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I THE CHICAGO DAILY- TRIBUNE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1918 13 0 DEATH NOTICE DEATH NOTICES. 1 wi'v irs 1V, 0Tiff Ylv 1 DEATH NOTICESI 1 1 -DICES. DEATH NOTICE 1 1 I 1 0 juli.k. ar a 1 I 0 ..4,. A 4.,,1 if wft.

4 i Alin-Let -a-11N 1 i TAG DAY Next Monday. 711-1E REASON Next Monday. THE REA.c()IV f3I I Zs -EmENOME 0 I 11 ZIMMERMANMartin M. Zimmerman. Nov.

1. 7.7in E. 72ii-at. beloved eon of the Lite Charles and Mary. nee Dooley.

Zimminman. fond brother of 24ra. Mary Cook. Mens bvr of De La bane conned No. 2,52.

K. C. Funeral 3fotnlay, Nov. 4. 9:30 a.

Columbanua. 71st and Calurret-av. Auto," to Mount Olivet. For eat call Park 663. 4 ha.hsw.Awli Aw A.f Z13131.ER31."Martin M.

Zimmer11241 I Miss Clara Cary to Be IVed Today to Lieut. Thompson PANESI--Clara Panesl. nee Reitteatt. Oct. 31.

beloved wife of the late Joseph Panesi and Mother of Joseph. StePheu John, and the late James Panesi. Funeral Sunday. Nov. 3, at 9 a.

from her late residence. 1871 Milwaukee-av to Assumption church. thence by autos to calvary. Kindly omit flowers. 7 R8.1011101.1DEste1le Reiethold.

aged 21. Oct. C.S. at Los Angeles. CaL: beloved daughter of George Reich-hold and- the late nee Muss and oleterofMrs Luce Walter, Mrs.

Alice Meyer. Georgia Murphy and Walter 0, Funeral Monday. at 2 p. at Rose-hill cemetery. PANESIClara Panesl.

nee Reitleatt. Oct! 94 vriha A.f th. CARD OF THANKS. PICHLERWe triI1 to express our heartfelt thanks for the coulfort and Iowa um during the eteknene and ceath of our be 10Veti wife. eaughter and ouster.

Anna So Iler Pichler. the Atter of condolence au the beautiful floral offeringe of our relative, and FRED W. PICHLER, I Monday, Nov. 4, Is Tag day. FolIlowing so closely Upon the heels of similar olicitations in behalf of French orphans and other deserving causes.

a statement is made to the people of Chicago respecting the reasons tor the coming hospital tag day nexellonday. The Passavant Memorial. hospital and the Chicago Lying-In hospital are in awed of funds to continue the work they have been rendering the community. Financial matters with these Institutions have reached a point where It Is an absolute necessity that they receive help or face the only alternative of closing- their cloqrs. Chicago cannot afford to let such a thing- happen, and it is for this reason that Monday, Nov.

4. has been set aside for the purpose of raising the money needed. Chicagoans have responded nobly to all Worthy causes. In the majority of Instances these charities have been well removed from our Jrnmediate- midst. The Passavant Memorial hospital and the Chicago Lying-In hospital are home Institutions and their work close I to the people.

Therefore, when you Imeet the taggers next Monday doyour level best for them; It is not an imposition; it Ls a public duty they are doing. II 1 I a A I I I 1: 1 it 1 1 I 1 alimimmomonomenommk, I 711111k, ER TEDr. Herman Ertel aged 37 years. beloved son of Bierman and Agnes Ertel. nee Gentch.

brother of Clara and Funeral Sunday, Nctv. 3, at 2 p. from St. Anthony'. hospital.

Services at Wald-helm. Funeral private. Please omit flowEXSELSENAnna Exselsen beloved wire of Carl A. Exelsen, mother of L. S.

iicselBen. Mrs. L. G. Hack, and Carl L.

V. Exselsen. Funeral services at Rosehill eeme tery. Sunday. 2:30 p.

121. Member of Lake View chapter, O. E. S. FINLEYSamuel S.

Finley'. aged 54 years. beloved husband of Minnie H. Finley. nee Hafer, father of Edward.

Funeral Saturday at 2 p. from late residence, 1423 North Clark-at. Autos to Montrose. Please omit flowers. FREDERICKLewis William Frederick, aged 68, Oct.

31. 1918. beloved father of Charles. Frank. and Alva: brother of Joseph.

William. and Charles. Funeral Saturday. 2 D. at.

Mount Fort Madison ILI papers please copy. FRIEDMANLawrence Friedman. Nov. 1. 1918, brother of Stella F.

Pollak, son of the late Isaac and Eva G. Friedman. Funeral notice later. FRISKDaisy Frisk. nee Harbitz, beloved wife of Joseph Frisk, mother of June, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. C. Barham, sister of Lillian and William Harbitz, Mre. W. J.

Miskelly and Mrs. W. M. Knudson. daughter-in-law of and trs.

B. Frisk. Funeral Saturday at 3 p. m. from 1107 N.

Lawndale-av. Funeral private. omit flowers. GOLDING--Private Elroy D. Golding of the American expeditionary forces, at sea en route to 1'r1114214 beloved husband of Rosalie Bonem Golding and beloved son of Mr.

and Mrs. Emanuel Golding. GREENBArMWilhelmina Greenbaum: infant daughter of Charles and Elsie, sister of Strictly private. No flowers. 619 E.

60th-oL flAAKEMatilda Haake. nee Paul. Oct. 30. beloved wife of Peter Haake, mother of Alfred P.

and Alma A. and William J. i Ftmeral service 3:30 p. Saturday, Nov. 2, at late residence, 2172 Stmnyside-av.

interment at Graceluud. IThis corrects all previous notices. HAIGHTMargaret Edith Haight, Nov. 1. 1918.

wife of Voorhis Haight mother of Voorhis III, and Ftizabe-th Virginia, Itaight, 1119 Evanston. Funeral services, 11 a. in-. Saturday, pri- I Oilmimmommonmenommk, lo i ERTELDr. IlerofmalitierErmateetl yEeraterst.

nbeetticwred "a brNnt how elf el Aw LA A A '41117 -14. 2 I- L. I ....461 .:,,......7... .,..:1 44.1...1-. 1 I N.

n' ,,....,..,.::,,.1,, is''''''' I 4: 1 i1 I Howell Lewis Reid. at Paris. I JORN K. SOLLEIL AND FAMILY. France.

Oct. 27. of pneumonia. Air serv feb: Soh ol-Mrs. Andrei Milt-Me Reid of Baltimore and beloved husbosid of the late Fanny Ring Reid of Alma.

Ilichigant BEAUTIFUL CHAPEL AT ILOSEuILL CEMRTANEdward T. Ryan. beloved husband of etery for funeral servieeeOtverated wit Elizabeth father of Ambrose. Mary. and Edward.

ettneral from 4'23 N. Central-av. Ins atilt in the city. All lot. cold in Austin.

Monday at 9:344 a- In. to St. Ltit- hili tot-hide kernetual Care nd servioes of ther's church. where high ma tis will-be octet tbe highettl standard. Tel.

Edgewater 714. brated. thence by autos to Mount CarmeL FOLI SALEC1101C EST LOTS IN SECTIONS For information eail Austin 295 4 I and 2. in beautiful OaariOre eometery, inuiv LO M10- SECORDMrs. Charlotte A.

Secord. 1.4 rtillabt.ia-r-rg.317m- liar, Funeral private from her te 11.rneul Li ra.on tic INS. 'o 11 Montivelto 2172 Eastwood-ay. 1 I OANWOODS CREMATOR If OA KWOODS SMITHAndrew J. Smith.

suddenly. 4.727 Cemetrry. E. 071 -et. and Green outi.

at N. beloved husband of Clara Charge fur cremation 35. All lots Am Smith. brother of Rev. Juhua Smith.

anti perpetual care. Phone Hirde Park 61. fit City. Burial from i Sinale araves with perpetual earn. 12.00.

Russell Smith of Baldwin. K. and M. Crofford of New IC GLEN OAK CEMETERY. chapel.

3018 Irving at 2 p. in w. waolination. Franklin zsit. Saturday'.

For information phone Irving 39. Autos to Oakridge cemeteri. Kansas FOR SALE Zi BEAUT. Lo-rs Ir.124). OARRIDGE cemetery.

cheap. lie and MibSOUrt papers please copy. lnitml i JOHN K. SOLLEIlt AND FAXILY. I iBROWNSidney Evans Brown, Oct.

31, be- loved husband of lielen Reid Gilbert. son of Jame s- Brown. brother of Mrs. G. J.

Ingwersen of Omaha, Mrs. R. Hodgkinson at his residence. 651. E.

50thp1. Funeral private at 10 a. ea. SaturdaY Interment at Oakwood. i CORDEREarl Wilson Corder.

Oct. 26. beloved husband of Ruby Corder. Services at grave at 3Iontroee cemetery Salm'dY. Nov.

2. at 2 p. m. 1 CRANEMary Porter Crane, mother of Allred B. Crane, at her residence.

2031 DOton-at. Services private. CROMLISHThomas Cromlish. Oct. 31.

1918. of old age, father of Mrs. May M. Bast. gat his home.

1218 Carmen-av past master 'of Lincoln Park lodge. A. A. M. past high priest of Lincoln Park R.

A. his: life member of Apollo cominandery No. 1, E. and Oriental consistory S. P.

R. S. Services at Graceland cemetery chapel Saturda7. Nov. 2.

at 2 131- ss CURLETTIsabelle V. Curlett. nee Hewitt. .2038 -1, beloved wife et W. M.

Curiett. dear mother of Ruth. datieb-1 ter of George H. Hewitt and the late Clara Hewitt. fond sister of Myrtle 11..

George Harry and the late 1 Thelma Funeral Sundity. Nov. at 2 p. from Chicago Union hoe: Pital, thence to Graceland Fu- Herat private. CURLEYElisabeth Enterick Curley, Oct.

30. 1918. aged 76 years. at rssidence.s 310 N. beloved mother of Thomas Curley and J.

W. Allen. grandmother of- William Allen and Edward Allen. A. in France: Ittrs.

Henry Roener and Mrs. Joseph Keller. great-grandmother of Dorothy Rosner and Jost-ph Kelley Jr. Funeral estmday 'at 2 Pm. from.

late 2:30. at Lutheran church. 4d and West by' autos to Forest Home. Buffalo IN. papes, please copy.

John 1. 1918. aged 8 years. beloved son ot Roy and Edna of 7825 Carpenter-st. Funeral Sunday.

Nov. 3. at Fenton. Mich. DOOLEYMarie Dooley.

nee O'Connell, be- loved wife of William G. Dooley and fond mother of Marie sister ot Lieut. Frank O'Connell. E. F.

Maj. J. E. O'Connell. Camp Grant.

George and Bengt. Raymond O'Connell, Camp Forest. Ga. Funeral notice later.e DllsEISMary L. Dreis.

Oct. 31. beloved wife of- Peter J. Drels, at 3214 Franklin-blvd. -services private at late residence.

Saturday, 3 p. in. Interment Forest. Rome; 4 i EAMESWilliam Henry Eames. aged 41 yearesbeloveAl hilsband of Margarette Eames.

-nee Judge. Remains at chapel. 1449 E. Interment at Divight. Nov.

3. BROWNSidney Evans Brown. Oct. 31. be- loved husband ot Helen Reid Gilbert.

son et James- Brown. brother of Mrs. G. J.1 IRONSJane Adelaide Irons, aged 5 years 9 months. at Minneapolis.

belayed daughter of John akd Florence Irons. sister of John Jr. Service at Oakridge cemetery. Saturday. Nov.2.

3 p. ni. JOHNSONAxel F. Johnson of 7330 Blackstone-ay dearly beloved husband of Carrie nee Swanson. sou of Mr.

and Mrs. Peter Johnson. brother of George and Alice. Funeral notice later. JONES-41ml Lieutenant Eugene Blanchard Jones, pursuit pilot.

formerly of the First pursuit group but connected with the Lafayette escadrille (103d) since June of this year. died in battle Sept. 13: only son of Ira A. and Josephine Gasaway Jones and broth-1 er of Janet Jones Summers. KAHNJustin G.

Kahn; in Cincinnati. Fri- day, Nov. 1, son of Kahn. brother of I', Kahn of Chicago. Mrs.

Samuel Ach of Cincinnati, Mrs. F. J. Ach of Day. ton.

Burial Sunday. Nov. 3. In Ey. KECKMabel Ethel Keck.

dearly beloved wife of Warren P. Keck. devoted mother of Mrs. Ralph S. Stubbs and Mrs.

George M. Seaman. Funeral private. Saturday, 2:30 p. from late residence, 3202 Sheridan-road.

Interment, Ro.ehifl, Please omit flowers. MeCLELLANJulia Wheldon McClellan. widow of the late John J. McClellan, in her nOth year. at Red Bank.

J. MERZJoesphine Mem. Nov. 1. in her eighty-first sear.

widow of the late Gottlieb Mem, beloved mother of Mrs. Emily Young, Ed. ward. G. Merz and Mrs.

Lillian Schweitzer. Funeral from late residence. X620 Sunday. Nov. 3..

at 1:30 p. in Interment Graceland cemetery. MOERSCI1BAEOIERAnirela Nfoemehbaeelier '901 nee Halbritter. wife of the late Joseph, Moerschbaecher, mother of Adam. William.

and grandmother of John J. Idoerschbeecher, and aikter of Mary- Engel. Louise Moerschbaeeher. and Katherine Weber. Funeral saturday at D.

In, from late residence. 901 tush-st, to St- Boniace. Funeral private. omit flowers. MUNZERLieut.

Richard T. Munzei, son of Mrs. Etta Munzer. 907 died Oct. O.

Paris. France. Pneumonia. NEWS'rEIrrGeorge Newstedt, beloved son' of William and Martha. nee Goldmann.

at his home. 1805 S. Troy-st. Burial Sunday i at Concordia. 2 p.

Funeral strictly private. Please omit Sowers. 1 OBERLYHoward E. Oberly. Nov: 1.

aged 29 years, beloved husband of Theresa. nee Ryan. fond father of Howard Jr, devoted on of William R. and Oatherine Ober's-. Funeral Sunday.

Nov. at 2:30 p. from Robert Burns 3807 gutos to Mount Cannel. Funeral private. Please omit flowers.

Milwaukee papers please Phoe Gar- 3100. O'HAYEREdward 7. O'llayer. beloved 8f the late Mary O'Haytr. Funeral Saturday.

Nov. '2, from the residence of his family. 4503 Weet to Cal- vary 'cemetery; Burial private. Please omit flowers. IR ONSJane Adelaide Irons.

steed 5 years 9 months. at Minneapolis. beloved! 1 SMITHRorare M. Smith, Oct. 31.

husband L'AL EltirAliERS. of Dnrothy Billingslea Smith. Funeral SA- Imlay at p. ut. from chapel.

5133 i CUNNINGHAIN uroay at p. m. from chapel. 5133 i CUNNING HA INI Miss Clara, Cary. daughter of Dr.

and M. Frank Cary of 2536 Prairie avenue, will become the bride of Lieut. Robert Ravi land Thompson. U. S.

fDdal at 'noon in the First Presbyterian church. The Rev. William Covert. Pastor, will officiate. The wed- ding will be simple and there will be no reception afterwards.

The bride's only attendant will be Miss Lolita Armour and the best man will be Louis Hey1 Cary, a brother of mug Cary. Her other brothers Dr. Eugene Cary, is overseas. The ushers will be 'Maj. James Parker.

Frederick Cron. Samuel Harper, James W. Angell and George T. Putnam Jr. Miss Cary's father is a major in the medical corps and has been at Mineela.

L. I. He has recently been tratuferred to California. where he will have supervision of aviation camps along the coast, with his headquarters in San Diego. Fortunately his transfer orders came at an opportune time and he is able to stop over in Chicago for his daughter's wedding.

and Mrs. Homer Weed Chandler will move into town next Monday from the Glen View Golf dub, occupying their town apartment, 5473, Hyde Park boulevard. 1 Mrs. Emmons Elaine of 101 East Erie street has returned from the east. tLr datighter-in-law, Mrs.

Emmons Elaine accompanied her. Mrs. Albert A. t3prague IL and chitIren. who have been spending the in Lake Forest, will remain there until the end of this month, when they will go to Florida for the dater.

Maj. Sprague is overseas. Mrs. Chauncey McCormick, who has with her mother, Mrs. Charles Deering.

in Evanston. has opened her residence at 1519 North State parkway. Pr. and Nathan Smith Davis of 8 Earl Ilurton street have returned I from Dallas, where they have hten with their son. Deering, during the latfeCe recent illness.

lie is con-1 valescent. le t. I. le 'e .0 AI I r. d.

11 11 18 A s'' 'r Lake Interment at I I tV237: Norinal-blvd. Went- 4r)q TATLORLIsabella P. Taylor, aged CS Yeare i Oct. 31. beloved wife of John T.

mother of ITtlene vette destre governs the priest. Joseph P. and Darold T. Taylor. sister of i FRE1-'--Most beautiful chattel to America.

inclu rgati di screened and organist. lira. Emily Godfrey and Samuel E. man. Funeral from late residence.

803(1 S. l' OS DLENVA IT GOLDEN PRILEA Mahop-st. Sunday. Nov. 3.

at 2 th In Li at i and o' hien Rule service: 37 Yearg id On4 location. 1S417 Otultn-av. Phone West 2.7to. WALLACEPeter Wallace. Nov.

1. 1918.I 1 aged 82 years. Funeral private front late. residence. 471t St.

Sunday at residence. 471t St.1..awrence-av.. Sunday at 171 DEATH NOTICES. NOTICES. I I 2D FLOOlt CUT FLOWER IIARGAINS', 11 a.

In. ediraYs. and WASKOWCaroline WaOW, aged Ttl, years. OHIO FLORAL fond wife of Frederick beloved mother of Whole.ale and Retail. Albert.

Frederick. Dr. Otto41. Waskow. Ed-, 509 s.

car. Congress-ward. Mrs. Fred Dittman. Gustave and Richt- liamsun 1461- ard.

Oct. 31. at her Lite DISTINCTIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES. 401 River Forest. Satnrduy at Wreaths so Ina- us Snraya.

$3. 3:30 p. in. Interment at Concordia. FRIEDNIAN 3:30 t.

in. Interment RIEDAIAN, ent at Concordia. --4 -7 51 titaffie t7e PutrziNit cmokvo Miss Teyla has been engaged especially for Tuesday night's concert, in Orchestra hall, by Civic Music Association. She takes the place in the bill designed fOr Claudia Muzio, 'whose management, the Metropolitan Opera, frankly feared to permit her to come west because of the flu. Miss Teyte, who teas at one time iri the Chicago Opera, is to sing a group of French songs and '4 ADAMSJohn Lester beloved husband of Marion 8..

Oct. 31 at his home. 532 N. Oak Oak Park, aged 70 years. Services private.

Burial at Apple River. 111. BAYJames Leonard Bkv. formerly of Chicago. sudden17 in Pacific Grove, Oct.

23. 1918. BENNETTCatherine 73ennett. nee Woods, of 4011 E. 29th-st, at hospital, beloved wife of Joseph A.

Bennett. fond sister of Mrs. George B. Grace aild the late Thomas. Nichisel, John.

Patrick. Edward Woods. and Bentley. Funeral Saturday. Nov.

2. at 1 p. In. from Mercy hospital to Mount Olivet. For information tal Yards S84.

IIARTCharles T. Actor Hart, 8 a. Nov. 1 1918, of pneumonia. Funeral private.

BL Bernard's hospital. 10 a. Saturday. Nov. 2.

-Interment at Evergreen. at 11:30. HARVEYElvira S. Harvey; daughter of Mr.s and Mrs, Elbert A. Harvey.

22 Brookline. Mass, on aged 5 years. HEPNEREzra Illepner. Nov. 1., aged.

70 Years, beloved husband of Rose. father of Leon, Dannie. and Josephine Jaeobs. Funeral Sunday, Nov. 3, at 10 a.

m. From late residence. 2101 autos to Waldheim. I WIT.CE--Jane Carlisle wire of the late I 5" 9-1- Thomas Witce. At her 60t1 aced 03, mother of Mrs.

H. It. I i 310NILMENTS. Chandler, Big-bland Park: Mrs. John T.

asEvanouont te, 1 mH CO rTINst tralitet si yid UP. 'Markers Si .5 aild op. residence 3. please omit i cs. LEA KE ar KEE' Atil-r M4 IN l' flowers.

nient and 11.,3 e. LA Salle st EISENDRATErIsTathan Julius Eisendrath. of pneumonia. at Pittsburgh. husband of Clara.

father of Juliet. Maurice. and Arthur. on of Mrs. Regina Eisendrath.

brother of Samson, Henry. and Mrs. -Clara Gutmann. Burial and services at Waldhenn cemetery. Sunday at 10:30 a.

m. 0 WEDDINGS SIDE DOWNTOWN Jones. Linlek Seluteter's Nt OW RPHEUM DOWNTOWN "ssOr a Nik a 4 a Idl 1 a STATE STREET-NEAR 'MONROE FIRST TIME SHOWN IN CMCAGO I SOUTH SIDE a FOt 9 0 A '70' 3 ,,,,4 Et ml eyz 4, 851455 E. 6.3rd Daily rz $, wrr ..0 ''S( 4p e7'I 0 7n 4, ,1,3 0.. IN 91,4 e' en taN" A 011 kit.

1.g.- cf' 01 z-s, I -1 -il 11 i I it.2 A I k'-' A A 4 4 --k -'A'" 14VAtOkkitabilol- 44 'il''. 1-'104 ksk goAV--- 1 r-v-t 0.0 is trZZ 'N I'. :74 N-r-''''' DOWNTOWN DOWNTOWN I N9RTII SIDE SOUTH SIDE WEST SIDE or. r------g. schaefer's IN I r- 7 ff- A- ri, 77 -g 7.

URPHEUM dt 1 i -RE: 5---: 4 I.0 41'1' E. 63rd StMatinee Daily 4- i 17:2 44 1 .1:: .4 tt ,44,. PUBLIC- 1 '11 Ali W- V2.1: ei ittl (4'W '16 1 4 STATE STREETNEAR 'MONROE 0 77-2 l-', 1-. --7--- FIR ST TIE SOWN IN CMCAGO I I i iPt Mr. rr8.

Frank It. Pardridge of Pasadena, Cal, formerly of Chicago, announce thila marriage of their daughter, Prances, to VI las Hubbard of rasadena: The wedding took place Oct. 16. 1 Mr. and Mrs.

S. Pearlman of 1130 I South Sacramento boulevard announce the marriage of their daughter, Sadie, to Dr. Morton N. Lambert of 939 La, fayette parkway. 1 1 1 Haytnarket Riot 1 -Veteran Night-Of Terror 1 I 11 Cs- Ur.

and Mrs. John W. Gary have olosed their residence in Hubbard Woods and are at the McCormick Blair at 1416 Astor street for the winr. Mr. and Mrs.

Edward Lamed flyeron.have moved from Lake Forest to their residence at 38 Banks street. Mrs. Thornhill Broome returned yesterday from l'ittsfield, where she had been visiting her mother, Mrs. John A. spoor.

Lieut." Charles Nimmo Black, who is on his 'way to Franee as a pursuit flyer, is spending a few days with his Parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell C. Black of 1341 Chase avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Neilson closed their country place at Green Lake, yesterday and returned to their town residence at 4800 Drexel SOUTH SIDE' g31111E1111111111111111121 VISTA umimumon 47th St. It Cottage Grove Ave.Mat. THE THEATRE GOING PUBLIC B.

100 PER CENT VENTILATION Elt We call your attention to the thorough system of ventilation in E-: connection a ith the VISTA ET: THEATRE. The air enters this theatre through El 280 inlet; and the entire atmosphere F-- is completely changed every 3 minutes. The air passes through a 3-inch sheet of odorless disinp fected water and by means of a 20 11.P. motor Is forced Into the auditorium. There is less danger of contracting influenza while seated in the SOUTH 'SIDE rilECIMIIIIIIIIMI I STA mulmllumunle 47th St ilk Cottage Grove Ave.Mat.

8 :100 PER CENT VENTILATION TO THE THEATRE GOING tE We call our attention to the 5. thorough System of ventilation in I with- the VISTA TTMEitAirTeRnEt.ers this theatre through 280 inietiland the entire atmosphere is comp changed fi- minutes. The air passes through means of a 211 H.P. is forced into -the auditorium. There is less danger of contracting influenza while a in the WALLACE REID 1AT A A CI LI, -a SESSUE a ---1----.

I I i-- 2 1 F-2 L----- EL------- i -a THE TEMPLE a I it a- DUSK 7: 2 Pathe NewsWoodlawn Symphony I Orchestra a TornorrowLINA CAVALIER! IN "A Woman of Impulse" ,:4. 1 SESSUE E- A 9- Es I g'THE TEMPLE --7--- -7-: 1r OF DUSK" 2 -6- Pathe NewsWoodlawn 83 mpliiiny Es Orchestra E----: '-2 1 TonsorrowLINA CAVALIER! s'-z i--- "A Vtoman of Impulse" i-ALABAN Ay--v r.totto KA O6; A4112n2 assJ Contra Park An A Chicago Institution Temple With Harmonizing Entertainment There is grandeur in tho thertre's decorativeness and brilliance in the superior entertainment of motion pictures and synchronizing symphony. supplemented b5 artistic stage incidentals soloists. novelties and tableaux TONIGHT and every afternoon and evening. THE iitt'ALITY OP TIIE PER RIRMANCES.

NEVER VA RIES. LAST TIMES TODAY HAROLD LOCKWOOD -in former stage success PALS FIRST An intense mystery with a gerprising finish- comically carried out. SEE THE WORLD'S EVENTS 1 In the CENTRAL PARK TOPICAL. EVENTS cok lark nple ng th and )tiony, stage relties moon THE 17 E. V-- es a surIly ENTS CAL I BALABAN An KATI.

a I A r' SZZ a -ad iSROADVAll- A TEMPLE OP BEAUTY Where tile silent drarn has exploitation vith synchronizing symphony and Incidental novelties, artistic and colorful. TODAY TOMORROW, CAPT. Of the United 'States Army, Stage and Screen star. In a Romantic Comedy. An Accidental Brief Playlets and Scenics gi Riviera Topical Review 1 Elahnrato Matinees i Elaborate Matinees every afternoon 2:30 o'clock.

A full performance with the complete Orchestra and ail features of the evening. MAN FROM FUNERAL.RANGE" COMING ti MONDAY "America's Answer" "THte' LAW OF 'THE NORTH" NORTH SIDE. ovitt mmilfinam W. STA. AT HOWARD ST.

LI NightAn Artcratt Picture A YPICKFORD 8 "JOHANNA ENLISTS" 1-2- BAND BOX- LtetLerine VISTA THEATRE than there-is on the streetbreathing the air Pa- and dust which Is blown about by he wind. 4 The Vista Theatre Has Been In- spected by the Commission of Ventilation and Has Been Pro- flounced THE BEST VENTILATED THEATRE IN CHICAGO. 1'2 THE ATTRACTION FOR TODAY IMARGUERITE E--1- Universal Weekly and Mack Sennett Comic -414 EFFERSON Mr, it 0,.. 411rw. cvorts ---z-rE 41 44- A "44, 1 SROADVAll- fia LIWIR Ce io4 A i 4 MAN FROM TEMPLE OP BEAUTY 0 i 3 A TEM I- I UNRAL.RANGE" 1 k.

A Where the ilent dram ha studios it exploitation with 6 1 ----7 4 1 comING a America's synchronizing symphony and MONDAY Ansl Cr" artistic Incidental novelties. if 1 0 s' '1 -4'---0-. 4 BAND BOX- trzne and colorful. 4 I. VISTA THEATRE than there is TODAY 'ilk TOMORROW '1 -s on the streetbreathing the air -g: "THE LA 1 and dust which is blown about by CHAS.

RAY OF THE CAPT. H. the wind. 4 '5-1e4d10 4 -4, i'-'-'-----'-' NORTH" 1 r. -7 of the United 'States Army The Vista Theatre Has Been In- HE Stage and Screen Star, hi a --4 NORTH spected by the Commission of SIDE.

Romantic Comedy. E4 tost -----7 glITIEMIIIIIIE mmilfinualv 0 An Accidental Honeymoon Brief Playlets and Scenics 1-- 1 Ventilation and Has Been Pro- l' lit- flounced THE BEST VENTILAT- vo rl 0 ED THEATRE IN CHICAGO. ,4, toil4 AN. STA. AT HOWARD ST.

Et- Op ri Mat. -it NightAn Artcraft Picture, Elaborate Matinees l1 or, 1-------, A Riviera Topical Review 1 THE ATTRACTION FOR TODAY SMARGUERITEH 0 Universal Weekly and Mack H. Sennett Comic troltalW'1 tv PICKFORD I every afternoon 2:30 lock. E-1 A full performance with the E--- complete Orchestra and all lea- Alia EFFERSOE1 Port 4 7-- 77 "JOHANNA ENLISTS" ----I tures of the evening. i ti I It 1 I 111 E-2 72 H.

E--- In k- 1 1 -szk I 1 1 4,, E--- P. 67TH AND STONV ISLAND AVE. a- in-: Continuous 2 to 10 P. 74. 1---:" 1 F- Es 1 1 EA Douglas Fairbanks Et Ea --A- Et' "He Comes Up Smiling" Z-7.

1---, N-ss Nu, 4 A 5- 1 6N A 1.,,,,,,... E---I gs L- 0 eiTH AND STON'Y ISLAND AVE. a- ff- :7. Continuous 2 to 10 P. 7d.

F- 3 A Douglas Fairbanks "He Comes Up Smiling" E----: Mr. and Mn. Charles Lobdell will give up their apartment at 2650 Lake View avenue Nov. 15 and will spend the Winter with Mr. Lobdell's parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Edwin L. Lobdell of 2716 Prairie avenue. Mr. and Mts.

George W. Eurrage are at the Moraine hotel for the winter. Mrs. John IL Hardin will open the greenhouses of her residence in Hubbard Woods for a chrysanthemum exhibit today from 10 o'clock until 4 o'clock. The proceeds will go 'to the infant welfare station at Gross Point.

The bluejackets will give the Great Lakes Revue this evening at the Country club of Evanston. Miss Myra Conyers, who has been spending the summer with her aunt. Mrs. Sumner, in Tacoma. has returned to her home 1.1 Glen Ellyn.

E--- CLARK L-- "OUT OF A CLEAR SKI" ff-- E--- TomorrowSESSUE HAVAKAWA N. The Temple of Dusk" a A IC BI --9 CLARK R-- "OUT OF A CLEAR SKY" 8 TomorrowSESSUE HAYAKAWA ne temple or DUSK" Elaborate blatfnees Every Day 2:15 P. M. Day Memories of. the -Haymarket riot of May were lived over again by Frank J.

139, North Clark street. yesterday. Tyrrell was one of the policemen wounded. He still bears the scars of the wounds: A copy of T11113rNE of May 5, 1886, containing a full account of the riot, reminded Tyrrell of his thrilling experiences on that eventful night. A friend who came across a copy of Tinc TRIBUNE of that date presented it to Tyrrell.

"Reading the newspaper account brings the events of that night most vividly to my mind," said Mr. Tyrrell. "I saw the bomb coming and ducked. It passed several feet to the rear. I was knocked down and was wounded in the head-and the spine.

4 "Despite the great pain caused by the wounds I was able to walk to my home after receiving treatment at the hospital. My friend George Mueller, who stood by my side was killed. I feel I was lucky to escape With my life. It was a night of terror." 7 Dinner for Red Cross Aids John B. Delroney will give dinner party at the Clarendon Beach hotel this evening for his niece, Dorothy McClurg, in behalf of-Donald Robb, Ralph Pretzels, and Gordon Cook, who are leaving for France In the service of the Red Cross.

LI I L-5 1513 EAST 55TH STREET Matinee Continuous .1 111 1-5 LAST, 51- 5tt I Matinee Continuous IEvery moment of our visit you inhale fresh woshed air 4etir; I I I III ling 1 I An even distribution of fresh wsshed air prevails at the Riviera. An even. distribution of fresh visshed air prevails I the Riviera. E- "NINE-TENTHS OF THE LAW Mutt a. deftLatest Patna News EE1 Coming Sunday and Monday -2- ''WHY AMERICA WILL I 5 "NINE-TENTHS a---- pip --7-: OP- flif LAW Mutt et.

Jeff Latest Patna News Coming Sunday and Monday -WHY AMERICA WILL WIN" -131BU IIGHArantgl 3319 NORTH CLARK STREET Ei Mat. Daily. Cont. Show 2:30 to 10 P.M. An kArtcratt Picture Marguerite Clark IN HER LATEST PRODUCTION' ME "OUT OF A CLEAR SKY" 'S LT, ORCHESTRA OP QUALITY.

Ez 1:11 BU I IIGHAM 3319 NORTH CLARK STREET 1 Mat. DallAy.nCAonr tterSahlr Picture 1-11 P.M. -hi--- marguerite Clark IN HER LATEST PRODUCTION' O. "0 UT OF A CLEAR SKY" E-9 -1-3 ORCHESTRA OP QUALITY ollaummillut El II Hillffilli111111111 -2- 53RD AND HARPER AVENUE -1-7-. n.

F-- "House of Qualify" Matinee Daily 71-- -i---7. MARY- NI i PICKFORD --E 1 1 El II id JOHkNNA ENLISTS" 1 I n- FIRST RUN PATHE I I LITHUMEIMPH IIRPER imumniumin ii. 53RD AND HARPER AVENUE a I mt T''--- MARY House of Quality" Matinee -Daily Sta -a-: PICKFORD LI El ---Et ENLISTS. 1 E---' FIRST RUN PATHE NEWS --4 v.5 1. 0 fA: 7A 5 3826 WEST MADISON ST.

TODAV-2 to VI Last Show Starts at 8:30 4 4 4,0 WINOS ST. -2; to It Starts 11 at 8:3 62.:: A BIG STORY WITH SIG SITUATIONS If yoU ilk. detective storiesIf you want to I.ra how million boys in America Imam' detectives sod are now rounding up the slacken. and the Goverament barli-biters. liars and Minerssay' things they cannot disc aaaaa ing loYaltY pod spreading lain rumors: shooting our soldiers in the back.

and helping Hui murderous Raisersoil this. greet dramatis photoplaY. Thrilling and enthrallindciene nod eitaltnatrietic with a punchit will also you the time of your life. if you know oven ono of our boys to khaki yes will in glad you have seen great Patriotic photoplay. Teil alt the boys you know and all tho boys you mootand COME.

REGENT 6746 Sheridan nr. Loyola Sta.Cont. 2:30 to 10 J. WARREN KERRIGAN "to, Bau FATTY BALL" Mat. FIGHT FOR MILLIONS" BRIM MAWR 77 1 Isa Bryn ia'wrnr114" -CON'rINTIOCS 2 TO 10 P.


Z- me 4.0, Bryn Mawr, nr. '4 BRYN MAWR at Bryn Mawr LEXINGTON 1162 EAST Sr. A BIG STORY WITH SIG SITUATIONS CONTINUOUS 2 TO 10 P. M. MATINEE DAILY It yea like detective storiesIf you want to mem hew willies boys in America I imam' detectives and are sow wounding 0740 Sheridan id nr.

Loyola I i WARREN KERRIGAN Do rot Dalton FRED STONE- up the slackers. and the Goverement Sta- Cost, 2:30 to 10 haat-biters, liars and vliirierssay'ne REGENT things they cannot disc aaaaa It ATIVE LA FRANCE" i II E. 0 A loyalty a spreadin false rumors: Mooting our soldiers i the back, and FATTY BALL" ALSO TWO-REEL SENNETTkCOMEDY VERNON 61ST STREET'at VERNON Now JACK O'LANTERN" tarring in TIiMEAT'ffETaVEREIITArLF" helping the murderous Ra lsermo at. FIGIrr FOR MILLIONS" ameeeeeeeeenee great dramatic photoplaY. I ALICE BRADT" Thrilling and nthrellintelevor and 6 A a DIVISION AND 0 oft riganpatriotic with a punchit will LA SALLE STS also you the time et your lite- It you I V.

i A know oven gni or our boys la khaki yea I will be glad you have soon this groat II Patriotic photoplay. Tell alit the boys you knew and ail the boys you swotand RI 0 11 FAIRBANKS IF I 1 COSIE I1 DOUGLAS I T. 0, bY OLIVE TELL- "SECRET STRINGS" 1, rRINGS" did Co I TRINI- MICHIGAN ANNEITE KELLERMANN "Queen of tile Sea" chiran-Garrie'd Mi --LUBLINER TRINZ-- MICHIGAN 1:30 to la P. II. ANNEITE KELLERMANN gl ti I I I In a Class "HE COMES UP SMILING" titrn, et-NAM-0 ITE) CATIT 1BROADWAY STRAND Rt1T: 1' CHARLES RAY Anri STARTS TODAY sTARTS ciiATEAu PIA CI 1........., mitt 41 1 wain.



I Dr. William TPStott Dead at Franklin, Ind. dIONEREEP Franklin. Noy. William Taylor Stott, 82.

for thirty-three years president of Franklin college and one of the most widely known Baptist ministers and educators in the country, died at his home here today. Ills age arid a complication of diseases caused death. In 1105 Dr. Stott retired voluntarily as president of Franklin college and devoted his time to writing a history of the Baptist church in Indiana. Dr.

Stott also served as superintendent of the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Orphans' home at Knightstown, Ind. PROP. ROYAL T. MORGAN, for thirty-two years superintendent of Du Page county schools, died yesterday in Wheaton of pneumonia. He was 73 3eare old.

He served with the Seventeenth Illinois cavalry in the civil war. MRS. MAY TIPTON, a niece of Gen. Ttthn J- Pershing and a sister of Col. Richard Paddock, a member of Gen.

Pershing's staff, died yesterday in Linoln, at the horns of Mrs. D. M. Butler, a sister of Gen. Pershing.

511S. THOMAS WILCE died at her residence. 606 South Malshfield avenue. yesterday. She was the widow of Thomas Wilce, pioneer lumberman.

19- Daddy, we're ready and wait. ing for youplease hurry, I want to hear the overture. NEW. DEARBORN AND VILMN ST. MORN 'MRS.

LEFFING- Constance Talmadge WELL'S BOOTS" Pirst-Run Pattie News and a Good Connie Hurry, Dear, we must not be late remember, the box office closes at ten after nine and I just cannot miss I 1. 1j 'furry, Dear, we must not be late remember, the box -11-4.) ikl.t'l- office closes at ten after 4' ''''''''A nine and I just cannot miss 6240 RIM BARK AVE I KIMBAtitK 4 Matinee and 100 TOM KATZENJAMMER Ring TRAVELS and "BRASS NO. 7 THAL L.1,b all0 "JittAZ3 10. 7 I BAIIA MARSHALL SQUARE 2000 COMFORTABLE SEATS Sessue Hayakawa "TILE TEMPLE OF DUSK" LAKE SHORE MAT. EE.

Belmont EN ID BENNETT ''TZEAZ'hARTING" CASTUSTAT.E AT ST. tilla Cavalier' Also MRS. JAMES GILBERT. Vocalist Aati Doritletskintrouble interfere with your work 11 esinol will relieve it I aMMNdat IN EASTERLY LINCOr and T. 2 711 GERALDINE FARRAR the el' MADISON SOUARE47" '1'1341" at tAtare 1MAD -TODAY.

TO 1 0-- I On account of our Superior Ventilating. System this Theatre received the first Permit issued by John Din Robertson for Reopening. Only Theatre in Chicago Showing WILLIAM S. I Carlyle Blackwell THE BUGG UneIn Ave' Rob" St. THE! "A WOMAN OFIMPULSE" I A VI A 11 OF IMPULSE" bt I-A 1 OF J.


it; FATTY COMEDY SESSUE HAYAKAWA i "HIS BIRTHRIGHT' I ALSO PATHS liEVIlS IGO I i l' I 4 1 5. 1 i 1 I 4. 4 I 1 I f' V. i i I' HART 1141 ir'i IN "When a Woman Sfils" A Dignified Problet.Piar Wan Loistinalve Theme. Prof.


I 11 IN 1 iSag5ReEGre 341t-veSlin lk o10P.r'll: I hen a DREXEL- 1 CHARLES RAY 1-7 omanStis I "THE LAW OF THE NORTH" i 1 HYDE PARK 5nn AND LAKE PARI; MAT. to 4 P. M. A Dignified Probless PUY Wan a thstinctivo Prof. Cohan, at the Organ SHAKESPEARE 3D an0 ELLIS AVE 414atines arkl Night P1'.

PIS ni kill- To t' k' RIGHT' BEILLIN" ip Ltif 11- tit l't I ze WEST SIDE. Chateau News Comedy Lynne Hazzard and His Orchestra -(1' i I i LynneChilitru dNewds HisalOettestra z------------ 1 ill t-' -J leA wiltoo 111 I i di eic) s. it 1 1 Chateau Lynne Hazzard I ti SESSUE FlAYAKAWA--TemDle of totuds" SESSt '71 Rub liner Bc 3L Resinol Ointinent stops itching almost instantly. It matters little whether the cause lies in some skin disease like eczema, or the bite or sting of insects, or a disorder of the nerve supply. Resinol Ointment acts because it contains medicinal substances which soothe and heal the skin.

Its continued use is almost sure to clear away all trace of eruption. Ask your dealer for it EV MS LATEST SUCCESS tt NORTHWEST SIDE NORTH SIDE THEATRES I BORDER WIRELESS" PANTHEON A FOWNE DE LUXE 433D rtffrpant CRYSTA LaVnillar' ALICE BRADY, "Ordeal of NORTH NEAR CALIFORNI 4 DE TOTIA" 1 Auct BRADY, "Ordeal of 0 NO SHERIDAN ROAD'AT WILSON AV. Cont. 1:30 to 10 P. MeLAST SHER II A GRIPPING DRAMA L-9 A.

IL CONTINUOUS MO rITERMINAL LAWRENCE AND 5- SPAULDING Ea ELMO LINCOLN El FL: "THE ROMANCE OF TARZAN" 1 CARLYLE BL'ACKWELL "ON THE ROAD TO FRANCE" A MARSH "HIDDEN FIRES" z000 SEATS-CONCERT ORCHESTRA -L OAK LAND SQUARE OAKWOOD A DREXEL Constance Talmadge E----- Weekly News Cow Ady F---- ft il----a- a 0 LUM 5 Ashland Ay. at 63cd St- N. Eat L- VIOLA a-- E------ Dmillove OW Pavlova ilsontent Nowa (IV AT SQUARE 1Aolitnit. 8 Constance Talmadge Weekly News Comedy FA -fff at E--- 1 1 1 1 racem(3 date ikIty TEELl'itri Aftr4 ri LI P-ADEIAPHI ESTES P2 FRED STONE F-----, "THE sE Gaumont News Corn, Comedy ALCAZAR 069 wEsT MADISON WILLIAAI FARNUAI "The Rainbow Sequel to "Riders of the Purole Sage" EXCLUSIVE SHOWING arl. Accompanied By do PANTHEON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA s-Ats I Et LA-1111 a ITIS lawi a as--a g.

uar LANE COURT CENTER at LANE COURT In leather, fur, silk or fabric, the (name Fownes is a guarantee of quality. 1777. Fownes $ets the standard in style. Et and service; for Military and Civ, Man requirements. 1lt tho PrilicivaSol Shore I fa name guarant since I $ets the stYle.

Et for Milii Man mg At th kather, silk or brio, the Fownes is a tee of quality, T77. Fownes standard in and service; tary and Cho rairements. I. PrincivaS Shore CRAWFORD caAvArmoAvrt. near CONTINUOUS TO 10 P.

M. VIVIAN MARTIN "Our Country 'First" 3tubliner anb XritWg I WEST SIDE THEATERS WEST Ell li WEST Eli 0 l' 11 a NEw IRVING L9111 Park ETHEL CLAYTON "THE GIRL WHO CAME BACK OUR, VENTILATION IS THE BEST NE MADISON STREET AT DEARBORN BESSIE- BARRISCALE 111 VITAGRAPII I PEERLESS at anad kwood. 3133 LINCOLN AVENUE. 130 TO 10 P.M. Constance Talmadge Constance Talmadge 1 weirs Snots" "tars 111111 Parsons Patho Wostis KNICKERBOCKER KU ilVOOD Forty-seventh St.

E. 1 A MARSn '41100EN FIRES" Waettly News Clatttla Comedy L--1 a Ei 1 I I 1 If L2-11 111 1 1 I "The Heart of Rachael" MAE MARSH "HIDDEN FIRES" Weekly News Comedy CLARK STREET AO CALO BALMORAL AVENUE FRED STONE "THE GOAT" Cale Weekly comedy NEW STRAND Mb SION. nr. Cola. 13(1 I.

10-- JANE KATHERINE LEE 140Y" I I 'make hizn some very thin cheese sandwiches run them under a hot flame, toasting the outsides only. so that the cheese melts down into the bread. But be sure the cheese is seasoned with a liberal dash of Sea5Oricm vvib. dash of imsgfh liberal rnAIER 5 im 5 IBM BROADWAY-COT. 1130 TO II FRED STONE "THE OOAT, 5219 BROADWAYCOT.

TO II corn eTtIN "THE it P. II 1.11 N. Cicero. to IS P. M.

i VIVIAN MARTIN 1,1 "HER COUNTRY FIRST" Al FT Charlie ChaplinA Fair Exchange" EXCLUSIVE SHOIVISG 130SION 1SSIREET '1 Constance: Talmadge 'Mrs. LeffingwIll-ell's' Boots' I 6 ots --E-: --7-- 72 -54 Ill AUSTIN rho 'wimp to. always iso eh oievlb sae WIMP Tho wain to. Irnit I LAKESIDE 47: CONSTANCE TALMADGE A PAntIMOUtiT "MRS. LEFFINGSVELL'S BOOTS" Weekly News Comedy Fri -Al Wee PLAISANCE 4634 PARK51Dg A r.E- A .7 LAKE ST.

Cant. I LA LL "THE eRrign far TLa: MA E'' COVENT GARDEN Av I E4FA. FROLIC FutYt -Ls" St 1 F- 2953 NORTH CLARK ST. 130 TO le P. N.

I SHIRLEY MASON -cove on --A LINA CAVALIER' '01 Wptillu A 4 8E. It Integre An ls ima Comedy -1- BIOGRAPH 1 '----COSMOPCLITM Ha I 1 lsted At 79th St. 2433 LINCOLN AVElap To lo P. M. 1 ----gt riltriAN MARTIN "HER COUNTRY TA Constance Talmadge s.

we, Review I illIstaly" al gzImmurmillasurarow 1 E---- BIOGRAPH 1 COSMOPOLITAN Halsted At 177; 79th St. 2433 LINCOLN AVE.I ao TO II P. M. 1 in--. vIAN MARTIN "HER filtUsgRY I Constance Talmadge 5.

sr Review Cosada Pi I 1,11 141 14 I 7436 Miloaukee Abe. 1:30 to P. M. VIVIAN MARTIN HER COUNTRY FIRSTS 1, I. Aluotte hoe produced FILOSETTE ovevassing insporteg "161 1 MILWAUKEE-at MILFORD CRAWFORD 5 1 VIVIAN MARTIN I ER COUNTRY- FIRST" ffl Weekly New Comedy 1 i r-z I i 1 1 ecru" a-lww ea EMI 1 1 I' I SSTTRiNaDISON FRrrziE BRUNE.

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