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    THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNINO, JUNE ; X 1907.
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. THEATRICAL WEEK III METROPOLIS
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KW YORK, Jan l.-New York Is
acrase over . grand opera not
the New York that plume itself
In the '"diamond horseahoe" at
the Metropolitan or raves -over
Calve at th Manhattan, but the New
York Of the eaat aide and the Harlem.
Right now on the verge of 1og days,
when the regular Broadway aeaeon la
giving up the ghost and they are paint
ing new foliage on the "root gardens
there are two theatres running grand
opera, and another that will probably
stay open all eummer. '.
These companiea are playing at popu
lar prices and packing the houses with
thousanda of people, many of whom
saver before got any nearer to grand
opera than a barrel organ. Out" at the
west end In Harlenn this week "Car
men" in English Is being done; at the
People's : theatre on the Bowery Isaac
Abramaon, who bopea to become the
Hammerstetn of the east side, launched
his enterprise with "II Trovitore'
few nights ago and made such a hit
that he declares that h will give a
seaaon of. grand opera, if he' has to
build a theatre to do so. A thirl com'
pany of Italian artists will make their
debut at the Acaaemy or music wun a
repertoire. tha is expected to , nave , a
long run."'.'.
This thirst for grand opera Is inter
esting and significant to those whose
fforts are directed toward the musical
education of the masses 'and they hall
It as a sure sign- eX "popular artistic ad
vancement. "r- V -.i. t-y , -:
Oscar Hammeratein is responsible
more than anyone else for the new
awakening. When' he conceived the
ea of. starting an oppoaluon to 'the
MetronolitAn he ' based his . ohanoes - of
uoceae upon a long and close observa
tion of the audiences of his vaudeville
theatres. He found that operetta acts
on the vaudeville bills made immediate
and emphatic hits. , . , . ' .
problems would hardly b4 proper in
family , newapaper. "The Hypocrite"
has power and vital Interest and these
questions earrlel it through to success.
Besides, it Is a picture of a phase of
English middle class life which Jones
painted in uncompromising colors. It
must have made the Britishers squirm
in London, but it tickled the Americans
here to , whom its characters are fa
miliar,, YY.Y
Marlowe and Sothern Separate. (
One of the Interesting pieces of news
that drifted over from London was the
announcement that the Joint starring of
j una Mariowe and . H. Sothern will
end with their English tour and that
they will be featured separately next
season in this country. When Lee
Bhubert was asked about the report he
said that nothing had been settled yet.
It' is understood, however, that the
novelties of . headline proportions for ' rumor is correct and that alias Marlowe
He learned by ' careful study of
vaudeville patrons, that the bigger part
of them bad little or no knowledge of
grand opera snd h then decided to give
them a fair sprinkling of grand opera
in his vaudeville performances and
later the 'encouragement he received in
this venture prompted him to open the
Manhattan opera house. . And now the
shrewd lesser managers are following
in his footsteps. - In these .day a
"Chlmmle Fadden" is taking his "Belle
of Avenue A" to hear "RlgoJetto" and
"TrovatorV Instead "of ,' the "White
Slaves' and you are more likely to hear
"La Donna Noblle" . or the "Miserere"
whistle on the Bowery than "Waiting
at tha Churoh.MY ..,.,,
Klaw and Erlang era Campaign. ( v j
Mara Klaw Is on his way home from
Europe, where he has been gathering in
use ; In the advanced vaudeville cam
paign which Klaw A Erlanger and their
allies expect to have running in , full
blast next season. Klaw s prise pack'
age, however, is a new play by Henry
Arthur Jones, .which the managers say
is the boldest thing Jones has ever
done. . -v- Y.Y Yi'Y,-1
It involves religious and social que
tions and has a powerful love theme
besides. The play IS called "The Gall
leans' tVlctoryY in four acta. " The
aoeses are In England and the central
figure is a Christian preacher who re
forms a woman and works out other
intricate , problem Enough is con
veyed in the announcement . that this
new play Is Jones' Vboldest effort" to
make New Yorkers sit' up and take
notice, for "The Hypocrites,': by the
same author, which has been running
her all season, went pretty far in its
exposition of a delicate family situation.
wmi .a' detailed discussion of its
will appear . at the head of her own
company in the fall in a repertoire of
Hhakespeareaa plays., . n
' Mr. Sothern is to be seen in several
ciassio productions, as usual the gos
sips have been busy over the announce
ment and hunting a cause, for the
Bothern-Marlowe alliance has generally
oeen considered a happy one front
managerial standpoint All in All their
London engagement was a success and
the honors went chiefly to Miss Mar
lowe. . who , in addition to her - artistic
achievements ' was received with open
arms and widely feted by the best Lon
don society.'
'. Bom of the whisperers of the Rial to
hint that this might have stirred up
Jealousy enough between the stars to
make twinkling on the same stage un
bearable, but Bhubert saya that the plan
for them to star individually was prac
tically agreed upon even if they made
a nit abroad.
ATTHEPLAY
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(Continued from Pag Forty-eight)
Barren Vender... Mr, James A. Gleason
Postman.... ........ .Mr. Lynton Athey
Bouillon. ........... ..Mr. Lynton Atl y
Desires, a maid ....... Miss Ethel Jones
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concluding performances of the dainty from the standpoint of a curloaitv
comedy-drama "Polly Primrose," which! seeker but from a historical point of
I X.":... 7i. "L " " view. Th instruments of tortur that
tltlsl Ml mnA Armm m a tatias VI
of work. Bale of seats now open for now 10 cau, even to
next weeki thty may b. ordered by at tbva- ? '
telephone. .. The long street of concessionaries'
v w . 1 - I attractions has not been completed, but
. . . . i vx iu bwim wui oe occupied mis
,-VVKtUl KUSSia " at tUO Star. - , week. Today the marvelous "Spray of
T)arkest Russia" wiU be th attrae- W1" D.op?ne1. t0. tM Public It
tlon thia week at tha stu thes.tr. " wonaenui electrical extra vagansa,
T?" hleplcUng scenes and tableaux of eUb-
starring vehicle for many years.
HeUig.
The following criticism from the Den
ver Times of April t, '07, concerning)
Lew Dockstadera minstrels, which come
to the Helllg theatre, June 1 and li,
will ba of Interest to Portland theatre
goera.
Hermann.'
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Russia has always been - a nrollf to .:: .vX 7", m
field for the dramatist There Is luit.lXzE 5
urrtlon.- by Tolstoy-and "Ivan, the L Kf.v.LLlfl
Terrible." used by - Mansfield, but
"uarxeat Russia" la. considered by au-
will be Introduced for that purpose from
time to time, and there will be enter-
"B. R. O." signs at both matlne and thoritlea. as coming nearer to the heart I"."-!!"" a"9 w,u
night perfor lances with the weather of exlsUng conditions in th tend of 1 tor every one,
the strength of the Lew Docketader pUy. Th crulty of th aristocrats STuEK AS A SONG BIRD
Lew Dockstader. with bis mlatlt evening assassination of officials Is amply ex- 80 -l0 Of Law In Montana Joke
clothes, his whiney speech and his ao-l posed in 'Darkest Russia." That Rua-1 .. . ,', nt t-i.i.
centrio songs that opened th week at aian officers and noblemen do not hesl- .; v' m sTWawure.
the Tabor. - . m ppiy . uie cruei nc on me i. m Montana th. stork is bv law
"Dockstader lives up to his Teputa- bacxs Of women and glrla, as well as of classed among-th singing birda This
tion for originality .with his newspaper
Shop locale for his monologue. Stepping
into the shoes of an imaginary editor
of an imaginary Denver paper affords
hlra th opportunity for a number of
local quips and. ternary references, most
of which ,tak wall.'.'' ' i -''
"The first part is muaically ,alr. but
to those who expect a number of lively
Jests it Is somewhat dull, Jo Natus,
a male soprano, whose voioe Is un
usually clear, sings an old song, "Keep
on the Sunny Bide," satisfactorily, but
the beat ballad singer is Gus Reed,
basao prof undo, with his pleasing 'The
Pledge of the Golden Brew." Lock
stader's appearance is ' heralded . with
mmn, snown le su reaaera ot news-1 la tha niult.of i nir .,..,4 w..
papers. Buch a1 scene is one' of th ledalator in which tha hnia l.-.li..
thriung climaxes found in "Darkest I tur toinad. .' ':
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!?p!!.tl.h" '0"?? Ah "" amendment The hocse resolved itself
into committee of the; whole for th.
consiaerei en of th amendments.
Th committee eras about . to arise
and report progress, when a Lewis
and Clark representative saw an
opportunity to spring a Joke at the ex
pense or a Cascade county colleague
common people to revolt and which has
forced them to prganlse th douma.
Ail the horrors tof Russia v have a
searchlight thrown -on them-In th at
traction this week at th 8tar theatre.
'1th this bill the company will add
four new people, Raymond Whittaker,
Uirnrn , Pitt. i:narla ' Cnnnnra and
Lillian C yield, all well known locally, I mMad Stork. To mak it more effee
as they have played her with th Bea-I1. P" w and Informed the
man atocK organisation at tne Empire, i piwoauvt or nis pur
Wedded, but No Wife" wUl be th pose inw juc an amendment in-
. .... -.1 A. Iki. . a .....j. I cArW tha atrtrlr In tha mmtMtuI .1...
a great fanfare of trumpets in the first I , v ,1.. Jr that la tA maka it . ni., ,ul
, V. a. , laa I """W Will V aaiB4 1U UISUIVCS v I " v mm v a wawvavs Vi IliW
Harry More, interlocutor, soon descends
to the uninteresting. - "The boss" sings
some good parodies at the close however.
"A short dancing turn and another
burlesque, called th "Hot Air Bub
way," complete th olio. . C R C"
rtortttith aid
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7Sf, 50. . Seat Sale Opens Friday, June 7, at Theatre.
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SATURDAY MATINEE JUilli 0, 1,0
thla dramatisation of th popular love I law to kill, a stork at any season of
atorv of Bertha M. Clav. Seats are now I tne year,
on sale at the box offio for "Darkest f Not seeing the joke, the ' Cascade
Russia." ...... ' : I eounty member assented to the amend'
, ment. which was duly offered, to the
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4 .v.. O..-J "k siurs m inciuaea in IM
THWfUK m smgingnbirdclaas and therefore en-
a .... .... ... n v. viii nt I titled to proteotlon from SDortamen and
Otia Skinner in "The Duel" at Heilifir.l viii. viiih tha maniHmmt , if tha I their shotguns. The Cascade county
T.a ow Grand offers this week. The first per- v-h" maiia me aaopuon or
7" Z r farmanee of the new brosranr- a tarts oeoianng mai ne
" 'j, I w - n. mjh;.. i. aJtnougnt it a splendid sten.
present his latest romantic drama suo- . 1 Then another mmhr mm w.i.na
cess "Tha Duel." at the Helllar theatre, comedy act which set New York laugh-f. mml8r Vm Helena,
cess, me uuti, ai in Heiug ineaire, winter It is "When Caesar lawyer, made a somewhat extended
Monday and Tuesday nights. June 10 Ln sneach ltw aunnort f tha .m-m.
and 11. The advance seat sal,-will B0" ?r- . Jfldinisrfni-liiT.h
ooen next Friday morning. June 7. at onara ma wco.raAna.r- r.J-v: : J m "7" , ' !
th. ho . th- mil fh-.tr- vknr. eon. The act is a mixture or minn Jrf, .n" "". "i
- , . 9 1 u.v m i .v.. wt im mwHiiaui doim. ana n. aaa.rtiui
sou ' meiuui wuiuu win ,n mi. i . - ' ,
weather period to a nioety. (? ' ' ,,,,rT T m . it snouia
- i-tL - nr.iui.-. rL-i-.H.M i. -AMaii i mj sua. uicaiia ui nrniflcisa aininii ina
The Prince and the Pauper" at the .ketch which win amuse both canitai-H'"Iunt ' the.ruei hunters.- still
. 1 1... .-a i.k... .n t, i. ni.v. , nuinr nn memDsr arose to sec
Baker. ' Harry Booker and company and has m.ot!on and told of the visits
. .......I -.. I AV rn tAi U In .aa.(- a -
Next wee Marx Twain s aengntrui been a . laughing hit from the time I "" v" aoae
play, "The Prince and th Pauper," it, left 7 th east until It struck th co"niy' .. J
will be th bill at the Baker theatre. Pacific coast Everyone knowe what! " urn tn cascade eounty rep
It has never been presented ln " Port- U walking delegate 1. and realises the "aenUtlv realised that a Joke waa be-
iand and wiy unaouoteaiy d one or comedy possibilities of such a.charac - uUruIWi mwco
the most popular attracUons of the sea-jter on the stage. This is the special J n. ;rma" ';that b flight pro-
son. - : - v- laAda attraction of tha hUL . I J' cnn was aeai to
teenth snd Washington streets.
a- dosen
favor of
' "Sina of the Father" at the Lyric
The 'nlav will be oresented bv' Ollla I - Miiia and MeTiauiiv ara hlank-faAal " atreaties until half
Coonar. erobablv the arreateat child ao-iaina-ara Mil duieera. who add ,a bit epeocljes had been made in
traaa In Am-rlniL " anil Oeorrl. Wnn4. I 4nbln. Aliir,,-hw. am nt varlatlnnl 1 ta adoption. : '.
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V xnorpa, lornwnr oaiug -uppon wun i xn ' uurxes, jonn i ana iao, nave a . - -" . ,, ' u
rr'ljrrtrenc Roberta,., It will be seen here clever comedy skit, which is reported h became especially bitter in his re-
for one week.. . . la- a hit in other ciUea. Qever Con- P1""" wlcn caused nia colleagues to
V r h ker la the stage-name of a Juggling "J"" we mor oeiermineo to put
monologlst who has a reputation fori""" uirougn, wmcn was
delivering roods. This wiU be discomfiture of the Cas
JFor th fifth week of its successful first appearance in this city, and. if caT "Psenwuvs. ; :
mtinncnt at the Lvrlo theatre, the h. la half aa rood as hia nress notices ' iM 0111 " amenaea was recommend.
nnnniir Allen atock eomnanv haa select- .i. ha la. then tha -, natrons of the ed for passage and passed on third
ed a melodrama of the better sort that Grand wlU b well satisfied. I - , . rlnft .dspit-vMr. Stork's speech In
has pleased in, all the large cities of Mile. CanUreull is an operatic soloist protest, and it went to the senate. Here
the eaat. Th play U "Sins of th who lives up tathe name and will ren- tf,, ,.MrVT,, .m.de.? fttempt to
ir.th.r.' It h. orlsrlnal nlot and coun- rfar a number of selections of merlL WU .-th bill With the objectionable
...nlnf Mnotli , altnntlnna that ara I .,T.. IHA Tit-rtm" 4a th. (Unotratod anna-1 amendment t,
Inain.1 ant thrlUlna-. and an abundance f TTr-rt-rllr Rnherta. and "The Stolen ' went to the governor, as did Mr,
of lan fnn. ' Ipiir la th. funnv atorv of the Grandi- Stork, but the governor was as obdu
. "Sins of the rather' .will open to scope.
morrow evening ana run tor on ween,
with the usual matinees, Tuesday, I the last performances t the current
Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Every bill, which Includes grand opera seleo-
detall of the proaucuon wilt be tne tions In French, a magician, comedians
same as in the original production in and other entertainers.
New ' Tork. i The drama has, been- ex- . '-1t'", ie ' Y.
ceptionally well cast, and all therfavor- c ' .tt rt Th. n.V
It players of the company will be Succesafnl Opening Of The Oaka.
seen to advantage. ' 'Portland people have ahown that they
prefer a park with lemonade and plain
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TUN, 7th jfjf
PRICES BOTH EVENINGS AND MATINEE
Lower Floor, $2.00, $1.50; Balcony, $1.50, $1.00, 75c; Gallery, 50c;
Boxes, $12.50.
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Commencing ; Sunday Matinee, Today, June i i
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A screaming fare In three acts adapted from the French. On of th
brightest, cleverest conceptions ever staged. Fun, clean , and witty,
music and, merriment. "Always leave them laughing, when you say
goodbye Stag under personal direction of Mr. Arthur . Macklejr. ' .
'.. -Cattavs Saturday. Brentnt; ptieawi aso, 8o, so. , Matinee, ISo, u. I
' Next attraction: SUrtlng Sunday, matinee, June , little OIXIE
COOPER, on of th greateat child actresses in the world, supported by ;
a seleot company la Mark Twain's beautiful play, "THE PRINCE AND
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LAST TWO performances:
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THE CAST WILL INCLUDE
MISS MARGARET PITT
MR. CHARLES CONNERS
MI88 LILIAN C FIELD
MISS MINNIE GERSCHEL
MR, CHAS. C BVRNISON
MR. RAYMOND WHITTAKER
MISS EUNICE MURDOCK
JMR; SIDNEY DIAMOND
MR. WILLIAM DIEL ; '
MR. C BARNHARD
PRODUCED UNDER THE PERSONAL
DIRECTION OF FRANK D'CAMP. ,
Statu Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at too. prices
IS ana 80 Casts. Bvery Zvenlng at SdS. Prioe 10, so and 30 Cents.
Wtck of June 1 0 "BELLE OF glCHMON D"
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JWt 3d, 1907
, BY CHARLES LECOCQ. H
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Filled to the brim and overflowing with wholesome comedy and beautlfulB
melodies. . Q
bxats srow sxzxzara at vmm box omen.
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fled the stork with the singing bird
class. So the law still stands.
The building industry of Berlin and
rate as the two houses had been- and I vteinltv la ..riouslv effect ,bv th.
This afternoon and evening , wll be j tnereaiter trie Montana statutes classl-l lockout of Jt 20.000 bricklayers and ma.
sons which : recently went into effect.
The cause of lockout la the men's de
mand for an eight-hour day. The men,
it is said, have funds . amounting to
three-quarters of a million dollars and
are well prepared for a long fight
Among those who will be seen in
NO LIQUOR
IN THE PARK
"Sins of the Father," are Miss Verna Bun Run to one of the beer garden
jeiton, Marie xnompson, unariott ann variety with all sorts of vigorous drinks.
OPEN 10 a. m.
to 11 p. m.
A OlUt SXW OF iU STAB
, ACTS, SGBABS9 Y -Th
Favorite Eastern Comedians
Jamesand Sadie
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Richard Anderson
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"Mile. Manhattan"
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"WHEN CEASER CS HER
A UZAX, COMEDY TBSAT.
. SPECXAli A9SE9 FIATV-US
Harry Booker Co.
p-VBsxarTrsTG "tm waxhtc
MILUR & McCAULEY ,
Black Face Singers, Talkers and
'rl Dancera
John HIE BURKES Ma
' In. a Clever Comedy Skit '
CLEVER C0NKCY .
Juggling Monologuist -
MLLE. CANIAREIIL
' Operatic Soloiat '
FREDERICK ROBERTS
"Dear Old Dixie,.
GRANDA5C0PE
Th Stolen Pig."
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Prices Matinees, slot Including Sundays, 10 Cent to AU Beats
Boxes. Bveaiags and Sundays, 10 ana SO and Box Seats SO Cents.
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Seating fc Murphy, Prop.
Phon MAln 83 Mom A-lOaS.
dorff. SorreSt Seabury, Irving Kennedy, rt .hnwd what, it felt bv the remark-
Ralph Belmont, Harrr Blanchard, Char. 1 ,ble attendanc at the Oak during th
les Ann ana m. n. uuageon.. , , first three days of the big Dark this
-nure li
Isn't a line in "Sins of the j season.
ther" that will hurt - anyone. It is
big, clean melodrama that teaches a
The Oaks was opened on Thursday
and the. Immense throngs on that and
THE ROSE CITY'S FAMOUS 'PLEASURE PARK
Bowling Alleys Mile-a-Minute Figure Eight Six-Lap Mile Roller Kink, 25,000 square feet of skating .sur
face New Scenes in the Old Mill Giant Whirl Free Swings and Hlde-and-Seek House for Children
Chutes Downtown prices at the Restaurant which will aoon announce the finest Table d'Hote Dinner
in Town Animal Show.
pointed moral and abound In truths. I following day expressed Portland's ver
dict in plain terms. The crowds were
almost double the else of those during j
the corresponding period last season.
The big hit at the park so far is
Schllsoni's Imperial Hungarian Hus
sars, a band composed of 0 youthful
musicians. Which Is receiving a daily j
ovation. So frequent and enthuslastle
are . the - encores . that the . band play
almost continually from 8 o'clock in th
evening until closing time. Critics and
indeed the , public are unanimous in
pronouncing It th best band for park
purposes that has ever ..been heard in
this city. , " v .;-
Conspicuous among ih attraction Is
the strange old Chinese, vessel . Whang- j
Ho, that was used for years by the j
ceiesuai .empire in xnaaing pirates.
Great crowds are, visiting this Strang
This afternoon and evening are th
BASEBALL
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' Com Taugaa and Twenty-fourth.
May 28, 29, 30, 31 ; June 1, 2.
Oakland vs. Portland
Gam called at S:80 p. m. dally..
.. .. Qaraes called at S:S0 p. m. Sundaya, -1
' f 1VABZXS' BAT PBZBAT.
- ADMISSION 254
AMKAatana1 JKe. Children ionlcraft dally, for it contains many things
Concerts Today by the Hungarian Hassan
L MATnrBa, s O'ciocx.
March, The diplomat .......... .Sousa
Walts, Blue Danube...... ......Strauss
UvBrture, . Poet and Peasant. .... .Suppe
By th Suwanee River. . ...Myddleton
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Selection, A Wedding Day. .. ..Reckling -
Th Jap' a Tattoo. ......... .Laurendean
Masurka. , Sweetheart. . . ..... . .Kamialt
.Kng Cotton March.. .Sousa
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March, Seoond . Regiment Connecticut, .
................. . ......... . Reeve
Walt The'ArUsfs Life....... Strauss
Overture, Nebuchadneszar. Verdi
Grand selection from Faust... .Gounod ,
if - . Intermission. '
Coronation March. from Th Prophet.
Meyerbeer --Th
Capture of Santiago. , . . . . .Peters
Intermesso. Cinderella, ......... .Powell
American patrol..,. ... ....... Meacham ,
Spray of Life
Most mystifying, beautiful,
inspiring spectacle ever seen
on the Pacific coast, ' Cost
$5,0(XX
FEATURE
Of thej Avenue open tonight
Come out with the children '
.land enjoy tha flowers, the
music and the lights. "
Cars First and Alder. . ;
Boats Foot of Yamhill
Whang-H6.
Historically authentic display
of war curios. An instructive
exhibit Ministers of the city
are coming out to. see it
Animal Show I
Pleases many.
The Chutes
Faster than ever.'. 11 ,
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WEEK OF JUNE 3
P. R. ALLEN PRESENTS
Miss Verna Pelton
FIFTH
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And the Allen Stock Company in the Prominent Melo
Dramatic Success
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Matinee Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Prices
10c and 20c Every evening at 8:15 o'clock. Price 10c, Z?z
Jand 30cJ; Reserved seats may be ordered by tj!:;!.cr.?
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