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NEW THIS WEEI
HVNDSOME "i PARASOLS and "MTS
UMBRELLA?, all samples, no two alike;
also cliildico's parasols.
LATEST Hc6"'',H TaRTAN PL ID
LIHLK HOSIERY fortuities and ehllit
rent ...Mich wiveltli-s, 60.: pair; Roman
Wipes, S and 86c. '
LAMES 8ILK M1TT8 in lace and taffeta, '
l&c, 20c uud 25c.
New things In belts, fringed sashes, and scarfs, etc. .. .
Ladies' summer vts, 5r,16o,V0- pd iTfc. " ' ,.
Spring shoulder capes and separate skirls; best values eer shown here in nnder-
National tricolor and flag ribbons; fltigs and bunting. Home prices. ...
Tht Exclusive Dry Gonds House of the Northwest.
COR. THIRD AND MORRISON STS., P0RrlANO, ORE.
TRADING STAMPS? YES I
' Pure fruit flavored ice cream soda at
The pioneer meat market of C Al
bright continues to serve i 8 eu tomers
well and always keeps a large amount
of fretih meats on hand.
Last year's patterns of wall paper at
reduced price". Hve ami 10c notion
counters.; At Bellomy & Busch.
F. I. Andrews, the market gardener,
has always on hand a laye amount of
.first-class apples, vegetables, pure cider
and cider vinegar. Give him a rial.
Kenwdrthy's restaurant and con
fectionery is now opened and ready to
serve first-class meals on short notice.
Oysters a specialty. W heeler & Oram's
The most reliable goods at lowest
living cash prices are kept by the groce' y
store of Marr & Muir.
Justice court blanks 15 cents per dozen
at Coubier office.
W e aie the leaders over all others in
stylish millinery and popular prices.
Gelia Goldsmith. , .
1 Nottingham. ce, curtains, balance of
lot just received,, j jp ill close out at the
same old , price. Oregori City Auction
House. ' '
'' keh'wdrthy's ice cream. Icecream
and cake ,15 cents a dish or two for 25c.
lee ereaahor ice cream soda 10c.
Jult received, 100 rolls of fine mat
ting. Call at once and set choice of
patterns. Oregon City Auction House
x w V-AW oaK bicycles have the nev depart-
ure brakes, just the thing for riding in
this county. Charman & Co,,-agents
for Columbia bicycles. "
We are leaders for stylish millinery
At popular prices. Oelia boldsmitn
P. I. Andrews, the gardener, as usual
has the 'first young radishes and onions
; . r, .u 1
OI ine season ueBiues uiucr can; vcga
, table. . ;.. .. ':i
Albright is never "just, flnt", of the
kind of meat vou want as he knows
what his customer desire and keeps a
full stock' on hand and you don't need to
take "what's left."
1 A high grade warranted .Sewing ma
hine sells for $25 on easy payments at
Bellomy & Busch.
D. E. Kenworthy at the East Side Ry
office serves meals or oysters at all tim es
He also keeps a line of confectionery
fruits and cigars.
Hail the wagon of Mr. Andrews if you
want anything in the fresh vegetable
line. . .......
Our $30, wheels have the automatic
brake ; you can go down any hill.
Charman & Co., agents for
Try Prier's ice cream and ice cream
soda pure fruit flavors. Fruits, nuts
and con ecticnery of all kinds.
Dan Willians has added to his stock of
groceries and provisions a full line of
feed and hay. Goods delivered to all
parts of the city free. Corner Seventh
and Center streets ' -
G. H. Young's second ham! store can
furnish you with furniture, stoves, hard
ware, etc., at less than one-fourth wiiat
same would cost new and they are just
as good and will last as long. Give him
When in Portland be sure and call at
the Royal restaur nt where you can get
the best 15c meal in the city. 253 First
street, corner of Madison. .' Wm.
The Club tonsorial parlors, P. G.
Shark, proprietor, shaves for 10 cents.
A full line of cigars and tobacco is kepi.
45 cents round trip from Oregon City
to Portland and retun via Southern
Pacific trains. One way rate 25 cents.
Tickets now on sale at railroad depot.
Trains leave Oregon City at 8:40 a. m.,
and 3:35 p. in , and arrives from Port
land at 9 :23 a.m. and 6:52 p. m. Save
time by using the quicker route.
We Carry in Stock a Large lne of
SOLID GOLD, GOLD FILLED,
SILVER and NICKEL WATCHES
With Waltham and Elgin Movements
HIGHEST GRADE AT LOWEST PRICES
. Burmcistor & Andre$cn,
. THE OREGON CITY JBWELRRS
BICYCLE GLOVES, cool and flexible,
with gauntlet tops, 65c, 85c and 1. 00 per
BICYCL SUMMER CORSETS. Correct
for riding, 2&c. 40u and 50c.
GRADUATING MATERIA in French
orxHiidi and resl swiss; pure while and
pearl, 1 c, 20c, 25c and 35c yard.
The members of the M. E. church
have chartered the elegant, steamer D.
F Baker for a grand r ver excursion on
the 4th of July. The 8 earner will go up
th Columbia river, wlier tho ex'-ur
HonintH will have an opportunity of tak
ing in the finest sceneries of the Pacilic
coast. A stop of sever.il hours will be
made at Latoure'le Falls. The rates for
the excursion will l placed so low, that
one of the finest excurt-ionsof a lifetime
will he placed within the reach of most
The funeral of the 14 months old child
of Mr. and Mr. Savage was conducted
by Rev. Dr. Butler last Saturday at 10
The pnpu'ar steamer " Harvest Queen"
has been chartered for the excursion to
be given by the Congregaiinnal church
n Saturday, June 25th, to Mnbuomah
Falls, look out for piirticu ars -next
"Childrens dav" will be full v observed
at the First Congregational church next
Sabbath. The ehild'-en will furnish the
mneic for the day. At the morning ser
vice nanti-m will be admiiuxtered to a
number of children, A grand concert
exercise program will be given in the
evening, with special features and beau
tiful decorative exercises.
The commencement exercises of the
Parkplace school will be held Friday
evening, and will be up to the usual ex
cellence of the closing program of that
school. A class, of nine bright pupils
.:n - i. t . i. - , u i ,
win Krauume iiumi ine iiiiiii sett ui
grade this week. They are
Uari la. Butt, K.ate E. smith, Daisy IS
Rivers. Pearl Margaret Himler, Freder
ick G. Thayer, Florence E. jitty, taud
E. Brown,-Mary Frances Huerth and
Clark Hay nes Williams The class
colors are red, whit- and blue, and the
class motto is "Now We Try A Bound
less Sea.'' i
Music, Oregon City Orchestra.
Invocation, Rev. T. VV, Butler.
Organ solo, Mrs. J. E. White.
Oration, "Landmarks of History"
Carl L. Butt.
Oration, "Poetic Realities of Nature,"
Oration, "Long , Live the Republic,"
Daisy J. Rivera
Essav, "Woman's- Influence in the
Moral World, "Pearl Ma garet Himler,
Duet, Mr. and Mrs. A. . Dresser '
Essay. "Curiosity," Frederick G
Recitation, 'Lasca," Florence E. Patty
Oration, "Launched, But Whether
Bound," M-ud E. Brown.
Solo, Miss Kate Ward.
Original poem ' Our Graduation Day,"
Mary Frances Huerth.
Valediciory, "The Saxon Grit," Clark
Presentation of Diplomas, Oapt. J. T.
AuuresBio ciass, ui,Koot, a. Wilier,
Fancy flower baskets for uraduating
exercises , at the Racket Store.
Leather belts, all colors, also a nice
variety, of belt fasteners,
' at the Racke (Store.
Hats and bonnets for children nice
selection, at the Racket Store.
For best groceries at cheapest price go
to Marr & Muir.
Latest Russian blouse front shirt
wan s, different styles,
at the Racket Store.
F )R RsNT-Three fine rooms in a quiet
place in Green Point near car li o,
furnished or unfurnished. In
quire at Courier office or A R. Doolittle
We can assure all who invest $40 in a
Victor, 1898, Model 35 bicycle, that they
are getting their moneys worth, and
that a greater amount of service and sat
isfaction cannot be found in anv other
bicycle on the market at an equal price
Burmeister & Andresen.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
David Will, of Barlow, was in the city
Tuesday .., , , ;
Charles Biers, of Salem, Was visiting
isrvguu wi(,y (rienug ounoay .
Miss Jessamine Dutcher, or Poitland,
- ; . ! . .1 . 1! T
is viMiing me mioses iuunger.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Savage died in this city Friday .June 3rd.
J. B. Tavlor's family have all been
down with' measles but are now im
A. F. Chapman, a well-known resi
denti'f Hubbard, was in Oregon Oity,
Born, Monday June 6th. to Mr and
Mrs. Joseph rie la Fontaine, a daughter.
weighing 7jj pounds.
Reei'e Daugherty, one of the promi
nent citizens of Soda Springs, was in
Oregon City Wednesday.
Miss Ellis, of Portland, and Mr. An
derson, of Chicago, were gu sts of Miss
Mattie uraner last Sunday.
A C. 8 ranee, who is in the citv.
closed a successful vear of school at
Pleasant Home last Friday.
Miss Laura ('on vers returned to her
home at Clatskanie Tuesday, accom
panied by Miss May Wianart.
Charles Goldsmith, of Portland, was
visiting his sisters, the Mi-ses Gold
smith, in this city last Sunday.
Mrs Robert Beatie and children, of
Portland, who I ave been visiting Mrs.
Beatie of thW city, returned home Mon
Ernest Hutttun, took out a lial of'
goods f r his Marquara store Saturday,
U. E. Young drove out the load for
Mrs. J. M. Tracy, of Logan, left Sat
urday for Yoncalla, Douglas county,
where she will visit relatives for a few
O. K. Quinn.of Marquam, brought
intwoeoyote scalps Tuesday, and re
ceived a warrant for $4, bounty for the
Miss Edna Ru;g, who graduated with
higti h mors a the Portland University
last week, has reiurned to her home in
Round trip ticke's to Yaauina bav
are now on f ale at the Southern Pac lie
office in this city for $6; good un il Oc
Charles U.Wilson returned from Salem
Sunday, where he had been amend
ing an examination of a law class before
the 8'ipierae court. '
Hon. John Kruse. of . Wilsonville. ha
been very ill with heart trouble for sev
eral months past) and has been unable
to leave his home. . " '' ,
J J. Gard. one of ihe torominetit citi
zens of Claikes. was a caller at this of
fice Wednesday, and reports excellent
prospects lor crops..; 1 , . , . ,
A. R. bimick closed a Successful firm
of the tarquam school last Friday; and
spienom program ot literary ana pa;-
triutic exercises was prjesBnteil. : ; 'n
The summer, ruslv oi Sundav vuitora
has liegun to the falls and Oregon City,
as was evidenced by the number1 of
rortund people, in the city last Sunflay,
i iss rfnce.W!cn of! Btoi kton'i1 Oal
isviMtinir Miss Vera Pilsburyk. Miss
Welch is the daughter of James Welch.
and the family formerly resided in ithis
cl,y- ... A;-,!..
Dr. J W.Welch has disposed of his
dental basin- ss'io fr. Francis Freeman,
ana returned to ins old home at silver-
ton, where he Mill practice his profes
Capt. John Kelly, who has been Em
ployed on the Gray K gle for the bast
two months, has resumed his old , place
as night watchman, at the Crown paper
The Presbyterian Sunday school 'will
give a fine entertainment at the church
on Tuesday evening, June 14th, to take
the place of Hie usual children a day ex
ercises on ounaay. ,.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Stevens and
daughter, "iss Mertie, who have been
visiting New Yorx, Washington and
other baxtern points for the past two
months, returned home Tuesday. '
A Maccabees picnic will be held at
Zuler's park, near Ba low next Satur
day, which will be participated in by
ine wnw oi vvoodourn, But'evtlle
Macksburg, Marquam aud Bailow.
D. K. Hill and C. H. Danchy, of
Parkplace, have opened a recruiting of
fice for volunteers t A S. Dresner's of
fice, ar-d will fo m a company as soon as
a sufficient number of recruits are ob
tained. The youngest son of I. D. Taylor fell
off a sidewalk on the W est Side last Fri
day and sustained a frac ure of his right
arm, between the wrist and elbow. He
is now getting along as well as could be
Marriage licenses have been issued
during he week by County Clerk Dixon
10 Kate M. Chiistian and C. L. Barrett :
on 1 he 3rd Mabel T. Hannegan and
John C. Williams on the 4th, and Hattie
E. Bonnet and O. Wisesnger on the 6tb.
Mrs. M A. (iilmer and daughter, Miss
Etta, of Burroughs. Calif., who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dye
for the past three weeks.left Tuesday for a
visit to their old home in the East. Mrs.
Uilmer, who is a sis er of Mr. Dye, is
highly pleased with Oregon.
Miss Mabel Hanegan and John 0,
Williams were married at tie residenc
of ihe bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Hanegan, Saturday June 4th, Rev.
A.J. Montgomery officiating. F'or the
present they sre making their home at
the Hanegan place, on Main street.
Justice of the Peace B. F. 8mith of
Needy, came very near meeting his
dea'h last Sunday evening by an at
tack from a wild buil. He was stand
ing near a fence when the infuriated
animal made a dive and viciously
push- d him to the ground and through
the fence. Mr. Smith is still suffering
from injuries received in the chest and
The Oregon City Band will' complete
its organization next week, and has
among its membership some of the best
talent in the city. They have been
practicing for about week, and Tues
day evening, they made a decided hit by
their excellent playing on the street.
They serenaded the, newly elected can
didates at their residences and were
v. A. Covert, of Logan, was in the
H. H. Wheeler, of Canby, was in
mwn eane&iay. :
H. F. Currin. of Currinsville, was
Oregon City visitor Wednesday i -
Henry Mlev,: the Wilsonville mer
chant, was in Oregon Ci.y yesterday. ,
i D..N, Bridenstine and wife, of Spring
water were visitors in the city' Ta -sday,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F Clark are vtaitinv
rela ives in Polk county for a few davs.
J. AoDel. wife nnd nhildren nf Port.
land were tt.e gue t of Mr. and Mrs.
uhus Schwartz, 8unday. 1
Will L.Miller bo rded the Pouthern
Pacific overland Mondav evenine for a
hort visit to Southern Oregon.
Mrs. G, C. Richen, who has been
visiting relatives in Kansas for the past
three months, returned home this week.
Mis Helen Riees of Ornio i Citv. is
the guest of Mr. an I and Mrs E. J.
Swafford for a few days. Salem States
Postmaster Horton has been ill for
two or three ''ays pis', probably te
resnl' of over work and close confine
Miss Addie Clark; one of the teachers
in the Oregon City schools is spending
the vacation with relatives in Polk
The republicans of Clackamas county
are making prepara'ions to celebrate
their recent victories in Oregon Oity
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. R -nds went to
Vancouver Thursday, to visit their son,
h. vi, Kands, the occasion being his
Susie Turner and Mike Gross, both of
Stafford were married at the com-t
house in this city Thursday, County
udge Hayes officiating.
The Morning Tribnne. of Portland.
suspended publics' ion as soon as it was
awe taine I that .loe Simon was elected
senator to represent M iltnoraali county.
Among the 5) applicants, who sue
cessfully passed the examination for ad
mission to the bar before the Bupreme
court is the name of Charles U. Wilson,
of th'8 city.
W. P. Hawlev. superin'endent of the
Crow i Paper Mills, accompanied bv
Mrs. Hawlev and son, returned Wed
nesday from an extended visit to the
Eastern States. .
Mis Jennie Gray, who has filled the
position of money order and register
lerk in the Oregon Uity postomce lor the
past four years, retuned to her home in
Portland Monday. ,
Mrs. Martha Blakeslee, of Chehalis,
Wash., who has been visiting her
parents, Mr, und Mrs. James Wilkinson,
for several, weeks past, , returned home
J ' X. brands, manager Of the Port
land office of the American Type Found
ers' Company, and A. H. Wells, a news
paper man from Alton, lowa, . were
plesant eallers at this office Wednesday.
Ci W. Austin, of. Wilhoit Springs,
was -'arraigned before Justice Schubel
.pu .Bday afternoon on a charge of as
saulting his neighbor, O. S Herman,
With fl fenfti rail. He waived examina
tiori. and mas bound! over to appear be
fore the grand jury.
B.', Aj Miinson, ' the genial delivery
clerk at Harlow's grocery store, was mar-
ned in Portland Thursday, Junewtn
1898,. to, Mrs. B. B. King, recently of
Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Munson will
make their home in that delightful su
burb of Oregon City .Parkplace.
r Henry Shelley, of 55orthern Missouri,
Is visiting bis brother, James Shelley, oi
Maple Lane. He stooped tn ( aliforma
tor eight months on his way here, but
was not very favorably impressed with
that dried up Section of country. He 1b
favorably impressed with uregon, and
c-nsider8 the opportunities much better
here for a poor man. The two brothers
had not met before for 24 years.
The citizens of Bolton are displaying
their patriotism by erecting tall flag
poles and surmounting them with the
stars and stripes. These poles are
raised with appropriate ceremonies, and
the entile neighborhood talc 8 a hand
fn the festivities Flag poles varying in
length from 70 to 90 fee have been
raised in front of the residences of Rob
ert Greaves, Ed Johnson and Frank
Vosburg. . . .
Attorney Itouce1 Curry, of this city,
ws married ill Pdrtlmd Wednesdy,
June 8th. to Miss Mamie Harkins. 554
Fourth street. The ceremony was per
formed by R v. Kellogg in the presence
of a few invited relatives. Mr and
Mrs. Curry have taken up their resi
dence in Or gon Citv in a cottage al
ready prepared for their reception,
There is c msiderable activity among
the volunteer firetnen. as ihe tarious
coin nan lea are expected to have contest
ing 'earns in the tournament to be held
on the Fourth of July. Prizes will be
awarded at that time to the winning
teams in the races, and the firemen's
tournament will he an interesting fea
ture of the Fourth ol July exercises.
The Fourth of July committee held a
a meeting Wednesday evening, and on
Thursday eveui'ig another meeting was
held at the office of Hedges 4 Orithth,
of the heads of sub committees and the
general committee The details for the
rourth of July celebration are now about
completed. By nex1 week the sp rts com
mittee will htve their program ready.
Everything is now almo-t in reidiness
for 1 routing, big Fourth of July cele
bration. ki a meeting of the West Oregon City
school board held Friday evening, the
lot owing , teachers were reelected:
Principal, Prof. T.J.Gary; teacher of
the intermediate department. Airs.
Norma Haines; teachers of the primary
debarment. Miss Uhve A. L-ueiiing;
teacher of the Bolton school. Miss Lizzie
Shipley. Miss MarjorieCafield declined I
a re election as teacher ot the Bolton
James Waters, of Wilson vile, was ar
raigned be'ore JusticeSchuebel Tuesday
on a charge of indecent exposure, but
was discharged on motion of the prose
cuting attorney, On Wednesday, Fred
Wing, of Redland, was arraigned in the
same court on a charge of assault, but
was discharged. ; Henry Smathers, of
the same place, waived examination
and cave bonds to appear before tbp
grand Jury. '
Wc have disposed of one-half of the men's suits
which we purchased at a sacrifice, during the past ten
day s, and txpect to close out the b tiante in a very short
time. This is the grandest opportunity ever offered to
the citizens of Oregon City, and every one should take
advantage of it
Positively $i2jo and $15.00 VALUKS for $8.50.
This lot o.nsists of BLUE SERGES, OKAY CLAY
WORSTED, and PLAIN and PLAID WORSREDS,
Every one new, and none worth less than $1250.
This week we have also marked
down many of our
BYS' AND CHILD
Which before the reduction
were better value than could
be obtained elsewhere,
MOYW aOTHING CO..
The Popular-lV(c ,nothrs
ben selling, Manager- Corner Third and Oak Streets.
Christian Kocher, on of the leading
hop growers of Clackami'8 county, was ,
in from Mnrks' prairie Friday, and sai l
tne report tnai many hulvbi-.o ;
plowed up in the spring is t 'oneiius.
While a tew were ting up, oiner uems
were ulanted. He says, however that
only part of the hopyards give promise
of yielding good er pa. Some growers
think that a minute borer or insect is
damaging the vines it some yards.
The residence of K. McFarlan l was
burned to ihe ground Sunday afternoon,
and all its contents were destroyed.
Mrs. McFarland was sitting In front of
the building, and the children were
playing around the house when it was
discovered to be on fire. The flames
had made such headway that it was
impossible to stop their progress, and in
a short time the houBe was a mass of
ruins. The fire is supposed to have
started In a chimney.
Al Green, a well known resident of
this city, died in this city last Sa'urday,
June 3rd, aged 46 years and 11 months.
He was formerly - empioyea in ..ine
woolen mills, but had been ill for sev
eral months with consumption. His
funeral was conducted from the U. B.
cburcivand the funeral sermon was de
livered by A. J. Ware. The burial ser
vices at Mountain View cemetery were
conducted under the auspices of the A.
,0 U. W. 'The deceased leaves a wife
and eight children. ' ' ' '
The United Wheeling Association, of
Portland, la making an active effort to
build a cycle path to Oregon City cost
ing f IOOO". This association is made up
of some 000 jyjliin. 1 n i it h w a b i-d
of directors, consisting of H. H. Nor h
rup, K. W Hoyt, Col. L. L. Hawkins
and o hers. Committees from the or
ganization are soliciting all bicycle
riders to become members 01 ine associ
ation. Membership dues are s 1 a year
for men and 60 cents for women. This
organization has already $300 on hand
for this bicycle patn, ana win re-aoume
their efforts to get a good patli to Ore
The head office of the Southern Pa
cific Railroad Company at Man Francis
co are getting out monthly issues of a
magazine devoted to descriptions and il
lus rations of interesting points along
the line of the road in California and
Oregon. For the past two or three
weeks the company s artists, A. Putnam
and Edward J. Porteous, panoramic
photogiaphers. of Lob Angeles, under
ihevh'peronage 01 John f. jonei.iraver
ing passenger ag-ht of the line in the
Oregon division, have been taking
scenic views in this state. They came
Oregon City last Sunday in a npe ial
car, and took a fine View of the Olacka
m.. riimr under tlid railroad bridge.and
spent some time in getting a good view
of Oregon City and the falls.
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lain Black, Brown Checks, mixtur
a rt . 1 i, . e .t " .1 1
1 uiacK worstea an 01 mem strictly
C wool , . ... p
Boys Suits - $2.50 )
J Youths Suits $4.50 ; ,
Another Lot of...
To give away with each Boy's
or Child's suit sold
.Get your fruit jirs and jelly turobl-o -
ai narris grocery.
vu yourorlerforfr'sh strawherr'"
rrta ,,i,imttH an I blickiHrries 10 K.
Andrews, who will furnUh treshly pick
oerres 111 q 1 niute-i t ) -tint. , w ,uu g -i
ling vcita !) reuu.u ur hd his .1'
k nds of berrim.
It wilt be interesting to thos who ) .
tend enlistin under the second call 1
volunteers, to know th.it the app irti
raetit of the troops for each state un
this call will not be mud a public. K
listments will be made precisely t
same as they are in the regular ami'
It is expected the enlistment of troti
will proceed more smoothly thai
would if the quota of each state v
made public at this time. Un ler 1
second call, each state is called upon 1
a specified number of men, not a ape
Bed number of company, batallion "
regimental organizations. After a s'i
Mil la n.,.i.i Ikn Minn .'I
to regiments already intheservi'e
be organized into new regiments, tV
govenors's commissioning the offlc. . .1
who are to. commend them.
The district convention of Woodmen
of the Wor d will convene in this t t v
Wednesday, June ntn, ana it in u
pected that at least 150 delegates will u
in attendance. This district inclm',.
the counties of Linn, Benton, Linnu'o
Polk, Yamhill, Washington, Tillamo ,
uoiumoia, viatsop, .uuiinoman, juan
and Clackamas At this convention
of Camps delegates will be elected to
tend the head camp of this jurn-du
tion, which meets at San Francisco
Augusi. Preparations are being m'.
by Willamette Falls Camp to prop-iK
receive and entertain the. visiting d
ga ion. who will spend a day or two w
this city. Our 'ci'lzens should iti i,
the hand ot welcome to these Visitcia
and make them feel at home.
There will be a f urce comedy attr -tion
at Shively'a opera house Mon ..
night. The title of this unique att
tion is "The Prodigal Fa her " The
pany producing the play will be tlw h t
ver seen here in the piece. Lyn i
Welcher who h is starred in the '
for the last three seasons, is said to
one of the best character actors in le
mate or farce c imu ly. Mis Ke
ville, who assumes t ie lea ling f"' '
roie, is a young wurain of preposset ,,
appearance an t a aeuueaiy clever ,v
tress, and her decide lly clever In, I.
lion of 'Sis Hopkins, the Jay Girl im
Slab Hollow," is one 01 the hits o( i
vaudeville stage. BartSwor aniU ,
lie Hooker will Introduce a novel .
ture in t e 'Rt;5 na La" a coon '
dance and cake walk, which has ).-'
one of the speciality hits of the pi -Feminine
beauty and sh ipellness is
resented in the tiersons of Fannie 'I
pie, Almi G lerge, Miiinie Link, Jv, ,
Dokes and others,
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