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' ": ' I j-v; it- THE WASHINGTON TIMES,' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER c 3,' 1916.' 'f CELEBRATED SOLOIST SINGS WITH "MOVIES': Piiss Graco Belle Van Riper Heard at the Strand, Where ' "Civilization" Is. Shown. Tho who,- have wondered whence, earn tho aololat who sings tho "fnvo caUoh" this week at tho Strand Theater.' hero tho film spectacle. "Civilisation."' Is J?olnK shown, are Informed (hat. her nanle Is Miss Grace Bella Van lllpor, and that sho Is not a local slncer. Miss Van Itlper studied at tbo' Boston Conservatory. In Berlin and Paris; and was later a pupil of Mrs. Tllchard Percy, of (New York, a well-known artist and teacher. She first went upon tho con cert' stage, but later succumbed to the fascination of tho ffiottlglits. fiho appeared under Mr. Belasco In "Tho Good Llttlo Devil" and "Du Marry." with Chrlstlo McDonald and Andrew Mack In ,'.'The Prince of Bo hemia." Mrs. Flsko In "Lady Patrlca." Henry Miller In "Heartccasc," Chrlstlo McDonald In "Sweethearts," and was a member of Henry W. Bavdire's "Sari" company. Iater she Joined the forces of tho Lit tle, Theater, In Now York and sans; In wlnthron Ames' productions, "Children of, tho Earth." and "Tho Uluo Bird." Last season she rendered the charming Kngllsh ballads and pastorals In Jnmca KjTiacketfs "Merry Wives of Wlnd oP' productlpn. Then along camo ThQmas Incc last April In quest of a soloist for 'Clvlllxa tlon," and engaged Miss Van Riper, who appeared with tho 01m throughout Its New York run. Speaking of her work, Miss Van Blpor had, this to say: '.1 enjoy the noyolty of singing behind tho scenes. In a way It Is restful and there aro no costumo nor make-up worries- to bother ono. The tempo of my principal number and tho Imago on tho acreen are exactly timed and my song finishes as tho figures fade away. After my engagement hero nt tho Strand Theater I return to New York to bocome soloist of the choir of the Evangelical Lutheran Church." Tho other soloists Include Miss Mlna Manloy, alto, heretofore Identified with oratorio and Chautauqua work, Rlid Miss RulhvAlvoy. The chorus Is cpmposed of prominent' singers from tho various local choirs. FUNERAL RITES FQR CAPITAL RESIDENTS Places and Time of Services Ar ranged by Bereaved Families. William F. Colvin. funeral services for William F. Col vin, ,who died Wednesday at the rest denco of his daughter, 497 Blair road, In'bls seventy-eighth year, will bo held at the funeral parlor of Herbert V. Nevlus, 926 New York avenue north- WAnf fnnlcrh. a 7 nVlnitlf Tntnrmitnt lV . will be made at Culpcpcr, Vn. Lieut. Col. W. A. Mearns. Funeral services for Lieut. Col. Web ster Alex. Mearns, U. S. A., retired, wtoo' died Wednesday .'at .Walter Heed Hqapltal. .-vvllW-rbo -held rift Gawler chapel, tomorrow at 10:30 o'ctock. Domcnlco R. Zcrcga. Funeral services for Domenlco K, Zarega, who died Wednesday In his olShty-second year, will bo held at hi lato resldonce. 812 O street north west, tomorrow at 8:30 o'clock, thenco to the Church of the Immaculate Con ception, where requiem mass will bo celebrated at 9 o'clock. Interment will M (ln St. Mary's Cemetery. Mrs. Agatha Hughes. Funeral services for Mrs. Agatha Hughes, who died Wednesday, were held at her late residence, the Clai borne apartment, today at 9' o'clock thenco to St. Mary's Church, where re quiem mass was celebrated. Interment was made in St. Mary a Cemetery. t Dr. Henry L. Gosling. Funeral services for Dr. Henry i.ee Gosling, who died Wednesday, will be held at the residence, 3351 Mt. Pleasant street, today at 2 o'clock. Interment wiu bo in nock Creek Cemetery. Dr. Gosling was assistant chief of the dl- Singer Who Accompanies Motion Picture Film IsK&JiassssHHsLisssssssR T 'lssK jMP!LissssssH t "SSBt 'VS21mSSSSSSY . 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Men answering tho samo descriptions were seen In tho neighborhood on two occa sions recently, tho pollco learned from neighbors. , . ftilSS GRACE BELLE VAN RIPER. vIMoi for operation of the Coast Guard. Ho was a membor of H. B. French Lodge. No. 15. F. A. A. M.; Lafayette Royal Arch Chapter, No. 6; Washing ton Commandery. No. 1, Knights Tern Slnr, and Almas Temple of Mystic hrlne. He Is survived by his wife. i i Robert A. Dell. Funoral services and Interment for Robert .A. Hell, who died suddenly at midnight at his resldrnco In Florenco Court, will bo held at Portland, Mb., where the body will be taken today. Ho was sixty years of age, and Is survived by his wife. Mr. Bell was a prominent contractor and builder. $300,000 Fire. DONNKLLY. Minn.. Nov. 3.-Flro do stroyed most of tho business section of this town, causing damugo estimated at woo.ooo. STOP DANDRUFF GETS TUCK THE POLICEMAN'S T RUE TESTIiON WL Claims Since Taking Plant Juice He Is Now Able to Re port for Duty. Stomach troiiblo Is tho direct cause of moro derangements of thi,ncrvoiis sys tem ntltl irMinrfi! hntllK fllil. flitn fll.'lfl any other ailment. N'o otli.T remedy has been accorded Mm Instinit suiti-h tnat has been obtained '..v riant Jul 'e, I MM. Girls! Draw a cloth through your hair and double its beauty. Spend 25 cents! Dandruff vanishes and hair stops coming out. HHslslHsHsHHIF ssssssHsLBW sLsssssL -t v um ssH' MwM m it"'l , To bo possessed of a head of heavy beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy, and free from dandruff Is mere ly a matter of using a llttlo Dandcrtne. It Is easy and Inexpensive to have nice, soft hair and lots of It. Just get a 3cent bottle of Knowlton'a Donder lne now all drug stores recommend It apply a llttlo as directed, and with In ten minutes there will bo an appear ance of abundance, freshness, fluffl noss, and an Incomparable gloss and luster, and try as you will you cannot find a trace of dandruff or falling hair; but your real surprise will be af ter about two weeks' jise; when you will see now hair fine and downy at first yea but really new hair sprout ing out all over your scalp Danderino Is, wo believe, the ouly sure ht.ir grow er, destroyer of dandruff, and euro for Itchy scalp, and it never falls to stop falling hair at once. It you want to provo how pretty and soft your hair really Is, moisten a cloth with a little. Dandcrlne and care fully draw it through your hair taking ono small strand at a time. Your hair will bo soft, glossy, and beautiful In Just a few moments a delightful sur prise awaits evcryono who tries this, Adv,t MIL AUUUST SOM.MKUS. which Is n combination of Nature's rem edies for tho blood, stunuich, liver, and kidneys, as Is being at'iwicd dully at the demonstration of thin rom.slv in Wash ington by well known cil ix-opli. Tho following signed st.it.'iuiM of Mr August Summers, whp resides at 317 South Ilegestcr street. ii.iltuiMiie, a well known and popular iiicunbr of the police force,. ofUhat city, will he of la tere!, an he this many friends and nc tiualntanrcs In this city, lie o.iirl: For over a your I have suffered with stomach trouble, had great pain ilud dis tress after eating, and nothing I ate seemed to agree with me, and I Iml to be very careful. I wax bloated with gas, had Pains In iny hack, could inut sleep at night and got In such a weak fnt.ilt1n.. tlitit T hml In milt nil unrlf fni a time. I had heard n great ileal aboil Plant Juice, nud as I had tried many different medicines and treatments which did me no good, I had little faith In modlcine. Ilownvar, I got a bottlo to try It, nnd It did me so much good that I continued to take It. After laying off work for f3 days, I am now alilo to re port for duty again, and nm feeling the best I have In years. I n'n glad to rec ommend Pl.ant Juice to others." Such words ns theso and those of many others which have, been printed. have wide Influence, for they come from men of standing and Integrity, who have given Plant Juice a fnlr trial nnd have been greatly benefited thereby. The Plant Juice Man Is nt Tho Peo plo'a Drug Store, corner of 7th nnd K streets N. V., where he Is dally meet ing the local public, and Introducing nnd explaining the merits of this remedy. On Saturday he will remain nt tho store until 10 p. m to meet thofo who are unable to call during tho day. Advt. A Special Offer For Saturday Only IN Men's Fall Suits and Overcoats An Opportunity That Every Man Who Knows Real Values Will Be Quick to Appreciate The choicest, most fashionable Suits and Overcoats in the city at the sensa tionally low price of $10, at the very time that other stores are forced to announce price advances. We have them in ' all the seasonable colors, in cluding the Fall greens and rich browns. All the new stripes and patterns and snappy weaves. Every size, to fit the stout, thin, short, or extremely tall man. Men, they are great values. , All models, For the Man That Wants to Pay a Utile More We Have an Assortment That Can't Be Beat Under $1S ANY WHERE for 12 And for the Man A That Wants Still qj Better We Have as Fine Suits and O'Coats as You Ever Saw for 15 EIEDLANDEB BI30C H :Xi- HW-nhlHEk B? 'Bki Women's Shoes, Second Floor r Ladies' Extra High Cut 9-inch Lace Boots, light and dark gray all kid, also light gray kid with gray suede tops, medium long vamps, leather Louis heels. Neat, close trimmed soles. Regular $9.00 models; La France make; A. to C widths. An- jtfiCC niversary Sale Price iipJ00 Women's Black Kid English Lace Shoes, with gray buck tops, neat ball straps; very popular and dressy; flexible welt sewed; La Franoe make; 13, C and D widths; $6.5o values; ajp i p all sizes. Anniversary Sale Price S3 ' Women's High Cut Two-tone Lace Boots, including bronze, champagne, brown and gray kid, and tan calf with white and champagne tops. Present season's styles; worth $8 and $9. Leather Louis heels; A to D; all sizes. An- fc qc niversary Sale Price ,P3.y D Women's Patent Colt and Mat Kid Lace Boots, medium and extra high cut patterns; short and long vamps; leather Louis and Cuban heels, including patent colt with champagne tops and cloth tops; made to retailor 36.00; A to D widths. Anni- i op versary Sale Price vp-. D j Women's Gray Kid Button Boots, regular and extra high cut styles, some with pearl buttons, flexible welt soles, neat opera toes, close edge; leather Louis heels; made to sell for pq zp $5.00 ; A to D widths. Anniversary Sale Price '"J 200 Pairs of Women's $5.00 and $6.00 Bronze Kid, Midnight Blue Kid, Black Kid Button and Lace Shoes; high-grade work- manship; narrow toes; high leather heels; miscel laneous sizes; A, D, C, and some D widths. Anniversary JQ O C Sale Price -.VP Several Hundred Pairs of Women's Gun Metal Calf, Patent Colt and Bronze Kid Button Shoes, with black and gray cravenette tops, also bronze with African brown cloth tops, Cuban and French leather heels; B, C, and D widths; values to $4-50; "Mary Stuart," "Carthean," "Varsity" and "Her Majesty" Brands; welt and light flexible soles. Anniversary tfn nr Sale Price .H? V J - Women's Tan Calf Button Shoes, regular and extra high cut; splendid for fall and winter wear; the hiking kind; "Patrician," "La France" and other makes; miscellaneous sizes and widths; would sell for $4.00 to $5.00. Anniversary djr) or Sale Price pA-OD Women's Two-tone Lace Boots, "Mary Stuart" make; ivory, brown, and gray kid, with white kid tops, gray kid with ivory kid tops; leather Louis heels; B to D widths; sizes up to 5; jj z r $5.50 and $6.00 kinds. Anniversary Sale Price ? UJ Men's Shoes, Third Flooi Men's Tan Calf English Lace Shoes; Goodyear welt; made very neat and dressy; $4.oo values under today's djri rjr market; good range of sizes. Anniversary Sale Price. . . 4 Men's Bostonian Sample Shoes, consisting of sizes 6, 7, and 7 Yi ; tans and black calf and kid shoes, also several lines of high grade English lace, gun metal and tan calf shoes; all sizes, C and D widths; values $5.00 and $6.00. Anni- djo r versary Sale Price P J.U J Men's Burt & Packard and Steadfast surplus lines of gun metal calf and tan calf, with dark gray cloth and buck leather tops; well-known branded lines; English lasts only; sizes 5 and 5 , 9 y2, 10, and 10J4; regular $6.00, $7.00, and $8.00 lines. jjq OP Anniversary Sale Price SPOD Women's Shoes, Third Floor Specials r Several Tables of Women's Patent Colt, Gun Metal Calf, Black Suede, and Tan Calf Shoes; miscellaneous kinds and sizes up to 5 ; some with gray cloth tops; all Goodyear welts; Cl Q C worth $3.00 to $4.00. Anniversary Sale Price W I . O J 80 Pairs of Black Buckskin, Black Satin, and Velvet Boots, button styles; "Patrician," "La France," and other makes; worth up to 5.00; miscellaneous sizes. Anni- iljl Z C versary Sale Price .S I. OO 150 Pairs Women's Patent Colt, Guri Metal Calf, Dress Kid, some Bronze and Midnight Blue Kid, Gypsy Button and Side Lace Shoes; welt and turn in the lot; broken sizes and widths; Trt jp qualities that sell up to $6.00. Anniversary Sale Price. 'wiiD 50 Pairs of Women's Tan Calf Button Shoes, low and Cuban heels, regular and extra high cut; sizes up to Syi; values $3.50 and $4.00; welt soles. Anniversary Prt OP Cn1o Prtra '...... . . . . 9 & - OD Women's 75c Storm Rubbers, all sizes. Sale Price .s.. Anniversary CQ Boys' Shoes, Third Floor Boys' Popular English Lace Shoes, Goodyear welt; very dressy and durable; $3.00 qualities; all sizes 2 to 5J4. fljr otq Anniversary Sale Price ,. . . S'A.jy Always Ask for THRIFT CLUB CHECKS and Save 3 of Your Purchase Shoe Store 7th and D Sts. N. W. Over Lincoln National Bank Entrance on D Street. Take Elevator or Walk a. Flight and Save a Dollar or More. . nniveivaiyfle SverybodyS Shoe, . ( IN celebration of our Fourth Anniversary we are giving our pat rons the benefits of savings which are without precedent in local merchandising history. Our position as manufacturers' representatives and the fact that our upstairs location (second and third floors) gives us a very low rental and operating expenses, has made it possible for us to offer these remarkable bargains. Thousands of pairs of shoes, bearing the trade-marks of fa mous makers, have been assembled and await your selection. Come reap the benefit of these remarkable birthday savings. i! I -1, is. i-rr If ..It J ' It.' I'd (III f (rl rt rivr A.. 'rtr ) m rtr rfr Of ttn flit "J nt i m 5 Jl w Ul nt tit vt i- IT la ur 191 IB tr ta.i J ' 'IT nt . -V 428 Ninth Street MW '