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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, FRIDAY. MARCH 21. 1913. Woodward New York W A5HINU 1 ON Paris. Easter Cards, Booklets and Novelties,. Main Floor, 11th Street Easter Toys and Novelties, Fourth Floor, 11th Street EASTER SALE OF Sample Novelty Jewelry Thousands of Rich and Beautiful Pieces Offered At Exceptionally Low Prices. 8,000 pieces, 5,000 pieces, 1,000 pieces, e closed out a New York Importer's Sample Line of Xo el ties from Paris, Austria, and Germain, consisting in all of 14,000 pieces charming decoratie things and practical pieces just now at the height of their demand A great (lucidity of designs and beautiful colorings. Pieces of sterling silver and gold filled; ex quisite settings of semi-precious stones: enameled and jet jewelry. A Very Large Assortment of Moderately Priced Pieces. Friday Special in Cretonnes. For immediate clearance we hac selected a number of pat terns in good qualin of cre tonnes and marked them at greatly reduced prices. In cluded arc ends of lines, discon tinued designs, &c. About 000 arda in the entire lot, ranging from 10 to 30 arils to the piece Light and dark effects 12 ..c d Were 2oc, 30c, and .I.")C I- lli floor-, m Furniture Department. 1 lot MnKl1 Wordrobes. solid oak. ii omnioddte wearing apparel with space at bottom for shoes and at top for hats c Suitable for hotel, boardinp-house, or office IUduted from til 10 to 75 each ' Quartered O lk Armchairs cane seats, suitable for dinibK-room or office Reduced from Jl 50 to tl S5 each 1 i-ulid .MnluiK.inv Rocker. Men back wood seat and inn- Re duced from J17 50 to Jli 65 1 Rocker and Armchair to nulch solid maliosranj with Eenulne leath er seats, substantially constructed Reduced from JH 00 to tS 95 each 1 Morris Chair of Early English oak hair-filled cushions and steel spiral spring seat Reduced from tl- j to j";n 1 Ilistincs Dininc Tihle. solid mahosTan. with pedestal base s. In Ii top and s-ft extension Re duced from $15 0(1 to $57 50 1 Mahosran Colonial Buffet, lone linen drawer and partitioned sller drawer wooden knobs IUduted from $70 On io t is 1 Reduced from $ on to tl 5o each 4 Card Tables, with felt and leatherette tops fold compacts Reduced from tl.7 to $1 95 each. Special Sale of Women's Undermuslins at 50c. The remarkable worth of these garments can be seen at a glance, the materials are alxnc the average, the making is the best, and the varietv of sales and trimmings is most pleasing Choice of any of the following garments at 50c: tSOWNs. of cuilbric and muslin in seeral high and low nei L st les, with long and short viHIes, trim med with embroider, beading and ribbon COJIBI.N TIOs nf nainsook trimmed with lace or embroider, beading and llbbon. ome wltii back and fioni vf all-oer embrojderj. ORsET COVERS of cambric and nainsook low round netk and hlouse front annual, trimmed with lacs and fine mbroid rle T IPl 11 1 HTMllll 4 Fish Product that Will Whet Your So many relishing ways in which these ap petizing sea foods jnay be prepared that you can have an entirely new dish almost every day. We are agents for the highest grade imported and do mestic brands of KIPPERED HERRING, SOUSED MACKEREL, MACKEREL IN OIL, MACKEREL IN TOMATO SAUCE. In flavor and nutritive qualities, these products are all that lovers of good eating could desire. Pre pared scientifically to preserve the natural palate pleasing taste and combined with just the proper amount of condiments. IMPORTERS OF FINE GROCERIES AND TABLE DELICACIES. G. G. CORNWELL & SON, Inc., kVou" 1415-1417 H St. N. W. Phones Main 87S-876-877-S78 DURESCO FLOOR PRESERVATIVE. E. STEWART, 1st & H Sts. & Lothrop, 25c to $1.00 $1.25 to S2.00 $2.25 to $5.00 Silk Waist Department :13 Silk and Chiffon Waists, in the newest sUles; broken size Reduced from $8.73, $10 00, and $12 30 to $5.75 each. 10 Mescaline Satin Waists. Reduced from $3 73 to $3 95 each 11 HIack Mcssahnc Waists. Reduced from $3 50 to $2 95 each. Third nnr-. M Women's Suit Department 10 Women s Sample Coat Suits, new spring stles ot serge Bedford cord homespuns and English pop lin, in the leading sh ides Regular SJ9 "0 and IS 00 garments. speeiall priced at JJ5 00 each 10 Sample Spring Suits of eponge. whipcord s rge and Bedford cords. strlctl tiilortd and fancj soles. In the leading shades such as pink, tan light blut and nan Regularlv $3". 00 to SIT Vi. speciallj priced at JJ'l -.0 inch 7 Tailored fulls, of serges and hex lots, in brown and gra ef fects, sizes 14 to "ft Reduced from U"i on to fk "". f ach 1 Two-toned Klue Coat Suit, sirictlx tailored size 34 Reduced from J."i io to Jin 7". 1 HI irk Broadcloth Co-it Suit, size 34 Rtduced from $3"i 00 to Jls 75. Thinl nunl. St. Friday Special in White Goods. Seasonable new white materi als at specially low prices. 1,000 ards 3fi-ini.Ii Sheer Chcckul Lawn, suitable for dresses, waists and underwear: regularh 23c. Special price, 12'jc ard. 1,000 ard- Fancj Figured' and Plaid Muslin, sheer and crj desirable: 27 inches wide; regularly 20c. Special price 12V$c janl Nronl fliior Ucrroth t rilEMIsts of nainsook trimmed with lice or cmbrolder. beading and tibbon LONO PETTICOATS of cambric. torn with plain tuckd flounce, others tucked and trimmed with laee insertion and deep embroider. SHORT PETTICOATS ot crepe, ambrfc and nainook. trimmed with embroiderx. ruffles and laces Appetite 'TRADE MARK1 Bakinc Powder 25 CENTS A, POUND SUPERIOR TO ANT OTHER YOU CAN BUT AT ANY PBIGK Mrs. Wilson spent a quiet day yester day, taklnc no part In social affairs, hut spending much time In the balmy air walking and motoring. Miss Jessie Wood row Wilson, who went to Philadelphia and New York several das ago, returned to Washington last night. Miss Margaret Wilson went oier to Philadelphia jesjerday, returning to the White House last evening. A committee composed of women prominent In Congressional and club life are making plans to give a breakfast on April 5 at Rauschers In honor of airs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the President. Mrs Thomas Marshall, wife of the Vice President: Mrs Champ Clark, wife of the Speaker, and the wies of the Cabi net officials. Mrs. John W. Kern will be the toast mlstriss at the breakfast, which will be sened it U 30 o'clock It will be fol lowed b an illustrated lecture on the Historic Uhlte House" A reception will follow, when Mrs. Wilson and the other guests of honor will be introduced to those imltixt to meet them Mrs btccn B A res. wife of former Repiesentathe Ares. is chairman of the committee on arrangements, and Miss Nannie Randolph Heth Is also taking a prominent part in making the event a success Miss LM-de Downing and her father. Mr. A C Donning. left Washington for New York jesterdaj. where thi will remain for the Easter holida s The engagement or Miss Josephine V hlt nev and Mr. Francis H Dmenfck, of New "iork. is nnnotinced Miss Whitney Is the daughter of Mrs Henrj M Whit ne and the niece of Mrs Ucnrj K IMmock Mr and Mrs Lton Uradlev hae gone to New ork, where tlu-v will spend Kaster with their ton-li-liw and daugh ter, the He. Herbert snipman and Mrs. fahlpman A sale of smart spring hits it reason able priies will be held bj the bt John's branch of the Girls' Frlendlj Society to morrow from 10 oe'lock lru the morning until 6 In the evening, at ht Johns parish hall blxteuith and II streets Mrs Etha Petterson (Jrlffln was hostess at a delightful dance list night at the residence of her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs Theodore Tiller, of Chey Chae The dince was glen In honor of Miss Goldsmith of Hlrmlnghim Ala Among thoe lnitod to mtet her were Misa Nell Fletcher. Miss Jan tte Ares. Mls Clara lMxon. Miss Jene Holn.ron M)ss Pipper, Miss Helen Ooldsmlth. Miss Uttle .Mlrs s,erle. Miss Noes, Mis Kllirlio Mr and Mr Hughes. Mrs llonill Cobb Krwln. of Atlanta. Miss Noes and Messrs Noble, Green Sheppard Drew, Mather Mutz .sink. Holland, hramMSlk. Won, Galloup. Welch, Reviro, and Tiller Mrs Stevens Vail, who ins been spend ing the wlntr In AHin N r, his retuniMl to Washington lor th Kaster season and is stopping at the Hotel Gnitton with her Joung daughtitr. Mts Alice .til Mrs Charles W. Richardson will open her residence 1317 Connecticut Aenue, on Tuesday, April 1, at S 30 oc'ock. on which date a musicale will be given for the benefit of the lan guage class room at the Young Wom- n s Christian Association. Mr and Mrs Huntington Wilson .ill sail for Kurope on April 1" Mr Roger A IVrbx will be his' brother's best man it the marriage of Miss Kthel Carew Roosevelt and Dr. Richard Derbj. which will take place on April 4 at the little church at , Ovster Ha. I -one Island The ushers I will be Mr Jam s I- Derb. another brother. Mr Archibald C Roosevelt, brother of the bride. Mr Ntlson F. i Hosert, of Foston, Dr Henrj James, I Mr John C Vtitrrhur). and Mr Kd- mund P Rogers, of New ork Miss i Cornelia London will be one of Mis I Roosevelt s atftndants. but the others have not been selected A reception i will follow the ceremony at the home of the bride s parents. Col and Mrs Theodore Roosevelt, Sagamore Hill, near Ojster Bav. Mrs Teresa Dean and her son, Capt. Warren Dean, were hosts at an in fornnl dinner last night at the let ter's qu irters at Fort Mver. amons their guests hting- the Commandant of Fort Mver and Mrs Joseph Gar rard. Capt and Mrs George C Ber nard, and Lieut, and Mrs Gordon Johnson. Miss Iila Harrison, daughter of frs George F Harrison, will leave Washington todav for West Point, after which he will visit friends in Niw Iork Clt and Harrisbnrg. Pa fche will return to Washington on April 2. On Mnndij evening. April 7. a bene fit performance for the George Wash ington I'niversitv Hospital will be given at the Columbia Theater, when Miss Mav Robson will appear In her successful plav, "A Night Out." Tht man) Wash ingtomans interesttd in the fin wo-k of the hospital and the board of lad) managers are doing their utmost to mike the occasion a great success Tick ets cm be procured from Mrs K G Seihcrt. U17 Nineteenth Street, or from anv members of the boafd of ladv man ageis . Capt Douglas McArthur, son of the late Maj Gen. McArthur, L P A. will succeed Capt. I". S Grant, third. U S A , as superintendent of the State. War, and Navy Building Capt. McArthur, who Is stationed at the Washington Bar racks, resides with his mother, Mrs. McArthur, at 1SI1 Sixteenth Street. Among the prominent W ashlngtonians who have purchased boxes and seats to witness the 'flower festival' given for the benefit of the Diet Kitchen, on March X. In the "great hall ' of the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edson Brad ley, are Mrs. Henry F. Dimock. Mrs George Vanderbllt, Mrs Slater. Mrs. Robert Patterson, and Mrs. Franklin MacVeagh The remaining seats may be secured by application to Miss Gwjnn, 1710 N Street. Incidentally it ma be mentioned that the price of the ticket also includes a dainty supper and that general dancing will follow the pro gramme. The programme which will open the evenings enjoyment consists of a min uet, a barcarolle, by Miss Amies; a dance of the flowers, daisies and jon quils, Mendelssohn's "Spring Song," by Miss Fomey; a flower quadrille, men and girls; a minuet. "Baccharini;" the "Spring Song," by jonquils and violets, and a surprise which Is called "The Coming of Spring." One of the larg-st and most fashion able teas this season was held under the auspices of the Sunshine Society Tuesday afternoon In the ballroom ot the Raleigh Hotel The tables were decoitited with cut Mowers and candelabra. The annual sliver tea and musicale was given to found a scholarship for a blind child who Is the protege of the society. There were over ,,500 representatives from diplomatic, official, and residential society. Those In the receiving line assisting Mrs. ElUi S. Knight, .president of ,the Sunshine Society, were Mrs. Mathew T. Scott., president general. D. A. R.; Mrs. Stev en B A) era, pi esldent National Dem ocratic League; Mrs. W. E. Andrews, president Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs. Henry Coudn. Mrs George L. Peckham, Mrs rhllander Claxton. Mrs Rob Roy McKahan. Mrs. Thalbert Al ford, Mrs. Helen Nelson Doocy, Mrs Howard I.. HodgKlns, and Mrs. A. B Lac, of Philadelphia. Those presiding over the table were Mrs. Sand ford Tavlor, Mrs. Theresa A. Williams, Miss Helen Grandfield. assist ed by Miss Leila Howard, Miss Mildred Wise. Miss Margaret Peckham, Miss May Blglon. Miss Isabella McGee, Miss Kve In Emlg. Miss Gladls Emlg. Miss Rein hart. Miss Helen T. Doocy, Miss Eurlce James, and Mrs. Richard Gasch. Those who contributed to the musical programme were Mr. and Mrs. Hartslll, accompanist, Mr. Fulton B. Carr, Mrs William I Reed. Miss Richie Mclean. Mr. Arthur Simpson. Miss Mary Sherier. Mrs W. J. Cawthon, accompanist; Mrs F. M. Jackson, Mrs Mar) Sltz Parker, Mrs Mlhelle D Llndse), accompanist, and Miss Ardelle Moore Mrs Bella M. Truhv, Mrs Cattna. and Mis Rell Vin Ness presided over the silver bowls The presentations were made b Mr. Frank L. Peckham, assisted by Mr. Leroy K Reed The annual Dixie bill of the Robert K Lee Chapter, No S4I. V. V C, for the benefit of the Confederate Memorial Home, will be held nt the New Raleigh Until, Thursda). April 17 The Indies' Club of the Washington baengerbund will give its annual dance at the clubhouse, 3H C Street Northwest, Easter Morula) evening at S o'clock. The ladles In charge are Mrs. LInzb ich. Mrs A Schwarz, Miss O Lossan. Mrs Sehaf fert. Miss K Llnzbach, and Miss E Schwarz A delightful event took place on Mon di) last when Col and Mrs Simon La Fa) ette Rommers celebrated their golden wedding annlversar) at the Melwood apartments Both Col and Sir faommers are descendants of the oldest Virginia families, and were born In Alexandrn Count). Col Sommers was count) sur ve)or for man) )ears. and served in the engineer corns of Gen. Lee s arm) until the close of the war. He then went to Macomb. Ill . in charge of the Southern and Western properties of the late W. W. Corcoran, of this tit), and man lged this Mate for some thfrt)-tle )e.irs, when he retired and returned siiortl) afterward to his old home, Alexandrii Count) The Kjsition of iount) survoor was somingl) heredltwr) In the Sommers famil), having been held by Col bora mi rs father and grandfather, the last mintloneil having succeeded Gen. George Washington in tint rapaiit). Mrs Soinmrrs is the daughter of th late ript Charles A Newton, of the onfederate navv, and niece of the lite Lieut Colville J Minor, of the United states arm Owing to the advanced age of Col Som mers eight)-nin vears. tile event was lebrated qufetl), onl) thi members of bis Immedi ite famll) being prebent. in- luding his son-in-law and his daughter, Ir and Mrs John Ii Hull of Cleveland. Ohio Mr.' Heale R Howard and Mi's M. B dams are spending a few da)s at the Hotel W alcott, in New York Cit) rs C Mb. rt Whit., president of the lMstrlit of Columbii n-cllon of the Woman- Nation il Democratic Leigue. will inttrtain at a Dcmocntic tea Lasf-i Mondav iftirnoon at the Northumberland from 3 until ft o clock All members ol the league and their friend? are cordially invited to be pre-ent A number of ad dresses will be made during the afternoon Mr William D Hoover and her daugh ter are optndlnc i few da)s at the Hotel Dennis, at Atlantic Cit). N J. Mrs II P Mclnto-h and Miss Mcintosh will not receive this afternoon, but will be at home Informal!) on Friday after noon March '. for the last time this -eason Urmia! to Trent llilldrcn Free. The District Dental Association has submitted a plan to Health Officer W ood ward wherebv the teeth of l) chlllren ma) be cired for each )ear without cost. Larh member of the association has of fered to care for the teeth of at least two children without cost for one )ear. and several hive offered to care for more v card will be Issued b) the Health Depirtment to the child, which will allow him to take advantage of the offer Easter Flowers Delivered Anywhere Our facilities for shipping and deliv ering orders in good condition out of the city are. unequaled, as we have bases of supply in New York City as well as here. Superb Blooming Plants of every wanted variety, also Orchids, Violets, Roses, Gardenias, and all other cut flowers. New York Easter Novelties that are exclusive with Small. ARTISTIC WEDDING DECORATIONS. J. H, SMALL & SONS Phone Main 158. Washington: Corner 15th and H. ARMY FLYERS MAKE NEW ALTITUDE MARKS Reports from Wintec Quarter Re ceived Here Show Good Work Being Done. NEW MEN ARE ASSIGNED Reports of exceptionally good work be ing done by the army aviators at the winter aviation camps located at North Island, near San Diego. Cal , and the mobilization camp at Galveston, Tex., have been received b) Brig Gen. Scrlven, chief signal officer of the ami). Lieut Thomas DeWItt Milling. fi)ing a 70-horsepow er Renault Burgess tractor, with Lieut. Sherman as a passengir. flew from Galveston to Houston and return, it total distance of ninet) miles. Lieut Milling circled the city of Houston and passed through two rainstorms during- the flight. Lieut Harr) Graham, with Lieut. Call as a passenger. Hew over approximately the same course In a Burgess machine equipped with a 4o-horscpower Sturtevant motor. They covered a distance of about eight) miles In two hours Lieut Klrkland. in a t)pe C, with Sergt Idzarlk as passengir. started out to cover the same course, but after cov ering about fort) -five miles of the dis tance was forced to land, owing to a heavy rainstorm. On all of the flights the officers made sketihes and reports of the countr) passed over on the trip Equal activity is reported at the Curtis camp at North Island, near San Diego Lieut Park made a cross-eountr) flight of thirty miles, passing over the city of San Diego at a height of 3,000 feet Lieut McLear) made a cross-countr) flight to LaJolla and return at a height of 5.70 fett This is the altitude record for that locality Lleuts Park. McLear). Brere ton, and Geiger have qualified for their expert aviator's licenses Four additional officers have been de tailed for Instruction to the army avia.lon squad The) are Licuts Walter Talia ferro. Fred Se)del. who will Join the Wright iviators at Galveston, and Lleuts. Rex Chandler and Joseph Car berry, who have been assigned to the Curtis school at San Diego These ap pointments were made )esterda) by Gen criven, after the reports of the long overland flights made at the two tamps had been received The reports received at the department Indicate that all of the rookies detailed to the aviation squad Just before the) entered winter quarters have made rapid progress and have all won their pilots Ikense No arrangements 'hive been made at the War Department relative to the re turn of the aviators to the College Park station Gen Scriv'en feels that It is a bit too earl) for them to return here, as the weather Is too uncertain The offi cers at the winter camps are enthusias tic over them, and report almost perfect climatic conditions for fl)tng. DISTRICT SCHOOLS CI0SE. t:nater llollilnv srnsnn Opened Ilrrf i eslrrdnv. YeMcrdav marked the last dav of school before the Easter holidavs for all tho schools in the District Exercises were held at some of the schools At Frankbn a tjplcal Easter 'bunn)' roamed through the corridors at will The majorit) of private schools also closed down fur the Easter season )etcr da) Following Its annual custom, the Friends select School closed In order that Its pupils and teachers ma) observe Good Frlda) and the Easter naon The oftUers of Companies I J and L were formal!) pre-ented with their commis sions )esterda) at Western High School. The) weie Capt Cliude Roberts. First Lieut Jni. ph Scbaifer, and Second Lieut Ile)W iril siddons of Companv L. and Capt Lr'lk Burllngame, First Lieut Her bert Schneider and Second Lieut Ra) mond Bell of Companv II Gen Crozler. representing the War De partment m ule the presentations Night schools of the District were forced to close for the remainder of the season )cste-dav becaue of Insufficient funds for longer conducting them Tins meins that t.of) men, women, bo)s, and girls are forced to put awav their books and postpone further stud) until the Dis trict government can ifford to give them the wlshcd-for instruction Congress appropriated J-"0 CX for the ex penses of night schools during the pres ent fiscal vear Of this amount J17-TJ is for salaries and Ji'iOO for contingent expenses Owing to the large attendance, all this mono has been expended v bure vviiibiiuiii IsOli I OU3e (lie Bsirm nun a iui ui ua.i- gerous habit-forming drugs Physicians everywhere are now prescribing HolTs ijCOJOD DCIUIILA, ilia hW.-M&okiu u..fc -lwaer. Ail ui ukkibis sen it. New York: Waldorf-Astoria and 1 153 Broadway. CoM Mitrt.f wmwm.mi Lm tit mCBOUBM Tm A whiff ot an Indisn Gar den 'f fragrance comet to the tables of the Western World with ) Ridgways Tea Its (trenfrth makes it go fur ther than any other tea. Ii. n. Karnabatv A. Bros., Distributors. 25 years of active service in the musical circles of the National Capital. Secretary of the National Assn. of Piano Merchants of America. A stock of Pianos, Sheet Music, Talking Machines, &c, sufficient for all your needs. Prices and terms always the best and most accommodating. A courteous and prompt service at all times. Are some of the main reasons upon which we solicit your patronage. Percy S. Foster, Mason & Hamlin and Other High-grade Pianos, 1330 G Street Geo. C.AItemus Weir.ake a specialty ' ' of Strictly Fresh Fish Every Day Rock, Perch, Halibut, Bass, Potomac Shad, Spanish Mackerel, Fresh Salmon, Smelts, Fresh Shucked Oys ters. Fresh Laid Eggs, 22c doz. GEO. C. ALTEMUS 292014th St.N.W. Phose Col. 548. 2440 18th St.N.W. Phone Col. 3830. r - " laSaMAfeTlgMnt. A. AUMigfc-a onf Jfr jrria? Order Trial Packagt PlYlA VI TO-DAY! HUKlO B I MUSTARATED I CAMPHOLINE Is the twentieth cnturr substitute for the old time mustard piaster. Won't blister. 25c a Jar. Drug Shops. MElEMIE SYSTEM CLEANSEItS A tab let easy to take, that quickly cleanses the system otall im purities TEN CENTS A BOX. DlIllEfGjniSlOJWJlPjlAjlNjlY, 4th Street and Mass. Avenue. AMUSEMENTS. Dulin & Martin Co. Brassware Fern Dishes Flower Baskets Jardinieres, &c. FLOWERS and Ferns-are displayed to advantage in artistically wrought brassw are. It also igives a finishing touch to the dec orative scheme of any part of the home. Our stock in cludes a great variety of pieces, "especially for flowers and ferns. Hammered Brass Jardinieres. With three ball teft. 7-inch size, each I.oo 10-Inch size, each si.vt l'-'-lnch size, each $2.50 Brass Flcnvcr Baskets. Artistic Holders for cut flowers. Trice?. 50c. 91.00. 1.3o, tZSi Tivo Brass Fern Dish Specials. Choice, $L00 8-inch size: artistic shape, nlth pottery fern pan. Ijk. 8-lnch size, perforated side, with copper Inside dish, 91.00. Dulin & MartinCo. Pottery, Porcelain, Cblaa. Glaaa, ' Silver, Ac. 1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St. Elk Grove The Butter for all the fam ily, all the time. PUKE DELICIOUS. GOLDEN & COMPANY WHOLESALERS OMI 922-928 Louisiana Avenue AMUSEMENTS. CLOSE! HOLY WEEK. rmiTOrin .NhXT UhtK-hEATi NOW hELUVi Th Nwr Ln PrwUdnj: Onnrny. Jcaeph I. liickerton, Jr, Matlipdc Director. Present "THE LOVE LEASH Bj Aznx btw IEichinLcn and Zdroocd lieee. fctajfd br Kn Tea!, irtth GRACE FILKINS U1 Jehu Flood Lee Kohlittr. Ihx Kremtw. JewiM EuUpp nn Meredith Isabel Richards. and Hwaci" MitctolL SSSi4eB28TRgKIMAXPAUER rickrt. Ji $1 j0 51 rw-. it T Arthur smith 5. 132" K t. ander A Stayman i NOX McCAIi TRAVEL LECTURES OS IXXK Sun.lnT Rvr.at 8.1.. TUNIS and till JIonda llnt.nt -t iw SAHARA ET 2.-.C i AkmRimIKA TO-NIGHT inl ml r 1..1. s- w m f Sat ttirt SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER" With mcirai N 1" can of disticsnlahed plajers. WHITESIDE In THE TVniOON Th Best Stock Company in Amrlca the rorui.iR FOI.I FLAlEnS, I "THE PASSING OF THE THIRD FLOOR BACK" milv Matln'M Fxcept Monday. Next Tiefk .'THE COLLEGE WIDOW" polite vaudeville IHUbDRrlT A Miu-ni.vro l MIMbVTAKa ROYAL COMEDY CO LtU iirjaD IIct Sumner A C, Jraet it H.VsrR AH rhi ItcnTitlftil FUr AMELIA BINGHAM & CO Itretunng Jnan ot rc In Hts Mora:t4 t From rirnt llij s. J Other Stcllir NotIUes mvtinee siTunnY. THE DAUGHTER OF HEAVEN Hj l'lrrra Lot! and Judith Gii.U.r. With VIOLA ALLEN. NEXT MRS. WEEK ClCIfC iEn.-T. SUIS SEUIK3 In THE HIGH ROAD ACADEMY jS:5rn2,&te- Mttinevs Tne.. Than, and at. COHAN A. imntlb PRODrCTlON Or The Fortune Hunter First Tucff at IVpuIir Vricm Eatcr Utek-'THE WHITE SLUE.' THE DANDY GIRLS lCTOr.H FODIt-SlN01G Ot'KTFT. MLLh. ItONO-IN MslONS I)b ALT Big Country Store Jo-night GAYETY tor Two lVtfonnarxres Dailj nLUTCII COOl'LKS ' bHOW "BEAIH.YOITH, and FOLLY" Wth Tom McKae i "mokr" la "THE BLUE ROSE" Watttmna TrocideTT. Largest Morning Circulatiom. .