The Mas'? ?tere?Official ?rather
D. J. Kaufman, Inc.
1SSS Pa. Ave. SIS 17th St.
rrotcrtieo fi.T household furniture mod
ckxhir.? c-nets $2.30 for fl.000 per year. Throe
yeo? for two premium*. Loner or wn*Ihr
?olio*-? ?ritto?. Don't U?-* tbe risk of lumi
l*Vo*--. r*ll or write me today.
Itomi* ?Vrrire Liberei Adjustment*.
JOHN A. PETTY,
UJi Sem York Afe. l'taone Mein MISS.
?I l>HRK AXYTHISG."
?' CURES POJES ~-**?
The Oaly latevaal Resaedy
?S SOe and St.oo ?he Baa
Sold br AU. DRUGGISTS
Or sent by mail oa receipt of price.
Pilocura Co., Wash., D. C.
A Delightful Season
OLD POlf COMFORT
?ODER*? STEEL? STEAMER?
Leave Ws.kisilss.SlSS P.M.
Ar. Old Pain? (?alert, St.1? A.M.
Arrive Norfolk.8tSS A.M.
City Tlrke? Office.
731 13th Street N. W.
NORFOLK ? WASHlSf.TOX
II?are: S AM. ?a 8 P.M.
Dr S. ?. Johnston
9th and G SU. N.W. (2d floor)
Velati Bids. Pheae Mala Uli,
' cienes, '?iitches, Jewelry
South Lad of BifSwhj Bridf
l.-?la-a? Traasaeted Baelaalvely
Take essa art 13th ?treet aad
Peeaeylvaala iveaae far aeath
?ad ef Hlsher r urlate, raro Se
Reflects the Heat Like
Six Sizes on Hand
c uiinniuAu &
1204 on G St.
616 on 12th St.
D.C. LOW WAGE
Workers Tell Congress
What It Means to Live
On $60 a Month.
How can a Government clerk with
a wife to ?upport live on' }.0 a
month In these dar? of abnormal
Thia was but one typical queatlon
asked of the Senate Committee on
Education and Labor at a hearing
yesterday on the Nolan minimum
vase hill at which more than
dosen Government employe? testi
fied. The bill proposes to set fi a
dar as the minimum living wage for
J. A Margen, a special police
man In the Post Office Department,
deposed that he was onlr getting a
S(0 ?alary?SSO with the preaent
bonus?and that he had a wife to
He wa? then asked If he ever wa?
financially able to go to the
"If we want to see the movies we
go look in the ahop windows." was
his grim reply.
Mrs. Myrtle McAvoy stated for 700
women getting less than SS at the
Government Printing Office that she
found it Impossible to get along with
her three children. 3 to 7 years old.
on the S25 weekly her husbanM
B. L. Balderson. of the Govern
ment Printing Office, stated he tried
vainly to make enda meet for hia
wife, two children and himself, on
$3.19 a day, bonus Included.
Other witnessea Included Miss
Nora James, Mrs. Sarah Henry. Mrs.
Mary Provost. Mrs. Jesse Proctor,
Mrs. Mary Naughton. all of the Bu
reau of Engraving and Printing; E.
N. Morria. of the District Govern
ment, and Miss Florence Mortimer,
of the Grade Teachers' Union.
Estimates show that out of the
104.000 employes who would benefit
from the Nolan bill proviso. 27.000
get less than SS a day.
Navy Yard News
, Raymond Croes, of tbe tool shop,
?bought a 1919 Harley-Davidson motor
I cycle from Cart Hauser of the same
shop. Ray had the misfortune of In
juring his hand in a bad spill the flrst
C Rlggs, of the store house, has re
turned from his vacation spent in
Philadelphia with a party of friends.
C. A. Paige, of the breech mecha
nism shop, enjoyed a trip to Harpers
Ferry in his new car.
W. F. La ne. of the radio shop,
bought a new home in Ijyattsville. He
is to move on the flrst.
Will Meyer, of the east gun carriage
shop, returned Thursday after a few
George Watts, of the boiler shop.
.-Marts his vacation Saturday, which
wit] be spent in Western Maryland.
Will price, of the tool shop, has been
released from work for a few days, so
as to properly attend to a sprained
Guy Davis, of the miscellaneous
shop, has obtained a new trombone on
which he will entertain in the near
H. Stewart, of the torpedo tube shop,
has returned to work from an enjoyed
vacation spent with relatives in Balti
Five new lathe? are to be Installed
in the new gun shop for the use of
the pack bit division.
Henry Ball, of the broadside mount
shop, is enjoying a vacation which
has been needed for quite a while for
the benefit of his health.
Pat Murphy, of the tool shop, has
returned to work after a few days* ill
J. Dove, of the coppersmith shop, is
on a motor tour which will extend to
Boston and back.
Stoll Leases Studio.
Capt. Frederick F. Stoll announce?
thst he has closed a lease covering a
period of two years for the Lincoln
-Studio, Grantwood, N. J.?Capt. Stoll
is the author of the ten-part photo
play entitled "Determination." and tm?
closing of this lease means that actual
work on the production of this great
human-interest story', the estimated
cost of which is $SOO.0W>, will commence
In the near future.
M yra. aat te
slip er drop.
Original Cost, $ao.oo
Now $10.00 ?t
COLUMBIA DENTIST, Inc.
COR XIXTH et D STS. XW.
Kntranee Saate aa Straad Theater
?ira aat tke treat ae asse. Set tha
THE ANDERSON PRINTERY
(Bsralty Savia?. Baak Bids.)
1407 N. T. Are., 1st Floor, Rear
Ahsolut?y, Safe ? >G0
sr All uranista ?
?GULATO? CO. Harr. ?-O. atu-???.
r* Always the
?When you consider the fact that Auth's
Pork Products are the choice of thousands
of hs-stisewrves there can be but one con
clusion?they are the best.
?At All Leading Grocers
N. AUTH PROVISION CO.
623 D St. S. W.
ROYALTY GOES UNDER THE FALLS
Niagara Falls.?The King and Queen of Belgium found huge
enjoyment in their visit to Niagara Falls. They donned the
rubber suits and big slipovers for their feet and went down into
the Cave of Winds along with the other tourists. And, of course,
the photographers "got" them. Here they are.
MRS. W. S. REYBURN
SUES FOR DIVORCE
The sensational love affair of Will
lam S. Hoy burn, of Philadelphia, ion
of the late Mayor Reyburn. Is again
before the public.
Mra. Georgia Fontaine Reyburn. the
pretty Washington society girl for
whom he fought a bare-knuckle duel
in a Capitol elevator with the son of |
a Senator, is suing for divorce.
Tho ?suit was brought in the Superior
Court in New London. Conn., and Mrs.
Reyburn charges intolerable cruelty,
citing an Instance when she says he
choked her and threatened to shoot
her and her mother.
Mrs. Reyburn entered claim.? for the
possession of their two chil-Aen, five
and six years old. and nlimo.iy, but
lat'T withdrew the pleas.
She left him on December 26, she
aaid. after such an occurrence In her
bedroom after he arrived home
under the Influence of liquor.
Mr. Reyburn first came into promi
nence when, in 1-?1, he wa* elected a
member of the House of Representa
tives to fill out an unexpired term. He
went as a harmony candidate agreed
upon by party factions of the Repub
lican city committee.
Ml advent a.*? the youngest member |
of the House waa followed shortly by
his fistic "duel" with the ?on of Sen
ator Wetmore, of Rhode Island, a
rival for the hand of Miss Maury, now
Mr. Reyburn and Mr. Wetmore had
previously been very warm friends,
but meeting one day in the elevator
of a big Washington office building,
they came to blows. The elevator
made several trips up and down be
fore the quarrel was stopped.
The Rey burns were married In
Washington on June 10, 1911. The
"baby" member of the House was 71
years old at that time. The honey
moon was spent upon Mayor Rey
Women Can Swing the
1920 Vote, She ?Says
The formation of a National Wo
man's Legislative Council to frame
a political program for the fifteen
million women voters of the United
States was urged by Miss Anne Mar
tin, Independent candidate for
United States Senator from Nevada,
at a meeting; of the French Club
Miss Martin said that the women
voters could decide the 1920 elec
tiona If they organized for this pur
pose and forced their own Issues
upon the political parties. Unless
they do this their votes will fall
between the two majority parties
on issues sent out by politicians,
COLDS AND RU
Influenza and Grippa, Like Ordi
nary Coldi, Require Calotab?, the
Purifie?! and Refined Calomel
Tablett Tkat Are Nauiea
leaa, Safe and Sore.
Physicians and druggists claim that
the great epidemic of Influenza has
conclusively demonstrated that the
quickest relief for a cold and the best
preventive of Influenza and pneumonia
is to keep the liver active so that the
digestive organs may be In perfect
condition. For this purpose Calotabs,
the new nausealess calomel tablets.
that are free from the sickening and
weakening effect?. Is the most thor
ough and dependable as" well as ?the
most agreeable laxative.
Calotabs have the special advantage
of not making the patient sick and
weak, as they do not upset the diges
tion and appetite. One Calotab at bed
time with a .swallow of water?that's
all. No salts, no nausea, nor the
slightest Interference with your eat
ing, pleasure or work. Next morning
your ?Mild ha? vanished, yonr liver I?
?ctlve. your system ia purified, and
you tare feeling tin? with a hearty ap
petite for breakfast.
For your protection, Calotab? are
sold only in original sealed packarea.
price So cents. .Sold by all druggists
and your money hack if you are not
delighted with them.?Adv. _
REV. DR. WM. M. MOSS
VICTIM OF APOPLEXY
The Rev. Dr. William Maurice Moss.
M years old, pastor of the Concord
Baptist Church of Christ, Brooklyn,
for the past nine years, and one of
the most prominent colored ministers
in America, died yesterday of apo
plexy. M?? was well known in Wash
ington. Dr. Muss wss born in Spott
sylvanla County. Va., in July. ltfcw.
He was the son of Richard and Maria
Moss, who were owned as slaves by a
Scotchman in the days before the
Dr. Moss received his early educa
tion In the schools of his native
county and then entered the Union
Theological Seminary, now part ot
the Virginia 1'nion University, at
Besides his church work. Dr. Moss
was a member of several publio
spirited movements, among: them the
Urban League, the Howard Orphan
age end the various ministers' con
ferences. In 1913 he was awarded an
honorary- degree of Doctor of Divinity
by his alma mater in recognition of
Dr. Moss will he burled in Virginia
by the side of his father and mother,
on land which his father and older
brothers once worked as sis ves.
His War Record Saves
James V. \"ick. one of Pershing's
doughboys, who served 24 months
with the "Fighting" Firat Division
and was in all the desperate ad
vances made by the Americans, wag
before Judge McMahon in police'
court yesterday charged with intox-1
?cation He explained that he held
a reunion with several of his "bunk- f
ies." and indulged In a little too'
much "liquid enthusiasm." Attorney]
Robert L. Miller voluntarily defend
ed Vick and asked the court to be!
lenient with him.
"All right." Judge McMahon said:
with a smile. "Go home and be a |
good boy. Take his personal bonds
Camden to Carry War
On Public Utilities
Camden, tt. J? Oct. 9?Holding
that city franchises are something
more than a scrap of psper. Mayor
Charles H. Ellis today declared the
city of Camden will carry its case
against the Public Utilities Commis
sion Into the United States Supreme
Court If necessary to have set aside
an order of the commission which
Invalidates the effect of the fran
chise between the Public Service
Railway Company and the city of
Jonas R. sad Ethel S. WUIeox, dot.
Ct.tr]es ?. ?M Kanals V. Weeks, girl
Edward G. sad Besa H. sberburue. boy.
Joseph E. and Msnrsret Shell?., girt.
Ksrl F. snd Vera Rhine, her.
James W. snd Els it. O'Briea. bov.
Hs. ? A aad Tewie Miller, tor.
Yard at. and Ids Mintoo. hoy.
F. Charles E.. and Annie Lengyber, girl.
Claude C. snd Ireos M. King. bo?.
Joseph J. snd Amanda M. Keller, boj.
George H. snd Mary M Heitmnller. tor.
Joseph, r. snd I. dis W. Hill. girl.
F. Roland an? Elda V. Harrison, bn...
lap-Roy snd Nellie I. Geriech, boy.
Clsi.de M. snd Tbereta 1. Degne, giri.
Jemes ?. and Anna A. Duritr, boj
Robert ?. snd Msrie I?. Cummins, girl.
Albert H. and Katherine Cohen, girl.
Albert R. and Mary N. (Tart. tor.
Lerr T. aad Katherine R. Coz. girl.
Christo aad Victoria Brandy, boy.
Bugene V. snd Msry A. Bsfcer. girt.
Herbert and Alberta Sloan, boy.
Thames end Lillian M Shepherd, toy.
Caraell and Annie Payne, tor.
Thomas J. and Nola Peeler, tor.
Krank H. and Blanch P. Peyton, girl.
Vim. H. and Uicinda Powell, girt.
Thomas snd Efcnira Lesr. girl.
Walter snd Gertrude Jackson, boy.
George 1. and Marguerite & Glaseo., boy.
Paul aad Irene Breiten, boj.
Olir? C. and Elisabeth Black, boy.
Thomas L. English, II yean, M B at av.
EJdridg? Magai. 4, ch.ktren'a Hospital
Harry K. Uilaiaa. U. 14"? T st. ...
Sarah ?. nrweil. ?!, the Portland, 14th at.
and Vermont are. nw
Anna BlaisdeU. ee, ?2 E st ne .
Olia E. Ulsdmon, M. 1011 Park road aw.
Clara Poser. 50. W ?th st. ae.
Catherin-? Williams. 1?. 1101 Turner st ae.
Joseph M. Matthews. 54. St. Elisabeth s H.?
G-aae.e Jobneon. 33, ?"? 13th st. av.
Richard DMarsaa, ?. Free-Use? s Hospital
MERGER OF CARS
I - ?_
Relieve Plan Would Increase
Efficiency and Keep
Organised labor of the Bureau of
Engraving and Printing ye?terday
petitioned the District committee
of the Hou??? of Representatives to
Immediately merge the ?Capital Trac
tion and Washington Railway com
panies with a view to Increased
efficiency of operation, to better pub
lic service and to prevent the in
crease of fares.
Specifically, the petition ?asked for
prompt and favorable action on the
Syrne merger bill ' now before the
Hou?? committee. It waa ?Igned
by representatives of Zt labor local*.
Representative ?Carl E. Mapes,
chairman of the Houae District
committee, to whom the petition waa
presented, stated to Edward R. Wil
liam?, chairman of the presenta
tion delegation, that he would re
port the petition to the District com
mittee without delay.
' It waa recommended by Ul? dele
gation that a committee of twenty
two high Federal and municipal offi
cials and prominent busin?*? men
here be called before th? District
Committee to testify In connection
with the propose?! merger plan.
This list Included the Secretary of
War and other prominent government
The petition extol? the Byrne merger
bill ar "tbe most satisfactory plan
that will bring ultimate ?satisfactory
?-??nits to th? people of the District
of Columbia.** ,
The names of those recommended
to be called before the Hou?? Com
mittee arc: C. H. f^vme. Charlea Ba
ker. R. IN. Harper. C. A. Kuts. laouls
Brownlow. W. A. Gardner, W. B.
Westlake. W. Ham, G. E. Hamilton,
William McK. Clayton, Newton D.
Raker. Ben G. Davi?, Department of
State: Paul F. Meyers. Treaaury De
partment ; John C. SchofleM. War
Department: Charlea H. Stewart, De
partment of Justice: F. S. Curtis, Na
vy Department: Kxekiel J. Ayer*. In
terior Department; R. M. Reese, De
partment of Agriculture: E. W. Slb
bey. Department of Commerce; Sam
uel J. Gompers. American Federation
of Labor; H. W. Dorsey. Smithsonian
Institution: and F. H. Bronaugh.
R. S. Robbins to Direct
Community House Drive
R 8. Robbl.i?, president of the
Washington Rotary Club and manager
or Keith's Theater, has accepted the
chairmanship of the executive com
mittee in charge of the drive to be
launched the latter part of this month
ln the interest of the Trinity Com
munity House. Mr. Robbins said yes
terday the namea of prominent Wash
ington business men who will form the
committee will be announced within
a few ?las?
City-wide support of the movement
Is assured by number? of letters re
ceived dally at the headquarter* of
the drive, in the Wyatt Building.
Fourteenth and F etreet? northwest.
A meeting will be held tonight In
the community house. Third snd C
sir ?'?-ts northwest, of fifty ?'omen from
different section.? of the city who will
organise a women'? section of the
"drix'e committee." Plans will be
discussed for canvassing the city for
funds during the three days of the
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Assistant
Secretary of the Navy, announced yes
terday that ho would accept the hon
orary' chairmanship of the Trinity
Community House drive, and In ac
cepting, wrote the following letter to
the Rey. David R. Covell. pa?tor of
H-nrs T. sVr?tzb?????. A. aad Falliti I.
Jt.-??ter. A. Waahineton D G. Th? Be?. Henry
Nubv D Whit*. -?. Fordwkk. Va., aad Grass?
Klixabeth Amir????. Stauotoo, Va. ???? Bev. J.
<.?n*? A. attori?*?. ?. tnd Mirr?r?t Sottie.
'S. WaJm?s-taan. D. C. Th? Re?. J Haney
C"h?i*?s Austin Rtswe. SS. BalUsaras. Md.. and
Man- ntxhuxth William?. 23. Red Sprint?. ?
C Tke gat. William Tavlor Snsdev
Willard Bird??. 1?. La.aaina. Va., and Lila
?: rime?. 24. M iddleburx. Va. Tha Res. J E.
-lohn Albert lUardoo. 3D. taran. Mtxa?. aod
Mary T-isss? Mac Adams. SS. T?k?srr.? Park. Md
Th? Rev Father Jam?? A. fsxnvthe
Henry Bradford. ?. aod Myrtle Ruddath. .T
Washington. D. O. The Rev. Samuel ?
Kar! B. Owing?. A aad Mari* E. C Bisfatal
trr. 1? hot? of Baitimor?, Ud. The Re? Joba
Turner C*?artOB Thfsmpersn. -T. and ?"taartotte
Virgioia PaJro. S?, Waabanxtoa. D. C. The
Rt Rev, J. T. Whelan
?ivl?i?t?T P.teat. S7, and r>? Bank?. E
Arspl? Grove. Va. The Re?. William A. Tarlo?.
David Cvxssvxv. a. Blair, g. C. aad Vnr?
Coghili, tt 8botb?lTuila C-xunty. V? The Be?.
St. 1 Howard.
? Letsre? Dewey Jone?. SI, Barcroft, V?. and
Alice M. Stimrn*m 19, Washiofton, D. C. Th?
Rev. John P. Pink??.
Milton Sauta. SI. aod Mace? Miller. 19.
Wuthiogtoo. D. Ol
?,??t?? W. BOKirosv. A. Deanwoori. D. C,
and Addie Doraev, 27. Baltimore, Md.
FORECAST POR TODAY AND TOMORROW.
I ?.strict of Columbia. Maryland and Virginia:
Partir dotadr and warmer with pr, tut 1? local
shower? today and Saturi??, rraah southerly
LOCAL TEMP ERA TX H E
Midoixfat. s;li m.. M: ? a. av. S4; i a. m..
M; S a. m., 5*. 10 a. m.. S?; v. noon. M; .' p. m-,
LO. ? p. m , 70: 6 p. m., 72; 8 p. m.. 70, 10 p. m ,
66 Herbe?*, 12: lowest. 53?
Relativ* tiumadity?" a. ?x. A; S p. m.. 76; S
p. m., 71; rainfall (> p. m. to ? p m t. trac*:
hour? of kxioahioe. ?5; per cent of Doeable aun
Accumulated excesa of temperature sine* Jan
narr 1, 1***?. S3; excetsa of temperature ance
October 1, 1919. A; accumulated excee? of pre
cipitation sxoce January 1, 1919. .21; excesa of
pm-ipitaUoo alno? October 1. 1919, M.
Temperatura ?same date last year? Highest. A,
Ina, ?t, 37.
Highest prefioua Rain
today, night, 0 pnx. fall.
Atlanta. Ga. m C". 76 0 06
Baltimora. Md. ? M 7? 0.12
Boston. Mam. *M ?2 6*
'-?licsxo. Ill. S> SI 7?
Cheyenne, Wyo. S LLS M _
Darmport, Iowa. ? a 76 IM
D** Moina?, Iowa.. 7* s? t* ?J ?a.
Utiluth. Minn. I g 11 |.|
G?Jvv?-ob, Ita. M m *} ?.M
IndianapoUa. Ind. 7? m :o l.2|
Kansas City. Mo. IS ? 89
Loa Anxetaa, Cal. A A tt
Mesaphia. Taon. M 71 fa Ml
M ob. le. Ala.. H. Tt ?
New York. ?. ?. M ? ?4
Omaha. Neb. ? 54 4t ???
Phoenix. AS?S.. SO 64 se -
Portland. M*. ? ? 14
st. Loua?, m?. ? ? ta ?.M
Sao Kraaefaco. tal. ? ? ?? ...
-prirrtleld, III. ? a A ?M
Vbckataxr?. Mix?. ?. p A -?.?1
Waarunslon. ?. U. ? IS A Tras?
TI Di; TABLE*.
Today-Lew tide. 331 am. aad 3:39 rxm ;
high Ud*, lx? a-m. aad ?a? p.m.
THF! SI'S AND MOON
Today-Sun riaea, 7:!1 ?sa.; otta. 4M ???.
M?BB rts*4. 434 p ta ; ?et?, 7: 2 AOL
Aliti*?? hi!? lampa ?D b? lujhted one half houx
Only Two Day? More
rODAY'S BEST ATTRACTION!
IX WASHINGTON*? FOREMOST THEATERS
- _ MAMAU? F It. at teiti _ _
LAST TWO DATS
With JUANITA HANSEN aad a STAK CAST la
: 4. -.'ITA HANSEN aad a STAK C
Rough Riding Romance
< waaedy, ?llabblla? la Saelety*??Syarhssy?Neera
mm CUMU?1 iKttMM m (.mu uu m?T
-HIS MAJESTY THE AMERICAN??
! Tonight 8?3*. Matinee Tai
Master of Ballantrae
NEXT MONDAY EVE,?SEATS NOW
Tke M.I.V.. ?.?. Serie
By ROY COOFER MEGRl'E
The Year's Most Delightful Comedy
Success, and Direct from a Run
<>f One Solid Year at the
Maxine Kllittt Theater.
New York City.
llOlaj^ Tonight at SdM
l^SHUlVEBT ,., emtmramv
?ft attbactioss M"?? ?umamu
F. Ray Comatock and Morris Gest.
THE LU? NAVY
With Perey Hatehlaaa aad the
l-andea Qaeea'e Theater Cm.
Next Week. Seate New.
A. H. WOODS fresen!, the Joyoas
Aaaerlea'a Beet Faree Comedy.
IM 111 I. ?411 NOW OPEN
FIFTH SEASON OF THE
TEN STAR SERIES
FRIEDA HKMPD.. ANNA CASE. LET.IN
SKA. ALFRED CORTOT. HANS KINDLXR.
T1U.? KBONKN. EM1UO DE ..<>.,?????.
???ETNA MASSON, THELMA GIVES'. MAR
CELLA r-RAFT. MARGARET MAT7ENAVER
and the ?. Y. PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Tea ("oneerta far Tea Dallara
Nor. T. at; Dee. 12: Jan. ?. 9: Fab. 13. 3.
March 5. ?. April ?. FVadaji, 4 3D
Tir kets at oOtfe T. Arthur Smith, UM Q at
aad Her GREATEST snow la
THB UNKNOWN LAW
Next Week?HARRY HASTINGS
IRELAND AND STAFF
M*J. Gen. Merrltte TV. Ireland.
?urceon general of the artny, and his
staff were the principal guests at a
brilliant reception by the Officers'
Club laat night.
The clubhouse on Dupont Circle was
well filled with army people who num
bered among them and their guests
the elite of Washington society.
Col. Julius A. Penn. Maj. P. E. Coyle
and Capt. A. O. Van Stuetenbael were
the committee on arrangements for
Zone Plan Foes Cite
Failure in New Jersey
Failure of the ?one trolley fare aye
tern adopted, by the Public Service
Railway of New Jersey and serving
1? Jersey municipalities is being cited
by opponents of the plan here as an
example of what Washington should
Officials of the Jersey company have
appealed to their Public Utilities
Board asking an immediate return to
the straight fare Plan. They claim
that since the sone fare plan has been
In operation for the last three weeks,
they have been losing Jl'J.ooo daily.
Tbe question of the sone far? In
Washington Is pending with the local
Public Utilities Commission. Hearings
have heen held and testimony for and
against taken. It la still a question
as to whether further hearings will
be held before a decision Is reached.
SHIBEtT BELASCO T?tV
Direction Messi?. Shuhert.
?ke aald Waahlaartaalaaa didal
?Ike ta laaajhf 1 alai trae. I'm
makl-a thea, laask oat lewd at
??I.adle. lirai.- I aaw a dear eld
lady col lap.r |-a her .??. laat alcht
ahe laasard mm heartily. Aad If pea
waat to lasts yea had heuer -get
y oar arata aaw. There la a raah
?a theai evea far tmammrrtrtr** Mati
Year levins aaa.
rsaaetrlaa Saaday?Seata New
Messra. Lee and J. J. shubert Present
-The Mile ? M?nele Cesai ?y
"A LITTLE JOURNET*
By RACHEL CROTHERS
Same New York Cast.
Voti LAUgh. and Then You Laugh
Eatlaeat Raaalaa Ylellaiat
?SS*"pyM OCTOBER 19th
Tleketa aa Sale at Baa oeiee Oct. IS
ATIONAL Tealght. Sd?
""* ' ?wl?,#".?a Mat.8at.2d?
JOHN CURT Otters tba gun?fai
With TAVIE BELGE
startle*. Saaday Seata ?cilia*
COHAN A HARRIS preaeat
The ?,ripping Play af the Secret
"THREE FACE? EAST"
With VIOLET HEMINC
Direct from a Raa of ONE SOLID
YEAR at the tetas at Harris
Theater. New 1 erh
WALTER DAMROSCH. CeBdnrter
Five Syaapkoay Caaeerta
Aftrraaaaa, 4i30, Oct. S?. Nav. 25,
Dee. Id, Jan. 20. Pea. 24
Soleies. MABEL .; \RRISON. FRITZ IID*>
LER. RONALD ?ERRKNRATH. PEROT
GRA1NGEH MISCHA LEV1TZKA
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Office T. Arthur Saaltk. ISO? G St.
Play by Play oa Radier Eleetrte
See re beard.
phew and Bel] game for Oaa Aaeuaaoa.
M eu e. ?e ?-air; Ladas'.
Se Pair: Neolia ?noi.
Scia. 4Bc Pair; Leather.
Il? and 11.? Pound
AU shoe repeinas to?is
lor bolas work, thee
h r a a h e a ahee lacas,
taon or black leather
die; ifaoe poBathes; retail at eeae-abok-jale
The Carltal Shoe Ft adi age ca.
4X F st. nw.. Phone Ms.n tau Wash.. D. C
40c to $4.75
Crown Caps Af\r
Per Grou W?
Tit 7th St. N. W. Main till
compiete lorwiulse a.
at hoeM rye whisk? leal 1_
tsdadins assidus snd -aeratine bassa afin. Pie
pare* by asa taRserty ia brewias aad aMtMat
baataaa. Baal mod. do eubamalse. ?
ralea ioraulas u. bo Iswtalj san*
aulla. Beat an receipt of ? ? usar*, a
der. cash or suapa Art oaiek. Bill la Oaa
area to twwjdetl aala af It awe ? ladrea.
BALTIMORE FORMTLA COMPANY,
DeaL t. ? AL ? IMC
fth at O?ii A. He? n V. M.
LAST 2 DAIS
Firm yntitmnl XzhibiUert IM
In Ber Remrd-Brertktmt} Sa*
to "Daddy Long Lesm"'
Early Attendance Aaeieed at
OVERT! RK ADDED
VIOLIN SOLO ATTRACTION?
"The Griin Game"
?th Bet D and E
l? A. M ? u P. M
LAST 2 DATS
Have You Seen It?
First Seuirmal't Initial Super
"Wapi, the Walrus." (,t/
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOB
Never a Picture Like it!
Orcbewtrat lee Feateu-ee
D. W. Griffith's
"The Fall at Babyloi"
9th at D?il A. M.?ii P. II.
LAST 2 DAYS
The Talk of Washington
?poetar alar. TbrlMI.e. Keaaaatle
Prod aet lea
Founded on the World-Famoua
Melodrama of the Sea
"THE ROMANY RTE"
Violin Solo Auxiliaries
'Her Kingdom of Dreams'
DAILY;.. SUI. ;V HOLTS. ._.._,
?unwrt?! br s smear s ?
The bDAppf VicLniTA
Wtrrsten's Water UmSmT"
"Oa the ? up il Bdce." Harry ma? Aaaa
Se-rnaour. Cora \ouocUood Oman, fctc.
MICK ERBOCKER THEATER
WaabJartea Thllhaiassale Orebe.irs
R el? rick Haasaaer, ( ?adsner
Taeaaay, Oct. ?. Silk.
Tiekets aa aale at T. Artbar ?salrh*?
Dalli Oalr il ?a a ud :i>r a.
12* Ma Arci
ta date aad
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aad a*, ti.?
deb Rreaklaat. Me aad aa.
?aale vrlth Laaea. Ulsaer aad
Wrlle ar ?A Ire Isar Itea-s-iallea
FOR RESULTS TRY HERALD
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