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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1012.
IN "THE FIREFLY,"
IStory, Locale, and Music
'. Combined at Coming
Novelty of story, localo nnil music,
J"ro tho three thins borno In mind
mhen Otto Ilniicrlmcli nnd Ituilolf Krltnl
t out to create "Tho rirefly." Kmmn
Trentlnrs now stnn-ln vehicle, which
JHI bo seen nt tho New National Thea
ter next week.
,ST, 'ho first time since her debut nt
CJIJJ InnhHttnn Opera llouoe, hns Trcn
imi been afforded the opioittinlty to
"isplay her tine ocal ciiulpmeiit. In
Jier last piece, "Nnuxhty Mnrietta," tho
rrimn donnn. had but threo numbers
o slnjr and little chance to exert her
oramatlc powers, nut as "The Firefly"
lias n real plot with a coherent story,
i' Rives the star every opportunity to
"Rain come Into her own. Mr. Frlrnt
,nas allotted eight numbers of Trcntlnl.
i .l1, ,,u-re are twenty-two numbers
jn the offerlnc. Arthur llammersteln,
no Is tho man behind the production,
i".". eI,ctcd a cast to support Trcntlnl
Tvith his accustomed care. The choruS
numbers sixty-five, nnd thcro Is on nuir
jnentcd orchestra of thirty-five mem
bers, under tho direction of Slgnor
oactano Meroln. who was tho principal
director Inst season nt Oscur Hammer
eteln s London opera house,
"I.lttlo Miss nrown," William A.
Urndy's latest and foremost comodv of.
ferln comes to the nelasco for one
Tveek only commenclnR next Monday.
."I-'itle Miss Itrown'" Is from tho pen
of Philip llartliolomae, who Is nlso re
sponsible for "Over Nlcht." a comedy
that scored such a prodlRloua hit Inst
Mndco Kennedy portrays the nrln
ipal female role, she Injects on un
usual combination nt Intelectuallty and
jeellnR Into her work, never losing slht
Jt an onportunitv to score. William
iMnrrls plays opposite to Miss Kennedy
lind with tho old of their assoclnto plav.
ers, manage to send the tillarltv alone
nt a rapid Bnt. Three acts of solid
ilniiRhs. makes "Little Mls Hronn" a
'wholesome lsltor wherever wholesome
humor Is relished
Ai all readers of The Washington
rrimcs aro by this tlmo well aware tho
Mtractlon at tho Columbia Theater next
jwpek will be Klaw & Krlnnger's beau
tiful production of that sweetest and
jniost 5ellKritful of New KnKland rnmc
"lles, "Ilebecca of Sunns blook l"urm '
Bn so fur as Tho Times Is concerned
Ho stronger indorsement of this pli. Is
.needed than this newspaper's rapldlv
(maturing plans to give tho orphan and
irrlppled children of Washington a huge
matineo unity nt the Columbia I ext
fWidnerdny nfternnon. I'or the tho.ifr
t.oers It mav be said that Kdlth Tali.i
lfrvo and the other members of tho
original company will present tho pliv
itcxt week, and that it is one of those
wv offerings that it Is the duty as well
as plensurn of every pnrent to visit
yjth tho children, as well as a charm
In entertainment for anyone to whom
,1he ripple of a sunlit brook holds more
charm than the turgid and often ful
stream of city life.
"Tellowstono Park" will be the topic
of the fifth and concluding trael talk
to bo dollvered by Dwlght Elmendorf
at tho National Theater this afternoon
Of all places In the world, this i
Jierhaps the most" fascinating. In addi
tion to the eldences of dlng voleanlc
(action to ho seen In the hot springs.
jeBers, nnd fumarolcs, there ore moun
tain brooks fnlrly alive with trout of
mony species, cascades and watcrfnlls
lof unequnlcd settings, a beautiful lake
surrounded bj lofty mountains and vol
canic peaks, and a river of sparkling
(water that dashes over a great precipice
'into a lanyon so cxtravagntly colored
that It seems unrcnl.
After spending a pnrt of this sum
mer In the pnrk his seventh visit since
1R53. Mr. Elmendorf hns become thor
oughly acquainted with Its many at
trnctlons; nnd hv means of his camera
brushes nnd colors, together with a
new set of motion pictures, all taken
tv himself, he feels nullified to present
this wonderland In a manner never be
Immediately at the close of his pres
ent series, Mr. Elmendorf will leave on
an extended trip to India and tho Far
HY MUS. MAi:
MIsb B. K.: Tho worry and bother nf
wealing hair-nets and veils to mako tho
hair stay up nnd conceal that dull,
"Htrlngy,' unkempt nppearanco sou
Fiicak of could be easily avoided It von
would stop shumpoolng with soap Tho
"flee, alkali In suap Irritates the scilp,
makes tho linli stieaked, dull, eoniae
Mid brittle. Shampoo with a leaspoon
ful of canthroi dissolved In a tun of
lot walei and our hair will alw ivs bo
light. Huffy and ensv to dn up. Iiislih-s
looking decldedlv neat This shampoo
1 ithers abundantly, dries quickly, stops
Itching of the si alp and cleanses as no
other hhampoo will. The luxury of ex
tiemo clcanllntss which tomes from the
use of thin shampoo his made It iu
popular that many of the best h.ili
iliesseis now uso It cxcluslvelv It U
incxpenslvo and can be bought at an)
Carmen: It Is a very easy matter to
jedueu lour weight without leaving the
t,Mn wilnkled and llabhv If vou onl
Know bow. Heie is the secret. Hu at
any drug store four ounces of pirnntls
nnd put In lVj pints of hot vvatei Wh ii
cold strain nrvl take a tiiblmpi ontul if
tin liquid bcfoio each meal. This Is
harmless und Iho pl-islmt war It will
cut down your weight will kui prise ou
Woldlng rich, solid foods and taking
plenty of cxu-clso will assist greatly In
getting rid of oui fat quickly.
Constance: Right now Is the best
tlmo to get lid of faelul blemishes such
an freckles, pimples. sMn-roughness,
. rituinu ,.tp. Hut vou should not use
soap on tho fuco verv often, as It makes
the skin ur ami iiaiaii i ntnimuuni
fi,n its, nf u irond creaselcsa faie-cream.
vhii h ran bn made by dissolving one
ounco of almozoln (get It at any drug
gist's) In oiiL-half pint cold water, and
ndd two teospoonfuls glycerine Btli
and let stand an hour or so It 1b In
expensive and you will llnd lib regular
life will Improve join skin wondeifuliy
it keeps the skin smooth, soft an.l
satin) Almozoln eleam-jellv Is a lino
and soothing tleansei and will prevent
blackheads, piemnture wrinkles, nnd
when used ns a mussnge cream will re
store color to daik, sallow bklns.
Nndle' To stteliKlhen your weak eyea
nnd lid them of that dull, met worked
look, put In each e)e dallv two or three
ilrera of a line, HtrenRthcnlmr tonic
made by dlwsolvinp an ounce of cryatos
III a Pint of water. Thin ee-tonlc Is
very Koothlnir and strenglhnnlnK, and
by usIhk it rcKularly, In a abort time It
will make our o)ca stroiiB, clenr, and
sparkllnp. I find It unetiualed as a Rood
ee-tonlo for treating weak, Inllamcd,
expresslonlces ey s.
Inez O,: Don't worry; almost every
body ol.so has the same trni'ble. At
the approach of winter Impiitltlea In
blood usually mnnlfest themselves and
what Mt'i reiiuiie to overcome the
plmplv, "muiluv iimilelon with l aj
good u.vsU'in-tciiic nnd icgulutoi. Vuu
East, where he will devote nine months
to the collection of material for use In
his next course of lectures In this city.
t'olllo vaudevlllo Is sharing Willi tho
dramatic theaters tho farcc-wrltlng
genius of Philip Hnrtholomao, who camo
Into tho spotlight of success recently,
first with tho delightful comedy, "Over
Night," and next with "Little Miss
Drown." Mr. llartholomae will present
at Chase's next week "And They Lived
Happv Ever After," which has been
stamped with New York's unqualified
favor. The New York production will
bo given Intact, the company Including
Conind Cantzcn, Clay Clement, Jr.: Fred
n. Hlx, Jamis Maco, Frances Shannon,
and Helen I)u Hols.
Tho extra idded attraction Is tho
noted conductor and composer, Theo
doro llcndlx, and his Symphony Play
ers, who have achieved really wonderful
success rlnco their advent In vaudevlllo.
They will render a program of classical
nnd folk "song, solo, and ensemble selec
tions, which musical critics have likened
to a "petit symphony." Tho third feo
tuio will bo Nick Hufford and Dell
Cbuln, In their absurdity, "The 'Cullud
Parson nnd tho Minstrel Man," In which
the ludicrous aspects of n plantation
"bush meeting" aro reproduced. '
The opcratla duuttlsts, Frank Coombs
nnd Ernest Aldwell, from tho Manhat
tan Opera Company, will lncludo their
"Hongs of Then and Now." Tho musi
cal eomedy singers, Harry Linton and
Anita Laurence, will give a lyrical fan
tasy called "Tho Plnno more." Hatry
Devlne and Dcllo Williams will gHo
"The Salesman and tho Drummer," and
tho Clalrmonts will thrill with their
aerial ladder episodes.
Other regular and populnr feature"
will be tho plpo orgnn iccltals at 1:30.
7:30, and Intermission and tho Animated
Wlst i nrlrl.uilA hnnnAnlniTN.
! ' -; .- --
Seldom Is a show, and especially a
musical comedy, met with that can
boast of such on evenly-matched and
well-balanced cast of principals as will
appear at the Academy next week in
Mark Swan's "Tho Dingbat Famll."
The company Includes, among a host
of novelties, each new to this style
of performance, the smallest eccentric
comedian. Rich McAllister, who sang
and danced his way to fame through
I the medium of "A Night In a London
Music Hall"; Jlena Lewis, who plays
Mrs. Dingbat, or "The Duchess," and
who, with her size and weight of 223
pounds, Is a foil for Mr. Dingbat, the
charming prima donna, Countcs Olga
Von Hatzfeldt, Wllllnm Pructte, Jr.,
whose bnrltonu oice Is said to equal
that of his famous father; tho petite
and magnetic dancer. Hazel nice, and
the original fnt boy comedian, Uobby
Tom Harry & Co, will he the leadtiu
entertainers of n diversified bill at Poll's
next week. Mr. Ilorry will present a
droll one-act sketch In which he Is seen
as the Irate father of a timid bride The
plalet Is called "The Oerman Inva
sion," with the scene laid In a New
York apartment. Tho leading supple
mentary featuro will be Charles U Law.
lor & Co., In a series of character Im
personations and songs It m In the
portravil of plcturcque Italian 'v
that Mr Lav lor nnd his two attractive
daughter.) are said lo excel
The success ofl Hugh Emmett & Co.,
this week has prompted Manager
Thatcher to secure another act of ven
triloquism for next week, but Alf Hi
pon works in an entirely different man
ner from Mr. Emmett, so there will be
novelty In his specialty. Mills and
To Remove Salloivness,
Blotches or Wrinkles
(From Family Ptavslclan.)
Do vou realize that Just beneath that
conrse, muddy or discolored complexion
there's nn exquisitely beautiful skin of
outhfu! tint and delicacy? If you
lould only bring this complexion to tire
surface, discarding the old one' You
can in the easiest, simplest, most na
tural manner Imaginable. Just get an
ounce of ordinary meieollzod wax ut
any drug store, apply nightly like cold
cream, removing It mornings with warm
wuter. The wax assists Nature b
gradually taking off the lingering par
ticles of dend and half-dead surface
skin, causing no discomfort whatever.
Ordinarily It takes from a week to
ten davs to complete the transforma
tion. Cutaneous defects llko pimples,
blotches, liver spots, moth patches,
freckles, Of course. dlsoprar with tho
old skin. Nothing else that I know of
will accomplish such wonderful results
In so short a time.
Fine lines and even the deeper wrin
kles often appear at an early age. In
such cass nothing Is better than a
face bath made by dissolving 1 oz.
povvdcicd saxolite In pt witch hazel.
This Is remarkably effective.
con easily make It jourself. (Jet from
our drucclst an ounce of kardine and
dissolve it in one-nun pint aiconoi tnuc
wnskvi: men aim one-nan cupiui
sugar and enough hot water to make a
quart or tonic. A tuoiespooniui laaeii
before each meal will soon rid your
HVstem of poisonous accumulations, and
mono vou stronif unci neaiin, uringiiiK
the ruddy glow of perfect health to your
Alma I!.. You can rid our skin of
those unsightly halrB with a slmplo
paste made by mixing enough powderid
dclatone and water to cover the hairs
mt wanted Apply and let remain two
or threo minutes. Then rub off. wash
tile skin and the hairs are gone. Thi"!
method Is haimlcss and unfailing and
leaves tho skin free from spot or
Mis. W: Long, tuily lashes lend an
added touch to femlnlnu beauty. Get
fimii viiiir dniL'izlst a small, original
packagu of ps roUn and apply n little
of It at lashroota with tniimn nun loie
llngir. This makes them glow long ami
cuily. Thin evebiovvs snouui nave
pvinxin nibbed nn them w.lth llnger-e-nd
mil ihey will comn In thick and gloss)
1 so caution not to get any where huir
Is nut wanted
Je'slii 1 1 : Some sago dressings aro
benefit i.il to tho scalp, but I never lfc
imiiivnd them on account of the danger
ot staining or dlscoloilng the hair. If
vou want a good, dependable M'medy
foi dandiurr, Itching scalp and fulling
hair, ti) an ounce of qulnznln dissolved
In one-half pint of alcohol (not whisk))
and one-half pint water. Thl will put
vour hall and scalp In a health) condi
tion Appl) the tonic twice a wcik,
tubbing It gently Into the hail -roots. It
Is lieo ironi on ami miiKes a line- me-.i-ing
for the hair I know of many wh"
wete tioubled with "hopeless" cases of
dandiuff and falling hair that found
tills on Ideal tonic
Zoa' You must not use fare powder If
)ou want a smooth, rosy, healthy com
plexion. Powdei enters the pores, in
larRis them and eventual!) came
coal so, sallow tkin then wrinkles. To
have a smooth skin that looks natural
and not ultlllilal, )ou must use u lotion.
Ileic is a splendid rulpe for an Inex
pensive one (let from any dim: stoiJ
four ounces nf spurmax, dissolve It In
a half-pint hot water (or witch hazel)
addlnc two tcaspoonfuls Kl)cerine Ap
ply this lotion to your face, neck and
iiiiuii, ruhblni; gently a few mormnls
and It will lend a most chaimliu; tono
to jour skin. This spurmux lotion le
moves the shine and Rives a clean,
clear, wholesome look to a sallow skin.
If )ou devli o a really rharmlntr com
plexion, taboo face powders. They rub
off too easily and Klvc that readily
notlceablo "pa(ntid" look which tills lo
tion docs not. Thli lotion Is lino for
cold sorts, ehapH, pimples, and a sure
piotcctlon to a delicate skin fiom biting
vvliiil anil iliangcH or wtatnei
Head Mis Mart)n's book "lleuut)
Moulton will offer rapid fire fokes; Joe
Whitehead will be the parodist and
leading raconteur of the bill, Good
rich, Vnn, and Hill, will be seen In a
cabaret feature nnd Inza nnd Lorella,
comedy acrobats, will complete tho
vaudeville features nf tho entertain
ment. Tomorrow afternoon nt :30 o'clock Is
the tints set for tho concert at the Na
tional Theater by Mnrcella 8"mbrlch.
The program, which has already been
announced, will bo varied only by tho
addition of Schumann's Hi ant Llcdc-r,
1 and 2, which the diva has consented
to sing In response to many requests.
While Mme. Sembrtch will bo supported
by two extremely popular artists, Outla
Caslnl, 'cellist, and Frank La Forge,
pianist, she has resisted tho temptation
to minimize the numbers In which she
will appear, and tho result will bo n
predominance of the prima donna,
Madnma Sembrlch In all of her work
dlsplnvs nn art which rests upon a
musicianship complcto nnd authorita
tive, and upon a poetic Insight pos
sessed bv few opera singers, and ex
ceeded Iry none of her fellow artists of
tho great Metropolitan company, T Ar
thur Smith la directing the local ar
rangements. Teddy Simon's Auto Olrls" will be
the attraction at tho Lyceum Theater
next week, with Mildred Htollor, Ber
tha albsnn, Lew Shcnn, Hazel Ford,
Pi ankle (It arc, Lew Fein, und a chorus
of fifty singing and dancing people.
An up-to-date burlesque Is promised,
which Is handsomely mounted, the
gowns ot the chorus being especially
handsome, according to reports that
havo como In ndvanco of the show.
Occult science and tho orient are al-
wa)s associated, and If there Is a coun
try where the learned men havo really
found the means of communication
with those who have passed "bejond
the bourne," It Is probably In India,
since the demonstrations made thcro
are sufficiently nustlf)lng. It Is said,
to leave the scoffer unucciocu as 10
whether there con be anything in splr-
That there Is something In spiritual
ism D-. Eddy, who has recently re
turned from India, su that he will
demonstrate beyond the point of con
tradiction at a seance at tne ueiasco
Among the features he proposes to
give Is that of summoning spirits
among committeemen selected from the
audience. He says that the spirit forms
will appear anil disnppeur at his com
mand upon the stage, which will be
well lighted. At the command of the
medium, It Is claimed, ihe spirit forms
disappear, but appear again In the
audience. The medium sa)s that he Is
glad to have his tests Investigated.
Other demonstrations Imlude slate writ
ing, supernatural visions, flqatlng
tables, chairs, etc.
Headed by Nettie Nelson, prima donna,
nnd Phil Ott, a inpnble funmnker, "Tho
Jolly Follies" will come to the Oayety
next week with a large company of as
sisting comedians and singers, and an
el ihorate production, provided by Al
Rich, the owner The seines of the two
act musical fane are laid In .Mexico,
nnd this will offer the excuse for a
brilliant arrnv of Spanish costumes As
sisting Miss Nelson und Mr Ott will he
Alice Lnzar, Maurlic Wood. Virginia
Ware, Tom Robinson, Mnx Hurkliaidt,
and Hob Ott, with n large and lively
The prodiutlon hns tieen staged by
I.con Errol, who Is also responsible for
the catchy music with which the piece
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M ASONST.O CONDUCT
Anacostia Lodge Will Pay Last Tribute to Benjamin N.
Taylor, Who Died Suddenly While at Work in
The Navy Yard.
WASIIINOTON T1MB3 IlUltEAU,
ANAOOHTIA. I). C NOV, 7
Funeral services for llenjamln N,
Taylor, who dropped dead while at
work in the Washington navy yard on
Tuesday morning nt 11 o'clock, will be
held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
under Masonic auspices from his late
residence, 1 Oalen street. The body
wilt ho Interred In tho Congressional
Anacostia Lodge, No. 21, F. A. A. M.,
will nttend the last rites, ns tho de
teased was for many ears a member
of the organization, and a meeting of
tho lodge was held Inst night to tako
action concerning his death and
funeral. He was a member of tho
Anacostia Baptist Church also. Mr.
Taylor was forty-eight years old, and
Is survived by several grown children.
Mr. Taylor had been In III health tor
n long time, and his sudden death was
due to a recurrence of his Illness. He
had bccn'emplo)cd In tho Washington
navy yard for nearly twenty years.
Miss Gertrude A. Phillips, principal
of the Ketcham School, presided nt a
meeting yesterday afternoon In that
building of the program committee of
the Anacostia Parent-Teacher Associa
tion, she being chairman of that com
mittee. The women were called to
gether to pass upon tho program for
tho proposed night meeting that was
planned for November 15 In the parish
hall of the Emmanuel Protestant Epis
copal Church Dr. Wllllum C. Wood
ward, the District Health Officer, who
had been Invited to make the address,
will not be abto to speuk on that date,
owing to another engagement, so tho
committee decided to postpone what
was to have been tho first general and
social gathering to bo held this season
by the Purent-Tcacher Association.
Health Officer Woodward will bo
asked to speak on the evening of De
cember 6, according tu tho revised
plans, and the program will consist
otherwise of mus'cnl selections. The
parents will be given an opportunity to
meet each other, and the presence of
tho men ut the families Is hoped for.
The town hnll In Congress Heights
was crowded with members of the Pa
triotic Order of Americans and their
friends last night, when Camp No. s,
P O A., gave Its first supper of the
season. The women had prepared the
delicacies that were served, and hun
dreds of people enjoyed the menu pro
vided. Franklin H. Olcker colled to order
In the parish hall of the Emmanuel P E.
Church last night the general committee
appointed to manage the fair of thai
parish to be hi Id In Anacostia Masonic
Hall during the week of November 11.
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The Men's Club of tho parish, of which
Mr. Olcker Is president, is taking a
leading part In thu management of
the bazaar, and the reports received
last night concerning the progress that
is neiug made were satisfactory. It
will bo tho first event of the kind to
bo given by Emmanuel parish In a long
Acting upon promises made to citizens
of this section at different times, the
Engineer Commissioner of tho District
hns caused the Improvement of tho west
side of Nichols avenue to bo pushed
rapidly. The macadamizing of the high
way nas proceeded rrom congress
Heights to Sumner road, near Anacos
tia. This Is tho section of street over
which the operation of automobiles was
prevented, owing to Its condition, re
sulting In Police Court cases, which
were not prosecuted finally. In addi
tion to making the western portion of
the roadway passable for traffic, the
street car tracks are to be tilled In,
obviating another cause for complaint.
It being alleged that wagons were In
jured and motorcycle accidents caused
by the condition of the rails.
John Thompson, of Weemstown. N. J..
Is visiting Robert Thompson, his brother
at Z!(E Nichols avenue. Miss Eva
Thompson, of the same city, has come
here to live with her brother.
The organization of Camp Fire Olrls,
composed of pupils of the Ketcham
School, has enteied upon a program of
activities related to Its field. A one
mile tramp. In exploration of the ruins
of old Fort Stanton, has been taken In
company with the school teachers.
Others ore being arranged. Tho girls
have commenced to mako screens nnd
curtains for use in the school building,
and have enough of the latter as the
result of their own handiwork lo utilize
In their hnll.
Dr George H Heltmuller, one of tho
medltnl Inspectors of the public schools,
gnvo ii lecture before the Cnmp Fire
Olrls and tho teachers, speaking on
icimi nnii iniant mortality anil demon
stratlng first aid to the Injured and
methods of bandaging.
Miss Marie 8telnle, of Anacostia. has
become one of the corps of school teach
ers attached to the Ketcham School
again She was trnnsferred from the
Hr)nn School to teach the fourth grade
In the Ketcham building, tilling the
place formerly occupied by Miss Mabel
P)les, who resigned
Requiem mass was chanted this morn
Ire at 9 TO o'clock In St Tores., s
Church for Mrs Clara M Lushy, wife
of Mounted Piilltcn-B.il Thomas A Lus
hy .of the Elevemli precinct. I!i pre-Ff-ntatlves
of the policeman's stitlon
attindid. and ther si nt a handsome
lloral offering hTe bmly was Interred
In Mt Olivet Cemeler).
rienty of lunshlne. Will
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Within walking distance of
ri atory modern apartment
houie, nil outside rooms. U
atnr, telephone, etc.
Cnntenltnt to both car ltns
larce reception halla; excel
In desirable arctlnn ot the
northwest, near OupontClrcU
Jartje porches, excellent con
On tne Heights. 14th st.
car line. Janitor service.
rino location. Alt con
veniences. 14th at car
In the heart of business
section. Janitor service.
Q st. car line.
11th and 14th st. car
More Than Three Hundred Appli
cants Take Up Tests
More than 300 of the 3:3 applicants
for' examination appeared nt tho Civil
Service Commission this mottling to
tukf, tho test fur appointments as car
riers and clerks In tho Washington city
There aro no limitations or restrictions
on tills examination. Anv citizen of
the United States Is eligible to take it.
Physical fitness Is the only qualifica
tion to bo met. Residence In or out of
tho District of Columbia makes no dlf
The examination will extend until to.
morrow. Tho tests to be given embraco
arithmetic, spelling, English composl
lion, repot t writing, handwriting, geog
laphy, nnd rapid and correct leading of
All successful candidates will bo
placed upon roster of cllglblcs for ap
pointment, In the order of their stand
ing. They will bo divided Into three
classes, upon their own choice as want
ing appointments as carriers, as clerks,
or as cither clerks or carriers.
You Should Have
Seen the Pimples
But Now Her Face Is the Faire3t
of the Fair, Due to Stuart's
Those dlmnlcs nre Ilka penrls In a ruby
luslr when Stuart's Calcium Wafers
clear the face of every pimple, spot and
blemish. And even if )ou haven't
dimples, the clear, transparent skin of
a health). Cnlclum Wnfcr complexion Is
more radiant than the deft touch of
an artist to tho most exquisite water
Stuart's Calcium Wafers act directly
upon the sweat glands of the skin, since
tin Ir mission is to stimulate the excre
torv ducts Thev do not create rer
si (ration, but cuuse tho skin to breathe
nut vigorously, thus transforming per
Hiirnllon Into a gaseous upor The
cnlclum sulphide of which thuc wafers
ale composed consumes the germ poi
sons In th" sweit glands and pores,
hence In th blood makes a new, smooth
skin In a surprislngl) short time
You will ncvir be ashamed to look at
vourself in a mirror, once )ou use
.Stuart's Calcium Wofcis. Nor will )oilr
friends give )ou that hinting look, as
much as to say for goodness sukc, get
rid of those pimples.
There Is no longer any excuse for any
one to huve a face disfigured with skin
eruptions, when It Is so easy to get rid
of them Simply get a box of Stuail s
Calcium Wafers at any drug store and
take them according to dliectloru
After a few da)s you will hardly recog
nize )ourself In the mirror The change
will delight vou Immensely. All blem
ishes will disappear
All druggists hdl Stuart Caloluir
Wafers nt M cents a box
M niumenfeld. formerly at 311
Kth street announces the removal
of his Jewelry and Photo Supplies
Hloro to bis new location at S010
lltli street Complete and choice
line of jewelry. Mt Pleasant head
quarters for. photo supplhs Watch
repairing a speelalt). Ueveluping
:mhi Mth st.
I'IIOM: (III.. 7T.-p.
Every woman's heart responds to
tho charm and sweetness ot a ba
by's volco, because naturo intended
her for motherhood. Dut even tho
loving naturo ot a mother shrinks
from tho ordeal of suffering and
danger. Women who use Mother's
Friend aro saved much discomfort
and their systems aro In a healthy
condition to meet tho time with tho
least possible danger. Mother's
Friend Is recommended only tor
tho relief and comfort of expectant
mothers, and Its many years of suc
cess, and tho thousands of endorse
ments received from women who
have used it aro a guarantee- of tho
benefit to bo derived from its use.
Mother's Friend allays nausea, pro-
t OUIB VUJUlltr AAa 4tf m
of the breasts,
nnd in every
utes to strong,
hoalthy motherhood. Mother's
Friend is sold nt drug stores. Wrlto
for our frco book for expectant
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Allan!.. Cs.
v- ... , . ..- , , ,, ;
Old Point Comfort
olt-i;nil TIclii'tK liu liiilinir
Stateroom ind Viotiiinndutiona "t
ii wiiir.iu in ii(it'i:i.
S.lt to Moll . jr.so
I'll to Moll 01 Sit In Tuck 1IM)
Kri to Tina 01 hat to Wed l.".r.o
Clt) IliUrl tlfllce', T.'tl l.-.tli SI.
. . Witndniird lltilldlliK.
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co.
STEAMER CHARLES MACU.E3 Til
Two trlpx dally except Sunday to
Lrnvlni; Sivclilli "-Ire t Whatt al 10 i in
sod 1.15 (. " 1-Odwi tilv tu 1,'au, W..
MATS . TUnS., TIIUIIB. AND HAT.
HUt) KtHIIKH'8 Orjiinal Crsitlon,
MUTT and JEFF
Tin Musical Comedy Snatlon of
Neil Week-Till-: IlINOBAT FAMILY.
lit at Nils.
A if. Woods' Supretn Mjlci
If. Woods' Suprem Mjilcal Offering-.
Tho Krans Lehsr Inlernstleml Comic Opra
, ,, ' m enwrnble, 100. Orchtitra
Of 35, -
Hi Today at 430
The Yellowstone Park
rmrKH. Mc. 7Ce, 11.00 BCAT3 HKLLINO.
NEXT WEEK !, g ""
Arthur llammersteln Present
Comedy Opera, THE FIREFLlY
MMi:. MAHC I'.l.l, 1
'Ilckets. XOO, l.,0, l.ot. T. Arthur
Smith's, 1327 K at. (In gander A Itnr
mnn'M), I Tonight at Hits
iTburs. and Sat.
Mr. RICHARD BENNETT
Modern Comedy Drama
"THE STRONGER CLAIM"
ny Marraret Turnbull.
With Edith Wynne Matthlson, Margaret
p Ncin, Alice Johnaon, Tim Murphy,
Milton llroraley. sod Klchard llennett.
WOltns HIT "-T1MEH
'THE 1'UVY Of I'OWnif'-STAIt
"MOST VITAL N1JW I'ltODUCTION OF
TIIH FEASO.V " IIRRA1.II
"MIfrt MATTIIISOVH CHARACTERI
ZATION IIEAL'TIKUL, AND ll-AW-I.KIM
Next week I Seats on Sale
Klaw & Erlancer's Bis Production
(Direction of Mil. JOSEPH llltOOKaj
Rebecca of Sunny
Moit Jl'Auilful Theatre In America.
Attractions Equaling the fi Theatres.
Daily Ainta , c Kea , :-c JX.. &. ;;c
Sain C'lilp V Mnry Mnrlile To
In "TIIi: I.ANIJ OK DYKES," New
Hit KelU A Calrr, In "In Search o?
a I'ast " loni A; oct, 4 Itesil.
)IIe Ilrlncoe. &c Next week Phtlln
llartulomae. Author of "Over NlKht"
and ' Mule Mlu Hrown." Preient
"An'l The I.lwd Happy ner Artr '
The Ileal IjushlnK Noclty of the
heaann Hendlx tfjmpliony rUyen,
,cc Great Dill.
i: I. HOUES rietvnt
n "KINDLING" byChas.Kenyon
A l'U llul ha Thrilled an Hntln- Conti
nent Weil Mat., . to 11 (v, hat. Mat., -0
11 i.0. Mghte. Uk to J. W.
.ct tv cell -l'lrt Tlmo Off Urea In ay
W3I. A. IIKAUY PreacuU
Little Miss Brown
1 Till. LOL'DLIST LALCll OK A LH'".'I1MG.
t! lllsh Cl-m. Vaudeville. Twice lall.
T III'JH 13ISIETT fc e-o. In a lirllllint cn,
' l miuquisi .i"
StliMlcton, Hpfllnuer & Co. In the Cnmciljr
. i l'lavlet, A Texn Woohm"
i Harry llriiri. Munolonulit Will Lii'v,
. Trick e'jiILt The Lnloolill Muilcil Trio
' 7re Three Frank' Comedy Arrulwta, and
'leurler & lioldui. Mualcal tntcrtalnera.
Tk i rrrturmuncea Dally b nd htt Wrotho
Ed Lee Wrothe
Next Wtek-TIIK JOt.I.V 1'Ot MIW
I Tho Leader or Them All
A JCXEi MT .AJx.avakj
WITH AN AI.L-STAU CAST
1 lunclns ItarnionUla &. I'amoua lleauty
FRIDAY NIGHT TUB COUNTRY STOIU2
N.xt Weck-THi: AUTO OIKIA
Sacred Heart Fair
National Rifles Armory
Great Luncheon 12 to 2 23c
HIBERNIAN NIGIIT TONIGHT
Exceptional Amusements. Dancing
TH Klirs roil llI.ISH 1"T 111 I.T.MVN
IXJMhllT. No Will ml h mini iv ml r-
noun, un aula ut T Alt 1 11L It b.Mlni!, 1 "
V hi , and nt tho door t
uAmiiiiu t.ry -nurl 4. hiu, i;,
Nal'l lllfla' rmory Ci ntlnunnw d un in, il
Owing to tho rpil growth of nur
Fall and Winter Season
both hmiaM will remain on thf- i ir
instead of one closing hh heretofore,
November and December
the mwl ileliehtful month nf the year,
in w hlch occurs Thankjurivlnfr J)iy,
Atlantic's Pall Easter,
no charco i ma-1 for pnal luith rooms
white service in both American plan an I
Ih carte diniiiif rojma IsMiuUito nitric
Theatres and other annulment Ito'linir
Chairs flolf snuili J"i) riiuiiuirt
itintnr mini 0Mierlnf nn'vni nt
J03IAH WJHTri & SONS COMPANY