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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, 'WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1905.
i Grieve, Bisset & Holland 38 and 49 BANK STRcST. TELEPJME 533. AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. Another Day of ToMorrow, It Is very seldom you'll find so man you to spend your money as you'll find here to-morrow. Take the com bination of the Bargains of Our Alter ation Sale and the Specials of our Thursday Bargain Day and the two form a list of unmatchable opportu nities for savings,". ' , .... ; APRON GINGHAMS. 4c a yard, worth 6c. Only a small lot of these In blue and brown checks. .OUTING FLANNEL SKIRT PAT TERNS. 21c each,' from 25c. 2 yards wide, , bordered ' bottoms, . crotcheted edges. , CHEVIOT WAJSTINGS. 0c a yard, from" 12c. Just the right weight for fall waists, light grey grounds with blue, red, green and black polka dots. BLACK TAFFETA SILKS. 66c a yard, from 89c. 27 Inches wide, extra good value. ALL WOOL SUITINGS. 65c a yard, from $1.00. BO inches wide In Scotch effects. FINE BLACK FRENCH VOILE. , 87c a yard, from $1.25. 44 Inches wide, very stylish. ALL LINEN TRAY CLOTHS. . 11c each, from 15c. ALL LINEN LOOM. DAMASK. 43c a yard, from 69c. 64 Inches wide, neat patterns. JM UNBLEACHED SHEETINGS. ' 18c a yard, from 23c. A good weight sheeting unusually Cheap In price, i' ( BEAD NECKLACES. ' 10 cents, from 25c. In Turquoise, Reseda and Pluk. Grieve; Bisset & Holland PHARAOH, "The Money Saving Shoe Man" 283 Bank St. Successor to S. Hirsch. Men's $2 Shoes, Patent Colt Lace" S1.50 Women's $2 Patent Colt Lace Shoes, special reduction, Boys' $2 Patent Colt and Box Calf Shoes, $1.69 Girls' $2 hand-sewed Shoes, but ton and lace low heels. $KSO Your money back on any purchase with which you are not satisfied. Star Bottling C6.t 31 Brook Street. Lager, Ale and Porter bottled for family use. . Also Wines and Liquors. Telephone. . FIRE ALARM. 4 Cor Boulh Mala end Grand its, ! 6 S covin Manufacturing Co (PJ ft Cor Bridge and Maglfi at 7 Exchange Place. 12 Rogers & Br 138 Cor East Main and Niagara its. j 14 Cor East Mala and Woicott road. ! Cor High and Watout sts. ; 18 Cor East Matto and Cherry sts. 17 Cor East Mala and Cole st. SI Oor N. Elm and Kingsbury tta. 28 -Burton treat angina boos S4 Waterbury Mf Co (P.) 25 Oor North Main and North sta. 23 Cor Buckingham and Cooke tta. 27 Oor Grovs and Prospect its. 28 Cor HUlstde avenue and Pine at 29 Cor Ludlow abd N. WUlow sta, Sir Cor Bank and Grand sts. 22 Oor Riverside and Bank sts. L24 Cor W. Main and WaUrtown rd. 26 Coon R y L f g Co car h e Jj 26 Waterbury Erase Co IP.) 27 Cor Cedar and Meadow eta. 18 Cor Grand and Field sta O Cor South Main and Clay sta. 42 New England Watch Co (P.) 45 Benedict 4k Burtaban Mfg Co t?J 43 Water-buy Bucklo Co (P.) 47 Oor a Mala and Washington it. 21 Cor Baldwin and River its. BS Cor Franklin and Union sta, 23 Waterbury dork Co, case Uc (TJ 24 Oor Clay and Villi ata. 29 Oor Liberty and Rvc sta. t7Ko 0 Hoae boom. Oor Baldwin and Stone eta. 23 Cor DooUttlo alley l Dublin at 72 Oor Waet Mala and Willow tta, 72 North Willow at, oor Hillside. I 74 Cor Johnson and Watervllle eta, 342 Woicott at, beyond Howard. (262 Oor East Main cl Welton sta. 372 East Main at, opposite Polls. S12 The Piatt Bros Co (P.) 213 Hammond BockJo Co (P.) 214 Waterbary CI k Oo, raVt tie IT.) 219 Co North Main and Grave sta, 251 Cor Bound II HI and Ward sta STA Farm street. 2M-"0rner fiUna avid North Main sta, f Junction Cooke and N. Main tta, S3 Oor Abbott and Pbnenl avenues. 7? Grove, bet Central 4 Holnve art a 114. H. E. Telephone Co bid. UJ 212 Oor Bank and Meadow its, 212 Randolph Cloxrrs (P.) a 14 Plume 4 Atwvod CP I f 15 American Ring Co (PT pl9 Eleetrle Llffht Stsym fP f:S Hoboes, Booth 4 Haydene (PJ t31 Xo 4 Hose boom. t73 Cor Green and. !. Lennard eta, 223 Cor Washington av Porter st. 124 Cor Charles and Porter sta. !33 Oor Flmons st 4k Washlcrtoa ar. 171 City Lsmber ft Coal Oa (TJ 412 TratT Bros 0?- iS jOnr Liberty and & Mata era 1,11 fteele 4 Jotnar Mfg Co (Pi 2S3 Oor Baldvta and By ata, SIQKALA. 2. Ons stroke calls supertnteodeas tie city ln. 1-1 Two strefees 2re est. rvH. 1-1-1. Ttres scrota 22 aa, 2 m ' CM rtMh Bargains Here y exceptionally good Inducements for TOILET PAPER. 7 pkgs. for 25c, was 5c a package FANCY PILLOW TOFS. . 18c each, from 25 and 49c. WOMEN'S JERSEY BIBBED FLEECE LINED VESTS AND PANTS. 29c each, from 49c. WOMEN'S OUTING FLANNEL GOWNS. 75c each, from 98c. In pretty stripe effects. TORCHON LACES. 5c a yard, from 7o. WHITE LACE CHEMISETTES. 39c each, from 50c. WOMEN'S BRILLIANTINE WAISTS. $1.25 each, from $1.98. In black, with white metallic dot, WOMEN'S HOUSE WRAPPERS, 98c each, from $1.49. An odd lot of these, well made cood styles. BOYS' OUTING FLANNEL WAISTS 17c each, from 50c. Sizes 8 years to 14 years, MEN'S ARM BAJN US. v , 2e a pair, from 5c. All colors, adjustable sizes. MEN'S FANCY STIFF BOSOM SHIRTS. Half price, 37c each, from 75c. Sizes 15, 15. 16, 1CV2 and 17. A NEW 50 CENT SUSPENDER, 23 cents a pair. Clothing ON CREDIT. Men's and Boys' Suits, Goats, Raincoats, Shoes and Hats, ; Ladies' Tailor Made Suits, Skirts, Jackets, Raincoats, Shoes and Millinery, WALLACE & WALSH, 25 Abbott Ave., Near Jacques' Opera House. NOTICE 1 To The Public Our door Is open to the Waterbury Inhabitants and vicinity to exhibit our large variety of the newest and best quality In the line of Umbrellas, Trunks. Bags and Leather Goods sold at the bottom pi-ires. Come In and we will- convince you. Any Umbrella pur chased of us we repair free of charge for an entire year. A promise from us J kept as we wish to keep the trade. We do as much nianufactiirinB as any firm in the city, so can afford to sell at as low a rate. BRASS CITY Umbrella anil Trunk Store 104 SOUTH MAIN STREET. We re-cover and repair Umbrellas Also Trunks, Bags, etc. Keys sold and fitted. Bankrupt Sale ! BY THE Boston Mattress Mfg. Co. L FABRICANT & CO.. Proprs., 250-252 East Main St Sale begins Saturday morn ing, Sept. 9th. Now is the time to get Bargains in Mattresses, Iron Bedsteads, Rugs, Quilts and Oilcloths. I. HORINBEIN, Manager. N. B- Pf pairing and renortting at the lowest prices. ATTENTION HOUSEKEEPERSI New Delicates sen Store 226 BANK STREET. Whlt- Weils new block, next t their factory. All the well known German Specialties. Home Msde Ba ron. Bofeima, Sausage. Sour Krant. Salads. Etc. Come and mi JOHX II. ARGCS. rrop. Open Evenings. The Erenlnc Democrat fror Info nearly erery borne in Wterbnry. It rec-be the barer. Most of our mer- yoVeatch T WI. t .p'i PrT. a family newspaper that Is read 1 by ererj member of the boost boil. Suburban News NAUGATUCK NUGGETS. Onenlnir show of Paris and New York hats at The Gamble, Desmond fin's. New Haven, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Also the finest trimmed hats in the state at $3.08, 25 to $0.50 and ?8. , Nearly all the local young men who attend Yale college have returned to New Haven preparatory to the re opening of the university. The local high school football team -.vill play their first game of the season Fridav afternoon on Hotehkiss neia Their opponents will be the Waterbury high school team. Elmer Wedge of Brockton, Mass, ito visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Wedge of Bradley street The St Cecilia T. A. and B. society will hold a dance In Columbus hall Fri day evening. Geary's orchestra will furnish music and a good time is guar anteed all who nttend. ' WATERTOWN JOTTINGS John Halloran is on the sick list, and it is reported that he has diph theria. , 'Henry G. Scott has recovered from his recent attack of rheumatism. Dr A. D. Variell has purchased an other automobile. A daughter was born Monday, Sep tember 25, to Mr and Mrs Carl Bar low. Mrs Bloss of Bethlehem Is visiting friends in town. Mrs Jacob Blakeslee moved hi household effects to .Salem, N. Y., yes terday. There will probably be a large vote cast on Monday, as two questions of importance are to be voted upon. One Is whether we are to have consolidation of school districts and the other free text books. 0AKY1LLE HAPPENINGS j.ne runerai services over the re mains of the late Mrs Marie Schlag were held at the family residence on Knob Hill this afternoon at 2 o'clock. tne Kev A. It. Lutz officiating. There was also a service at Hall Memorial chapel previous to interment, which took place in Riverside cemetery. It will be of Interest to manv local sports to know that Alex Swanson defended his title lu Hartford on- the night of September 25, by throwing John Peaney of Poughkeepsie twice fcwanson is a local resident. John Halleran, train baggage master on the branch, is confined to his home by sickness. Harry Cables is filling the vacancy. W. C. Hungerford of Maple Grove stock farm received a large consign ment or cattle from New Milford to- Charles Warner has returned from a business trip to Worcester and Bos ton. Mr and Mrs B. Lake have returned from Torrlngton where they attended the funeral of a relative. Mr and Mrs Tolles of Meriden are visiting with Mr and Mrs Norman Dains of East street. Owing to the funeral of Mrs Schlac this afternoon, the meeting of the Ia dies' Aid society has been postponed to Wednesday of next week. Miss Chrissie Beach returned to Hopewell, N. J., yesterday afternoon fter an extended vacation spent with her parents here. Mr and Mrs Rosooe have returned to their home in Norwalk after a few days' visit with relatives on Newton Heights. F. C. Slade Is recovering from his recent illness. WATERVILLE. C. G. Rarrigus and familv of New Britain were visitors In the "vllle" yesterday. About twenty young people from the "vllle" viRited Miss Stella Minor In Cheshire last evening. The pool match In Blacknian's lr.t evening was won by the Rerbockcr team, the score being 150 to 117. Mr and Mrs Frank Neubert have re turned to their home In Ansonla. I.. A. Fuller of Hartford is working in the American Pin Co for a couple of weeks. Tin-re will be a dance in Ooo Will hnll to-morrow evening, given Jiy the WnT.-rvllle and Thomaston Whist flub. Ywm Ofllre Boy to Peer. NEW YORK. Sept. 27.-Yesterday an offi e hoy, content and even happy with his wage or $5 or $5 a week: today Sir John Flwards of Cardiff. Wales, sole heir of the title and fortnne of the Sir John who died a few weeks aaro. This is the story of John Mr-Garry, office boy with the Town and Country Magazine here. ri.Earm tells Her Estate. BORDEACX. France. Sept. 27. Ex Empress Eugenie has sold to lumber merchants of Bordeaux her estate at Pol fen n. This knded estate, which consists of 36.0fi0 acres, was created by Napoleon III. in 157 at a time when there was great rise in the value of land la that department. West Helda With Reeeelt. WASHINGTON. Sept. 27. The western people believe in Roosevelt. declared Secretary Wilson, "and any noe who does not agree with them had better look oat. They will ba-k him up bo matter what he says or what he wants. They are with him on every- tnInr" mim4 nismw Deasl. LEITH. Scotland. Sept. 27. Hngh Biaik. large shipowner and a pioneer In the shirptoa' trade between Leita and American ports, is dead here. Mr. Bl - fk had be, blind for twenty year. cooimnea rj ,r-iwu..,j uiml hi extensive tnter HAIL ROCKEFELLER. Cleveland Men" Show Esteem For Standard Oil Chief! CALL HIM WORLD'S GREATEST MAS Depntatlon Calls at Forest Hill and Testify Their Regard Oil Ma nate Makes Brief Response to Greetings. CLEVELAND, O., Sept. 27.-Several hundred representative men of Cleve land called upon John D. Rockefeller at his home in Forest Hill last evening and through Andrew Squire, a promi nent attorney, and L. E. Holden, pro prietor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, expressed to Mr. Rockefeller their es teem for him as a citizen and as a great business man. The gathering included merchants, lawyers, Clergymen, educators and men in humbler walks of life. Forming at the lodge, the entrance to the estate, the assemblage walked up the steep hill to the old fashioned summer home overlooking the city N and country, Through Mr. Squire every person was presented to and shook hands with Mr. Rockefeller. ' ' ' ' . There were personal statements of good will from those who greeted Mr. Rockefeller, who in response thanked each pecson for their kindly expres sions and esteem. Mrs. Rockefeller was present. After all the guests had been presented to Mr. Rockefeller an adjournment was taken to the veran da, and In the presence of the entire assemblage, which had gathered on the lawn immediately below, Mr. Squire made an address to Mr. Rockefeller, giving expression to words of eulogy and regard for the man who, he said, had been a resident of the city for fifty years. Mr. Squire said that Cleveland and Ohio had produced many great men In their particular lines, but In the knowl edge of the laws of trade, In grasping and in applying them, In creating and building up of industries that are far reaching, It Is dpubtful lf the world has ever produced a greater man than Mr. Rockefeller. Mr. Rockefeller made a brief address in response to the greetings which bad been spoken. His remarks were al- .most entirely reminiscent of his resi dence in Cleveland and of the growth of the city. He said, speaking especial ly to the younger men present, that there is something more to life than mere money getting. ' "Turn your thoughts upon the higher things of life," said Mr. Rockefeller. "Be of service to humanity. Turn your thoughts into channels of usefulness, look forward to a determination that something useful shall come out of '.vour success. Let your Question be: 'What shall be the fruitage 'of ' thy ca reer? Shall It be the endowment of hospitals, churches, schools and asy lums? Do everything you can for the betterment of your fellow man, and In doing this you will enjoy life the bet ter." THE SUIT CA8E MURDER. Bostoa Police Believe They Will Boon Have murderer. BOSTON, Sept 27. The police believe that they are near the solution of the green suit case mystery. They have practically established the identity of the owner of the suit case found at WInthrop containing the remains of a young woman. They have learned, they declare, that a second suit case, containing other parts of the body, was thrown over board near the spot where the first suit case was found. Divers are engaged in searching the bottom of the bay for this suit case. A new clew has come to light in a bundle containing underclothing of a fine quality which waa picked up on the shore where it was washed by the tide. The paper In which the clothing was wrapped has been traced to a store In the aristocratic Back Bay dis trict The package bore on the outside the tag of a local express company, on which was printed In typewriting the name of R. O. Burnham, 2 Dalton street. R. O. Burnham was found to be Rebecca O. Burnham, who conducts a fancy goods store. The Identity of the suit case appears to be pretty well established, accord ing to the police, who decline to give names. The police have decided that Mr. Rosa, SWiapiro, a blond, formerly of Baltimore, who disappeared several weeks ago, is not the dead woman found In the suit case here. A Fenell la His A-aenalz. CHICAGO. Sept 27.-Robert Ban ners, a baker, twenty-four years or age. walked into the county hospital last evening and announced to the physician in charge. "Doctor, two year ago I swallowed a lead pencil, and it's bothering roe a bit" The doctor langh- ed at him. but Hanners stuck to bis story and complained of a severe pain in his right skle. His cane was diag nosed as appendicitis and as a case that required Immediate operation. The pencil five inches in length and sharp ened at one end. waa found imbedded In the appendix as Hanners had pre dicted. Hanners win recover. Mac Trark Will Him !Hre. NEW YORK. Pnt. 27. -Arrange menta are bring made to take Michael F. Dwyw. retpran raring man, to a sanitarian at Amityrlile, X. T within few days, where tbe gamest man the turf has known." as be baa been termed, will spend the ret of his life. The man who oooe bet $U1 to win V.fft a-nes to a retreat upon the ad vice f bis brother and former partn, rtil lwyer. I rrr in mentally pound. 11r jiral Incapacity alone, being pera- Ivspd from bis wairt down, nef-eswitat-ed his removal to an institution where be might have proper care. AIRWAYS Something Special Here. Thus the reason of rush of people you see nere. GREAT , REJOICING THIS WEEK at the A. & P. Tea Store on account of Reduced Prices and Extra Stamps. Special sale of Parlor Matches with Extra Stamps (1,000 in a box). Just think. , 30 STAMPS WITH ONE BOX . 5c 40 Stamps With 50c worth of our famous Teas and Coffees. Teas 35, 40, 50 and 00c a lb. Cof- rees 18, 20, 25, 30, 32 and 35c a lb. CUT PRICE LEADERS. ' tianey, regular price 5c a lb 3o Scotch Pease, regular price 4c a lb. 2c tiommy, Schumacher's 2-lb pack age, regular price 7c 6c Fly Paper, 3 sheets 5c Salad Oil, quart bottle, recular price 15c 12c 60 Stamps with 1 can, 18 oz, A. & P. Baking Powder 50c 50 Stamps with 2 bottles A. & P. Pure Extracts 25c a bottle 20 Stamps with 1 lb of our rich flavored 8 O'clock Breakfast Coffee, only , 25c a lb WE WILL GIVE 10 STAMPS WITH ANY OF THE ARTICLES AS BE LOW: A. & P. Ball Blue, 1 box 8c A. & P. .Baked Beans, 1 can ...... 10c Sardines, 1 box .lOc Roach Cremator, 1 box l(c And 15 Stamps with the following: Murbalene, 1 can ....,15c Sultana Peas, 1 can 12c Succotash, 1 can I0c A. & P. Cornstarch, 2 pkgs, 7c each FINEST FANCY ELGIN CREAM ERY BUTTER, ONLY 25c A LB. Buy noy as it must go up in price. The GREAT A, & P. TEA CO., 20 E. Main St Phone 177-3 ALTHEA PARK, naiawin Btreer, ixkk it orer, com pare location and price for lota 50x150, and you will he convinced that it la a good Investment Our terms are easy. A small amount doTp, the balance monthly Install ments. We have sold several lots, and can refer you to the parties who purchased ana you win nna tney are satisfied with their investment For maps and full particulars apply to JAMES A. HYNES & SON, Room 9, 43 East Main. i -turn? 7 Telephone 131. 2 Stores North Main, r I Store West Main. Money to Loan, First Mortgage. FIRE INSURANCE. L. R. CARTER, 11 EAST MAIN STREET. I Have a Nice Three Family House on East Farm street for sale; 6 rooms first floor, 6 rooms second floor and 4 rooms third floor. Other properties In every section of the city. John J. Geraghty, Bom & Real Estate and Insurance. 11 EAST MAIN ST. For Sale. Real Estate In all parts of the City. J. T0RK0MIAN, B. Beat Estate Office. 109 BANE ST. WORTH CONSIDERING for it means dollars and cents to you. A two family house of twelve moms, rents ror I-4.W wr month. To be sold for 2.t. f .y or less down. J. T. PHELAN. 42 Bank Street Take alert toe. FOR SALE One 3-famlly house, one 2 family bouse, on Mitchell avenue;, 3-famlly house on Rldgewood Lawn terrace; 3 f a rally honse on Central avenue. P. R CARROLL, 44 NORTH WILLOW STREET. A Few Bargains " room bnue on troliey line, new, would trade. 2 family bouse. Lomt street. 2-famlly boose. Falrview street. 2-famfly bouse. Ashley street 2-famlly bouse. Dikemaa street. 3 famlly house. North Riverside street. HENRY STACK MAN. Real Estate, Leans and Insurance. 21 East Main street Telephone 230. The eHee H capped nits, all the facilities f.w tnra.rj cat book and Job printisf at sttrt aeUce, aa4 at lowest prtcvsi for rood wsvt "Your Credit here Is SHAPIRO FURNITURE COMPANY, REMEMBER Twenty Five Dollars WORTH OF GOODS FOR $1.00 Down, 50c per Week. "Anything to Furnish your Home." SHAPIRO FURNITURE CO,, 369 SOUTH MAIN. CASH FALL OPENING, Latest Styles and Fabrics. MERCHANT Suits from . Top Coats from . Rain Coats from . Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed. JAMBS H. CL1NE, High Art Custom Tailoring. A Great Display of Shoes, the sort that will suit every bodyy Is on view In our windows and In our store. What prices? Men's Goodyear Welt In all kinds of leather and various styles, $1.68, hon est value for $2.50. Our School Shoes for boys at 08c and $1.25 are the things your healthy, romping boys need, And for the ladles wo have good Shoes at 08c, serviceable and stylish. At $1.25 ws will furnish you with a shoe that you will take pride In wear- !n& r UfXvi?Tlng' M"m Grand Central Shoe House. 25 Orand Street. For Sale. at less than house can be built; a three-tenement bouse In first class shape. Owner leaving town, must sell quick. If you want a. home and an Investment too, this is IT. JOHN S. NEAQLE. Real Estate, Loans, Insurance, Boom 17, t No 108 Bank St Telephone 18a FARM FOR SALE CoaslstlnK of about 60 acres, rood 9- room bouse, large bams, apple orchard. peach trees. W. P. Jarrett, Seel Estate. Boom 1. 109 Bank 8t NOTICE. All persons are by law prohibited from trespassing, damping stones, or rubbish upon the Building Lots form erly known as the estate of Thomas Donahue, situated Inst east of Bt Fran- els' church property. D. B. TIERNET. Agent . 387 BANK STREET. HELP WANTED Situations secured for girls to do all kinds of bouse work. If help Is want ed call on Keflord. Real estate bought and sold at Kefford $ Real Estate and Employ ment Agency. 03 Bank Et Room 2a FOR SALE. Horses, Mules, else 1 astr of Oxea, Pautlee looking for building lots U WstervUle will do well to see H. M. R1GMY, WatcnUle. Be has a number of good bargains. FLOUR FLOUR THE PERFECT "OLD WHEAT GUARANTEED'9 THE BEST FLOUR HILLED SO tbl3 to offer at $5 - With an empty Barrel The White-Simmons Co, Phone 710. Wholesale and Retail as good as your Cash." WE GIVE YOU OR CREDIT. OPP. MEADOW. Everything in the line of s TAILORING' y IS.OO ttp . 20.00 up . 22.00 uo Room 5, 199 Bank St JACQUES OPERA HOUSE. " V ENTIRE WEEK SEPT. 25-80.- Every Afternoon and "Evening. The Most Puzzling of All Novelties, PEWITT The Mysterious Face. The Five Columbians In a Bit of Dresden China Elwood Bostwlck and company In "Cranks," J. K. Murray and Clara Lane, Violet Stanley, the LePages, Josephine Gassman and her pickanin nies, and the electograph. Prices are 10, 20 and 30 cents; af ternoons 10 and 20 cents, ladles JOc. POLTS THEATER. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER MBER 2a . -. ! One Night Only, llhon trio Ufstlt CIaam " I iiilvll lilt IIUIIU JlvCU3 TOQncCormlck and Unfjctl Mars ton. SEE "The Old Mill," "The County Jail," "The Escape from the Jail,". "The Half-Witted Boy and His Awful Discovery," "The Rescue from the Flames." - The whole produced with wonderful, cenlc and electrical effects. Overflow, lng with sensation. ' Prices are 25c, 85c and 50c. Sale of seats Wednesday. POLTS THEATES. America's Greatest Actress, ' HENRIETTA f CROSMAN In her latest and biggest hit A new merry modern comedy Mary, Mary,1 Quite Contrary. In this comedy Miss Crossman's triumphs exceed those she won in "Mistress Nell" or "Sweet Kitty Bellalrs," or any others of her' piy. . Prices 25, 50, 75c, $L00, $1.50. No , free list . ' Don't Miss it - Tuesday evening is the opening night for the first strictly new begin-: ncrs' dancing class. For thorough, systematic and graded class Instruc tion the professional school has no equal A special advanced class Is,, now forming.. Open dally for private , ballroom and stsge tuition. PROF. BAILEY Music Hall. Citizens' Bank Building. Miss Nellye T. Reed's Dancing Academy 108 Bank st, 3rd floor, Jones-Morgan Building. Clasoe Monday and Thnniday even inn. Children's classes starting Fri dny afternoon. September 2!. from 4 to & Strictly private lessons any hour. Academy open dally. 75 4 (