 25c
At Two Performances Pally Joe Hurtli Ottsrs
GEORGE SIONE .
tTupported By a Great Caatlncludlns
Returns of World's Berles Oarnes fromsUS.
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ARCADE SKATING RINK
14th St. and Park road. "
3 Sessions pally
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Merchaots and Miners Traaspertaliea Ci.
"FLORIDA BY SEA"
Savannah and Jacksonville
Best route to Florlds, Cuba, and the South.
Fine Steamers. Excellent Service. Iw
Fares. All steamers equipped with wireless.
New steamers Ruwanee and Somerset In
commission. Booms de Luxe. Baths. Bend
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