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MORNING ENTERPRISE," SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1912
At the Portland Theatres
LAST CAR LEAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MID23IGET
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MOTHER IS DEAD
Mrs. J. W. Hartman, mother of Mrs.
Theodore Osmund, of this city, died
Friday nighfat the Good Samaritan
Hospital in Portland, after an illness
of several weeks of typhoid fever.
Mrs. Hartman was well known in Ore
gon City, having been a frequent vis
itor to the home of her daughter. The
funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Mon
day afternoon at the Holman Under
taking Establishment in Portland, and
the interment will be in Greenwood
Cemetery. Rev. T. F. Bowen will of
ficiate. Mrs. Hartman is survived by
her daughter, Mrs. Osmund and a son,
George Hartman, of Portland. Her
husband died several years ago. She
was beloved by all her acquaintances
and was a woman of fine accomplishments.
Charity is a universal duty which
it is in every man's power some
times to practice, since every de
gree of assisUnce given to another
upon proper motives is an act of
charity, and there is scarcely any
man in such t state of imbecility as
that he may not, on some occa
sions, benefit his neighbor. Johnson.
In America, it is stated, is used the
thermometer of Fahrenheit, a German;
i In Russia that of Leslie, an English
j man; in France that of Celsius, a
! Swede, and in Germany they use that
of Reaumur, a Frenchman.
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THE MUSICAL COMEDY, "LOUISIANA LOU" AT HEILIG THEATRE,
August 8,9. 10. The big musical comedy success, "Louisiana Lou," with
Barney Bernard, Sophie Tucker and the La Salle Oper House Company
of Chicago, will be the attraction at the Heilig Theatre, Seventh and
Taylor streets, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 8, 9, 10. Matinee
Seventh and Taylor
Phones Main 1 and A-1122
4 Nights beginning Sunday, Aug 4.
Bargain Price Matinees
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
The Favorite Actress
Supported by a Splendid Company,
Headed by SYDNEY AYRES
In the Romantic Comedy
"The Awakening of Hel
Popular prices Evening: 75, 50, 35,
23. Both matiness 25.
j Seats now selling for all performances
AT HEILIG THEATRE
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Aug. 8,
9, and 10
Mr. Harry Askin presents
The La Salle Opera House Company
of Chicago in the Brilliant Musical
Sophia Tucker and the Original Cast
Prices: Both Evenings and Satur
day matinee Lower Floor $1.50. Bal
cony, $1, 75, 50,. Gallery -50.
Seat sale opens Tuesday, Aug. 6.
NOTE: Miss Countiss will resume
her summer engagement Sunday,
August 11, when she will present
the comedy, "The Girl with the
Cathrine Countiss is having a bril
liant summer season, attracting big
and enthusiastic audiences at the Hei
lig, Corner of Seventh and Taylor
streets, the theatre with the cold stor
age ventilating plant, which makes
play-ging a delight, no matter how
warm it is outside. She has combin
ed a high class company, headed by
Sydney Ayres. The plays are capital
and they are staged and gowned mag
nificently, quite up to the standard of
visiting road attractions, and better
than some of them that bear the New
"The Awakening of Helena Richie"
in which Miss Countiess starred sea
son before last, succeeding Margaret
Anglin, is to be given for four nights
commencing today, and at two bar
gain matiness on Tuesday and Wed
nesday. The special matinee on Tuer
day has been added because of the
enormous popularity among women
gained by Margaret Deland's famous
story, and because Miss Countiss has
generously given up the last half of
her week to the touring musical com
edy, "Lousiaiana Lou."
There is a romantic blend of come
dy and sentiment in "The Awakening
of Helena Richie," depicting life in
a quaint Pennsylvania village in the
picturesque period of the early 60's.
Helena Richie is a young woman who
has suffered great in justice and has
grown frivolous and earless. It is her
overwhelming love for a little adopted
boy that awakens her. Miss Countiss
has gained her greatest artistic suc
cess in this fascinating play.
Miss Countiss, for her fifth week,
commencing Sunday, August 11th, will
give a revival of Clyde Fitch's bril
liant and vivacious comedy, "The Girl
With the Green Eyes."
Seventh and Taylor Streets, Phones Main 1, A1122
Tuesday and Wednesday
o the enormous demand
any seat 25 cents
SUN. AUG. 4
Extra Mat. Tuesday
The Actress that All Portland Loves
Supported by SYDNEY AYRES and
the Entire High-Class Company
The Famous Human Nature Book
Play of Comedy and Sentiment
The Awakening of Helena Richie
In Which Miss Countiss Succeeded
Sunday, Aug. II, Miss Cathrine Countis Engagement Resumes
In tho C nmolv hot
snaps and sparkles The Girl With the Green Eyes
-EVENINGS, 75c, 50c, 35c, 25c. Both Matinees, Any Seat 25c.
THE WEEK TO
San Francisco received with marked
favor the La Salle Opera House pro
duction of "Lousiana Lou" which is
announced for the Heilig Theatre,
August 8, 9, 10, with a matinee Satur
day. It is one of the most captivat
ing performances from a musical
standpoint, and one of the most en
joyable by reason of its' comedy ele
ment, offered here in a long time. The
principal role has been entrusted in a
great measure to San Francisco s old
favorite, Barney Bernard, who as Lid
offski oqers a strikingly good bit of
character work, as well as musical
comedy diversion. He has a couple of
big song hits and his stories are im
mensely funny. Sophie Tucker has
come back to the Coast even a great
er favorite than when she left here.
She is now one of the most artistic
musical comedy comediennes of the
day, and much of the success of "Lon
isianna Lou" is due to her efforts.
She has a great song number in each
act, and encore after encore greet her
rendition of "The Puritan Prance" in
the last act. Bessie De Voie, Helena
Salinger, Harry Halon, Robert O'Con
ner, Mortimer Weldon, Eleanor Hen
ry, Lester Crawford and the others,
are all capable people who have been
well cast In this lively musical come
dy. The stage effects, costumes and
orchestral work could not be improved
Seventh and Taylor Sts.,
Phones Main 1, A-1122
Thursday, Aug. 8
p (Mr. Harry Askin, Managing Director)
Makes known in this city its all-season, 356 performances,
Written by Addison Burkhardt and Frederick Donaghey, music by
Ben M. Jerome
ORIGINAL COMPANY AND PRODUCTION
Harry Hanlon, Helena Sallinger, Robert O'Conner, Bessie De Voie,
Lester Crawford, Eleanor Henry, Mortimer Weldon, George T. Ser-rels.
PRICES: Both Evening and Saturday Matinee: Lower Floor, $1.50;
Balcony, $1.00, 75c, 50c Gallery, 50c.
SEAT SALE OPENS NEXT TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 10 a. m.
AMONG THE CHURCHES
First Baptist Church Dr. W. T. Milli
kin, pastor. Bible school at 10," H. E.
Cross, Superintendent. Morning
worship at 11. Sermon topic:
"The Apostolic Salutation." Anthem
"Trust in the Lord" (Banks.) C. E.
at the close - of. the Park Service.
This church unites with its sister
organizations in the Union Seven
o'clock service in the Seventh
Street Park. Dr. Ford will preach
Sunday evening and we all look for
Catholic Corner Water and Tenth
streets, Rev. A. Hillebrand, pastor,
- residence 912 Water; Low Mass 8
a. m., with sermon; High Mass
10:30 a. m.; afternoon service at 4;
Mass every morning at 8
First Congregational church George
Nelson Edwards Pastor, 716 Center
street, Telephone 395.' Morning
worship at 10:30. Mrs. Eva Emery
Dye will speak on "Early Missions
in the Northwest." Union services
in park in the evening.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Ninth and Center streets. Services
Sunday 10:45, Sunday school immed
iately following service; Wednes
day evening meeting at 8. Topic,
German Evangelical Corner Eighth
and Madison streets, Rev. F. Wiev
esiek pastor; residence 713 Madi
son; Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.,
Mountain View Union on Moialla Ave
nue (Congregational.) Sunday
school at 3 p. m., Mrs. A. S. Martin
superintendent. Bible study Thurs
day afternoon at 2 : 30. Prayer meet
ing Friday evenings at 7:30. Preach
Morning service at 11; evening ser
vice at 8.
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Corner Seventh and Main streets.
"The Church of the Cordial Wel
come," T. B. Ford, Minister, resi
dence 602, Eleventh and John Ad
ams streets, house phone Main 96,
office phone, Main 99. Service as
follows Sunday: 9:45, Sunday
. school, H. C. Tozier, superintendent
10:45. Dr. Ford will preach at the
union services in Seventh Street
Park in the evening.
First Presbyterian Church Rev. J. R.
Landsborough, pastor. Sabbath
school at 10 o'clock, Mrs. W. C.
Green, Superintendent. Morning
worship at 11 o'clock. Subject:
"Knowledge of the Scripture." All
are urged to attend. the union serv
ice at 7 o'clock in the Park.
Parkplace Congregational Rev. C. L.
Jones pastor, residence Clackamas;
Christan endeavor Thursday even
ing 7:30. Sunday school 10, Emery
French superintendant; preaching
services each Sunday, alternating
between 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church
C. W. Robinson rector. Holy
Communion at 8 o'clock Sunday,
and Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Holy Communion and morning pray
er and sermon at 11 o'clock. Even
ing prayer and service at 7:30
Willamette M. E. Church Regular
preaching at 2 p. m., Sunday school
3:15 p. m., Mrs. Fromong superin-'
Zion's Evangelical Lutheran Church
Sunday school 9:30 a. m., Mr. Dav
id Bottenmiller superintendent.
Sunday service 10:30 a. m. Luther
League 7 p. m. Evening service at
7:45 p. m. Rev. W. R. Kraxberger.
Church of the United Brethren In
Christ Sabbath school at 10 a. m.,
F. E. Parker superintendent. Preach
ing at 1100 a m. Rev. F. Clack pas
tor.. Christian endeavor at 7 p. m.,
Alice Boylan president.
Christian Church, Gladstone Sunday
School at 10 a. m., J. M. Sievers,
superintendent. Preaching at 11 by
G. Everette Baker, of Portland Jun
ior Endeavor at 3 p. m. C. E. 6:45
Preaching by pastor at 7:45 p. m.
German Lutheran Church, Shubel
Sunday, Aug. 4, Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m. German service at 10:
30 a. m. Subject of the sermon:
"The Prodigal Son." All those un
derstanding German are urged to
be present. Rev. H. Mau, pastor.
Electric Table Lamps
And Electric Appliances
Of Every Description
Will Help Solve the
Let Us Show You.
The Portland Railway Light &
Carry a fall line at their local office on
MAIN STREET in the BEAVER BLDG.
DANCE IS BIG SUCCESS
About 100 couples enjoyed the dance
given by H. Wheeler Saturday night
in Busch's hall. The Falls City or
chestra furnished the music and the
band was forced to answer many en
chores. The floor committee was com
posed of H. Wheeler, Ralph Green and
W. F. Schooley.
Mrs. Starkweather Entertains
Mrs. Eliza Starkweather entertain
ed a number of her pioneer friends at
lunchean Thursday at her home in
Concord. Those present were Mrs.
Nancy Engle, Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas
Mrs. Margaret Engle and Mrs. Lizzie
Trullinger, all of Moialla, where Mrs.
Starkweather lived in her younger
days. The day was spent in reviving
old memories. Mrs. Starkweather is
in her eighty-second year.
"HUT IN HG" IS
NEW GAHE OF BOYS
CHICAGO, Aug. 3 Boys living in
the vicinity of Garfield Park have or
ganized a club known as the "Garfield
Mooses." The name was taken after
one of the group had planned a new
game known as "hat in the ring."
The game is played around a cir
cle about ten feet in diameter. Seven
or eight of the lads toss their hats
into the ring and then one designated
as the "Bull Moose" holds a baseball
with a watchful eye on the other play
ers. It is his part in the game to
touch any boy who attempts to get
his own hat out of the ring.
When the "bull moose" succeeds in
touching one of the boys in this way
the lad caught is "it," and a new game
COLUMBIA FIRE COMPANY
CHANGES MEETING NIGHT
. Hereafter, Columbia Hook and Lad
der Company, No. 1, will meet on the
second Thursday of each month, in
stead of the first Friday, as hereto
fore. The first meeting under the
new order will be held the second
Thursday of September.
BOY SENT TO HOME
Einer Ellefson, thirteen years of age
was declared incorrigible by County
Judge Beatie and sent to the Boys'
and Girls' Aid Society.
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