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News For Film Fans and Playgoers
THREE STARS IN
ONE FAMILY
Natalie Talmadg?. >v*une'?t steter j
of the Talmadge trio, is * member of ?
th? ea*t aupporting Norma Talmadge
In Mr a?w select ?pedal production.!
The Ule of Coequ? ?t." which conns ?
?o both CrandaU's Metropolitan and
? 'randair? Knickerbocker theaters,
-unday for a fall week at the former |
?nd two day? at the latter
?a. her role of "Janie." Natalie ap-|
pear? a? a ?i?ter to Norma in her I
t<-r**_ character and it i? ?aid that]
her Jellneation of the part la *o j
???ever that critic? already are hailing |
ner aa h f-tture ?tar of the screen.
"Th* Isl? of Conquest" i? from the
famous novel. "By Right of G??
qu??#t.'? by Arthur Hcirnbl.-w. and wa?
adapted t? the ?cr??en by Anita Loo?
and John Emer?on Edward Jose /i\
r-eoted the picture and Wyndharo
staavdiag f* the leading roan.
-The I?l? of Conquest'" discloses a
variety of ?cenes as well as variety
of action. Much of the action take?
place oa an Isolated Island in the
>outh .tea?, and on the island many
effective loeattons figure as back
ground?. Also of particular inter
eat aie those scene? taken aboard a
yacht. The??? p*?aaages show the
>acht torpedoed at sea and the ?ub
? -?lueni shipreck furnlshe? the lnc;
(ien-.a through which a man and wom
an find themselve? alone on the pic
turesque tropical beauty spot.
Thar? are those playwrights who
?->?***??* that It takes a year to write
a ?ucce*?ful pla>. and there are those
who contend to the contrary.
Consider th?? ? a?e of ? iwen Davis,
known to fame and the bank? as the
author of some two hundred plays and
?ho isn't two hundred years old or
anywhere near It. Not by sevep jug
fulls.
Mr. Davis, unlike many other play
wrights, has no set of rule? regarding
plaj writing. He gets an idea for a
play- and promptly sits down and
write? it- ? -ound? simple enough
?nd Is- unt.l you try it?for back of
Mr. Davis' remarkable record are
i ears of study and work in the thea
ter. His facility for pia) writing did
not come without practice, nor did he
win success over night. He gradu
ated from Harvard with a hankering
to do something in the theater, and
while the first play he ever wiote
?cade him ?ome thousands of dollars,
his path has not always been fes
tooned with roses.
Mr. Davis is represented here this
week by "At ?:45. ' which William A.
Brad* Ltd. ?? presenting at the Shu
^ert.-<i?rrick.
AMUSEMENTS.
GLORIA SWANSON
screen star, in a dangerou.-? :-cene in "Male and Female," the Paramount-Artcraft .?-uper-spex-ial, which
?8 the attraction at Moore's Garden theator.
APHORISMS OF
WILL NORRIS
William Norri?. who is the principal
comedian of "Maytlme." to be seen
next week at roll's Theater, has sub
mitted to posterity his \ lews upon
certain matter? connected with ?uc
ee?? upon the stag?. His opinions are
entitled to respect.
"Comedy will never go over if it
doe? not seem spontaneous."
"The moment an actor tries to force
a laugh he kills It."
"If you cannot write most of your
own part, you better keep away from
musical comedy."
"Note that most of those comedians
who have played one kind of charac
ter comedy all the time ar? not work
ing n?'?."
"It ts go?vd policy for a comedian
never to take a part which resembled
one he has previ.?usly played."
"People cry over things which they
cannot outgrow, no matter how sophis
ticated they are. but the wiser peo
pie aie the harder it is to make them
laugh."
"My hobby is being a father to my
bo> "
AMUSEMENTS.
-A THANKSGIVING MESSAGE
Crn f? rs-ratwm c*f the ? t? ion'e ? ? ? nu ?
? ha?_soictiy ? bmtrvixnce. ?.t maruuftmctU
of Lnnc'i hatihingti'-n thsitrri rxtru?? Ue
LkJiaki to it? th/nuuiath uf ;?a'ro?v? ?rAo
Ut' m> >jer>er?/_?y md"r*r<l 'hr. hi'jh
j'.irui-jrd ?tt?/G?p? of theM pl<i>/h4Hi.-ex.
ePALACE?
? II A ti K ?.G IVI*? G. DAT?ALI. THI*? WKEK
"IT PAYS
TO ADVERTISE"
With BRYANT WASHBQRN
Overture._"Merry Wires ?f Windsor"
BK(.I*iM\i. ????1?pi.?hi-* mOVMM
?> ->coi"iTKHi'i:ir
=COLUMBI Ah
TIIA>K*?GIVIM. DAY OP*_*_*l
OLIVE THOMAS
"THE GLORI?OS LADY"
? ???G7 ?f F'atlaa' rriamr^
mSSh ??aerlee?? ?rp The tal?? of
? naalraiin ? ??t*> for a p???nn
?tai'.ahier that ?? erte rued the
aal at ht 7 ferre ?f tradition aad
? uatam?a ?gaialaea? alTerias.
ni*.?., srimi???? p ?????.
-???G MIRAI 1 i: OK I,OYE"
A I ??aavopolltaa Pr??urtlaa
POLI'S
5HU3t?r ATTRACTIONS
????? .unday Night
aid AM Week
Mate. * hur?. & Sat.
?'?*-?? r. LKK ?a?! J. J. ?in iii.i: ? !??-_,?,
Ulti l.l.l \ NT. ?????????,. MLMllll\ni.l.
?.. RID* JIIIMHON VOl\t.
Masi.- H, ?K. vu Ml I'O-II-U ft,.
The Greatest Musical Piay Erer Staged
?A ilb ike l-usoii. ( .?? \% bleb I'la??? T?e W?r. ia New ? *rk aad
? K?nlb? IH Wa??-??
Set All Washington S ngmg Last Year
-W ITU
WM. N03RI5, CARCLYN THOMSON. ?V.ELV.N ?U0KE3
? 4M ?.LA? WOOD. TKIlin ?i;riB, AllTMIIt AI.11K-?. KIINA ?MU
KIMTH ?RK.HT. UtTH *?*G*.?? MN*. \tl.KHIK. Kl>. ftAX?ABTI
CONSTANCE TALMADGE DIAGRAMS
THE "SHIMMIE"
_^___ -_. W*Ct4t_
SVOUlDEBt? i'7?-*.**ovr
' i*iei?j>?4T
FIRST *^C*vt tm{*M
MuSCUS UP t*V
POSm?H ?? STABT
9X1) MOVfMFHT
SWOJID ?ofi^fO
?S, SV-**CHeOMIZt
WITH TXt I
MASIMU??*' <
'SHOULPtB SHAKI '
THIS 8?1
HOV?MfNT
s**oui.D *K>r
HCitD %'
??? r?iep
?t-0*iTIOH
si Df ways -p???
<? *>>?OUL*>teilM
StCOHO P-C*SIT*0??1
^ iA" s?t fqom
\?O0MAL PtOsmOM
*is ?pe?t or
\fabtmest
VSIDtWAV3
? MovtMinr.
When b ?' shlmmie? .?,..? i.y
brid of the dancing art, has caused
more discussion, more censor, and
greater Interest than even the
celebrated Turkey Trot" and
"Bunny Hug " The censors loas
phemeii It a? a "movement." rather
than 9 ?tance. It ha? been given
more vanaiiuns than the origin
of man.
And now Constance Talrr.adKe,
?tar of "? Virtuous Vamp," de
scribes the actual shimmie in a
diagrammatic pose, with no les?
an authority than Gilda ?'ray,
generally fredlterl as the danseuse
?who Introduced it in Amerea, as
the source of her detinitlon. In
the story of "A Virtuou* Vamp."
the one man who will not respond
to her vampy an? ami wiles is
an insurance broker, who enlists
h?r aid to investigate the appli
cation for a $50.000 policy on
ih? shoulders of a ?himmie dancer.
(Onstance. an Nellie Jone?, th?
"virtuous vamp." esempliti?-? the
sliimmie for the broker. To do
It correctly ?lie sought Hilda
lira;,', who. in one of the big cab
ri?-' ? scenes in the production, en?
ti-rtains th? sufferer? of hel<l
nv-r July thirsts with a real shim
nv. ? di?.ne??.
AMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS
BEG. SUNDAY?ALL NEXT WEEK
PALACE
____? - -
t????t??
?? ELSIE
FERGUSON
i\
COUNTERFEIT'
\ leve ?lor? of th?
?e.-rel ?rr?lr? luid In
the ? n m pi non? sellini:?
?f Ihr .Nenpvrt murisi
?olon.t.
OTHER ADDED HITS
? COLUMBIA _
SUNDAY?MONDAY?TUESDAY?WED.
MIRACLE
OF LOVE"
A ' Okmopolltnn I ?iilnrr
? I?,?
COSMO HAMILTON
ADDED PROGRAM
NUMBERS
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B.F.XEIfri'S:
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?Herald
M?. ? S I'.M.
liny.
. II
WILLIAM R-jC*
?ith I. t. ?, 4. *?, Mr I? m.I > >|,.r?"
Mt.lllIM HI * MKtMt, *M.l?e _
It?)??. Mlntau a .Nail?. ?,??.. I'ullsmrl A
4?*,. .Ii?rl. I.atter. lh?* kulmn J?i|.?.
Jo??'-son'? Oria-inal I. ?Im-hIi, ??lima .\a
lliwi. Other Mcrr? Hit?.
SHUbLRT-BELAS-O $&&_?*
UI**eetlon Mesar?, fchnb?rt
II. II. Ir???-? 4>?>G?
ti New tmrvr (omeri?
"MY LADY FRIENDS"
With
< ?.????? ? It \ W 1-11(11?
4 .???????? n< ???? Nr\t ?miihI.it?Henl? S???
U???. A M? W HIT'"
Thriller of Thrillers
"The Unknown Purple",
Net A Ilativa Picture
Coming To The
Playhouses
Next Week
CARRI? K.
"Wtli several of It? mo?t allrnng
?rene? laid here, it I? only fiumi, that
William Harria, jr.. ?h?uld hav? ?e
lecte<l the National i'apltal ior the
premier presentation ot John Drink
water m great play. "Abraham _in
ooln.'' which beg ti? a week? engage
ment at thi Shubert-Carrlek next
Sunday evening.
?11 thoa?? characters who played
?ueh Important part? in the tense
<laj s ot strife, when Linculn battled
with roiRht and right te*** hold the
t'nioii inviolat?. appear in the piny
which Arnold Bennett. Lloyd George,
?lid other lllue*-"loii? Knglishtnen hav??
declared i? "the play of the century. '
"Abraham Lincoln" i? now in it? ??.:
ond season In London and is ?till
playing to capacity houee?. .As Ar
nold Bennett expressed it, "None can
din?? out In London today and admit
without a blu?h. that he naa not seen
Abraham Lincoln.' "
. The American version of the play
ha? had the personal and undivided
attention of Mr. Harri? and Mr.
Drinkwater. and due care has been
exercised to nee that all those litle di
tali? of a historic character have been
added to make it historically* corrcct
POLI'S.
"Maytime." the phenomenally suc
cessful "play with music," is to be
?een again here at Poll'? Theater next
wet-k, with tho original New York
company.
"Maytime" is a dramatic gem of
?uch quality that it would make a
big hit without music, but "May
ttme'?" musical score is eo delight
ful that many of it?* numbers, like the
famous "Will You Remember?" are
?ung and whistled all over the coun
try. The story cover? a period of
over seventy years, cad shows the
li?v??rs In youth, middle age and final
ly old age. There 1? a surpris?? in the
last aci that sends everyone out of
the theater with a smile.
The costumes and soen?-r> are
quaintly beautiful. The first period
is 1S40. next IS*?."), the third ISM?, and
the fourth the present time. Kven
the music is suited to the time?.
BELASCO.
"The Unknown Purple ' will be ?een
at the Belaaco Theater, beginning next
Sunday.
Roland West, the author, has writ
ten a play which holds the audience
spellbound to a final' curtain, which
?cene he leaves In ???? :il?s, ra???. This
makes it possible for one to Construct
to one's own satisfaction what hap
pens to V. Cromport, the millionaire.
Jewel Marchmont. the vampire wife.
"Ruth." the sWret-faced "little
mother." and Bradbury, the victim of
high finance.
.Mr. West ha? provided a splendid
cast headed by George Proben. Sup
portlnf* him are such well-known
players as Miss Jean Stuart. Benedict'
MacQuarrie, Miss Vivi ? ? Alt -n. Mi",s
KvetH Knudsen. Joseph S'aytor,
Arthur I.eVlen. Harry Redding, Her
bert Aehtou, Grant .SU-uuan. and _,
L. Luane.
NATIONAL.
Seats for Otis Skinner's engagement
at the National Theater for one week
b?-ginning next Mon?lay evenin?, _???
cember 1, ure now on sale.
Mr. Skinner will appear in "The
Rise of Peter Barban." a comedy writ
ten for him by Maud Skinner, h'*
wlf??. and Jules Kckjert Goodman, 'in
the company that will appear wnh
the popular star are O. p. Claren???.
Mary Shaw. Ruth Rose. ThurK.w Be
grn. Robert Ames, William Ponelli,
J, T. Challee. Waiter ? Scotti and
others.
?. ?. ? KITH'?
Wilkie Hard, th.? famous I/ondon
music-hall comedian. will b?? the
stellar attraction at ?. K. Keith's
ne.\t week. The French chanteuse,
Mlle. N?tta-Jo, as "I.a Gigolette Pari
cienne," will present a typical ?scene
from the cabarets of the notorlou*
Montmartr?? of Pa'ris. A new vaude
ville star. Sheila Terry, with support
of llen.-y Petxrson and Gatlieon
lone?, will be seen for th* first time
in the new Friedland? r musical ?om
ul) "Thr????'? A Crowd."
Other Inclusi.?ns will ?e Kmnietf
De V??y and ?????ipany In "Mother's
DUl-fT the Ja? li nd Naval Octet of
real'f ?nier "gobs;" Krank Gaby with
his gift o' gab, at? Oiisonn?? end lia 1? -
AMUSEMENTS
'UANDAI.I.S
Fknickerboc-R
l*?th and Col Rd. ~
Indn?. Ural ? ? ?? al 3:30
MKS. ?lONCY OREW
Present.?
The GAY OLD DOB
h? i:dya iT.nRi:n
With
JOH\ CI MI?KIU.ANO
MlM-k Sennet.'? ?Mili.mr ?a.
Mir??? don b"?I ?t ru?.
=,
?*_?(???3? iomi.iii m
?^i_l?-o5_F-!T 'lui.??? ludi?)
A. H. WOOD?* Pri?.?nl.
The Kue?-e?>?ful Faroe ? udirti.?
"Eosinfss Before Pleasure"
l'oiiuth and Perlmutter In ???
??Fillum" IlaiMliie??
"tar1 FRIDAY
PROKOFIEFF
The limoui Ku-?i?u
l-IAMCT?<OMI'IISI H.
TlrketH S2.0O, ?l.fto. ?I "H?
??? ond i ?ni-rrt TK> ?TAR ?KHII'N
Olh ?Irerl
???-1???? r
GAYETY
?????.?.??*. OF THF. HAY."
?.?Ith
Harry W >l?h a?I llrnru? F. liarra
"?eat Week??? Burletta] lie Ile ? lev?/.*'
New Crandall Theater Opened To Public Last Night
C rendali's York Tf?eat??r, at G??oriria Avenur and QuebtK* Str*-*et
er: tbe Aerial Silvermalds. and oth
ers.
There will be a ?specie! matinee to
day at S o'clock.
UATETT.
The lat? u offering <>i .:?,^ r> . ?,
.lerman. "The burlesque Kerlew." a
bis; ?pectacular production, will con
stitute next week's attraction at the
tlayety Theater. The entertainment is
far removed from the character of the
? vera-fe burlesque ?how. Hits from
bis; dramatic and comedy successes
will be introduced.
Numbered in the cast arc such
prominent entertainer? a? Harry
Spellman. Kdward Shubrrt. Harl e
Jrlayne, Billy Sch?ler. Irene Mera
Harry Emerson. Irene Leary. and
Billy Taylor, with a ehoru? of twenty.
?,????*.
Two burle?iquc ?how? replete with
comedy, specialties, singing an.I dan?
Ing will be offered by the "Beauty
Revue," which comes io the T.^ceum
Theater next week. The company ia
headed by Ada I.um, the ?'hi?ese
American prima donna, ?nd .limmie
Cooper, who is well known among
comedian?. They will b> ?upported
by Charles f'lemmlng, Ro?e Hemle*y.
Helene Stanley. Maetle Collin?. Morris
Tolin. Billy Cumby and a cl.oiu? of
twenty pretty girl?.
THVRSTHEA
?G???? HOLMES.
Continuing his new series ?,r tra\?l
ogue? on present-day Europe. Bur
ton Holme? this coming week will
take hi? fellow-traveler? to the more
celebrated and now historic battle
field? and devastated regions of
France.
Of course a few day? are ?pent in
Tari? at the Fourth of July period.
Mr. Holmes -?ill give "The Battle
fields of France" at the New National
Theater Sunday evening- at **;.'?0 and
Monday at 4:30.
FRANCE OUT FOR HIDES
OF ALL FUR PROFITEERS
Thinly Clad ^riMttes" Need Warm
Orer Garments, and Price
MuM Be ReaMmable.
G A BIS. Not. 27.?The French gov
ernment today ?tarted an investiga
tion of the high cost of women's furs,
because "they have become practically
a necessity since winter fashions dic
tate their uee."
Encouraged by ?urces* of it? cam
paign to curb profiteering, the gov
ernment expect? to bring the pelt of
the beaver ami mink down to tit the
pur.?? of the thinnest clad "gri?ette?"
French women, although It i? now
near midwinter, wear knee ?kirts ? in
Pan? that is?transparent ?ilk ho?e
and dresses of the sheerest d?collette.
Thi?, in the opinion af the govern
ment, renders It absolutely necessary
they have some warm overgarment.
and since the women want fur?, the
government has decided they ?hall not
be overcharged in buying them.
Scores of fur shops recently have
opened in Fart?. Their owners ap
parently are reaping a rich harvest,
for every woman ha? her fur?. Fair
occupant? of boxe? at the opera often
have furs valued at 100.OOO franc? it
I? ?aid. while In re?taurant? one may
???e pelt? worth millions of tf*?**.
Before the war. according to gov
ernment figure-. France'? fur ?ale?
were not more than .'lOO.OOft.Omi franc?
annually. Now. it is estimated, th?
trade will reach a billion franc?.
Hetail pri.-e? hav?- cjuarlrupled.
Even rat ?kin? afe worth G.0 francs
ea? h. l'ealer? in?l?t they purrha??-(l
their stocks in iJermany. and are
making only legitimate profits, but
the government is going to And out
for itself.
EGYPTIAN AGITATOR
ARRESTED BY BRITISH
LONDON. Nov -T Mil Betaki.
nephew of Zagloul Fa ?ha. the pre??
ilent of the F.gvptlan <*e'*gation t > ?r.?
! peace conference in Fari?, has been
arrested by the British -Military auth
orities at Cairo, according to a news
ag?-ncy dispatch from <"*airo today.
The arrest was made in connection
with the Egyptian nationalist atttivi
tie?.
Y
THEATER OPENED
Large Crowds Attend First Per
formances in New Home on
Georgia Avenue.
A section of the city which ha? net
heretofore had immediately available
high-class motion picture entertain? ;
merit was put on Washington'?
theatrical map by ihr r.prning last
night of rrandall'? *i ork Theater c
? upylng the full e?iuare between
lYirceton and Quebe?? ??tt??ets on
Georgia avenue northwest Knthusi
a?ti<- crowds were in attendance last
night from the opening of live do??r?
at I p. ??. until rlo?ing at 11. much
interest being evidenced in the
Ijeautie? of trie new playhou?e
The Tork t? the eighth theater In ?
the chain of Crandall house? in Wash
ington and occupies 11.260 square feet
of ground. The ?tructure is rectangu
lar <n ?hape, 7? feet wide hy Kd feet
long, and is entirely on one fio??? no
balcony being Included in the plana
The ?eating capacity is 1 0?? and the
cosi of building was ? onsiderabl.? in .
excess ot l? tsi 000
The entrance lobby at the corner of |
George avenue and Quebec street es- ?
tends practically the full width of th?? I
theater and has a high et? hug ? hirh
Insures adeguate ventilation at all '
time? The Georgia avenue entra?ce
ia surmount?? bj* a a??arative marque
and the main entrance ?loor I? divided
">y the ticket booth. The lobby giveT
directly Into the ?uditori??? p-aoper,
a h'gh cellier??, ?pai .-?.? chamber '
finished in deli??te grava, grran? ?no
buff. with tr?)mi ?ng? mf, wr?'U*cht_
brome, gold and white I ? ? r?? t light
ing is employed, the lixiur?? ?"-?ng ol
especially effective desiar e-,d the
celling lights being cast through in
laid Tiffany ?*)??? panels ?>: ami?? ?
tint. The or>'h?*at|m ??hair*? ?;< leather
in a neutral I) M OO*?hai monne?
with the rest ?,| trW tri?A??
The pr oscenhlSii arch and w"??n
aperture reveal particularly striking
treatment. The proscenium hanging?
are of ri? h gold ?relonr enlivened with
blue medallion? and wait? figures in
reliff. The side panel? at right and
left of screen opening present an er '
fex-ti.e decorative touch. At the rear of
ihr auditorium at the Quebec street
end of the building, separated from
the seating area of the theater by
marble balustrades and ample pron ? -
n.ades, are handsome rest rooms for
both ladies and gentlemen.
A feature of prime importance
which in the York is unique In plan
is the ventilating system of a typ?
never before employed In the Capital.
The heated air 1? blown into the audi
torium through tbe roof by a series of
giant tens. Exhaust fan? aiao operate
at floor level on two ?ides of the
building. Thus a constant circulation
of fresh air is assured both in winter
and in summer.
The York is under the management
of Nathan Glasser and will adhere to
the Crandall policy of hrst-run pic
tures in its neighborhood and superior
orchestral accompaniment.
Harry M. Crandall was the recipient
last night of hundred? of eongretu
laiionr on the overwhelming suceea?
of the latest manifestation of the con
stant expansion of his enterprises.
MUNCIE MAYOR SENT
TO JAIL FOR 2 YEARS
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov tt. Mayor
P.oilin H. Bunch, of Muncle. and Pros
ecutor Horace G. Murphy, of Dela
ware county, found guilty of mira
tile mails to defraud in an all? up
fake fighting and land scheme, w ? re
sentenced hy Judge A B. Anderson
to two year?' imprinonmcnt and |1.00<>
tine ?-a?-h.
C*imiincfy .?"tUlaon. hotel owner of
Allineie. w a.? sentence?! to eighteen
months" itru?ri?onment and to pay a
fine of $l.UO0.
II. I'. Or??n'sed < li iirn?hip_-\\ aab
Inet?*??'? '?Ig r'il? mn?, r meat.
PAINLESS DENTISTRY
The most dreaded operation? in d.-nttstr- are the extraction of
*__?*? and the removsl ?.f nerve?. In thi? office you can hsve teeth
extraet.*d or the pulps of teeth containing live nerve? removed without
th?? ?.l,ghte?t pain; extremely ?. nsltiv. caviti.? can be prepared1 and
filled without any pain whatsoever and without the u?ve of the hypo
ilernuc needle. ._ . _
If you are afraid, ami nervous, ?ome directly here and you may bf
?ure that \???? will not be disappointed.
[ximieilicn /nd E it ?it? FIEE ill Werk Cuann'sed
5' - JmsmTmTmS^- Set of Teeth $5.00 up
^gkfUAi fc Gold Fillin.fr> 75c up
m wEP*W^^*^B^m S'iver Fillinjffi 50c up
/ f By*_f__f j ? ** M' Geld Crcwn?, per tooth,
DR. SMITH, DENTISTS,' ine
S. W. Corner 7th and F Street* N, W.
(Over Kraszes) Enlrance 434 7ih St N. VV.
$
I-tpval
ieaaache
Tablets
Scoth Nervet ami
Cetile Heaiacket
10 & 25c
All r>r*ar*ri?t*>
Thousands llave Di?x??*ered
1>. Ldwards Olive Tablets
are a HannkM Substitute
Dr. Li wards' Ci* ve Tar'it-ts? th? **-_b*
r?tu;*- .?j- a??tt?) art a n_id jut ?a?
h-auve, trii ihur ?*- er?, or, the tfv-ark
ilavost in-tantaikr-aia. ? hefe b?tl?ofire
c.-*kred tablet? art the ? suit of Dfc/
Ldaxj-ic' dcLernunau^r, not to treat
iivera_d bowd .-acT.p.__at* * ?LhcakxaeL
Tue ptt-Lsa t little tablet? do tfce
?rod that cakimcl doe*, tut have tao
??? -lia e?:eCi? Tut-, d?'l inrune the
teeth l;ke ?*trr?-.c Ii?uh?? ar cakxnc?
Tuer take b<-*ld o' the ?nr-ubk aad
ruL-kly corrr-rt it Wh. run? the ?p??
at t.*>e ex**? Me o? ?it teeth' L?uorrjel
ron* ?-nes piavi r*ivoc ?"?th the gtsat
bu c?o !Uo ? ' ?t-utdft. it h be? not to
take cui *?**? Let Dr L dw?j?? UE??*
Tahleu take hi placa
Headaches, "(hinnaa?" and that Ivy
?teebSf ?xeie from cxxiatinat?-or and ?
ttmx?ete? bver Take Dr r?"r?rar**'
Otm Tablets ?irhen yra: feel "lug ? 'aad
"heavy." Tbe> "dear" ckxxkd brain
?????t **ry??H' ?m"?*??? ???j?i??L '-V and ??c
_-?_t.
For Superfluous Hair
Un DSLATOMKi
TW. Las?!??*? hmhm tm 10 > ?_-.
QWCX SJht-hAFt BaOJAaUX
?'??? ir-*?**?Ji ?as Wanted j
Ask Tear Dealer - ?? Kaow? G"
IF YOU HAD A
NECK
Aa LOMO A? THIS FELLO**.
ANO HAD
SORE THROAT
TONSILINE
IKRJLD auiCKLY kljcvi it
?be anr, ar. H?-.?tvta Slat. a?.
au ij<-tL->-trrt
No Need To Be Thin,
Scrawny cr S?l!ow
If ? un ????> thl?l end v??n- '?
plump; if you have ?rink!??? m Jo*r
ft,? ihat v..u ???> not pr.ud ol if th??
skin is ?all??*? ur subject to pimp!??
or blackhead? Ink? ??-?? ?iofn**?'h
inb'.-t* for t ?v. unki and notice the
cha naje.
Th?? majority < f the Ihm people *r~
th?n because the stbmach d-*es net
perform Its dm r*> pr..pen\. It i? n?t
? tini*? si'fft? lent of the natural d<
??eative Jitlc?*? and in ? ? ? ce tfrv??
not ?x'rrct from the r ? . ? ? h nutri
tive mat . r t .?? ? - f
11.e bodv
M ? r.? ?tomeeh t*>h????? are i???e*s<*>
?*<l I
??ill s<l pr r*? r'v m, 1 ? ? r ?? t f? -?
f?v?.i1 11 ? ?
f!. *h
If ? ou sr?- Ihiti I ? ? t vv.s .
??e-*t of M n . tib'?t??
thrjr ?r? ?-oij?I ? ? ? an?!
ir.- ?...M o*i '**e ? f - oivr
back f tl rv cO r. ?? o? ? . ni.
Im.ii. acote <*r e**ir?M?l .?. ? ? mach
disturbane? . b? Ich.n?? h' ?u?ir
stoma? h. and anv aft. r dlnoer 41?' -
For si 1? b? T? I ir?n m
ar>r' ? ? ?
HYOM
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"Ends Oatatrh or rnonev b?ek. 3**t
breathe It in. Outfit Includine 1nl alw
fili. E-tr? boule? ?0-e. l'-'?r -
THE EACLH
AWLR1CA.N-CMI.NLSE
RESTAURANT
316 Ninth St. N. VV
Hi.. ?..?. ? ???, Mr. II Ml ??allf
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Dont ? a> ?sal aad M|>1 -Ik?.
?Win ?n ? ? H " ? ? te Its urne Mail
-Mr ?ill ?I., lt.- Jola t kr II < ?*.?.
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