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It's as good today
as when I bought it.
There is just one way to
put it out of business and that
is to Lose It
The Ball you can"t Cut or Gash the Ball that's best for the drive and
most deadly for the putt. Try it yourself and Prove it.
Its made only by
The Goodyear Tire Sr Rubber Co.,
(olf Ball Sept.)
TABLEAUX AND WAX WORKS
S. S. PIERCE CO.,
Tremont and Beacon Sts.
IS Milk St., (Wholesale)
IMPORTERS AND GROCERS
WASHINGTON, D. C.
American and European Plan. Absolutely Fireproof.
Located in the most Fashionable part of the city and within five minutes walk of the Executive
Mansion, Treasury, State, War and Navy Departments.
John T, Deuine, Proprietor.
Hovel Entertainment Provided in Honor
Well Known Advertisements and Io
cal Scenes to be Pictured
Boxes to be Auctioned
MONG the pleasantest of
the entertainment feat
ures planned for the
coming week in honor of
the visiting golfers, will
be an evening of tableaux
and Jarley's wax works at the Village
The active committee in which 31 rs.
auctioning off of the front portion of the
hall, which is to be divided up into re
served boxes, and it is anticipated that
"horse show" prices will prevail, as the
proceeds are to be devoted to charitable
and educational work.
An auctioneer with a wonderful flow
of language and tremendous purse pull
ing power, will be selected and this event
which will take place at The Carolina,
Wednesday evening, at 8,30 sharp prom
ises to be an entertainment in it itself.
THE ZOO IS II EH E.
Formal Opening- Announced for Next
Trainer John T. lienson, and his Zoo
logical collection of animals and birds,
reached here Friday morning and is now
busy at the exhibition building getting
IliSIf ( A .rJ
W. J. TRAVIS, WINNER SECOND ANNUAL MIDWINTER TOURNAMENT. 1905.
Leonard Tufts and Mrs. Montgomery A.
Crockett are prime movers is fascinat
ingly and mysteriously reticent as to de
tails, but numerous rehearsals and an air
of general activity,-give ample assurance
that an evening of rare enjoyment is in
store for all.
The majority of tableaux shown will
be reproductions of popular advertis
ments, posters, etc., of special interest to
the visitors, many of whom are directly
connected with the subjects shown.
The wax works will be unique in that
most of the figures will have local or
One of the novel features in connec
tion with the entertainment, will be the
things in readiness for formal opening,
a week from today, Saturday January
The collection which came through by
fast express on two Arms palace cars,
includes over one hundred rare wild
animals and birds, and as an entertain
ment feature it is sure to be one of the
leading attractions of the Village.
The exhibition will be open daily and
Sunday from ten to five and a nominal
admission fee of twenty-five cents for
adults and twenty cents for children,
will be charged.
A full description of the collection
together with the numerous special fea
tures to be introduced, will be printed in
next week's Outlook.