The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, February 20, 1919, Page 12, Image 12

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    THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0. 1919.
PLANS OF BUSH REPUBLICANS TOLD IN NEXT SUNDAY'S JOURNAL
c Love Above Power ,
Love Is Cod's essence : power but his attribute : therefore Is his
Jove greater than his power. Richard Garnett.
Life's Worthiness
Is Ufa worth living? Yes. so long
As there Is wrong to right. V
Alfred Austin.
JSefo of tfje iWage mtb cteen
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As You Were'
Is Laugh Riot
At Heilig
Kolb and Dill Score Successfully
in New Show, of Rough House
- and Chorus Girl Blend.
V -''. By s. IU
1 IHENEVER C. William Kolb rolls
' . -; VV-up a -newspaper and starts beating
" ',','Max M, ' Dill on the head with it. the
s ! situation Is good for a hearty laugh, just
' "7s It is when the afreald Kojb un-
winds his six feet of personality in a
- ,Hlger-like spring on the neck and shoul
j . ders-of the aforesaid Dill.
; It Is on this sort of play in large part
,,,'that "As You Were," the new K. & D.
s , Khow opening lat night at the Heilig.
depends for its laughs, and there is no
, question about -it setting them. Last
! "'night's rapacity audience laughed itself
-, more. Whether or not "As You Were"
'' Is as "good" as "The High Cost of Lov
j '!! Ing." the company's laxt season hit, is. a
i 'question. The situations are not as
ridiculous and lauRhable. but there's
McYi develons
'vf into something of a battle royal at the
j , windup, wherein there are iour nania
' .Clauses" (count them, four.) beating the
--' stuffing out of each other.
Kolb and Dill, however, do not corner
ffall the entertainment in "As You Were."
'? There are some good musical numbers,
' fr-with Marie Rich and George W. Banta
; 1 ifJr., doing the solo work, supported by
; 1 a small but well gowned chorus of good
i fV looks and proportions. There are a
' S number of patriotic Interpolations, too,
1 so that alt in all an evening at the Heilig
f on any rematning evening of this week is
if t going to be happily spent.
I t---"As You Were" has to do with the
1 household of loyal German-born Ameri-
" cans during the war, and with some of
tJk their neighbors who are not so loyal at
7the beginning, but who get the spirit
s ! before the thing's over. There's enough
!", plot to keep'up the. interest, with lots of
1 lore, and May Cloy camouflaged aa a
; ri German maid until she is revealed at
I "rT'last as her own beautiful blonde self.
23 She's been working as a secret service
'"V agent all the time. Jack Rollins does
1 nicely as Kenneth Miller, young slacker,
j fi. i who f inally makes good, and Julia Blanc
is welcomed back In her Interpretation of
: the blg-souled housekeeper. Max Steinle,
J " Ethel Martelle and Frank A. Bonner are
the remaining principals, with Georgia
r"'-S Randall, Genevieve 'VanSlyck, Ruth
f.:fc:S: Davis, Adair Kessling, Grace Grant,
fr-. Helen Gates. Helen McCaully and May
, Honeyman in the chorus. T
Scenario Contest
For Reed Students
' Arouses Interest
i At a Joint meeting of the literary
i&nd dramatic societies of Reed college
Tuesday night plans.wero outlined for
a scenario contest among students or
"--:rthe college. Manager McNutt of the
"Portland Film Production company
fc was present, and spoke to the students.
JlThe winning scenario; will.be filmed
-f and Bhown in a- local theatre. Rules
"ri!ot the contest require that the story
rl.ba of college life and that the scene
be on, the campus and in the buildings
is of Reed college. Muriel Nichols. Elfa
-1LGUL Adelald Morey and Harvey ' Eagle
. son' are chairmen of the four com
remittees appointed to manage the con
; test.
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PRINCESS OLGA and her leopards are one of a number of
acts on the new program opening at the Hippodrome to
day. Olga has many friends among screen fans as well as
among vaudeville patrons.
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Rothapel to Try
New Proposition
Samuel L. Rothapfcl, who recently re
signed fror i the directorship of the Rial
to and Rivoli theatre. New York, is
about to enter the motion-picture field
again, this time as the head of the Roth
apful Pictures corporation, which will
supply motion-picture houses with com
plete programs and not separate picture
releases.
Six of these programs are to be Is
sued yearly by the corporation. Kach
will include a dramatic feature picture,
comedy, scenic and news or magazine
films, together with musical scores,
lighting effects, and all that goes to
make-up a picture-theatre entertainment.
Tho corporation will produce dramatic
pictures under the direction of Rothap
fel, and will also acquire in the open
market such films as may be suitable for
the programs.
Newly Weds Should
See Columbia Show
The Cumbiaiofferingrwlth Enid Ben
nett in "Happy.fThough Married." should
be -viewed byjf ajl brides and bride
grooms, for it teaches a lesson well
worth learning, that old adages about
married life must be taken with more
than a grain of salt. The picture is well
staged and presents a story of jealousy,
without foundation, that is sugar coated,
for comedy prevails throughout: The
action Is snappy. A two-reel western
thriller gives opportunity for wonderful
scenes and breath taking riding. The
plot is hackneyed but the beauty of the
picture as a whole makes up for this
feature. Interesting travel ptctures are
given and a wonderful feature film
shows the action of the long range gun
that bombarded Paris.
Clatsop County Tax
Roll Shows Outside
Assessment Is Low
Astoria, Feb. 20. The tax roll for the
year 1918 is the greatest in the history
of Clatsop county. The extension which
was completed Wednesday shows the
total roll at $1,251,831.37, In comparison
with the 1917 tax roll of $949,856.87. The
interesting feature of this year's assess
ment roll is that the tax on property not
within the city, with the exception of
the lumber industry, is below normal.
Valuations of the timber holdings, how
ever, were Increased on the roll by
15,000,000, the principal increases being
on four funds, as follows : County,. $40,
000 ; city and reclamations, $22,500 ; port
of Astoria. $40,000; city schools, $100.
000. J.P.Morgan Leaves
For America Today
London, Feb. 20. J. Pierpont Morgan
will -sail for America on the Aquitanla
today " after a 10 day stay here. Mr.
Morgan, together with Thomas W.
Lamont, opened negotiations for the con
version of British government short
term notes Into long term securities.
This will include the balance of the 20
year 5Vfe bonds not taken up by the rote
holders to whom they will be offered in
change for the notes maturing March 1.
Waterproof electric flash lights to be
attached to life preservers for night use
are a recent invention.
Barber Gives Recipe
For Gray Hair
.
Mi A. E. O'Brien, who has. been a
barber in New York city for many
years, made the following statement:
"t?ray. streaked or faded hair can be
Immediately made black, brown orjlght
brown, whichever shade you desire, by
the use of the following remedy that' you
can make at home :
"Merely get a box of Orlex pow
der at any drut store. It mats n n
Ue and no extras to buy. Dissolve it In
4 ozs. of distilled or rain water and
comb It through the hair. Directions for
mixing and use and a gold bond guar
antee come In each box. One box wiU
last you for months.
"It is perfectly safe, it does not rub
off, is not -sticky or gummy and leaves
the hair fluffy. It Will make a gray
haired person look 20 years younger.
Adv.
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FRATERNAL NOTES
Kirkpatrick Council. Knights and
Ladles of Security, will hold a big
initiation Friday night in Swiss hall.
Third and Madison streets. It is hoped
to secure a class of 100, and a mem
bership platoon xf hustlers has been
bringing in the. applications since the
first of the year. The twenty-seventh
anniversary of the order will also be
celebrated. The efforts being made by
Kirkpatrick Council are being dupli
cated by many other councils through
out the country.
Portland Countil, Knights and
Ladles of Security, Wednesday even
ing held a card party and dance at
Alisky hall.
The women of Mooseheart Legion
held their prize waltz and dance at
Moose temple Wednesday night. Port
land Lodge, Loyal Order of Moose,
occupied the small hall for a busi
ness session.
Ivanhoe Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
Tuesday night finished degree work,
with a class of 13 taking the Knight
rank. A large attendance was in evi
dence, and .a number 'of bright and
short speeches were made. Chancel
lor Commander Hamilton Johnstone
presided.
Portland Tent of the Maccabees will
initiate a class of 11 tonight at K. of
P. hall, on Alder street.
Fram Assembly, United Artisans,
held a masked ball Tuesday night at
M. W. A. hall, .Eleventh street near
Stark. The usual costumes were en
livened by several original designs.
V
Friday night Multnomah camp will
give its quarterly dance - and social to
members and friends at 112 East Sixth
street.
W'ebfoot Camp, W. O. W.. Friday
night offers a special program for its
officers and members at W. O. W.
tenple, 128 Eleventh street.
Bonnie Rose Castle, Royal High
landers, entertained members and
guests Tuesday evening at Multnomah
W. O. W. hall with dancing, cards and
refreshments. A class of applicants
is being prepared for initiation the
first Tuesday evening in March.
232,000 Overseas
Men Have Returned
Washington. Feb. 20. Officers and
men of the United States army brought
back to this country to date, number
232,000 : eo.ooo are now at sea on their
way home, and 1,156,000 have been dis
charged from the camps In this country,
with 560,000 still in the camps. Senator
Shafroth of Colorado announced this
afternoon in the senate during a speech
in defense of the war department. The
figures, he said, were given to him this
afternoon by Secretary Baker.
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$11,199,291 vFor Fortifications
Washington, Feb. 20. The fortifica
tions' appropriation bill carrying $11,-
139.291, was passed by the house
Wednesday night without a record vote
and' with but one inconsequential amend
ment. It now goes to the senate.
AMUSEMENTS
HOAD SHOW
HEILIG BroadwBr at Taylor. Kolb and DID in
comedy, with music, "A Tou Were." 8:20;
matinee Saturday, 2:20. -TAUDKTILIE
PANTAGES Broadway at TambilL VaudeTUle,
nesaune act. l.e Boy, Talma a Boaco, magi
ciaos. Seven other vaudeTilla acta and pictarca.
HIPPODROME Broadway at. Yamhill. Vaude-
Tille headline, Ned- Nestor company, in "The
Manbatera." Fbotoplay feature. Afternoon
and - night.
STOCK
BAKER Broadway at Morrison. Baker Stock
company, in "Along Came Bath." Matinee,
2:20: night. 8:2,0. .
ALCAZAR Eleventh and Vorriaon. Th Al
cazar Players, in "Rebecca of Sonnybrook
farm." Matinee, 2:16; night. 8:15.
LTIUO Fourth and Stark. Lyric Unsical
Farce company. In "Kiaht From Bluff Tille."
- Every evening and every afternoon except
Thursday.
PHOTOPLAYS
COLOMBIA -Washington near Stark. Enid Ben
nett, In "Happy, Though Married." 11 a. aa.
to 1 1 p. m. .
LIBERTY Broadway' at Stark. "Don't Change
Your Husband." 11 i, n. to 11 p. m.
STBAND Washington between Park and Weal
Park. Vaudeville acta. Feature photoplay.
Mae Murray in "Dancer. Go Slow. 11 a. as.
to 11 P. BV
KAJESTTO Washington at Park. Constance
Taimadge. in - Sauce for the Uooae." 11
a to 11 p. o.
GLOBE Washington near Eleventh. Talmade-a
Sisters, is "The Missing Links." . 1 p. na. to
11 p. m.
SCN&ET Washington at Broadway. John Bar-
rymore. in "Raffles." Charlie Chaplin, in
"The Champion." 10:15 a. - na. to 11:10
CIKCLK Washington and - Fourth. : Victor
Moore, m snoas. - vmj ana nignu
STAR Washington at Park. Viola Dana, fa
"The GoU Core." , 11 a. m. to 11 p. aa.
PEOPLES West Park ana Aider. Mabel Nor-
mand. to "Mickey." 11 a ra. to 11 p. aa.
Hip Offers Bill
Of General
Interest
Chorus Beauties in "Man haters,"
Ned Nestor's Musical Act; .
Leopards on Stage.
THE MANHATERS," a typical
comedy , tor suffragettes and
women aspiring to public office, is the
musical comedy offering of Ned Nestor
and his company at the Hippodrome
for the latter half of the week. The
same group of chorus beauties that
helped make "Sweethearts" such a suc
cess again charm with pretty songs and
dances and Olivette Haynea, comedienne,
will show what women can do as pub
lic officials.
Princess Olga, who has attracted con
siderable attention as a tamer of ani
mals and more particularly of the
leopard, will appear in person with her
five big leopards, which she will put
through a series of tricks. Many may
remember . her in the screen picture,
"The Adventures of Kathlyn," where
she appeared in most of the dangerous
wild animal scenes. Miss Olga is now
on her way to California to take part
in screen productions where wild ani
mals are to be used.
In "The Musical Conservatory" ap
pear a troupe of "blackfaces," including
"Happy" Golden. In the character of
a colored musician he conceives the idea
of opening a school of music to .get a
little easy money and then the fun be
gins. Pretty scenery and appropriate cos
tumes make the song and dance offer
ing of De Albert and Weaver particu
larly attractive and entertaining.
Another farce comedy entitled "Hy
drophobia" is the offering of the Hal
lett and Howe company. A versatile
number is that of Gardner and Revere
in which the guitar playing of Gardner
is featured.
WOMAN'S CLUBS
Members of the Home Science club
of Eugene met on Tuesday afternoon
in the cooking laboratory at the Kugene
high school, where they held a practice
meeting devoted to learning the use of
milk and eggs. Miss Wiletta Moore, in
structor at the high school, is also
instructor for this club of women.
e
The Woodstock Parent-Teacher asso
ciation will give an informal reception
Friday afternoon at the schoolhouse.
Refreshments will be served. The mem
bers of all associations in the city are
Invited.
e
Miss Ethel Kinsey was hostess to the
Eugene chapter, P. E. O., on Monday
evening. Dr. Young of Portland was a
guest. Vocal selections were given by
Mrs. W. Moll Case. Next week Miss
Howe will entertain.
Nine Circuses on
Road Next Season
Chicago, Feb. 19. There will be nine
circuses on the road this summer, it be
came known Tuesday when representa
tive showmen of the country met here
to outline plans tor the coming season.
The war hit the show business hard and
six circuses have dropped out, leaving
Barnum and Ringling (just combined),
Robinson, Hagenbeck-Wallace, Sells
Floto, Barnes Robinson. Down, Sparks
and Gentry. Many performers called to
war will be back in the arena. Show
men attending the conference are opti
mistic over the prospects for the season.
TODAY'S BEAUTY HELP
We find you can bring out the beauty
of your hair to its very best advantage
by washing it with canthrox. It makes a
very simple, inexpensive shampoo, which
cleanses the hair and scalp thoroughly
of all dandruff, dirt and excess oil, leav
ing a wonderfully clean, wholesome feel
ing. After its use, you will find that the
hair dries quickly and evenly, is never
t streaked in appearance and is always
bright, soft and fluffy ; so fluffy, in fact,
that it looks more abundant than it is,
and so soft that arranging it becomes a
pleasure. Just use a teaspoonf ul of con
throx, which you can get from any good
druggist, dissolve it in a cup of hot wa
ter; this makes a full cup of shampoo
liquid, enough so it is easy to apply it to
all the hair instead of just the top of
the head. Adv.
DARKEN GRAY HAIR,
LOOK YOUNG, PRETTY
Grandma's recipe of Sage Tea and
Sulphur darken so naturally
- , that nobody can tell.
Hair! that loses its color and lustre,
cr when it fades, turns gray, dull and
lifeless, is caused by a lack of sulphur
in the hair. . Our grandmother made
up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur
to keep her looks dark and beautiful,
and thousands of - women and men who
value that - even color, that beautiful
dark shade of hair which is so at
tractive, use only this old-time recipe.
Nowadays we get this famous mix
ture improved by the addition of other
ingredients by asking at any drug
tore for a bottle of "Weth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound." which dark
ens the hair so naturally, so evenly,
that nobody can possible tell it . has
been applied. Tou just dampen a
sponge or Soft brush with it and draw
.this through, your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. By morning the gray
hair disappear: but what delights the
ladies with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound Is that, besides beautifully
darkening the hair after a few applica
tions. It also brings -back the gloss and
lustre and gives it an appearance : of
sbundance.-
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
Is a delightful toilet requisite to impart
color and a youthful appearance to the
hair. It Is not intended for the cure.
.mitigation or prevention of d isease. Ad.
Famous Ace May
Appear in
Pictures
Rickenbacker Expected to Do
Thrilling Stunts in Air for
Motion Picture Company.
NEW YORK. Feb. 20. Captain Edward
Rickenbacker. America's leading ace.
will do some grand and lofty tumbling
in his airplane in the interests of motion
pictures following his release from the
army, it is likely, from his present plans.
Rickenbacker has received several of
fers of a tempting nature from the
studio men to act for their respective
film concerns and an ambitious program
of features in which his antics in the
air will be blended with a few scenes
of acting to carry through the plot of
the piece is being mapped out.
It will not take much histrionic talent
to perform these scenes, it is pointed
out by the film men, and the aviation
work will be the chief feature of the
screen productions if the American ace
decides to accept any of the offers.
Rickenbacker has not made any de
cision as yet, of course, as the uncer
tainty of his discharge from the army
makes this impossible, but a . significant
move made yesterday indicates ho is
seriously considering one of the proposi
tions put up to him. The young aviator
engaged a law firm to act as his busi
ness managers.
He is now trying to get his discharge
from the service.
Benjamin Cabanel
Gives Talk Before
The Kiwanis Club
Canon Benjamin ' Cabanel was the
guest of honor at Ihe weekly luncheon
of the Kiwanis club at the Portland
hotel Tuesday. He is the chaplin of
the famous "Blue Devils" of France who
visited the United States last year. He
gave a short address to the club relat
ing the gratitude of the French people
to this country, and pointing out that
the Americans arrived just at the right
time.
In his audience was Private Guy W.
Read of 7904 Fifty-ninth street south,
who had met Canon Cabanel while his
outfit. Company D, first engineers, was
working with the "Blue Devils." Private
Read was introduced at the meeting by
Rev. R. H. Sawyer.
It became known at the meeting that
several members of the Kiwanis club
in an eleventh hour effort to get every
one equipped with a flag for the arrival
of the Sixty-fifth, took flags into the
street and sold them at cost to persons
waiting for the parade. They sold 1S0I
flags in a very short time. There were
10 . volunteers for the work and two
trucks were chartered.
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THIS IS THE MACHINE
WHICH WAS ES CLEAN
The 1900 Cataract
cannot injure the finest fabrics. All
metal machine. Copper tank. Can't
rust. Built to last a lifetime.
SOLD OX EAST PAYMENTS
The bestis the cheapest
Portable Electric
Sewing Machine
Make your own clothes at one-third of
the cost of ready-made clothes. The
machine does all the work in one third
of the time. Put the machine away In
the closet when not in use.
SEW UPSTAIRS OR DOW3T "
SOLD 03C EAST PATME2TTS
Vacuum Cleaner
Headquarters
All the best makes bought, sold, re
paired. Phone for a demonstration in
your home. . , -;
Let SCOTT Do
Your WIRING
It won't cost any more. Tou will be
pleased with the workmanship.
Scott
Electric Co.
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THAT it would be most discourteous
to find fault if your neighbor's car
suffers a blow-out when he is taking
you to work.
tee
That since the signing of the ar
mistice the military salute is becom
ing less and less military.
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That Rose City park cars have a
habit of coming in bunches when
they do come.
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That the weather is still on the
side of the fuel merchant.
That War Savings Stamps are
, about the best little stickers we
know about.
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That the show business is picking -up.
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That he'll iave to "bawl out" some
local business men if they don't
haul down their soiled and tattered
flags and hoist new ones.
That thft fpllnwa fnrtunatM enmie-h
to nave cnicaens tnai turnisn eggs
for breakfast, cackle and crow about
it as much as though they laid the
eggs themselves.
That troubles aren't so bad if you
don't take them too seriously.
Safe Home Treatment
for Objectionable Hairs
(Boudoir Secrets)
The electric needle is not required for
the removal of hair or fuzx, for .with the
use of plain delatone the most stubborn
growth can be quickly banished. A paste
is made with water and a little of the
powder, then spread over the hairy sur
face. In about 2 minutes It is rubbed off
and the skin washed. This simple treat
ment not only removes the hair, but
leaves the skin free from blemish. Be
sure you get genuine delatone. Adv.
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YOU are efficient.
Honest now, what would you do
without me?
Thinks .
How happy It would WaVfou to
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that you're efficient jH
that you're fit, unhandicapped.
You can know. '
Have Yoar Eyes Examined
It won't cost much.
Dr.J.UDuback
Oldest Exclusive Optometrist
in the City
Southeast Corner of Broadway
and Washington
ANNOUNCEMENT
Dancing Pavilion
Completely renovated and enlarged, is now under new manage
ment and wiU open for the sesson.
Next Sunday, Feb: 23d
Dancing From 6 P. M. Till 10 P. M.
Mr. A H. Dowling, well-known and popular dancing Inspector st
Milwaokie, under whose management the park will be conducted,,
extends a cordial invitation to his many . friends to attend these
dances, which will be held regularly every Sunday evening.
Good Floor Good Music -Good Order
Admission: Ladies 35ct Gentlemen 75c
(Including War Tax) '
Tnke Oregon City or Milwaukie
TODAY
np.PdDBK (DIME
2fED 3TESTOR
With" Ollrs Orees
iii "THE
PRINCESS OLGA HALLETT AND HOWE CO.
AD HER LEOPARDS tlut Rip-Roaring Comedy Fares
Entertainers From the Jungle - - "HYDROPHOBIA"
THE MUSICAL CONSERVATORY THIRD POPULAR CONCERT
Minstrel Shew la MlnJaUrs Ssndny, 12 p. M.
" " .' . ' ' '- 25-Piece Orchestra 25
GARDNER AND REVERE ' DR. STUART M'GUIRE
; BIU of Yasderm. - ,,,., . '
DE ALBERT AND WEAYER BESSIE LOVE
Yarlety Entertainers ; In "A Little Sister to Everybody
Eeddie Back From
Australian Travels
University of OregpnRugene, Feb. 20.
Professor A. Fergus Reddle, head of
the department of public speaking at ths
university, has returned to the campus
after spending six months 'in Chautau
qua work In Australia. ' He : will take
charge - of the department of public
speaking and dramatics which has been
under the supervision of Miss Charlotte
Banfield during his absence. Professor
Reddle studied the conditions and hab
its of the people in Australia to a con
siderable extent. He says that the. Aus
tralians' taste for drama has a long
way to go before it reaches -that of the
people "of the United States, but music
is well advanoed in the Antipodes.
AMUSEMENTS
RINGLER'S
Dancing Academy
Montrose V, Blagler,
life
Dancing Master. 1
Member of the American
National Association of
Dancing Masters. I
lJ COTILLIOW HALL,
14th OFF WASH.
WhyBeaMere
Dancer
..
WHEJT TOtT CATC BE
AN EXPERT!
A few hours with a
"specialisf will put that
professional snap to your
dancing.
Mr. Ringler "specialises" entirely upon
modern ballroom instruction.
Engage the services of a specialist In
place of employing an ordinary teacher.
New classes for beginners start Mon
day and-Thursday evenings this week.
Advanced" class Friday evening. Two
hour class. Special course, eight lessons.
GEX1LEMBX tefl, LADIES W '
We teach the dances that are popular
and the ones your friends dance. i
Enroll Ifow.
Both Phones.
BARGAIN
MAT. SAT., 2 So
Famous STOCK COMPANY la the Modern.
Up-to-AeU" Comedy-Success
ALONG CAME
RUTH
The tory of a typical fflrl WHInfori."
Evenings,.: Ac. 50c; Mate., 25c (tax)
3, Mats. Wed., Sat
Next DADDT LONG LEGS
MUSICAL
STOCK
Matinee Dally lOo Only
This week the uproariously fanny musical farce
"RIOHT FROM LUrFVILLE."
With Dillon and Franks (Mike and Ike) .
and the Roaebud Girls
Ginger. Pep and .Gaiety.
chorus aiaxr contest friday night.
TOMORROW
BRYANT WASHBURN in
"Till I Come Back to You"
CHRISTIE COMEDY..
OFFICIAL WAR REVIEW
CIRCLE THEATRE
FOURTH AT WASHINGTON, i
Park
Car at 1st and Alder Direct to Park
ANOTHER GREAT SHOW
TODAY
ATCD OHYETTE HAYKES
sod a Bery ef ChorsfBesatles
IVaANHATERS'
AMUSEMENTS
"THE BEST EVER"
LAST SIGHT'S VEROICT
WFII If! B"y st Taylot
TONIGHT, 8:15 AIVX.,.
SPECIAL PIHCE MAT. SAT.
THE FAVORITE COMEDIANS
KOLBaDILL
' Together With
SUPEltB COMPACT
la the Jiew
MILITARY MUSICAL" FARCE
'AS YOU WERE'
MUSICGIRLS rux
Eve's tl.S to 60c. Nat. Mat. tl to 60e
I ICITYSilREC'D NOW!
MP IF If! Broadway t Taylor.
Ala!L,lm Mais 1 and A 1121
J?rTFEB.JJ;MAR.:i
SPECIAL PRICE MAT. SAT.
Vooth. TarViniMrui
atia errccptonat Cast
A SOCIETY COMEDY SATIRE '
Eve's Floor fS Balcony fl.so, fi
Sat. Mst-Flr. f 1.60 Bal. tl, 7Sc. 60e
nUHHISONATIITH
PLAYS THAT PLEASE
THE BIO SUCCESS
REBECCA OF
SUNNYBROOK
FARM
NIGHTS, 2Bc, BOc, SOe
ALL MATINEES, 26c.
NEXT 'WITHIN THE LAW."
iOUl U. UlllBH AND (DHHA.NV
la "Tom Walker in Dixie.
The Shrapael Dedaerat Rrenck's
Urease Statue Horse - :
HLLR. DUNK AND
JAW flL'UISI. .
Scot Glhsoai Turner snd Graces
Orphenan Travel Weekly i Kino-B-rasna.
News Reel De Lust.
GEOROG McKAY AND
OTTIE ARDINB.
Tain Shew Cleaes With the
:,26
Matlaee, Wednesday, Vebrua
PANTAGE S
MAT. DAILY 2:30 O
Scrvals Leroy Presents
LEROV, TALMA A BOSCO
The Ureal Triple Alliance ef Wonder Workers
In Original Mysteries
S OTHER BIO ACTS S
Three I'erformanrea laifr. - N'lgbt Curtain
,7 and
HEAR
"Guterson"
I'D ' --JI" '.!;!
I
IS
TODAY TOMORROW
"THE
GOLD
CURE"
all run
Saturtfa .
BERT LVTELL In
'The Spender'
SSL
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