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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY; SEPTEMBER 26? 1917. BAND W GREW TO (Continued from Flrit Page ) uid little Herman Sappi already had the pot bolllnr with feast for the District men Her Is what was finally spread. German pot roset. mashed potatoes, teamed corn, bread pudding and rasp berry sauce, and coffee The men supplied tljelr own amokes. Arriving; with the Washington con tlngent at Camp Meade thl morning were 00 Baltlmoreans. They were STlven a. hearty welcome by the offl cera at Camp Meade, and a stirring- re ceptlon by the Penniylvanlam already en hand. Sfce.t f.r Dixit Boys. -Kah. rah, for the Dixie boys!" That's the way some of the Penn sylvania men put it. and thafa the Way all of them Mem to feel. kJh. this Is the life and you are sure to like It!" i the assurance riven by a veteran of three days' serv ice In the- national army. It Is a great life Ihey are leading here. . strange, new world greeted the' eyes of the Baltimore and Wash ington .men. To the right, to the left, and on all sides they saw the little provisional companies drilling. What caught the eye first was the huge yellow barracks and other build ings. This brand new" city of fresh, clean timber Is so different from the old world of brick and stone that eyes stared upon it The new men filed out of the train ana took quick glances around, like sleepers waking up. Are Lined Up, Each carload of men was lined up In a column of squads as soon as the men had their feet upon the ground. Military' police, commissioned officers not assigned to commands formed an escort for the men. The roster of each district was promptly checked up and reported to at detraining onicer. ueuu toL a. a. HadselL Then Started the march alonfr the railroad track to the dusty roaa mat jeaas to tne Barracks jit Men Get Ovation. Little work was done then. The gTf,t army of workmen, running Into thbusanas, gave an ovation to the men- Sfltb 'are so near to them back horSfi "The men who have tolled and sweated at a big fat sura per hour have, many sons In the drafted forces f rohvBalttmor -and Washington. The meWKrtjij.Ptonirlvanla, who count U as .cotof" the great boons or their live thai they have the satisfaction of "laxlng the way here, were Jus1 tnodglf 'at home to feel their reepoi stblltty As hosts They shouted luetl After wash-up and dinner the men-entered upon their military training by learning how to answer roll call. Then follow the medical xAinlqations. -yter the examination will come tha liyphold Inoculation and the smallpox vaccination. So far only abodt 3 per cent of the men have been classed as doubtful by the ex ami n era. The doubtful men will be handled by specialists when the specialists srrive at the base hos- pltL. .! It Camp. The TO ig from many parts of Usrj-lan- and the District today wllljoln the great force of 14.000 men already enrolled here. There will be many more arrivals tomor row.'tnd the latter part of the week. These arrivals will complete the first 15 pertent. Then will come the oth rs4o complete the quota of 40.888. The buildings which the District men: Till occupy sre In the N sec tlon. There is no final significance In Oi act that Washington men wllf1. attached to a machine gun outfit, and Baltimore men to an infan try brigade. There will be extensive transferring of men according to preference and special abilities. BAKER AT CAMP MILLS Iff HMST-PATHE NEWS The -Hearst Pathe News No 78, re leased today, shows Secretary of War Baker, at Camp Mills reviewing the "Rainbow Division," the vanguard of the -new army. Hew the American engineers will soon be constructing America's de tenses' abroad and how foundations are laid for gun platforms are shown la this film. Thrilling scenes of the automobile races at Sheepshead Bay, X. Y . as famous speed demons shatter records at 110 miles an hour are pictured. Toe war pictures show the victor lous Italian army, which has heroi cally, driven Austrlans from their Alpine strongholds. General Cadorna, tha Idol of Italy, Is seen at the front But a stone's throw from the scene St battle Queen Wilhelmlna is shown penlhg a momentous session of the Dutch parliament A fashion fantasy closes the film. ART CRAFTSMEN CALLED TO CAMOUFLAGE WORK Artists, sculptors lsndscspe paint ers and photographers are being re cruited for the first camouflage com pany, which Is Jetnr organised at the engineer camp at American Unlversl ty for overseas' service. Tn addition to the -volunteers already in the com pany. 100 mechanics, metal workers, scene painters and carpenters will be enrolled from among drafted men at the Taphank, I I. cantonment. The camouflage company will be sent with one of the next detach menta of engineers sent abroad to apply the new art of warfare in re ductal the visibility of trenches, field batteries, aero hangars, and other tar L getifor enemy airplanes. 1ICTIN ; AT ADMIRAL "Foreign Legion" of Washington and Man y'j.-iiS XsttaS V Sf " -tJct, ivUdmrflF Jfcl ? TEFt '&ifftBCssaaflsflRfl I 4Vl - S-j&.-snnnt t iCfr sflfllnnnnsv sJss ' sWThi JisaHife ii 1 lin annnnnnnnnnnnnnB BBKBBn3flBaB43SKMBSBnDBSSSBSg7flBt SBBBBBBHBKP'SSSHKKBnBBBBBBB9S I 3?BSBBBBBBBBBb9sBBCBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBb! EilisBaBBaBzsaaSBBBSssBisaBBaBwiiBBBnM bHbIbsIbsHpJbIbsIbsIbVIbIbsIbsIBvIbHbHbK ElssBsBnnnnEl!Bnnnnnnnnn' sBsnnnVsfAmnamV IsnnVRJssnnnnnnnnnnnnnMismnmnamnmnmnH ansnSsnnnnEijusnnsnnmnasbBnannannsn Left to right: Thomas Moore (Irish); George C. Fotiades (Turkish); Hajrop Mushekiftn (Turkish); Samuel Rubenbaum (Austrian); Isadore Klins (Russian); John Sullivan (Russian), and Joaquin Lastra (Spanish). These boys who left for Camp Meade today, call themselves "Washington's Foreign Legion." THOUSANDSTHRONG TO UNION STAIN TO CHEER ROOKIES (Continued from First Page ) permitted to go through the gates. Most of the farewells were said at the homes of the men. Commissioner Brownlow and Dan iel Donovan, acting adjutant general for the District draft, were at the station to cheer the first of the draft army on Its way. The fifty-four men, of Division no. as they marched from the Franklin School In their first essay, at military lormauon. were neaaea oy jv. jj. wai- son There were only twenty-three men in the contingent from Division No. 7. and it was decldjd not to march to the station. Uercnan, ,But Would Take Kaiser. In the marchlrig contingent from Franklin School there was every va riety of dress from khaki to overalls. Klrst Lieutenant Kuhlmeitr. of the dental reserve corps, wore, his natty ! knsKi wiin me snouiaer oar. ai though commissioned, he had not been called Into acthe service, and went to camp with the men until his orders come. Some of the men went dressed In their best, carrying bags and suit cases In which they will express back their clothes. Others wore the old est clothes they could scrspe to gether, following the suggestion made by General Crowder. ho assured the dratted men they would not be Judged bv the clothes they wore to ramo. One man wore corduroy irourers and ' an old sweater. X Trlt.ei PV.trIrlr rtnArh anrf ' Charles. Buck B&tto,' who In. private lite are motion picture operators, packed their belongings In a highly decorated traveling bag "Berlin bound" was the Inscription on one side of the bag. "I'm German." said Gooch. "but I'd sure like to capture the Kaiser" Joaquin Lastra, a natlxe of Spain, was the first alien in the District to waive his right to exemption as an alien Although a subject of the na tlon with wlhch the United States was at war in ISO, Lastra Insisted on be ing accepted as a o!dlr of the draft army, tie passea a iuu per cent per feet physical examination CsnsJdcr J3 , Hoodse. One man In the Division 1 detach ment, Clarence Matchett. carried with him a wound sustained at th capture of Vera Crux, when he vas in one of the marine detachments "They can shoot me again If they give me a chance on the other tide." he told some of his new comrades There was a -shout when the men marched through the train shed to find that their train was on "track No 13" "Bad luck for th Kaiser." a rookie shouted "It's th President s lucky number and gcod enough for us." jelled another Rudolph Santelmann. son of the leader of the Marine Band, was In charge of the detachment from Divis ion No 7. "Get to the station any wav you please." h told n s men as they left Western High School, where they as simMed at 6 30 for tail loll call Charles M McCann the I me news paper man In the first contingent, look a t&xlcsb Commissioner Brownlow tood on tli sUtion platform until the lasL toach of the draft special pulled out. "I'm proud of the District's new ol dlers. proud of their inlriotK spirit and their pluck." he said. Eighty-three To CZo Tomorrow. The movement of the District draft ed men to Camp Mead will continue until the first 45 per cent of th- Dis trict s fiuola is filled Tomorrow morning eightj -three more men will go. fortv-fi.e Irotn."'.' .. k. ,,...,.. .. division :o 1. with headquarters at the Dunbar High School, and thlrt eight from division No 3, with head AMUSEMENTS Continuous 1P.M. toll P.M. Held Over Another Week to Accommodate the Large Crowds mkzzmrwtt ta:' ".S I' Vivid and Thrilling Motion What They Say About These Wonderful Pictures! Rep. S. H Dent A wonderful production. The work of aircraft and trench warfare vividly portrayed. tlp. Henry T Ralney Best war pictures I have ever seen Rep W R. Green- Very useful to persons like mself, who hav Irgis Ulive duties. Every one should see It. Rep E W Saunders The Verdun films at jour theater ar th most vivid and interesting ever presented In Washington This Advice Applies to Soldiers Leaving Washington Today Passages from a Letter Written by Judge E. Rockwood Hoar to His Son, Samuel Hoax, Who Had Just Started for the Civil War The extracts printed btlow, from a letter written by an eminent Massachusetts judge to his soldier ton, arc noii being sent by the United Slates Government to men neivly drafted for the national army and to volunteers, m the hope that it will serve as an inspiration to them in the struggle against Germany. CONCOBD, Mass., DecJ5, 1862. My Dear Boy: 1 did not have the opportunity I had hoped to talk with you last evening and, therefore, take this opportunity, when we are sending you your mittens and the envelopes which you forgot, to give you a few last words of affectionate counsel from home. 2jr One of your first duties as a soldier will be to take all the care you can of your health. The firmer that is, the better you will be able to do any service, or undergo any fatigue, required of you. To preserve your health, you must try to lead as regular and temperate a life as is possible. I hope you will not try to avoid your full share of labor, danger, or exposure, where cither is necessary or called for. Take every proper occasion for bathing your whole body and scrupulously regard your personal cleanliness, no matter how much trouble it may give you. Have nothing to do w'Si spirituous liquors of any kind. Take your food as regularly as you can get it, and neither eat im moderately nor go a long time without food, if you can avoid 'it. Especially be careful not to eat to excess after long fasting. I hope you will never disgrace yourself by any profaneness or obscenity, and will avoid all conversation and companions where they are practiced or allowed. Try to preserve a cheerful and contented spirit and encourage it in others. Bear hardships without grumbling and always try to do more, rather than less, than your duty. You will have occasion to be patient much oftener than to be brave. The duty of a soldier is unquestioning obedience but, beyond this, I hope you will cultivate a kind, respectful, and considerate temper toward your officers. I hope you are going with a love for your country and your cause, and with- a determination to be faithful to every duty you have under taken. My "boy, you bear the name of one who, to theVnd of hikllon-" ored life, never shrunk from a duty, however painful, nor from a danger to which duty called him. Be sure that you do no discredit to it! Neither by cowardice, by falsehood, by impurity, by levity, nor by selfishness. Remember always your home and your friends those who will welcome your return with pride and joy if you shall come "back in virtue and honor; who will cherish your memory if, faithful and true, you have given up your life; but to whom your disgrace would cause a pang sharper than death. Remember your obligations to duty and to God. And may these thoughts keep you from tempta tion and encourage and strengthen you in danger or sickness. And now, my dear boy, 1 commend you to God and to the power of His grace. May God bless and keep you. Think of your Heavenly Father in health and in sickness, in joy and in sorrow. Go to Him for strength and guidance. You are very dear to our hearts and your absence leaves a great place vacant in our home. If it be ac cording to His will, may you come back to us in safety and honor, but whatever is before us, may His mercy and love be ever with you and His grace be sufficient for you. With deep affection. Your father, E. R. HOAR. Samuel Hoar, Corporal, 48th Regt., Mass. Volunteers. .rtr. .1 the city postofflce The men from No I have been ordered report for retreat roll call at the old Central High School. Seventh and O streets northwest, at 4 o clock, and the No 3 conscripts will report at the city postofflce at the same hour " The eighty-three men w no will start tomorrow will be permitted t' rflend tonight at their homes and assemble tomorrow morning ai fl.30 to entrain for Admiral and Join the two detach ments sent as an advance puard to day. congressmen'will address patriots ConKressmen Focht of ivnnyivania land Kmerson, of Ohio, will be among the speakers at a patriotic platform i nicrtui), !, t sisu -Htitv 01.1.11.11 at 3 o clock at tne ursi tlonal Ohuroh. Tenlh and northwest ongrega I i stre-tsl AMUSEMENTS CASINO F St. At 7th St. REALLY tS Picturea of the Present War. ? dU.S. TO GUARD AGAINST IMPORTATION OF SPIES 1.0NDON Sept SB. Strictest pre cautlonr will be taken In the future to prevent spies from gaining pas sage on vessels bound for the United Male Robert r. Skinner the Ameri can consul general, has been Instruct ed bv Serrelar) of Slate Lansing to require from all seamen on such ves sels passports that shall prove their ldentlt Each passport must bear a photo of the holder Seamen falling tn hold such papers will he detained on rcahflng the United Stales AMUSEMENTS jOT BIG DOUBLE BILL Mats.i5c STRAND Eres 25c AM. THH WEEK OTAdiled Attrsrtlonta First Authentic Tlcturc af KERENSKY Th Man at (he Hour" sad the RUSSIAN REVOLUTION GoldsTyn Present's MADGE KENNEDY In the Scream In Comedy BABY MINE Stuff Pltnoi Utd Eicluitvtlr liM: GARDEN ILL": TODAY LAST TIME Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne In s thrilling Drama at the 'West THEIR COMPACT rathe e Vaaal CAmedita. Stuff Planet IHM Kxcluvlvtly. Who Took Troops to Camp 2nftJc7!V (TsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsV'sBBBUHisBBBSBB'-'ft MsBsC lssSsV 4SSBBBbT 9?SBBBBBBBBBbI SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsBsSaSSsPfr J& XNSlljL BSSsBBNaY JraaHtlisBsSBBBBBBBBBBBBESBBBBBBBBBl isssssWlisTW bS(SBBbK''?SEISBBBBBBBBBBPsBSbL' ' SBBBBBBsi ritssWsflsBBBsMalSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflsBB '"I ;?H T&?MsBVVdsVBrVlsBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr .- ? K.-.-t .-., y.- r.f.ssssrtsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss. - . TAXfP.Q PhWABn WITSfTV In charge of the First division detachment from the time it left Washington' until it reported at Camp Meade. CATHOLIC CHAPLAIN HOPES FOR MORE HELP The local branch of the Catholic War Relief Service has raised a fund of several thousand dollars to enter tain soldiers in the camps and can tonments near "VVashinrton, and on Thursday night will be host to the boys In khaki at an entertainment and dance at Carroll Hall. Lieutenant Kelly, of the Tenth New Tork Infantry, chaplain at Camp Meade, gave an Inspiring talk to the members and made i.n appeal for ex tra chaplains to help carry on his work. He stated that mass, was held Sunday In the T It. C A building at the cantonment, and the building was crowded to Its capacity, with as many more outside unable rn gain admit tance, even with only 10 per cent of the men yet In camp SOLDIERS SEIZE PLANT WHEN LIGHT IS REFUSED CAMP SHERMAN. Chllllcothe. Ohio. Sept. 26. Armed guards today are in charge of the electric light plant fur nishing current for Chllliccthe and Camp Sherman The plant was seized yesterday by military authorities following an or der by Chllllcothe city authorities to cut oft the electric light current to Camp Sherman. In order that Chill cothe street lights might b fur nished with power. AMUSEMENTS GAYETY THE SHOW OF THE INIMITABLE COMEDIAN EHi&S fmptrPr BVi.tjr-i,i-l.J"- r 5:: ma (IV jX$f w- ',tv ;& vi .r " r rr'rfv l. -? -JX.$ , 4 Pras !. SAM SI DM AN SURROUNDED BY GIRLS THREE CAPITAL YOUTHS ENTER NAVAL ACADEMY Three Washington young men are members of the class of 1021. which, with 740 members, is the largest In Naval Academy history, which began academic work at Annapolis yester day.' They are William B. Fletcher. Jr. 1323 Twenty-first street north west; Edwin G. Fullinwlder. On tario apartments, and Renvvlek S. Me Iver. 203 O street northwest With th. other three classes at An napolis the enrollment Is brought to 1,433, the largest ever brought to gether at the Naval Academy This total Is almost as large as the total of all four classes at the Academy five years "ego. despite the fact that In ad dition to the regular class of ISr graduating In June, a special class of 109 members was graduated In June, a year ahead of schedule tlm studeMTiticerTcan wear service ribbons The War Department officially de creed today that students In officers' training camps ar members of the military fore of the United States, and are entitled to wear campaign badges frr service rendered In pre vlous wars The decision determines the mooted question as to the statu" of student" In training camps and gives them the recognition accorded regular arm) members AMUSEMENTS THE $2.00 STAR OF BURLESQUE IN HIS OWN SHOW ENTITLED 'Circus."Town" E REDUCED TO 19, TO SERVE AT 21 The Army League, claiming to be .backed by the army genroJ staff, to day advocated Immediate amendment ofjhe selective draft law to Include youths of nineteen and twenty. ,mOng the officers nf this organ ization ar. Joseph Letter, president; ex-President taft, honorary Ie president: Jerry Belmont, Or. William T- Hofrixday, gild Benjamin Ida Wheeler.' Yle president, and Clark Howell, aeors-Wl C Dfexit. Thomss Nelson Page. Cot George Truesdelt, and Gen. Johb 'JL, Johnston, members of the executive counlb Civil War Amy's Age. The league says that the general staff thinks that these", bpys are needed and, should be conscripted and put Jn tralnlng-at one ib Insure tri umphal closing" of the European war. Assectlng thit youtbV of this age have played vitally Important parts In previous wars, the- league- quotes Lieut Gen. i JLE. Young's state ment, gleaned from tne records Of the War Denaftment. mm lo "as-em" of 'sol diers In the. civil war. These ari: Boys ten years of age. and under, !3,-eleven or urfdery 33; twelv. US; inirieen, 4uu; lourieen. iuu nueen. iiH.srs,: sixteen. 3i.air . savenueh. 844.091: etshuen.- -1,101.433.' twenty ons. 2.150,784; twenty-twfr'and oVer. 40,82o. -To keep down, the, expenses- of con ducting the war," said the league's statement, "the Government should avoid as far as possible the calling of men with dependents. Even at great er cost It Is doubtful 'Whether as msny men can be, secured between the ages of, twenty-one and thirty-one as win be available between nineteen and twenty-one. T Serve When Twenty-. The amendment could be -so' framed that the men called out under it would not be placed In active military service until they have, reached the age of twenty-one, t , . "The time that has been consumed In putting Into effect the existing law should convince any one who has beta watching the progress or our prep arations for war that Congress should take up this legislation, immediately." KAISER SAYS FERDINAND. IS RENEGADE OF FAMILY AMSTERDAM,. Sept. SS.Branding King Ferdinand of Roumanla as "the reengade who at the time-when Ger many was engaged In a terrible war. Joined the enemies of the empire," Emperor William recently addressed the veterans of the 1018 campaign in Roamanla, according to a Berlin re port. He referred to King Ferdinand as a member of the house or Hohenzollern who has broken faith, and after dis cussing the "eternal mirkcle of Ger man strength." declared that the avenging hand of the Judge above us has sealed the fate of this ruthless former friend. "What the Lord of Hosts may stTH have In stoie, we do not know, but, come what may. we are able confi dently to look the world In the face. We did no: will this war and. If It Is to be prolonged. It Is not our fault"! SUGAR PLANTERS TO CONFER. Food Administrator Hoover an nnnnp.' tmliV that within a few dsys he would Issue a call for a confer ence th Washington between the In ternational Sugar Commission and a large group of Cuban planters to reach a definite agreement on the price of sugar far next year's crop. AMUSEMENTS All This Week SHOWS MAN MELODY WANTS DRAFT AG AIRMAHTHglLLS ' ALLUGTH . FAREWELLFLIGHT While thousands of people watch ed from the roofs of downtown build ings. Emllo Resnatl. the Italian flight-. lieutenant. Swung' his big Capronl hi. plane ud from Potomac park ii- o'clock. this morning and for thi y ramuics ne aaxziea the city aerial thrills before he faded a. Into th. south an a 19ft-.ii - to.Vorfolk. "'" 3 Theoretically, 'the Italian -4-stroyed.' the eiftire downtown sect, -a ofwashlngton. He circled the Mot . meat, he swept over the floe bultdlti In th. Mall, h ini.irf ka... .v.. . flCIn the downtown streets and thr s he left bis smoke trail above Us Whit House and the Suit, War a Navy building. It was an object lesslon In aefl warfare, though the Italian dropp no bombs. His flight was also x farewell to Washington, for tl Italian and his plane hive been he. here since Saturday, the day he sha. tered a portion, of the Caproni id ft roughspoe In Potomac Park. From the roof Of the White House, members or the President's hout hold, including Otrs. Wilson, watched the; Italian lieutenant flip from end to end of the city. Cabinet officers left their work and also watched a the big Capronl wheeled ud turned and rose tnd fell to the touch of the Italian's hand. ResnaU "tul-ed" hfs plane from the .tArftns nnlnt fn . ia,!HAr i.h.siu where It Meed the sooth, and at 10:15 o'clock the machine look id the air. He roa. over the Tidal Basis. swung about the Monument, about 400 feet up, and then turned north over the Ellipse and the White House.. noon ui inunaer or itesnau's en gines proclaimed his return, and fbr ten minutes more he rushed back and forth through the sky. first at 600 feet and then again at 300 feet The roofs of the downtown section, including tha State, War, and Navy and other Government buildings, rapidly turned black with the masses At people watching the flight, The hands on the downtown clocks were touching 10:48 o'clock; when Resnatl- with M f.-Ar.lt wa a iti. hand, stormed through the air above ui. suit, war, ana navy funding, swept across the Ellipse, bore to the west Of th- UAnnriitRI . .dMJI out for the open river. 300 CHICAGO SALOONS QUIT. SOO saldons will fall to apply for new ubi nmr. .nov.moer 2. and- Chi- CSS-O .111 lAa tn ... .,- ISfM 000 thereby, according to City Comp- wviivr .rift., n. saia mat 9130,009 will also be lost In taxes, the total being about $1,000,000. s AMUSEMENTS BEL A SCO -"": -.- . T aJWW AIllBO tuuai, as3 ft H3o DAVID BELA3CO PrcMJtta "TIGER ROSE" JU?J ejestjcertawvwt By W1LLARD JtACK. Ha., PUtUcsilah.g Cast, JIEXt WEEK SEATS TVOTV- THE Bin HPSlCAL IfCCEIf. Presented Use rear In "few Tens, BANCIM EVERY NrlHT 'iJT TOX1GHT pntZE tv.q nft n WALTZ W.VU GOLD CEJCTRAL COUfEPM. rth St. at Ftaaa. Ave.X. t1. Prts. Dances Bvtry Kltht tady Tsaaserm. TSTjyjo Taalcnt. Sil. Matinee Tttes. Than' tat. 34 Me. Ifet a Kevins; Pie tare. ' JAMES A. HEJtVS Hrtst Play af Heart and Basse. "SHORE ACRES" 4 Act, of Path. Thrills and Cmj Next Week -.BrlBglna- Up Father. LOEWS COLUMBIA Continuous. 10 JO A. L to 11 P. . Uom.. Alt., 10c. lie. NUMs. ion. ISe. So. OW PLAYING MARGUERITE CLARK m "Bd. Diwy" ARCADE U f isa Park Rm. Refined dancing- at popular prices. Washington's most popular DANCE PALACE. Ladles Free Tomorrow Xlcht, Dancing yre. ctll p. M. N A I lUNAL Mat. SC at SO The Metier Ce.1. Orlainal and Only PredaetJea The Garden if Allah 100 Peeplj 100 Arabs, Camels, Hones. Donkeys XEXT WEEK Ml Springtime B.F.KEITH'S; TWICE EVERY DAY "IIOLLI CKIS G HERALD. SEO. McKAY&OTTIEARDINE Ceonje Whiting A Sadie Burt C2REATER MORGAN DANCERS Ra. Eloanor Bait. The Eledmans. Otaara. Nest The OfSelal Ooo.ooo mm ef '"tno Rstreat off tho OOTmsos at the 3atl. of Arras." and 9 all-star acts. Usual Snoir. Hour, sad Pries. Buy Seats Now. PUBLIC LECTURE Under the Auspices of the Theo- sophlcal Society. By rtl. Rev. James I. Wedsnveod. Presiding TBishop of the Old Catbolls tnurcn in tne .uriusn Empire. At nauill. Temple Hall. t and B" ttM. IT. AV. Im, Wednesday. Sept. 3d "Man's gslrtt. oal Psvfers and How They Axs Un folded." This it Dr. 'WMirwaod'e'' onty puhlla Public Invited No ChArs; for- Admit- i.uuq vuiirc.ion. RAfltPRA I T'A'T 3l3s P. JL WASHINGTON vs, GHtGAGO UanniaiVn Ticket Otflee. 13' V U0ea frtis 30 tei-X P. MJ& .,