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THE STEEL STOCKS ACTIVE
A Favorable View of Hip An
nounced Terms of Consolidation
The MnrUet AJTecteil liy an
OntlonU A Purtlc ilnrly
Slinrp lllne In Amnlgrnitiatril Cofi
ptr Mrcngth Shdnn HallvinyH
SEW YOIIK March 4 The main Inllu
enco in todays stock market v as plainly
the official announcement made on Sat
urday afternoon In regard to the amalga
mation of the steel properties Calm con
sideration of the terms of the arrange
ment over Sunday led to more favorable
views rcsardlne the business than have
been entertained at any time yet and
Indeed last weeks more or less depreca
tory criticisms Kae place today to com
mendation of the plan and of Its promot
ers
As was to be expected the steel sloclts
were very active features of todays
market and upon the curb there were
hcay dealings In the new United States
Fteel Corporation shares In addition to
the obotc cltrd Influence todays market
vas favorably affected by the insy mon
etary outlook as Indicated In the show
ing made b the banks In their weekly
btaltment of averages on Saturday and
furthenroro London sent a higher rango
of prices for American stocks and was
a 111k nil buyer In this market
Dividend expectations regarding various
stocks and notably Southern Hallway
preferred Hock Island and St Paul like J
wise plaffd a part In shaping sentiment
optimistically The market was not
especially active In comparison with late
records but Interest was paiticularly well
diversified throughout the list Except In
a few instances no remarkable advances
were scored and in fact the dealings
were of an unusually orderly and moder
ate character The day s statement of
railway traffic submitted constituted
about all the actual news bearing upon
particular stocks The earnings were all
cxcelent exhibits particularly these re
ported by the Southern Railway and
llock Island companies
The most conspicuous movement In the
market was the exceedingly sharp rise
In Amalcamated Copper While to a
great extent the course of the stock was
palpably owing to the retreat of a part
of the large short Interest In It tho lat
ter movement was plainly induced by the
appearance of a better quality of sup
port than has appeared In the stock for
a long time The general affairs of this
company are more or less outside the ken
of Wall Street which has in fact been
thoroughly mystified by Its various move
ments ever since it was originally intro
duced to public attention The personnel
of the management and the dividends
paid rendered Amalgamated Copper a
ery alluring object to the ordinary spec
ulator yet virtually since the notation of
the shares they have been selling at a
heavy uiscount
All of the so called specialties were firm
Western Union advancing on renewed ac
tivity while General Electric and Con
solidated Cas showed decided strength
Among the local traction shares Brook
ljn Rapid Transit was sharply depressed
at the opening on the apprehensions that
the threatened labor troubles would have
Issue in a serious strike but the stock
subsequently recovered the whole of its
early decline while both Manhattan and
Jletropolltan Street Railway were decided
ly strong throughout
Pronounced strength was shown
throughout the railway list although as
already noted the dealings there were not
marked by any sensational movements
Foreign houses were particularly large
buyers of Union Pacific common which
stock showed a material advance Other
strong features of the railway list were
Atchison common Durlington Chesapeake
end Ohio Norfolk and Western Missouri
Pacific Pennsylvania Rock Island and
St Louis and Southwestern preferred
The Southern Railway shares were again
actively dealt in In advance on dividend
declaration upon the preferred but the
movements of the stocks were pretty
much In line with those in the remainder
vi me railway list
Jfciv Vork Stock JlnrLet
Corrected dsily by W B Hitbs k Co mem
bers of the Ne YorV Stock Exchsnrc MS P
Street
Open High Low Cloe
amencsn uotton un 27 5 27s
Amor Steel Ic Wire 29 40
Amer Steel t TVire pfd 9l W
American Sueur n4 UV
American Tobacco 11 12U
Atchison S634 5H
Atchison pfd SS5 S3
Baltimore Ohio 91V4 014
Baltimore 4i Ohio pfd 3 S9
Brooklyn Hapid Transit 71 76
Chesapeake k Ohio 4H 43i
C C C k St Louis 7GU 76H
Chicago B Q lJISj US
C 31 St Paul 154 153
One II I Pacific 1204 123
Chi Great Western Ii 194
Colorado Fuel Iron 41ft 45
ConsolidaUd Cas ltCJi 201ii
Continealsl Tobaooo 47H 47
Continental Tob pJJ D9 J0
Delaware fc Hudson 1C5 lSi
Federal Steel 45U 45
Federal Steel pfd so
General Electric 211 218H
Illinois Central 1304 131
Louisville Nashville ai S3V4
Metropolitan Traction 161 IC3i
Manhattan Elevated 11714 118
Missouri Pacific Sfli 90U
M K T pfd 545 5Si
Kew York Central 1434 144H
If O k W S2H 32
Northern Pacific S3H m
Northern Pacific pfd 874 874
Pacific Mair 3514 S5H
Pennsylvania Ilailroad 150 15111
Peoples Gas 101 i 102T
Reading first pfd 71 7114
Southern raciflc 43 4IH
Eouthcm Railway 251i 234
Southern liallaay ptd 7914 7914
Texas Pacific 29 2914
Tennessee Coal 4 Iron 51 53
Union Pacific S6H 6914
Union Pacific pfd S414 S3
U S Leather 12H 1254
U S Leather pfd 7314 7314
U S Rubber 19i 1914
Wabash pfd 2951 305
Western Union Tel S7H 87
Amalgamated Copper 9551 109
Erie 284 2SS
Erie firsts 54 6454
2751 2751
2954 2351
95i 95
14051 llli
12111 12114
5614 565i
S34 89
M5 9051
SS 4 8911
74 75i
4214 4SH
76 764
14151 143U
13214 1524
121 1214
1951 19
44 41 4
196 201
4714 4714
99 99
16514 163T4
45 45
85 4 k i
21114 212
130V4 130
9254 9314
161 1354
1174 11SH
89H 69
5154 514
11SH 1135
32 324
83 63
SH 8714
2SV4 3614
150 151
101 10214
71 - 71
43 4414
2614 2554
79 78
2ST4 29
51 53
68 6914
61 65
12 1254
73S 73
19 19
29t 8914
87 8751
95 09
27 2S
The first day of President McKinleys
second Administration whs a promising
one in the Kew York stock market to
those that look for higher prices There
were advances all over the list during the
morning hours in some cases important
ones and although there was some reac
tion before the close net gains were the
general rule The appearance of the mar
ket was most suggestive of the Idea that
the large Interests are supporting prices
and working for a new boom upward for
the inauguration of thp second McKIniey
term If this is their plan nearly every-
IIAMCS AXD TRUST COMIAMES
THE RIGGS NATIONAL BANK
OF WASHINGTON D C
Capital S500000
BCRPLUS nSOOOO1
UNDtVlDEL PROFITS 1000CO
EXCHANGE ON
XSGLAKD IRELsJtu FRANCE and CERMANT
Letters of Credit
AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN PARTS
BANK COLLECTIONS
ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS
STOCKS AND BONDS
H
American Security
4 and Trust Co
Interest on Deposits
Ton can open n account with thU
ccDiptoj check agflatt It at will and
rtccire interest on yitir monthly balances
a J CELL luldtal
Washington
Savings Bank
Cor 12tU and O St N W
Soea a general commercial banking buaineaa and
Interest on aarlnaa accounts at the rate o
per cent per ITinnm Rents Sals Deposit Boies
9 s
fear
snh2 30
thing In the business situation and many
things In the technical market conditions
favor them The address of the Presi
dent Is generally considered 1 hull
j merit the etvtt The adjournment of
crgrcss Is nnoiiie Trhe new War Rev
cnue law is another The better nope 01
early peace in South Africa is having a
good effect on London and that market Is
buying American slocks The January
statement of the railways through the
country shows the greatest prcsperliv
ever known to them They ensure divl
dends and Increase in dividends on many
stocks The outlook for the new steel se
curities Is excellent and the street is beginning-
to recognise this Their price ad
vanced on tli curb yesterday Success
for these securities will be a most potent
hull argument on the entire market Mon
ey conditions are excellent Call loans
were made yesterday at 2 per cent The
reduction In war taxes U09 or more
a jear will help the financial situation as
will the early end of the Boer war if that
is to be
The steel securities were strong at the
opening of the day but later did not make
as good a showing as the railway list
American Steel and Wire preferred was
an exception with an advance to X and
a close at that level Federal Steel pre
ferred opened at M but lost a point from
this high level before the close Wire
common and Federal Steel common were
dull but made no gains The outlook Is
good for all of these securities The man
agers are quoted as stating that they are
selling below their legitimate alue
Cuthbert Mills says of the probable
earnings of the new steel company
Calculations as to what the new com
pany will earn based on reports of exist
ing companies figure out the 7 per cent
on the preferred stock nnd from 5 to S per
cent on the common If the company has
good management It ought to do this It
is obvious that a concern so big and so
far reaching in Its own line uf business
has great possibilities In working eco
nomically In control of Its raw material
and In Its command of the mnrket for Its
products The compnnys largest custom
ers will be the railroads nnd the railroad
men are the controlling power In the
corporation In that respect the combina
tion is a close one It Is calculated that
the purely railroad business of the concern
will pay the Interest on the bonds and the
dividend on the preferred stock Mr
Keene expressed himself with some em
phasis about this stock esterday declar
ing his belief that It would prove as good a
7 per cent stock as there Is in the market
The market prices of the new stock will
be strongly Influenced for a time by the
public timidity about the colossal propor
tions of the new organization It is not
only the largest thing of the kind In thH
country but probably In the world We
have seen that It has engaged attention
in Europe almost to the same extent as
here and the foreign newspaper offices
have given out columns of editorials on
the affair betraying the public fright at
the magnitude of the thing and also
great Ignorance of It There were some
Kngllsh Ironmasters who being In the
business knew what they wero talking
about The public generally however
will have to get accustomed to the giant
before they cease to be afraid of him and
until they do get over their nervousness
the market for the stocks will probably
require skillful nursing
The announcement by J P Morgan
Co was even more hopeful than the
estimate of Mr Mill It said State
ments furnished to us by officers of the
general companies show that the aggre
gate of earnings of all the companies for
the year 1SW0 was amply sufficient to pay
dividends on both classes of the new
stocks besides making provision for sink
ing fund and maintenance of properties
it is also announced that the charter of
the new company will allow of the pay
ment of dividends on the common stock
in any quarter when the full preferred
dividend has been paid up This of
course Is an important provision
Among the railway securities that show
ed most strength were again the South
erns both preferred and common The
January net earnings statement of the
company was published during the day
and it added to the generally optimistic
feeling regarding the company and its
securities The increase in net was J91S00
The directors of the company will meet
on Friday to take action on the dividend
on the preferred stock At least a semi
annual dividend of 2 per cent Is expected
and it may be 21 2 Southern common
went as high as 251 2 and closed at 25 3 8
The preferred went as high as 79 1 2 and
closed at 791 4
The grangers were all buoyant during
the greater part of the day and although
there was some recession from the top
prices the net gains for the day were
important The group was much more
active than it has been for several elays
past Burlington went as high as 1IG and
closed at 115 1 4 Rock Island boomed up
to 123 7 S nearly two points It sold off
a point during the last hour The Atchl
sons were both strong the common get
ting as high as 571 8 and closing at 3G3 4
and the preferred getting as high as 89
and closing at the top St Paul was a
laggard dull and rather weak
Western Union was advanced nearly a
point net for the day and closed at the
top price 87 G 8 The stock was not largely
traded in however Apparently It Is be
ing gradually absorbed
Amalgamated Copper was very strong
fulfilling the predictions made by some
of the best Informed people laEt week It
touched par at one time a gain for the
day of five points and a gain Inside of a
week of about ten points The close was
near the top
The traction securities were weak early
In the day especially Brooklyn Rapid
Transit but they improved later and
closed with as good gains as anv other
I securities The talk In the morning when
ploycs of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit are
likely to strike The story In the after
noon was that the officers of the company
have no fear of a strike
The Tobacco securities were strong on
the passage of the War Revenue bill
A syndicate has been formed which has
arranged to purchase from the St Louis
Southwestern Railway Company 1000000
of second mortgage bonds at a price
which will net the company about 700000
These bonds were held In the treasury
to meet expenditures made for Improve
ments and betterments An ImporLint
provision of their issue was that they
could not be sold to reimburse the treas
ury unless an amount equal to their sell
ing price had been expended for Improve
ments and betterments out of operating
Income during a preceding fiscal year It
therefore follows that the cause for the
apparently high operating ratio of the St
Jouls Southwestern last year was the
charging to operating account of items
for new equipment and betterments of
various kinds As the company has al
ready In Its treasury il8Qv000 In cash
the proceeds of these bonds will bring up
the total to 2550000 In May the Interest
on the first mortgage bonds would call
forjiwwo and In July the interest on the
second mortgage bonds will require 160
000 As the road is earning S0uO0 net
monthly these requirements can be more
man met uy me income during the next
four months It is understood that the
preferred stock will be place d upon a C
per cent basis very shortly the first pay
ment of 2 1 2 per cent only calling for
500000
THE CHICAGO GHAIW MAUKET
Wheat Hull nnd IVat iirle With
the Corn Trade IlKht
CHICAGO March 4 Wheat was ex
tremely dull and featureless and closed
about l 4c lower than Saturday The
worlds shipments were light at 7273000
bushels There was an Increase on pas
sage of 444000 bushels The visible suoply
showed a small decrease 302000 The most
bearish factor and the one which had the
most influence was the largo primary re
ceipts 1018UO bushels Clearances were
about 000000 bushels Cash demand was
very slow Seaboard reports only twelve
loads A cold wave is predicted for the
winter wheat belt
Corn trade was light the principal
feature being the selling by receiving and
elevator firms The prominent local In
terest took but little part In the days
transactions Country acceptances re
ported moderate the cash demand slow
Ijcal stocks Increased ijlCOOO bushels and
the visible supply lG4CC00 bushels To
days receipts were considerably overes
timated Estimated for tomorrow C15
cars
Oats were very quiet and slightly easier
There was some buying of July at 3 4c
under May by operators who believe
that the heavy stocks In Chicago will soon
force carrying charges between theBe
months The local stocks increased 33000
bushels and the visible supply decreased
17000 bushels Todays carlots were 318
with 385 for tomorrow
Provisions wero quiet nnd steady clos
ing prices showing slight advances in
sympathy with the hog market There
was local buying of May virk and a fair
demand for lard and rw from certain
packers with realizing longs including
the recent bull leaders selling The cash
trade was moderate
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They dont last
and are a con
stant expense
They are a mule barbarous
scheme for preventing slijiH
iTil ilinv nflT TiriiVfitit tliofii
I on ice when dull or on wet as
phalt and they never keep
jj sharp two weeks
They were never
other than a
necessary evil
Theyre a danger to a horse in
the stall They lame him on the
road They cause hoof cracks
give a stilted strained unnat
ural stand on the road causing
corns and contracted heels
MAKE HEALTHY FEET
And are often known to last 10 weeks in daily use As long as they are on the horse CAN T SLIP
Made of a new composition of rubber which wears heller than steel
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On hard roads or navements thev completely stop the pounding concussion ruins horses
and with the sure footing and easy tread always felt with them on a horse speedily gets confidence
in his own footing and it improves his action lie strikes out more freely Life becomes much
pleasanter for him lie at once becomes a better horse Your lioises foot is practically your horse
Napoleon said My cavalry is as good as my horses hoofs Think how much more significant this
horse philosophy is with our modern city pavements
EVIDENCE FROM PH1LADEPHIA
Philadelphia Pa Jan 31
Columbia Phonotrraph Co -
The shoes are great a godsend to winter road horses Yours truly P N DE CRAW Manager
EVIDENCE FROM IKDI NAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS FIIIE DEPAPTMKNT pays The Goodyear Akron Pads I am unff are giving the best of satisfac
tion Have tried them In every way on Ice snow and hard runs over the asphalt My horse li considered one of the
hardest on shoes in the department He wore a pair of your pads elevec weeks They speak tor themseUes
CHAS F COOTS First Assistant Chief Irdlanapolis Fire Department
EVIDENCE FROM BOSTON
Nonotuck Silk Co Boston llass Jan 23 1901
I enclose name of my horseshoer and hope you can get him interested in your Goodyear Akron shoes as they are
all riRht and a great comfort to the horse
Send me a pair for my horses hind feet Also want themon my other horse and will send size last of week
GEO A ATKINS
EVIDENCE FROM CLEVELAND
Omce of the GAULOCK FnAZEK LAUNDRY CO Cleveland Ohio Dec IS MOO
Goodyear Tiro nnd Rubber Co Akron Ohio Gentleinfn Please send us the following shoes Six pairs No 1 ten
pairs No 2 twelve pairs No 3 eight pairs No 4 two pairs No pairs In all We think we have found the
right shoes If you will only keep up the kind of rubber in the bhoes Send by express and oblige
w jj GAIILOCK The Garlock Frazee Laundry Co
EVIDENCE FROM DENVER
Bennett Myers Investment Bankers Denver Col Jan 6 1901
Dec 1st I ordered two nalrs of Goodyear Akron Rubber Shoes I am so ell pleased with them that I enclose you
herewith check In payment of two more sets for my carriage team and if they are satisfactory for hind feet xs well send
me two more sets and draw for balance due J A MYERS
EVIDENCE FROM CINCINNATI
Cincinnati Ohio 1 1C 19flL
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co Akron Ohio Gentlemen I am willing to admit you have solved the problem of the
20th century shoes for horfes It puts the horse on soft ground at all times I cannot say toomuch for that shoe nnd I
feel that the man who Invented it lias di ne more to make happy our true friend the horse than all the societies against
cruelty to animals combined Yours very truly J II LUCKE
EVIDENCE FROM OMAHA
Omaha Neb Jan 31
The Goodyear Akron Shoes hae the best material I ever found In any shoe nnd are the best one can get on snow
and Ice Have usked my shoer to order from you so that I can get them without trouble Yours truly
A Y McGUYRE Coachman for K Dickinson Genl Mgr Union Pacific
0 EVIDENCE FROM MANDEL BROS CHICAGO
Chicago 111 Nov 1 1900
The Goodyear Tiro and Rubber Co Gentlemen The undprlRn d desires to bear testimony to the merit nnd value
of your horseshoe pads We have usd ihcm for some time They hae given entire satisfaction We regard them a tho
only pads for protection to Our horses on asphalt and other piements also for sore tendons and feet
L I SIMMONS Genl Supt Mandel Bros Stables Armour Ave and 2M St
who is up to dutuiCiiu furnish them or can get them for yon at our
brandies or froinjobbcrs in this t itv lit- can save you
ble money with these shoes and yet he can get more out of his
own time A set and a shoeing cost a little more than steel would but they are very very much
cheaper for you in wear Smart live shoers can increase their income quickly by making a spe
cialty of these shoes saving money for customers lncjans more customers
COST
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A proposition that is very unusual and one which is onlv made possible by the EXCEPTIONAL
AND MEIUT OF THE GOOnYEAH AKIJOX PADS
Put on at least a pair on front or hind feet and try them and if afterward they are not consid
ered simply a boon to both horse and driver and A THING YOU WISH XEVEK TO BE WITH
OUT we will refund to you in full the cost of the shoes Certainly this is a proposal which speaks
for itself and is made by
THE GOODYEAR THE AMD RUBBER CO AKRON 0
WHERE SHOERS CAN GET THEM
Louis Hartig 1001 Cor 7th and K Sts N W
J B Kendall 618 Pennsylvania Avenue
Distributers
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AMDSEMEVTS
AMUSESIEXT8
Through Electric Trains
FOR
OUftT VERNON
AND
ARLINGTON
Washington Alexandria and IVit Vernon R R
Trains leave corner 13 and Pa Ave every hour from
9 a m to 3 p m for Mount Vernon
ROUND TRIP 50c
Every Half Hour for Arlington
All Trains Leave From Station 13 St and
Pennsylvania Avenue
AMUSEJIEVfs
NATIONAL
FVank L Pcrlty presents the
ALICE NIELSEN iP
Tonight and Wednesday
The Singing- Girl
Tlmr Fri and Sat ami Hat Sat
The Fortune Teller
Xext Week Seats Thuredaj
SOTHERN
VIRGINIA ARHE
Elaborato
Production of
HAMLET
FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT 115 THE
Leipsic Philharmonic Orchestra
75 numbers
Hot Hans Winders tein Conductor
SLIVINSKI Pianist
SFATS SOW ON SALE
In tho Boautifully Decorated
Pension Buildi n
This Morning at 1030
This Afternoon at 2
This Evening at 3
THE CELEBRATED
u s
MARINE
V II SANTELMANN Director
AND OHIOS NOTED
COLUMBUS GLEE GLU
TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 2
0 S Marine Bend
TOMORROW NIGHT GRAND FINALE
PERCY FOSTER Director
In Conjunction With U 3 MARINE BAND
Admission to
EacK Concert
Tickets Rood for any concert on sale at 1333 F
Rt fcanders Stayman 1327 F st E F Droop
bona r25 Pa ave1 Bradbury Tiano Co 1225
Pa ave Inaugural Headquarters 0th and F ets
and at the Pension Buildinir
m27
FIXAXCIAI
MONEY
At rivalling rates of interest on ap
proved real estate security in the DL trict
of Columbia
PROMPT SERVICE UP-
B H WARNER CO
910 P Stroot N W
IVIoney to Loan
At 4 and 5 Per Cent
ON REL ESTATE IS D C
NO DELAY nCYONI EXAMINATION Or TITLE
WALTER 11 ACKI1II
704 Hth St NW
W B H1BBS CO
BANKERS AND BROKERS
Members New York Stock Exchange
1419 F Street
Correspondents of
LADCXnUUC T1IALMANX A CO
Nw York
MONEY AT
4 and 5 Per Gent
Loaned on Real Estate In District ot Columbia
Locst Commission
HE9SECELL RftcLERAft
1003 F Strert
Telephones Main ISIS snd 1SS0
ERNEST R HUMPHREY
BANKER AND BROKER
1329 F St MW
Correspondents K1LDUFF CO
Large or fractional lots executed for cash or car
ried on small marpins Fast service over our ex
clusive private wire
Austins Dog Bread
has AUSTIN on every piece
AMUSEMENTS
LAFAYETTE 85
TONICUT AT 815
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
The Lafayette Square Stock Company
In WILLIAM GILLETTES Spectacular War Pla
Held by the Enemy
THE DEST WAR DRAMA EVER WRITTEN
Xot withstanding- the immense txpeose of tnU
great production prices will remain
just th same
All Seats
on Lower
Floor
50c
Balcony - O W
SEATS ON SALE TWO WEEKS IS ADVAXCS
W GR
EW
GRAND
25 Poiile Vaudeville Isooj
EXTRA ATTRACTIONS FOR INAUGURATION
DAILY MAT 215 P M 23c ALL
EVES AT 815 25c snd 50c I RESERVED
ETIEXNE CIRARDOT CO in A Came ol
Cards Welch Francis Co in The Flip Mr
Flop Walr and Ardtll Lotta Gladstone 1Up
Townsend La Ptils Miamon Erans and White
the Bioraph Moving Ficturcs
ORDER SEATS IN ADVANCE PHONE SS
Academy
Matinoes
Tuesday
Thursday
Saturday
25c
Best Seats
RpiKoate
25and 50c
E D STAIR snd Ceo
II Nicolsi Present
ON THE
SUWANEE
RIVER
Next Weei A YOUNC WIFE
3 S3 KERN AIMS
TOM E MIACOS
THE FEMALE BOXERS
Not Chinese
NEST WEEK
THE UTOPIANS AND CHUCK CONNORS
Columbia
Theatre
ETEN1XGS AT 815
Matinees Thursday and Saturday
Klaw Erlanger Comedy Cor
Presenting
JOHN J McXALLYS World Faraous Tauderille
The Rogers Brothers
in Central Park
CUS AND MAX ROCER3 AND 73 MORE
NEXT WEEK SEATS THURSDAY
A Domestic Play
THE DAIRY FARM
By Elcmor Mcrron
GREAT COMPANY BEAUTIFUL SCENEBY
THE ENTIRE ORIGINAL PRODUCTION
TICTURE RECITALS AT 115
DR A G ROGERS
March 13 OLD ENGLISH SHRINES
March 10 ENOCH ARDEN
Mrch 22 SCOTT AND BURNS
SEATS 50c NOW ON SALE
ALL THIS WEEK
That Real Good Show
WATSONS AMERICA BURLESQUERS
Headed by
W B WATSON AND JEsNETTE DUPRE
That Comedian The French Chaa nctte
Week March 11 DAINTY PAREE
A LECTUPE BY THE
Rev D J STAFFORD D D
SITUECT MACnETH
Benefit of St Patricks Sanctuary Society
At the Lafarette Square Theatre
TUESDAY SI ARCH 5 1101 AT 430 P 1L
TicLets 50c 75e JlOO Bow fS and 10 on
sale at Box Office on and alter Feb 28
Ir2l23 roli315
ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE
The Miniature ol Womanhood
SMALLEST WOMAN IN THE WOULD
Holding Her Dainty Receptions
Afternoon and Evening
Reception Parlors
315 Seventh Street -Northwest
ADMISSION
Adults luc Children 10c
Near Ta Ave
Orange
Wine
S250 gal
65c qt
Fahlonablc and
deiciou for teas
and receptions n
ready medium for
pstr punches
orangeade etc to
be served with
cakes Exclusively
at
CHRIS XANDERS
Quality House POT JtU st Phone 1125
CANCER Is not Incurable SS 5make
some wonderful cures of this horrible disease
it antidotes and drives out the O O O
deadly poison

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