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THE MORNING JOURNAL -COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1908.
MEIGS ft cry, VIMt Now Haven's Larsost, Llj-hicst and lland.oine.t sptrp, est Values in Town Await You Here. You'll aep nomfl vory ptylish suits worn in New Haven this Fall and Winter, and the smartest, snappiest, dressiest of them all will come from this store. You'll see ready-made clothes that fit perfectly, that are correct in style, that are faultlessly tail ored; but you will see nothing that excels in distinctiveness the suits which we offer at $10 TO $38 EXCEPTIONAL STRONG .VALUE AT $15. OVERCOATS $ 1 0 TO $30 We'd like you to see some of our fine overcoats, and try them on. We can please every individual taste, for we have an almost endless variety. It won't cost you any. thing to see them, at any rate, and you're sure to make money if you buy, JRAVELERS' WEEK END TRIPS Do you know lhat throughout NEW ENGLAND are the most accessive and attractive localities for these ONE OR TWO-DAY TRIPS? You may eo bv rail or hmt and Hi trip may be rounded out by trolley rides, or innumerable drives. Why not get ready and plan one and ses for yourself HOW ATTRACTIVE THIS SECTION fg NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN & HARTFORD R, R, m . - AN IDEAITRIP- iCNO fflO ILLU.V BOOH. Or Ally l,m-nl , Agents. 59jNew Haven Line rnnxnw voiik, thl rUnSOUTH ANU WB.1I FARES REDUCED. ,' ' 'i'l F.AM Ell RICHARD PECK. Frem Sew Haven Litavo Hello Dock lft l v. I'lly, except Mondays, 1:00 a. m. From e - ork Leave Pier 28, East i ,ver. near Catherine '81, 2:45 p. m.i I jVl Kast 220 Ml., p. 'in., dally ex :it SundHys. Time between Now Ha- and New i ork About tlvo hours. lI'lokets an rj utateroom at Bishop & 1S5 Orans'i Rivet, also at Uello , ck and on Steamer. KO. C. BLACK, Affent, Now Haven. ; -f. C. COLKY. A. G. P. A.. New York. it" HAMBURG-AMERICAN '.f, I.oikIiiii nrl Hilmliurn i ierlka Orl. V, Patrlnlfi. ..Ort. 31 ,'T( Jlnrrihnrg direct. 'fl (ilhrulliir Naplen ;ennit 'liT A T T Haiibma. Nov. 3, .M. X JL Jf,tkPi )(,r 8 '-.I neiilschlailil to Italy Feb. (I. i.iee. 4." IItst, SI. V.. or any local agt. I'jwpezey & Kelsey, 102 .Church st.j "I:. II. Parish & Co., Sii orange st. tr- FRENCH LINE. il'npuicnie (ienerale 1 ruunailuntiqun. .leot Jjine to i AVKh. fAKia. Frrnin. '.t.i ailing every THURSDAY, 10 a ru. From Pier i2, North River y Nw York. . ,t Provence Oct. 29 , Lorraine Nov. 6 r'V Touralne Nov. lj .Tf fir. . uic ....... ........... . . tiiid i j ,.. Provence wov. 26 -1 t.orrjatne Ilec .1 Vtrwln-acrew ateameri. H svkciai, mn.i.M,. 'C'ew Twin-Screw S. 8. "Clilcajjo," Nov. . noon, from Pier 84. W. 4 4 lit St :i) Second and Third Class Only. .iMeral Agency, 10 State Street, N. Y. i ply to French Line, 19 State St., N. Y. Jf Sweezcy & Kclsey, 102 Church St, ..Ishop A Co., 1S3 Orange St. 1 arlsh & Co.. 3 Orance St ; BISHOP AND COMPANY, Railroad and Steamship ii Ticket Office, h 1S5 ORANGE STREET. yckcts to Southern Points by I'ytwlsf- .stewniers, Inetudtncr OttJ iVtlnloti. Clyde, Kitvnnnnli. MdHorv. ?d. Sout.iiprn T'aelile, P,., sttp ;Ins rotwmd ami bimaaire clierUed i It resldenep. '.Ilreet ARcits for European Lines. 'Siixstmes tn ami from the Old 1ISH0P AND COMPANY, i WLIHIBIW MEIGS & CO. INCORPORATED THE BIG STCRff. GUIDE. ;Starin's N. Y. &N.H. Line. DAILY EXPKPT SATi'unn PASSKMiKII AMI FREIGHT SFIIVKH ... aV New Haven 9:uu p. m., Starfi Her. fool of Brown Street. Leave t','w Jor!t 9'00 P' CortlBndt Street, Pier No. 13. N. R. Fare 73c.. excursion t rkeu J1.26. Room J. Tike. Chap el btrtet cars to Brewery street. C. II. FISHER, Ageul, New Haven, fonn - '....n..nr,i, MPKn Til mm l-roni Ne. vorl, .. prN ,lrt rrlole ! MONTHLY SAILINGS. To ( i I ; K V.t SlllllnuH Wl'lllK-Hllll.lN I TWIN Sl'KKW S. S. MARTHA WASH ! INGTON, Al.li'K. I.AIH.V. A11GKN TINA. OCEANIA, '""i" Further 1 11 r rii)n t Ion Apply to Nearest Agency or PHF.I.PS PIION. ro Gcnernl tireiil. Whit. .imii n,iii,;i,iK. x. y. ciiy. GOAL W GRAND AVE Good Coal, and Clean, Full Weight, and Lowest Market Price. ' We are pleasing others ,n ,,,ili 4 , , we W1U tj and please you Telephone 3412. THE NEWSERVICE. rte-nnves your ashes and rnhhlsh In fl i sanitary mannor. Cellars cleaned and whitewashed. Make ynnr HrranLe. ments with me f,,,- the wmr ' FRANK K. SWAN, Tel. E66-3. Home Address, 2."ri Orchnril jlf, The Continental Automobile Mianf g Co. 121 Olive Street. 'Fbone 5232-2. GUNS AND AMMUNITION OF THE BP.ST QUALITY. rrllson PlinnoEriipli and Hcrords Ve(tr TallihiK Mnrhlnts nod Records. A eholep sloek (o select from. Poekpt Ctitlory tlif best nutkes. Kfj Elltln ami ImiIIV nod Se(?r Slmrppnlng. JOHN E, BASSETT GUM STORE, 5 CHURCH STREET, MKIGJ ft CO. mmmnm JEWELERS. Veil Pins. Waist Sets. Belt Buckles. fB8 CHAPd 8TH.ECT. NtW HAVEN. OT, Diamonds, Fine Jewelry, Watches, Silverware, Sterling Silver, Clocks, Rich Cut Glass, etc. Something to I'll livery Purn, Prices n High. ICIAN WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. Pouyat China. i We would be pleased to show you our importations of Five O'clock Tea Cups, After Dinner Coffees, Des sert Plates and Bread and Butter Plates, in this ex ceedingly h;gh grade china. ; The prices are reasonable. i Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-859 Chapel St. Established Sixty-five Tears. PRIZE WINNER. If you until n prl7:c wlnnrr tlipn hnj Cnntlnptitnl Automobile. Tliln car holds (he sllvpr eiii for first prlo In the l.onn-mllp scnlcd-bonnet pnntent for speed nnd durublllty. The Contl Itpntnl etir Is recoRtded lis one of the great suocesKful maohltips In (lie conn, try. If ynu want one leave your ordpr ot nnee orders require at least sli weeks to fill. W e would lie pleased to give demonstration nnj time. PLAY THIS MORNING Erasmus Hall and N. H. H, S. Elevens Meet at Yale Field at 10:30. GREAT GAME EXPECTED Roth Tphihr Strongest In Tltelr Re spective Stales Full Team to Represent Erasmus. Everything Is In readiness for the big game of the K H. H. S. football team which will takn place at Yale field at 1 0 : S 0 this morning when that pIpvph meets the Erasmus Hall high school of Brooklyn for one of (he most Important and best lnterscholas tlc contests of the season. Cheering leaders have rehearser their songs and cheers with the students and will turn out In full force this morning to cheer their team to victory. The team has been given thorough scrimmage and signal work throughout the week. Nothing has been left undone In the preparations for the hard contest. The Rrasmus youngsters, who have be.sn under thn care of a paid coach, arrived this morning and will mnko the local high students go some to come out ahead In this morning's bat tle. It was at first thought that four stars of the Erasmus team would be barred from the game, on account of deficiencies In studies, but owing to the postponement of action on the part of their principal regarding the matter, they will , be seen In the Brooklyn High llnp-up. A victory over Erasmus Hall means probably a. claim for the New York championship by the local high, as the visiting team has always had u strong team claiming the champion ship tn New York state In previous years. After practice the local high stud ents were yesterday given a secret sig nal drill at the school and a more merry and hopeful lot of youngsters could not be found. The way those athletes sang the school songs and cheers without the least regard about to-day's game, only served to show how contident of a victory they were. HTGH SCHOOL MEET. I'reslimeii W in Interolasx Track Ecnts at Vale l'lold. At the fall lntpr-elnss track meet of yesterday, the freshmen loomed UP strong claimants for the meet, by ca.p tiirlng 30 points. The sophs followed the scrubs with 22 points. The seniors and Juniors won IS nnd 15 points re spectfully As the regular high school track men were barred from competing the record for the different events were never in danger of helng destroyed. Class numcr.ila will he awarded first place men w hile all point winners re ceived badges. The summary: One mile McHenry, Cohen and Is It - tredge. Time, full. ion-Yard dash Ontes, Metcalf and Holbrook. 120 Low Time, 30 4-5 Fee. hurdles-Kelly, Peck nnd Holbrook. 220-Yard and Dates. SSO-Yard- Time, 17 4-.'). see. run Starkweather, Irwin. Time, 24 1-5. Irwin, Ororlske and Stark- weat her. Time, J; IS 3-5., 410-Yard Carroll, Crodske and Wildly. Time. M J-S. sec. Shot put Kelly. Stiles, Abramovttz. Distance, 2! ft. 9 In. Running broad jump Holbrook, Met calf. Phllbln. Distance. 17 ft. S'j In. Pole vault Norman nnd Peck; 7 ft. 2 in. High Jump Cohen, t'oyle and Henry. Height. 4 ft. S in. Me- The Rev, w. J. Long of Stamford will preach in the Center church on Sun day. October 2'. at 10:30 a. m. He will also pcnk at the vesper servb es In the afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mr. Long Is the well know n writer of storlfls of unlmal I'.i'e. RELIGIOUS SERVICES Grace M. K. Church, eor. Howard avenue and Purtsea street; pastor, Rev. l'red Saunders--Services, 10:30 a. m, 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 12 m. tf Kirs'. Church of Christ, Scientist, Re publican had. Temple and Crown streets. Knlrsnce on Temple street Si rvlces: Sunday at 10:30 a. in. and 7:3r) p. ni. Wednesday evening meet ing at S p. m. Free reading room in building. 1102 '.'Impel street, Room fini, open rtsily from 10 n. m. to B p. m. ; on Wednesday 10 s. m. to 7:30 p. in.; Tues (lav and Saturday evenings 7:30 to 9 o'clock. Literature for distribution. All are cordially welcome. tf Firs! Bn pi 1st church, Edwards and Livingston streets, Rev. Frederick Lent, Ph.D., pastor. Services flt 10:3 'J n. m. and 7;3'i p. m. Bible sclmnl m 12 m. All welcome, tf Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, corner Dwlghl and (leinge Ntreels, Itev. .1 (ill ti W. Mnynard. pastor Public wor ship wltli sermon bv the pastor. The kindergarten will meet at 10:3", un der competent Instruction, giving par ents opportunity to attend the morning service. Sunday school n noon, F.p worth lesjj'1" service at l!:30. Publi. worship at 7:30 with preaching by tli pastor. The First Methodist Episcopal church, corner Kim and College streets,. Rev. Francis T Brown, pastor Class meet ing fit, 9'30 ii. in.; public worship at. 1 1.30. with sermon by the 'pns tor. Hlhle school at noon; Chin ese Siindnj' school at 2:3"; .lunlm League at 4:00; Epworth league meel Ing st fi:3rt; public worship at 7:30. with pennon by the ni 'tor. Center '''hnrch - -Rev, Newman Smith, D. D., pastor emeritus. Morning spt vpp at 1ft :3ft Sermon by Kpv. W. .1. Long of Stamford. Flcmouth ChurchThe Rev, Wtn W McLane. D. 1'.. pastor -Divine wor ship, and senuou by Fee Newell M. CaJl-ionn ut 10 30 and 7:30, Hunriay rr-hnn ut 1 1. Young People's meeting fit (j ii", Dwlght Place Congregational rhnrcli, - -Rev. Win. V Wte, fr. 1.1,. pastor. 10:30 n. m., and 7:30 p. m,. preaching in connection with public worship. 12:00 ni,. Hll-'le sclmnl. il:3d o, ni., Vninia People's iiip"tlng. Mld-wepK service, Tnesdav. 7.4n p. ni. Trinity P, E Church on the Green- The servl'-es t Trinity church will he nn follows: a m.. Iioly communion. 10. in. nioinlng praier and sermon hj I he Rm IT 11 Ti. gierrett. 13.1ft Pn,,' (bn s"hooi. 7, so o'clock, iM-enlng priver and sermon bv the vector. Pev. "Charles ii. f?cv!H. 1'nlted ciiiit'ch (no'-th church on it ko-piii Morning worship at 10:30. w-Uh sermon hi the Rei I ' , of N'r v- ttri'a in. Iinvenport I'linrcl pastor, liev. Ernest i i?,"i-p H, j a vis, 1. 1, I 'olin , Woostev square; L. Wlsiner 10-3(1. morning worship. Sunday school at 1:' m. V. P. F c. I. at (!:.i'i. Evening sr ' !' flt 7 3n Mid-week service. Tues day e'-enlng at 7 SO. TtoosEYELT AHPENT. President Will Not AV!tnci Harinrd Aniiiipolbi tiiiine. Annapolis, .M.D., Oct. 23. Although hopes that President Roosevelt, would be one of the t.peciators at to-morrow's game between the football teams of the Naval A'Milr-nn nnd Harvard, are pot to he realised, bis I'amlls will be represented by Miss Ethel Roose velt, who Is to come from Washington with a party of friends and will prob ably be seated on the navy side of the grand stand. Assistant secretary of the navy, T. W. Newberry, who Is a Harvard graduate, will, it is ex pected, see the ganio from the Har vard benches. The navy scUHd went, through final practice for the gmiie to -day, confin ing themselves to the lightest W'ork. Lsnge, the rieot riuarterback. who had a stiff leg yesterday, was out and showed such improvement that there Is no fear thitt he will not be In to morrow's game. The others of the team are all in good shape and In the half nn hour work to-day showed much enthusiasm. The Harvard football sound, 27 strong, .with a number of "rooters," arrived this morning and registered at. the Hotel Belvedere. After break fast the men went to the grounds of the Baltimore Country club where tbey werp entertained at luncheon. During the afternoon there was sig nal practice and light work for a short time. ' TWO GAMES OE EOOTHAIL. Glep ("lull and Annex In Moot Strong Elevens To-morrow. Another double header of football Is scheduled for to-morrow at the Annex grounds, when llm Annex and the Na tionals, Glee Club and Echoes meet. The contests will undoubtedly prove very Interesting, as these loams are evenly matched and know how to per form the sport In great style. The Annex-Nationals game will start at 2 o'clock, ami will be followed by the Glee club gaipo. The players of the second contest will line up as fol. lows: (ilee CI nil. Kidmen. Calilll Hayes, Hasten Left End. McManus B. lveyes Left Tackle. Ferguson, J. Bruin SleCabe Left Guard. Mofnl LaPoInt Center. Davidson. J, Armour Cnngane Right Guard Ke.arns McKlernan Hlghl Tackle. Phelan, Clancy E. Guulit Right End. Coden, Martin Gilford Quarterback. Frechette , .1. Sullivan Left Halfback. Keleher O'Connor Right Halfback. Calilll Chapman Fullback. Washington Glee club would like .i arrange games with any ISO pound Kant In city or slate. Address nil challenges to J. Murry, DeWItt street. vviiovu, polo i i;(.u: ktimiim; W. L. I'.C. 'rn Itmrn 3 0 1.11(10 Pawl ticket 3 I .15.1 Urldgeport 2 1 .tbi Sntem 2 I .(Hi Providence 2 2 ..loo Worcester 1 2 ,333 Brockton 1 2 .233 Fall River 1 2 .333 Hartford 1 3 .2S0 New llrltaln 1 3 ,2Su POLO 11KSI I.Ts. At Sa'em Salem r. Providence 4. At Pawtuckct Pawtucket 5, Worces ter 2. 1,11.1. in IX XKW min us. New Britain, Oct. 23. -Congressman George Lllley, the republican guberna torial in nilnee, and I'halrmnn Michael Kenealy of the state cent nil commit lee were the principal speakers nt a republican rally held to-night In Russ wln lycetiin. Tiie piece was crowds I. Mr. Lllley disclosed toe public utilities commission question along lines similar to Ills previous vtteranoes. I tin. W II, I, MM TO P!'!U. Wells Williams, who has recently re. turned hire from a trip around' the world, will rIvo an Informal talk at St. John's Episcopal church to-morrow daring the morning service. Mr. Wil liams will relate his experiences from a religions standpoint, which he met with while on li's world trip. MICHAEL ETZEL S SONS, Snw mill, wood turnliier and band sawing. Automatic variety wood turn ing and polishing wheels, pulley poles, flag poles, fence, hitching and clothes posts and sticks, hard wood rolls, all sizes. All kinds native lumber, flro placo and kindling wood. 'Phone Connections. 101 Fairmont ave. The only car with a PERFECT SCORE in the KANSAS GITY RELIABILITY RUN September 19 to 20, 8-Day Tour of 920 Mileo, Was the Full-Jeweled WINNER Of the $1,000 trophy given by the "Kansas City Star," He, f eating the 30 other cars start ing, representing the leading makes' of America. 1 Tho Corbin Motor Vehicle Corporation. NEW IllilTAlY CONN. H. E, Doolitilc, 53 HHO.VmVAY. NEW HAVEN. Local Agent. CLEAN HANDS, ind a mild disposition, are easy to maintain if ynu use the Wad i man Self Filling Fountain Pen. Sold by C. M. PARKER the Opllilst. 810-A Clitujel ht. Entrance 810. ENTERTAINMENTS. HYPERION TUESDAY NIGHT, OCT. 27. Samuel E. Hork Fvpsenl l hp Illjjlilv Esteemed Comedian, MR. FRANK LALOR Formerly of "Coming Thro' the Rye," In the new and exceedingly Brilliant Mimical Comedy, PRINCE HUMBUG Expressly written for Mr La I or by Mark Swan; Music, by ! Karl Hoschnn ' ' Remarkable Company of 7R Comedians, Singers and Dancers! A rare assemblage of Sweet-Faced, Graceful Girls In the Extraordinary Chorus and Ballet of 0 A Vast Array of Scenery, Costumes, Elec trical and Mechanical Effects of Dazzling Beauty. Largely Increas ed Orchestra, "Another 'Coming Thro' the Ilye' only Better." riiU IS-S'V In $l.rn. Routs Now on Sule. Throo Night. Tliiirduy, Erldny and Saturday, October 211, 80, 31. Mudnep Pnlui'dny. ( The Sensational Muslettl Cmnody Success of Hip Century, MONTGOMERY and STONE Tn Charles THE By Henry ti PHICES Evcnhiir, ."idc to $2,00, Scat Sale Tuesday. Carrlugcs Three Performances. November 2-3 MiiIIiipo Tuesday. "Good Kalian'' Opera u( llegulai' TheHler Prices." Ivan Abramson's Italian Grand Opera Company, 160 ARTISTS. Monday. Nov. 2 "Aldn." Tuesday Matinee "Cavallpria Rustlcana" and "I Pngllaccl." Tuesday, Nov. 3 "Lucia." I'll ICES SOu lo 82.00. Seal, Sale SK3BQSS Grand "OPERA HOUSE THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST. Matinee and Evcnlntr, Wednesday. October 28, Only, Thu Twentieth Century Novelty, f FROM SING SING TO LIBERTY Evening Prices 1 5c, 20c, 30c, Thursday, Friday. Saturday. Oclolnr 211, 30, ,81. The'Grent $1,000 Prize Play, "BLACK BEAUTY" Introducing llliick Homily, Merry Legs and Ginger. . Dramatization of Anna Sewell's Story. Special Mntlnec 1'rlday at 3:30 P. M. V ' No Child Should Miss This Play. Matinees Dallv 10. 20, 25c. Evenings 15, 20, SO, BO, 75.; DILLON MAY NOT PI AY. Princeton's Captain Will Probably Fail to T'l'te up Aintlnsl S raeuse. Princeton, N. J.. Oct. 23. On the, eve of what Is expected hero to prove Princeton's hardest football game ex cepting that with Yale, Head Coach Roper of Princeton announced to night that Captain Dillon would not be played In the contest with Syracuse at University Held to-morr.ivv. This Is not regarded as final, however, for the veteran quarterback Is In good condition nnd Princeton Is greatly In need of his services. The Intention of thp trainers Is to save him for the Inter games with Dartmouth in New York and Yale at Princeton. Marine Record. ZiiZ& I'OIIT OK NEW HAVF.V. Arrived: Sen. Helen H. Benedict from Baltimore. Md.; Frank W. Bene dict from Ferdaudlno, Fla,; and Ad vent from Bridgeport, bound for Nnr lolk. Va.; tugs Cora Staples, w'lth' two barges from New York; Resolute, with two barges from New York; Ir vliigtuti with six barges from New York, and James MeWilllams, with two btiiges from New York. (.K.NKHAI, HllPriNI MKVVS. Cape Pace, N. F. Oct. 23. Steame; Mlnelonka, lxindnn for New York in wireless communication with the Mar coni station here when 1.200 miles east of Sandy Hook at noon; dock about 2 p. m. Monday. (jucenstown, del, 23. Steamer Arabic, New York for Qneenstown and Liver pool, p'f, miles west at 1:30 a. m. Sailed: Steamer Crdrle (from Liver pool i New Vnrk. Havre, (let. 23. Arrived: Steamer La Toniiilne, New York, Tory Island. Del.. 23, Passed: Steam er Cn rllut gen Ian, 1 lilhidelphla via St Johns. N. F., for Glasgow. Glhraltar, (let, 22. Arrived: Steam er Aluerla, New York for Naples, -Genoa, elc, Ibiileriiam. Oct. 22. Arrived: Steam er Estonia, New York for Lilian, Manchester, Oct. 22. Arrived: Str Iberian, Huston, Cheihotn g, (let. 22. Sailed: Steamer Kronitrlnz Wllhelni (from Bremen and Southampton), New York. Llhail, Oct. I(t. Arrived: Steamer Korea. N'evv York via Hot terdani. Barcelona, (let. L Arrived :' Steam ers Heglnn FJeiiH, New York for pal. ermo; Manuel I alvo, New York via Ca diz. t;iiif eusiown, Oct. 23. -Arrived : St-. Arabic. New- York for Liverpool (and proceeded i. Naples, Oct. 1,1.- Arrived: Steamer Konlg Algert, New York for Genoa land pi oeeeded 1. Cherbourg. Oct, 23,- Arrived: Steam er Kiiiserln Auituste Victoria. New York via Plymouth for Hamburg land procecder i. New- Yoik, Oct, 27. --Arrived: Steam rr ,a Provence. Havre. M'.H l,0l)O VUtlF MTF,H. New Loudon, Oct, da, .---Arrived: Sob. Robert .'no. lleiovlck, from Greenport ; M !-:. EldridRp, Kelly, from New York for IM'kport, Christian Science Lecture. Mrs flue Harper Mints. ' S 1'. Grand Opera Iloiine, . Tu'Vibn, October 2T, P. 1 lid er tto-- Auspices of Ftr-t Church of Christ, Scientist, N--w Haven. ilinli.(on Free, Mtbont Ticket, ENTERTAINMENTS. LA ETA RE ifVl'N' i A ST. ROSE'S PAFT3H At .Music Hull Oi tobcr l-i lo 25, loclti. -Ive. Ibtniltist Ever Evening, ADMISSION 11 CENTS. THEATER Dillingham's Production, RED MILL" Blossom and Victor Herbert Matinee -25c to S1.50. ( 11. Friday. October 30. BB313BB Wednewlny, Thursday, Saturday. Mtvtnie Bflc, 7r.c. Matinee 10, 20, 26c. GIRL REVIEW With TEXAS GUINAN llislc by ALFRED SOT.MON, I.yrles by Pt 1, WEST., Poses Arranged By " Miss Annabel) Whitford THE GIRLS v Minnie Harrington, (tarn Doltnrd, Louise lllclmrds, Mnxtne Atietln Unfile Lorraine, Trlxle DeWItt, (Jlhson Man, HARRY HARROWS, ftpf" The Great Sensational ott Yachting Scene GRIFF The Ineoiniinrnblp. i,o noses most popular COMEDY JltO1,Elt Abels & Irwin Mirth nnd Melody In Black and AVIiltc. The Eminent Actor WALTER j W Co. LAW D in fl "At The Threshold," PnwcOil PramnOe Plnylet. Cibclli Bros. tociillsls nl Inal riimentntlsts. LEROY & LEVANION romfdy Par Prrformem. Electrograph T1i Wentun Ten Vifrty." Extra Added Attraction l-'I'st nnerniiee In Vnnilevlllp. 8 In I hi l eroaiinus l;phegvnl of (, "inedi A CARRIAGE RIDE AND ITS MISHAPS Pg I i.:e., i), a, so, an. nHjCO Ciulle. nt Mot., in, vmmm poirs OVI'l KM1HE WEEK OF OCT. 2(1. f VAUDEVILLE fOI,.MO!V and MSSltfli PRESENT -THE- GIBSON RR0S. Byrne