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FATERBroy, EVENING DEMOCRAT, . SATOTDAY, OCTOBER:.! 1901?.
n iv .' .'.tin. , -, " SPECIALS i on BATt'RDAV V" 1 , NICrtT AFTER 7:30., 'TELEPHONES 1175 lod 1173 BRANCH EXCHANGE . CONNECT ISO ALL DEf ARTIfENTS. , . , WHITE TAI1XJB-MADB WAISTS FOR FALL WEAR. : Specials tor Saturday Night Afc 7:30. bleach, . . ,JOc each ItRKMH GOqns. . '. v ' ' i2 inch Imported French Voile In black and navy; - regular price $1.25, to-night only. . : . ;-. .-, . . 2c yd All Wool Suitings In Bilk overchecke and stripes ; In brown, Hy,-gfreen,rBtc, regular'prlce $1, to- . night r-v.. . . . -jrd TOILET G001)t.v i : .V StUltaan'B.Frkievdrteam.'io-iilght. . . , .; 35c a jar Caldef'S Tbbn Powder to-night. . . . . ; . ' 15c bottle Extrn-heavJ bristle; Noll rushes, wood backs, to-night 10c each IJXEN' 1)KIURTMENT. Remnants pf Table Linen, bleached, and un- ,t bleached', 1 to 3V4 yards, at less thau'cost. ; Huck Towels, good size, bleached, with colored, ' borders. ..good, Quality: to-night. . . v ....... oc enc,n Hnck'Tpwels, 22144, good, quality,, full . .regular jrice 15 c, tq-nlght. . . ..... -: belts, r ' . i , . Sfeel sfudded Silk Elastic Belts with cut steel ' , ' buckles, '(f 'colors, regular $1 ' value,. , to-night . ,,, . 50c each ::jKvELitv.''" ,',' . ' :-:.- Pearl itnd Gold Plate Cuff Pins, the 25c kind, to-night .... , 10c ap-alr Pearl and Turquoise Bet Veil and Tie Pins, value t!5c, to-uiglH. I" euch SdHd gold front Gull Pins,. protected points, each palr warranted, value 66c a .pair, to-night 25c a pair .Vevcarvea Shell and Amben Barettes, to-night y. , , ,-; ; . . ;... . . . ..... . 10c each '.- PILLOW 10P8. ' . v''s-v:. Autumn Leaf Pillow Tops and Backs, stamped lb " colors; price to-night. .... ..... ... . . ', .' .' 2c DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. ': .. .fePJ CJALS FOR SATURDAY NIGHT. ' ' 60om'1p Tucked Ruffled Muslin Curtains, .to-night only. .,. 39capalr $1.10 pair Nottingham- Lace Curtains, .ta-nigbt , only. .. . . . . .-. . .'. .... .i .,. 8c pair 29c a yard French Art Tickings tp-nlght only . 10c yd SOcTlllow 'Slips; all ready for the pillow, to-night .... only .......... ... ..... V . -... -3c each 12c ft yard Figured Silkoline, to-ntght only. ., 7c yd W'c Avlll -add a "Sale in the Basement" of . .. ,, 'k HOUSE 1.1RXISH1NG NEEDS. . Eath piece specially priwd for to-night. $EA KETTLES, nickel plated on copper," spottts.". are double seamed on body, black enamel han- dies, regular price 98c,,for to:nlght. . .69c WATER PAILS of paper mache, all one price, no ' ihoops to -drop off, 35c .value. . .... 23c WASH F.aSLNS of grax enamel, double coated on " . stoel, our 17c value. ...... ..... 9c BREAP V.KNIVES ot. good steel, blade 8 "inches .. long.' black, enameled Jiandla, 15ctTaluev. . . 10c MR3 F0TT8. IRONS., set of three, nickel plated,-" complete set with handle, and stand . ... y', ; 89c '- IX THE BASEMENT. .vOIJMA AND .GLASSWARE, DEPARpiENT, . vv , $3.23 SET AT $1.05. . ,. We put on sale Saturday night a qiiantity of fine English Porcelain Combination Sets at a saving of $1.81) on e-very set. A neat green border decoration, Each set consists of 40 pieces, as follows: 6 Dinner Plates, i Teu Plates, 6 Preserve Saucers, 6 Cereal Saucers, 1 .Bread. Plate, 6 Tea Cups, 6 Tea Saucers, 1 Bowl, 1 Cre&m Pitcher, 1 Cake Plate. Colonial Olass'Salt and Pepper Shakers, with cel luloid tops and nickel plated bands, 16c value, 10c Mrhln China Tea Cups and Saucers, fine Japanese . hand decoration,, 39c value. S3c Table Wnter Tumblers, the Hutted patterns, eacri. 2c Alftrm Clooks, warranted; to-night, basement . , . 60c WA81I GOODS IX THE BASEMENT, j ' , , Cotton Sorgo Suiting in short lengths from 2 to 7 yards, vnlu l$c a yard, to-night 5c yd Shirting Prints and .Calicoes, tho 8c 1 kind, to- ' night.... ...... ..... 5?4c yd Tercalcs, Cheviots and Madras Cloth In 36 inches . : wido,, regular price 12J, to-night. . ... 8 l-8c"yd Damask1" FlaYtnelB,' all colors and . designs, theS 12 He Qualify to-night. -. . . v. ...... 8.1-.3C yd Fancy bor4erel : Flannelette for dresses and klmonu8,-rjnlar price 12. He, to-night. .. l-8c yd Panama Sultint'," 34 inches wide, real Value 25c, .'I'- nwcla'l . , ........... 12Mc yd New Zephyr Ginghams in plaids, checks, stripes and" plain colors, the 15c quality,' to-night 12c yd Eluordown Flannel for bath robes.the 39q, qual- J . ity,' to-night ' ................ i . . . . 25c yd .PETTICOATS. Black Moire Petticoats, all lengths, width, wltbvdeep flounce, to-night. and wood . 50c each HANDKERCHIEFS, , v . Women's all Uncn hemstitched Handkerchiefs with lace edge, worth 19c, to-night. ....... 12Hc each lace: r'; ' ' "v All Linen, Torchon; Lace Edge, and ' Insertion to - mutch, worth 10c and 12 He to-night. ... . ,5c yd "Ql'EBJt' QVAL1TY SHOES FOR FALL WEAR. IN THE NEW SHADES OF TAN. , vf... 1 . ''X We have received a complete 'assortment of these hew shades ell tan in the heavy Russian Calf, just the thing for wear during the early fall season.-, v ,.. Tau Russia Calf, button, medium high heel, a per-.. -.. feet flttlnfj' Shoe, sizes 2 H ' to 7,. widths B to . B", price. . . ..;...,"......,....;. . $3.50 a pair Dark Tan Vlci Kid, Lace Shoes, very comfortable,' medium low, heel and wide toes, sizes 2H to , 7, widths C to E, price. . ..".:. . . . V.$3.50 a pair . , "' . . . .... i . jv. . r - ...... T Tan Russia. Calf Lace .Shoes, made with extra selllog numbers, sizes 2H' to 7, Widths 'A to E, price. ; . . , if '". . ... $4.00 a pair , . . . .... , ' ' '"' -' 3'-. Russia Calf, 8 inch Boot, Tah'S'uede top, waved; '. , the Jaiesticut.-ext.ra high heel and jilaln' short '- : vamps,. -eceptlonilly good fitting, widths A to E, sizes ZH to 7, price .......... $5.00 a pair ShurlockPin I)emonratioh : l : will continue all this week. The Shiirlock is'the . 1 only pin in th'e world that locks. . Come In and see them. Nickel ........ . . 10c each'S for 25c" Gold plate 25o each ( v V UUUl UIJUSI UJIUUIl THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 15, S P-PL AVonldn't yon like to" near the Itemocratic candidate himself tell you Just what his views are on the trusts, the tariff, labor and other important public questions ot the day? ( He does Just that.on the VICTOR " Come in and hear hhnat, "PULTON'S 99 4 Grand Street, j ; Opp. Post- Oflice ; : ' coldmine --v;"-:; -;v: ACompanyV j Lehigh Coal Will bear close inspection, and will look as good as gold to you .on a frosty morning. We nave a good stock ot . ' t it Your order will receive, prompt and X I' . careful attention. . Vr ! Citizens Coal Company 11 South Main Street, 21 East Main Street. Children's FELT HATS Worth $1.00 and $1.25. t i Fine felt shapes in favorite ! designs, in black, red, blue, " plain colors with sash of wide ribboj and tassels to match5; See them in our window and in '; our store. -'-y Boston Millinery vj Store : P. Friedman Prop.. 18T:S00IflAlttREfc- Theatrical HEADQUARTERS FOR STOVE-PIPE - ElbowSriDamners,. Stava . Boards, Zincs, 8tov Lining,, Mra Clar, Oil Heaters. Qasv. Heaters, i etc. BsU anteed Stove ilpfclc Fir. ClSy-lOe,. Ue, and 20c pkf. All sites .K)e Zinc lc this wk. Coal i Sieves' tttt lSe and 18c. Success or 'Hustler Sieve J. 18.-; Boiler. Skates 29e and 33c. and. 38c. pair, ' worth dotjbje. Everybddrtaies taelr! bat off .to. our Celebrated. Pot Mead.';;lt. mends any J old thlngj-or- money, hcItlyiSt js .authprtty for ha story a can. ' r . . Itecant. watorw la Chic Stone Pots, 1 gar to 26 gal,' at i ef made for tha tormi Cheapest Btore on Earth. . Manner Hardware Co.. Inc. CHZAPXSI STOZX 03 EA1TS. 79 asd 81 Et Hill St. . Mrs Georgo C. Howard, formerly Hiss ' Carollns' B. Fox, i a wall , known - actress of adnie years ago, and tha original Topsy In ' Untie Tom's Cabin," died at bsr home In Cambridge Thursday- night, aged 79. 8h first appeared on the stage In children's parts at the old Tremoat theater, Hoston, with Edwin Forest, Charles and Kanny Kemble, J, R., tcott and, other famous stars, of that' perlol. ' She married George' C. Howard, an. actor and manager, who was the first to produce in dramatic form "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Mrs Howard appeared in the original cast on the first night of its production, at Troy, September 27, 1852, where It ran for one hundred performances. The phenomenal success of the play in Mr Howard's theater, Troy, war ranted its removal to Purdy's Nation al theater, New. York city, where it had the remarkable run of 325 con secutive representations, something unheard of in those days. - She con tinued to play in the piece with her husband until the letter's death in 1887, when she returned to her home in Cambridge, where a daughter and two sons survive-. In the production of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" Mrs Howard was the original Topsy, her daughter t'ne original Eva and her-husband. Mr Howard.'the original St Clair. Sir John Hare began his farewell nnr nf th. Knaliah orovinces last week, commencing at the Theater Royal, Bournemouth. ...... L . :: Rosabel Morrison, the daughter of the late Lewis Morrison, will begin a tour in Faust on November 3, al ternating the roles of Marguerite and Mephlstopheles. r . ' :: W. T. Smiley,, on the staff of the Iola, Kan., Register, has written a musical comedy called "A Scotch Irish Yankee." The music Is by Edward J. Hoerlng of London. Ada Rehan sailed for the United States last Saturday with the Inten tion of making her home - in this country in the future. She has de finitely refused all offers to return to the stage. . . - - - :!': "George Cameron" the author of Agnes. Jn which Nance O'Nell is playing, Is Mrs Sidney Drew. Mrs Drew will continue to use this name as her nom de plume for other lit erary work in which she is engaged. ". Sarah Bernhardt has just left Paris on another tour of Europe, to Include performances in Switzerland Belgium, Germany Austria. Italy and the south of France. She will appear In a new piece in Paris on January 5. ' - .jj. ' James, T. Powers 4s to be starred by the Shuberts in Havana, a musi cal play now running In London. Mr Powers went abroad a few weeks ago to. witness performances of The Paradise of Mohammed, In which he was planning to appear. '. A" proposition has been made by Hans Gregor, director of the Kom- Usher theater,; Berlin, mat bum Glaser appear in uerun nexi oywue, at the head of her own company In Mile Mischief. ' The" Shuberts are considering ' the proposition. ' :: ' ' ' Felix"' Hollander, difector of the German theater, Berlin, la complet ing negotiations for the American appearance' of the famous Berlin company of - Shakespearean - actors. He- expects to bring the company next March, for an engagement of six weeks. ; - r . Maxine Elliott, fainted during the first- act of Myself Bettlna, last Wednesday afternoon- and the cur taln had to be lowered until she re covered. After a few , minutes she was able to continue the perform ance., -An attack of indigestion was said, to be, the cause tf her faint ing.. . v. ., .jj. ' ... William West, manager of The Time, the Place, and the Girl com pany, was 'arrested at Trenton, N. J. recently on a charge of assault and ' battery preferred by Mac Cunliff e. member- of ; the company. She elaims that the manager accused her of not -performing her work proper ly, and struck her. He was held in ba'il for- the grand jury, . V, . ... .: . , The military farce, Tire an Flanc. that has been running in Paris for four years, closed on October 10, af ter 1,594 performances. During its run the soubrette was married and has two children, and the Juvenile comedian served three years of mili tary service and returned to the cast. The only interruption of the run was in 1907, when the theater was closed for 43,days for , renova-"t'lou,;;-. ' i 'f. ' - 1 ' .ii-.;..'.';V. '--. ! Francis Wilson. representing dra matic art; Richard Watson i Gilder, representing literature; Jules Guerin representing painting, and Herbert Luc.a. :-the architect representing lit', the. United. States Leather, eom- formed a' corporation to : build - an artistic -.apartment house at "24 Gra mercy park. "They will. occupy, some 0f the apartments themselves and Sept. the remainder to selected ten ints to pay- expenses.- . ' r.f Percy' 0. Williams thinks be has solved the problem of taking care of yomen'B- hats inithe theater. As a rule, no " matteY ' what "accommoda- dions are. provided In a tbeater for the care of women's headgear, they 4re reluctant , to lose signt or tne masses of flowers -aad feathers and prefer to hold them on - their laps. Last week Mr - Williams purchased the rights' to a new device In the shape xt a huge Jiat boa to be placed under each seat, that' is guar- to hold safety, tha ...largest j- Marry-.Widow" curl protctor ever made. If will b installed at the Sew Taaguay; tbeater to b built by Mc William. in. Long island, city. ' A report comes from Cleveland to h- effect .that Edward .SaJsbnry, managtf.of- Lutu park In'taat city. taat at a Chicago, plans formation of a syndicate controlling park and cirrus property valued at $32,000,000, The organisation will be known as the American association of park mana gers, and will probably have Its headqaarter la Cleveland, with Mr Salsbury as secretary. The Rln gllng Circus; Electric Park,' Kansas city, WbfceCJiy. and Forest Park. Chicago Olentaogy park, Columbus, and soma ot the, big Coney Island enterprises are mentioned as being posslbla members of the new: combination, fOLTSTj I )Viaiiiiiitsaa jEfnHcbV TRochwclt ahb Torcotcr "Correct "Dress" for Women and Mtuei 129 BANK ST, MOVINO PICTURES The Imperial Moving picture com pany 111' present an excellent enter-1 talnment of motion pictures at' Poll's to-morrow evening The feature pic ture Is called "The Bridge of Sighs" and tells, In a most dramatic way, the story of a blighted -young life, alone in the shadows of a great city. There will be new illustrated songs by that well known vocalist, Tom Breen, and Poll's orchestra will play. Prices 15 and 25 cents. "MR3 TEMPLE'sTtELEGRAM" ' A genuine farce comedy "In the strictest sense of the words Is "Mrs Temple's Telegram" the famous sor row dispeller which will be at Poll's on .Monday, October .19. Literally there Is not on dull moment In the play. , It Is al froth of the lightest sort and it bubbles ; continually, with the result that the audience are wrought up to the hlghtest state of merriment. It Is doubtful- if its su perior as a genuine mlrth-provoker ot the right sort will be written many years, for seemingly the abso lute limit in point of giving contin uous laughter of the heartiest sort for an entire evening has been reach ed In this play. Prices 25c to $1.50. Seats now on sale. Telephone 1084. . - "LITTLE MOSE" . , Nixon & Zimmerman's merry, musical novelty, "Little Mose" which has made euch a big hit in Philadel phia and Boston and - other cities will be the attraction at Poll's Wed nesday October 21. The ' musical numbers are unusually catchy and several of them will soon be familiar here. The big song hits of the pro duction are: "I Want Some One- to Love Me,!'. "The American Girl," "My Dusky Dago Boy," . "Maid of My Dreams," "I Know, the Kind of a Girl For You," "The Songs That Mother Sang" and "It's Love" That Makes the World go Round." Prices 25c to $1.50.. : ' Suits That Satisfy the Mind and Body of Critical Women. AMONG the suits nothing desirable is missing Water bury lias never seen a collection of garments that so fully satisfies such a multitude of individual ideas, at the same time furnishing an exhaustive review of. all that may be termed "strictly stylish." Beside the , "style points" that are the points of "permanent shap. liness" at the same time the price may be very moderate, $25,00, $30.00, $35.00, $45.00 and up. Coats for General Wear. Prices $15.00, $19.50, $25.00 to $50.00 ...SAFETY There's no safety in business without proper equipment. A good knowledge of .. . commercial matter is absolutely necessary for a success. A safe place to obtain it is at The methods there are the most approved and up-to-date. The instruction has . , ; practical value in .dollars and cents. 1 H. C. Post, Principal. 108 Bank St. ' "PAID IN,- FULL" v 1 There are but seven characters fn this realistic play of American life, "Paid In Full'' but-each one of the) characters, so true to every day life, enacts a story of bis or. her own, that interests and often startles you, because ot it's realism.. It Is a con ception, that only the vivid and .im aginative brain of a newspaperman could conjure- up.- Eugene Walter, the author, disguised nothing in his writing ot the 4lay, neither in the language, used, .nor In the . sugges tiveness of the plot. There was no attempt to avoid flippancy ot ex pression and all were allowed to live their characters, without the polish ing process, which has sent many a good play to the waste basket. There was no mincing of words and each character, was rounded out in -Just the mold Intended by the author, and with more than the usual blunt ness of expression and impression. It was the story of the .poorly paid employe, trying to keep up appear ances in society, who at last yields to- temptation and robs his employer. It showed him to -be a vacillating weak and - shallow cad, who would sacrifice the woman, who had strug gled so hard to make a man of him. In order to protect . himself. It brought out the womanly woman, who discovered too late how degrad ed a man may become, even to the selling ot her honor to prevent his punishment: It developed a charac ter of rugged honesty, true friend ship, big and noble of heart,1 who would stick to the last ditch. It pictured another character of rug gedness, rough, bad in spots, but withall an under current of goodness that only a pure woman penetrated. James Montgomery, who by the way Is a brother of Montgomery of the "Red Mill" company, played the character of Joseph Brooks, the weak and unprincipled husband. ' It was cleverly done and called for un usual ability in a dramatic way. It was a difficult character to bring out the result desired by the author, but the crowded theater last' evening was convinced that the character was truthfully and carefully: portrayed. Emma Brooks, his wife,' was In the hands of Jane Kennard. Miss Ken nark, has been, seen here in other productions, but.it is doubtful, if she ever really made any better success of any part tban the one of last evening. Whether as the loving and solicitous wife -or the surprised and horrified woman, as she discovered her husband's perfidy, or in the- pa thetic scenes, where her honor was at stake- and in her final farewell, she made the story so realistic, that ber audience lived her part with her. William Conklin In the character of James Smith, the big, 'good naturcd friend of the family, bad a congen ial role, that shot rays of brightness into the gloom and many times dis pelled the shadows that were gradu ally creeping 'over the' home, he' was striving to protect. Edwin Maynard in the character of Captain - Wil liams, had perhaps as . difficult a character to portray as any in the cast. He was the - rough, nncouth, none too moral South Pacific trader, honest to the last penny, ' with a heart of flint, until a good woman reached him. . .It .Was. a peculiar character too, just as were all of them. It was this peculiarity of conception, that makes' the play so interesting and so attractive. Jessie Ralph In the character of Mrs Har ris,' Craig Randall as 'Beth Harris and Herbert Marlon as Sato, tha Ja 1 panese valet all did well. ' JACQUES VAUDEVILLE Ao excellent bill is promised at the Jacques next week, when the bill will be led by Mr and Mrs Gardner Crane in Mrs Crane's new sketch called "Pixley's Prodical Parents." The playlet is one of the cleverest ever presented by this excellent pair of players. There r five - people In the cast aad th. offering is said L to be uproariously funny. There are several otner popular ieatnres, including Gilroy, Hayoea Mont gomery In' tha, nautical burletta, fTRosenaarten II 7 T t M 9 134 So. b Main St. For L,adles and Mlat SUITS COATS DRESSES $1 1.98 to $25.00- SUITS .. : i ! .5 v ,-' ; H : ..... In all popular models as Directolrs, Empire and others. Materials of 'richly hued Chevron, .Broadcloth,.., Worsted. Neat decorations of satin facing, large buttons and braiding. : , i . v . ... . COATS . .. , ,. , Our styles, materials and make-up ,, ... , , possess tone of quality In coat. Ths Y' satin In rich' plain coloring, this' Chevron, the : Broadcloth, are all striking in appearance. We havs' these coats as low as 7.98. DRESSES In elegant Dutchess and Empire. Models, sleeves in plain and tuck i ed designs, beautiful "V" shape :' yoke effects, in all favorite color- ings. ;. '; J . v ;. .... ..... .... i ., 'The Good ;;Ship .Nancy . Lee,"i Sam Stern, Arthur Huiter; &"Cb, John and Bertha Gleeson and Fred Houli han In a pot pou'rri of dances1 and music and Cibplii Brothers and Le Hoy and .LeVaalon wil 'complete"1 the bill. v.-... - aK aVi ? BUCKINGHAM .PROGRAMME.1 ' I Seven big concert numbers and a dance order of, fifteen .numbers. Is the programme for, the concert ahd .so ciable to-night at; Buckingham hall by Fulton's American ' band. The dance order is as follows:-Two-step "Happy Days" Levi ,Walts-r-"Smile On Me" .... Sutton Two-step "lvanhoe" . ; Van Alstyne W'alts "I'd Like to go to Dream- land Every Day" . . . DeKoven Schottische "Starlight Maid" :. . . Wltmark Two-step "Rainbow" .... Wenrich Three-step "Cynthia" .... Daniels Waltx-"Take Me Out to the Ball Game" ....... 4 Von. Tiller Two-step "Pride of the Prairie" V . .... Botsford Walta "The Soul Kiss" . i . . Levi Two-step "Top o' the Morning". . Von Tilzer Barn dance Selected. Waltz "That's What the Rose . Said". '.;.-. i... .'. ? Edwards Two-step ."Invlnlcble Eagle". Sousa Waltz "Old Btidwelser" . . . . Furtb EAGLES' HALL PICTURES. - Manager Thomas W. Ray of the Superior moving picture company will present a new and interesting exhibition of motion pictures at Eagles' hall to-morrow evening. There are popular illustrated songs and a special musical programme. Prices .10, an'd. 15, cents.. GALA TIMES THIS EVENING. The Eagles Will Own the Citr for the Next Few Weeks. The long expected day and night has arrived.. . The Eagles have taken possession of the city and they will make the streets ring with their bat tle cry .of "Yea, Yea" for the next few days. The monarch fair and ba zaar will open this evening -down la the Eagles' . nest on South Main street and the committee of arrange ments feels that everything has been prepared for the comfort of all their patrons. The interior of the nest has been electrified by the master of all electricity, M.SF. Greaney, Chairman Martin Hlckey. and his 'co-workers will be' more tban satisfied if their brothers wU come out this evening and help swell the big parade which will leave the nest around 8 o'clock. The Military band will dispense the music and there-will be red. Are. plen ty of It. After the parade Mayor William E. Thorns will throw the gates of tha city open to tha Eagles of the city and state and in an open ing address, aad other dlstlcgulshe4 men present wiH be Theodore Bell of California, the grand worthy presl- POLI S THEATEE SUNDAV EVENING,? OCT. IS. IMPERIAL r.'OVif'G PICTURES "THE BRIDGE OF SIGHS." . 'AND 60 OTriERS. :-, New Illustrated (Songs. ' ' Poll's Orchestra. ' '. , Prices, 15 and 23 cents. POLI'S THEATER . . . ,, MONDAY, OCT. 1V ' ' The Society Comedy Succesi. dRS TEMPLE'S . TELEGRflf.1 Presented by Miss Lavinla Shan non and a superior supporting com pany. One year in London, one yr ln New York. -Prices, 25c to $1.50. pOLI'S THEATEE. WEDNESDAY. OCT 21. Nixon & Zimmetoan present . the Somewhat Different Musical ? s Fine Show, "LITTLE MOSE OR A NIGHT IN VENICE" . By A. Baldwin Sloans. ' COMPANY OF 70 PEOPLE. ; PRICES 25 CENTS TO 11.50. dent of 'the Eagles and Frank Herlnf of Indiana, the grand Worthy vice president. -' ' Once inside tha nest the festivities will begin. There will be freaks and novelties In every vomer and nook of the interior. One of the freaks will be Zella, the Japanese midget. Th Neilson aerial ba'let, eoaslstln ot seven beautiful young women, will show you how ta dam: as gracefully in the air as they cmll dance on taa dance floor. The Saloma riauca wl.l be another feun. ' Dancing- will tkke place ev-frv night with Lallitf furnishing the music. The sdmltiioa to all will ba ft.teer. cents. But while you are enjoying yourselves with the entertainment it would ha just, as wall for you to think over that ques tion of souvenirs. To ba In right yon must hata one or mora of thsm aad when the last night rolls around yon may b riding heme wit'i a buncia of something that will take the chill from your home and make yon f3 like new man or woman.