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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING, 'JANUARY 22, 1910.
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TONIGHT'S 4 AMUSEMENTS.
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"Betty ana tne uoy '
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-Orpheum ........... Vaudeville
Vantage .,,,.,. ........ . Vaudeville
Btar .................Moving Pictures
' Motonaaa Wo Blamed No blame la
. attached to the motorman of tho Mon
tavllla car that struck and killed Ruth
' Thornton Thuradajr morning- aa aha wai
going to school, according to testl
mony before the "coroner' jury yeater
day.' The accident was conaldered un
avoidable. Witnesses aald ' the 6 -year-
Proposition to Include Horticul
tural. Agricultural Interests
' in Fair Also Considered. -
m oiri ... .v,. ..;KirtMra fair next faU bs broadened to
... . . . " " I rnclud horticultural, agricultural
car, neither could the motorman aee
the girl until too late. The accident
.happened at East Twenty-eighth and
Davla atreet. The girl lived at (0
Kant, Twenty-eighth street
Xusoum of A rt -Sunday afternoon
the atudioa of the achool. will be open
to visitors, with a- few exam plea of re
cent claaa work on the walla. The new
term of the achool begins February 1,
but aome claaaea are too full to admit
further applicants. There are a till
aome of the pamphlet, "Ploturea for
School," at the office of the museum,
which will gladly be given to any one
Intereated la thla subject. J Regain
hour of the nraeean f to I 'week days;
. free Thnraday and Saturday afternoon
and Sunday from I to 6. .
"Gentleman Jim" Am Teeure A
ahort ketch, "Gentleman Jim," waa the
feature of a program given laat night
In the Young Men'a Christian associa
tion auditorium by the Clare Vaughan
Walea Concert and Comedy company.
Thla aketch waa given by Mr. Wale
and Harry T. Longstreet, and called
forth enthuslaatlo applauae. Mra. Wale
alao gave a number of reading, while
Mr. Longatreet' baritone aoloa and
Florence Adele Benson's aoprano aolo
were ail well received.
Death of Marios Tlk Marion Walter
Flak, eon- of Major Flak, formerly a
member of the United States army en
gineer corps and stationed at Portland,
died at hla home, (0 Twenty-aecond
atreet. north, yesterday morning. Fun
eral will be held from the family
residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Flsk waa well known here aa a mem
ber of the University club and an em
ploye of the Weatinghouae company.
He was a graduate of. Portland academy
and Cornell university.
Lecture on Anthzaonosa Professor
H. S. Jackson, professor of plant path
ology at Oregon Agricultural college,
will deliver an Illustrated address on
"Anthracnose" before the Portland
Apple Growers' association at the V. M.
C. A. auditorium tonight Thla lec
ture 1 one .of the best on the pro
gram for the association this year and
has been moved forward to allow for
the inability of E. H. Shepherd of Hood
River to attend!-the meeting.
Examination for Trained Boras An
nouncement of an examination for the
securing of eligible to the position of
trained nurse in any branch ' of the
government service is made by the Uni
ted States civil service commission to
day. The examination Is to be held
February 1, 1910. Applications ahould
be made to Z. A. Leigh of the post
office department here.
The Manufacturer association will
consider for a week a proposition mad
laat night ' by Manager Tom. Richard
aon of the Commercial olub, that the
original acheme of holding a nianufao
livestock Interests. Inasmuch as the
Manufacturers' association' waa - ap
parently removed from the center of
the stags by Mr. Richard on' plan.
the idea met with aome rather heated
The Commercial club'a manager stat
ed, however, that be had put the mat
ter before the other lntereata before
proposing It to the manufacturer and
that aU he had conferred with were
lnollned to believe the greater Portland
fair would be more representative of
the dignity and ' resource of the city,
and at the aame ttane be greater
advertising oard. To Chat van of Mr,
Richardson's remarks, which seemed to
Question Che fmanotal soooess of the
manufacturers' fair, .Colonel David
Dunne, a member of the association,
took exception. He assured Mr. Rich
ardson that every exhibition yet given
had been more than equal in proceeds
to Its expenses and that next fall'
fair held greater promise of financial
ucces than any preceding.
Jerome B. Qosaags and Dr. Thomp
son of Seattle, who are promoting
$1,000,000 corporation for the manufac
ture of flax, arranged to give an ex
hibit thla afternoon of the peculiar pro-
oee of treating flax, which Dr. Thomp
son originated. The promotera wish to
locate their plant in Portland, and have
enougn or me stocx suoscriDed Dy port-
land Dullness men so that the control
of the industry will be retained here
by the election of six Portland mem
ber on the , board of nine, directors.
The next meeting of the association
will be held Friday, January 28.
AT THE THEATRES
Justice Karri Couple Miss Oeral
dine Masonfleld and Walter Jerfferl'e
were married yesterday by Justice of
the Peace Olson. Jefferles was broueht
back from Ashland, where he had gonel
to visit his parents. The girl is 17
year old. and made a complaint against
him In municipal court. Judge Frank
b. Bennett or municipal court refused
to marry the couple.
Laat Time Marie Cahlll Tonight.
The attraction at the Bungalow the
atre tonight at 8:16 o'clock, will be the
last performance of the charming Amer
ican comedienne. Marie Cahlll. In her
latest musical play auccess, "The Boy
and Betty." She is supported by a bevy
or pretty chorua girls.
Sis Hopkins Tonight.
Tonight at the Baker the last per
formance of Rose Melville in the great
rural comedy "81 Hopkln," will be
given. Enjoying greater popularity than
ever, ''Sis" ha not played to an empty
eat all week.
'The Wolf Opens Tomorrow.
Eugene Walter' famous play of the
Canadian woods, "The Wolf," which
made such a hit at Jlelllg theatre last
season, will open at the Baker tomorrow
matinee for tha week. The cast is still
headed by Andrew Robson, and is pow
Judge Vorthup Will Preside. The an
nual banquet of Willamette lodge No.
2, A. F. A A. M., will bo held In the
Commercial club rooms Saturday even
ing, January 22. Judge H. H. Northup will
be toastmaster. Among the speakers
wlU"e Grand Master Norris R. Cox.
P. O. M.; W. T. Williamson. Judge
Robert O. Morrow. B. B. Beekman, A.
M. Knapp, W. S. Week and H. J. Boyd.
Dr. Chapman at people's Pornm At
the People's Forum, Allsky hall. Sun
day evening, nr. Chapman, the well
known writer and thinker, will explain
we proposed commission form of gov
ernment ror tne .state of Oregon. The
Progressive league, is back of this
movement. It Is a live issue. The first
eTun win te fired by the doctor.
Children's Matinee Today.
Because of the excellent program.
Pantages will have a special matinee
thla afternoon so the little folk of the
city will have an ample opportunity
to see Petroff's European Comedy Cir
cus, the most amusing and instructive
organizations Its kind ever presented.
Married Life, an Affinity, Other
Clever Situations Figure
. 7 In Musical Play.
Makes Noise Like a Bird.
Probst can make a noise like a bird,
or every kind of bird, and this he does
at every performance at the Orand.
Probst Is one of the hits on the cur
rent program, which closes with the
performance tomorrow. The headline
number is Reno's misfit army, which
lives up to the name.
jit. Cndllpp will preach at Grace
Methodist Episcopal church Sunday.
lopicsi Morning, "uur Star of Hope'
evening. "The Victorious Life." Quartet
morning and ' evening and large male
chorus In evening.. William M. Wilder
organist and choirmaster. Good sink
ing, i our are coraiauy invited to at
tend, pew are free.
The Casino, Portland's greatest dance
pavluion, has been enlarged to accom
modate hundreds of dancers; now has
the best hard maple floor on the Pacific
coast. . Music by full brass band.
Courteous attendants present. Come
and bring your friends. Opening of
great Casino tonight
"Ufa's Mystery," "Judgment by Char
acter" or "The Law of Karma as Ex
paining .the Mystery of Life" is the
subject of Dr. Davidson Buchanan's lec
ture ip the Selling-Hirsch hall Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Books on Life of Idaooln Books on
the life of Lincoln and recitations suit
able for Lincoln's birthday programs
may be found on a special shelf in the
west end of the circulating department
of the public library.
Baptise Tomorrow Wight. After the
evening services tomorrow night at
Second Baptist church, East Ankenv and
East Seventh streets, the ordinance of
Orpheum Has Fine Bill.
it is a dengntrui Mil all the way
through at the Orpheum this week.
There are only four more performances,
a matinee today and Sunday, tonight
and Sunday night Julius Steger in
'The Way to the Heart" and "The
Kountry Kids" In "Rose's Birthday" are
two of the big hits of the bill. Matinee
baptist will be observed.
Black Is the pastor.
Rev. H. F.
Investment Company Incorporated.
Percy J. Cllbborn, A. R. Wollenberg and
Charles J. Barnard have filed articles of
incorporation of the Land Investment
& Trust company, capital stock $100,000.
Handbag Awaiting Owner A woman's
silk handbag, containing a prayer book
and rosary, has been .found by the po
lice. On a fly leaf of the book Is
the name of Miss Elizabeth Shade.
PareweU Lecture Dr. J. Whltcomb
Brougher delivers his farewell lecture
next Wednesday, January 28, 8 p. m.,
Second. Baptist church, Seventh and East
f' ' -By El
Tha large and appreciative audience
which saw. Marl Cahlll In "The Boys
and Betty- last night at tha Bungalow
waa initiated into the mysteries of mar
ried life wltli a genius,' for this musical
play by George V. Hobart and Silvio
Heln has a well defined plot.
young American girl thoughtlessly
marries a temperamental musician -the
non-supporting kind who make fervent
love to every woman within range.
Betty's attempts to coax him Into the
ways tf respectable married - folk are
futile. He deserts her for an affinity.
She seeks relief In tha friendship of a
quartet of young chap, known a "the
boys" and opens a millinery shop in a
smart quarter of Pari, In order to pay
tha bills of ber strange habited spouse.
Betty has been overlooking hla ca
prices, but when he and his affinity
visit her on Chrkrtme eve and demand
moooy, she as arts herself and turns
them out Into the street. Her husband
marnies the affinity, thereby commit
ting bigamy, and Betty la left free to
marry a young newspaper reporter, who
has always been devoted to her.
This chameleon like arrangement or mu
sical comedy, soft pedal melodrama and
embryo problem play would have been
better expressed as "Betty and the Boy a.
for truly, Marie Cahlll, with her an
embracing smile, her rapid fire conver
sation and unuaual sense of humor l
the gem of the production, and to her
talents Is due whatever or succe may
come to tne piece, inoi mucn cnancs
sivnn her auDDort to shine, for Ml
Cahlll 1 a stickler for the potugnt
She I a player of strongly individual
Ixed mannerisms, and no matter what
part she may essay, she Is always tne
damn Mnrle Cahlll. and always a most
delightful and entertaining comedienne
Her good nature and wholcaomeness are
good to see. Even her supposea to oe
erloua scenes are funny.
The muslo Is unusually alluring, rne
Arab Love Song," sung by Miss tanni.
Is one of the prettiest alra, and is
worth a doxen encores, while "Whoop-
La." "No One Can Do It Like My uao,
and 'That's the Doctor. BUI, all maxe an
appeal to your whistling capacity. TJie
scenery Is picturesque and lavish, es
nooioliv th earden of a French villa
on the Seine, and Betty's shop In Paris.
The coRtumes are splendid, much trall-
ng satin, lovely chapeaus and glitter
ing accessories heightening tne Drn-
liance of the scenes. Miss Cahlll wear
tunnlnsr gowns and fascinating nais.
To see her blonde plumpness encased in
cerise creation topped wltn a e
hat with a score or nanaeome piumhb
Is worth the $2 admission.
The company Is adequate, nut rar
from brilliant. James B. Larson in me
comedy role of Rudolf, one of the boys,
does admirable work. He 'possesses a
lot of magnetism and Is the manipulator
of a smile that la wonaenui vo ueuuiu.
Miss Ann Mooney, as tne airinuy ana
!,. nt th Folio Hergere, nani-r.
olendldly. The long skirted chorus is'
modest, graceful, anu as comeiy s cau
be expected west of Chicago.
LARGE AUDIENCE WILL
GREET NOTED PIANIST
Enthusiasm grows for tne coming
Carreno concert at the Bungalow on
Wednesday night, under the direction
of Lois Steers-Wynn Coman.
Such Joyous melody and melting
nf tone as that which comes;
from Carreno' piano is heard only a
few tlmos in a lifetime. . The music of
her captivating strains move the heart
at win. from Drofound pathos, to wild
exuberant gayety, or to heights of trag
ic splendor. She is recognized today
as ranking with the greatest of all mas
The Springfield (Mass.) Union of No
vember 30 says: "Mme. Carreno made
her appearance in this city last night at
the Court theatre arter a long hotoh
and electrified her audience with the
wlzardy of her playing. Such delicacy
of touch, sach tonal perfection, such
brilliancy of technique and such inter
perative power Is given to but few."
Seat sale opens Monday morning.
EAST SIDE CLUBS
Plan Is to Reorganize Big Im
for New Work. ;
The United Bast Side Push clubs, the
big organisation which has been idle
most of this winter, is to be reorganised,
according to a. report made at ths meet
ing of the North Eaat Bide Improve
ment association last night Judge M.
G. Munly, president of ths North East
Bide club and of the, United East Side
Push club, announced at laat night's
meeting that a meeting of the clubs
would undoubtedly be held next week.
Lack of a proper place to meet has
handicapped the clubs all winter. Last
winter the clubs were the most Influen
tial in the city through their central
body. It la one of three central bodies,
the Peninsula Development league,' the
Seventh Ward league and the United
East Side Push clubs, which largely
govern the actions of the other cluba
Announcement was also made at laat
night's meeting that the litigations in
volving the proposed Broadway brldgeH
would come up in,tha circuit court Mon
day. V The attorneys for ths elub have
their1 cases prepared. '
E. VerSteg was appointed as a com
mittee of one to confer with the com
mittee similarly appointed from the
other clubs of the city to investigate
the advisability of the clubs taking the
Initiative In the matter of securing a
proper law regulating the laying o:
water mains. The committees are tr go
to work on this question next week and
expect to have some definite plan ready
to propose at the meeting of the United
East Side Push clubs.
Barlow Store Robbed.
(SmcUI DUiMtch to The JuaLt
Barlow. Or.. Jan. 21. Wurfel's store
was robbed Thursday night About $71
worth of canned goods, shoes, shirts.
etc were taken. There I no Clue to I
the Identity of the robber.
Br. Byott's Themes Doctor Dyott's
themes in the . First Congregational
church tomorrow: U a m., "The Other
Side"; 7:.45 p. m., "Can One Die Before
One's Time Comes."
Bookpile for Nye A 30 day rockpile
young man wno attempted to rob an
old man In a north end rooming house.
, Preaches twice Sunday at
THE WHITE TEMPLE
Twelfth and Taylor streets.
10:80 A. M.
"A LIFE IN THE
WILL Of GOD"
Solo, Mrs, Lulu Dahl Miller.
. ...v . ' 7:80 P.M. ..:-'V
"Tricks of the Devil"
ORGAN RECITAL ' BAPTISM
Gospel solo, Mrs. Lulu Dahl Miller.
JCxtra music, quartet and chorus.
SEATS AND STANDING BOOM .'
i ;v : :Vx : FREE V; -;t . - :
PrUe Uaqurade at Kinglets hall
Saturday. , Grand march at 10. Don't
miss It.,' Hefty's orchestra. Professor
Impressive Totals in the New
York Life's Annual Report.
Xhe New York Life Insurance com
nnnV is the first among the great In
surance companies to publish a state
ment of its business for 1909. bpfak-
Ing In round numbers, the company has
two thousand million dollars (12,002,
809,227) of insurances in force; assets
to the amount of six hundred millions
(1599,708,285); an income during tne
year of one nunarea minions vjui,
150,213), exclusive of Increase In book
value of ledger assets; it pam rirty
millions ($51,990,221) to policy holders;
and wrote new business to the amount
of one hundred and forty-six millions
($146,042,400). The company reduced its
expense rate on both new and old busi
ness. The New York is now the larg
est company of its kind In the world
and is doing the largest annual busi
ness. Nearly ail items enow an in
crease over those of 1908.
, Ladies Give Banquet.
(Stwlfll Dlopatob to ThR Journal.)
Roseburg, Or., Jan. 22. The ladies
auxiliary to the Roseburg Commercial
club eave a reception last night in
sentence has been given John Nye, a Lhonor Qf ' the 160 members of that club.
"Steamer Jessie Earklns, for Camas,
Washougal and way landings, dally ex
cept Sunday. Leaves Washington street
dock at 2 d. m.
Swl Watch Repairing C. Chrlsten
sen, Corbett bldg., 2d fir., take elevator.
W. A. Wle and associates,' . painless
dentists, Third and Washington.
Br. Kaynes, optician. Marquam bldg.
Portland to Seattle and Ta
ooma Sleeping Cars.
The Pullman Bleeping car for Seattle
and Tacoma on the Oregon & Washing
ton owl train, leaving Portland at 11:45
p. m., is at the disposal of passenger
after 9:30 p. m. This ear may be oc
cupied . until S . o'clock the following
morning, thus- enabling travelers to
obtain a-full night's sleep without ths
loss of an " hour.
Reservations and ttekets, city ticket
off toe, Third and Washington streets,,
or Union depot "- . '-
Journal want ads., bring results.
The reception was a notable affair and
was followed by a banquet, at which
Honorable O. P. Coshow acted aa toast
Although the club now has a member
ship of 150, persons, it is expected this
will be increased to at least 600 by the
end of the present year.
Journal want ads bring results.
The best Is the cheap- i
est no students. Ouri
methods safe and reli-'
able. We work for half;
the charge made by
other high . class den
t i a t s. Examination
free, extracting free, !
and painless. Come to- j
day, see us. sav
money. ' The BOSTOW :
DEWTISTS. 291V. Mor
rison, opposite Meier & Frank and post-:
office. Open evenings until 8 and Sun-1
day until 12:30 for people who work, i
: An attack of the grip la often followed
by a persistent cough, which to many
proves a great annoyance. . Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy has been exten
sively used and with good success for
the relief and cure of this cough. Many
cases have been cured after all other
remedies had failed. '-' io"
When-Choosing a Site for
i uture Jtlome.
Select One Where the Immediate Development of All Streets, Etc., Is Positive
Not Merely Promised. Street and Other Improvements Will Cost
You the same, No Matter Where your Property
Is Located, But if You Select v
The-Addition with Character
You Have Many Advantages From the Very Start This Property Is Located
in the Heart of the Best Residence District of the East Side Prop
erty Values Here Are Bound to Rise Very Quickly, for
Laurelhurst Has Advantages Today That Other Sec
tions Have Been Waiting for for Years.
Some of the Advantages of
The Rose C Park and Montavilla
cars run to ana through the property;
fifteen minutes from the heart of the
business and shopping district of Portland and you are at your home in Laurelhurst.
system, magnificent view, nine-foot parkways, cement walks, hand cluster lighted streets,
water, sewer, gas, electric lights, both telephones, etc.
The prices at which Laurelhurst lots are offered
and the easy terms on same place them within
reach of every man's purse. Call on us and let
us tell you how easy it is to own your home here.
LOTS $750UP10 Cash, 2 Monthly
Take cars to property or call at our office and
we will show you Laurelhurst in our autos. Deal
with us or with any of our authorized brokers
Charles K. Henry Co.
Wakefield, Fries & Co.
Geo. D. Schalk
H. P. Palmer-Jones Co.
Holmes & Menefee
Mall & Von Borst.
Markie & Rountree
R. P. Bryan & Co.
522-526 Corbett Bldg.
Phones: Main 1503. A-1515
There is no entertainer
like the Victor
Whether a few friends stop in, or you
Invite a whole house full of company, or
whether you are all alone in the evening;
the Victor is just the entertainer you need.
It brings to you the magnificent voices of the greatest
operatic stars, the stirring music of celebrated bands and
orchestras, the liveliest dance music, solos and duets on
Jrour favorite instrument, beautiful sacred music, the
atest song hits, minstrel shows the best entertainment
of every kind by the world's best talent.
Why not come in and hear, this wonderful musical
instrument ? Find out for yourself what a great enter
tainer it is. We'll gladly play any Victor music you
want to hear.
You cjn get s Victor (of at little a $10. Other stylet from $17.30
to $250. Eaty termt if deiired.
STORE. OPLN TONIGHT
WHITE WHITTLE SET.
Sunday Miss Roberts in "Gloria."
I t A ( P MaTnafjBM
1 9 r l 14 1 Oeo. n. Baksi
V M 1
LAST TIMR TONIGHT.
In her Everlasting Rural Comedy 8ucces
Prices Z5c. 60c. 76c. tl.OO. "Tha Vf"
is oominff next week, opening- tomorrow
'Jt Conservative Custodian.'
PAYS ' '
4 Per Cent.
For the convenience of
its customers on Satur
day evenings from 6 to 8
114 Second St.
Cor. Washington, Port
1 -' "I i '
l" ' ' 1 It
K .i 1 iiinl i-miinn mm fltMM
DR. N. J. FULTON
lath to Harriiim
Phones: Main 117 and "A" 4224.
LAST TIME TONIGHT. 8:15.
In the Musical Flay Success,
"The Boys and Betty"
Evenings $2 to 76c
434 CLAY STREET
In looking over Dr. Fulton's cor
respondence of soms years back, w
came across the following letters which
seem to us of such vital Interest that
ws have concluded to publish them. .
in the hope that soms poor sufferer
will read them and be . benefited u
these people have betn.
Following are the letters:
."April 4. 10J.
"I waa stricken with rheumatism I :
suffered agony; tried many physicians
who gave me remedies that afforded
no relief, but created stomach trouble:
Went to St. Lout for treatment and .'
still no relief. Finally I waa advised
to ee Dr. Fulton, was treated by her
four weeks and now am well.".
From a prominent muslo teacher of
St. Louis, Mo.
"May l. 190S.
"I was ootsoned and Daralveia fol
lowed. I waa entirely helpless: my
limbs were useless. I had tried doc-.
tors here and a specialist in Omaha,
without beneficial results. In despair
I consulted Dr. Fulton and am now
perfectly restored to my former health
and strength. I consider that Dr. Ful-
I ton has lifted ma from ths grave."
The above letters ars from . well
known people, and with many other.
are on file in .Doctor Fulton's office.'
These cases came to the Doctor soma
years ago and at ths time were con- -
sidered wonderful cures. 8o they were at
that time,' but as ths years have passed
Dr. Fulton has advanced in her pro
fession, till today she is making ever
more wonderful cures and those In on
third of the time it formerly took!
If you are tired, languid, generally
run down, or, addicted to tne use of
liquor, drugs or any habit whlchis
reducing your vitality, call during of
fice hours or write or telephone and
the Doctor will gladly furnish further
information and testimonial of tha
wonderful cures she has made in Port
8 TO U AJTD 1 TO 5 ' . ;
Other hours by appointment
Office Cor. 12th & Clay Sts.
Diagonally Across From Old Of flea
Midway between 13th 8t and Aft
PHOirzs HAiar raas, A-siax
Sixth and Morrison, Opposite Postoffice
Wholesale and Retail VICTOR
f HAT. BTEBT DAI
Oat at ton naotila
een have their plt
22k tola r fwwlai
Rolir Cram. 5.C3
EoumI Flttluc 10 J
Good Rubber . .
tut ii Hub- rm
JAW. 17 V 1 nCAJ KE
Headline, Julias Stager and his oompa
ny, presenting "The Way to tha Heart"
n nut aiuuMt wna
miamtt suamntmd row 1M vuss
Palnlnaa KxtnctioB I'M whea, Dleteeorbridre weHl
bordered. Oonmlutlon Free. Jfoe otinol act btt
Balninw work Aon ujwlitn, juivurkniuriiur.
anteed. aiodeneleeUioeaalpnenW Best netUode.
Wise Dental Ca!
HnuWAH.Sn. PORTLAND, OREGON
emosxoras: a. m. . mu assasniltei
Weejt Commencing Monday Matinee,
FETBOrr'B SUJtOPEAir COatXOT
Kilmer, Taylos at Wilson, Clotilda ft
Montrosa, Etuoit west, Tha Jonas
William Co., Mill ft Plyna.
Al Fremont ft Oo.
"Ytrm Biff Scream"
and "Tha Odd Lot"
OEOBOE B. BSJTO
"Tha Misfit Army"
Matinee every day, 2:30; any eat 15c,
Evening performances, 7:30. :16; bal
cony 16c: lower floor, 25c; box seats, 60c.
Emerald ft Dnproa
- Frad Bauer
- - , - -' - ' . t .:
YTnltad States and Forelgs ' CZtf-al rt
Proenrod, Defended and t 3U1U
l-ACU-XO COAST FATEITT AQIECY. tBt
Atooktosw cal. .
Second term will open Tuesday, Feb
The academy fits boys and flrls for
stern and Western colleges.
Certificate of the school accepted at
imh.nt. Williams. Cornell.- Bmlttl.
Woman's College of Baltimore,, and the
colleges and universities of ths Pacific
. Beginning classes in February in
Roman history, civics,, penmanship and
bookkeeping, algebra, soUd geometry,
trigonometry, with field practice in aur
v The academy trtcludrs a thorough prl.
mary and grammar school. -
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