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'THE" OREGON DAILY " JOURNAL, PORTLAND, ftlUDAY EVENING,: OCT
17, IS 13.
TG AVOIDCONGESTION '
OUT ROUTE. FOR LINE
Council Hears Protest Against
Portland & Oregon City E
R. Co,'s Application. ; "
Asking that the Portland & -.Oregon
City Uectrlu ltallway company ? be
liarred from operating passenger ears
on Stark street If Or franchise is-granted
- and agitating the revoking of the fran
chise of the United Railways on, that
street, a delegation of hotel men, busi
ness ni?n and others, together "with"
committee from the Elks club appeared
.before the city eounctr thpt- ;mor njng. ; ;
It was contended by the Speakers .that
Stark street is almost Impassable owing
.to its narrowness and the size of the
curs operated by the United Hallways,
, .and -that to grant a franchise to another
company would prove a serious detrl
. ,tnent to business along the atreefc" ; '!
2 M. O. ilunly, appearing for the new
company. - stated that it was not ' the
purpose of the company to work hard
ships oh anyone, but that it seems to
- him as thnagjra, well defined movement
'is under way to keep His company from
coming Into the city. He further stated
.'that his company has gone over all
suitable routes and has decided on Stark
treet a one of the most suitable, as a
r. portion of the route on the west side.
5 Those Hnesklnv inlmt tha rnntinv
r of. the franchise stated their opposition1
' to allowinar anv intnrurhiin un tn h L
' operated within the. district bounded by
ourtn, Tfenth, Salmon J and ? Flanders
streets. It -waa stated that there is
: movement under way to have the ears
y and tracks of the United Railway en
i tlrely removed from Stark street. '
The delegates stated they were not-op-posed
to the new company, coming into
the city but they i thought the cars
, should be routed down Fourth street to
i 1-landers to Tenth then te Salmon street
and not allowed .within the congested
. aistrtct- Finally, acting on the sugges.
; is ion or Judge Munly, jMayor Albee asked
a that, the company- representatives and
those opposed to the granting of the
; franchise on Stark street hold a con
jerence ana aeeiae among' tnemseivea a
suitable route on the west side of the
nver. v-;- wt-w ;:ir;.
Among those who spoke against the
granting of the franchise on the street
. ywere uay Lombard . Phil Jdetscban Jr.,
JT J T vi ..1., . , . '
k m. v. j-j.ibwh, ' ueorge neuy ; jr.: (jr.
nueeier. j, ituou, j.. JFinley.repr
resenting the Elks club, and others. '
City Takes Action Against Southern
. - 'HlPwlflc'. Company.
' t K the Southern Pacific' railroaocbm
;Pany does not file bonda within tftve
, daya protecting tthe city, against dapj-
j j ages and other bonds to cover the as
5 sessment chargeable against the com
f panr for the; Improvement of Holsate
street, from East Eighteenth to i:t
I Twenty-fourth, the Oregon Independent
j Paving company win be ordered to go
5 ahead with the aVeet paving and the
fcost will be assessed against the com
1 pany. . ,v , ,s ...t,.
j On September 16, the company stated
J.that a bond would be filed immediately
and that work would soon be (started on
f viaducjt,on 4lolga.te.t,rcet..wvv:.
, .31 AY. AVOID GOLVQ TO COURT .
Council Defers Definite. Action in
Teru-illiger Boulevard Ca,e.
; Final action on. the ordinance .author
izing Mayor Albee to atar.t condemna
tion proceedings for. the,, acquiring, of
property owned by; A. lu and vj.4 C.
Veasie, at the head of Tetwilllger boule
vard at Sixth and Sheridan streets,
should the city's price of ,111,009 be. re
fused, was this morning . deferred by
. the .city .council, ii. h,4 P;i k
' The measure Was given its flrat'and
second readings. The ' owners have
asked for 115.000, although B. C Slgler,
- former -county assessor, appraised ;tha
property at f 11,000. Mr. Bigler also ap
praised the Frlta Strobel property,; ad
joining the Veaasie land, ,. j ,
CHILDREN TO USE STRKLTS 1
, Streeta abutting school property .used
' on recreation places for the children are
to be closed to traffic during certain
hours of the day,' if the plan of the city
council is carried out. . Gates or cables
are to be. stretched across the streets
and are to he let down only when the
streets are not In use by the children.
It will be impossible to. hold - the
first public city budget hearing next
Monday, according to C A. Blgelow,
commissioner of finance and head of
'the budget committee, today. The bud.
get committee will not have completed
.its work by that time, and it wilt be
impossible, it is said, to hold the hearing
' before Monday, October i7. ... !- ,
The ; budget committee meeting last
niht chopped about. 123,000 from - the
budget of the expenses of the depart
ment of public works for 1914 and are
; holding in abeyance , the matter of an
additional 1122,000. It is known that at
least two members of the budget com
, tnittee : are opposed, on the grounds of
economy, to allowing this amount f
Included in the amount is the estimat
ed .cost of many ' new improvements,
auoh as cutting down curbs at street
, intersections, eliminating dangerous
, corners, , and others. , -
' The committee allowed 128.000 for the
' repair of defective streets' and 138,000
1 for the maintenance of bridges and
( highways, i v ' .
EX-COUNTY CLERK MAY
; ' FACE TRIAL WEDNESDAY
' ' " ' -.'ft - r u
1 Frank B. FleltlB. ex-county clerk, "will
faoe trial lor failure to account for 118.
! 000 of county money when he turned
. his office over, to County Clerk Coffnv
t before rriwult? Judge Kavanaugh next!
j "Vednesday unless unforeseen delays In!
, terfte. The charge against Mr. Fields
. involves money; deposited In ths Amer-
K an Bank Trust eompany at the tiraB''
. that lnstitutlontfailed,;-'-?:;ifi5i;:j1d
-j.! figlNCREASE OVERI1012;
Clearings of, the. lodaf fcanks ' or: the :
four buelness.days lot tlu current webk:
nhow an Increase of 25 per cent over the
' mme rod one year ago. The figures -
BUDGET COMMITTEE : ;
MAKES ANOTHER CUT
in uKiwu are: jia, l3.es,7ll.Tlj '191,
. I0,137.30.T; iiraln, $2.527.090 74. Ths
increase Is tino of the largest reported
in several weeks.:., - ,:
- . ALASKA BUSED
Committee , to i See Shippers
14 and Ascertain 'Extent otY
- ' Trade in -North.- Cv
..."Further: Plans for ' the proposed .es
tablishment of a steamship line' between
PnrtlAnA and Alaska, were discussed tip
day at a luncheon at the Commercial'
club. . Representatives of Alaskan sal
mon papklng concerns were present and
the-prospects for securing contracts for
the haul were gone lnto-a't length. v:;''U
.The project has been quietly agitated
for several ' months, i. following previous
efforts on. the part of the Chamber , of
Commerce. i Officials of'.'tne--. chamber
now feci that the proposition', has gone
so( far a that Buccesssis almost: assured,
the final signing; of .compacts and. ar
rangements .for r-shlps-belns;- the.-only
matter now to be adjusted. '"i
"At a luncheon' heldiyesterday.:-AVC-Q,
MoPherson was chosen elialrman'Of the
special Alaskan iateamBhlp . committee.
A committee aleo .was selected to .'call
on ehlppers who may have .business for
the north 'and ascertain the probable ex
tent of the trade,4; ';.";VA'i ."',;."- v:ii
t Jf the project goes, through satisf eo,
tqrily, the ship -i will make their jflrat
sailings from -Portland to Alaska with
the opening of navigation next spring.
The Dodge steamers St. Helens and
Northland . are said to be among those
figured on for the northern chartering,
with: such others as may be needed as
the volume of business growa. ;, ;?;;., ? ;
. ' (Speelal te The Journal. ' 1 "l
Aberdeen. Wash., Oct. 11. Through a
wild rumor based op not a single thread
of fact the launch Bonlta of Westport,
owned by Tom .McGulre.v and with Mc
Ouire's two sons on board,' was reported
lost, en route from the Hoh river ; to
tins port.' .. ' . -h-- -
Tho report declared that S. W, Hubble,
the harbor but declined, deciding to come
aroot, aaw the vessel leave, As a matter
Of fact, Hubble is still at the Hoh and
did not leave there. The Bonlta tailed
from the Hoh Wednesday afternoon at
I o'clock reached this Bar the same
evening, laid off all. night and moored
at Westport, ' after an uneventful trip,
at 10 o'olock yesterday morning." r t .,'!
The whole yarn was evidently ;
dream. t l ,
IS, WITNESS AGAINST
HER MOTHER IN CASE
(Continued From tage One.)
had believed that -the child adopted by
the Katona, . now dead, had been pois
oned. ' 1 I ,''..-.
1 heard mother say said Dorothy,
that she did not believe the baby was
the only one suffering from poison. She
BoweoVme marks on her arm and shoul
der and said she' believed poison bad
been administered to her in hypodermio
Injections. . .. The marksvlooked, to. me like
The girl told of the supper eaten on
March 6. She and the admiral had tea
but Mrs.' Eaton did not. They also, had
roast pork and the admiral left the table
ill. She was sent to bed Immediately
after supper, she said, and the next day
when she came home from school found
the admiral unconscious. , .
Her mother told her not to attend to
him, as she had done that. -.She was
sent to bed early that night, too, her
mother sleeping with her and locking the
door. Her grandmother roused her, say
ing the admiral had fallen to the floor.
Boon afterwards he .died. She said her.
mother kept moaning "What , shall ws
do?",, , ' i , ,v ;
.Mrs. Eaton appeared on the verge of a
breakdown .; throughout - her daughter's
. "Father was a. very heavy drinker,
but mother never drank anything' Dor
othy testified. "Mother said she moved
to Asslnnlppl' Just to see if the change
wouldn't benefit - the . admiral's health
f Often I heard mother accuse him of
using drugs. She said she feared he
might poison somebody when he was in
that condition.- Except when the - ad
miral was under the influence of lictuor
or drugs he and mother' were most af
fectionate. On the night of father's' last
Illness, mother Just cried and cried and
" Dorothy denied that she aver saw Ad
mlral K&ton show fear of her mother.
PETITION MADE FOR -V;
Circuit J udge Cleeton yesterday .took ,
up ine nearing or .ttie. petition or Thomas
a. Kelly for the removal of Frank a.
Kelly, as admlniStraf pr.Of the estate of
Pavid U Kelly, a wealthy timber .man ,
who died in 1810. -The petition charges
mismanagement of the estate, unneces
sary delays and that ths administrator,?
as an individual, has an adverse claim
for approximately one-half of the estate,
which he as administrator, must- con
test, thus making him occupy the posi
tion of plaintiff and defendant at .the
same time. 1
Mrs. Mabel Kelly'r the widow, was
joint administratrix but withdrew when
paid $30,000 In cash for f her claim
against the estate. Several Astoria
firms, chafing at delays in securing pay
ment of claims, have also started uro.
ceedlngs for the removal of the admin- 41
istrator. . The case was adjourned on
account Of the illness of Frank O. Kelly
until he is able to appear. -
HOUSE AGREES TO PASS
THE MILLSL0UGH BILL'
(Waahtncton Bursas ot Ttu JoornaLt
Washington. Oct. 17. RctreFnta.tlva
Hawley has secured unanimous consent
for I he pa&age of the Chamberlain bill,
permitting Marshfleld to fin la " Mill
slough. . - J ,
STORY OF BONITA'S
tV'.l, 't 1 v '( 1 ' it . r J r '
' Great Ounce lor Those' Starting '
';; 1 1 Housekeeping ' s v e '
63 FIFTH ST., COR." PINE
1 'i ,
ACCUSES WOMAN OF I
FRAMING CASE UPON :
; JEW, MENDEL BEIL1S
Man.', Who 'Found -Lad's Body
. ; Sas Vera Cheberyak " Is
.. batistying Her Malice. '
(United ProM teased Wlre. "
i ; Omaha, , Neb., Oct. : 17.--That
Cheberyak. 'framed'!; the; case against
Mendel Bell is. on trial at Kief f, , Rtis
sla,1: charged ; with , tniurdorlng i : 18-year-old:
Andrei Muschinuky In connection
with an alleged Jewish ' religious cere
mony, ws . the opinion expressed today
by Julius Chorney, a Russian Jew who
recently made bis home here. .,' ' v
: Vera Cheberyak did- not Ilka Bellis.
Chroney said, and, realizing ? that she
could at the same time gratify. her own
malic and ingratiate ..herself with an
official ilass which ; Is. bitterly antl
jewlsh,, .he believed she tnanufactureit
all the evidence the government has
been ahle to bring against the accused.
The woman Is. of. bad character, was
herselfLmenUoned; byjeveral detectives
who investigated: the case as the head
of a. criminal gaog which the deteatlves
aid they suspected of killing the boy
and was witness for the prosecution
at Bellis. trtal."v!.. ,v:-, Ui.'-frMlV
That she was concerned in ther kill
lng, however, Chorney aald ha 'did not
think likely. His view was that the
boy was stain by some of his own rela-
UVC. , ,.1 ' ) .' ', : ;). .V.J..-.!
t Resolution Scores"' Russla.;;p'
' Washington, Obt.Vl T. Scoring; Russia
tor its treatment of the Jews, Congress,
man Sabath .of - Illinois Introduced In
the houae today' a resolution placing
congress on record as disbelieving the
charges of ritual murder." such as the
one on which Mendel Bellis is on trial
at Kleff, and providing, that the czar be
notified to that effect. .y '
Encouraged by the unprecedented sua.
cess of the three night schools already
in operation, the school board meeting
...... 1 1. . . . . . . . .. .
mot iiism. auvnonsea, ine irameaiats
opening of , three mors night schools.
The new schools will be opened at Ar
leta, Lents and at the Jeffeyson high
sonooi, prooaDiy next Monday night
Sessions will be held Mondays, Wednes.
days . and .Fridays., ;: :v i; '..' -a:..':)
- A plan of Superintendent Alderman
for the creation of an advisory council
composed of three principals, three high
school .teachers, and two grade teachers
to be selected by 'the teachers' organize.
tlon was. approved, and the request of
J. J3. 'Werleln, representing the v-Oregon
Higher: Education league, that' the last
Friday of this month be set aside as
"University day" was postponed -for fur
ther consideration. - (
WILKINS REFUSES TO :-
. .. TALK AB0UJ HAMMER
A continued search by : pe.tec.Uves
Helryer and . 'TichenoV for the small
iron hammer,' that , is- .known ,to -have
been . m the. 'office of 1 L. winters
Just before IJoyd II. Wllklns broke
into it, and on the night that Win
ters was killed, strengthens the. the-'
ory that it was with this hammer that
Winters was hit on the bead.
: .Wilkins, : when asked-, about ' the ham
mer, refused to affirm or deny the sus
picions . of the detectives, and still
maintains his attitude jln refusing to
talk to the officials. 4. ,
. The detectives are thoroughly sat
isfied that the story "Wllklns told about
having ! a companion- whom he calls
"Jack" is a fabrication, and that Wll
klns was alone when be struck the
blow, that ended Winters' life, v
The funeral of Winters was conduct
ed yesterday by the -Masons , at the
- Children's rarude Oiens Fair.
(Special to The Journal.) ,
Astoria. Or., Oct. 17. Over 25f0
school children marched in the paraJ
today, which marked the openlnsr Of the
Clatsop county -second annual Juvenile
industrial ' fair.
Every .school In the city and practi
cally every one from the rural districts
was represented and formed one of the
most attractive, features ever sees ill
Astoria. . Floats, banners and handsome
costumes added to the suoces of the
T SCHOOLS OPENED
THE HOT EL
I-amihes and single gentlemen can makjs very attractive
rates for the Winter. American or European plan ,
7 For the commercial traveler, the"lIotel Multnomah off era
the very beat and largest sample rooms in America. - , ,
THE ARCADIAN GARDEN
. Merchants' SOc lunch, 11:30
ladies as well a gentlemen. '
THE HOTEL MULTNOMAH ORCHESTRA
. 'i; Herman S. Heller, Director ' . . '
. TURKISH WEEK V .
, ' , , Commencing October 13 ' ' r
" ; " ALUSTON and TRUCCO ' -i -".V -1
Staircase Waljz Whirling Texas Tommy Dance ';
THETQUR MASQUERIA SISTERS- ,': ' ,r
' '" ' x Singing and Dancing 1 . '. .
MISS NELLS." Soprano '-r,-
MISS BARDA; Harpist. ' ".';
MISS O'NEILi'Sopfano '
Beautiful Girls, Handsome Goivnj, Tretty Sdnga and Dances,
During Lunch", Dinner and after theTheatre
. H. C BOWERS. Manager. V
, ..- LOUIS REYNOLDS, "Assistant Manager. '
PURCHASE MfIT OF
Departments : Give Assurance;
. : v ' J'l . ' ll-l ! fll .... . .. 1
Muaiior v.jviaKes oiaiemeni
Defending . Position." ; .
'o more will the purchasing depart
ment of Multnomah county be ignored
by. county officials. County Commis
eloner Holman yesterday received as
surances that all departments wbuld co
operate with him in making. the depart,
ment a - success. The department was
installed - last June, by Commissions! s
Holman and Hart over the objection of
Commissioner dlghtner..v: . . V?- ." ,,...
All county warrants : payable '.; last
Wednesday were held op by Commis
sioner. Holman for several days because
of the fact that several items had been
purchased without the , sanction of the
department Later he signed the claim
sheet after crossing off several of these
.claims. :,".. ! V . ::'vf ,. 3 : y'Vv,:-' t.
County Auditor Martint. from i whose
office three of . these claims . rejected
were purchased, was quoted as being
opposed to the department, but has- de
nied the, opposition, t ; This morning he
made the following statement:
... . - Says'llmereTency Szisted,
.. ''It has always been my policy to
work for . the best interests of those
who elected mo as auditor, and I have
always heartily indorsed anything , that
is for the best Interests of Multnoman
county. I am not opposed to any -system
of accounting whereby the county
of Multnomah Is gainer, and 1 feel
that the people are entitled to facts,
and hot misstatements, in reference to
any transaction. . :,::.- ...
"Now, with, reference ' to the pur
chase of supplies without requisitions,
and which Mr. Holman claims shall
go through the purchasing department.!
these articles .were -purchased for " the j
reason tnat an emergency, existed and
the goods were needed for Immediate
use. I had no "idea of ignoring his
purchasing agent However, it is en
tirely Inconsistent for any department
to buy . Its supplies, have them dellr.
ere, and then .cover them with a
requiplUon. '.:;:.-.'!'- i"'i.;'.,-:i - - -"As
to the receipts for the sheriffs
office, the statute gives me full au
thority to purchase receipts for money
receiveq or .spent by any county of
ficial, the duplicates of Which are filed I
in myrornce dally, and I give -below
a copy , of an opinion rendered by the
district attorney to this effect: 1 "
Claim Auditor Has Authority. .
'"U. B," Martin: I beg to ftdvlss you
that it is my opinion that you. as
county auditor, havs a legal right, and
therefor , the necessary authority, to
purchase, suitable forms of receipts for
distribution to ths corjnty officers. The
language of the statuteso far as Is
necessary to quote the same 1 in . con-
nection with this question, is as fol
lows:' : '-'v-'. : v.",-!-- .' ' '--:
' "Ths county auditor ? shall nave
prepared suitable forms of receipts.
and from time to time he shall de
liver to the treasurer and ; to. every
officer authorized by law to charge a
tee, as" many official receipts
as may be required, charging suclv. of
ficer with them."
v 'The , language.' of ; this statute Is
sufficiently broad to authorise the pur
chase of the receipts (in question. ..
. "The printing and kupplles of .this of.
flee do not amount to a great deal, for
the year 1912 amounting to only S193.41,
end for. the first nine months of 1913.
$123.62., outside of, my semi-annual re
port..: -'I ' , K ' . " '
, Denies Savbur Is Made. ,
"Mr. Holman makes the statement,
through , the morning press, that . 'they
are now buying groceries for the county
THE distinctive flavor
of Haselwood Candy
ts entirely . due to the
use of the finest mate-,
rials and making it
fresh every day. If It
the best. ,
Confectionery ' and
Restaurant ' . ,
Very attractive for
1 . " .
for 20 per tent tle?is tlmn they were
being bought for four months ago, and
which statement is as "far fetched' as a
great many statements ho is trying to
make the taxpayers hp' -veas if the
auditor's office wouia . ...tit JlJIi that
are quoted 80 per cent uiove .market
price. 'I. am under. 2o,ooo bonds, the
premium on which I puy out of my own
''In substantiation of my' statement
that Mr. Holman, through his purchas
ing agent is not savins the county 20
per cent - on -tha purcliiHe of groceries,
I will be pleased, at all times, to show
! ...A. mm.lt-U. t. t .
f the TrRnt
year with the bids Isuued a few months
ago. ,. - , ' ti
l. samuel entertains
- : . .with-talKtOn -.city
" ' ''"'',; r ' r,.:.Y: ".' ;i"
; L. SamueV general manager of the
pregonblfe Insurance- company, 1 enter
tained "the; realty men at luncheon'
day a t the Commercial, , club wjth a . lb
minute talk . on the . early : history of
Portland, dealing espe:lally ' With .5 the
period when Ben' Holladaytwas known
as the king of Oregon., :k ; .
I.: ,Q. ' .Davidson, th veteran realty
broker."-who 'was a . nnntnmnnrnrv a.ni
close friend of Mr. Samuel in the early
days of Portland, ! presided . at today's
luncheon 'of the realty board.;;, j,.
I--1- . L ILl I 1 11 1
Let Your Lunekeon B
Pleasant Hoixr of Rest
' ' "' ' , ' ! ' f ' t " t K
" ' s 1 ' t 1 H I t
.Drop the hurry of j business forget the..
; thousand and one annoyances of a business - '
Take' your lunch hereamid pleasing sur
roundingsin company with the business ' ,
friends , whom you wish to have think well ;
of you.' " , - 1 .
Listen to lively popular music or your fav-1,"
,orite classic, played by the German Hussars
Orchestra. - A , - - , I
Make : a . habit of coming here youll soon '
know the days on which your favorite dish -is
a specialty. 1 , . v '
- I,'- Theo Kruse, Mgr. , :
Morgan .Building Broadway and. Washington;
r Q . . . . ' .- 1 . uQ Kn
p , t '. 1 1 , 1 1 O v-
: ... r1 1 .. '- I
S flwaw) ii.HfM.tu juwua
Lower fl'r 20c
Box seats 30c
. Reserved in
, Marshall 880
1 iimmiHJ- , m-tHffltlf
; The , People's .TheatreNhas the contract for the exclusive 'pro
ductionof all "Famous Player" film productions. You and
your family will enjoy every minute of. this great performance. :
Note the schedule of shows. . With the inauguration of our new
policy; shows will be run promptly as. stated. , " . ' ' '
COMINGSunday, October 26th '
, MISS MARY PICKFORD
' . David Belasco's Young and Successful Star in
. UIN THE BISHOP'S CARRIAGE" ,
ELLIS COiu.SES HE
KILLED l.E IHIlDTEL
" (Dnltrd Pres Icnswl Wlre.l '
"Chicago, Oct 17. AVllliam Ellis, mem
ber of a wealthy Cincinnati family, con
fessed ttil$ afternoon at a coroner's in
quest here that he killed his wife in the
Hotel Sherman - yesterday by ' slashing
her throat, and then attempted tp end
Yes!" he screamed. "I killed her!' I
almost cut her head from her body.: My
Ood! It was awful. I am sorry I
didn't die, too." ' ,
Kills- killed kls- wlf e - a nd then - tele
phoned to a friend that a terrible trag
edy had occurred in their room. Then
he shot himself In the temple, but the
bullet did not touch a vital spot.
Ellis told the police yesterday that his
wife had, slashed her own. throat after
they, had entered into a suicide pact.
The couple arrived here .earlier in the
week, coming from Cincinnati to cele
brate their tenth1 wedding anniversary.
. Ellis' confession came when the coro.
ner asKea.ii no naa anything to say
-He Jumped to his feet quickly and faced
the crowd. "' . . . -V-'1- f
'aentlemen.' h said, ''I shot m'x wife
We inaugurate a new era' in. motion picture drama7,vitli
America's Favorite Actress in . -"'
(- 1 a,' matchless "six-act-. Photo- , "
" ' " - dramatic conception of - , 1 ' p'; V '
"fess of the D'Urbervilles"
cut lior thi'diil.
,-. blie hud ilis!-oWil h ml y
Sue wua aflucp wlicn 1 t.11
- 'I tltm't know whv I ancusc her of
fMlmiwy with 01 her men.' tin, was Uiw
hibt, sNeet..'st and moot virtuous woman
I ever knew.",.. .,. ...
(rAfter. his confuSMlon ' Ellis ' calmly
took his seat and smoked 'a- oiar.. . The
police took charge of the confessed mur
derer. , -
Ourtsin Bin , t and t F. K. ",' ."
HT7I "1 i THEATRE -V .V
111 1 JLs 1 VJt lUb sud il.orrtin
. Phones Usut 1 and A-1123.
TONIGHT, at 8
8poil Frio Jlstine tomorrow '
WILLIAM FAVERSHA "
Fresenti Hts Own Epeotaoular Frod.
u . Siukkenpeurs'i ereat riay, - .
With following 8Urs, , ;.
William ' ravetsham. '5 '(' .V.C
v , Kisi Oonstanos Collier. ' ,
:' Mr, R, D. HsoLma
" ' " 110 Feopls Bpoeial Orchestra. . 1
: Iyainf Low Floor, ' l.0O, l.oO. V
' BsleoBy, 100, 7o, 0e. , m
Ssturdsy ' Mt in 11,60, tl.00. 7e. "
Mail Orders w ':;;''." :'s:"j.;
Boa Offio Bale Opens Todsy 1 T'
la ,8hakspre's Comedies-' ' ,;
Monday ViglV9etosr 0.f-iR;'
Tuoidty ' MlrhtMtino . Wsdnesdsy. '
"AS YOU LIKE IT"
ydndy High, Oct. Sg
"THE TAMING OF THE SHREW"
"Krenlngs Lower ' flor 2, 1 Jk); baloiny
1, 7Bc, 60v. Wednewtar uiitlaee 1.60, 1,
16ei;;60c , ' ' t s f f .'
HAXM . A-6369. ;
Qo. L.. Bskor, Mr.
: Home ot tbt Popular Baker Flayers.. Tonight,
lU ersek. ; Mutlnee tumonow. Pnul Ainitromr'
..." . . ; famous rrimloal tilajr j '.
" "THS DEEP FURPLEJ' ".
A plar of white alaryrr tuothixla. Intense tnd
faacinatlnf. ETenluga, 20e, SSc, S0o, 15c. fiat,,.
Mat. SHe, fioe. Next wcok, slartinK Sunday Mat.
"Qt.Bioli.auiok Waliingfotd.; -;
A ;p'V --.I' roaaay end Aldor Stnott..,'
VTi.j, wilt, ' lit Boris TrUkln Kuialana I.
Samuels Co. la " Say Elli IsUnd."
Tom KUy. Connors te Edna, also Bras. -Fantsgsaoops,"
Fopular eriooa Boxes and firat
row bajeoay reserved. Box, office open from 111 .
A, H. o 10 F- M. Fhones A-aaaa, Halo 463.
Curtain :80. -7:16 and SilO. . . ... - :
Ci-JL ' Ci- -'.
week OCTOBZB lS-Xeonard ead' Onslow in
a raflnas muaical eomady playlat 'Tne Land of
Vainiii." Muiin. mirth and sMoUlties. Tuas
day BlsfeVtl eaateatr Fiider alit. ekorui
jiifiiia, m, soo.
uses, any saet.
Sixth end Waahlnftoa tX: '-'
' ': i , ; ' . "TUB VAMFlS,,-..:;..:'- 1
Mammoth three-real Kalem Drama' featorlii i -,-
Brrt Kranrh and Alio Kia, famous dauira,-. (ii -,-ths
Vamnlro Dane. ; which surpasses apr ot ''
Oertrade Uoffinan's sehieTemcsts la Jicr palm
lout days. - ..:;""'':'
Sensational ana -spectacular, same viu. unni
Sunday.,- . '. T - -
, ' lOe ADMISSION lOo .
tier. , -
;y - AMUSEMENTS : " fj
WEST PARK AND ALDER.
Noon, a- 1
1:30 "P. 14V s
9M., 4:30 P.'
M, 6 .p, M.,
70 P MM'9
P. Mi to 10
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