OCR Interpretation


The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, September 01, 1910, Image 5

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045433/1910-09-01/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 5

S
I ITEE
S
THE WASHINGTON HERALD THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1 19W 5
E
j t tI
I VWtPv VWtPvNew
Il I
Woodward J Lothrop LothropNew
New York YorkWASHINGTONP YorkWASHINGTONParisDuring WASHINGTON Paris ParisDuring ris risDuring
During the heated heated term store closes at 5 oclock except Saturdays Saturdaysat at 1 1At 1J 1Annual 1A
A S
J
Annual September Sale SaleHighgrade SaleHighgrade
Highgrade Furniture FurnitureAt
4 At 25 to 50 Per Cent Below Actual Value ValueNURNITURE ValueI ValueIi1t
Ii1t 1111 d ir NURNITURE designers have begun to realize that the demand demandfor d dmand1i mand mandI
I 1i I t Fi FURNITURE for rational furniture combining good structure good taste taster tasteiA1
V iA1 r I 1 rlY 7 i III I and chaste ornamentation has followed the awakening of ofJ
= I 1 I ttSlI J 1 1 j the homemaker to the laws of furnishing urnishingsincerity sincerity harmony and andappropriateness andW11jf andihi
appropriateness appropriatenessiiiln appropnatenessL
W11jf e Io ihi
L iiiln I II 9 In presenting this tasteful furniture furnitur to t our public at a discount discountcreate discountI
I m r = r or I t I of 25 to 50 we too are following a Iawof economicsto economicstoI economicstocreate
I f W create a demand for articles of good taste by placing rational well wellmade wellmade veI1made ¬
made furniture within the purchasing power of those shoppers shopperswho shopperswho shopperswho
who recognize recognize present values and future possibilities
I
wI wItuI
s
= tuI
S
Ai111 dft 7 4
r
I 8
0 0Solid
Solid Mahogany Che Clieval Mirror Mirrorbest Ilrror Ilrrorbest
best plate gla glas mirror
3500 Value 6000 6000S 6000s4xt
S s4xt Ut aDd STsDtk k corG G It
WOODWARD WOODWARD 6 LOTHROPT LOTHROP
I
T i
NEXT WEEKS PLAYBILLS PLAYBILLSIVevr
New ew lntlonnlTbe ntloiinl The Storm StormOne StormOne StormOne
One of tho indications of o the pascta of ofsummer orsummOl o osummer
summer was w the opening of the sale Ie of ofseats orsea ofseats
seats sea ts this morning for the nrst str t attraction attractionof
of the regular r uiar season at the New Qo Na National NILtlonal N Ntional ¬
tional Thoator The opening will 111 begin beginnext beGinnext boginnext
next Monday afternoon with a special specialLabor peclalLabor peciILabor
Labor Day matinee The attraction Vill Villbe fwtube III IIIbe
be Thomas W N Ryleys production of ofThe ofThe ofTho
The Storm a new ne romantic pay pia by byLangdon biLangdon b bLangdon
Langdon McCormick The company and andtho andtho andtho
tho two car loads load of scenery sconel used in the thaeettlng theBo1Ung theotthg
eettlng of the story arrived in town last lastevening lastovenlng lastovening
evening and the th finishing An lIng of th the rehear rehearsals robrsals rehearsais ¬
sals of both players payers and scenery seener and andlight andlight andlight
light effects will take place here A A gen general general gsaeral ¬
eral idea I ea of tho story of o the play pia pay has hasalready basalro ha haalready
already alro d been published publleft in The Washing Washington Washlngton ¬
5 ton Herald The motive is the most pow powerful powerCul powerful ¬
erful one known knownIovnd love and it is I handled handledin
in an analytical manner but with what whatdegre whatdesree whatdegree
degree of success may not be known un until until untli ¬
til after the play shall ba11 haw been seen seenThe HenTh8 seenThe
The players P 8Is presenting the play have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been eminently successful in other plays playsand playsand playsand
and much will depend upon the play It Itself Itselt Itaelf ¬
self
Belnsco DclnllcoCon Con tt fc Co CoOn CoOn CoOn
On Monday lIO AY next at tho Beiasco Belfeo Theater TheaterHenry TheaterHenry
Henry Henl W Savage SAY e will offer for the first firsttime flrsttime firsttime
time in America his latest European im importation Importation haportatlon ¬
portation which is described as a cheeky cheekycomedy cheekycomedy cheekycomedy
comedy Con Co by Oliver Herford HerfordThe HerrordThe
The play bearing boorln this unique title was a asuccess aS
8ucce success at the Neuveautes Neuv ute Theater Paris ParisIts ParisIts
S
Its theme is strikingly strlkln b new being based basedupon basecupon
upon tho Idea of two men who conspired conspiredtogether consplredtogether
together to make money mone without tho thoformality thoformaUty theZormaitty
formality of having to work for it it One Oneof Oneal Oneof
of them th m Con is a genius at devising devisingschmos devisingschme devisingschmes
schmos to produce coin The situation situationnever sUuationnCer situationnever
never offers itself where ho cannot turn turna turna
a trick to got money mono for instance In t8nc as the theplay thopJIl theplay
play pJIl opens op n a number of distinguished distinguishedpeople distInguishedpoople
5 people are assembled on a balcony over overlooktyg over100klyg overookI9g
looktyg the famous Unter der Linden LindenBerlin LindenBorlln LindenBerlin
Berlin to view low a procession proc8 lon in honor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Sultan of Zanzibar Cornelius is only onlyan onlyan onlyan
an Invited guest but being pressed pro ed for formoney formone formoney
money mone as usual sees in this situation an anopportunity ano anopportunity
opportunity o portunlty and brings with him three threestrange throostrange threestrange
strange guests lltS It transpires that these theseare tbNOare theseare
are men to whom he has sold seats on onthis onthis
this balcony lo o view tho parado They Theybelievo Theybelleo Theybelieve
believe that tho owner is a 1 impover impoverished ImpoverIshed Impoverished ¬
ished citizen who is thus trying to add to tohis tohis tohis
his income while the owner himself is a arich nrich arich
rich distinguished man and absolutely absolutelyignorant absolutolYIgnorant absolutelyIgnorant
ignorant of tho character of his guests guestsImagine guestsImagine guestsImagine
Imagine his surprise when tho prefect of ofpolice o opOllco ofpolice
police comes in and announces to htm htmthat htmthat htmthat
that he is under arrest for selling seats soataupon soatsupon seatsupon
upon his hl balcony He protests confronts confrontsCon conrrontsCon confrontsCon
Con who admits what he has done and andsuggests andsuggests andsuggests
suggests as a 0 remedy that he offer the thoofficer theom theofficer
officer om r SCO marks to overlook the matter matterIndignantly mntterIndlbF matterIndignantly
Indignantly IndlbF anUy he does so and goes storm storming storming storming ¬
ing off when Cornelius delighted at tho thosuccess thosucccss thesuccess
success of the scheme rashes to the officer officerand officerand olilcorand
and demands half hal The officer It seems seemsis seomsIs seamsis
is the Co of Con Co And this i 15 only onlyono onlyone onlyode
ono of the scheme The cast is a a nota notable notable notabIG ¬
ble one and Includes Maude Odell Will William wmSam WillSam ¬
Sam Buness Harry Stone Tom Walsh WalshNelly WalshNelly WalshNelly
Nelly Roland and Ben Ilendrteks IlendrteksColumbia IIendrtcksCoJumblnTbe hendricksColumblaTIie
Columbia CoJumblnTbe The aiarrinpre InrrIn go of Kitty KittyNext KittyNext Uty UtyNext
Next week oek at the Columbia Theater will willbe wUlbe willbe
be a notable one in that for the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time slnco her opening week when hen she shecharmed shecharmed shecharmed
charmed her auditors with the sweetness sweetnessof
of her interpretation of Billy nUl Burkes role rolein roleIn rolein
in Love Watches Blanche Hall will willbe willbe willbe
be soon in a star part It will be as asKalherine DSKatherine onKatherine
Katherine Silverton in liThe The Marriage of ofKitty orKitty ofKItty
Kitty a comedy In three acts adapted adaptedfrom acIaptedfron adaptedfrom
from the French of Fred Gresac and F Fdc Fde FtIe
dc Croissot by Cosmo Gordon Lennox LennoxDespite LennoxDosplte LennoxDespite
Despite its origin and tho retention of all allthe 011the allthe
the humorous situations sprightliness sprlghtllnosagayety BPrlghtUnosagayetY sprightlinessgayety
gayety and Interest It is withal clean cleanand cleanand cleanand
and devoid of objectionable features In Indeed Indoed ¬
5 deed it may ma be described as a thoroughly thoroughlyamusing thoroughlyamullln thoroughlyamusing
amusing amullln piece of frivolity trloUt that ranges In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the course of < 1f its action from high comedy comedyalmost comed comedalm comedyalrnst
almost alm > st to turlesqns burlesii o Tie Marriage of ofKitty otKitty J JKitty
Kitty was produced in Now York at tho thot th thb
t
b
Birdseyo Maple Chiffoniers good goodplate goodplate
plate glass mirror
1575 Value 2200 2200Tunafinish 2200Tunafinish 2200Tunafinish
Tunafinish Birch Chiffoniers Chiffoniersplate ChhfronIerU ChhfronIerUplate
plate glass mirror
1750 Value 3000 3000Highgrade 3000Highgrade 3000Highgrade
Highgrade Quartered Oak Toilet ToiletTables ToIlQtTables ToiletTables
Tables French plate glass mir mirror mlrror mhrror ¬
ror
1250 Talue 2500 2500Solid 2500SoUd 2500Solid
Solid Mahogany Toilet Tables TablesGrand TablosGrand TablesGrand
Grand Rapids make
5000 Value 10000 10000Mahogany 10000Mahogany
Mahogany Bedroom Rocker box boxseat boxSfat boxseat
seat
495 Value 900 900Mahogany 900Mahogany 900Mahogany
Mahogany Washstand well con constructed oonstructed constructed ¬
structed
1250 Value 2500 2500Quartered 2500Quarterod 2500Quartered
Quartered Oak Washstands good gooddesign gooddelgn gooddesign
design
1000 Value 2200 2200Quartered 2200Quartored 2200Quartered
Quartered Oak and Mahogany ah Gg1I ny
finish Wardrobes single and dou doublet doub1 d u uble ¬
blet b1 doors doors197o
1975 Value V aluc luc 2500
Hudson Theater November 30 1908 loc with withMarie withIarie wIthMarie
Marie Iarie Tempest in the role Mi Miss s Hall will willassume ili iliassume m mume
assume ume with the Columbia Players PIa ers next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week
Clmncs Chnlle8Pol1tc Polite Vaudeville VaudevilleTho Vuudcl1lcTho V1Ludei1iCTho
Tho coming together to < < eth of Labor Day DayNora DayNora DayNora
Nora Bayes Bar and Jack Norworth and the thefirst theftrat theftrst
first week of autumn all in the week weekbeginning weekbeginning weekbeginning
beginning Monday Monda nest should make the thepot theperiod theperiod
pot period tod a series of gala al performances at atChases atChaMS
Chases Chae s Labor Day is I always a great greatevent greatevent greatevent
event at Chases and months ahead the themanagement themanasement themanagement
management begins tho preparations for forengagements toren forengagements
engagements en agements for the festive bill Nora NoraBayes NoraBaye NoraBayes
Bayes and Jack Nqrworth aro probably probablythe probabltho probablythe
the most popular stars which could be beoffered beotrered beotered
offered now owing to their recent great greathits greathits greathits
hits with Lew Fields Jell Bachelors Bachelorsand Bachelorsand Bachelorsand
and Zlegfolds Follies And the first firstweek firstWeek firstweek
week in September finds the regular old oldguard oldguard oldguard
guard of Chase patrons homeward bound boundfrom boundfrom boundfrom
from mountains and seashore Hence Hencethere lIeneethere Hencathere
there is I every 00r augury of a most auspi auspicious ausplclOh auspiciotle ¬
cious holiday hollda occasion and they the advance advancesale adancosale advancesale
sale adds further confirmation to the an anticipation antJdpatlon anticipathon ¬
ticipation as there has been a gratify gratlfyIngly grattrInsl gratifyingly
Insl Ingly exceptional demand Miss Bayes Bayesand Bayesand Bayesand
and Mr Norworth anv ar at the head of ofvaudevilles ofvaudevUlos ofvaudevUlos
vaudevUlos array of stellar musical com comedy comedy cornedy ¬
edy favorites and their salary reaches reachestho reachesthe reachesthe
the AHldanllko proportions of n 2600 2600week i00 OO 8 8week aweek
week almost as much as a some entire entirevaudeville enUrvaudoiUQ entirevaudeville
vaudeville bills cost Chases management managementstates managomentstato managementstats
states that the salary sa ary list that week weekleaves weekleaves weekleaves
leaves practically no hope hop of profit proftt but butMiss butMiss
Miss 11 Bayes B e and Mr Norworth could be babad bebad bebad
bad and Chases felt obliged to present presentthorn prosQ presentthem t tthem
them in spito of the certainty certalnt of a 8 week weekwithout weekwithout weekwithout
without other profit than a 8 patronages patronagesIncreased patronagosIncreued patronagesIncreased
Increased gratitude gratitudeThe gratitudeTho gratitudeTh0
The added attraction will be Bon John Johnson Johnlon Johnson
son the character comedian conspicu conspicuous consplcuOU5 conspicuone ¬
one last season with the Now Theater TheaterCompany TheaterCom TheaterCompany
Company Com pan of New York and already re reengaged re8nSAlJOO reengaged
engaged for tho remainder of tho present presentseason prosenttC880n presentseason
season Mr Johnsons onocdotlc contri contribution contribution contributhon ¬
bution will contain con in a 0 delightfully ren rendered renrlered rentIered ¬
tIered imitation of Manflelds method of ofconducting o oconducting ofconductthg
conducting a 0 rehearsal of his hl company companyBeatrice companyBeatrice companyBeatrice
Beatrice Ingram and company will play playThe pla plaThe playThe
The Duchess May Ioy Ellribre EUl11 > ro will 111 rival rivalher rhalher rivalher
her sister Kate ICat along similar eccentric eccentriclines eccentriclines eccentriclines
lines the Four De Wolfs will present presenta
a pretty vocal oeal and sartorial feature featurethe featuretbe featurethe
the Kremka brothers will offer a raro raroforeign rarotorolgn rareforeign
foreign visual number Sidney Baxter Baxtertho Baxterlitho Baxterthe
litho the wiry Scotchman and Beatrice BeatriceSouthwlck Beatr1ceSouthwick BeatriceSouthwhck
Southwlck and Tho Girl of Triple X XRanclC XRancn XRanchi
RanclC Ranchi are the remaining attractions attractionsAcademy attractionsAcndcmII attractionsttcndemy1Iarry
Academy AcndcmII ttcndemy1Iarry llirry rrT Clay Blaney BlaneyKerry Dlnnc DlnncHerry haneyHerry
Herry Clay CIa Blaney Blanc in his now comedy comedyTho comed comedTho comedyThe
Tho Boy Bo from Wall Street is to be benext benext benext
next weeks attraction attraction at tho New ew Acad Acadjemy AcadI Acadomy
I jemy Qm omy starting with a 0 special matinee on onLabor onI onLabor
I Labor Day Da The play Is an adaptation adaptationby adaptationby
I by Owen Davis from Sewoll Fords Ford s novel novelCherub novelCherub novelCherub
Cherub Divine which was w s ono On of the theseasons thesoasons theseasons
seasons best sellers two years ago Mr MrBlaney MrBlanc MrBlano
Blaney Blanc has surrounded himself with an anexcellent anoxcell L Laxcel1nt
excellent oxcell nt company in whose hands the theinterpretation theInterpretotlon th thinterpretation
interpretation of Mr Fords characters characterswill charaotersw1l1 characterswill
will Jose nothing of tbelr originality originalityMiss originalityMiss originalityMiss
Miss Kitty Wolfe roUe will be seen as Adele Adoletho Adeletbo Adelethe
the Countess of Vecchi W J Constan Constantlne ConstanUne Constantine
tine will 111 pQ be Epplngs the English butler butlerThurlow buUerThurlow butlerThurlosv
Thurlow Whlto Bates John Horn thoj thojsupposed tho thosupposed th thsupposed
supposed Count Vecchi and Fred Pres Preston Preston Preston ¬
ton the Bishop Horton Mr John Mar Martin MarUn Martin
tin has the role of Adeles father M MVan MVan 1stVan
Van Twlller As The CHerub Harry Cluy CluyBlaney CluyBlanc ClayBlanc1
Blaney Blanc has a 0 role that will entirely di divorce divorce divorce ¬
vorce him from tho popular priced plays playsand playsand playsand
and bo In keeping with Ith his last seasons seasonsengagement sensonsengagement seasonsengagement
engagement that Uint of Flip In Klaw KlawErlangers KJawErlangors KiawErlangers
Erlangers Little Nemo The matinees raaUneeswill matineeswUl matineeswill
will bo on Tuesday Thursday and Sat Saturday Saturdn Saturday ¬
urday urdn
Lymnn II Horres Howe Pictures PicturesTho PictureTho PicturesThe
Tho scenes and Incidents attending the thefuneral thetunera1 thcfuneral
funeral of the1 th late King Edward of Eng England Eng1nnd England ¬
land will again bo made the feature of ofthe otthe oi oithe
the programme of the Lyman H Howe HoweNew HoweNew HowcNow
New York Hippodrome Travel Festival at atthe atthe althe
the Columbia Theater Sunday evening eveningnext eveningnooct evcnin evcninnext
next the public demand for a repetition repetitionof I Iot
ot these remarkable pictures having been beeninsistent beenIm3l I IInsIstent
insistent Im3l ont since slnaothe the time of their previous previouspresentation previouspresentation prev1ouDresentation
presentation here como few e weeks ago ngoQ ngoj
Q a
j o
Solid Mahogany Bedroom Tables Tablesclaw Tablesclaw Tablesclaw
claw foot
600 Value 1200Mahogany 1200 1200Mahogany 1200Mahogany
Mahogany Bedroom Bedroom Chairs box boxseat boxsoot boxseat
seat
250 Value Valu Taltic 500Quartered 500 500Quartered 500Quartered
Quartered Oak Bedroom or Hall HallChairs HallChairs HallChairs
Chairs wooden seat
295 Value 500Mahogany 500 500Mahogany 500Mahogany
Mahogany Buffets mirror back backclaw backc1aw backclaw
claw feet w
4500 Value 6500 6500Quartered 6500Qunrtored 6500Quartered
Quartered Oak Buffets plain de design deslgnahol dosignshelf ¬
sign slgnahol shelf and mirror back
2275 Value 8100 8100Quartered 8100Quartered 3100Quartered
Quartered Oak Buffets French Frenchlegs Frenchlegstwo Frenchlegstwo
legs legstwo two small and one largo largodrawer 1are0drawer largedrawer
drawer and cupboard
2500 Value 3700 3700Oak 3700Oak 3700Oak
Oak China Closets bent glass glassdoor gla gladoor glassdoor
door and ends
1375 Value 1750 1750Quartered 1750Quartered 1750Quartered
Quartered Oak China biea Closets ono onomirror onomirror onemirror
mirror in back claw feet
2100 Value 8000 8000Quartered 8000Quarter6d 3000Quartered
Quartered Oak Serving Tables Tablestwo TablMtwo Tablestwo
two drawers
1150 Value 1500
These Thea pictures not only present the high highest hlghot higheat ¬
est attalnmenfof the moving picture art artbut artbut artbut
but may b be regarded as among the most mostimportant mostImportAnt mos t tmportant
important i mportant and convincing historical rec records records raeords ¬
ords extant Not the least Interesting lntere Interesttnifeatore UDJ
feature or the films are ar the close facial facialpertralts rdIp fPcl i iportraits
portraits p rtralts of the rulers of tfee tilf tb world who whoassembled wh whoambled a aassembled
assembled ambled to pay personal p ° ° l homage to the thememory thememory tb C Cmemory
memory of o the late monarch accompanied accompaniedby S Sby
by b a cavalcade of princes prlnc I field marshals manlhaMgenocals marshalsgenerals I Igenerals
generals admirals and troop t p < < from rom all alllands aUlandi 1 I Iands
lands l and our own exPresident Theo Theodore Theodore Theodore ¬
dore Roosevelt In addition to
these com commanding commancIlng L ¬
manding pictures there will be twenty twentyother twoatyoth61 tweet V Vother
other big features including Lake Como ComoItaly ComoItaly ComcItaly
Italy yachting at Cowes M 1110 1l marine marinestudies marInestudios maria mariastudies
studies aeroplane races jvonderful onderful rail railroad ralIroad railroad ¬
road construction Switzerland in winter winterand winterand w1nteand
and a a study stud of IndoChina its people in industries Industrlos industrios ¬
dustries and pagodas pgodssLyceum pagodasLyceumDurlcque pagodasLyceumBurlesque
Lyceum LyceumDurlcque LyceumDurlcqueThe DnrlciQue DnrlciQueTho
The famous Martell family five talented talentedcyclists taJentedcyclists d dcyclists
cyclists are with 1th the Kentucky Belles Bellesthe Bellesthe Bellesthe
the burlesque company which will be the thenext theneCt th 0 0next
next attraction ar a > the New Lyceum LyceumTheater LyceumTheater C CTheater
Theater commencing Labor Day Da Begin Beginning Be Benlng Beginning ¬
ning with Friends a comedy the per performance peetormance p pformance ¬
formance concludes with a burlesque burl8 Qu8 en entitled Ofttitled ontitled ¬
titled Slumming In Chinatown Twen Twenty Twent Twenty ¬
ty t chorus girls attired in stunning cos costumes castumea costumos ¬
tumes lend additional merit to the offer offering orrerIng offerIng ¬
ing Other attractions are La Belle BelleHelene BeUeHelone Bell S SHelene
Helene in dances out of the ordinary ordinaryHilda ordinaryHilda ordinaryHilda
Hilda Partridge in classic poses in inbronze Inbronze I a abronze
bronze Bill Colton and Jeane Darrow DarrowFrank DarrowFrank Darro P PFrank
Frank Rice Charles Ralyea Brownie BrownieCarroll BrOnleCarroll a aCarroll
Carroll and last but not least Joe JoeOpp JoeOpp Jo e eOpp
Opp the comedian comedianGayety comedianGn comedianGayetyBurlesque
Gayety Gn GayetyBurlesque GayetyBurlesqueThe > chDurlcJlJque chDurlcJlJqueTho Burlesque BurlesqueTho
Tho Midnight Maidens 1staIde which Is the theoffering theo1Corlng th 0 0Offering
offering at the Gayoty next ne < t week has hasa llUa ha a aa
a largo array of funproducing material materialclever materialclever matoriaclever
clever specialties gay ga dances enticing onUcingsingers onticin onticinsingers enticingsingers
singers and a chorus of beautifully beautifullygowned beautltullygowned beautifull I Igowned
gowned girls Heading the feminine con contingent contingent contingent ¬
tingent are Gladys Sears and Grace Ce Celest Celest Celest
lest and the comedy comed of that popular popularGorman popularGerman popularGerman
German comedian Harry A Emerson EmersonDuring EmersonDuring EmersonDuring
During the burlesque there is a scene of oftwenty ortwenty oftwenty
twenty beautiful bathing girls with per perfect Dertect perfect ¬
fect color effects a scene of intranolng
beauty beout The vaudeville acts comprise comprisemany compriseman comprisemany
many man novelties noveltiesthe the Creighton Brothers BrothersHoward BroUtorsHoward BrothorHoward
Howard and St St Clair Barto and McCuo McCuoand McCueand MeCueand
and Fannie Howard reproducing famous famousmasterpieces tamousmaterplecOi famousmasterpieces
masterpieces of painting and sculptor sculptoryCasino sculptorCnslnoContlnuou scuiptoryCasinoContinuous
Casino CnslnoContlnuou Continuous Vaudeville VaudevilleIn rnudcll1oIn
In order to properly celebrate Labor LaborDay LaborDa LaborDay
Day Da Manager Mayer of the Casino The Theater Theater Theater ¬
ater has engaged a vaudeville bill of ex exceptional excoptlonnl cxcoptionni ¬
ceptional interest The acts will Include IncludeFred IncludeFred includeFred
Fred Peters and company u u dramatic dramaticorganization dt11matlcorsa dramaticorgaization
organization orsa orgaization lzation of six hx people who will pre present presont prosoot ¬
sent a a comedy sketch sketchontltled entitled His HisLucky HlsLuoky HisLucky
Lucky Day Latino billed as Tho Phy Physical Physical Thysical ¬
sical Culture Girl Bigelow and Camp > ¬
bell the laugh makers May Duryea and andcompany andcompany andcompany
company In a a dramatic sketch Dick Fox FoxDa FoxD FoxDa
Da D Costa brothers xylophone artists and andthe nndthe andthe
the usual three reels of motion picture pictureplays picturepln pictureplays
plays pln s N NHoivnrd
Hoivnrd liowarduSmnrt liowarduSmnrtComing Smart Set SetComing SetComing
Coming to the Howard Theater this thlaweek thisweek thisweek
week beginning Monday 1IIonda will be tho thonoted thonoted thenoted
noted Smart Set company of sixty peo people people poopIe ¬
ple At the head of the th company Is that
foremost of all negro comedians S H HDUdleY HDudley
Dudley Tho name of tho comedy Is His HisHonor HisHonor HiaHonor
Honor the Barber It is in three acts actsand netsnnd actsand
and seven scenes with the locale in the theSouth theSouth thoSouth
South Edwin Hanford Js tho author and
he has turned out a play sure to weather weathermany wOlth weathermany r rman
many man seasons Aida Ovorton Walker tho thowellknown thowellknown thowellknown
wellknown singing and dancing come comedlehne comedlehne comediahne
dlehne is conspicuous in Mr Dudleys Dudleyssupport Dudlcyssupport Dudleyssupport
support The music Is described as being beingof beingot beingof
of the jingling whlstly sort WQ the thefun thotun thefun
fun is spontaneous throughout through9ut MaUnoes MaUnoesas
as usual usualAsk usualARk usualAsk
Ask Bids for tor Torpedo Boats BoatsProposals DontProposals BoatsProposals
Proposals for constructing by b contract contractsix contractalx contractSix
six torpedoboat destroyers desfro ers will be re received reeehed recelved ¬
ceived by the JiIY vy Department until 12 12oclook 12oclock j joclock
oclock noon Tuesday November 8 Plans Plansand Plansnnd Plansand
and specifications will be ready foe pros nrospectlve DraaP prospectiVo
pectlve P cUvo bidders on September 1 I
a
INTHESOCIALIORLD INTHESOCIALIORLDi IN ll THE SOCIAL WORLD WORLDMiss ORLD
i Miss Hood Becomes Bride of ofLieuf ofLient
Lieuf Waterman WatermanCEEEMONY WatermanCEBEM0NY VatelmanI VatelmanCEREMONY
I
CEEEMONY AT BRIDES HOME HOMEMini HOMEI 0ME 0MEMiss
I
Mini u Roe Ongooil and nd Lieut Glmrlen GlmrlenEtlRur ChnrJeEIIJur CharleEdgar
Edgar nrllllmrt U S 7 fi N Arc rc Mar Married lInrrlcd Marned ¬
ned In Presidential l Suite SuIte Sui1 of the theNew thcNcw theIccw
New AVlllard by Chaplain Oh plnln George GeorgeL
L Bayard DnnrclSoclnl Social Notc Notes of Interest IntercutMiss IntercJltMise InterestMiss
Miss Ruth Hood daughter of Mr and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs James Cooper Hood and LIouL LIouLJohn LloutJohn Lied LiedJohn
John J Waterman U S A were mar married marrIed marned ¬
ried at the home of the brides parents parentsIn
In Twentysecond street at 8 oclock last lastevening lastovenlng lastevening
evening by Rev O S Dean D D of ofPassaic orPassaic ofPassaic
Passaic N J uncle of the bride The Thehouse Thehouse Thehouse
house wag wa tastefully decorated In tho thocavalry thocfwalry thecavalry
cavalry yellow mingled with green The Themantels Themantols Themantels
mantels were banked with farleyeuse farleyeuseferns tarleyeuseferns farleycuseferns
ferns and golden glow and the prie priedteu prl prldlu priediu
dteu In the buy window of the drawing drawingroom drawingroom drawingroom
room was festooned teatooned with the delicate delicatefern deUcutefern delicatefern
fern The bride was attended by b Miss MissRuth MissRuth MissRuth
Ruth Hcermans of Olympia Wash who whoacted whoacte vltoacted
acted acte < l as maid of honor and Mr Leonard LeonardWaterman LeonardWaterman LeonardWaterman
Waterman of Grand Rapids brother of oftho ortho ofthe
tho bridegroom was the best bc t man manThe manTho manThe
The bride W wee B escorted rtcd and given In Inmarriage Inmarrl Inmarriage
marriage marrl se by her father She wore an anexquisite ancxqulsltco anexquisite
exquisite gown uf imported white crepe crepede crepede crepedo
de chine richly embroidered and with a araro a arare arare
rare flounce of finest flne t Chantilly lace lacedraped lacedraped lacedraped
draped over the bodice and skirt in a agraceful agracotul agraceful
graceful fashion Ducheese Duche se point lace lacewag lacewa ace acewas
wag wa used upon the sleeves and about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the nock A tulle veil ell hold with orange orangeblossoms orangebl0S5oms
blossoms and a shower bouquet of lilies lillosof 111106or liliesof I
of the valley and white orchids complot completed ¬
ed the unusually beautiful costume The Themaid ThoJudd Themaid
maid of o honor wore a charming gown of ofyellow ofcnow 01yellow
yellow cnow chiffon with a flowered bordor bordorover bordorovor borderover
over yellow oJJow satin aUn and carried a shower showerof sboworoC showesof
of maidenhair fern Mrs Hood mother motherof mothorot
of the bride wore black chiffon cloth clothover cloUtoer clothover I
over black silk silkOnly silkOnly silkOnly
Only Immediate relatives and a few in intimate Intimate
timate friends were present A bridal bridalsupper bridalsupper bridasuppor I
supper followed the ceremony The table tablewag tablewa tablewa
wag wa decorated in yellow eUow The bride out outtho outtho outthe
tho cake with the bridegroom sword swordand word wordand wordand
and it was a merry little party which saw sawthem w wthem
them depart for an extended trip through throughtho tbroughthe throughthe I
the far West The bride wore for trav traveling travollng trayoltag ¬
eling a gray cloth suit ult and a black blacktoque blacktoque
toque After tho wedding trip they will willbe willb wifbe 1
be b at homo at Fort Riley Kansas KansasMis KansasMIss
Mis MIss 1 ROM Oigood daughter of Mr Mrand Mran4
MrI
and Mrs Irs Clarence Whitman Itman Osgood of ofthis olthl o othis I
this thl city was married yesterday ye torday morning morningto morninito
to Llout Charles Edgar Briltnart U US US iiS
S N The ceremony cermon was performed at a t t1l3O
1130 113 in the Presidential suite of the New NewWillard NewWmard Ne NeWihiard
Willard Hotel by Chaplain George L LBayard LB p pBayard
Bayard B rd U S N in the presence of o a ayery ayery i iyery
yery small company of the two families familiesLieut familiesLleut familiesLleut
Lleut and Mrs Charles T Hutching son sonand JIOnand soi r rand
and daughterinlaw of Rear Admiral AdmiralHutchlns AdmiralHutchins 1 1Hutchins
Hutchins wore beet man and matron of ofhonor othonor o f fhonor
honor The ceremony ceremon was performed ac according according according ¬
cording to the Episcopal EpI cop l rites The bride bridewore bridewon brid a awore
wore white satin and lace with a tulle tulleveil tuUeven tull a aveil
veil and orange blossoms After the theluncheon theluncheon tb
luncheon the bride brld and bridegroom left leftfor leftCor let t
for Philadelphia the th first lap of a long longmotor IOQgmotor lon lonmotor g
motor trip through tbco h the Borkshires and andthe ancltbe an anthe
the White Mountains Iountlnsot of N New w Hampshire HampshireThe HampshireTbe HampelflrEThe
The bride wore a motor costume co tume of shep shepherd sbelhord shepherd > ¬
herd plaid with lth a gray auto bonnot On Ontheir Ontheir O C Ctheir
their return they wilt havo an apartment apartmentat t tat
at the Cairo The bride rlde Is known kn wn aa aaone uone a a aone
one of the most mo t skillful horsewomen and andmotorists aoomotorists an ci cimotorists
motorists She is well known ae a cross crosscountry cro541country I Icountry ¬
country rider riderMiss riderMJas riderMIs
Miss Anna Clara Harris WhltfleW of ofMilledgevillo otMllIedgcllIo a f fMiliedgevillo
Milledgevillo Ga was married yoatsrday yoatsrdayto yostordato ostd ostdto
to Mr r Wolles olIos Morrlam of this city cl The Theceremony Theceremon Th e eceremony
ceremony ceremon was performed in the Church Churchof Churehot Chur Churof
of the Ascension by Rev Neilson Falls Fallsof Fan Fanor Fahliof
of Georgetown The bride wore ore her trav traveling traveUng trayefing ¬
eling suit and the couple left immedi immediately Immedlately L Lately ¬
ately afterward for or a wedding trip tripNorth tripNorth trI p pNorth
North On their return thoy will spend spendsome spen > > PendstOme d dsome
some time with tho bridegrooms brother brotherDr brothorDr brotheDr
Dr Merriam in Kensington Md Id The Thebrido ThobrIde Tb a abride
brIde is a sister of Lieut Robert With Whkfleld Whtneld WithfIeld
fIeld U S A and camo to Washington Washingtonto a ato
to study art in which she has made madesplendid madesplendid nd a asplendid
splendid progress progresshe progresshe progressThe
The he marriage OL Miss Alice Dean Hill Hilld Hiltd I Id
d ghtor of Mr r and Mrs George H HHill HHUI r rHill
Hill to Dr Harry Welte Wel Woodward took tookplace tookplace too k kplace
place in the homo of the brides brIde parents parentsin S Sin
in Sixteenth street at 3 oclock yesterday yesterdayafternoon ycstenlllafternoon yestertlaafternoon
afternoon The ceremony was 5 performed performedby performedby 1 1by
by Rev Re E C Powers The bride woro woroa wor oro oroa 0 0traveling
a traveling suit of blue Chantung silk silkwith silkwith siihwith
with hat to match and carried Bride Briderosos BriderOliOS Brid 0 0roses
roses A reception r 4eptlon followed and after aftertho aftertho alto r rthe
tho wedding luncheon the bride and bride bridegroom bridegroom bridegroom ¬
groom left for the North Their future futurehome futurihomo a ahome
home will be In Massachusetts avenue avenueMrs avenueMrs avenueMrs
Mrs Ralston wife of Lieut Ralston Ralstonhas Ralstonhas Ralatorhas
has been the th recent guest of o the Tyler S
at a t their summer home in New London LondonConn LondonConn LondonConn
Conn Their Washington homo is leased leasedto leasedto leanedo
th to t o the Russian Ambassador and they theyhave theyhave theyave
have h ts ave spent the past few years at their theirsummer theirsummer theirummer
summer s homo and abroad abroadGen abroadGen abroadGen
Gen and Mrs J Franklin Bell have haveJoined havojoined haveoined
Joined j oined Mrs Garlingfon GarUns on and Miss Sally SallyGarlington Sal1yGarlington SallyGarlington
Garlington at the Bay View Hotel HotelJamestown HotelJ8p1ostown HotelJanestown
Jamestown R I IVommander Immander Inimander
Vommander mmander Halsey Hn1s HnlsoyTJ U S N N and Mrs MrsHalsey MrsHOlaey MrsHalsey
Halsey hayo ba o returned to Washington Washingtonafter Washingtonn Washingtonafter
after n ter spending the summor at Chelsea ChelseaN Chelsea1I1S5
N J JMiss 3Miss
Miss Ruth Halford who camo here hereyesterday herell hereyeaterday
yesterday ll rday fortiie wedding wcddlnsot of her cousin cousinMies cousinMiss cousinMiss
Miss Hood will return to tho Brooklyn BrooklynNavy BrooklnNavy BrooklynNavy
Navy Yard Saturday Saturdo She has recently rocentlyreturned recentlyroturned
returned from a 0 motor trip tnrough Drou h the theNew theNew
New England summer resorts and a avisit avilt
visit 1 lt to Jamestown R L I during the thevisit thevisit thevisit
visit of the Atlantic fleet there Mrs MrsHalford MraHa1orc1
Halforfi has been in Now ow England They Theywill TheyJill Theywill
will Jill return hore tho middle of October Octoberand Octoberand Octoberand
and will take an apartment for the thewinter the1nt thes1ntor
winter winterThe s1ntorThe 1nt r rTho
The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Fouts Foutsdaughter Foutsdaushter Foutsdaughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs Levi M Fouts Foutsand Foutsand Foulsand
and Percival E Rowe took place yestor yestorday yestexday yestoipday
day morning m rnlng at 10 11 oclock at the Hamllne HamllneMethodist HamUneMethodist HamlineMethodist
Methodist Church Rev Dr K l F France Francepastor Fran Francepastor e epaMtot
pastor of Trinity Methodist Church per performing perlorrql perforiqing ¬
forming lorrql the ceremony The church dec decorations decoradornJ decorations ¬
orations for the occasion < > were w8repalms palms and andclusters andclusters andclusters
clusters of white roses and hydrangeas hydrangeasThe hydrangeasThe hydrangeasThe
The bride was given in marriage by her herfather herathor herfather
father She was gowned In a a handsome handsomefrock handsometrock handsomefrock
frock of white laco over soft silk with witha
a large black picture hat hat and carried carriedshower a ashower i ishower
3 3fernl
shower of Bride roses and maidenhair maidenhairferns maldenhaiferns
ferns Miss I11111 Ruth Fouls attended her hersister hersltor hersistor
sister as maid of honor and wore a pink pinkmossallno pinkm pinkmescaline
mescaline m fiBflllno satin tin gown with a large black blackchip blackemlp blackchip
chip hat She carried Bridesmaid Brlde mald roses rosesMr rosesMr rosesMr
Mr Fred Rice was best man Following Followingthe Followingthe Followingthe
the coremooy a wedding breakfast was wasserved wasserved
served at the home of the brides par parents paronts paroats ¬
oats at 158 F street southeast and in the theafternoon thearternoon theafternoon
afternoon the young youn couple left for a awedding awedding awedding
wedding trip in the North The brides bridestraveling bride bridetravollng bridestraveling
traveling gown was of blue cloth with witha
a B hat of the same shade Upon their re return return return ¬
turn they will be at home after October 1 1at 1a 1at
at a t the De Solo apartments apartmentsMrs ap apartmentsMrs rlmenta rlmentaMrs
Mrs Charles L Beckarts wife wU of Maj MajBeekarta MajBeekarts MajBockarts
Beekarta U S A and MISS Ethel Bee Beearts Be Bear flecarts
arts ar who havo bean spending the summer summerIn summerIn summerin
In New England have arrived In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York City whore they are guests guo ts for a afew atow afew
few days at tho Wolcott They will re return return return ¬
turn to Washington Wa hlntOR early next week and andopen andopen andopen
open open their apartment in the Westmore Westmoreland Weetmoreland Ve tmor tmorland ¬
land landTho landTho landThe
Tho marriage te heannounced announced of Miss MissGrace lIotssGrace
Grace E Beavers B vers and Claude C Koontz KoontzTha KoontzThe KoontzTh
The Th ceremony was performed Tuesday Tuesdayafternoon TuesdayaIternoon TuesdayafternOon
afternoon at the First Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch Pre PresbyterianChurch byterlan byterlanChurch
Church at 4M 4 oclock clock Rev Donald C CMcLeod CMcLood CMcLeod
McLeod officiated officiatedAnnouncement omcJateclAnnouncement otflclatedAnnouncement
Announcement is I made of the marriage marriageof
of Miss Floselo FloI to C HIggs and William A AF AF
F 1 Strauss which took place Tuesday Tuesdayafternoon Tuesda Tuesdaanernoon Tuesdayafternoon
afternoon at 2 oclock at the parsonage of ofLuther orLuthV ofLuthr
Luther LuthV Place Memorial Church Ckur The cere ceremony ceremony coremony ¬
mony was v performed 1form d by Rev Lloyd L1o d C CDouglass CDougla CDouglass
Douglass DouglassMrs Dougla Douglarns
Mrs rns Malcolm McConihe Ibo daughter of ofMrs orMrs of1sIrs
Mrs F Berger Moran of Sheridan circle circlewas circlewas circlewas
was hostels at t a beeJttSfuIly bMIttUuU appointed appointedluncheon appointedluncbon appointedluncheon
luncheon Tuesday afternoon at Narra Narragansett NarragaDliett Narragnsett
gansett Pier P1 r Her guests were Mrs R RG RG HG
G Dun Mrs Samuel H Valentine Miss MissHenrietta MI8ISHenrietta MissHenrietta
Henrietta Porter Mrs Mr Benjamin Griffin GriffinMrs GrimnIrs GriffinMrs
Mrs Irs Edward A cMJlee taolco Mrs William WilliamCorcoran WilliamCorcoraa WilliamCoc
Corcoran Coc mil fors lrs Henry B Kane Mrs MrsMcCaulay MrsMcCauley frs frscCauct
McCauley cCauct Mrs Mis s Irving H Chase and Mrs MrsTalraadge MrsTlmadt8 MrsTalIUd5
Talraadge TalraadgeMrs Tlmadt8Irs TalIUd5Mrs
Mrs Irs William Corcoran Hill of this thiscity thl thlcity thiscity
city gave a a bridge party p rty Tuesday after afternoon afternGOft afterNarragansett ¬
noon at Narragansett Her guests gue ts in included Included included ¬
cluded Mrs Samuel H I Valentine Miss MissPorter Yf8sPo MissPorlor
Porter Po rt er Mrs Robert G Dun Mrs Irving IrvingH IrvingH IrvingH
H Chase Mrs In Malcolm McConibe and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Benjamin Griffin GriffinCount GrUBnCount GriffinCount
Count dAdhomar d who has spent most mostof mOltot mostof
of the summer In Manchester is in inWashington InWashington IntiTasblngtan
Washington for a 8 tow days daysMr daysMr daysMr
Mr Samuel B Millar and ad Miss Mattie MattleMcElroy Mattietclroy tUe tUellcElror
McElroy were married yesterday morn mornIng mornIng mornlag
Ing at 11 oclock at St St Patricks rectory rectoryby rector rectorby
by y Rev Re James Smith and left immediate immediately ¬ 0
ly afterward for Atlantic City CityMr CitylUr CityMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Edward Brown and son sonof sono sonof
of o North Capitol street are Jm touring in inthe 1ftthe inthe
the West WestCapt WestCapt rest restCAnt
Capt Archibald McGinnis a a veteran veteranspecial veteranspecial etoran etoranspecial
special agent of the Pension Office who whohas whohas be behas
has been on field duty in IHtaols for forsome telme forsome
some me years is again located in Wash WsohIngton Washington fIh fIhInston
Ington
Coal Teat Te1tR for Navy XnvyTho NnvyThe NavyTho
Tho armored cruisers Maryland and andWest andWest
West est Virginia now at Mare Iare Island Cal Calhave CalhO Calhave
have been selected to make tests of tho thoPacific thoPaclflc thePacific
Pacific Coast coal in tho hope of finding findingn
n coal mined on that coast which hleb would wouldbe wouldb wouldbe
be b satisfactory for use in the navy navyWhile navyWhile navyWhile
While you ou think of o it telephone your yourWant yourWant yourWant
Want Ad to The Washington Herald Heraldand Heraldand Heraldand
and bill will bo sent you at 1 cent a n wor1
MORNING Ai 0 R N I N G CHITCHAT CHITCHATA CHI T C HAT HATA T TA
A Few Leaves from the Diary of a Stomach
1000 a m Oh dear another anoth r hot day Wonder if Ill be abused as asI asI asI
I was as yesterday If I am Im going tQ strike Just disposed of o a 0 half halfchewed haltchewod halfchewed
chewed breakfast We ran for the train which meant that I was so sojiggled sojiggled sojiggled
jiggled about and so tired that It took me twice as long to do my work worfcHope workHope workHope
Hope she gives me an or hour or two t vo of o complete rest before anything anythingmore anthlngmore anythingmore
more come my way
1030 a m Two glasses of Ice water have Just arrived It will take takeall takeall takeall
all the energy I can pump up In the next hour to warm me up to normal normalagain normalagain normalagain
again
1050 a m A halfchovod breakfast didnt satisfy hor and she sh has hasbought hasbought hasbought
bought some peanuts and started eating thorn
1200 m Peanuts have dribbled along steadily over since last entry entryThink entryThink entryThink
Think she has finished them though though13O
1230 p m Decided she wasnt very ery hungry hurigr and Instead of a good goodsolid goodsolid goodsolid
solid dinner sent me down a n cold eggnog heavy with chocolate Could Couldhave Couldha Couldhae
have ha e managed Jt it all right If it hadnt been so cold but that makes it ter terribly terrlbh terribly ¬
ribly hard to deal with
110 p m Moro Ice water
140 1 40 p it Was mistaken about the peanuts She found another anotherhandful anotherhandtul anotherhandful
handful in the bottom of the bag and now I have them to tend to
205 p m Morq Ice water
310 p m She has been lifting some heavy books and as usual usuatused usualu8cd usualused
used my muscles mueclesinstead Instead of her arms muscles muscles as she should have done doneTired donoTIred doneTired
Tired me more than digesting a sixcourse dinner
320 p m Some ono has brought us a box of caramels and she has hasstarted hasstarted hasstarted
started on that
430 4 30 p i J1 a Have received something like half a a pound of caramels caramelssince caromelsI caramelssince
I since last entry cnt She Just said Oh dear I dont feel a n bit well we1tl I know knowthe knowthe knowthe
the milk In that eggnog must have been sour
450 p 1 > m We were invited out to have a soda before going home homeHad homeHad homeHad
Had a n lemon phosphate and then ran for tho train
630 p m We played pla ed a a set of tennis before dinner and here I am amall amall amall
all tired out and a dinner to handle
700 p m Pried potatoes green corn veal ea1 and blueberries What Whatdo Whatdo Whatdo
do you know about that
746 We arc going down do n tQwn for a chocolate walnut walnut collage ice
820 Got home and found some one had made some lemonade She Shedrank Shedrank Shedrank
drank two glasses glasslis That on top of the college ice settles it I strike strikeS30
830 Have sent back the college Ice and lemonade
840 Returned the blueberries
850 And the veal veal910tp
910tp 9 910 10 D m She has sent for thq th doctor Says S s that college ico fc must musthave musthave musthave
have had had something the matter with it Her mother says it Is probably
the weak stomach she sh inherited from her fathor
930 p m Doctor says its Just a little upset due to the hot weather weatherGood weatherGood weatherGood
Good night nlghUH BOTH OAMBiiON aruEltONI aruEltONt
= 2 2r
r I
z zr71r
r71r t
Store Closed at 5 P M MSaturday ktSaturday I ISaturday
Saturday September 3 1 1 P M MDiscontinued MDiscontinued t tD
Discontinued D ls ontlIiue d Open 0 pen Stock StockT S toe toeT k 0 0Table
T Table a le China at Big BigC1earance BiciClearance
Clearance 0 Reductions ReductionsWE ReductionsA
A T TE E are sacrificing at greatly reduced prices the remaining remainingI remainingV
j I I WE V V j stock of several choice Open Stock patterns to make makeroom makeroom makeroom
room for fall stock stockhese stockI stockrhese stockhese
j I t rhese hese patterns are ar familiar to many Washington iVl ltington housekeep housekeepers
I tI ers and afford an exceptional excepti nal opportunity to replenish the table tablechina tabrechina tablechina
china or secure secure a table service of excellent quality at the price priceof priceof priceof
of ordinary ordina1r china Included are such noted makes as l Royal RoyalVienna RoyalVienna oyal oyalVienna
Vienna Haviland Blue Saxe fe c Some of the manyi manythargains manythargainsare bargains bargainsare
are quoted below
Blue SaxeRoyal Austrian AustrianChina AustrianChina AustrianChina
China gold goldedge goldedge goldedge
edge popular blue bluepattern bltlepattern bitepattern
pattern
Were New NewDOM NOIfn NOIfDinner uw uwD uwDinner
DOM n Item ItemDinner
Dinner Ptaies PlatesN H 300 300Breakfast 3ooBreakfut LOOBreakfast
Breakfast Plates Plates451 4M 4 300 300Soup 3ooSoup OO OOSoup
Soup Plates 4ee H 9300 9300Tee 3oO 3oOTea oo ooTea
Tea Cups and SuoersgLM SuIoerll I 300 300Bouillon 300BouUlon 300Bouillon
Bouillon Cups and andSaucers andSaucers antiSaucers
Saucers J5H 6 6I 300Tea 300 300Tea 300Tea
Tea Plates 3M 5200 5200Bread 200 200Bread OO OOBread
Bread and Butter ButtorPlates ButterPlates ButtrPlates
Plates 522 221 150 150Bad 101IK loOpen
Bad TSaefc TSaefcOpen 1IK 1IKOpen
Open Vegetable VegetableDishos YogetbJcDhlhes VegetableDishes
Dishes iJJW 1i8 75o 75oCovered r 7oCovered o oCovored
Covered Vegetable VogetableDishes VogetbloDishes VegetableDishes
Dishes 27 175 Si 5I2 125
Soup Sou p Toureen Toure n 4JM 51X0 150 150Covered lroCovered
Covered Butter Dirt DJ U75 175 roc
Cake Plates SLM 158 We WeMeat 71eMeat c cfeat
Meat feat Dish IS incite 1 S0 0 130 130Meat 10Iet ioMeat
Meat Iet Dish 22 2 Inches Incta HO 4 4OO 300 200 200Meat oo i it
Meat t Dish 84 4 Inches looh S50 500 so 2J5 20 20ts
Xtfii i is l ts 125 r0 r0Sugar flOc flOcSugar Ov
Sugar Bowls SSc 23c 5c
Haviland China large pale palepink I apink I Ipink
pink rose border borderdecorations borderdecoratio borderdecorations
decorations decoratio s with festooned festoonededges festoonededges festoonededges
edges
Were New NewDoecs NewDo I IDozes
Dozes Do f Dozes DozesChocolate Des DoloooJte Descbooolat
Chocolate oooJte Cups and andSaucers andSaucers andSaucers
Saucers J13JjO 31360 l30 000 000A eooA oo ooA
A A D Coffee Cups Cupsana Cupsand Capsand
and Saucers StUI 8lS 1050 1050Bouillon 7500 7500Bouillon OO OOBouUloR
Bouillon CuB and andSaucers andSaucers Dd DdSaucers
Saucers 1400 700 700Dessert 700Dessert 00 00De
Dessert De ert Saucers i58 i58Fruit 58 537 537Fruit 27 27Fruit
Fruit Saucers 5680 60 5200 5200Soup 300 300Soup 300Soun
Soup Plates 77C uoo uooJack 4oo 4ooa UK UKBack
Back a Es EsCovered Kaca KacaCover e eCoverOd
Cover Covered od Vegetable VegetableDishes Vegtab1eDlebo VegetableDishes
Dishes Dlebo eo 500 I 300 300Sauce 300Sauoe 300Sauce
Sauce Tureen and andStand andStand n nStand
Stand g90 eo 200 200Salad 200Salad OO OOSJad
Salad Bowls fliO 2iO iO 150 150Meat 1WMet 150Meat
Meat Dishes 14Inch 275 1 SlZ SlZMeat 12 12Meat 12Mast
Meat Dishes Dl h ItInch 460 4GOM6tLt 2 250 250Mont 0 0Moat
Moat Dishes ISlnch 116 09 100 100Xeat tooMeat 100Meat
Meat Dishes Dl h 34inch S I 4 iso > 0
rr7Ve We are also including in this sale many desirable dinner dinnersets dinnersets dinnersets
sets sets of noted French and American makes mak s at price reductiohs of offrom offrom offrom
from 10 to 25 25Dulin 25Dulin b bPottery
0 Dulin Martin Co CoPottery CoPottery
Pottery Porcelain China Glass Silver c J
III I 1215 F St and 121418 G St StNOW StNW II IINOW
NW NOW IN II THE REACH REACHMade OF ALL ALLMade ii iiMadeto
Made Madeto to Order Slip Covers CoversAt CoversAt CoversAt
At Unheard Unheardof of Low Prices PricesSlip PricesSlip
Slip Covers for fivepiece suite requiring not notover j4fr I
over 0 > 1 twenty yards rds of material an un c A a amatchable IT A Amatchable
matchable i12 12 value vaJueeomplete complete at the JftlJ i459 4 59 1B 1Bspecial
special price of ofLaq ofLarger w wLarg it
Larg Larger er r suites in proportion This special price priceprevail prIceprevail
prevail for a very limited time only so we would wouldadvise wouldadvise ii ires iresadvise
advise you to take advantage of the great say savings sayIngs assings <
ings offered otr rd All covers bound with Uh shrunk bind ¬
ing workmanship of the finest and guaranteed to togive togive togive
give entire satisfaction
S FALL SEASON BARGAINS BARGAINSIN
IN REUPHOLSTERING AND RECOVERING RECOVERINGKlvo RECDVERUIGilvo RECOVERINGiVo
Klvo iVo Piece Parlor Suite 1798 1798We 1798 1798We 1798We
We will reupholster r and recover a fie flvepl fieplce fivepiece
pl piece c parlor suite with an excellent quality qualityneavy
heavy hMY neavy tapestry or velour put on new gimp gimpi
i and silk UIt cord furnish new springs where wherenecessary whereneeellUot7 wherenecessary
fIJ fIJceptionsi necessary and Del polish up the frames rames to look looki lookUke looklike
i like n new newOur nowOur w wOur
Our work along these lines is of an ex exceptional exc4pUonal ¬
ceptional nature and guaranteed to be befirst befirstclass first firstclass firstI
class Drop a a postal or call and our man manwill manwill manwill
will raU < all with samples and give you an anest1 anest1mate esti estimate estImate ¬
mate at our lowest figure figureSTAR figureSTAR figureSTAR
I STAR UPHOLSTERY COMPANY COMPANYRoom J
Room 210 Jenifer enifer Building 7th D St N W PHONE MAWT5277 MAUI
ARMY AND NAVY NAVYArmy NAVYArmy NAVYrmy
Army rmy Orders OrdersPint OrdcnPInt OrdersPicet
Pint LiMt PAUL M GOODRICH Ninth isles Infantxy 1DIanU7 islestry
try will proved t to 0 Fort t Letnanorth Kane Kanawl Kutnal Kaneand
awl report in prnan pS to tb the omnmandant ut of the UteUBited theU1Iited theUslisS
UBited State Sut Military Prim Pr toB at that poet for forAM forftIImns feedea
AM itHvrinff zt5en Fit Lieut WALTER WALT Jt SLNGDEb SLNGDEbCtaut SLGDEct SlNG5 SlNG5csst
Ctaut Artillery Cocj CocjFtat CoqJlIInt Cs CsYhat
Ftat Lust WALTER W ALTER SINGLES SJ S1NGL GLIS tnt Artillery ArtilleryGorpa At111erJ0Drpa
Gorpa chtt fe 1 ataigTOd to tb u the Fborta tIt Company Cmt CmtArttttery COINtAtUUerJ ott ottArtillery
Arttttery Corps rica rte Fto lI r nt Lirat I eQt HOBERTouLIIIELL ROBERT N NGAMlllELL NoAMIltgu
GAMlllELL Cost Antttery Oorfs Lieut SIX SIXOLSS SIXOLm3 SIN0Ls
OLSS upon Us b rafef from duty at U the Untod UntodSUtaa tDIt taltedStates < < 1 1Sttes
States Military Ultary Prison Pri aB IPl ffl fl pvooMd to join the UMOMBpaay theaBlIUJ thesuy
OMBpaay to which h be fe aMRMd aMRMdTin 8III kiaed kiaedThe ecL ecLTIle
Tin hare of ateae granted xsntsd Capt ARTHUR L LCONGER f fCONGER LCONCEIt
CONGER Twentyninth InfeMiy fa exteodd exteoddtkmaoBthe ateodfle ateodfleUtne exte s1ie s1iethess
tkmaoBthe tkmaoBtheLaw Utne thessLesy JDOIItbI JDOIItbILea
Law Lea of abMBc fee fifteen 4aya ye to tea cAect cAector ea eaboat eeSc
or about boat September eahft M Hot b granted Pint PintLfettt F5ntLIeat Pintlient
Lfettt HERMAN N BUNDESEN Medical Jiled eal Re Resen Re5IIn8
5IIn8 sen 1 Corpa CorpaThe CCJrpane C CThe
The feat se of ableD abse btenc granted xaated Steoad Ltevt WILL WILLCONGER WILLCONGER WILLSCONCER
CONGER Twontyrtnth hreab Infantry Il atQ fe extended extendedOH at tded tdedese tded tdedJMII
ese OH JMOOtfa JMOOtfaTkc JMII aoelhThe I Ino
The foUowfog tnnefen tn of oBtoon of Use First Car Caraur 011ab7 tyairy
aur airy an ofdewrt Mel 11 LLOYD 1C BRETT BRETTfrow BKBITnIII1 BRT1froa
frow nIII1 the Third Sqwtdron to the Second so t Squad Squadron SqaadnlBi Squadroe ¬
ron nlBi Maj aj JOHN J0ll II GARDNER GAItD D m fcem Uw M See Second Seeto Seeead ¬
ond S Squa4roe < roi to the ThM Sooadnm 541 The offl offlcen odICeIS o oCes
cen MOld will proceed to I join j iIi the aayadmuo seseua to toXaval toriI tow toNaval
riI w tmIIIwNd
Naval = nl Orders OrdersLfoat OrdenIMt OrdersLieu
Lfoat Lieu T F CALDWELL to duty < ladtano as scoter scoterengineer SI sndoresuaer or oreadaHr
engineer esuaer esuaerI4est offlcer oIINrLl9t offlcerLieut
Lieut J J i TOWNSEND TOW SB D detached de Idaed dst dnty conaaad conaaadNarwhal aRIMIIdarwllal cMndNarwhsl
Narwhal arwllal to bone and a wait k orders ordersBarfga CIIdenBMIp cokesBn
Barfga X A H MILES detached cIt IdMd duty dutyViper oomand oomandVipor
Viper 11 to duty atr atrB eommonil Narwhal NarwhalEasfex NarwhalBaelni
Easfex B L 1 P WARRBN W ARRK detached duty CttttMkh CttttMkht ow owto
t to duty comtnaod uandSersos Viper ViperS Ipc Ipc84IWIOII
84IWIOII S r w J a PRYOR detached duty M ssey 7 J ierd ierdPanuaccis rd rdPcnaeota nlP
Pcnaeota P Fk to duty Bwcmt tme of 0 Medfctee sad aatfSnreonr sadiasI7 r rSIr
Snreonr SIr iasI7 er7 Navy SAY De Department Washington w D 0 0Tha 0ne 0The
The favorite corset it 1 fengwafeted fengwafetedb eL ea um tM tMINK lbsleNt
b INK tt of f toe corset ic low lowYawning JcNYaW1llDg lowYawning
Yawning i to canted by a dfflckncy m 11 the theMpply all allIIiIIppI sittpph3
Mpply IIiIIppI tpph3 to the htags htagsAny lUflAny lussAny
Any Little SirThats Girl GirlThats GirlThats
Thats a Nice Little girl girlCan GirlCan irl irlCan
Can get a set of eight dolls dollsOne dollsFREE dollsFREE
FREE FREEOne
One Doll with Every Two TwoLoaves TwoLoaves TwoLoaves
Loaves of Ewalds Butter ButterToast ButterToast ButterToast
Toast or or White bite Satin SatinBread SatinBread SatinBread
Bread BreadAT BreadWEDNESDAY 0 0WEDNESDAY
WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYAT
AT ALL GROCERS GROCERSEwalds GROCERSEwalds GROCERSEwalds
Ewalds Bakery
1244 Florida Ave N E EPhone EPhone EPhone
Phone Lincoln 688 688HOTELS G8SHOTELS GSSHOTELS
HOTELS
81 St James European Europeanr EurapealySIIINGTON1 I
WA5BLQTON D V lil
= r
r yl ylPIAN
I AND Q7 OTHER LEADING LEADINGAND L LEADINGPIANOS
PIAN PIANOS OS OSAND I IAND
AND PLAYERPIAMOS PLAYERPIAMOSG PLAYERPIAtlOSDROOPS I
DROOPS oPsJ IoPsJ
l G and d 13th 13thOrder 13thOrder I
Order the thef theNeeded theNeeded
Needed Paints 1 1I I
11
I f finishes I n I s h e s and andrenovating
Acme I stI stains for et the e fall 1 1Q
Q U ualit 1 Ity y i renovating home at Butlers ButlersFamily of your yourFamily I I I IP
Family trade our ourtabes i iI
PaInts P aints I specIalty AU reUa V VOils
ble hi paints and fin finI
J
01 Oils
1 S I tabes at FAVORA FAVORAcrciill FA VORA VORAStains I IStains
BLE PRICES PRICESE7Call PRICESI
Stains
I crciill or orW phone phoneW phonew
W H BUTLER CO I IPhons
60709 C CSt St N NW W S33 S33ATLANTIC M1751 Phons
J JATLANTIC
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS HOTELSHOTEL HOTELSHOTEL BOTELSHOTEL
HOTEL JACKSON JACKSONAdjoining JACKSONActiob
Adjoining Actiob Dc Boardwalk and Steel Pier Ekntor EkntorBeautiful E1eratofJkslltUul EletwRecistifut
Beautiful DeW cafe cal J H IL GORMLEY GORMLEYTHE GORYLEYTHE GORMLETTIlE
THE RICHMOND RICTIMOSTDKentucky RICIrlOlcDKeotucU RICHMONDKeOtWkY
Kentucky are uel1nt First bouse from Boardwalk Oceaa OceaaTien OceeaTier
new rooms Center of all attractions Modem IBU IBUpratemecu 1m 1m1V lmproveetti
pratemecu EJentor ieratae Bathiae a ntra frs hotel Rite Riteand RiteS RiteSsod
and 1V booklet t on request t MOUBI3 8lfRfL L L JOHNSON JOHNSONATLANTIC JOUNIONrroprietor i ilroprletor
lroprletor lroprletorI lroprletorHOTEL rroprietorHOTEL
I
HOTEL OSTEND OSTENDATLA
ATLANTIC ATLA TIO CITY N NJ NJDirectly J JDtrectlr JDirectly
Directly oo Boardwalk occupying < ccug < CUPliot irbote y ybe Wocfc WocfcDMCA
1 be DMCA M heat Capacity 1gaett reit S88L 5 Open aH I y peer t 1 Lars Larsate La LaaiI Lsr Lsrshy
ate aiI rooBM with 1th unobitnotad Tfcnr w ef r fuatberu ocean oceanotttnera 0CMnIIJIithem
IIJIithem otttnera Pi xpowe e hot and enM sea water la n bath baths bathsSe1Iih bethSecober bathSeptember
September Se1Iih < < special Sptdai low ow rate ntee 3t SUt and on sp dilly dailrAmerican dall dalloUtfricao dillyAamcan
American plan Weekly concetona Indncemanta to toGrand toGrud toGrand
Grand Army Veterans rana during encampment Eltctrkj EltctrkjemcbM E1CCtz1aCllMcbN giectyteeecbee
emcbM New W photo booklet > t D P RAUTCR RAUTCRHOTEL RAHTERGALEN ILtIITERGALEN
GALEN HALL HALLHOTEL
HOTEL AND SANITARIUM AtIant
8R 8ROwter GNJ GNJOwtn J J01dIIe
Owter Owtn tn oar Tonic and CuratIve Baths Baths oar de deBant ei eipDt dont >
pDt nt comfort and exceptional nceptio al taw and nd service va vaare nare weire
are always aIws buiy bus busF
T L YOUNG OtNG Geeeral Ge ent Man ManAlways Maaqe aDage
IDfonaati lufcesmttonMr DMr Poaterepposte cter 0W0Me Willant hotel lIoteLHOTEL hotelHOTEL
HOTEL ARLINGTON ARLINGTONAIwQs
Always open ope tL Si Sleda1 cial Fall ate Comfortable ComfortableK
ham R J O3BORNE Sc SON SONlargest SONLargest OS OSLargest
largest Morning Circulation CirQu1 tion
I <

xml | txt