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SATURDAY EVENING. JAN. 16.1909.
Local Matters.
Sun and Tide Table.
8u*_ rises tomorrow st 7.17 and sets at 6.04
High ,-ater at 3.86 a. ru snd 3 59 p. m. _ _,
Weather Probabilities.
For thia section heavy snow, petaitaly
titruiuf- into rain; warmer tonight, Sunday
rain or snow, followed by geuer. lt fair Sun?
day, iissrly stationt-ry te?j?-r. lure; biisk to
hiffb eaat rly, shiftit.y tn northwetterly
wiridt.
SURPRISE PAR. Y
A delightful surprise i arty, io honor
ol M ss Ethel Dix, wsb given last night
at ber r-aideoce on south Fiir'ax street.
Games wer.a h dulled in during the
evening and r^ft-eehinpnts were * ere ed.
Tbe young ladies present were : Musca
Bdra M Krone*, HazM Ale, B-stie
Phillips, Vr-rna B 'tie, P,ar| S hwirz
naio, Flma Haotznoo, Lur-s ni b,
Jennie Sjii h, Riche I SI nih, Mellie
Onauncey, Oatherine A'uold and E bel
M. D x and the young men were Mes-rs.
Charles Dobie, John K i_ht, J bn
Mullen, James Rose, R_>mend Pom ll,
David Arnold, Harry Ctupmm, F.ee
_ian Mansfield ?->d Elmer Them*, soo.
tX)RPORATK)N COUR l\
[Judge L. C. Barley presiding.]
Gao. T. Za.hary by his oex Int nd,
G W. Zichsry, rs. W., A. & Mi. V.
By. 0?.; snit for damages for injuries
claimed tc hsve been sna'a'ned tn an
accident on Febroary 27 last; case dis
missed.
Philip L-stetman, guard ao, v Hen?
rietta Le-terman et al.; deere-* rn firm?
ing sale oi property No. 119 Wolfe
street to G. E Msrkell and of pr .petty
Nea 407 aod 409 Prince steed to L. tnd
S Bsodbeim, snd appointing J. M.
Johnson commissioner to convey the
property. __________
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES.
Evangelistic services will be continued j
nest week in Trinity M. E Church.
Tbe f'.l)<iwin_ ministers will be present:
Rev. J. B Sivier, psstor of the Second
Presbyterian Cburcb, on Moods;, Ber.
S M. Alford, psstor of G ace M E.
Church, Washington, on Tuesday; Rev.
E. H. Lasxa-*, pts'or of Wilson M morial
M. E. Church, Washington, on Wedoes
dsy; Rev. Frsnk Thompson, paster of
Langdon M. ?. Church, on Thorsdsy;
Rev. C. D. Bolls, psstor of M. E.
Church South, on Friday.
S Jr vices commence at 7 ?80 p.m. A
cordial invitation is exceeded to all.
OPERA. "HOUSE.
The Opera J! ...*> was crowded last
night and the .... * was tbe bet-t tbat
oonld possibly be offered tba people.
The vaudeville part of the programme
was first clsss and tbe pictures were
simply graod. Tooight the matag-ment
promises a change of vaudeville and an
entire charge of pictures. Thens wbo
wish to pass an enjoyable eveuiug can
do so hy attending tbe performance at
tbe Opera House tonghi. John Hanson
and Josephine Bonnet will be therewith
a new sketch. Ths wooden shoe dancers
will also delight the uidienee once more
Io fact everything put on will be of tbe
first order.
CHAMBER OF CUM MEROE.
The monal meeting of tbe board of
directors of tbe Alexandr a Chamber of
Commerce wae held last night, Mr.
Jobn T. Johnson, of the Robert Port
nar Brewing Corni aiy, wes tl:cw d pres?
ident to succeed Mr. W. A Smoet, jr.,
wbo tad served three terms, tba limit
preecrioed by tho by-laws of the o gani
zttlon. Mr. A. D Brockttt *a-< elect-d
vice presiden*, to succeed Mr Johnson
Mr. J. T. Pres on, tbe set-re ary tad
treasurer and all ot .er iiffioerd wera re?
elected. __
ALABMOFFIRE.
Tbe alarm of D'e late yester lay
evening wss caused by a tl'tght b'azs in
a boose near the southwest corner of
Qieen and Patrick streets. A rack on
which clotbes bsd been placed was
staidicg niara but (tove when a dog
In running into the norn overtorned
the tack ft fell on the stove a id ig?
nited the garments. Tbe flan-s "roe
soon extinguished by neighbor, wbo
rushed into the honer.
ELITE PICTURE 00
Tbe Elite Picture Company gave its
patrons a big show ja<t night aod al?
though tbe weather wss not the bes*.
the house was crowded. Miss Chrissie
Waltham, in ber coon and I* -h soogs,
wss highly appreciated, as she never
fails to please ber hearers The picture,
were very floe. Tonight there will he
aa entire chang*, producing th. kind of
pictures that you like to see.
THE YOUNG MEN'S SENATE.
A largely ettended session of the
Yoong Men's S-oa'e wat held li st night.
Preaident H. Noel G mer presided aod
Senator 8 arnell wat journal clerk.
lt was decided to bold tbe next session
Jannary Sri h at which time changes in
tbe ooDSlitotlon and by-'aws will be con?
sidered. All senators will be notified of
tbis meeting. _
FUNERAL.
Tbe funeral of tbe late Wellogt n
Doon, who died Wednesday night, tock
place tbis morning from ths r si dence,
423 Oameron street. Rev. J. R. envier,
Stator of ibe Second Pr-sbyterao
burch, officiated. The interment was
la Arlington cemetery. The pallbearers
were Messrs. Jsmes T. Paterson, J?*ses
Patersoo, R. H. Wa ties aad Prank
PuUln'
REVIVAL MEETING1.
Revlvsl meetings will be continued
in the Free Methodist Church during
the rooming week. Rev. E SboJp aod
wife, also Rsv. J. P. B-odbead, miss'on
ary Iron A'rics, will be present next
Thnrsdsy night to assist the pastor,
Rev. Joho Cavraogb. Numbers of
persons bave manifested interest in ibe
meetings, daring the week.
TBE MAN WHO WOULDN'T RUN.
Rev. Dr. Robert M. Moore, pastor of
Fonndry Mnhodht Epirc pal Church,
Wssbington, will addrar-a the men's
meeting in '"oe Young People's Bonding
tomotnw afternoon at 8:80 o'clock.
Dr. Moore's aohjasci will bs. "The Man
Who Wouldn't Ran." All men in?
vited. _
Tbe Red Croea Suoes fort oder feet
Tbe ladles who wear ihe Red Cross
Shoe always wear a smile. Slid ody
by J. A Msrshsll A Bro., 422 King
street.
THE POB-STATION.
Tbe acaibwest Wsthiogtoo railroad
substation site problem has been settled.
The structure will be located st tbs south?
east corner of Maryland avenue and
S.venlh street. Thru tbe final chapter
has been written in a controversy which
divided the board of D s net Commits
stoners, which sent tbe Pennsylvania
Railroad to the courts to annul an order
of tbe commissioners, snd which hss
been the source of much vexations delay
for thousand* of commuters from Vir?
ginia, 'lbs site problem hss been de?
cided in fsvor of Commissioners Mac
far'and aud West, as against former Com?
missioner Morrow and tbe Pennsylvania
Railroad. Tte end of the dispute is all
tbe more eigoificant in that it rame on
the lott a ive of the railroad company.
The Pennsylvania Railroad recently won
a decision which apparently gave them
the right tn build on Foor'eentb street.
It was at this juncture tbat the South?
ern Railway placed an entirely new as
peet upsn the long drawn-out contra
v. ray. "We have the most st stake,''
said the.Smihern. "The Pennsylvania
dues not have a single passenger (rein
slopping io tbe southwest section Wei
carry thousands ot suburbanites into
Washington from Virginia. There is
no doubt tbat a Seventh sreet station
will be vastly more convenient for them
aod far rasier for ob. Seventh street ls
the nstnral rsdistlng point for ths out
B'de traffic." The Southern won Its
point, and the plaoa were informally
?sketched out yesterday, a'tsr they were
approved by Commissioner West and
Engineer Commisaiooer Cosby. Tbe
plana provide for a long narrow, elevated
p'atform, level with the railroad tracks,
running along Maryland avenue, and a
? tiirsay and a sobwsy tunnel leading to
a commodious walting room lo Seventh
street. There ls s general similarity be?
tween this plan snd tbat of the transfer
?talion of the anbway and elevated roads
In New York. All crossing of tracks is
eliminated. A waiting room ls provided
a' tbe ground level, with protection from
the soot snd cinders of passing traina,
especially freight trains.
PERSONAL.
Oommiseioner H. B. F. Macfarlsod of
Washington will deliver an address in
he interests of tbe Civic Improvmsnt
League at Lee Camp Hall tonight at
J o'clock. All those interested in tbe
Movement are cordially invited to be
present.
Miss Nettie L. Henshaw is visiting
-rs. Robert Richardson, of PikSavllle,
Md.
Rev. W. F. Wa'son, pastor of tbe
Baptist Ohorch, will preach tomorrow
morniog at ll o'clock oo "lessons from
auder the juniper tree." At 7:30 o'clock
it night his subject will be, "To whom
msy a man go In trouble,"
Mr. James P. Brady, chief clerk of
he U. S District and Circuit Courts'!
ass completed tbe inspection of the books
n tbe office of U. S. Commissioner Gar?
nett in this city and found everything
atisfactory. Commissioner Garnett was
:ongratnlated on the condition of bis
4m.
Mrs. Richard Gibson and Miss
j eerala French, of Alexandria, are tbe
guests of tbeir sister, M-s. 0. R. How
ard, at Kenmore.?[Fredericksburg
lourcal.
The Junior Euchre Oinb held its week
y meeting on Thursday evening at Miss
Courtney Qreenough's residence, where
hey were very charmingly entertained.
rite prize winners were Miss Clarence |
Snowden and Mr. T. 0 Smith.
POLICE COURT.
[Justice H. B. Caton presiding.]
The following cases were disposed of
this morning:
Charles R. Anders ai, colored, charged
witb bigamy, bad bis case continued un?
til Mot-day.
Wm. Rsmey, colored, charged with
itealiug coal from the Southern Railway
Dompariy, bad his case continued.
Wm. Jackson, colored, charged with
I'ealing rops from Cnaa. Speiss, wss
fined $10.
A white man, chsrged with stealing
clothes, had bis case continued until
Tuesday,
Anea Hsrsis, colored, charged with
abusive language towards Georgie Ltne,
slso colored, was dismissed.
THE WEATHBR.
The weather becsme cold again last
night with spits of snow at an early
hour tbis morning. The mercury bsd
fa'len to 80?.
About nine o'clock flakes began to
fall thick aod fsst and continued for
some lime. The snow wss followed by
hail A cold northeast wind accompa
nied the snowfall.
ALEXANDRIA AMUSEMENT CO
There will be a big show at this bonse
tonight?one of the largest aeen for a
long lime. Five reels of the best talk?
ing pietures ever witnessed will be put
on and also some floe silent pictures.
It will te s good night to get in out of
the weslher and at tbs same time bs
highly entertained.
SUES FOR DIVORCE.
Snit for absolute divorce upon statu?
tory grounds was filed in Wssbington
yesterday by Ray 0. Hoover against
Minnie Hoover The couple wera roar
red in Alexandria November 2, 1908.
Hoover temporarily resides at Atantlc
Oity. ____________
SANITARY FLOOR COVERINGS.
A representative ot the Dandee Man?
ufacturing Comrany, of Scotland, is in
Alexandria to cill on the ladies with
the latest designs in rtvsralble sanitary
rugs aod art squares.
CIRCUIT COURT FOR COUNTY.
[Judge J. B. T. Thoroton, presiding.]
Oom. vs. J. E. Green, colored, in?
dicted for the murder of Charles Massey,
also colored, jory snd case in progress.
FOR THE SUFFERERS.
A collection will be taken np tomor?
row at all the services st St. Mary'i
Church for the benefit of the earthquake
sufferers in Sicily.
Buy your boy a psir of Storm King
Boots-Mbe high top fellows? tbat'i
what the boy wants?from Jobn A.
Marshall A Bro., 422 King street
I vanh.v-ncon half shell. Chaf
LJliniVeBS ing dishes Broiled
o. toast, and BRIL 1/8 Celeb at*d Bangle
Fried at the OPERA HOD8E CAFE.
Oben-) atone Clams
Steamed Oysters Tooight.
Don't Take tb* Risk.
When yon bave a bad congi, i r cold
do not let lt drag aloog nntil it becomes*
chronic bronchitis, or develops Into a i
attack of pneumonia, but give il the at?
tention it deserves snd get rid of it.
Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aod
you are sore of prompt relief. From s
smsll beginning the tala aad use of this
prepa-atioo baa extended to all parts of
the Uoited States and to irany foreign
countries. Its rosny remarkable cures of
coogbs sod colds have woo for lt tbis
wide r.'pota ion aad extensive use. Sold
by W. F Creighton A Go. and
Richard Gibson.
The Hess Hopkins FOOT FORM
8HOES makes llffi s pleaure. S>ld
only by J. A Marshall A Bro., 422 liing
street. _____________
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Tbs pulpits of the several churches of
this city will be filled tomorrow by tbe
resident clergy.
Samuel Dorsey Philip*, of Pal's
Church, who w s recently adjodge I in?
sane snd sent to the Western -ta e Hos
pltsl st Stsonton, died at tbat institu?
tion yesterdsy.
The steamer Harri Randall broke her
shaft while some distance down the
river yesterday. She -patted op tbis
morning. The steamer will be sent to
Baltimore or Newport News for repa rt.
Toe subject of Rsv. W. J. Morton's
sermon st Christ Church tomorrow
morning will be "How Csn a Lorlng
God Permit Pain aod Suffering," and a:
night, "Tbe maa with a handicap."
There was a small display of country
produce In market tbis morning, and
prices of mott articles were firm. Eggs
were selling at irom 3o to 40 cents per
dozsn. Poultry showed a slight ad?
vance.
A meeting of tbe Masoni* fair com?
mittee was held at tbecommittse's brat
qtmtcrs, in the Alexandria Na ional
Bank building, last night, to make ar?
rangements for the fair which will be
opened on Febroary 1st.
Mr. Jacob Brill's restaurant, foot of Kiog
itreet, is open evenings. Lunches are fut
Dished up to 10 o clock at night
Frozen custard at .H. Bloch's, G15 King
ittet, today.
ir?
Keep your feet dry. "Try a pair of
the celebrated" Walk Over Shoes. J.
a. Marshall A Bro , 422 Kiog street.
Virgin itt Ne wm.
Mrs. Almia Halsey Murrell died aud
lenly yesterdsy afternoon at tbe home
of her soo In law, Senator J. W Pa iel,
:n Lynchburg She was the daughter
of tbe late S Halsey and was b ra a
Lyn.-i.jurg 78 years apo. She is.u
rived Jj brr busbaod, Dr. Els* rd A.
Murrell, snd ooe daughter, Mrs. John
W. Daniel.
Tbe receivers of the Jamestown Expo
dtion Oompany yesterday fi'sd a consnl
Idat'd bill In tbe Federal Court of N r
folk In wbioh 1,272 delinquent Jsmei
town Exposition stock sut-ecribers srj
med for the talsnces due. The amount*
med for range irom a few dol'ars to
|89,.075 doe on one totsl subscription io
common stock of $50,000.
Maj r F. H. Smith, who the past
rreveii years hss been superintendent of
the r* taunton pnbile schools, hss resigned
to sccept tbe position of professor of
-B'hemstlcs at tbe Virginia Military
Institute, Lexington. His resignation
takes effect at th" close of tbe present
year. Major Smith formerly liv/d in
Lexingtm, aod his son now holds the
chair of mathematics at Washington and
Lee University.
Open Evenings.
J acobBri I rs Restaurant
Foot of King Street,
Is <rpen tveninga Lunehes furnished from
7 to 10 p m _jsnl6 lm
Jackson Creek Oysters
OF THE FINEST VARIETY
50 bushels just received.
Roasted tod on the half shell
Merchants' quick lunch?Turkey
with Cranberry Sauce daily.
_At the Elkton
Coke Domestic Coke
All kinda ot Coal.l Wood and Coks. Bon
quality and prompt'delivery atjbottom prices*
Phoneys. DBW. AITCHESON, 107 south
Roval street._
BEST SUGAR CURED HAMS 12a}.
3 Cant Bett Tomatoes 26c; 4 Cant Sugar Corn
25c; 8 Cant Early Jun* Peat 25c; 1 Can
-.ingspaore -""ioeapple 10c; 1 Caa Cherr'es
Navy Syrup 10c; 1 Large Can California As?
paragus Ha, * Can California Lemon Cling
Psst hes 15c.
W. P. Woolls A fore., Royal snd Wolfs
streets._ Jaru 1' tf.
$0,000 to lend at 6 per ceutonREAL
E-trATH in city and vicinity. Address
' A" Gazette Office._janj 3t
FOR SALK.-Fine I rrom BR'CK DWEL
LINO, all modern impr i em??nt?, on aouth
Washing'on tiree* near Dui. . t ermt reasot
able. Address ' G" Ouette ajflce.
janie St_
FOR SALE-Desirable 7 room BRICK
DWELLING, in excellent condition,
modern improvements. Ranting tor 118.00
Fine location. Eas* terms. Address to "L"
Gazette Office._ jan.6 St
P?R BALE.- Ireairable 6 room BRICK
HOUSE, WO north Patrick [street, larg*
lot, stall rent*I. Excellent norn* or invest?
ment. Address JOHN D. NORMOYLE,
janie St_
SALE8MAN WANTED to represent na.
Eiperienre unnecessary. $76 to fl50
per month and expanses or commlas-ion.
YALE CIGAR CO., fndianapolla, lad.
\1/ANTED-Cistr {raveling SALES
?? ?AN fri your territory; experience sot
necessary; pav man right good salary and ex
creates. NATIONAL CIGAR SALES CO.,
Tc lsd j, Ohio.
JEWILEBS.
Acton ????
Wedding Invitations,
Visiting Cards, etc , in
a manner that pleases.
May we show yew
samples of our work
and quote you inter?
esting prices?
R.CACT0N&S0NS
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
I SARATOGA CHIP?, fresh in * atfton?a
iiutrwmrsdby J.e. MILBUJN.
1
Washington - - ? D. C
GREAT UNDERPR1CE SALE
O F
$1.00 Quality Pure Dye
Chiffon Taffeta Silks
vj?? 1 '-f^ CENTS
59
at one YaHR
Price .__# ImmmW YAKlJ'
Our New
- - Embroideries - -
READY AND ON SALE.
Novelties?plenty of them?and Staples as well,
As Complete and Satisfactory a showing as
Alexandria's Best Store Has Ever Made
On the Sales Table there will be a number of
specials at
5c, 8c. 10c, 12ic, 25c and 39c
Yard.
D. WM 'i SONS.
316 KINO STREET
LORD FAIRFAX
WHISKY FOR FAMILY TRADE
Recommended by Physicians for ita Medicinal Qualities.
$1.00 Per Full Quart.
nillir IA & IO., j PROPRIETORS {KING ST.
Sold By All First-Class Dealers._Both 'phones
Ttow Is tte Tumt
to hsve yoor wagon rr carriage over.
hauled and painted. Nested lt now
ind it will ron ton more later. Being
ripcrts st carricks rehiring ard using
only the best n aterlalt, we are table r
erecule sll orders prom;.:ly aid to you
cmiie aatls'ac ioi\ Hit rcrne'ruher, no
facey priers here. Give ut a rsll; see
how we do ihin*.**, mdcont-uit u? today
About your carriage.
HYER5X BROTHERS
115 North Pitt Street.
CHINA, GLA88 AND HOUSEFUBN
_IHDINO poops._
COLD WAVE COMING
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"RAYO" LAMPS at $1.50
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ELLIOTT'S,
Cor. Pitt and Kin* Ste.
KNUT BUTTER KISSER
At -"5c per pound.
The ca-tlsbrated J. H. Phelps Omptny, ol
Clevelsad, Ohio, hst made ms their sole
s_e_ts for thia most delicious csridy in thil
City. With every fo pavkaue jon bu? begin?
ning thit evening, I will give joa a
16c Ticket for 5c
which will admit you into the Ale_andrii
Amaaement Comp*oy st soy tinja; for 5c.
R E KNIGHT,
jtD14 tf_621-623-625 King 8trset.
LOgj _v*,edneadsy, Jannary IS, on Wssh
ins-ten ttrea t. between Cameron and Dnk e
. Ladles' Link FIR FECK HECK Re
turn to Otsfctts Office, and rersiv, reward.
jtnl6 jt _,
L~ Oftr.-Thursday night subs Oner* Honsaj
a long brown far VEC_ PIECE. Suit'
abls reward If rttarned to Vrt. H L
RAMEY. 110 8oalh Alfred Btreer.
JsnlS St_'
Knttrt WHEAT FLOUR inst receivad b>
J .C. MlLBCiM,
J^SJJRANOE^
J* You are injured
Who naya your doctor and druggist I
Your landlord and grocer?
Aetna troideut policies do this and more, and
they eau l>a mads too/-r sickness as well.
The cost is very low, a-k what it will
be for you.
HARRIE WHITE
Insurance and Bonding
Both Phones.
Office 119 douih Fsirfsx d.reet,
Alexandria, Va.
THE ALEXANDRIA
Iron Works
Foundry, Machine Work
and Blacksmithing
Structural Iron a Specialty
Manufaeturer of IVent Turban Pump
for dairy and suburban homes.
Agent for coal oil engine, tbs only
safe power around buildings.
Hsnd ns yoor inquiries foran)thing in
iron.
janis lyr_
Cream Flour
AND
Perfect Satisfaction
Go band in hsnd.
Try lt while ottered itt
Special and Most Reasonable
Price.
Henry F. Robertson.
jania 2w_
QUALITY PARAMOUNT
Everybody claims to have the
best-the very best
Wines and Liquors
This may be tr_e?It is all good
We have a little of the same kind
BUT IF YOU WANT
Oysters - That's ls
NOTHING BUT SELECTS.
CHAS. H. a_WMERMAN'S
MARKET SPAC-i
Is Great Music a Mystery
to You ?
SOMETIMES you oort a reference In a newspaper or a
magazine to some composer with whom you are
wholly unfamiliar.
You would like to know what kind of music that com?
poser wrote?-why it is that he has become so famous.
You wish that someone in the household could play
for you representative works of that composer. jr_K_
The Pianola Plano
IS THE "OPEN SESAME" TO ALL MUSIC.
It answers all your musical questions?it is a veri?
table encyclopaedia of music. It follows wherever
your desires and your tastes lead. Over 15,000 com?
positions await the enjoyment of the owner of a
Pianola or Pianola Piano. No music is too simple or
too great for the corniest of the Pianolist.
CAUTION: There is only one Pianola. Do not
make the mistake of supposing that you [can go
into any music store and buy the genuinefPianola]
and Pianola Piano.
The Pianola - - $250 to $350
The Pianola Piano - $550 to $1,050
Exclusive Representatives
Moderate Monthly Payments.
nil C <_._ PERCY S. FOSTER,
IO Ao J r 3lt Manager.
Washington, D. C.
sat*?vrVr_v
IHE PURE FOOD STORE.
Midland Buller 35c Pound
Is the quality sort that appeals to those who are particularly
discriminating as to the merita of the butter they buy.
It's pure, sweet and appetizing.
It Has A Reputation
For years Midland Butter has been recognized as the best that comes
to Alexandria.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUTTER TRADE.
Edward Quinn & Sons,
Cor. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets.
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In these days when increased facilities for the manufac?
ture of Watches make their production reasonably
cheap no one need to be without a good timepiece.
American Watches have justly risen to the first rank,
and better Watches are sold than ever before
We will sell you just the Watch you need for a most
reasonable price.
WHY NOT GET ONE TODAY?
Saunders Ssl Son,g
JEWELERS-629 King St.-SILVERSMITHS W
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AMWEMENT8.
Alexandria Amusement Co
TALKINO B ni7Fi<;
PICTURES O *&-&^
Old Folks at Home.
Zuyder Zee.
There is no Moon Like the Honey
Moon.
The New Parson of Darktown
Church
Dixie Land
SILENT PICTURES.
A Dream of Wealth, a ta's ofthe
gold seekers of '49.
Monkey Land, a jungle rjwa-.ce.
The^Way_They Foojed_F*th??'
PI 1XPPICTURE
um tm 1 *--f Company.
CHRISSIE WALTHAM,
Fsvorite Irish ami Coon Soug Singer.
John Leaves Home for the
Academy.
The Flower Girl.
He Went to see the Devil
Play.
Called to the Front.
OTHERS NOT MENITONKD.
(hWhouse
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM.
A aid*. tpliiiiriK comedy by ths ttock
'?oniiMuiy entitled "The Arrival nf
the Dake of Detcscso." Specialties by
John Hanson and
Josephine Bonnet.
The sensational woojeu ahoe dancers,
PHILLIPS and GORDON
Tiers will be s thrilling aftsrpiece.
3,000 feet
Feature Motion Pictures.
Armory Roller Rink.
Regular Price.
Patnrday night?great ont mile raes.
Carrol Donnelly
vs.
Robert Reed.
This will be a race worth seeing. Also Belay
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