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TIIE "WASHINGTON Tlll.ES, SATU1U)AY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
PASTOR WILL CLOSE
HIS TENTH YEAH OF
Rev. Mr. Smith Has Paid
$70,000 Indebtedness on
St. Thomas' Parish.
Anniversaries will bo celebrated
overs.! of Washington's cliurcbcs to
Tho Ilov. C. Urnest Smith. D. D., pas
tor of St. Thomna1 Episcopal Church,
will celebrate his tenth annlvcrsury a
paBtor of the church. This HCrvIca Is
of nrent Intcrrat, as ilurlnir tho ten
Tears' serlco of Kr. Hmlth ulmost J70,
000 Indebtedness oil the parish has beTi
paid, leaving only ubout 12.8(10, which
Dr. Smith and hla congregation liopu
to raise before (ho new eur atartH
A apcclal mtialcal p'osram will be
At the Vermont Avinue Chrlttlnn
Church tliu ltc. Karle V. Illley begins
his third year ua pastor. Tho puat ear
was a vuiy successful one at tho Ilu.
Mr. Wlllley's chur.li, 'Hi members bo
Ing added to thu rolla. A special musi
cal proRiam will bo nit en. "foundations
of Faith" will be thu pastoi s suujiii
at thin service.
Bethany Hapllst Chinch will cole
brato Its eighth annlvt'ibarj. Hpri l.il
ormnns -n. Ill bu held dtirlnic tho moni-
Ingr and evening. In which thu piator
will levlew the worK of the clime n.
IleportH will bo read.
The subjects to be dlhcussed In the
ohurchea during the morning follow.
"They Shall See Ms Face," the Rev.
II. I Fultz. Epworth Mcthodlit epis
copal, 11 o'clock.
"Extollcrs of God." the Rev. II. Ik-z
Snem. Centennial Ilaptlst church. 11
. "The Supremacy of a Great Deternil
natlon," the Rev. Dr James Slum
Montgomery," Metropolitan Methodist
Episcopal Church. 11 o'clock.
"The Ul(t Four." the Rev. Frederick
TV. Johnson, Grace Uaptlat Church, 11
"Foundations of Faith," the lr:
Karle Wllllcy, Vermont Avenue Chris
tian Church, 11 o'clock.
"Tho Victory of tho Christian Church,"
the Rev. John Compton Hull, Metro
politan Buptlat Church, It o'clock.
"Hack to First Principles,'1 tho Rev.
John E. UrlgKs, Fifth lluptlst Church,
"Entertaining Angels.' tho Rev. Hln
son V. Hewlett, Second Baptist Church,
"Tho Power of Cheerfulness," tho
Rov. John T. Huddle, St. Puul's En
glish Lutheran church, 11 o'clock.
"Tho Christian Faith," the Rev. John
Van Schalck, Jr., Church of Our
Father, Unlvorsalist, 11 o'clock.
"Teaching How to Heal the Sick,"
Bishop Oliver C. s?abln, Evangelical
Christian Science Church, II o'clock.
"Tho Great Reward," the Rev. Dr.
Frank Bewell, the New Church, 11
"Conditions After Death." Dr. V. Yv
Baker, Theoaophy, 419 Corcoran build
ing. 11:16 o'clock.
The subjects to be discussed In the
churches during tho evcn'ng follows
"The Man Who Coveted a Hard
Place, the Rev. Hermon S. Plnkham,
Immanue) Baptist Church, 7:45 o'clock.
"Another Strange Story From tho
South," the Rov. B. He SWem, Cen
tennial Baptlat Church, 8 o'clock.
"Evcrluatlng Punlahmcnt," Flrat
Church of Chrlat, Sclentlat, 8 o'clock.
"The Sure Word of Prophecy." Me
morial Seventh Day Adventlat Church,
"What Do You Know," Mrs. George
W. Kates. First Spiritualist Church,
Pjtbinn Temple, 7:30 o'clock.
"Ihe Second Birth." the Rev. John
Compton Ball, Metropolitan Baptlat
Church, 8 o'clock.
"Tho Greatest and Beat Thing In the
World," the Rev. John E. Blgga, Fifth
Baptlat Church, 8 o'clock.
"The Passion for Chrlat," the Rev.
Illnson V. Howlett, Second Baptist
"Tho Indispensable Chrlat," the Rev.
John T. Huddle, St. Paul's Engllah
Lutheran Church, 8 o'clock,
"The Four Wlnda." tho Rev. F. W.
Johnson, Grace Baptist Church, 8
"Tho Socialism of Jesus." the Rev.
Dr. James Shera Montgomery, Metro
politan Mothodlst Episcopal Church, 8
"The Ethlca of Suicide," the Rev. Dr.
Samuel II, Woodrow, First Congrega
tional Church, 8 o'clock.
"Tho Apologies of the Shirks," tho
Rev. Dr. W. R. Wedderspoon, Toundry
Methodist Episcopal Church, 8 o'clock.
"The Departing Christ," the Rev.
Joseph M. M. Gray, Hamllno Methodist
Episcopal, 8 o'clock.
'Tho Law of the Spirit of Life," the
Rev. R. L Fultz, Epworth Methodist
Episcopal Church, 7 30 o'clock.
''Genesis tho Book of Beginnings,"
the Rev. George A M'lli-r, Ninth Street
Christian Church, 7 45 o'clock.
"The Message of Music to the Soul,"
tho Rev. .Charles Wood, Church of tho
Covenant, 8 o'clock.
"Life and Works of Martin Luther."
(lecture) the Rev. Paul A. Menzel.
Evangelical Lutheran Concordia Church
7:30 o clock.
"Industrial and Social
Crisis" Is Subject of
Talk to Bible Students
II. Cloy Rockwell will lecture at the
New Masonic Temple tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock to the members of tho
International Blblo Students' Associa
tion. Ills subject will bo. "The Indus
trial and Social Crisis "
It has been about decided by Pastoi
Russell, of tho Brooklyn Tabernacle
head of tho association, that enouch
haa been shown In Waahlngton In lec
tures given bv association sncakeis to
warrant the continuance of these S'm
day afternoon talks throughout the
Plan Birthday Party
For Assistant Rector
Of St. Thomas' Church
A birthday party and reception v, 111
bo given the Rev, C. Herbert Reese as
sistant pastor of Kt Thomas' Eplsi opM
Church, In tho parish hall of tho chuici
Wtilmsilnv night at R o'clock A musi
cal program will bo glvan and reft (-aliment
Th Rev. Mi Retau graduated frori
the Irglnla Stmlniiiv, June, 1011 He
went Immediutel) to Tilnlty Chinch of
this city, where he wok riFJ stunt pas
tor for some time lie vvint to
Thomas' In April, !91- and lias occupli I
tho pulpit of this ehureh on mum occa
sions. During tho aentlnn of 1.,
t'mlth, who went to Knglund mil
Newfoundland, his former Iioni, th m
summer, the Rov. Mr. Reeo tilled the
pulpit nt St. Thomas'. He Ins been i
member for eight jcars of tho Urothci
hood of bt. Andrew,
From 1504 to 1908. the assistant rertc.
was an emplo)o of the Interior Depoit
nunt, and It was while at thla pine
that ho saved enough money tp go to
college, vt St. Thomas' he Is popul ir
with the entire congregation, especial!)
with tho young folk.
GET THIRD TRIALS
Alexandria Courts to Hear Case of Woman Against Rail
road and Suits Brought Against Whisky Concern.
Confederate Veteran's Funeral Held.
WABIIINOTON TIMES IlOlinAU,
AIJIXANIUMA, VA , NOV i.
Two Importnnt cases, both of which
have been tried on two previous orcaa
lons, will bo heard during tho Novem
ber term of tho circuit court which
opens Its sessions on next Monday
morning with Judge J. H. T. Thornton,
Wednesday la the date Bet for the
case of Mis Alice McMlnamln against
tho Southern Railway Company .for
7,500, claimed by tho clofondant as
dum.igos to her realdeneo on Duka
street, reaultlng fioin Boot nnd amoks
f i oin the locomotives of tho railway
compnnj. Judgo J. K. M. Norton will
lepresent Mrs. McMtnnmln, and tho
Southern Railway Company will be
represented by Col. Francis L. Smith (
and 11. It. Tunslall, or ionoiK. ine
cuae waa first heard In June, 1010, when
a. Jury returned n verdict of J2 200 In
favor of Mrs McMlnamln. The su
preme court of
Uilie'uio iiivwvu tuv
decision, and on the aecond trial In
Jul of thla year tho Jury was unable
On Friday will be heard the case of
E L. Sinclair, of Fuuqulcr county, vs.
M. S, Fairfax & Co , of Alexandria, for
11,000 damages, said to have resulted
from tho failure of the defendunt to
accept a sh pment of whisky which
Fairfax & Co, claim was not In ac
cordance with speclllcatlona This case
has brill heard on two previous occas
ions, and both times the Jury waa un
ublo to agree.
Funeral sen Ice for Lewla Harvle
Finney, a Confederate veteran, took
place jesterday afternoon fiom the
chapel of Oak Hill Cc-meterj.
A largo number of Odd Fellows of the
tw6 lodges In this city greeted Georgu
Gerberlch, grand master of Odd Fel
lows of the District of Columbia, w ho,
with scmrnl other Brand lodge officers,
paid a fraternal lslt to Potomac Lodgo
lust night Tho object of tho visit was
to Inttri-st the Alexandria members of
tho nrdir In the grand rally to be held
In Washington November 19 Tho Ini
tiators degrees were conferred on two
BY GERMAN ASYLUM
Messrs. Schaeffer, Jacobson, Paier,
and Plitt Remain On
The annual meeting of tho directors
of the German Orphan As) lum was held
Thursday night In Sacngerbund Hall, In
which four directors, whose terms have
xplfcd, were re-eleoted to office,
and the reports of Uio superinten
dent of tho as) lum and of the presi
dents of tho two auxiliary societies rtere
read, Tl.c reports of superintendent
and tho two societies showed the asy
lum was In moat flourishing condition
and doing a great work.
The meeting was presided over by
John F. Bchiiicrler, president of thu us)
lum Mrs Kathrlne Loeftler, president
of the LudleB' Sewing hoclety. read a
leport foi the y-tcr showing that tho
society had helped the children In the
atyluin In a most material way with
clothes Mrs K. (J. Barthel, president
of tho Ladles' Aid Society, showed that
her auxiliary had helped, nnd was ready
to do more In tho future than had beon
done In the pist.
After tho reports wero read tho
directors took up the work of
Meeting successors to tho dlrcc
tors to fill tho vacancies of Capt
Emll Schu ffer. Charles Jacobson, Dr.
i. K. Paler, and George Plitt, whose
terms expired yesterday. After a short
address by the president the four di
rectors were unanimously re-elected, ar
te which the meeting adjourned.
Denies Her Husband Was
Coerced Into Marriage
In answer to the petition of her hus
band, Leonard G. Sonneman, for the
annulment of their marriage on the
ground that threats and coercion were
used agalnat him, Mrs. Elizabeth Son
neman yesterday told the District Su
preme Court that Sonneman married
her of his own free will, she denies
that her brother threatened to kill Son
neman, or that anr undue Influence was
exercised by her family.
Mrs Sonneman told the court that
she had been a cripple since childhood,
tho lower limb on the right side hav
ing been paralyzed and the left arm
shrunken and withered. Sho stated
that sho Is without means of support
and asked that ahe be awarded ali
mony. Tho couple wero married In
Philadelphia October 3, and twenty
dajs afterward Sonneman sued for an
nulment of tho marriage.
Will Work Well Soon
Tho blK wireless station nt ArlinKton
Is gradually working up to Its full
i,ciiri, rin,l iav I tllti tlisa notft ftji,ta tsiAnlii '
I'uiiri , unit niiiiiii iiiu iivt itn neenn
officials of tho navy hopo that It will
hi- posslblu to put tho towers to their
Calls have been flashed broadcast
down tho Atlantic coast to the navy s
stations along tho way but as yet no
answers hae been received.
Play in Child's Life.
Charles 8. Wcller, one of the field
secretaries of tho American Playground
.Askoc lutlon, nlll glo an Illustrated
lcctuie ut the Vermont Avenue Chris
tian Church Sunday night at 7.30
o'clock on "The I'lace of Play In tlw
Deielcpintnt of the Child "
You won't be bothered by the
blues if you keep your liver active,
your bowels regular, and your
stomach in good tone by timely
use of the time-tested, beneficent,
and always effective family remedy
la Wsei 10-. SSe
Although November 12 Is tho dato sat
for tho second trial of Lewis Hoof,
formerly secretary and goneral man
ager of tho defunct Mercantile Rallwty
Building nnd Loan Association, on n
number of Indictments In connection
with the -failure of tho Institution, It
was staled today by Sumuel G. Brent,
nttorney for tho Commonwealth, that
Mr, lluoR's trial would not tuko plao
on that dutc, but would he fcet for
somu Inter date In the term It Is
understood that John J. .TelTrhs, of
Norfolk, and Lwls II. Mnchen, of
Alexandria, who aro attorneys for Mr.
Hooir. will ask that a Jury bo selected
from aomo other section of Virginia,
iia was done In tho former trial. Thli
action will bo atrenuoUal) opposed l
Mr. Ilrent, who belletea that Mr. IloolT
van secure Justice from a Jury of his
own town people.
1'ollco court resembled a small hos
pital todu, us one prisoner and two
witnesses appeared before tho conn
sWathed In blood-stained bupdages
Charles Veney. churKcd with muklng u
i murderous assault on Samuel Scott last
. uiowu, nun iit-iu lur 1110 ki.iiu juijr
Scott was badly rul, twenty-nlno
stiicnen liming been taken in nis head
and neck. Nannie Thornton appeared
us a witness against Silas Ix. who
was charged with cuttli'3 her In the
faca so badly that Dr. Powell was com
pelled to take soi! stitches sur
rounding her right c)e. lxe showed
Justice Catln where he had been
stabbed above the heart with a fork,
and both were fined $10
The bazaar which has been conducted
for the past two uieks In the Young
Men a l.sccuin minding M1I be brought
to u close tonight.
Conercasmun Charles C. Cailln closed
his (ainpalgn for re-election to Congress
with a meeting at licrnuon last night
He waa created by a large audience.
A capacity audience la expected at tho
Elks Auditorium tonight to hear the
lswues of the campaign discussed by
Senator Martin, Representatives Carlln
i ml (jiune-r, and Kouerl a. Hutchison.
The bells on the city hall building and
In all tht enctnc houaea were tolled thu
afternoon from 2 30 to 3 o'clock bj order
of Masor 1'lshtr, In leBpect to tho m in-
ory of Vice President Sherman.
. t. 1 1 K-ruCa D
IfTTBHl . "
Don't give your little ones pennies. Give
them Wrigley'3 mmmfr- It gives
beneficial enjoyment the whole day
Look for the spear
ALLOWED TO ENTER
INTO RATE CASE
Two-Score Virginians File
Arthur M. Bcrthlaumo and nearly two
score other residents of Alexandria anil
Fairfax counties, Va., wero yesterday
permitted to enter as Interveners In the
cabo of S. T, J. Prlco and others as
complainants before the Inteistate Com
merce Commission against the Washing
ton and Old Dominion railway and the
Capital Traction Company.
Tho original complaint, riled Septem
ber 21, vvna lodged against altered ex
cessive, unriasorablc, and unjust rates
In the new tarlt of tho compnn) nmdo
operative Scptembci It, and declared
that, In making commutation rates fron
points west, onl) to Chcrrydale, Instead
of to Washington, It was aimed, to de
feat tho Jurisdiction of the commission
Tho complainants asked for a restrain
lng order and reparation.
In Its answer the Great Falls llnj
says that Its former retis established
by the Great Falls and Old Dominion
Company were .unreasonably low and
Improper from the standpoint of fair
returns for the company, Tho company
denied any attempt to dodge tho Juris
diction of the commission, and averred
that the selling of commutation tickets
to t'herrydulo only was for tho purpoao
of making equitable adjustment of
transfers with tho Capital Traction
The Capital Traction Company also
made answer to tho i fleet that It en
tered Into Joint and through rates en
transfer to meet tho requirements of
Tho rates and piarllccs In vogue on
the Gloat Fulls lines aie now under
Invcatlgatlon by the commission. Tho
railway company haa demanded a bill of
particulars from tho complainants.
To Address Alumni.
Prof Amos William Pnttcn will apeak
tonight nt a mietlng of the Alumni
Association "' """ Northwestern Fnl
virsltv. to be held In the Catvarj Meth
odist Episcopal Church at S o'clock.
u ii ill ..irr i if iraK?iw ru x
cannot smoke on duty
throat soother teeth cleanser breath
purifier. It improves appetite and. aids
long and costs less than
per stick if you buy it
.Take it home tonight.
"HELEN B" WINNER
OF FIRST HONORS
FOR FOI ROUNDS
Pack Contest in Trailing Is
Being Held in Montgomery
ROCKVILLE, Mil.. Nov. 2,-Two fine
chases and tho denning of two big red
foxes marked tho second day of tho
third, annual field trials of tho Mont
gomery County Foxhtmter' (Associa
tion at Dawsonvllle, this county. Tho
Hailing conditions wero perfect, as a
icsult of a light rain, tho dos wero nt
their beat, and tho sixteen fine )oung
hounds which participated in the event
of tho day tho Dei hy made tho wood!
and hills of Dawsonvllle neighborhood
ring wtlh their excited cries an they
sptd after tho flying Reynard.
Ths Judges, Joseph Pjles, J, Dawson
Trundle, and J. U. Hlgglnt,, had con
bldeiable dlfHrulty deciding the wln
iii. rs h.-inus," of the splendid work doni
by all of the sixteen young dogs, but
thc finally telcrted Helen B , belong
ing to William V. Dawson, of Dawson
vllle, for first honors. Tho Harvester,
belonring to K. Cecil Allnutt, of Rock
vllle, ui placed aecond, nnd Dexter,
bulonging to etiirloa A. Clctfett, of
Roekvlllc, was given third prize. Medals
unci ribbons were the prizes.
The bU event of tho trials, the park
cortests Is beliis- run today, with ten
packs of six dogs each contesting foi
the cash prizes and medals offered.
Charge Robbery by Man
Who Went to "Help" Him
Central office detectives today are en
deavoring to get some trace of an un
Idi Milled white man who. It la charged,
robbed Charles Malone, an orderly nt
the Georgetown University Hospital, of
a sum of money In Lnfayette Park
last night Pedestrians told Policeman
Peckley that Malone Ml to tho pave
ment, nnd that a mun who went to his
assist ince aearched hla pockets before
putting him on hla feet.
Malone was token to the Emergency
Hospital by the policeman He told
Detective Cox, who callid at the hos
pital to see him, that he did not rccnll
the exact amount of money he hnd with
him when he left the hospital curly In
time with this
The flavor lasts'
New President Named
By Building Council
James F, She I- the new president of
ths Building Association Council of Ihe
District, Albert Bhulthcli Is vice presi
dent, Charles F, Benjamin, secretary,
and six members of the oxecutlvo com
mittee have been elected, Julius A,
Maet'el, It. Harrison Johnson, James
Morris Woodward, C. Clinton James,
Whaiton E. Lester, and Charles H,
Kindle. They were chosen at tho fourth
annual meeting of tho organization last
A special committed was appointed
to study Ihe Georre report on real es
tato assessments. Sixteen loeal associa
tions are represented In tho council.
Pimples Would Weep and Form
Scabs. Hair All Fell Out. Baby Was
Crossand Would Not Sleep. Cuti-
cura Soap and Ointment Cured.
32 Brunswick St., Baltimore, Md.
"My baby's fsos broke out la pimple,
which after bathing would weep and form
scabs until his head
and face we-o com
pletely covered with a
crust and his hair all
fell out. It was cross
and would not sleep.
Tx Far h day It spread
until pis entire lace
and head were cov ered
with weeping sores. I
tried several prescriptions, but did not nnd
any relief. Then I decided to try Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment. After using them
two or three times the tores dried up and
after a half dozen applications all dis
figurement disappeared. In leu than three
weeks the sores and scales were completely
(onq, and baby's skin as smooth and clear
as when be was first bom. Cutlcuia Soap
and Ointment cured blra." (Waned) Mrs.
Lottie V. Stelnwedel. Jan. 14. 1012.
If you with a akin clear of pimples, black
heads and other annoying eruptions, hands
soft and white, hair lire and (lossy, and
scalp freo from dandruff and Itching. Iicgln
to-day the regular uso of Cutlcura Soap for
the toilet, bath and shampoo, assisted by an
occasional light application of Cutlcura
Ointment. No other method Is so agree
able or so economical, and so often effective,
i Bold everywhere. Sample of each mailed
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address port
card "Cutlcura, Dept. T. Boston."
arTender-faced men should use Cutlcura
Boap Shaving Stick. 25c Sample free.
The Electric Line
World in Baltimore
Children S to 13 rears) M cent a,
Ineludlna Admission To
Open I)all, Kzrept Xunday.
Special llaira To 1'nrtlea.
$1.25 R. T.
F.Tery SalurUny and Xundny Inelud
lna: Waahlnaiton (lly Cnrfnre. Good
to return until Monda) Midnight.
Fast Iaasena;rr Sen Ice
And All Polnia Doss 11. C. &
From Centre of Waahlnaton
Direct to Steamer's Dock at Anna.olla
Ask Ticket Aajent for Schedule and
Washington, Baltimore & Annapolis
Electric Railroad Co.,
1424 New York Are.
WASHINGTON TO IILUKMONT,
I-eral-urtT, Pneonlan Sprlnca, l'ur
rrllcllle, A all burn nnd Intermedi
From Washington $1
TIIHIITOSf, VA., Klc.
Cara Irate 36th and SI SlK. X. W.
Old Point Comfort
S3.SO Round Trip
On Fridays and Saturday a Good to Ite-
turn Monday. Tlcketa Including Htate-
room and Accommodations at
Fat to Mon I7M
Krl. to Mon. or 8at, to Tues 11 SO
Vrl to Tuea. or Hat. 10 Wed 1S.M
NEW YORK and BOSTON BY SEA
City Ticket Oince, Til 15lh aU N. W.
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co.
Aost beautiful at this
season of the. year
Large Picnicking Grounds
Cars Leave 36tb and M Sts. N.W.
STEAMER CHARLES MACSLEiU
Two trips dally except Sunday to
Leaving Heenih Btrect Wharf al 10 a m
and litt p. m. Iteuad trip to fate, (0s,
I . L
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VV 7P-T rrr
MV Pinf.DS Present
III NEVER SAY DIE
A New ria In 'intie Acta by W II. l'o-t
an I William i"olllr.
tvl & Bat. Mats , X3 to ll.uO; nlllili. CM
to WW). . '
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In "KINDLING" byttaj.Ker03
TVATTaTW AW.Tonl.M at Mit5
I. ami Time.
Tha famous comedy of "Sex" all Burori
Is UusMiis, at Tunnlest play ever wrii
ten." Kslier Mlnelm.
NEXT WKKla" 1"- "r- s"
t,.,. " ""J Kits Selling
Electloii returns read from rtf,v Tuesday
. nlsht "Direct lre"
A. II ttoodV fiupnm Musical Offering
The Kroni Lehsr International Comic Opr?
Hucciss. tit and ensemble, 100 Orchtitr i
Tonlaht at .SllS
Thura. unit Use
'I'trry Llllls Mmeincnt Has a Meaning
Al, Its Own."
Woods, Fraze & Merer Present
next wEEKSeatiHowon UlA
Election Ketnrns Tuesday Nlcnt M
.'i, itaeiiAlllf ISI.ml'lt
Will Present a .Modern ComeJy Dram
"THE STRONGER CUIM"
Jly Margaret Turnbull.
wiin koiiii Wynne Hamilton. Marrarel
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Most Hejutlfu Iheatra In Amerlci
Attrsrtl ns Equaling the IS Tlieatrei
llall) Mats. 2tc Evea, Uc. toe. 71c
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& I'u lth Thos D nichsrils. In It r
"First le ' Comic Operetta lilt. Tli
English Willi Family. Tom Dingle
the nn-eroMa Kilters Iluliv lUyinonl
& li.. I by llruth, S.c nig t,ove!ttr
Next 'ek Sam Chip and Mary
Mnrblo Co In "rhe LanJ of nkes
Kellx & Cslre Lyons & Tosco, 4c
Election Mahl, : shows, lleturns
Head Buy Today
MATS.. TUES. TIIUR3 AND SAT-
The Little Tenderfoot
A I'lay AppeallnR to Men, Women A
5.V,k Mutt & Jeff f,l,Co"
Two I'crty miner m Dally by
The Gaiety Girls
llcadid by that Ui)tat ot Gcnnaa Comcdunt
QVa FAI. und a brilliant cail vt
.Vrt Wrla-THi: GIMIHIl OIllLS
bpfiinl-l"r Cabaret, Ulectlun Micht, from
II m 1 a m l.?..d v.tv lor return.
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TUB UIO SHOW!
Stars of tag eland
Bpeclal Midnight I'crformance Election Main
NEXT WLEK Till: 1'AUEMAKt.KS
a -xr t.ir jvasi:miii.y iiani!kh
JJ-tt.0.1 IV-LIItr Ever, Thurs & Fit. Eva.
Nat'l nines' Armory ilinttnu his daoclns !!.
All Tbla Week, Tivlee Dally, the 3l.st
6enaatlonal Act tu Vaiidevllle
tiii: iiAMti!i--r' ki'ng
Six Other Great Acts on the Hill.
Double mil Election Maht.
Merchants and Miners Transportation C9.
"FLORIDA BY SEA"
Savannah and Jacksonville
Beat route to Florida. Cuba, and the South.
Fins Stramera. lxcellent Service Lew
Farer All steamers equipped with wlreleis
No steamers Juwanee und Somerset "n
commission. Ilooma df Luxe Batna. 8enJ
d. o. n. n. ticket orncES. and
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Tho highest point of vromnn'n
happlnecs Is reached only throuclt
motherhood. Yet tho inoiher-to b i
is otton fearful of ncture's ordeel
and shrinks from tho Buffering in
cident to Itfi consummation. la
Mother's Friend i3 to bo found .1
medlclnu ci gn-nt value to over
expectant mother. It In inlcndcd U
proparo tbo system for tho, crisln,
and thus relieve, in great part, thi
BUtTerlng through which tho mother
usually passes, Tho regular uso c.
Mother's Frlond will repay an
mother In tho comfort it affords bo
fore, and thn helpful restoration t'i
health and strength 1' brings about
er.'s Friend Is
for salo at
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free book for
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