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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, . NOVEMBER 36, 1012.
'ROBIN HOOD' SUNG
BY STELLAR CAST
AT THE NATIONAL
Big Revival Is Enthusiastic
ally Received With Re
STARS MAKE HITS
IN "HANKY PANKY"
AT THE BELASCO
It Really Is a "Jumble of
Jollification in Two
tliat famous old opera "Robin
Hood." wm sung M It has seldom
"en sung before In Washington last
nlgfet when a compter of artists ot
our reputation on the operatlo
stage Justified the expectations of a
' audience at, the National Thea
ter. It waa a big- revival, well mint, well
tared and well acted by the De Kov
ea Opera, Company, and ao enthualaatlo
wa the 'reception accorded the all
tar caat that the performance! ran
bit beyond the alloted time becauie
of the encores. Edwin Elevens, In bla
Tinker's Bona," came back three
time and then the muelcal director
M forced to put the ban on further
Moraa of thta old-time favorite.
. iUldo from the all-star caat; a word
of torala la due the handsomely
sTowncd and excellently trained chor
via. "A bunch Of beauties." comment
ed an old etager en the first row and
he waa right. They were good to
look upon and good to hear, and the
male division of the chorus which
only occasionally cornea tn for atten
tion from the audience or the review
era waa an exceptionally strong and
Pleasing one last night
The stage settings were artistic and
sometimes dassllng, and It is doubtful
if the old Bostoatana ever put on a
mere entertaining and faithful produc
tion of "Robin Hood."
When a cast Includes such famed
singers as Bessie Abbott, Florence
Wlekham, Walter Hyde, Herbert Water
ova, Carl Qantvoort, Edwin Stevens,
Pauline Hall, and Sjrlva Van Dyck It
ta difficult to differentiate between their
meritorious offerings ot real melody,
Sir. Waterous, perhaps, received the
heartiest applause of the evening after
hie opening song In the second act,
mad 'tis armorer's song In the third.
Ho possesses a magnificent bass voice,
and a packed house greedily listened
to every note, and then clapped and
clapped for more. Miss Florence Wick
nan was a charming Alan-a-Dale,
gratifying both to aye ana ear, and her
clear voice, of grand opera volume,
waa captlvatlngty placed last night.
Walter Hyde, for four years the tenor
gtar at the Covent Gardens, London,
waa aa Ideal Robin- Hoed. He has a
magnetic stage presence, a clear tenor
of unusual quality and appeal, 'and his
acting waa about as good as his sing
Intr. which Is savins; a areat deal.
Illaa Bessie Abott won consistent and
well-deserved applause as Maid Marian.
She possesses a rich, rare soprano voice
of-unusual range and clarity. She waa
at i her best In, the forest song In the
eeoond act. " .
' Carl Gaatvoorr Stars.
No one thinks of "Robin Hood," with
out calling to mind that wonderful old
aoag. "Brown October AJe." Carl Qant
voort waa cast last night In tho role ot
Uttle John, and there were moments
of real enjoyment when Llttlo John and
chores lifted steins and sang the fav
orite of many past performances. As
haa already been noted, Kawln Btevena
and his "Tinker's Song.", .delayed, the
performance because of the encores they
Pauline Hall, one ot the bright stars
tn the' firmament of comlo opera, la ex
cellently cast as Dame Durden, and of
course George B. Frothlngham, of tho
end Bestonlans. Is Friar Tuck.
Mr. Frothlngham, who has played this
rale hundreds of times, received a genu
ine tribute from the National audience
last night and somehow everybody
agreed that "Robin Hood" wouldn't
Have seemed like Itself If this favorite
of former days were missing. Miss
flylva Van Dyck Is an ent.rely accept
able Annabel, and Philip Sheffield Dor
othy Arthur, and Mary Moone have
comparatively smaller pirta which are
The principals, the chorus, the stag
ing, the orchestration, under direction
of Frank B. Tours In tact, the entire
performance Justifies every admirer of
"Robin Hood" In the determination to
aee a notable revival at the National
Such a medley and mixture of witty
lines, catchy -songs, and pretty music,
rendered by as large a galaxy of stars
as hag been seen on a single-stage here
thle aeasen, marked the opening per
formance of Lew Fields' all-star com
pany in "Hanky Panlcy" at the Belasco
last night. And one of the most distin
guished audiences of the season, too,
attended this performance.
"Hanky panky" la a musical comedy
making absolutely no pretentions of
having a plot, which makes It all the
more Interesting, and different from the
average plotless musical comedy In that
It to not a mere series of vaudeville
numbers Interspersed here and there with
a chorus number. It calls Itself a
"jumble of jollification tn two acts,"
and that Is just what It Is.
With the book oy BdgjrBmlth, the mu
alo by A. Baldwin Sloane, and lyrics by
E. Ray Goets, the production la staged
by Qua Bohlke. Behind all of these Is
Lew Fields, that master of musical
comedy production. This list of names
alone la enough to Insure the success of
"Hanky Panky." These, taken togeth
er with the names of Bobby North, Max
Rogers, Harry Cooper, Florence Moore,
Clay smith, Christine Nlelson. Hugli
Cameron, and William Montgomery,
and Ita success Is doubly assured, as
was shown by Ita long run In New
It Is funny, that automobile tragedy
of Harry Tate's which has been given
the title "Motoring" and which was the
big laughing hit at the royal command
performance before the King and Queen
of England, In the Palace Theater, Lon
don, last July. For the first time It
appears In one of the lower-price thea
ters, the Cosmos, this week, as the of
fering extraordinary, and 'four capacity
audiences yesterday and last night,
thoroughly enjoyed It It is the.eamo
production and the same cast of play
ers aa made King George laugh, and
It has not forgotten the trick. Four
comedians and a small boy, every one
of them excellent character actors, pre
sent It and laughter and more laugh
ter waa the verdict of those wh6 saw
The remainder of the bill Is also good
and Includes a pretty llttlo Texas
sketch, filled ,wtth pathos and comedy
and well presented by Plerco Benton
and Annette Gray; some good banjo
' jj Aims ana hio; a laugn-
01 new ana ciever
able ten minutes
song .with breety patter by Fred Prim
trio onerinc or aance
song by Laurence and Roberta
rose, and an eccen
and sons: bv Lai
New York act todai
foregoing. The film features, heeded by
the Pathe Weekly Review of big events
in tne worm, are gooa,
orlc act today In addition to the
If laughs 'are'' Indicative of tho suc
cess of a production, Mcltle' Williams
and her big company, presenting ! the
"Queen of Bohemia" at the Oayety
this week, are entitled to aJI the good
things thst could be ssld about them. It
Is Miss Williams' first venture Into star
dom, -and .she carried 'off the honors In
a' manner thst won her many new
Surrounded by a big company that can
s'ng and dance far above the average
burlesquers. Miss Williams dominated
the two-act production, her numerous
?ongs" and dances winning many recalls
rom large audiences. Assisting her are
such well-knowh performers on the bur
lesque stage aa Harry Sheppell, George
Hmve.' whoaa tmtaaraonstlori of
town constable Is Inimitable: F. A. Tur
ner, Cliff Morman, Madge Darren, ana
A large ana wen nmimn
arsd at Intervals during the
Mae Week. A large and well costumed
action of the piece.
The girl bad
White Girl in Johnson
Case Out Under Bond
Cameron, who had
Government under a saJ.OOO bond aa
witness against Jack Johnson, the col
ored heavyweight prlseflghter, hae been
alven her liberty under si. 0B9 balL
'Miss Cameron's mother waa permit
ted to slan the new hand.
been held, at the Rockford (PL) jail fori
Hinu wmii aa a witness against me
champion In a oaae Involving -the vio
lation of the Mann white slave act.
ODD mxewg DAltCsa
ftuuuatstrW EwllwisneeSaV. Nov, sT.'lMi.'
Ticnarra, as caw is.
quips. In the
mouths of Max Rogers, Bobby North,
and Harry Cooper were just aa catchy
aa the ones In the first of the 8mlth
productions upon which he made hie
name. The snow Is filled with catchy
numbers, one of which, "Where the
Edelwlesa Is Blooming," being nartlcu-'
larly pretty, and before the end of the
peformance every one was whistling It
As has been said, a galaxy of comedy i
talent fills the stage at all times, honors.
of course, going to North, itogers and
Cooper, and Miss Moore. The latter.
and William Montgomery, better known '
In Washington by their vaudeville
sketches, fill a pleasant hslf hour dur
ing ms jrenui lusnvsB. .-vici-vu,
who Is at her best In Hanky Panlcy,
sings two rather pretty songs. i
.The chorus of "Hanky Panky" un-'
doubtedly la the best looking set of girls
seen In Washington In a musical com
edy this season.
Snappy and clean-cut, "The Merry
Maidens," presenting at the New Ly
ceum this week, "New Tork in Two
Reels," Is one of the beet shows seen
at this theater In some time. Harry
Fields Is the principal comedian. He
takes the part of Abe Moxle, a second
hand storekeeper. From the beginning
of the performance until the wind-up he
eeps nis- auaience in one continuous
roar of laughter. At the matinee and
the show las jilght-Fields made a hit
Second to Fields as a comedian comes
William Stewart who plays the part ot
Eserlah Slocum, a constable from Pikes
vllle, Pa., visiting New York to cap
ture thieves who robbed the poatomce
In his town. Stewart is a real good
after alone: with hla comedy.
One ot the features Is the fact that
the twenty-five chorus girls In tho show
are about the same site. The costumes
they wear are all new and pretty. They
dance and sing well and In the evident
opinion of the audience Is the best
chorus seen at tho New Lyceum in sev
Miss Anna Woods, William Harrlss,
James J. Hpwell. Joe Phillips. Miss Lllla
Brennan, and Mies Blanche Curtlss are
able assistants to Harry Fields and
There la one number on this week a
bill at Chase's that causes no llttlo
aqiount of speculation and the act closes
with each one asking hla neighbor "How
to It don?" It is Henry Cllne, a fa
vorite with Washington audiences, when
he presented his "legerdemain'' act
here with tho assistance ot a shapely
young woman whose "figure" portion
added to his act Tills season Mr. Cllne
Is presenting what la termed "spirit
paintings," the riddle of tho century.
Without any apparent aid. pictures se
lected by the audience from a park nf
100 post csrda are reproduced tn fun
view of all.
Boudlnl brothers ftnlbh a program ot
Tileatlig numbers on accordions and
received numerous encores, while Ray
mond and Cavenly repeat In their split
German-American dialect patter, ac
companied by two violin cases.
The six Providence Players are fea
nrd in a farce. "Who la Brown?" and
Karl Emmy's troupe of canines furnish
an amusing act, in which dog intelli
gence Is displayed to the limit.
Other numbers tn the bill are Wat
son and Santos In songs and dancer,
and an acrobatio act by Cunningham
end Marlon. The Animated Weakly
shows part of the Indian-Army football
ram, closlns with acenea at tha sum
mer home of Irene Franklin and Burt
The story of what may result In a
marriage for money Is pointedly por
trayed in "The Call of the Heart."
which will be the attraction at tho
Academy this week. The culmination of
a series of events which arise from
suoh a marriage lead to a number of
exciting secenes In which the attention
of the audience Is held with a real
In the end. love triumphs, but It la
nnt until the truth of the situation
wrought by the "tangled life" of Lady
Everlow has been told, when the young
American girl, driven by the overween
ing ambition of her aunt, to accept the
aiseoiuie son os a- uiaauiuie Augum,
father with a title, renounces her
aunts fortune for the sake ot the
vnnneer son. who turns out not to be a
son of the nobleman at all.
In the roio or iora tvtnow, join,
Nicholson foud ample opportunltv, 'to
display hla abilities. His characteriza
tion of the dissipated English lord Is
satisfying, and often highly humorous.
Miss Hamilton, as Ladv Eved'.ow, on
everal mentions, especially when she
discloses the Identity of her son, showed
aMiitv mora tnan orainarv or an emo
tional nature; Virginia Hadley. as Viv
ian Forde, was pretty and winning; If
conventional as a typical aocletv girl!
and the other parts were all adequately
cast.' Special mention should be made
of the work of Mllly Eteves as Aunt
"Bla Jim," a new feature In the an!
ma! act line, la drawing good audiences
and making them laugh heartily at the
Casino Theater this week witn nis
turkey trotting, his "grlxsly bear," and
other freak dances and antics. "Big
Jim" is a bear himself, and all that his
name Implies. He appears to be very
docile, but up to all the tricks of the
wrestlers and boxers. His act Is a
popular number, . ,
Raeder and Lester, gymnasts, have a
thrilling acrobatic offering on the fly
ing rings and trapese that Is quite new.
Selma Corbett makes a comical black
face comedian, and copious laughter
greeted her Jokes. Coleman and Alex
ander, In a rapid-fire act of song and
conversation, earned a goodly share of
applauso at yesterday's performances,
and Bob Warren, with a monologue full
of funny jokea and stories, wee also a
warm favorite. Taneau and Claxton do
some good cornet playing and Inject
enough humor Into their sketch to win
laughter and applause.
New motion pictures form an
portent part ot the entertainment.
The leading sketch at Poll's this week
combines some of the lure of tne oia
time thriller with a SDCctacular illus
tration of versatility. "Thfe Third De
gree" Is tho title ot a playlet which
gives Frank Mayne an excellent oppor- I
tunlty to enact a varied set or charac
ters, six different characters are as
sumed in swift succession, each a dis
tinct tvne and brilliantly Interpreted.
as It Is, Is kept entirely subordinate
to the Interest aroused In Mr. Mayne's
lltfhtnlnv chana-ea of role and matlflr.
The Four Hodges have a well-staged I
but conventional musical act, but tne
melody they evoke has a contagious
ring to It and wins the audience. A
black-face act with many original
qualities. Is furnished by Kennedy and
Piatt, working with their silent nart
ner. "Nobody." As climax to their act
comes the tale of "Steamboat Bill" and
"Casey Jones," one 01 tne runniest con
celts on the hill.
The flying; Darts present an acrobatic
work reDlete with new features of their
difficult art, and Smythe and Ilartman
contribute to tne merriment ot me Dili
with their sonKB and aulns.
Loretta presents her dog Bud, who
Sossesses a real power of posing, and
Iclntyre and Groves scoro with a
strong; line of patter. Tho new motion
pictures are excellent
Plan Big Revival.
A two weeks' revival, beginning De
cember 1, will be held at the Pctworth
Methodist Episcopal Church, Eighth
and Shepherd streets northwest, con
tutted bv the Rev. William A. liar-
gvrty, pastor, and assisted by the Rev.
Tir Wontwnrth V. Stewart, of Boston.
Special music will be given at each
ATLANTIC CtTT, J. J.
ww m aa p gasiy.
Store Closed All Day Thursday (Thanksgiving Day)'
Therefore We'll Make a Bargain Day of Wednesday This Week
Cook's 75c Linoleum
At 29c Sq. Yd.
We place on sale tomorrow a
shipment of 3.000 yards ot heavy
weight cork-filled Linoleums. In 8
quarter width; the regular 760
grado for 9c square yard.
These are In mill lengths from
toO yards, and aa many are the
same 'design you will be able to
buy enough to cover a large else
room, store, office, bath or halt
Light and dark colorings In tile,
mosaic. Inlaid and parquette floor
11:80 a. m. to 1:10
p. m. tomorrow:
Drip Coffee, or
"IT PAYS TO DCAL i AT QOLDCNKRO
aCVENTH AND K "THCMPCNOABLtTOftg"
$3 German Silver Mesh Bags $1.98
A 1uat.arrlv tn
Bags on sale tomorrow
sngraved German sliver
these popular German Sliver Mesh
at a one-tnira i
shape; fine unbreakable link mesh. Complete with lone soldered
$4 and $5 Untrimmed Hats
Selling Tomorrow at . , $ J Qg
Two of the styles are
illustrated, and scores
of equally as desirable
shapes are to be found
in this splendid collec
tion of Untrimmed Hats
which comprises a mak
er's balance of stock we bought at an extremely low figure.
They consist of fine quality Black Silk Velvet Hats in the fash
ionable large dress shapes, as well as medium shapes, showing the
smartest effects in straight or flare styles, also fine quality Plush
Hats, in medium and small shapes Continentals, Round Hats, and
Side Roll styles. Brim of erect pile plush, with crown of satin
Just tho 8hapeg preferred by women of discriminating taste. The
qualities and styles are exceptionally good, and were meant to sell for
$4.00 and 15.00. Here tomorrow at $L98.
and llo for SIX
Crystal alaas Ta
ble Tumblers, nice
ly finished and full
else. Sold regular
ly at So each. SOc
value for only lie
Requa Manicure Sets
All Complete for
A wonderfully cheap and effective
manicuring outfit la the Requa,
which consists of the following:
Box of Requa Nail Polish, six
cloth-center Smery Boards, block
of ToUet Pumice, Orange Stick and
Flexible, Buffer. '
The entire outfit for only Be
Toilet Ooods Department.
Offered Wednesday at
A,' wonderful collection of suit- values for tomorrow's special sale
notatiie'for its variety and low pricing. One of those rare, fortu
nate deals that come only to the alert store in this instance the sur
plus lots, of a, prominent New York suit maker. .
Suits of high character, tailored in the most thorough manner in all the season's
newest and most favored models; choice of all the best materials and colore. You'll
look a long time before finding anything to match these values we doubt if such suits
have ever been sold for such little money before.
They consist of fine quality Two-tone Whipcords, Lymansville Cheviots, Pebble
Cheviots, Wide-wale Diagonals, French Serges, Men's Wear Serges, Mannish Mixtures,
and English Suitings. Coats lined with satin duchesse.
All the colors in demand, including new blue, bronze, brown, navy blue, also
black. Choice of values worth $25 and $30 for$ 12.98.
Extra Value at 95c
These warm, fleecy garments aro
so well liked by our customers It la
only necessary to mention that we
have received a new, shipment to be
assured of a big response.'
Made of excellent quality, heavy.
soft flannelette, full lermth and gen
erously cut: maun in empire siyie,
trimmed with satin, others with
plaited backs and turnback cuffs,
finished with satin piping. Attrac
tive Persian designs in various pret
ty colorings. All sizes ut 85c
Thanksgiving Glassware. China and Silver
at Closely Clipped Prices for Wednesday
Bo Croats! Glass Wine Glasses.
nicely finished; chqlco Of lao OQa
Styles. :Doied afieFV
Tic 'Japanned Cake or Bread Boxes,
felth roll top. Special AQt
Kxtra quality. Galvanized Iron
Ash Cans, 20 gallon sue, heavy
uoudio coatcu stocK. npcciai
(Covers at 19c extra.)
75c Seamless Sheet Iron Double
Itoustlng Pans, large size. Subject
to slight Imperfections, but not
enougn to impair their use
fulness. Bpcclal at
COc sets of Boger'a Solid Nickel-
silver lea rpoons, in fancy
acsign. bix pieces for..
Sc Crhtal Glass Fruit or
berry Dishes, large size. Spe
cial at, dozen
t!.G0 Crystal Olaas Punch Sets, con
sisting of large bowl on separate
stand and one dozen mugg. i n
tonatch. Complete set for,. epXsfJSF
Mc Laco Curtain Stretchers, with
nickeled pins and center brace. Size
6x12 feet. Made of seasoned lum
ber, nicely finished. Special CQ
tl.KSolVdCopper Nlckei-plated Tea
Kettles, extra high grade QQj
quality. Special at vOV
Rare Ribbon Values
ate Hair Bow and Faaer-Werk
14c a Yard
Just the ribbons wanted at this
Ume for fancy work and hair bows,
all the choicest kinds, too Includ
ing Flowered Ribbons, plain taf
fetas, and 'moire ribbons, full FIVB
Every color, aa well aa beautiful
Come tomorrow and supply your
needa whllo this large saving can be
made. Choice of ribbons worth 25c
a yard for He.
Ribbon Dept First Floor.
Trade Sale of Silks
Another Day of Record Values in the Most
New selling records are being established every day in this
remarkable sale of high-class silks secured from Greeff & Co.'s
great trade sale held in New York last week. New lots just
arrived go on sale tomorrow at prices that will create new in
terest in this important event.
36-tnch Silk Poplins, a rich, I 41-Inch Black SaUn Duchesse,
lustrous satin finish. In brown. all pure silk .quality. extra
handsome street aowns. Regu-
blue, Copenhagen and black.
Regular 11.00 value,
lar 2.00 value.
Beautiful Neck Fixings for Thanksgiving
Our showing of new and charming styles
in women s Neckwear has never been so
varied in assortment as now. All the newest
and prettiest conceits are here for your choos
ing come and see them tomorrow.
50c Neckwear at 25c each.
Choice of Stack Collars. Tabs. Fluffy Jabots.
Fancy Bows, and Novelties of velvet, satin and
ribbon, also the new Robespierre Collars. At
New Neckwear at 50c each.
A flno asjortment. Including Fluffy Jabots,
Stocks, and Jabots, Silk Stocks with Jabot at
tached, llohoaplerre Collars. In high and low
effects, also Dancing and Breakfast Caps. At
Shadow Laco and Net riattlngs, In white,
black arid ecru; S to 4 Inches wide. Many now
and dainty patterns. Values worth 39o OCp
and GOc a yard. Sale prlco mOt
Three Articles for 15c
THIS COUPON and 15e for the
followlne well known Colgate's
One 15c can of Colgate's Dental
One cake (guest room else)
Cashmere Bouquet Soap.
One tube of Colguto's Now Cold
All- three articles for 15c, with
75c All-Wool Storm Serge JQp
Already Sponged and Shrunk T"Cvi
42-lncb All-wool Storm Serge, good heavy weight for tailored suits
and skirts. Tho desirable hard twisted double twill quality which
posted women prefer nothing so serviceable and dressy.
Choice of navy blue, brown, and garnet These serges are sponged
and shrunk ready for the needle. Tomorrow at 49c yard Instead of 75c.
M-lnck Diagonal Suitings, tn navy blue and black; good weight AQn
and texture for tailored weur. Regular 75c value at HtU
Thanksgiving Sale of Men's fixings
Men's $4.00 all wool Coat Sweat
ers, In white, gray, dark oxford,
brown, and nuvv blue, Made with
"No-talr" buttonholes. All flJO KA
sizes at 9&,OV
Men's "Onyx" Silk Half Hoso,
heavy quality, In black, tan, navy
blue, and gray. All sizes )Kt
at, pair "''
Men's $1.50 Silk-and-wool and
Natural Wool Underwear, good
heavy quality, shirts andm
drawers to match. Special 01 AA
Men's 60c Derbv Ribbed Under
wear,' shirts and drawers to match.
Good heavy elastic quality. OQn
All sizes at "OJC
Men's 11.25 "V. K. and Y." Wool
Coat Sweaters, In white, brown,
navy blue, and gray, with pockets.
Closely knit and elastlo CQ
quality. Special at ....' OtC
Mon's l,50 English Out-scam
Capo Cloves, In nil tho correct
shades of tan. All Blues, (ftf. OK
Offered tomorrow nt, pair vtltftO
Men's (1 00 and 1,50 "Faultlesa"
brand Domet Nluht Shirts, extra
full cut and well made. Full 56
and 60 Inches long, All sizes. &(
Social nt i OSIC
Men's SI. 50 and 12.00 "Faultless"
brand Pajamas, of oxtra quality
Hornet Flannel, trimmed with silk
trogH and pearl buttons.
All sizes Special at
for Making Gifts
Here are the laces required for
trimming gifts that are to be made
up by loving hands, and they're sell
In at less than regular prices, too.
Pure I.tnen Cluny Laces, In edges
and Insertions to match; 3 to 5
Inches lde. Especially desirable for
centerpieces, bureau scarfs and pil
low rases. 25c and 39c values QO
at. yard dl
12-yard bolts of French and Ger
man Valenciennes Laces, edges and
Insertions In Matched Sets. Un
usually pretty styles for lingerie,
handkerchiefs and aprons. Worth
35c and 39c a bolt. Sale OE.
ShadowTrlmrning Laces. In white
and ecru; 2 to 6 Inches wide, for the
making of fancy articles, such as
aprons, waists and neglige robes.
Prices, a yurd,
10c to 39c
Boys' & Children's Beaver Hats
Maker's Samples and "Seconds" fQn
of finest $4.00 qualities at . . . vOt
Boys' Clothing Dept, Third Floor.
The long napped, silky fur beaver hats
for boys and little children a special pur
chase of several hundred dozen on sale to
morrow in our boys' clothing department
at a price that will create a stir.
Little Jack Horner and broad-brim
sailor shapes, trimmed with silk ribbon
band and bow, and leather inner band. In
shades of navy blue, castor, garnet, brown,
tan, and gray, as well as black.
Some are subject to slight imperfections, but the faults are
hardly noticeable and do not hurt the appearance or wear.
Choice tomorrow of any hat in the lot for 08c.
A Drop in the Prices of Every-Day
Needs from the Domestic Department
Here Tomorrow for
These worthy qualities and noted
makes leavo nothing to be .desired,,
whllo tho values will help you
reallzo truo economy and satisfac
tion. Women's One-clasp Capeskln Eng.
Ilsh Walking Glove, the fashionable
out-seam senn kind. In correct
shades of tan, with spear back.
A S1.2G slovo specially fljl nn
priced for X.UU,
Our famous "Perdonnet" Kid
doves, made of prime lambskin,
soft and pliable. Noted for style,
quality and service. In white, gray,
navy, brown, tan and 01 AA
black. All sizes at.......... Wl.UU
Women's 16-button-length Mous
quetatro Kid Cloves, in white only;
finished with pearl clasps.
Itegular $2.50 valuo at, gl QR
Women's Two-ciasp silk Gloves,
extra heavy double silk duality tho
well known Kayser s make. Guar
antee, ticket with every pair.
In black only. All sizes 1 AA
Yard wldfi Rleanhert nnttnn. a
Ann close woven quality free from
dressing. Selling regularly CSllt
at 10c a yd. Special at ... 071
81x90 Seamless Bleached Sheets,
the wall known "Ironclad" make.
Full double oed size, made nf ex
tra heavy linen finish sheeting
cotton, usual 7c value lor
this sale at
45x30 Illeached Pillow Cases,
regular size, made from the best
brands of pillow case cotton. Hand
torn and Ironed. Sold regularly
at 19c and 26c each. tOlhn
Special at , .i'lV
11-aua.rter Whlto Crochet RnrAAits.
full generous size for double beds.
In heavy raised Marseilles pat
terns. Hemmed ready to OA
use. Usual tl.25 kind for.,... OtJC
27-Inch Outing Flannels, the
deairable heavy soft fleeced grade
.women prefer for winter carments.
In stripes and checks of light blue,
pink, gray,. green, etc. Reg- rjiun
ular lOo value for , I U
Standard quality ''Apron Ging
hams, In a large assortment ot
blue checks; warranted Yvura In
digo dye; strictly fast color. Sold
evcrywncro at sc yara.
Here tomorrow for
SATIN EVENING SLIPPERS
Usual $2.50 and $3 Values at $j .85
NEWEST STYLES in women's Satin Evening Slippers, offered
Wednesday at a saving certain to interest women who will want just
this kind of footwear for the season's social affairs.
In the following colors: Yellow, gold, pink and light blue.
With and without straps. All sizes In the lot, from 1H to & Dainty
and attractlvo slippers that sell regularly at 13.(0 and $3.00 offered to
morrow for tL86 pair.
Williams' Shaving Soap
Regular 10c Ac
TiUS COtlPON and 1c for regu-
lar' 10o size cake of 'Williams'
Barber's liar Shaving Soap, the
kind with tho thick creamy lather.
$15 Brussells Rugs at $8.75
They are In the preferred 8 ft. Hj 10 ft, 6 site for largo size rooms, and,
best of all, are seamless (no seams).
Heavy 4-Inch hemmed ends. Absolutely perfect In every way.' Choice
of floral, medallion, and conventional designs In light and dark colorings.
Good heavyweight and texture that will give the greatest amount of wear
Regular fifteen-dollar value at W.73 tomorrow.
vx!2 ft largest room size 9-wlre Brussels Hugs, In twenty handsome pat
terns and all the most wanted colorings. They'ro seamless, made sia s
In one ploco and are strictly perfect Regular 118.00 valuo for.. e)lU.9)
9c Mercerized Table Damask 39c
2.000 yards of this
Wednesday's sale at 39c yard.
wear and satisfaction. The rich
those are yarn mercerized goods.
Cholco of six attractive patterns.
splendid quality Satin Damask offered
Extra fine heavy weight grade, full of
will remain permanently because
Regular Mo value at Stc yard.
Washington's geelal and Musical Event et
MlgattafvMV AS AtVsssHsJkMsaiVflausT sMsltfxMsafca
llRMnl AT olruOTiaj, Met. gotarcar.
THF. OH KOTSN prKHK'CO.
(Daal.1 V. Artbar, Mr.
Otaad Opera Cast la
Matinees Wednesday sad Saturday.
Charles rrehaeasj Preeeata
No Msll or Phone Orders.
JMH MtfftUMfcrt Caf aetr.
spring. MM man M U ILM. at T A4ieea
BELASCO AT T0IIIIT
Wctsjeadar aael Satarisar Matlatee.
aawcsal Hatlaee Tkaaksaivtise;.
Difeet (ream 15 mhta IsTWewTerk.
LEW FIELDS' "S.'"
INNIMA GftML I ,g"
ii KiMENACttfi l.-sr
AlumlAstai A tegHosne flasl rs ii flee Balba
War mmd. HuU. 2So t .W.
First Wwk-Mon.. "Much. Ado About Nta.
Mi im, --zmmuB or in. enrewr- wed.,
'Romeo end Jull.T;" Thura., 'Tw.Uta
"Stat:" m.. "Th. Merchant of Vrolc. '
U.ll mUh . .. ..... 'Sai
I Bat. Mat
'Haal.t'1 Mail, orders at any time.
MIAnNaDM TsMsJ WEBK-S
I Wednesday. Thursday aad get. at fji.
r. xiKGrBLD JtL Presents-
75 Zlegfeld Faaosi Beaaty Glrta
PUstr Than aaarfsjgl Fie',
Aad hla fasaeas Leatoa Compear
ii"e-i',e"r-' , la Bernard
bawa Meet BrllUaat Comedy,
Mm ittd Sapcrmaa
Prise Doaaa ftoaraao Metroselltaa
Ttekata gelllng-t.oa H.60, tl.oe. 7c
Mata. Tuaa.. Tftankaafvln Vka Rat
John Nicholson and Original Caat la
THE GALL OF THE HEART
A Drama 'Way Out of th. Ordinary.
No advance In prices Thanksgiving Day
N.xt Week-BILLT B. VAN tn "A
Moit Beautiful Theatre In America.
Attractions Equalling the M Tnatre.
uany aiat., zse. mv, 55c, &uc. 75c.
Prlcwi Not InereaaMl Thanksalvlnir
afatlne All flaata sfie. Th Prml.
dance riayara In "WHO IS BltOWNT"
Taaen rrom "Mrs. Temple's Tele
gram." Henry Cllve's "Spirit Paint
inaa." the Riddle ot th. Centurj.
Boudlnl Bros. Raymond at Caerly.
and Otnr. Next Week-Laiky'u
onatest Musical Comedy Novelty.
"THE TRAINED KIInRES" ani.
pany of Eighteen. Other Acts.
Brilliant Vaudeville. Iwa Mrfnrmanre Ttaftv
beaded by th. Thrilling On. Act Drama. Tftb
tiuku ueuhkh, by Frank Maynn tc Co ;
Th. FOUR MUSICAL. HODOES: SMYTHE.
HARTMAN, Comsdlans: McINTYRE
OROVES. In "On Father's Train:" LORET
TA ft BUD, In Gold.n Btatuary; Kenny, No
body & Piatt, and THE PbYIKQ DARTS.
8) Cents-Entire Lower Floor M Cents.
OV l4KBaWVawiJiIaV DAILY
All, THIS WEEK.
The Show of Dash and Beauty.
Presentlns HARKY FIELDS, the Hebrew
Funster; Lllla llrennan and Blanch. Cur
tlss. FRIDAY NIOHT COUNTRY STORE.
Next Week-LADY BUCCANEERS.
For Two Performances Dally
MAX SPElOEL Presenta
And Her Company
With a Wonderful Cast of 40.
Next Week "The Golden Crook Company."
Katertalasaeat aael Ball
t. Jeeeh's Orahs Asylaat
TkajaksgtTtag Night. Navt am, 11
Caiaallc Katlgaita0 Aaaerlca
Norfolk & Washington
STUMER OHAILES aUOAiESTEJI
Two trips dally except guaoay te
I Leavlns Sav.nth Btrt Wharf at II a. Da,
1 aad lit p. a. Reus trip to gate, He,