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Everything About
Cuticura Soap
Suggests Efficiency
HOSPITAL DRIVE
IS BEHIND MARK
Workers, However, Hope
To Pass Quota?$37,185
Now Raised.
Enthusiasm among the workers in
the Children's Hospital campaign
continues unabated as the reports
come rolling In at the noonday meet
ings in the large ball-room of the
Hotel ,WiUard. The turn total
realised at that hour yesterday was
$37,185.10. Although the mark was
more than $12,000 behind that set b/
th? managers for the fourth day, the
300 men and women who are engaged
on the drive were not discouraged.
Dr. 8. 8. Adams* team led in the
fourth day's returns, with $1,120: Mrs.
John Crayke Simpson's was second,
with $835. Thomas Bell Sweeney's
division still is in the van. with $17.
511.44 collected or pledged.
Announcement was made that a for
mer nurse who received her train
ing at the hospital and who is now
AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
Dealers always insure their in
terest in cars sold on credit.
Your Interest In your own car is
greater. Be as Vise as the deal
ers.
Fire. Theft. Collision. Inability.
JOHN A. PETTY,
Ileal Katate and I nan ran re
1423 BT. Y. Ave. Mala 3127
Home-Cookiaf
Self-Serrlce
NoTips.
*
Vitited Cafeteria
married and Urine In the West. upon
hearing of the appeal tot funds sent
in bar pied go far $100.
Contributions af flCO ar mora re
ceived up to Wednesday noon. De
cember t follow:
SUM Mbeotptfcma?Woodward 4 Lothrop.
M?a. W. H. Browiiaon, Brening Star. Isabel
Fiwbu.
SBDO-R. T. Uncohi. Mr. and Mn cuno H.
Rudolph. Mr* Huckinsham, H, Kaon * Sons
I Co., Mn. 8. B. KUdas. Tteu* M. Gale. Q?a.
Anno Mills. Mn. J MM M Oreen. Collie T.
j I'srey, B. Root Perry. Jr., Mn, Vu 8. Merle
*srith. Cbaa. a Glover.
Hewitt Myers.
$?-Nathaniel Wilm.
Mr sod Mrs. 8. J. Pnseott. Edw. Will
srd Brow neon
CT(V-Mr and Mrs. O. Thomss Dunlop.
t??>?Mr* John A. Johnston. 84. Mary's Guild,
Mr. and Mrs T. B Mrs. B H Ward
er.
fl3D? Herman Jrrminja, Victor Kauffmann.
SU^-M. K InMaA
$100?Sam 8. Adams, Arthur Burt Co., Mn.
Lincoln Ptrrand. Krias, Baall A Sharp Co.,
Robert BatrheUe*. Mrs. Florence Bradley. Mrs.
John J. DufT. Annie C. Glover, C. C. Glover,
Jr.. Mrs nsaapball GraaT. Mrs. tftvistian Hau
nch. ?"apt. T^awrmce Hippfaa, Herman Holler
riUi. Mn Geo Huff. CM and Mn Retfnald
Huidekoper, W. A. Hut chins. Rudolph Kauif
mann. Georcp R Kurrie, Mrs Mary H. My
en. Olive Gale McLean. Mary Karr Perry; B.
V. Saul. Mrs. R. D rttroms, Mrs. J. C. Simp
non. Mn K R- Stoteshury. Mn Robert Thomp
son. Wilkins Roger* MiUlnj Co. <Jeorge W.
Brown. Mr. and Mn Joe. H. Bradley, James
iHwn. Forst Bros. Inc.. Jessie C. Kauffman.
James B. Lambie. Became? Motor do.. Mn W.
H. Woodward.
Saks & Co Will Give
100 Overcoats to Boys
The usual custom of providing
overcoats for 100 boys of Washing
ton will again be followed this
Christmas by Baks and Company,
in accordance with its custom of
thirty-six years. Prom names fur
nished by the Associated Charities,
tickets will be sent entitling the
bearers to fine new coats on Christ
mas day.
Red Ctom Clauei.
A class in the Red Cfoss course
of home hygiene and care of the
sick will begin instruction at the
McKinley Manual Training School
next Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. All per
sons desiring to enroll may apply to
Mr. Rlppey, superintendent of night
schools. A new class in the same
branches will begin lessons at the
Red Cross Teaching Center. 16 Jeck
son place, the same day at 5 p. m.
Applications should be made to Miss
Anna J. Greenlees at that address.
Closes ? Sons
7 aa& lltb Sts
Furntture
Carpet
Ltnens
Upholstery
Bay Christmas Seals and Help the
Washington Tuberculosis Association
Handkerchiefs of
Character
Women's hemstitched, soft laundered Initial
Handkerchiefs.
Special, $1.50 Dozen
Women's Hemstitched, Pure Linen, Hand
Embroidered Initial Handkerchiefs.
30c Bacti mc $JJ0 Dozen
Children's Hemstitched,
Colored Embroidered Cor
ner Handkerchiefs.
19c Each or 3 for 50c
Men's Hemstit ched.
Hand-Embroidered Initial
Handkerchiefs, 6 in box.
Special, $1*80 Box
Women's Hemstitched
or Rolled Hemmed, Hand
Embroidered, also Fancy
Colored Print Handker
chiefs.
Special, 25c Each
Bleached, Pure Linen
Table Goth, bordered : rose
festoon design, 2x2 yards.
Napkins to match 22x22
inches. Special sets.
SIR.00, $25.00, $27.00 and
$35.00 set.
Madeira Hand Embroi
dered, Pure Linen, Scal
loped Edge Tea Napkins,
13x13 inches.
Special. $13.00 to $21.25
Dozen
Madeira Hand Embroi
dered Scarfs, scalloped
edge, with elaborate hand
work. 18 and 20 inches
wide, by 36. 45, 54. 63 and
72 inches long. Values ttp
to $12.00
Special, $5.00 Each
Turkish Towel Sets, of
towels and wash cloths,
assorted colors, designs
and sizes.
$1.45 to $2.65 Boxed Set
Lamps
Solid Mahogany Floor Lamp, circular
base and fluted column, 2-light fixtures.
$18.00
Antique Gold and Polychrome Table
Lamp, hand carved, one-light fixture.
$4.50
Solid Mahogany Floor Lamp, heavy
base and plain column, highly polished.
Each
Solid Mahogany Table Lamp, 24 inches
high, 2-light fixtures.
$22.50
$12.50
Full line of Silk and Damask Shades for table and floor lamps, in all colors.
Mahogany and Polychrome Candlesticks, in great variety.
Gift Suggestions
Mahogany Armchair or Arm Rocker, $22-50.
Mahogany Martha Washington Sewing Table,
$19.75.
Mahogany Windsor Chair, with haircloth cush
ion, $22.50.
Solid Mahogany Gate Leg Table, $25.00.
Telephone Stand and
Stool, SUM.
Smoker'* Stand. $UL
Solid Mahogany Fireside
Chair, $4*.
Windsor Arm Rocker,
wood seat, 114.
Solid Mahogany Sewing
Cabinet, 111
Mahogany Fern Standi
SZ2JC
Royal Easy Morris Chair,
reclining back and foot
rest, H5.1.
Mahogany Tea Table,
$15.
Student's Reading Table,
IU.
Cedar Chests, finished in
natural cedar, ivory and
mahogany; prices range
from $14 to M.
Oriental Rugs
?tnake very delightful
and highly appreciated
gifts, and'we have some
very excellent pieces
ranging from 3x5 to 4x7
feet, in a variety of pleas
ing designs and colorings.
Prices range from
$37.50 to $225
ACTORS' BENEFIT
MATINEESTODAY
Special Performances Will
Be Given in All Large
Cities of the Nation.
Throughout the United States. In
210 theaters, special matinee perform
jances are to be given today In trib
ute to th? Idee. Is of the theater and
the work of its personnel in war and
I peace. The first Friday of each De
| cember ia to be set aside for this
purpose.
The committee directing the occa
sion. headed b/ President Daniel
Frohman, of the Actors' Fund of
America, and W Ward Smith, ex
pects the proceeds of the campaign
to reach a sum sufficient as an en
dowment from which will be sup
ported the Actors' Home on Staten
Island. This institution cares for
needy and disabled veterans of the
stage.
The campaign does not end with
today's performances, for in vari
ous cities special drives will be
held from tlm* to time. The Wash
ington drive has been postponed
and the date for it will be an
nounced lat*r by Col. Robert N.
Harper, chairman of the local com
mittee.
Today's tribute is the culmina
tion of several months' prepara
tions for an expression of na
tional gratification. Actors' na
tional memorial day has been ap
proved by President Wilson, the
Prince of Wales, Gen. Pershing.
Secretary Daniels, Secretary Baker,
the governors of forty States,
mayors of 200 cities and hundred*
of private citizens, including John
D. Rockefeller. Jr . William Rocke
feller, George W. Perkins, Henry P.
Davison, Charles Evans Hughes
and William G. McAdoo.
The preparations for the day have
not been conducted by theatrical men
but by a committee composed mainly
of business leaders with the support
of the Catholic and Episcopal churches
and of many rabbis. The committee
has done its work without spectacular
features and has adopted a dignified
course as the best means of impress
ing on the public,its duty of showing
thanks to the stage.
Tickets for today's performances
have been autographed by the Prince
of Wales. Gen Pershing. Secretary
Daniels and others. They have been
offered for sealed bids.
Various trades have taken over en
tire theaters for special matinees.
Thousands of soldiers, sailors and
school children will be guests at the
performances. Tickets have been dis
tributed to hospitals. The theater?
have been specially decorated for the
occasion.
Following the
Tide of Trains
The News Here and
There in Union
Station
^ 'J
That Iarrease.
"Will we get our increase before
Christmas? If we do get it before
Christmas how much will it be?"
This is the question foremost in the
minds of the majority of employes at
the station. They know that they
have been granted an increase, they
know that the increase will he re
troactive. but they do not know the
siz* of the increase or when it will be
actually paid to them
Another phase of this subject which
puzzles them is that of time off They
understand that under the new rutin*
of the Administration they will be
riven four days off a month but what
they do not understand is whether
this will affect the usual 10 or 14-day
vacation they have enjoyed eacn
summer.
In the meantime the men are won
dering and worry in*?and wishing
that they will get their increase
money before Santa Claus arrives.
Ladles and Ueatlemea?Raadolpk.
Introducing Redcap Randolph
Mason, 621 Third street southwest,
i who has the reputation of being the
best known porter at the station.
Mason has been In the service at
the station since 1900 and he is
I known and called for by many of
the celebrities of the day.
| He particularly values the ac
quaintance of Thomas Nelson Page.
At present. Mason is on the night
shift, as he has been called for duty
Juror in Justice ' Stafford's
court. Criminal Division No. 2, and
will therefore work both day and
night until the latter part of Jan
uary. when he wllj be relieved of
the Jury duty.
"One Kvery Minute."
Foolish Question No 999.999.999 was
asked one of the genial bluecaps on
duty near the train arrival black
board la*.t night.
A man came up and inquired as to
the departure of the New York trains.
I He was informed that the first New
> York train left here st 12:10 a. m. and
| that several others followed up until
, 12:40.
[ It took him several moments for
this to seep through. Then he started
' away, only to rush back after a little
| more reflection:
| "Say." he inquired again of the
I bluecap. "does the train that leaves
1 at 12:10 arrive in New York before the
| one which leaves at 12:40?
i The bluecap looked at him so sym
! pathetically that the Inquirer took
i the Hunch and djd not tarry any lon
j * If he had stayed he would have
'heard tne Dluecap indignantly repeat:
I "Ixjok at it. It's alive. It's really
I alive."
Wall to Screen Ex-Kaiser.
Amsterdam. Doc. 4. ? The former
Kaiser will r.move to hi* new home
ai Doorn Decern' er 31. it wan learned
;today. A wail ten feet high, topped
i with wire. is being conatrue'ed
i around the houte to protect Wilhelm
from the gme cf the curioun
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
| POBBCAST FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW
i DiHrtrt of Oolumt?-F..r "?>??'? "?
I persture
LOCAL TEMPERATURE
Midnight. 21: Z ? "> ? ? *;,m ? 11 ? ?'
' t?; ? . m . 1?: nan. ft. 1- ??. ?. ? *
? 31 ? p. m. 11. ? r ?? ? 8 p. m. ft.
10 p m . !?', H?hMt. 3?:
lUrlstir# humidit> -4 ? m * - J*J
m.. Tl Rsinfsll ift p. in. to I P. ? . ?.
hmim (4 sunshine. T.2: per c*nt of possible ?in
rfiin**. 75
DCPABTrRtS
AeeunmUtert Etna of 'mH.-n.tii!* ?noe Juto
arv 1 191? "36' deficiency of tempsrstnre sinoe
IWmber 1. ?it. 12. sorumulstad deficiency of
,?rripiution aw Jan.urr !. W. ^
flciency of precipitation unor [ member 1. 1915.
^IVmper?ture ittr Um t??-Hitfiwt ?
lowest, JO
OTHER TF.MrtRATTRia.
l/owest
Hiihost jrerious Hsin
toda?. night. 8 pm. fslL
S2 * 4*
T4 J> ?
. M 14 *
a?u? t?. r,s .
Haltimrre. Md.
It#tor.. Mass
fhiiajro. Ill ? '? J
Oieyeone. Wyo 40 ??
Itaveniori. Io^a ** 12 10
I** Moines. lows M -4 '*
I I)iilnth, Minn 14 n
fiaheston. Tex 54 ^
lndisnapolis. Ind ^ *-'rt J
Kur.sss City. Mo M l& *
I/* Angele*. '"si 5? jL ?*
M"mphi?. T*nn 42 *
Mobile. A Is 6P ?* ?
Now York. N Y ?* 1*
(imahi, Nebr. **
Phoenix. Aris? **? ^
Portland. Me 20 1? 24
Salt !**?? 1'tsh . 52 JO e
St. Units. Mo 34 :4 :?4
| San Antonio. Tex 30 ^0 ^
SphnKtieW. Ill ? la ^
Toledo. Ohio 38 14 J
^ Washington. l>. 0 34 1* ^
A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE MEAT BUSINESS
Markets Frank Kidwell's Markets Markets
MEATS PRICED RIGHT?NOT ONE DAY?EVERY DAY
Last week we had 35,000 buyers io oar markets. All paid
cub and carried all goods they purchased. Business is getting
better e?ery day. Why? Only because of the best meat values
in Washington. Ask any of the 35,000.
ALL MEATS POSITIVELY GOVERNMENT INSPECTED
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS
Fresh Hams,
Best home dressed, 30c lb.
Smoked Hams,
Small and lean.... 30c lb.
Lean Pork Chops.... 30c lb.
All-Pork Sausage Meat,
Fresh Shoulders,
Small and lean 26c lb.
Smoked Shoulders,
Small 26c lb.
Loin Pork Chops. . . ,39clb.
The very best.. . . 30c lb. Sauerkraut, new 15cqt.
Machine-sliced Bacon.40clb. Bacon in strips 35clb.
Pure Hog Lard 32c lb. Compound Lard 27c lb.
Round, Sirloin, Porterhouse Steak, Choice 25c lb.
Top Rib, Prime Rib, Bouillon, Shoulder Clod
Choice, 20c lb.
Chuck Roast 17c lb. Plate Beef 10c lb.
Hamburg Steak, .... 18clb. Beef Liyer 10clb.
Leg of Spring Lamb, 28c lb. Shoulder of Lamb, 23c lb.
Breast of Lamb, 15c lb.
Lob and Rib Chops, j Shoulder Lamb Chops,
30c lb. 25c lb.
Roast Veal, Veal Chops,
18c and 23c lb. 23c and 30c lb.
Veal Cutlets, 40c lb.
Chickens, Fancy, Eggs, Finest Aprils,
Fresh killed 35c lb. 59c dox.
Wilson's Nutoleo.... 31c lb. | Armour's Nutolo.... 31c lb.
Sweet Potatoes, Large,
38c peck; 10c Vi peck
White Potatoes,
43c peck; 12c % peck
Grapefruit, fancy,
3 for 25c
Fancy Eating
Apples,
25c % peck
Finest Cape Cod
Cranberries,
15c quart
3272 M Street
Georgetown
1920 Nichols Awe.
Anacostia
Eastern Market
New Section?Meats Only
7tfc and C St*. S. E.
1341 Wisconsin Are.
Georgetown
1916 14th St.
Just Below U St
Northeast Market
12th and H Sts. N. E.
Manager Jarboe Calls Pro
posal Made in Coal Crisis
Unjust to Theaters.
Anticipating a movement looking to
wards the clotting of theaters and
other amusement enterprises during
the continuance of the coal shortage
in order to save fuel. Manager Harry
O. Jarboe, of the Gayety Theater, yes
terday voiced a strong protest against
such action, pointing out that while
the theatrical managers of this city
have been liberal in permitting the
use of their houses for the benefit
of various drives and charitable cam
paigns they are the first to suffer in
times of famine, epidemic and ac
tress.
"The theater manager is always
ready and willing to lend a hand in
such worthy causes as Liberty Bond,
Red Cross, Armenian Relief and simi
lar campaigns, cheerfully doing even
mort than his part, yet it seems that
he Is first to suffer in such emer
gencies as the present coal shortage.
"Such Action on the part of the
Fuel Administration signs the doom
of the theatrical profession, throwing
thousands of men and women out of
work, paralyzing the industry and
ruining scores of producers. If the
public realized the hardships the
theatrical folk experienced during last
season's closing period due to the
influenza epidemic they would think
twice before permitting such a
stringent ruling as I believe to be
anticipated.
"Quoting from a recent article in a
Washington paper we are Informed
that a very recent survey showed that
a large proportion of apartment
houses have on hand a supply of coal
sufficient to last from 30 to 60 days,
and that government buildings are
pretty well supplied. If these depart
ments and apartment houses have
protected themselves against a coal
shortage why is it not reasonable to
believe that business men in other
walks of life have taken the same
precaution."
Dorr Quiti Munitions Post
G. H. Dorr, of New York, has re
signed as assistant director of mu
nitions. the War Department an
nounced yesterday.
AMUSEMENTS.
MCrudiTs?Fat 11th || I
ETROPOLITAll
10:30 A.M.?11 P.M.
I.AST TWO DAY*
THE SCREEN'S SUPREME
STAR
NORMA
TALMADGE
In the Finest Role and the
Greatest Production of
Her Brilliant
Career.
The
ISLE OF
CONQUEST
From Arthur Hornblcw's
"By Right of Conquest"
MAXY ADDED FEATURE*
KCBAIOALL S. 11TIaid Oil II HI
NICKERBOCKERl
Today, Hegf Biting at C:.*t0
MARY
MILES MINTER
la L M. MONTGOMERY**
"ANNE OF GREEN
GABLES"
Varied Added Attrnetiona
I THOLES
SHUBEKT Mat Saturday
1 ^ ATTRACTIONS
letum of Gay, (.olden, c.loriou*
MAYTIME'
,Thf Mont Popular and Sor
?e*afal Muitiral Play In the Hl*
ALL NEXT WEEK
SEATS From' SE1.LI!?'
The N. Y. Winter
PASSING'SHOW
la IS Coloooal Sreaea
WNh 1M Clever
People?
A DELI GR OF
MIRTH. MELODY
AND GIRLS.
Prleeo?Eve? fl.OO to
Ol Sat. MaU T5c to
92l Wed. and Tharo.
Mat*. rw>c to flJ?
The Largeit Yoangent an*
Prettleot Chorus on Earth.
Cnrtnln Rlaea Promptly?
Mnta. nt 2| Nlcrhta at E
B.F. KEITH'S"Sp
DAILY,u SUN. ,'n H0L'YS. .^.ii
"All laaahter.**?TIm
WILKIE BARD
In Hi? Wonderful Cockney Hole*
IfLLK. NITTA-JO. the Paris Apache
Dancer. in "Ii? (Jifolettra"
SHK1LA TfcRKY. in 'Threaa a Crood "
Knunrlt I)e Voj A On. The Jaaaland
Naval Octat. Prank Gahy. IV Onannn*
it Baker. Th? Aerial bil?ermaida. Other
RuoreaMS.
S-K-A-T-l-N-G
TWICE DAILY
BAND MUSIC
II O T II SESSIONS
THE COLISEUM
{Over Center Marhet)
tNllA. AVE. AT NINTH?8 P.M.
LYCEUM
BURLESQUE
The Beauty Revue
SMOKING PERMITTED
Wreatliag fhuraday nighta
GAYETY X&
THE BURLESQUE REVIEW
See the show today aa the groaa matinee
recHpta win ba contributed to the actora'
fund. AU aaaptoyaa hare donated their acrr
ices. Help to make it a ancceaa.
KMT WBICK^Wr KMJJ
OUHMilV
*??'' RIALTO
JTI1TTH AT O
11 A.M.?l.ut S D>r>?II P.M.
First Xatitmal Exhibitor*
PratW,
Charles
Chaplin
Jn Hit Laiat
Million-Dollar Comedy
"A Day's Pleasure"
Accompanied by
A WIH "JAZZ MID"
ir If OTB XI
Last Nlafct flhaw < kaplla aa4
Haatf, 10i3A P. M.
ADDED ATTRACTIONS
"The Eternal Triangle"
UPKCIAI* HHORT
OVKRTIRR SrBJECn
Maris STRAND
WIJTTH AT D
11 A.M.?Lul X Di??11 P.M.
Universal Present*
OraCarew
In a f>rama or
Croijkt and Ch uckiu
Under
Suspicion
Ffitarfa
WKXT WRRK
Frank May#
La
"Tlif Rmtr Rrrakrr"
GARDEN nn'"
SIXTH BETWEEN DAE
11 A.M?In.t : Day*?11 r.*L.
Public Deuiand*
Presentation Continue
CECIL B. DcMILLE'S
Pradurtloa
MALE
AND
FEMALE
Drpirte4 hy
Thortiat Metghan, Theodore
Roberta, Gloria Summn,
Lila Let
And Great All-Star Out
A Paranfunt-Arterafl
SUPER SPECIAL
Baaed cm J. M. Harrw't
Hj "The Admirable CriefiUm''
P LOEWS p
ALACt
I !??? >? 11 p. t
l?AJ*T TWO DAV>
ELSIE
FERGUSON
in "COUNTERFEIT'
[OvrrtMrf?"Home. Sweet llomr
the U*rl4 Offr"
hCXDAY ? KTIIKL CLATTOX
A LOEWS a
VOLUMBlA
I Caatiaaoaw. ltdl a. a^-H p. m.
TODAY AXD TOMORROW
WILLIAM S.
HART
la -JOHN PKTT1COAT*
ItrclnalBK Saataj?VICTORY"
? 7 Jowph C'oarad
A KHER I.RCTTRK Of ^
Christian Science
By ChuHe* I. Okrenstein, C.S.B.
Member of the Board of lecture
ship of The Mother Church. The
First Church of Christ, Scien
tist. In Boston. Mass.
At
POLI'S THEATER
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7
At 2 O'Clock
Under the Auspices of
First Church of Christ. Scientist, 1
of District of Columbia.
No Collection. All Welcome.
Please Note the Hour. J
PHILADELPHIA
ORCHESTRA
l-KOPOI.n RTOKOW8KI.
Conductor
Leopold Stokowski. Conductor.
TUESDAY?4:30
WAT TO* AL THEATRR
Ticket*. U.St. *2-M. S1.M. $1.00.
T. Arthur Smith. not Q St.
AMUSEMENTS.
ANNOUNCING
THE FIRST
ANNIVERSARY
I * - 4
R MOO UK'S A
ialtO
THEATER
NEXT WEEK
OUR AXMYJCBHABY STAR
MARY
PICKFORD
In Her Late* Prmlvrtion
HEARTO' THE HILLS
\ ?
t
l__yr*m?:^*o1+TTm*?7y9,+! 1
"A 'r?f and *1?l< portrait of
Cke l.laeela I knew - ? Maa.
Jan. G. Cmbm.
JOHN DHINKW UI R ?
"ABRAHAM LIKC0LR"
M*hta Sflti Mala. l oda? A Smi.
COM. M\UAVj SH4T* %??\\
ft
[
"SHE WALKED
IN H-ER SLEEP
Tie f-'uaaleftt IMay K?rr
rlttea |j
Arflitr AjlMwonh nad D
k% llllaaik. aad OrTKfaat ?
ctiaa U
MY I
"?* R
With
K*a ?
Tark Caat aad Pp?d_
the MO?T RltlTII'l
<.o?"V>;r> SHOW IN % MKIt
ATI0MAL?>,,ht
Nr*? ?wnnh Ma?. ?at. r ^i
OTIS SKINNER
lo the Nf?
??The BUf of I'rfrr llnrhun
Fj Maud sfenncr ar.J J."
t ier tioodu.at;
Prlrfi ?Sif I1SA.
Neat Week Seats Selling
IORX
I ORT*?
Ml MCAI.
IOMF.D1
WITH H%NI?:R* M 11.1.I*
and mawkl \\ ITMKi:
FLO-FLO
*KAT* NOW >KI.I.I\<.
ANNA CASE
Ticket* f|.ao. R1 .fWi?_ofTir
T. Arthur ISH8 4. *t. VM . I
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
Kati?nal Theater. Thur?d:<?. I)<^m
her II. 4an.
Sea'* now mi wk at M?> i^rtwu* ? ? or~ert
Buna... 10 Lfrooj- ? 13tU and t?.
SHBBE1T BEUSCO
* lhtertio?< Vaa*. ??
ROWLAND WE?r?
THIUI.I.CR OK TIIRII.I.KR*
"THE UNKNOWN PURPLE"
NOT A MOTION PIH I RK
com. HNon m:%t* now
Return KncaK^rn^nt K\t ra-?rd'nai y
U ILI.I AM A. MM AON I'rrM-al*
"The Man Who Came Back"
By Julfs IC?k?rt t?o??dir.an
With 4RTII1 K %*HI 9 \
And a nrillintu \ow VH
?1*
LOANS
HORNING
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
South End of Highway Bridff
Puainra* Trnaanoted Kirlukltrl*
There.
Take ear* at ISth a?rre? aad
rennk)ltaRia n^eaue far ?*u(h
ead af lfl?ih??ay Bridge. I'arr &e
eaeh way.
THE ANDERSON PRINTER?
(Faulty 9arl?(i Raah Rldg-l
? 1407 N. Y. Art.. 1st Floor, Rev
PW Mala MM.
CURES PILES
The Oaly Internal Retard*
3.V. and It Ml thr H?*
Sold by AI.L l?RI (K;iSTS
Or Bent fcy nail on mxit* ri
j Pilocnra Co., Wash., D. C. (
Whisky?Beer?Wine
Complete formulaa and laatm.iiorw f?>r mtti' <
at borne r>? whiaky. real berra. and
todndiuc makmc and oprratiac borne a*-It
pared by men formerly tn bnwinc and d**?ll?"C
buainaaa. Beal rnoda no miha*ttuft?: ?
rulea formulaa may tw lawfully a-nt t' ? ?i*?
maila Seat on m-ettfta at fl ?*- ?-**?.V ? ?? ?i -y
order, caah or at ami* Kat tonal I'?.-?? ??'a
Art permit* aala of liquor formula# until Jan
uary ft. 199L
BALTIMORE FOR Ml 1. A COMPAWT
Pr?t. 1 BAI.TIMORI Ml)
RESORTS.
1tlahtic CTTT.
I
jBUmmimsssea
h?M? r?Mt via Par'B*
141* in. lark avrasx.

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