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    THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL; PORTLAND. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1919.
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW ON WILSON AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS NEXT SUNDAY
The Power Behind ths Delegates '
- The mn who are In conference realize am keenly as any American
can realise that they are not the masters of their people ; that they
are the servant of their people, ana that the spirit of their people
has awakened to a new purpose and a new conception of their power
to realize that purpose, and that no -man dare go home from that
The Steadfast ' ' v
It win nelthec-yield to the sons; of the siren nor the -voice of the
hyenathe tears of the crocodile nor the bowling of the wolf.
t : George Chapman,
& Jletog of tfje Htage anii Screen
conference and report anything less noble tnan was expected of It.
President Wilson ln
nia
address at Boston last Monday.).
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Play and Cast, Including Alex
andra Carlisle, Leaves Noth
. - ing to Be Asked.
By S. R.
PRESIDENT WIL.SON and the late
'Colonel Roosevelt agreed that "The
Mi Country Cousin" is some "bully" play.
VT' Let's make It unanimous.
(it- . Moreover, Inasmuch as even a good
play without the players Is bare, let us
add our unstinted commendation and
fr appreciation of Miss Alexandra Carlisle,
v .Alfred Lunt and their associates in the
f.;; company so charmingly presenting
(.,,'Tha Country Cousin" at the HelHg
SVV Thursday night, before the first really
elite audience of the local season.
fil: In less capable hands, this clever
Tarklngton story would lose its dell
cate charm and poignant appeal. As it
'v is, it eeems that nothing that might Im
prove the offering could be added or
Bully
V"-omltted. The play might have been
written for the players or the players
might have been created for the play
or; more likely, each for the other.
The story of "Th'e Country Cousin."
v briefly, fa that of a young heiress,
reared to the age of maturity by her
divorced mother In a quiet Ohio village,
-At. and then taken by her father, on the
t pretensions of her own money, into the
" life of an idle rich clique In ..New York.
"The Country Cousin" is not the little
heiress, "Kleanor Jfowltt." splendidly
'J Interpreted by Genevieve Tobin. but her
cousin, "Nancy Price" (Miss Carlisle),
i who follows Eleanor to New York when
'l there is danger that the girl may wed
i "Georsre Tewksberrv Reynolds III." a
social vacuum, whose regeneration as
,u a canaiaaie tor me training camp at
JjJ;' Plattsburg is eventually effected by
Nancy.
That's about all there is to the story.
i It'u th lln.ua nf tpitth.flnnA1 vofirft and
the characterizations, typically Tarking-
Ionian, that make It so effective.
.vims Carlisle is cnarming. Krniie ana
appealing, as occasion demands, and be
comes more vigorously dramatic in
. apostrophizing the virtues of a rattle
snake as against the opinelessness of
the social weaklings who are trying to
U'tn Klaonnp frsim Via.
; Mr. Lunt as Keynolds brings to us one
i of the most picturesque, cleverly exe
I 'Jcuted characterizations in many moons.
lit is a creation of his own-, doubtless,
f- nd a wonderfully effective one, main
s i, talned splendidly throughout.
4 ij Jack Crosby likewise does a clever bit
t i as Sam Wilson, the village orator, and
" Hi !..., rp-i.lt. Bu t.',lAaAn I.. . wAH
character as though It were her real
fl tl
Down through the entire company the
2 I' parts are as consistently cant, and the
play is likewise presented in settings
J:, of extravagant charm.
? "The Country Cousin" will go through
I , the rest of the week with matinee Sat
J f urday.
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! Owl Store Manager
Mo of in rr
uuiun, J. x mil jltavjiv uij-l
E. Btruplere, manager of the Owl drug
V store, .has just returned from San Fran
l Cisco, where he attended a five-day con-
ventton of store managers and execu-
ttves. Reports disclosed that the fiscal
yeaf ending January 31 was the most
, successful in the history of the company.
i. The Portland store contributed more
J : than its share to the showing, Mr.
t! Utruplere was informed. Mr. Struplere
was one of the winners in the $10,000
J,-- contest for Btore managers, which was
conducted last year.
J
, Change at People's
Theatre Tomorrow
The--; week beginning tomorrow will
be the last of the Guterson orchestra
t appearances at the Peoples, where the
attraction has heen a feature for two
weeks past. The new show tomorrow
will be a picturizatlon of David Gra-
liam -Phillips well known novel, The
: Grain "of Dust."! !.ThO.- comedy film;: is
'rSome ; Cavei.Man.' ? : ... . .
BEAWTY SECRETS!
. Where she gets her good looks, her healthy skin, her
pink cheeks, is known to every one, because it is apparent
thit it is not due to cosmetics, paint and powder. But
the true womanly beauty comes from good health, and this
good health is a woman's secret. Ask your neighbor and
she will tell you that H is due to the fact that she took
that wonderful temperance tonic "a prescription" for
women, first put up over fifty years ago by Dr. Pierce. It
can be obtained in any drug store in liquid or tablet .form.
: Health comes with good physical machinery and good
spirits, an active digestion. A body free from pains and
aches comes with. a tonic known for over fifty years as the
best 'Hemperanccr" tonic and nervine forvomah-namdy,
Dr Pierce's Favorite -Prescription.
Cleansing of the intestinal tract is important. - Take
castor oil or select a vegetable pilL Such a. one is com
posed of May-apple, leaves of aloe, root of ialarj. and made
,fc into tiny sugar-coated pellets, to be had at every drug
hwtb sa xr, nerce a riGsssnitneu.
WxLLIAM S. ("BILL") HART, who has the role of regu
lar' "he-man" in his new photoplay, "Breed of Men."
opening at the Liberty tomorrow for a run of five days.
A Sennett comedy is also on the bilL
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Reconstruction
Only Starts in
Hospitals
Government Givs Disabled Sol
diers Benefits of Extensive
, Progfarn of Reeducation.
Washington, Feb. 28. Some misappre
hension" exists about the retainin given
war disabled men, there Jjelng a pre
valent idea that this Is done in the
"reconstruction hospitals."
The reconstruction hospitals are main
tained by the medical department of the
army, where men who have suffered in
juries necessitating a long course of
treatment, are given that treatment
which will eventually bring them back to
health and strength.
In these reconstruction hospitals some
times the men are given such work as
basketry, weaving and the like. These
occupations are often alluded to by dis
abled soldiers with disgust and scorn,
because they have- the mistaken notion
that the disabled men are being taught
these things as a means of livelihood-,
when such is not the case it all.
If a man has a set of stiffened fingers,
basketry is an Ideal exercise to bring
back Into function those disused muscles ;
and the same with weaving and many
other activities which apparently have
'no commercial value whatever.
But the reeduction which the govern
ment offers the disabled men is nothing
like what Is given In the reconstruction
hospitals. This education is not avail
able until after the man has been dis
charged. The federal board for voca
tional education is In charge of this
training and the man is assigned to
some appropriate technical Institution.
t college, university, :. mechanical . school,
agricultural scnooi, or in some instances
placed directly in the shops tor Instruc
tion, lie Is given a support allowance
of $55 a month, and his dependents
cared for. When he has finished his
course a position is found for him, and
he is supervised for a while until he
demonstrates that he can earn his
wages and is a competent and skilled
workman. The federal board for voca
tional education at Washington is de
sirous of getting in touch with all war
disabled men.
Steel Industry Is
Keeping Head Above
Many Current His
New York, Feb. 21. (U. P.)-Steel
prices are being maintained and there
la no. serious unemployment problem
in the steel Industry, according to Elbert
H. Gary, chairman of the board of di
rectors of the United States Steel cor
poration. Gary presided at a meeting of direct
ors of the American Iron and Steel in
stitute which was called to consider
general conditions in the industry and
to consider the plan of Secretary Red
field for lowering prices by agreement
among different- industries. The Red
field plan was explained before the
meeting by John Peck, former vice
chairman of the war Industries board,
who has been named as chairman of the
new commission to be created under
the scheme of the secretary of 'com
merce. The institute directors took no
definite action on the plan.
Chinese Tong Holds
Its Annual Banquet
About 60 prominent Chinese, accom
panied by their wives, were guests of
the On Tick Tong at the annual ban
quet of the organization at 61 Second
street Thursday night. Chinese foods
and Chinese music were provided. The
On Tick Tong, of which Chin Ming is
president is composed of a number
of the wealthy business men of the
local Chinese colony.
Extra Matinees at Baker
The Baiter 1s giving an extra matinee
this afternoon, and will also give a
matinee tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock
to accommodate the many who have not
as yet had an opportunity of seeing the
Baker . Players in "Daddy Long-Legs,"
one of the best successes of the local
company to date.
AMUSEMENTS
HElt.lG---BrMulwy at Tajlor. "The Country
Conain." Society satire with Alexandra Car
lisle. 8:20.
VAUDEVILLE
PANTAGES Broadway at Yamhill. Vaudeville,
headline act, "Twelve TaHy-Ho Girls' " Band.
' Other vaudeville acta and picture. Afternoon
and nisbt.
HIPPODROME Broadway at Yamhill. Vaude
ville headline. K'telle House and her quintette
of "Dancing- Violinuts." Photoplay features.
Afternoon and night.
STOCK
BAKER Broadway at Morrison. Baker Stock
company, in "Daddy LiOOfLegs." Matinee,
a .20. Nicht, 8:20
AfcCAZAB Eleventh and Morrison. The Alca
zar Players in Within the Law." Matinee.
2:15. Nicht. 8:15.
LYRIC Fourth and Stark. Ivy He Musical farce
company, in "The Tanto Craie." Every evea
ing and every afternoon except Thursday.
PHOTOPLAYS
COLUMBIA Washineton near Stark. William
Russell, in "Where the West Begins." lis.
m. to 11 p. m.
LIBS RTT Broadway at Stark. William Fave
sbam, in "The Silver Kins." 11 a. m. to 11
p. m.
STRAND Washin (ton between Park" and West
Para. Vaudeville acts. Feature .photoplay,
Tom Mix, in "Hell Boaria' Beform." 11
a. m. to 11 p. m.
MAJESTIC Washington at Park. Sesrae Haya
kawa in "The Temple of Dusk. 11 a. m. te
11 P. m.
GLOBE Washington near Eleventh Marguerite
Clark and Harold Lockwood in "The Crucible."
lp.rn.toll p. m.
SUNSET Washington at Broadway. Douglas
Fairbanks hi "In Again. Out Again." 10 a.
m. te 1 1 p. ta
CIRCLE Washington at Park. Dorothy DaTton,
in "-The Kaiser a Shadow." Day and night
8T A R Washington at Park. Bert Lytoil la
"The Spender." 11 a. m. to 11 p. tn. , ,
PEOPLES West Park and . Alder Mabel Nor
aumd. ia "Mickey." 11 a.-a. to 11 p, a,
S. Owen With
Hart in New
Picture
Big "Bill" Opens at Liberty in
"Breed of Men" With Sat
urday Show,
SKENA OWEN, who supported Wil
liam S. Hart, the Artcraft star. In his
recent "success, "Branding Broadway."
will appear as his leading woman in his
new production, "Breed of Men," open
ing at the Liberty Saturday. This Is
the film for which Mr. Hart made some
striking scenes in the Chicago stock
y a rds.
There are many Interesting features
about the picture, which are declared
to be real novelties. One particularly
effective scene is that wherein Bill Hart,
In the role of a Westerner who has a
passion for (rambling, loses his roll and
his horse and Is, In the parlance of the
cow country, "broke and afoot." Tiis
spells literal ruin for a Westerner. How
the hero of the story succeeds In
righting wrongs to which he has been
an innocent accomplice, a tool In the
hands of a sharper, and wins the love
of a worthy girl, form. It Is asserted,
one of the strongest plots that the virile
star has ever had.
Mexico Gets Chance
To Plead Her Case
At Public Meeting
New Tork, Feb. 2. (U. P.) Mexico
is to be given an opportunity to plead
her case before the American public at
a meeting hero March 10, arranged by
the council of foreign relations.
The council announced today that it
has asked President Carrania to appoint
an official spokesman, to act as chairman
of the meeting and to outline the pro
gram Mexico has made since the over
throw of Diaz, her. plans for the fu
ture and her present problems..
Local Mexicans, including Rafael Nle
to, acting secretary of finance in the
Carranza cabinet, have sent dispatches
to Mexico City urging Carranza to ac
cept the offer of the council.
Harvey Frum Dies Suddenly
Lebanon. Feb. 28. .News has been re
ceived of the sudden death at Wendling.
Ot"., of Harvey Frum, 55 years old,
member of a pioneer family of Linn
Where Are You
Going Tomorrow?
And what are you going to wear? If you
haven't your new spring suit, coat or
dress, you won't feel Just right. And if
you feel that you haven't enough to pay
for,one right now, don't worry Just drop
in at Cherry's and take your pick from
our wonderful assortment. Just a little
down and the balance In easy payments.
Then your best beloved needn't feel
ashamed to see you, for you'll look so
nice that everyone who didn't do as you
did will certainly wish they had known
how to do it, too.
The styles are so good, and such a
great variety, and so reasonable, too.
389-91 Washington street, Ptttock block.
Restore the
Youthful Beauty of
Your Hair
You realize how much it means
to your appearance. With what
regret you find the first gray
hairs notice the streaky strands
the fading lustre. Must you say
goodbye to beauty and attractive
ness? Not when there is so simple, harmless
and practical a remedy to be found in
Hair Color Restorer
In less than a month it will restore the
natural dark, youthful color and lustre
to hair that is gray, faded or streaked
with gray. Bring back the soft, luxuri
ant charm of girlhood days.
Absolutely not a dye and will not stain
the scalp. Resrores the color gradually
and evenly by a perfectly natural proc
ess. Does not rub off or interfere
with curling or shampooing the hair.
For Hair Health and Beautp
Q-ban Toilet and Shampoo Soap - $ .25
Q-ban Liquid Shampoo - - - .5C
Q-ban Hair Tonic - - $ .50 1.00
Q-ban Hair Color Restorer - - .75
Q-ban Depilatory - - - - - .75
For sale at all drug stores and
whereotr toilet goods are told
Manufactured by
Hestig-Eilis, chemists, Memphis, Term.
Broadway Dye & Cleaning Works
beg to announce .
MR. F. E. K REG LOW
Late Manager of Meter & Frank's Drapery and Upholstery Manufacturing
Department
la is resur sv gire) ffipcrt aeries " m rnsnsi maw uvmi uiyc,,w,
racs and
ESTIMATES CHEERrtLLT GIVE3T
Pfeeae East tti
Broadway Dye &
MASTER DYCftS
MADAME GROUITCH
is the wife of the new
Serbian minister to the
United States.
":v y- ' 'I
lift Bi
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county, the youngest brother of A. H.
Frum of Lebanon.
DON'T HAVE
GRAY HAIR
It's Easy to . look Young and
Fascinating by Use of
"La Creole"
uLa CreoU has made mt
look is years younger"
NO woman should be handi
capped socially by gray or
faded hair. Every woman owes
It to herself to look her best
and avoid the appearance of
coming age. Uray, streaked
with gray, or faded hair makes
many a woman look old be
fore her time, and gray hau
ls so very unnecessary.
La Creole Hair Dressing la
the most popular Hair Color
Restorer in use among' society
Men and Women of America
tod a v. It is a safe, delightful
toilet preparation which unuormiy re
stores gray, streaked with gray, or
faded hair to its youthful beauty and
lustre. "
La Creole Hair Dressing will not stain
the scalp,, wash or rub off, or leave the
hair with that greasy or dyed appear
ance. ou apply It yourself by simply
combing or brushing it through the hair
before retiring, and the results will de
light you surprisingly.
La Creole is sold by The Owl Drug Co.,
and all good drug stores and toilet coun
ters everywhere. Price ....11.00
Adv.
rf-SVOID COUGrLT
and COUGHERiTI
Gjighing
Disease 1
gaeagSK I' 107V "efrii,',
Flfc r 30 DROPS-STOPS COUGHS
HALF Jtikf rCK iniUJKbN
aaboUterr, etc.
Cleaning Works
MB CLEANERS
II S.'7.,
THE v
rifle
5iQlices .
THAT it's all over at Salem, even to
the shouting, for another two years.
e
That the legislators can now go
back to the cows and the chickens. - .
That February is .'going out like
a lion.
That If wishes were money there 1
would be a fine- new automobile
parked as near aa the law allows
to The Journal building.
That it wouldn't be a large car ;
two seats In front and a big one
' behind for the "kiddies."
That early to bed and early to
rise won't help a man who doesn't '
advertise.
That the rain has done what
the Huna couldn't do made the '
colors run.
That as a result, Liberty Way
and the city should be newly dec
orated throughout 'before the re
turn of the next contingent of
veterans. .
That the arch of 'welcome like
wise should be repainted and
treated with some sort of weather
resisting preparation.
e e . e
That the strong winds make cer
tain overhead signs sway and creak
in a manner that hastens -one from
their immediate vicinity.
e e e
That what is worth doing . is
worth doing well.
Simple Way To
End Dandruff
There Is one sure way that has never
failed to remove dandruff at once, and
that is to dissolve it, then you destroy
It entirely. To do this. Just get about
four ounces of plain, common liquid
srvon from any drug store (this is all
you will need), apply It at night when
retiring; use enough to moisten the
scalp and rub It in gently with the finger
tips.
By morning, most if not all, of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or four
more applications will completely dis
solve and entirely destroy every single
sign and trace of it, no matter how
much dandruff you may have.
Tou will find all Itching and digging
of the scalp will stop Instantly, and your
hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky
and soft, and look and feel a hundred
times better. Adv.
J . WHY HAIR FALLS OUT
Dandruff causes a feverish Irritation
of the scalp, the hair roots shrink, loosen
and then the hair comes out fast. To
stop falling hair at once and rid the
scalp of every particle of dandruff, get
a small bottle of Danderine at any drug
Btore for a few cents, pour a little tn
your band and rub well into the scalp.
After several applicaUons all dandruff
disappears and the hair stops coming
out. Adv.
A ChUd Doesn't
Laugh And Play
If Constipated
Look, Mother! Is tongue
coated, breath feverish
and stomach sour?
California Syrup of Figs"
can't harm tender stom
ach, liver, bowels.
Mother! Your child Isn't naturally
cross and peevish. See If tongu Is
coated ; this is a sure sign the little
stomach, liver and bowels need a cleans
ing at once.
When listless, pale; feverish, full of
cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat,
sleep or act naturally, has stomach-ache,
diarrhoea, remember, a gentle liver and
bowel cleansing should always be the
first treatment given.
Nothing equals "California Syrup Of
Figs" for children's ills ; give a tea
epoonful, and in a few hours all the foul
waste, sour bile and fermenting food
which is 'clogged in the bowels passes
out of the system, and you have a well
and playful child again. AH children
love this harmless, delicious "fruit laxa
tive." and it never fails to effect a good
"InBide" cleansing. Directions for ba
bies, children of all ages and grown-ups
are plainly on the bottle.
Keep it b,andy in your home. A little
given today saves a sick child tomorrow,
but get the genuine. Ask your druggist
for a bottle of "California Syrup of
Figs," then look and see that It is made
by the "California Fig Syrup Co." Adv.
AMUSEMENTS
Cotillion Hall
lit Off Wasalsgtoa
2 HALLS 2
2 ORCHESTRAS 2
A Real Dance Follow the Crowd
TOMORROW
Big Double Attraction
WALLACE ROD In '
"LESS THAN KIN"
And Charlie Chaplin in
TUMINQ HIS MOVIES."
Alee Path News
CIRCLE THEATRE
FOURTH AT WAaHINTM -
3
Dancing
Tonight
AMUSEMENTS
SEASON'S EVENT
VERDICT LAST WIGHT
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141711 JC Broadway at Taylor
Mala 1 sad A lift
Tonigk 8:15 JS?"
Special Fries Mat. Tomorrow, tilt.
ittw ft f stiAfi tro
'scoiaiCTrilK.
jTT - -.- -Mreuirantirteii etmH
A SOCIETY COMEDY SATIRE
E re's Floor S B alcosy IM, 1 1
CaL lie. tie. Bat Mat. to JOe-
T1CKETS NOW SELLING
', CITY oMrt.RECD NOW
HEILIG NEXT WEEK
Thr Frl- IIADPU C 7 Q MAT.
Sat. Evet.
,. uiniiwii wf i f w . sat.
BICHABB
CARLE
Exeelleat I
Cast
Bcasty I
Chorea f
BRILLIAWT
MUSICAL COMEDY
"FURS AND FRILLS"
CATCHY MELOBIKS
SUPEBB PaODTJCTIOJtr
EVE'B Floor. 11 rows $8.
7 rows $1.60. Balcony, 9
rows $1.00, 13 rows 75c. Ual-
lsrv BOc
SAT. MAT Floor, $1.00. Balcony $1,
75c, 50c.
50TE Mall Orders Filled Before
Ticket Office Kale Opes. Add IS per
cent war tax te price ticket desired.
Inclose self-addressed stamped en
velope to nelp latere safe rctara
tack Compeer
SPECIAL !
Extra Matinee
SATURDAY
10 A. M
25c
FOR THI SCHOOL CHIlDRI!
aaaerice'e Foremost Flay of JTodajr.. ;i .
Daddy Long Legs
Br Jean Webster. First Ume at popular
prices.
Evening 55a. 80c Mats., 2Se (ta;
NEXT THI WORLD" FAMED
GRUMPY
The Real Jazz
ALSO
Jamet Dewey Washington
Original Entertainer
DANCE TONIGHT
ttl Morrison
te Coo pie
Attention
, Com
Welcome Homo
Our Boys of the
Fighting 65th
Tonifht
COTILLION HALL
Two Hall Two Orchestras
GO ROLLER
SKATING
THE
Oaks Skating Rink
Every Afternoon and
Evening
Ladles' Night Every Monday
Take' Cars First and
Alder
I
IS
LAST DAT I
The Spender
. WITH
Bert Ly tell
TOMORROW
'"TWo Brides"
1
APOLLO
Dancers
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sUsnBnaaMK
AMUSEMENTS
PHOTOPLAYS
THI SBLtOTIO KIRD
IPP0DR0I.IE
VAUDEVILLE
ALWAYS COOD
MOST TIMB.S QP.C.AT
4th Popular
SUNDAY '-FEATURE lt P. M.
26 PIECE ORCHESTRA 26
S. W. ItOHEBEOOK
Conductor
PROGRAMME
a. The Sons' of the Mountain f from
the Mountain Suite) McCouh
b. The Butterfly (duo for flute and
clarinet) Bendlx
C. Song- Oeod-Nlffht, Sweet Iream
Blschoft
W. J. Elliott, Sololat,
d. Underneath the Stars Spencer
e. Good-Bye. France.... Irving Berlin
Come Early Doort Opes 111 II p. m.
nUHHISUNAI IIU
tPtAYS THAT PLt-ASn
TOMOHT AT 8tS
"WITHIN THE LAW
tin
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Tbe Mett YllsJ Seatatlotal Drama
. - Ever Wrlttes
Price! 25V SOeS 60
NEXT "A TEXAS STEER"
VALESKA
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Praaantr Harsslf la
. "THI PURPLg rOPr"
Prlnwo Fsur-f Waltart ens' Wsltarsi e
Potxrv grtt's Nevslt Clreusl Anftur
Wsnisf ana IMayballe Palmeri Major
ft heads ! Thraa BsnnsU Slstaril OfiHtum
Trevel Wsaslyi Klneeramsi News Heel
Luis.
THIS SHOW OLOSgS WITH TMC C
MATINgg, WgD MAROM. ....... 9 ,
Annual Municipal Bdl
" Public Auditorium r
Monday, March 3
DAKCING ii r..ir. TO 11
Largest Dance Floor in the
Northwest v
Last dance while 2,0i)0-foot hard
wood floor Is down.
ADMISSIO.V 55e. '
Auspices City of Port I end
. ETEBTBODT WELCOME
PANTAGEG
ii MAT. DAILY 2 530 IW
TWCLVC TALLT-MO SIRLg,
. Vaudarllle's Blftsat Weevae't Sane.
Ia a sXrws of Musiaal jaastcrpiaeas,
OTMgR BIO AOTS-
Thrse rsrfcrsaaaece DsJl. . Mtcbt Cartels
........ t ee4 i -- . .
J TOMORROW, I
THE CHAIN OF
DU3T
-mnd Gdterion
I...T..V I
picked
WITH , ,J
. MABZ1L