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THE WASHINGTON TIMES." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEK 20.; 191S.
What Theaters Offer This Week
A. H. "Wods will present "Bust
ues Before rieasure" at Poll's Thea
bet nert week, beclnnlns Sunday
"AbaT Potash and "Mawruss" Perl
muUer; the central characters, are
familiar to theatergoers.
"Business Before Pleasure" is the
work of "Montague Glass, the noted
playwrlBht. It continues the further
episodes In the delightful and excit
ing career of "Abe" Potash and
Mawruss" Perlmutter, the former
cloak and suit partners. It Is as
movie magnates that they are pre
sented In "Business Before Pleasure."
and. as. much, literally furnish a laugh
to the line. Their experiences with
their first and only vampire is
provocative of more laughter than is
found in a dozen average comedy
The New York company will inter
pret the piece.
Hard Skin and
Magic! Peel them right off
without pain or soreness
TJnn't ctlffr! A tlnv hnttl nf
Fteerone costs but a few cents at!
any .drug store. Apply a few drops
"n the toughened calluses or "hard-
iyn t-on bottom of feet, then lift
those painrul spots right off with
VThen you peel off corns or cal
luses CTlttl rrrezonj) th Kkin hr.
neath Is left pink and healthy and
never-sore, tender or'even irritated.
Mm. Bertha. Kallch will be the at
traction at the Belasco Theater be
ginning next Monday nljht, in a new
three-act drama by Charlotte E.
Wells and Dorothy Donnelly, entitled
"The Riddle Woman."
In their choice for locale for this
play the authors selected Denmark,
the period being the present.
The theme Is Intended to disclose
a strength of will power in the char
acters employed, as well as a wonder
ful love for each other between the
The excellent cast selected to sup
port Mme. Kalich will Include Robert
Edeson. A, H Anson. Albert Brun
Ing. Frances Carson, Beatrice Allen.
Edith Latimer. Betty Bouton. Bea
trice Miller. Herbert Ransome, and
Thomas Coffin CooKe.
"The Riviera Girl," Klaw El-laager's
musical oomedy production, re
turns to the National next week.
"The Riviera Girl" Is a delightful
story by Bolton and Wodehouse, set
to charming, lilting music by Kalman
and displayed In lovely settings such
as Urban himself has seldom ever De
The cast will Include Miss Grace
Walsh, Miss Sylia de Frankle. Miss
Clara Hearr. J. Clarence Harvey.
Henry Mowbray. Barney Norton, v.
Romalne, Nelson Riley. Roy cutter.
and Prank Farlngton. as well as a
largf chorus of pretty and beautifully
B. F. KEITITS.
Valeska Suratt, of Broadway mu
sical comedy and film fame, with her
own company, will appear next week
at the B. F. Keith Theater. She will
present the sensational drama, "The
The extra added attraction will be
Hermine Shone and company, includ
ing Regan Hughstcn. in the prize
winning comedy, "The Best Sellers."
Other features will be the farceurs,
Collins and Hart as "Two Strong
Men;" Janet Adair assisted by Ml
Adelphl In -Song Definitions;" Bob
Hall, "The Extemporaneous Come
dian;" Stephen D. ORourke. "Kil
kenny's Sweetest Tenor;" Robbie
fordone in artistic lire roses: Har
ris and Morey in musical mirth: the
Hearst-Pathe news pictorial and
actual war pictures.
Cold, Congas, Croup and Catarrh
Relieved, la Two Minutes
Is your throat sore?
Have you catarrh?
Have, you a cough?
Hie jou a coldT
Hyomet Is the one treatment for all
nose, threat and lung troubles, It does
not contain any cocaine or morphine
nd all that is necessary I to breathe
it through the little pocket inhaler
that conies with each outfit.
A complete outfit costs but little at
druggists everywhere and at O'Don
nell's Drug Stores and Hyomel is
guaranteed to banish catarrh, croup,
coughs, colds, sore throat and bron
rhitis or money back. A Homel in
haler la'ts a lifetime and extra bot
tles of Hyomel can be obtained from
"The Social Maids," rated as one of!
the best attractions' on the Columbia
circuit, is listed for next week at the
The cast is beaded by that popular
pair. Stone and Plllard. two of the
best known dancing and comefy art
ists in burlesque.
They have a new vehicle entitled
"The Boys From Home." In the com-
pany are Hal Newport. Bert Bernard,
Mabelle Blake. Rose Duff In. Joe West
son and Cecil Jefferson, besides a real
beauty chorus of thirty.
"The Little Burglar." B. D. Berg's
musical comedietta, featuring JImmie
Rosen, Arnold Mays, and Gertrude
I Asher, with a company of twelve peo
ple, will be the leading feature of
next week's bill at the Cosmos Theater.
i Another musical number will pre
I sent Mr. and Mrs. William O'Clare in
j "A Breeze from Killarney." Arthur
iiigoy, me weti-Known minsirci, win
rDrlng blackface merriment and
songs; Rice and Francis, a. laughable
problem In "Mixed Metaphors;" the
Musical Martins, melodies on wood,
brass, strings, and glass, and Host's
Midget Marvels, an exhibition of
Theda Bara's picture. "Cleopatra."
will be the added matinee attraction.
Other films will Include a comedy and
the Hearst-Pathe Nens.
TRY MAGNESIA FOR
K Neutralizes Stomach Acidity,
Trpvents Food Fermentation,
Sour, Gassy Stomach and
Doubtless if you are a sufferer from
indigestion, ou have already tried
pojjttin. bismuth, suda, charcoal, drugs
and various dlgestle aids and you
know thec things will not cure your
trouble In some cases do not even
But before giving up hope and de
riding jou aro a chronic dyspeptic
just trj the effect of a little bisurated
magnesia not the ordinary commerc
ial carbonate, citrate, osidc or milk,
but the pure bisurated magnesia
which joo can obtain from practically
Hny druggist in either powdered or
Take a teaspoonful of the powder
or two coinprcssd tablets with a little
water after jour next meal, and see
what a dirfer'nc hls make". It will
instantly neutralize the dangerous,
harmful acid in tbe stomach wbirh
now causes your food to ferment and
sour, making gas, wind, flatulence,
heartburn and the bloated or heavy,
lumpy feeling that sems to follow
most everything you eat.
You will find that provided you
take a little bisurated uiagneMa Im
mediately nftr a neal. ou can fit
Imost anything and enjoy it without
anv dancr of pam or discomfort to
r.tllow ana moreovr mr- continuea
use of the binurated magnesia cannot
inlt're the S'omach in anv way so long
i thri are any symptoms of acid
A show of novelties in song and
comedy is promised for the Lccum
Theater next week in "The Pennant
Winners." the J. W. Whitehead pro
duction which will be the attraction
at the avenue playhouse.
Vivian Lawrence Is the soubretti.
while the prima donna role is carried
by Olive Morgan. Olive Christian is
the inrenue and Mabel Do rant will be
seen In an Important role.
The show is entitled "The Umon
Department Store." A typical White
head chorus, -numbering twenty-four
girls, will be a feature.
"The Girl Who Came Back," a him
version of "Leah Kleahna," will b
shown at the Columbia today and
"Viva La France," featuring Doro
thy Dalton as tlie star, will be shown
Sunday and until Thursttnr The'last
half of the week "Her Country First
is the attraction, with Vilan Martin
In the stellar role.
V M . "h
Nuxa'ed Iron increases strength
nd endurance of delicate, nervous,
run-down dodI In two weeks' time
in many instances, it has been used
and endorsed by such mn as Hon.
Islle M. Shaw, former Secretary of
the Treasury atid Kr-Governor of
Iowa. Korroer united iata senator
ana vie Presidential nominee ( hs.
A Towns; General John R Clem
Mtrllrcd). the drummer bov of
nhlloh, who was sergeant In the U
H. Army when only 11! years of age;
slao United Htal's Judge G. W At
Klnson of the court of Claims of
Washington, and others. Ask your
goetor or oruggiai auoui iu
Next week at the Garden, Sunday
through Tuesday, the offering vt ill be
"Th White Lie." starring Bessie
Barriscale; Wednesday and Thursday,
"The Stre-t of Seven Stars." picturing
Doris Kenyon; Friday and Saturday.
"That Devil Bateee." in whi-h Mon
roe Sali.-bury is cast in a French
Short teM and orchestral arr-oin
panlment complete each program
Next week at the Strand will be di-
vlded between "Italy's Flaming
Front." to be shown from Sunday
through Wednesday, and "Hobbs In a
Hurry," a fast-action comedy-drama
In which the stellar role is played
by William Russell.
"Italy's Flaming Front" depicts In
timately and vividly fie recent
debacle on the Austro-Italian front
when the Austrian drive was con
torted into a great Italian victory
The film bears Government sanction
One of the strangest chapters In
American history Is tividly presented
In the great photoplay, "Riders of the
Purple Sage." In which William Far
num will appear at the Criterion The
ater for one week beginning next
Based on the Zane Gray novel of
the same name, "Riders of the Pur
ple Sage" relates a story whose set
ting Is Utah in the early days of
tbe Mormon settlement, and gives an
Illuminating insight Into the practice
of some of the former leaders of that'
The pliy starts with the abduction
of a girl by a powerful dignitary of
the.-Mormon cult, and tells a thrill.
InJPstory of a year's long hunt by her
brother for the man who wronged her.
Back to School Soon -But to Lansburgh & Bro. First
The spirit of the times is preparedness. We have become a nation of "lookers ahead."
The American Navy congratulates itself on having had vision where the skeptics
saw only indecision. The school boy and the school girl, peering into the near
future, foresee with typical American 'insight the need for broader education and surer
preparation. They will get ahead by looking ahead.
All of which leads up to the fact that Lansburgh & Bro. has .been no- exception to tfiifc
universal demand in preparing for' school day- needs long ahead of the accepteiL
time. Come and find Lansburgh & Bro. in complete school readiness and accept thift
hint to make purchases now' in the same spirit The reasons why suggest' themijj
selves in the growing increase in costs on every side. ij
These Lists Are Far From Complete But- They Are Typical
School Clothes for Little Girls School Clothes for Manly Boys
Even though the girls don't express themselves the way the boys do, they think just as
well of our girls' clothes as the boys do of our boys' clothes.
Slisscs' all wool serce dresses;
also serge with silk combina
tion. Sizes 8 to 14 years. At
Misses' all wool serge dresses,
with organdy or satin collars.
Sizes 12, 14 and 16 years. At
' 516.93 -to $35.00.
Misses' all wool serge skirts,
pleated or shirred, with belt
anil pockets. Navy only,
sizes 12 to 16 years. At $7.50
Third Floor, Laaaburgh JL Itr.
Misses' coats, of fine all wool
cloths, in mixtures, velonr,
broadcloth or burella cloth.
Sizes 12 to 16 years. At
$17.50 to $39.50.
Children's plush coats, with
pockets, belt and large collar.
In brown or green. Sizes 8 to
14 years. At $12.75.
Children's coats of wool plush,
zibelinc or velvet. Sizes 7, 8
and 10 years At $9.95,
' $11.75 and $14.75.
Children's Kaineapes, made of
rubberized satin, with plaid
lined hood; sizes 8 to 14
years; in tan, $3.50; in navy,
Children's Raineapes, in a large
variety of styles. Sizes up
to 15 years. $4.95 to $8.50.
2 to 6 Years
Children's Corduroy Coats, in
black, navy, green or brown.
Sizes 2 to 6 years. At $6.73
Children's cloth coats of
zebeline, broadcloth, cheviots
or serge. Sizes 2 to 6 years,
at $6.95 to $16.95.
Children's hats ef velvet or
corduroy to match coats.
Sizes 2 to 6 years. At $1.50' I
Infants' short coats, of white
corduroy, in bos models or
with full skirt Sizes 1 and
years. At $3.95, $4.95 and
Infants' white chinchilla coats,
sizes 1 and 2 years. $4.95,
$5.95, $7.95 and $9.93.
Infants' colored coats, of good
quality corduroy, in copen,
tan and mode. Sizes 2 and 3
years. At $5.95 and $7.95.
School Monday Shoes Tomorrow
The'ringing of school bells means more than simply returning ''to the rule of the hie'ry stick."
To the mother it means careful thought and planning to send the young ones back to their
For this reason your children's feet should be given first consideration. If their feet are not
fitted with proper shoes, they cannot study.
A large force of skilled shoe fitters will devote themselves to the children tomorrow.
Children's, Misses' and Little Boys' "Tomy-Hawk" School and
Play Shoes, made of brown and black grained moose-hide in bluchcr
style with flexible leather soles. Sold only at Lansburgh & Bro.'s
from S3.50 to $5.50.
"Growing Girls'" and "College Girls'" Footwear, in mahogany
calfskin vamps and brown suede tops, all nut brown calfskin, ma
hogany calfskin, dull calfskin, patent leather with gray suede tops,
etc Sizes 1 to 6 and A to D, at $6.00 to $7.50.
Misses' and Children's Patent Leather or Dull Calfskin Button
Boots. Priced $2.50 to $5.30.
Boys' new mahogany calfskin and gunmctal calfskin Lace Boots
at $4.00 to $6.00.
erond Floor, Lansburgh A. Ilr.
As the boys who see tkese clothes say "there's class to 'em." When the1 boysthe
selves say that, it's about all that needs to be said.
Blue Serge Suits, $8.98,
Sixes 6 to 18 Years
When this lot is gone there will be no
more at this price. Made of all
wool blue serge, in trench and Nor
folk styles, with plain back, and belt,
all around. Full lined knickef-"
Better Suits, $10 to $20
Mackinaw Coats, $S.9S
Sizes 8 to 18 Years
A limited number to sell at this price and;
you'll convince; .yourself that -.they ire
the best value in Washington.. Ten
- different patterns to select from. Price,
Better Mackinaws, $10 to $2$
Boys' Winter Hats,
59c to $5.00
Our enlarged Hat section for
boys is ready, with assort
ments complete .We .can
. $2.48 to $0.98
Sweaters for the "little fel
lows" and "big boys" in a
largeassorijnent -of mod
els. Every desirable color.
With Short Pants. .Equal ts lait
years price, ilade.of au-wiM
Pants full lined. Sizes 2K
Juvenile Sailor Suits $12.50
With broad, full long pants. Excellently tailored, of all-wool blue serge, in re;
man-o -warsman style, with regulation insignia on sleeves. Sizes 3 to 1
yearS. , PUIli Flr. Lan.burcn Jt Bra!
Jewelry to Wear With
gold filled 7-jewel
.silver top vanity
ith five compart-
Plain or en-
engraved designs. t"C QQ
Sterling silver Dorin 1 QQ
Genuine shell cameo, with gold
shell frame and small
or large design. (JjO QO
Sterling s-ilvrr bar pin", with
white stonf (Jjl QQ
settings. At .. ?l.uO
Ilmt Fl.or, I.nnnborsh A- Jlro.
Original Modes In
Fall Millinery $5.00
There is a characteristic difference
somewhere about our hats that
distinguishes our millinery from
others in winsomeness and style
features, and there is enough i.ll
ersitv in our assortments of
modisii millinery to satisfy all
This is destined to be one of the'
best offers of the season at this
Hats made of Lyon's or Panne vel
vet, trimmed in the most ap
Special at $5.00
ftrcoad rioor, I.mnaburjch Jt Bro,
Attachable Fur Collars
r-ur collars, with cuffs .to match, with buttonholed edge, mak
ing it possible to attach them to any coat, suit, or dress
They come in Coney, Beaver, Hudson Seal, and Raccoon.
And the best part of it is the unusually low prices. It would
pay you to get a set.
Priced at $6.00, $8.75, $9.00, $10.00, $11.50,
Up to $25.00
First Fl.or, Laaabarsh t- Tlr.
A Half Dozen Specials
In Toilet Goods
Velour Powder Tads. 10c.
Munyon's Witch Hazel
Java Rice Towdcr, in all
Williams' Talc, in all odors,
Deo, a daintv deodorant,
Peerless Cold Crcan, 13c.
Flr.t Floor, l.ajixburch A llro.
Women Will Admire These Coats and Suit:
We haven't any hesitation in saying that you will take one of them hornd wit
you after you see yourself before the mirror jn a model which will exacllj
meet witn your particular taste. -
Wool Velour Coat, $39.50
A coat that you will find by comparison cannot be
duplicated. Trimmed with large Kit Coney Col
lar. Choose from all of the season's newest
colors. All sizes, 16 to 44.
Other coats at this price made of Kersey and broad
cloth, trimmed with large plush or velvet col
lars. A New Suit, $35.00
This model has just come in. Made of navy gabar
dine. Trimmed with Kit Coney collar and
cufls. Skirt of the coat is also trimmed with
Kit Coney. One of the most beautiful styles
of the reason.
Other Suits Priced Up to $200.00
Srrond Floor, I.aimhnrck Dro.
At prices that represent sav
ings. You will never see
any prettier models than
these at the same prices:
Petticoats of all taffeta or with
.Tersei'' top and taffeta ruf
fles. In black and chance
able colors. Extra P AC
Petticoats of all Jersey, with
solid or combination ruffles,
in a large variety of
models and colors.
Petticoats, of all satin or taf
feta, in assorted .solid and
changeable colore. tC QC
At ........,. 4w.w
PcttiVoats, with heatherbloom
taffeta bodice and fine qual
itv silk taffta ruffles, in
Ti lored or Hem- (JO Crt
stitched. At J0.dU
Third Floor, Ianiburch A Bro.
Silk Fringe Is
THE FALL Trimminj
Practically all the fall dresses are showing at least a touch oi
fringe. Some have tier skirts, and each tier trimmed wifrl
fringe. Others have sashes with the ends fringe trimmed
Many women are touching up their last season's dresses wUl
. ....&1 11...1.111H&, making uicia iuus. iiu.utmiy new.
Silk fringe in black and navy.
Prices $1.25 to$5.00 Yard
I irat Floor, Lonmburrh. & Bra. C
Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. 51.; Close 6 P. MA
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