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MAYBE
F. C BAGGS
REMAINS OF SUICIDE FOUND
AT BALLARD SUPPOSED TO
BE THOSE OF CARPENTER
The lUllanl authorities are now
satisfied that Ihe unidentified re
mains of the till. Idt' found north of
Ballard last Thursday aft.-iti.iou by
Arthur Hatter, are those of ►*. tl
Wats- a local raxpetiter, aho aat
last teen by W J. Mclaughlin, pro
prietor of the l..'X Cabin eatoun at
ttall.itil. during Ihe last week nt
April, M. l-tnthlin haa examined
the rem*ln* and Ihe tattered bita nf
clothing ll* told W, & May field.
t-f th* It.illai.l morgue, this morn-
Ing thai 1....- when last seen was
.twry "e*|a,intla n' and appeared to b»
exceeding!* neivotit and wrought I
up. He offered him a drink, but
Bagg* said In did not with any.
When asked It he wanted anything
In eat, he said:
"No, I do not want anything."
McLaughlin walked around town
a Ith him for qutt* a while and
patted company with him In th*
northern trrttcn of the city. Kince
that bight he has not !••-* ti seen.
At near as Mrl^ughttn ran remem
ber, flaggs wore the urn* clothing
ta found clinging to the skeleton,
further investigation haa brought
to tight a tuning fork, carpenter's
rule and a key.
friends of the misting .Uaggs <ur |
that he WW* -i piano tuner and
attend- of vtulint. and »i " a car
penter by trade. It i* But known
that Ragg* had false teeth, but his
[wife at San Jose. t'..l haa been
notified and she ma* he able to
throw tome light upon this fa- A
telegram has been sent to a half
brother *' Puyallup Wash . and he
will he here today to aid In t■!• nli
ft Ing ths remain* It I* not thought
that It. dead ■! -*. found near the
body, hat any connection with the
tuldde.
. aHagags was a pensioner. Since ht
disappeared the government offt
ttals hare refuted to pay the pen
atoa. as they were not rertain as'
to hi* death John Makla* has not
called at the coroner* office today
aad Coroner l.aye dews an* think i
that IV- remain* are those ot Henry
Lawena who disappeared from this .
city last tie. em
No agent*, no poaa. but
Photrw at 25 per rent Discount st
Egg*:. * Erlcson. lilt I*L •••
UNEQL UED IN SEATTLE
g'-aOY'S TURKISH BATHS
g 50c
Under Deafer H**t*n Sank.
_$1.50—
Per Gallon
For Flae Old Port. Sherry. Mus
catel, Angelica. Tokay or Mal
aga
Try athem They arm sure to
plea**, being first claas In every
way
___
/+T _*\T m_m mlt/AtA
104 First Aye. Sooth
Doth Phnnes Pink ITSI.
rREE DELIVERY.
CHICKEN RANCH
$|5Q 10-ACRE TRACTS Sl5O
We have several _t44tSA* I"1 ■■ " tract* AT
HKADOWPAIX BEACH, not fir front th* new
wharf and handy to th* Beattle-Hverett Inter-urban,
which w* are selling at the eitremeiy low figure of
tilt each. Bom* at tlit. and some at llttf filch
sell. Plenty of spring water. IHJNT DF.UAT. UO
OUT Bnd look th«m oyer at once. TIIKT ar* Belling
rapidly. "PEOPLE amoving tn every day. IAjTH of
Imp' 'iveir en.- going on. PRICES abound lo go up.
tEVEHT morning, rim M shine, the Oreat North
ern «21 train carrltt many people out to *c* UMM *
Ilk
li .y round-trip ticket* to Moiher.
Office and restaurant on ground*
WEST I ROBERT
WHEELER MALTBY
7 and S Union Bloc* *0» and 410 Niw York BlocK
AMONG OTHER THINGS
we have recently added a GENTH* KCfINIHHINOH DEPART*
MI*NT to our Store, and we ar* not* full prepared In fit any man
out from tip to toe. In the most up-to-date *lyle, snd ON CREDIT
tl.tX) rEU WEEK.
SEIZE THE OPPORTUNITT.
Eastern Outfitting Co. Inc.
Comae Fifth and Pik*.
"Th. Reliable Crtdlt Htutt."
DAVIS BOUND OVER
latve Davis, a colored mtn. sc
r lived of attempting to murder Offi
cer Jack King a few day* ago,
waived pi. iiii.iiuui examination hi
fore Justice lliirilun yesterday ami
j«U bound over *.i th. superior
court for trial. Hum!* were fUed ut
91.000. In alt.'in|.titti; to attest
Davis, Officer King's clothing was
rut .alii I", I. big knife, which wat
wielded by the former, The arrest
waa made In a Washington street
• .ill., ii. where list la waa creating a
illttuibanca.
TRAIN IN
A DITCH
THREE INJUREO IN A WRICK,
AT PERRY, ORE
PORTLAND. Ore, Bept SI—A
telephone message from la Grande.
Ore., sutea thtt the baggage and
mall cars and tender of an engine ot
th* Orvgnu Railroad ft Navigation
company'a rut-bound ii-i.iiv No. !,
which lelt here yesterday morning
went Into the difih at Perry. Ore..
t.n mile* writ .t I a Grande, last
night.
1 In- t.ifi: as .-man mil two tramp*
who were Bteallng a ride, were In
jured. The raute of tho wreck Is
sot known.
PORT ANGELES
MILL BURNED
PORT ANEEt.ES. Sept. Sl—Th*
Port Angeles Khitigle A Lumber
rotSapany's plant waa burned In the
ground yesterday morning. The
mill, which Is separate .from the
other buildings, was saved.
About l:.o*K> wtnlh of f|.ooring
was eoetntned, with considerable
lumber Intrntled for dealing th*
btttlrahlp Vl'ia'.i IV » I. Ml I* |
estimated at about %'■ '<•0; Instti
tact about 13.000.
TOUCHED HIM FOR
$7.50 WHILE DRUNK
Edward Wltsoa. of the Chicago
saloon, at fill a»en ire south ami
Jackson itrerl hurrleally mad* hli
way Ut apollca headquarters it an
early hour this morning with the
Information that he had been rob
b*4 by . woman of t'. '■•> ll*
rtalma to have been lured Into a sa
loon boi la the neighborhood of
fourth avenue aad Yealer Way by
t tall, slim woman whose age he
said a a.-. 12 years. After hating
. tererat round* of drinks In the boa
he fell Into a doze.
When he awoke a premonition of
I wrongdoing was . pertoost In his
jhrateti brain, .•..I a hasty eiantae
t.i:i prosed that he hail been
j-touched." The .papers, which he
I kept In *n Inilde apocket, were
litres a abont en the floor, and hi*
I lively romtwnloa of a fee hours
apretlou* htd d*ramp*d The po
j lice .believe they know who turned
the trick tad htf an-eat m* fol*
IN A DRCNKEN IU»W last night
at Walla Walla. Jce ftaare ihol and
probably fatally wounded a fellow
' countryman wbne* name cannot tie
ascertained. The shooting took
pise* in a shack .In the nouthern i art
Of the city, near the city limits,
- A
we*** Outing.
Take » trip to th* t*. S. Nary
Tsrd and Itallleahlp*. lloai* leave
Pier lat » and I* a. ... 1:11. : It
and t -i !■ m It. round th. •••',
m^mm n——mmv—4n—-^m^a__aa___a___m m-t__W-nmmmmammmmmmmmS____t—mm\mmam—m—a—mmmmm^%m_****_tW "
♦ *>« ♦ + + «*•♦♦♦♦
•■ AT TH THEATERS-Week ♦
4) beginning Hrpteinber S5. •*■
*}■ tIIIANU-Krederli'k Ward .111,1 4)
a Kathryn Kidder ln"Hnlauim- a
♦ lio" for five perftirmsnrea, 4)
4 SEATTLE—Jamet Ni'lll com- *
9 puny In "llarbara Prrltrhle." *
♦ ALCAZAR — Original Wind*-*
♦ nitiin com|.*ny in "Mich* 4
I * tel tUrogoff" a
•*> Tlllllli AVKNI'H Th* Mas..ii *
a • iitniai,i it "Coon Hollow." a
♦ a
a *«♦♦•» * • * « • 4 * * 4 ♦
••iiAiuiAiL~KiiEiTciiii:,"
"lUrtisra Errltcbl*.'* tb* pretty
romantic drama t'lyde ITtrh has !
woven about the heroic scrap of
civil war lit--ta■• >■ made famous by
Ihe pen of the pot ' Whtttler, will
be p re-ten ted by the Neill company I
at the S' .ittli' the coming week. The |
PCKNE PKOM "IIAIUIAILA KniETrillir* AT THE HKATTLE THIC
COMING WKKK.
drtmaUst has taken mi. ll < rtu. j
with th* ami Mii historical Ineldeat,
tad -lead of the gray-haired old
woman, who defied General Jack
son, a pretty girl wavea the glag
In the i-i*l, .-ti* .scene. In defense of
a rebel lover, aa well a* la .patriot
im! fur the Start and f>trt.p**
Edythe Chapman In the role of
li.iri.au hats an opportunity for the
diapiay of all her spirited grace and
cleverness, snd Neill aa the wounded
lover haa one of hi* best i.pportut-,1-
Ilea* for winning the warm >>i.i
■pat hi of matinee ma idea*
•"COON HOLLOW."
"Coon Hollow,** the old favorita
road comedy-drama, ••arna-w to tha
Third Avenue again th* .am log
week. The original Max..a rem*
I>*n». which has tb* exclusive
right* to the piece, will present It
and the present production Is her
alded aa an esapertally good on*. The
trenic effartt tre aald to be par*
Uralarly good.
"BAI.AMMDO."
aPrederirk War .te and ' Kithrra
j Kidder ..pen at the Orand toroor*
.raw Bight for five aprrformeacrs ot
the ore Stanislaus Rlange play,
"Ralararaho." which deals with a
prlestras of ancient Carthage. Mi**
Kidder appearing la th* role tad
War!* enait.tig a barbarian war*
rl.ae
men ibl naooopt -
Tomorrow afternoon aad evening
Tom it. | Nellie .'-ten.*: Jam. *
Pulton. Prtnk Panning, Met* Mar-
FREDERICK W'ARDE
At the ii! ... I In "Halammbo."
! sky. Georgia Francl*. Tot II Loft*
j v* and other* of the original Wiede
mann company will reappear at th*
Alcazar, the pre*ent company leav
ing for ii to.nl tour. The Wiedemann
company will put mi the Ruaslan
drama, "Mlrharl Htrogoff," with
new Kettlng* for each of the n\%
tct* r.f the piece.
"Michael Strngtiff" ha* not been
*een here in a number of seusuus.
Thn n ene* arc laid in lt>i . l.i »nd
Hlborln, opening In the cr.ar's palace
tt Bt. Pr-tertibiirg. The red and gold a
royal palate scene v. 11l lie the most
i l.il.ni I.- scenic ventures yet made
on the Alcazar stage. The play
TIM. SEATTLE STAINS A TURD AY. SKIT m. ipi^
take* i.1,.- through the (until In ter
ill..i of Tuit.iry Into the palace uf
Ih* gnverniir-getieiul of SUn-iU,
who** In .i.itjii.iiti m are at Irkutnk,
iind th. worm *j mpal i nf Hi*
nmlii in •• follows tin' development
Of tin plot. Mia 1i... I Ntrogoff" It
tiiin uf Ihe moat .popular uf all in.1.1
ilitim.it
"The Silver King I* In prepara*
Hon for rtrly production at the
Ah ajar
Following "tlarliara Freltehls"
thn Neill company will pi,,. the,
ini...iiitii drams, "A ..i tilleinaa Of
France."
San Khtil*rt announces that Fola
la Pollette, daughter of the Wis
•« = tiein governor, lint been engaged
for Ada Kvhan'a company. The
governor was quoted a tew weeks
ago a* saying he would not allow
hi* daughter to go or. the stage ■•
Its Influence waa had, causing dra
matic papers and a few titora to
ihniß the usual apaamt.
(harle* P. Clary, last Been la Be
ttUt »lth the Raker company has
Joined the Wiedemann company and
KATintTN Kiimra
In 4tr.tt.bi, at the lirarvd
will * seen at the Alcai . In
"Michael iStrogoff" the coming
X 11. .tatbern tnd Julia Marlowe,
with a I'.npan* of 100. are la Chi
cago, where they recently opened
their .»«a..ii a* joint itan
Olltrer Dead Byron, wh.ip tared
A. roe* th* Continent" for ..' years,
will return to the stag* thl* -aana.
playing with Ada Refcaa, his iteter
In law
H- I. 'IT'l* ' lirlnk made her comic
■or-era debut In "love's lafttte^," In
tMrolt recently. She plays the .part
of i German Isußdrew* and. aays a
riaport Issued by her manager, "the
natural accent of the »ur added
charm tn ktf spoken line* and her
humnr waa Infect lout."
llecatise *h* was discharged ta In
competent by Manager tieorge Rak
er Of the llaker theater. Charlotte
Dcane, tbe aitrets who was brought
Night Ws* Ht Terror.
m
"I would rough nearly all night
long." write* Mr*. I'liai. Applegate,
of Alexandria. Ind., "and could hard
ly get my sleep. I had consumption
... had that If t walked a block I
would cough frightfully ami *plt
i-i-"' i. hut. when all other medicines
failed, three |100 botllri nf lir.
King's New discovery wholly cured
me and I in" l ll i>ounds." It *
absolutely guaranteed to cure
tough*. f'oldi, Im flrlppe, llronchl
ll* and all Throat ami I.ung Trou
ble*, rite* I*.- and 11.00. Trial
bottle* tree at G. O. GUY Inc.. Sec
•nt av*nu* and Y*il*r, drug *tor*.
FORCED TO MOVE
14211 KIR.HT AVENUH.
The entire *to< k of housrhnttl
good*, consisting of furniture, car
pet*, stove* ami range*, crockery
and granltewar* must be sold at
ofir*.
Ikin'l ' -get the number.
jJi 1420 KIR.HT AVENUE.
__ a -
«a^Ha**ewMMaaaH*BMaae»a«M*^
Collins Bros.
Undertakers
1407 First art.
Phone*. Main 10:». Ind. 102»
here from Nnw York In play Intul
li, Mi lla.nii in' Mi li..well In ttock,
Im it l.rottglil suit for dtmtfftt
against the theiitili nl miitiußer. lv I
Huturday night at I'm i l.i ml »!i« waa
1 ■" , '— , ■ 1 a ■.. a ■ ***■* mam . I c
I HANK PANNING
In "Mb hael Rlrngofr* at lbs Alratar
notified that her services were no
longer satisfactory and that she
would be ill-|.. na «! with. Hlie
thought the matter over until yrs
ti'iditv and then consulted her at
toraeys. who promptly drew up a
1 rumptiiltit.
LITTLE TALES
TERSELY TOLD
hntH tii.-i'tnii: taitAiiAM. 11
yean tdd, haa left her home In Ta.
• mi a and her hmband think* that
*h* Is either in Kartell or lirllliig.
t un ahere *(.- ha* lelatlvea
thin- in Mr* I.l*'. in. i,.*. i her
hiiitiinl to linn im* her a doll, and
white h* waa aw*y getting it ilie
dlutfenfril.
THE WIIATVOM ftil'NTY Kun
day Bah.Hit < i.llVrlitlntl ...:..<• to a
.:•».- at i. Hi «t in. 11...' - ;.., after
a three days' eeaalon.
A ItltK'K IHIII'IMI Tl by Itt
feet <B to tie eiei leal on Ihe cornet
mt 'liiii end Third *tr«-eti In tier*
field The . . -... i will be .. . i.. I
and tiaiHl by Ihe Hank of tlarflrld.
in*, li l:.; returning from th*
tilymyi.* report that many band*
at elks hat* Im ■. .»*.. In ih* ...■<•
talna thl* fall, fin* party of hunt
era stated that they could have kill'
*-1 twenty Inatrad of the on* the].
had,
ATA I'ltni.tMlNAllT MF.nTINO
of the I. .. i ... men of tteilingham
'I tuii. I iy night It waa determined ta
orgaials* a club to he known a* the
Merchant*' Aaeottatlon of flelllng
l.-a-i IVni il."ll ..UJlllili... Will
■be - '■'■• ■ !* i at a meeting to be held
neit Thursday night.
JOHN HMITII. an employ* of the
Kortheealrrn tlaa nun ton) of Wat.
la Walla, while rehiring a gaa i ii«.
in the building occupied by Ihe l).
It A N. ticket office yeitmlay was
badly burned about th* face oil
hea.l by an eiplocton of gai.
Hit- I I II winrrnn. who i* on
trial al tlrangevllle. Idaho, for kill
ing Chrta l^mg iuid John Wain, lv*
t-eet, i r .i ...in, . i .guilty of ii. na. !■ i In
Ihe f!t»t degree.
Till: WHITMAN COVJtTT rro.
hit. it in convention Wal hall at
r.a'i-u.e Thursday and a full county
tlrket named.
-
Ns Pity Shewn
Tor years fate was after me raw.
tlnuouily," write* V, a. Oullrdg*.
Ve-t.el. a. Ala, - 1 had a Utile , a**
of I'll** -uelng 14 tumora When
-all failed llurklen'a Amlra Halve
cured me. .Equally good fur Hum.
and all ache* and pain*. Only {feat
C. 0. CUV. Inc.. %...-_ l.inul and
Y*iiir, drug »n i»
NINE MEN
May lead a man I. water, but a
careleaa stenographer 11l Utile
him to drink.
Underwood Typewriter
Oixraloti
Cant ttry well bo carries*— b*-
SSSSn they .a. evrrythlng they
'to a.* Haiti ax It a done
A«k L'» lo Prove
Thst the be«t *alarle« an. the
brat positions go to Underwood
operators.
Seattle Commercial
School
1414 Second Avmui.
Ph*n* 5874.
————— _m mi „____ m
! ITS WELL
.Tolbtiy well If you gel your
driig* at the reliable family
• tote ynu will get them right In
both prh-e and quality. m,
prge* are tlrnllsr to thr*e—
ItOOd't H*r*np»rlll» H.I,
Hwatnp 1i...-i. tit", alt* H.'lr
Hwntnp Hoot. (Ac six* tile
I'en i vi. || no list Mir
Pyr.ipi of t-tgi, genuine, .'.". *l«*
43*
h h h. iinn ii/.. H.I,
llemlai tie Ittiuno, IQ<- iltte. .25*
Witch 11-./-I (no watrr). pint
*.*"» C
We make prcicrlpllim* t% *pe
clulty, uilt.g only the licit una*
ni.i .in .hie nd give you what
your phyalrlan prenerlhee —and
the in. '■ i* v mom ttuvcr.
Stone's Pike St. Pharmacy
OOTH PHONES— MAIN 933.
U. 1 alii, l-'atnilv ami a-.,, rip.
lli. n Prilgf.llt*.
419 111.. St ii. I.
BRYAN IS
COMING
WILL MAKE A CAMPAIGN TOUR
Of MONTANA
in l I Mont., Bept. 24.—National
Committeeman C W. Huffman y«*
lerdny rerelved word fri.m Thomaa
Taggatt i hall man of tht national
■ un,miii. I-, that William J. lliyun
will make a „|n .tiiiui- tour tlirotigti
Montana In th. 11.1• . * -I.< of th.
Dmiiocratli' nutlmial ticket before
thn end nf the campaign. The
proposed tour nf Mr. Hryan Is taid
tv in- largely due to the efforts of
Heiiatnr t.'laik.
P L E BT~AT~ORAVE«END
ItOKDONi Hept. *t,-~Th* Atnrrl
csti cruisers Olympla. <*levelittul and
lie* .M..IIH* uf A. tii.ii,. I Jewell's
Heel, arrived at Graveaend toduy.
The I'llri ii"n' t lull gave ii dinner In
Ihe uffli crt of III* fleet.

O. lobar 27, 2*. 29
Addlil.iiml selling dates via Oreat
?. Hilt.-in railway fur wurld's fulr
tickets. (12 I'ltst Aye, •••
■ lit Omnia In Seattle
rim. coin**, Mf| '■ rourtt TSe,
ml 12 • nutiat. ti 00 with Bautalnet
or Bursal Every evening at
th* Mel*.. Uarbvri-, Second and
Janet *"
There is Only One
HARDMAN PIANO
I'nder our new syitem of ntun
lutely on* price to all, v -** old ta*
tabllihed planoa can be pun haied
for leu than other dealer* ask for
unknown mskea. tt ie an admitted
fart that the system of rooilrurllon
I* in. ii that lo them and no olher
piano ran the term "Improve* with
u*e ' U* properly applied. Nearly
all nf ih* large auditorium* In Heat*
lie i.i the ll n iin piano,
Seattle Thi*t*e.
Plymouth Church.
W.l,on'. Rink* Hall.
Littl*! Hall, Third Avinu* Th*.
et*r Ann*«.
Pilgrim Church and a heit at
ethire.
1.,, you ,|. .... a piano for all time'
Ho a llardm vi
I AFTER 6
BARGAINS
EVERY
MINUTE
Upton'* Tea No. 1, half pound
'27 ty
No. 1 Hun Chimney,
, tic Ma]- itlc Mantle -.<». 2
ii»r
if■ i:.* Chimney,
or
I'-.- Opal Car fthsd*.
Ot.
le noil Toilet Taper.
r.<
Daddy Toilet Poap, worth te,
1*
Williams Shaving ."..i| . worth lie
54
Speller & Hurlbut
Second and Union
lONNIV.WATtON CO, I
Pammat >> — *•* .Wla >*.*».,■. *«,. I
lan, Tt»..l •*• .<*! • . 'iiaetaa am*. I
Tlalin Mala II Beaut. t«a 1
PIKE STREET OPTIMUM
______ \\A___ -__-t-t\
,-~^*tf_y_y- ' VtlfKT ll
Bel a*.-. ti Fourth Hint fifth At*.
417 I'IKK ii..- from lUnkn hall.
N pat rent of Headaches are
.am ..I by llyn Strain.
Cured permanently by our sden
tirically fitted lenses.
11. A. I.INI. M
I ; Eye Specialist
WORKING-WEN'S
HOMES
Ton cnn liny nn ACRE "I* GOOD, lUll GARDEN LAND for Hit
lirl.e nf mi ur.lli.iiry lot In irniny (if ll.e heit ,■■ .\i „■-■ illstrl'ls nf tlie
city. Vtiti .mi i nine in every morning In tlein lo go to »ork at the
regular working hour*.
■I i,, liita-rtitt.itn nr linn Is the innitt rellitl.le, most comfortable and
.im. I. ". of nriy r M r line In the rlty or stale. Your family csn coma
In sny hour In tiiieiingn, eODCtftt iiri'l tlieuler* and return home aa
lute as midnight, -| ),., you have country life »nd city privileges.
The lime |s about the same vi on tin Ms-Olson 'in lln* In Lakt WH*h-
Ington! •'"• on the llit.-rutl.uri the curs art warm 111 cold weather,
Twe Iriier.,. ha« ititiont .ir. now on "RIVERSIDE INTERURBAN
TRACT*" ..i..| thete Bill sunn he another station there. Tbeat tracts
Bie inteileited I.) struts,
t.dewilt- lire rapidly being built. We build b*o*ei If de*lre<L
Rale* *f payment vary Illy.
• 'all ut offl.a. 1.-. Fr** Triniportatien arid ig'nts to aa company
you.
[
UNION TRUST COMPANY
Interporstid 1832.
W. C. 6i|uire, Pre..dent 31 and 32 Miller Building.
Ph ""' 603 M
AMUSEMENT*
SEATTLE THEATER*£J2*V
A___W Phonos—Main 43, Ind. 43
Till LEA HI NO THEATER.
Sunday, Sept. 25, Matinee and Evening
AI.I, THE WEEK AND SATURDAY MATINEE
Mr. James Neill
Arid Ills Bpltndld Company In \ j
A SUMPTUOUS PRODUCTION OK THE GRANDEST WAR
DRAMA ■ 1 I.IUOI.
Barbara Frictchic
H - , " ' ' ■ .*'* ' ' '
A Magnificent Historical tt* tjpectar!* ty Clyde Kltrh, America's
v reatrst Dramatist.
AKTOMSIIINO pniCES
Evenln*. I.e. 25e. Wl- 7»e. Sunday Matinee, l.'.c, iT.r, ,V>e.
Saturday Matinee, IS*. 25*. Beats one meek * advance.
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*" "UP TOWN" Phones: 5 newt. Mala 4*7; Iniepcndrnt, 5*7
SEATTLE'S MOST POPULAR THEATRE
MATINEE PRICES-JOe and 25c
NIGHT PRICES-20c, 30c, 40c and 50c
Ilox Ofrtce Open 19 A. M to » P W.
Oat Whole Week Luting MATINEE
Tomorrow, Sunday Sept. 25th
"The Best Southern Play
kA Romance of
Coon-Hollow
NEW HCENEItV. IN A NEW Dr.l.*.t!«, NEW COSTUMES, NEW
srixnAETirat. new dances.
BUT THE OLD RELIABLE carolina quartette.
DON'T MlB 8 BEEINO
THE FUNNT DURatARTI"* "THE DYNAMITE EPISODE:" ,
Week of Oct. 2—FOR HER SAKE
fWRAND
(Jf OPERA HOUSE
FIIIDAT EVENING BEIT. It,
.;•..''! Feather-weight
Boxing
Contest
tt Bounds Marquli of Qu«-en»bury
Rules
CHARLIE NEARY
Milvuiukre, >Vln.
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LOUIE LONG
Oakland. Csl.
Including Two Star Preliminaries
I*l**ll Omlmm ... Carta Atu.a.n
Tany Sta.tm. ... Oumram Smmimr,
TIME CAI-liini AT » P. M. HIIARP.
JACK GRANT, REFEREE.
Admni.oni. $1.00, *2.00. »3.00. *5.00.
Iteaerved seats on *ule at llrund
Oi>en% Houie nn and after Hcpt. :».
MODERN DENTAL PARLORS
Second Avinu* and Pik* Street. «^». ____t__m
Over P.opl.*i Dink. m*JJ PLATtB i IX; *Jt4*
Th* best material* romblned REQIII "alf'ffWT^HfClllh
villi inmierii operator! of II to *^H)lTn.^^tcWß
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cheaper thun the actual cmt of
flrst-rlnii niatrrlnl. We u*e Pull Set of Teeth ».*, mi
nothing but the belt. All work Hold Crown* g.YtHi
gunrunteeil for 10 year*. llilttge Work $& 00
Hotire —1:30 to 6, Sunday, S:3O Hold Killing* ...... , " i 1 ,>,,
to*- Silver Fillings ...'..'.'.'. '.'.'...60*
Third Avenue Theater
Benefit of the
HOUSE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
FRIDAY EVENING. SEPT. 30th.
The Beautiful Pity,
A ROMANCE OF
COON HOLLOW
By a New York Comjiany.
.\ilnl--lon. M cents. Two chil
dren admitted on one &0-raat ticket
Alcazar "'•."'*.*
Bettls A Keogh Prop*, and Mgra.
I'bonei—Huniei. Main IMS: Ind.. A %A
THIS AFTERNOON, TONIGHT.
LAST TIMER
an.' Sensational Conitily-Dnuna
"A LIVE WIRE.': • .
Starting Sunday Afternoon, Mag
nificent Production of
"MICHAEL STROGOFF '
Price*—SOc, roe and 10c; Matinee*,
10c and 10c

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