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TTTE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
RETURNS TO CITY
Appearing This Week in Theaters of the Capital
"Kindling," East Side Trag
, edy, Will Be Shown at
'Kindling." b three-net play by
Charles Kenvon In which Margaret
HHngton will rnukn her re-appeurance.
In Waslllngton ut tho HelttKeu thin week,
after on Hhmnce of live -.ears, Is one
of the (Iram.m that vvlll bi tallied about
for Homo time. Firmly Kianplim his
brush, tho author has tin own his heart
mid soul In piilntlnir a vivid plvtuiu of
conditions that confiont pcoplo In tho
thickly populated Iimt Sldo of New
York, or In fact In any Innrc city. He
has backed It up with knowledge, un
usual skill, and faulllesH technique; and
has succeeded In cieutlnr? a wonderful
stage counterpart, an Intctestlng sldo
of modern elvlllzutloti
The story of the pity briefly Is this:
Heinle Silinltz. an lionet, hardworking
stevedore nnd his wife, MurpIc, married
but a few months, live In a couple of
rooms In tho crowded tenement district.
Heinle, und his wire have been told that
It Is a crime to bring children Into llio
world In the environment In which they
arc living. The warning cum too lato
to Maggie, who Is afitild to tell her hus
band for the reason that he has already
expressed his opinions regarding thcuu
Uneducated but Intelligent, und Ktuid
ed only by her woman's Instinct, .Maggie
Hchultz determines that by hook or
crook the prospective baby shall huve
some of the comforts to which It Is en
titled. Bchultz Is out on u strike and
Macule Is given cmplo) ment In a
wealthy home on rtfth avenue, Jlugglu
Koch to work but she Is Inveigled Into
a plot to rob the house b) .Steve Ilati'i.
ii crook, who points out to Maggie that
ho can get her one bundled dollnii
"easv money If slie will lUMt uli him
tho fuv -out of tho home. The house Is!
robbed, and onl by u liukv turn of for
tune's wheel that tonics onee In n mil
lion times, she Is saved from going to
As Maggie, Miss llUncton Is said to be
doing tho best work of her euieer She
Is ably supportid by the following play
ers: Byron Heaide". Trunk I'anip, Ida
Lewis, Floienee ItohhiKin, Si cine Mur
tlueau, Malcolm Duncan, ltobert Tabor
und Thomus Kvaus
The newlj organized branch of the
"Drama LcHguc of America" whlih has
Indorsed "Kindling." will attend the
opening performance on Monday night.
Tuesday evening election returns will be
read from tho stuge.
There will be an unusually Inti resting
.bill of high class vaudeville at Toll's
for election week. The headline feature
will be Hugh Krrtmett and Compunj In
a. novel ventrlloqulal Bpeclalty. Mr.
Ummctt's fcaturo is enlivened by un
attractive musical number. The Mlcl
illcton Spellmcycr Comp.in). Jn a hilari
ous one-act comedy sketch called ' A
Texas Wooing," will have the plaiu of
second honor on the program. In this
playlet one of tho Important roles will
ie poitrayed by a full blooded Indlun
Hairy Urcen, ti ponulur monoloj-i.it,
tomes direct from Hauuncrstein's Vie
torla Theater. New ork, to entertuln
with his nonsensical parodies.
The Three Trunks wl'l offei some ex
navugaut itcieibatle comedy and Will
l.acev comes dliect from the Alhumbii
Theater. London, to eiiteitaln with Ills
ititnarkuble blcvcle feutuie, which Is
lurgel) coinleul The Colonial Trio will
be the tlaboiate musical fctituie of tin
piogram. farter and Molilen will loiiml
out the vuudevllle piogrum with a
Bpliltcd singing and dancing specialty
.Munngci Tliatcher announces thui on
lection night there will be two com
plete performances, the Hist lieKinnlng
nt 7:30 und the second at 9:15. The elec
tion leturns villi he received ut the
thc.itei b) loused wire.
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"GYPSY LOVE," WlfF fck
TUNEFUL LYRICS. IS -V
NATIONAL'S PLAY p5Jl
TO HAVE PREMIERE
AT THE COLUMBIA
"The .Stronger Claim" Has
Miss Matthison and Richard
Bennett at Its Head.
California Prima Donna and
Russian Tenor Carry Prin
cipal Roles of Opera.
Tast and West are united In larrjlng
the principal parts of A II. Woods'
production of "Gjihj Love," which Is
the attraction at the National Theater
this week. I'IdIIsh Tartlngton, the
Cillfoinlu pilma donna, and Arthur
Albto, Russian tenor, two singers from
opposite fides of the world, aru east for
tho stellar roles of this dainty und
tuneful opeia, which deals with the
nomads of Europe, and affoids an op
portunity for sienery and costuming of
These principals are supported by
I.eola I.uccy, a clever comedienne of the
new tpc, and Mona Desmond, sou
liritle, as well as by Nona Mall, Thlllp
llransan, Harri llcrmsen, Charles Kill
ton, and Raymond Crana. There Is a
full chorus of sixty, and a special or
chestra to bring out the effects of the
In the opeia Zcrlka Is Infatuated with
the nomadic life, although she Is be
trothed to Teder, a nobleman. His
half brother, Joszl, a. gvpsy musician.
Persuades .erlka to elope with him on
the eve of her wedding, but a draught
of a magic spring sends her Into u
deep sleep in wmen sue cireams 01 me
position she would occupy after two or
three ears or lire vvun ine gjpsies,
with her lover grown cold and she hei
self an outcast from her family.
So, In spite of the pleadings of Joszl,
Zerlka, on her awakening, turns from
him to the nrms of her betrothed.
It is sufficient plot for an opera cspe
tlul when told In the tuneful music of
HEADS BILL FOR
Mary Marble, and Sam Chip
Starred in "Land of
(Jus Hill's upcctuculai production ot
Jlud nsher'a curtoon comedy "Mutt
and Jeff" comes to the Academy to
morrow night for an' engagement of one
week. A clever company will leveal
the merriment of this season's most
'substantial success. "Mutt and Jen"
Is one of the most successful curtoon
'plays ever presented. Mr. Hill has
made u meritorious production fiom
overy standpoint. The music, which Is
original, is catchy and whlstleable. The
costuming Is goigeous In tho extreme;
the situations make an elaborate display
oT gowns quite in keeping with the
scenes of tho plav. The three seeneH
make possible a magnilli cnt spectacular
scenic display, representing the ruce
'track and clubhouse ot Saratoga: ml
board the steamship Insurgent In South
ern waters en mule to "Nlekadnr," an
lmaglnarj South Aimrlcrui countr), und
the last, act Is laid In a troplcul coun
try with Spunlsh aichltectun- and eos
t times. New Ideas In dancing aro In
troduced slmpl.v to ereato a bieathlng
spell. "Mutt und Jeff" was originally
created for laughing purposes onlj.
Matinees will be given on Tuesday,
Thursday and" Saturday and on Tues
day night full and complete n turns of
the Tre-sldentlal election will be leud
from the stage.
Six acts of vailed vaudeville of u
high (lass degree of exeellence are the
offering ut Hie Cosmos Theater this
week Sidney Doan und his company
of four will present a comedy playlet
entitled, Thrlstmus Kvo On Dluck
well's Island,' with special scener
The Three Troubndors present a pro
gram of voial and Instrumental mu
sical numbers, and jp Urow-Crstal un,i
companv, u luughuble one-uet faice
tomidy, In "A .Matrimonial Wager"
"The Plastic Comlques." Panklet and
companv, have a Kuiupenn novelty In
the form of a eluy-modollng act' Mae
Tianels, the fushlon-plate comedienne,
a pleasing specialty, and Monsieur Her
beit, the ctuzv equilibrist, and Vera De
Long, the singing Venus, a thoroughly
new offering of pleasant entertainment
Tile I'utliu weiklv review of eunent
world events will lead a new series of
cnJouble film featurts.
Chase s thN weik anticipates the hip
pies! lesulls from the preiulirt pieit,
tutlon In this eltv or Hum e'hip and
Mury Marble in their latest Dutch died
lei.v 'The Ijmd of l))iies" wilt ten !
Herbert Hull Wluslow, with seme mid
lilies from the pi u of Albeit von Til
zer New York gave It most emphatic
approvnl when it vviih Hist put on lime
The ixtia adde-d uttrucllon an. tho
musical revui stari. Sevmoui Till
and Amelia Cjilre. will gin- theh novl
ty, "In Sentcli of a Past" Thei.- arc
seven fellies ami nearly n dusi n dnn'v
and song feafinH, ainiiiig them the
eccentric "Sllnoiiette Dance ' Oiler
features of the bill, hoiieier attr.ietiie
will not lessen the populailtv of (ieoig
I.vons and Hob Yostu, "The Haiplst
end the Singer ' who form ihe thhd
principal offering Qiuillt),- ehai utir
and ehurm are the illstlngutshing.ile
ments of their tuneful numliei
The Impuited riuinhei coming from
tho nerlln WlntiTgniten. will be the
Tour Itegals In "The Armorers, Ins
cribed as the most remarkable 11,-rcu
lean novelty ev.r wltmsscd. Olive
IJrlseoe the comic cm tatrice Is n
eithi i offering In "Tnlre Nous" 'ui
tlnl and Maxmllllan tricksters, will
give a feuture combining comedy nud
mifterv McMahon, Diamond anil
Clemence will be nhvi In their glnce I r
net concluding with the cecentrh
Tim prlnclpul Antmaled Vrckl sub
jects will be the Yale-Wist Point T.iot
iiull name, the Hoy Sea 5couts Train
ing Ship, and llutli Ijiws qualify Ing
i Aero TlUht On (lei Hon nisi t two p -formnncos
will he given nt R and la, M.
at which full telegraphic returns will
he read to the audiences
The announcement lhat Itlchurd lien
nett selected Washington ns his choice
for a prelmcrc when he became an ac
tor-manager In tho production of "Tho
Stronger Claim" ut tho Columbia Thea
ter tomorrow, was Interesting news to
The play Is by Margaret Turnbull,
and la described as n modern comedy
drama In three acts nnd three scenes.
Tho story of clrumu deuls with tho
lives of a man and a woman of excep
tional mental attainments, who clan
destinely m.nr but separate within n
short time. Aftei a lupso of ten years
they meet. The man In the meantime
has hi come a priest of tho churth, and
the woman u prima donna.
Their meeting takes place ut tho
home of tho priest's father, nn arro
gant autocrat, who was the cause of
thy son's belief In the death of Ills wife.
A child has been born subsequent to
the sepal utlon, who plays no small
part Jn the numerous complications
that ensue throughout tho drama, which
Is filled with tense situations nnd pow
erful dramatic climaxes.
The precision with which Mr. Den
nett hns selected tho players for his
first offer ne shows his sincerity In an
effort to give tho public the very best
talent ava'lublc. Kdlth Wynno Matthi
son will play the prima uonnu roic.
The Driest will be enacted by Mr.
llennett. and Tim Murphy, nn old Wash
ington boy, will take the part of tho
father. The remaining charucteiB will
be taken liv Alice Johnson. Mnrgaret
O'Neill. Milton Hromley. Muster Mac
Marnmber. Salvatme Zltn. and othera.
Miss Matthison was last seen hero
two ears sgo ns the Piper In "Thu
Piper" and will be lemeiiibercd for her
reinarknble work during the past few-
years nt the New and Little Theaters
In New York and also us the lute Sir
llenrv lrvlngs leading woman Mr
Miirutvv Is well known not only in
Washington, his home, hut has been i
well known throughout America as n
popular star for a number of jears.
Mr Hennett was the Scotchman, John
Shund, In support of Muhdc Adams two
jears ago In "What livery Woman
Knows,' and has been In all the prom
inent leading' metropolitan productions
for the past decade
After a week here and another In
Baltimore Mr llennett will b'd fur the
nietmpolltiiii favor of New York with
his usual production of The Strnnger
Chtlm ' The draiH rles. furnishings
und scenic effects are said to be out of'
the uidlii.tr) and have ueen selected ov
the latest woman dceorator, Adrlenne
Moiiisoti Dennett. Wulter Durrldge,
Clank Dodge, and Ml Castle liuve
built und painted the sceneiy, and the
ciloi schemes nie said to possess un
usual lifelike naturalness und appeal
Prrsrollng Onl) IllKh-tJIaM- I'lnr at Cut-llar Prices.
Evenings: Best Seats 25c, 35c, 50c No Hlghir
"For the Lore of Mike, Matt, Be Reaaonable"
Bnd Fisher's Original Creation
TIII3 MIMICAL COMEDY HENDATION
OT TUB ACID.
(INK IIIU I.AIKJII FltOM ST Mil
50 fflngcni. Dancers and (uineill(in-:o.
' BIG BEAUTY CHORUS
Urine the mildrrn to the Matlnec-t
Full arid Complits Election
Returns Tuesday flight
Next WeekThe Dlnsbat Family
TOMORROW NIGHT ALL WEEK
Mai's Wed., 25c (o $1; Sat., 25c t$1.50
Evenings .... 50c to $2.00
Tin: Hi!iii:ii: diiimatic i:N.'iiti.
IIIIWAIIII J. IlllWT.S Trrsenti
II) IIMII.I's Ki:.
I fl,K Til VT'll S TIHMM. I'll l.M HIT. CIIM'IMIXT.
i-UK-iisr.il m Tin: DitAM.i'iic i.i:iti: or 'ir.uic.
Dlrrtliiu Iletlirns Will He llrad frion the nur Tllesdnj Mubl.
m:xt ncnii si: vis Mm
WII.I.HM A. IIIIAII) Will Offer
LITTLE MISS BROWN
Hi I'Mllii llnrll.nl. .innr. nlilbor of "tl I.IIMtillT."
I With JladKe lrnueclj, llllnui Morris, nnd (lie orlclnnl enst and pro-
iluetlcin cllrret iroin Inr 4SIII street 'luratrr, vrvv Kirk.
Garden Co. ge
GABY DESLYS "VERA violetta"
mmm a h maii nr-n rac iu-ftatr
MAIL OKDERS NOW.
Onee more the vvondi-rful development
of the man-monl'e), or the monkey-1
man. will (Ind vent for the amusement,
of the puhllc In the lemarkable Xo-Kci-1
Mlu, the monkey who cats ut the table I
lHilltcly, pl;l inunle, rldeH Killer skates'
jiud Ij1ccIi8, and doc-M many other j
things usual and unusual, the headline I
feature or the C.islno Theater this
Comcdv will he provided by Nelson,
Kearns, and compan. In their new one
act farce, 'Ncedham Needs 'Kin," a
tale of n pair of pant, and Juvenile
tnuHlcu! attlstr. In the offering of Daby
(Iraee, a child wonder Thrills are
promised In the novelty aerial and cast
ing act of the Clvlng Werntu and a
cabaret number of the best type In the
musical offering of Kamplan and I)e
r.ildu vlttuciHOH cm the plunn, violin,
and 'cello, und other muslcul Instru
ments Kccentrlc nonsenHe Is expected
of "Happy I'lelclH, ' who glories In the
title of "The Man l'loin Nowhere." nnd
who Ik bllhd for .1 tramp monologue.
WASHINGTON'S LEADING THEATRC
MATINEES THURSDAYS ANO 5ATURDAX5
A Moiltrn Comedy Dramn
Till: CAST WII.I, IM'MIIDl
JIuch uctlvlty Iiiib been ellsplaT.d In
building tho new production. In which
I'd Leo Wiotho and the "Glnget tilrlH'
vvlll bo seen nt the Oojety Thoa'ei
this week. While the author, Crunk L.
Vnkeflcld, hau letaln-d foi the star
tho character of Janitor IHbkIus tho
portrajul of which added so iniieh to
the popularity of Wrothe he ban wotn
around It an entirely new stoiv
Frank 1... wiikcliold, Hcniv 1' Nel-i
ron Juno 1.1 lle.iu, linz filmiil. Jim 1
llucl.lov. Maiglc Ausllii. The Alpliu '
Pour. M.ili.-I Itlal.e Ovxcn -Martin und
nil the eithi'i ptllielpils fill mull un e -
ci'llcut suppoit Ini Wiotht
The cIioiiih cijuHlHtind: of twenti-fou t
veiling womin with pond voIh-h. Is un
iittnu live fcatuie of the olferlug 1
i:i)rrn wv.n.m: .MATTiiihtix
TIM MI Ill-Ill
si,i T01t1: .ritj
VI .ST. MA (JMlirit
Vlll.Ttl.N UIlO.1l l.i:i
By MAUOAnKT TUnNHL'I.I.
N(JTI l'lectliin returns will be
read betnren aeli Tiiesdny night.
The "I'.ic tnidkc ik, ' who an due nt
the I.vceum The aim this week, picent
nn I'litci talnim nt which Is a mKtuie of
iioneiife and brlghtneMM and w ildnc t.
The plot Is iltnple but the tin end of
the (Hum i.iiii tliiough the entile pel -formanee
while IngenloiiKlv Intel woven
me nunitrnus iiiuhii 11 uuuiliers und
foug 111 t n. piliu'lp.il uiiiiini, vv lilt h 11 it
"Kveiv Item! LcuIh M I'.u-k to Vim.'
"I'mlHlenne, "I'll upatiii, ' IMxiluiiil, '
"Mazumm 1 ' "Suniuiun, ' and ollieis
Among the prlnclruls will be found
Hilton and I.cwls. Illllv Mosse). Unity
I'. Kelly, Mao Yulr, Mutgle Cullln, l.es
lie Hunter und the Kour Dancing Hui
monlsts. These uie aided by about fcuty
)nnng women who makn up tho rhoius
There also vvlll be given on election
night a midnight peifoimanco. which
vvlll start at 11 p. m. The iniiiiugeinent
lias made niiangementB with tho West
em Union Telegraph Company to In
stall a private wire on the stuge ut tho
T.vceiim to tee-elvc election returns from
NEXT WEEK I SEATS ON SALE TUESDAY, 8:30 A. M.
KlAW & ERliAJVGER'S DIG PRODUCTION
(Direction ut Mn, JOSUP1I JHtOOKH)
Rebeccaof SunnyBrook Farm
With EDITH TALIAFERRO
iitiiftiTi1 . S H f r JjT-, "lirt H T-l ifTvj? R.PJ.M1 EJ
CHASE'S POLITE VAUDEVILLE
1 nshlnnrtoa'ii l.arKesf. merlea's Clnest. and Ibe 11 orld'i
.Model .Modern Tbtatrr 11 lib Ueeklv IIIIU Siiriaslni
'I'hp 1M) and lj.oe) Ittrnellonx.
Tljiiira nnan nl I TA on.) ? .?(( n in Ilnlti . It. n nnd Tltirlnir Irin In fur
a Grand frri I'ipe Organ ltccltal In lh I romr
intr-aton llierr Ik
nII.A MAT"., r Crnlm r.VI., S., r.O. nuil 7' Cmtm.
ELECTION NIGHT TWO PERFORMANCES
R and 10 .TO p hi Country M ItcturnM lrel lu rttitdf Hint Hai
lU-tw-wn Arm Ttn Sfnlw fr Uth NO IXiMIKAWi: IV PUI K
Tho Merr Mulcal romoily Alllttnr
SAM CHIP & MARY MARBLE CO
IndU'llnc John Dunne, fliarl-Mle Mori Kim rj I-cntnrr illo
Aor, At , In Their N w IIollnlpRe "ruturtf Hook' Murlcal lilt
"Thai nni1nfnlrikc"1,(, b Herbm Hull lnlow.
V I'lquantc, Mtlollu, Inughaltlf, and Picturesque Buccem
The Incoinpirnble protean fomedy Star.
SEYMOUR FELIX AND AMELIA CAIRE
hiinply Huperli In "In frc-arch nf a pnt ' Their I .a ten Irlumpli
LYONS and YOSCO
'Tlit IUrpct anj the blngor
OIKe Mrlfcoe. the Comic Cdntutrlce
Two Trlcksteri McMahon, Diamond
imw Dance' fir
hpeeiil Imported Keature,
THE FOUR BEGALS
The ArniMrern," Herculean Hpectncte,
Martini & Maimllllnn, the
&. Clemence, In "The Scare-
The Season' lie at Lanshtnr Noyclty
"And They Lived Happy Ever After"
II) Philip lJarth'lomae, Authur if "Ovt r Mht. Little Minn
Ilnmn," dc Theolore Dendlx and Hit hmphtn Plajeri Uufford
& rhaln Coombs . AUlwell, Ac Ituy heaU Tumcrrow
AaaaaaaT I I I .f H&
A Urllllant Variety at Vaudrvllle Ada limited liy
HUGH EMMETT & CO.
In a Sovrl and I'leturenqur 1 entrllociuUt and llunlcal IVatilrr.
Ml 1)1)1, IVI'ei.N. elM'.l.l.lll'.VI'll ( ()., In lltelr ulliirlc.n, eiiinedv
plnlet, ! Trvns lloolnK.'
Till: CIIMIMAI. Title). In n lirnilllfiillv i-oiliimecl and rlahnrare
l Mlneecl nilinlenl aet, of t-hariulnu; dlNllnetlnn.
II llllll lllti:i'.V the InlinllBlile porocllx nnd ncinoluKiie hiimnrlat,
I'lli: TIIIIIll. 1'lllMis, coined aeriitialM.
IITKII 4L. IIOI.DI'V. a Krnvrfcil xtnuinx mm dnnelni; team of
llll.l. I.l('i:i. i-oinrd e)cllt, ill reel frmii (he llbamlira I'alaee
llimle Hall, London, and
I'OM's ramoiiM I'hnloplavH.
M-KCIA! Two I'erJTnrmaneea un llleetlnn nlcht, . I "i.IO and Di-I."..
M'I'ri M III rlertlon reliirnt h) dlrrrt lented Hire.
MISS CUYDER ANNOUNCES
6 SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS
FRIDAYS, 4:30 P.M.
Adeline (lenee, N.v L'J.Yeajo, Dec 13,
Numara-lnjft unl Juruiluv Uotlnn, Kfb
T Alice NleUen und William HliivhHw,
Jan 10, Uol"dd 0iln iliy. Munh 7
lt"ia Olllzka und -acr HclurutnUa
A pi I) 1
Hubarrlpllon tUkcti $10. $S C. 14 nuv be nbtalmd now nt lO.'t t , fiom 2 t ' 5
p in tn Nov 8 Inc. rMnglo lUkfts on silt) .it iVdumb'u Thealtr one week before
n n, oimims now aaRAVELOGUE i'iuci;s im, yi, ya.su
,1 Columbia:;;;;. '
SUNDAY vrT,:;. ALSO MONDAY
WEST INDIES, MOV. 17-18; PANAMA AND SUEZ,N0V.24-25; INDIA.BOMABYTO DELHI,
DEC. 1-2; THE IAJ TO HIMALAYAS, DEC. 8-9; BURMA AND CMON, DEC. 15-16
C1IF limrac llckela Openn T FCHtV NftV 1? I 'n Tlmmilnj, Nov. 14
5AU courea I'laetly Alike lUUUftl, nUI. IC nluKle Tlekcta, huv. 13
THE LEADER OF THEH ALL,
WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST
Hilton A. I.evvlic
Harry I'. Kellj
Washington's Latest and
The COUNTRY STORE
jl Mar ulr
C'XTR A PERFORMANCE 11 P.M. ELECTION NIGHT
A jtiii'.ruiNH in ti'ixiii. nun: in l I'liim st(,i;i
THE AUTO GIRLS
Joe llnrtlR l-rejcrnlK
ED LEE WROTHE
With Ji:. l.riinM, rime Pnrlalan
lleamy," and Prank IVakrfleld. "Ilie
ind llnnv Othera, Incliiillns;
Til K.N'n-l'Ol II CIIOIIUS nnAUTII'.S
I'ver One a raublun IMnle.
EX1M FREE EXTRA
Kleellini Misht. niter hr rrKiilar
tirrr.irninure, rur Ihe flrnl time In
npchluistiin, a III: VI, Mill KIIIK
('aiimii-'i. two iiu- siicjws run
IM! IIIIIISSIHN, from Siln tn I 1.11.
i;lri'tlnii HrturiiK li- lllreet 1 Ire.
Ncvt Week "'Hip Jnll, reilllrn.' U
Sacred Heart Fair
National Rifles Armory
November 4 to 15
Great Luncheon 12 to 2 25c
Fine Amusement and Dancing
In Evening .
ATI. v:TI (11V, -. .!.
Jimlnh Mlille A. sciija Ciilulinii J .
vvlll do noil to consult dally the numer
ous and unuMU.il batiialn. orteird In Tin
Times "For Salo lllscellaneouu" Col
umns on tho Want Ad paces
MOUIIKN I'AUU'i: b'l UAMICHB
"Northland and Southland"
i:vi:ity dw in Tin: h:ah to
Old Point Comfort
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co.
STEAMER CHARLES MACMIS f 1
Two np il ills te,.t Hun i) in
L.aliiK hccnth Sticri Wharf at 10 m
auJ !... p in UoanJ trip tJgatc, Wo.