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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1911)
MOKNINO ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911.
At the Portland Theatres
LAST CAR LEAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MIDNIGHT
"r-v- JMi COMEDY. -THE COMMUTERS.'
AT HEJUO THEATRE, NOVEM
''' t't,Hy B. Harrl prtMflM Jam Forbes brilliant comedy hit. Th Corn-
Vt.' ' V ' " nvtara.' t Heillg Theatre, Seventh and Taylor atraata, for three
wight, beginning Thursday, November 23. Spaclal price, matinee Sat-
Jamea Forbea, with kis acutely de-
veloped - faculty for weaving th ln
" -tereallng Uttla affair of Ufa Into a
anoet engaging comedy, haa followad
np hia two great aucceeae. "Tha
Chorua Lady" and Tha Traveling
Salesman" wfch another comedy, "Tha
Commutera," which coma to tha Hal
, lig Theatre for three night, etarting
Thursday. November 23. with apeclaj
priced matinee 8atarday.
Aa tha UUe Buggeeta. the plot of
Mr. Forbee' lateet work la baaed apon
a phaae of American Ufa familiar to
practically every reident of a city
or near city. The author haa taken a
family of earorbaalte. and preaenu a
, atory of tbelr life, which. It may be
aid. la common to the vast majority
of thoee who live in the suburb and
transact busineea in the city. -The
Commatera" haa been produced under
the management of Henry & Harris,
- and considering the remarkable aoe-;-:
oaaa of both of Mr. Forbes' previous
efforts, local pUy-goera will find ranch
le enjoy In this newest work. The
i ' ,n ,our ct. and the scenes
are Vild In Anbora Manor, a suburb
, Nw york. The central characters
;rn Larry and Hetty Brtce, an exceed-
Ingly happy couple, and Sammy
Fletcher, a New Tork bachelor, who,
known only by name and reputation
to Hetty, la the object of her profound
dislike, as she hold him responsi
ble for her husband's occaeonal Inno
cent but annoying divergeaclee from
the atralght and narrow path of matri
mony.. The bachelor haa the true
urban dweller's horror of suburban
life, and hia friend, the husband, in
vite aim to spend a day In Auburn
Manor in order to revel In the )oya
of a real commuter's life. His advent
Into the Brie household causes dire
confusion, and out of the complica
tions arising from his visit, Mr. Forbes
haa woven a atory of appealing drama
tic quality and unlimited comedy possi
bilities. He Introduce n group of
typical suburbanites who contributes
to the entertainment qualities of the
The piece was staged under Mr.
Forbea personal direction, and will
be seen here with the New York and
Boston cast which include Harry
Da res port. Amy Lesser, Florence Ma-
lone, John Robertson, Pauline Duf
Held. Lillian Thurgate, and others.
The seat sale opens Tuesday, No
vember 21. at 10 a. m.
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THE PLAY SUCCESS, "MOTHEH.-
AT HEL ,r, THEATRE, Nov. 1 to 22.
VVm. A. Brady present Juts Eekr G'n'
Mother," at the Hs'ltq Theatre, &c'
nights, beginning Suns' , Nv. 19.
famous play succsas,
-A Taylor streets, for four
a! prHoe matins Wednesday.
"Mother," with Katie Putnar
log the title role, will be see..
the first time In Portland at the
Kg Theatre tonight for a
and . one-matin ee engagement
Tin 1 mi ike forgery of a note
r 10.' i0, t'th la brought to the
vr&tlon of .'W mother of the boy
four-nlgvt who tonvA the tiote. In her a!lm
nesday is the matinee day.
To Portland the engagement of
"Mother" Is of more than passing In
terest, because of the presence ut
Jewel Power, who la a Portland girl,
having received her stage training
with the Daker Stock Company. Her
old friends know her aa Lou Powers.
Plus - that, the play'a author, Julea
F.ckert Ooodman, ball from here, as
the records of the High School, and
Academy will ahow. Mr. Goodman's
family still reside In the city. ,
In this play, Mr. Ooodman has
written a drama of gripping situations
Wed- toad r; h)v she forgive him, and
uice uwn. erflfrilie MftmeknH
d'tty of maktig good that amount.
Sue is satUtflsd to win blm back to
her arirj. and'. ben tur does, she
aay simply " fcv my .boy back
again." The fcly 4 fitll of langhter,
as well ss pathetic moment.' JVg the
sort of play that grow on you. s'nd
Its Imprensloa le anjadetthle one he
cause every scene is iiM in hu
man emotions and feellnr.
With Katie Putoam tne magln
name of two decadt- sgn rbere are
Marget Merrlam, Rebecca Keny, John
Dunton, George N. LearTi Nell Mor
an, Frederick Burt, In addition to our
and convincing climaxes. It la con- own Jewel Power.
Censtsbl and Hia Pietura.
- Constable, the eminent British paint
er, enre aat iu (be banaing committee
of tfie ttrltlMb Hoyt st-ademy wlien a
'small lnix1ae wax Drought i for
Judirmenl and iiroixiuixvd "rwfully
bad" by everyNd' but1 blniMelf He
rune snd aisde a snort and Htartllnx
speerb. "That pu-tur wsh palnied by
Die. I had a t.oMon lliut some of yon
didn't Uke my work, and this I a
pretty coovlming pr9f I am very
mu b obliged lo you." When hit rol
iVuguee recovered from tbelrsaiuiefsc.
tlon the bead rsrpentrr wss bidden to
bring back the pb-ture. But Constable
would not have It "Out It goesr be
A Turtle Raea. ' I
"One of the most rorlnna race f ever
saw." writes a .corrpoiidenf of the
London Tatter, "was on Mr Csri 17s
genheck's lawn at (lambiirg. Some
aevea or eleht children mountpd on the
backs of mrge turtles or tortoises rac
ed acrons the lawn. To give Impetti
to I heir itieer steeds moot of them
armed Iheui elves with cahbages.
which tbey lied to the end of sticks,
ever and anon dsns-ling them as tempt
ing morsels In frool t the tnnles. It
wss a srrsnge race and ixTiiiiInd some
time. Krery now and then a turtle
would grsxp a ! f mhhege and
then qnletly rat t lefore resunilng Its
Journey ' ' f '
Pavs for the MOItNINU KNTEKPRI8E a -wh.le -yoar--
By Mail thiring lUirgnin Period, now on;"vhich vhis
l)ocemlcr31, 1911. , -w.t-
rtjAf advantage of Am offer by paying for a renewal
-of your 8tibeHption at Itaryai Period ratr, and till
neighbors about thin
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SCENE FROM "WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAI IN FLOWER" AT THE BAKER THEATRE,
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"Wben-KnigMheo'w' in Flower."
An ' artraitoa hat should please
the tborwrcgocra of thls efty will com
to the Baker for sM next week- start
Ing with" Ittn ku;i1 mstlna. ' today.
vita Miss Ann tty, Vft eminent
Irl "h-America stia" fa -CeJstsllar
rle. The .cmnltg ( r' ia,l1 t0 on tna n10"1 torgeoiialy
"W bn Knlbgt:"4tv " ' equipped on tne road from, a scenic
the Paul Kester dramatisation of
Charles Major's romsnrs of chivalry,
Miss Day .will be seen In the role of
Mary "'mdor, the madcap Ellgllsh
princess, and will have the assist
snr of a suportlng cast of twenty
players. This season' production I
standpoint. Ther Is a splendid op
portunity to ti lavish with costume,
Lscenery, setting and properties, and
Mr, William K, Sparks has taken ad
vantage of this to give the play 'an
slabomte mounting. Remember the
popular Jtfsdnesdsy bargain matinee
as wl as tb matin Saturday.
Elect rle Hotel.
The followlna- are the KieetriA n-v.
E. M. Ellilredge, Portland; Jo Edd
Ings. Best tie, Wesh.; Jack Hughes,
Portland: R. C. Albertson. Umont;
ISL'Jn W,f- 'd ,W0 rtlMwB.
San Barnardino. Cal.; o. Hannon and
N .t 'oJ"r,k Ab,KU- B'n Tanclsco;
Not Srrlhner. F. F. Simmons. O. L
Jenkins, J.- U php(- Molall.rcr If.
Thoma'. MS'": ,J W.
Thomas w. R. McDonald; Jennie
0rn Sprlngneld, Or.; P. A Mao!
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