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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, OREGON
FRIDAY, "-MARCH 5. IZZV.
SOCIAL . SATURDAY, MARCH 26
tage Hcreen ikmttv - Clubs
SATURDAY. MARCH 26
Oreeon Civic league at the Hotel Benson at IS o'clock.
Delta .Gamma tea atthe )iom or Mrs. oustavs wruere.
The dance of the Tillicum club Is postponed until April
Colonel John Leader. Subject,
Recent Impressions ot Ktigtand and
Bowlers in Rose
nr Helen Hatrhlsoa
THE bowling department of the Rose
City Parlt club will hold its annual
dance at the Rose City fara ciuonuuw
l'ifiiu)vn1h street and Bandy boule-
I vard, this evening;. All members and
t hir wivox tr invited to attend. The
1 affair will be preceded by a number of
informal dinner parties..
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Mrs. Fenton E. drigsby has as" her
.' Iioum nrueiit. her sister. Mrs. Nellie Ley-
man of Corvallls, who is house mother
' at the Gamma Iota house at me urrgon
: Agricultural college. Monday " evening
Mr. and Mrs. Origsby were hosts for a
. riinr honortnz Mrs. layman, wnen
, .nvra wr rtlar-ed. ' for 12 guests,
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Grlgsby en
tertained at tea informally for the vis
itor. Thursday evening Mrs. . w. An
ley asked a few friends In 4or bridge for
Mrs. Ley man and -Mrs. .Jofih eckwith
Invited a small number' In for .the tea
hour this afternoon-for her. '
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Guests on the Reed college campus
during the past week Include Mrs. M. tu.
' i;uck of ttutte, Mont, mother of Dor
othea Buck, popular Reed sophomore.
Mrs. Buck timed her Malt to include the
spring vacation which will be spent, at
the beach. At Reed she has been at
tending classes and looking oft at vari
ous student activities. Miss liuck is one
of several graduates of the Butte high
school who have chosen Reed college
for their higher education.
Mr. and Mrs.'john A. Lalng and Mr.
and Mrs. U. S. Martin wera host for a
dinner dance recently given in honor of
Mr. end Mrs. Samuel Barnes of Seattle.
Mr. Lain? and Mr. Martin aodvtheir
guest of honor were classmates at Dart
mouth college, Hanover, N. H Mr.
William Jennings of Seattle and Mr.
Henry Boyce of this city, also Dart
mouth men, shared honors with Mr.
Miss Louise Small, whose marriage to
Mr. deonre It. Sailor will be an event
cf April 16, was honored Thursday at an
Informal tea for which Mrs. Lewis Ir
vine Thompson was hostess at her home
on Portland heights. This afternoon
Mrs. L. A. i Aodrus was hostess for: a
similar affair. - Mrs. W. K. Knox has
planned an Informal tea for Saturday
afternoon to honor Miss Small.
The last lecture of the Junior league
course, which was postponed on account
of the absence of Dr. Kicnara uuienunt,
w ho was to be the speaker, will be given
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Hamilton F. Corbett at Ewahwe.
The lecture will begin at 3 o'clock and
will ba followed by tea. Dr. Dillehunt
will give the address of the afternoon.
Miss Elisabeth Martin, who returned
Tuesday from Seattle where she has
-been a student' at the University of
Washington, will be hostess this evening
for an Informal dinner party at her home,.
at Meldrum station in honor of Miss
Adele Jones, who is also home for the
Easter holidays. Miss Mildred Seufert
will entertain Informally lor Miss Jones
Mrs. K. M. Wade will have as her
' house guests for the coming fortnight
' her mother, Mrs. R. W. Stanley, and sis
ter, Mrs. A. B. Gidley, of MarshfieUL
Several affairs are being planned for
their pleasure during their stay In the
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Miss Margaret Johnston is at home
with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Wflson
Johnston,' f or the "Easter vacation. She
arrived Thursday morning from Seattle,
; where she is attending the University of
Washington, and has as her house guest
Miss Eileen Reddy of .Medford.
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', Peter A. Porter circle,- Ladies of the
; G. A. R-, will give .a - card party this
; evening at the home of Mrs. Severs at
t 74 Wlnchell street, instead of At the home
s of Mrs. Lacy, as originally planned. Take
:. Kenton car. .
Miss Katherine" Miller, 'who Isa stu
. dent at the University, of Washington,
' is a visitor inthe- c,lty -and isvthe. guest
' of Mrs. -Etna .Hansom at Alexandra
? Court for the sprint; holidays., j
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Interesting visitors In Fertland are Mr..
' and Mrs. A. W. Bowman pfc Omaha,
Is'eb., who are guests at the home ot their
son and daughter-in-law; "l5r. and Mrs.
Harold Leonard Bowman, at their home
' in Market street Mr. and Mrs. Bowman
have been spending a month in Califor
I nla and expect to remain in Portland at
' least a fortnight longer. ...-- -
Mrs. Gustave - Bruere will be hostess
i (or a tea Saturday afternoon for the
members of Delta Gamma Alumnae
The Finnish government Is buildTng
- superphosphate and sulphuric acid fac
tories, most of the raw materiala for the
latter being found In that country." "
gBeaggggii i i 1 1 ' i. .j
For the "dearest
. little girl"
Easter blossoms are no
. sweeter or'n-hiter' than"
these dainty little frocks
for girls from l;to 4
years.; ,v ; . .
Qrgandies, batistes and'
voiles in charming mod
els, lace trimmed.'
Priced low for Easter
selling at from 0
$4 to $12
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Chemise and Draped Waistline
In spite of the somewhat astonishing
lengths and widths to which the crino
lined frocks of taffeta for afternoon and
evening wear may go, the conservative
street frock retains Its straight, slender
silhouette with an occasional circular
ruffle or graceful drapery to relieve the
severity of line. The chemise waistline
of the frock at the left and the softly
draped waistline of the gown v opposite
iiirse irwms particularly aaapiea
to such fabrics as Canton crepe. Geor
gette crepe, crepe marocain, silk twill,
Industry j Plans Gain
Growers f ! I n t e r e s t s
Seattle. March 25. (U. P.) Com
mittees engaged In working out prelim
inary details for the formation of a
110,000,000 canning. Industry for Wash
ington nd j Oregon , declared yesterday
that they are being showered with sug
gestions from berry 'growers and others
In both states. ; .
"W. Hi Paulhamus. president of the
Puyallup and . Sumner Fruit Growers
association, pointed out that the prob
lems of clearing logged-off lands in the
state would be ..helped by the added in
ducement to growers .to produce. He Bald
growers in the Puyallup valley had made
from 11000 to J2000 an, acre, net, in the
past two years, j
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'Heads Win' Brings
Out Big Audience
"Heads Win" was the title of an edu
cational six reel film shown Thursday
night at The Auditorium, under the aus
pices of the Portland offices of the In
ternational Correspondence schools. The
film was produced by the Universal
company and the story deals with the
life and aspirations of an inconspicuous
lathe worker, who is earnestly pursu
ing his education ; ' by correspondence.
Through the medium of his studies God
frey obtains such a grasp on knowledge
of electrical engineering that he is en
abled to save his employers ; a large
amount - of money . and wins; for him
a promotion, The program was bal
anced with a popular comedy ' feature.
fl J For Easter M II!
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The , ;
H oliday of Flowers
A) magnificent display of fine Flowering
Plants in potsand baskets will greet visitors
to our Floral Shop the present week.- : ( 1: .
Nothing finer or more beautiful. -
I" EASTER GIFTS -
An unusually large assortment of Fine Cut Flowers also
on hand.; .
Popular Prices Free Gty belivery
287 Morrison Street
foulard, 'or tub fabrics such as ponge,
Shasi, Woo-sunga. or cotton voile. The
frock at the left offers a charming way
of combining handkerchief linen or ba
tiste with a heavier, woven linen in a
deeper tone. The detail of drapery in
frock at the , right, which is really : no
more than a combination of the back
blouse panel, ; la worthy ,of a second
(Cpprriiht, , 1921. by- The
..-. - New York;)
For FaitMuF Work
In" Fire Department
Corvallis, March 25. F. F. Butt, Ar-
thur G. Allen. S. W. McHugh, George
Spence and C. L. Son were awarded
diplomas Wednesday for seven years of
faithful service In the city fire depart
ment. The diplomas bore the signatures
of Mayor N. R. Moore, -T. R. Graham,
fire ; chief ; E. j F. " Maiden, president of
the ii reman a i association, and " H. L.
kRickard.- ; . . ; . -i -
Mrs, Cassandra Bryant, 65, , died
Wednesday. She was born in Corvallls
April: 18, 1855. a daughter of Hamon C.
lsewis, Oregon pioneer. Surviving chil
dren are Mrs. Cecil Crost and Dewey
Bryant of Corvallls, Dick Bryant of
Paulina, Cassius Bryant of Lebanon and
George Bryant of Bend. ...
Miss Twilla Lytton of New York city.
national student secretary of the Iflrst
Methodist church, is a guest of Rev. and
Mrs. G. II. Parkinson. :
The Independent Community club was
addressed by George W. Kable. H. E.
Cosby and BrF. Cator. V - i .-
N. Y. Easte? Trade
Eggs Cost 27 Cents
New York, March 25. (L J. S.) In
preparation for the, Easter trade, "mer
chants today reduced the retail price of
fresh, eggs to 17 cents a dozen, the
cheapest they, have sold here in 10 years.
. Blbekwood, tT.S Edlefsen's.i-Adv. f
Between 4th and 5th
Elect Their !
L- Officers .
By Telia Winner
MRS. L. K. MOOBE . was -reelected
president of the Woman's Associa
tion of the First Presbyterian church,
cne of the largest church organizations
of the city, at the annual meeting held
Tuesday,. Other officers chosen were :
Kirst vice president, Mrs. C. W. Steel:
second vice president, Mrs. F. H. Strong ;
treasurer, Mrs. Vf.r 1L Morrow secre
tary, Mrs. H. N. Nesbat ; corresponding
secretary Mrs. T. A, Sherman;. auditor,
Mrs. Buswell. The -association -ineets
every Friday in all 'day session to sew
for the ; various charitable . Institutions
of; the city. Tuesday was devoted to
sewing for charity. A cafeteria - lunch
eon was served at noon. ' ; .i:
Multnomah chapter. Daughters ot the
American Revolution, held ahtlntereat
ing meeting Wednesday, March 23,-s at
the residence of their regent, Mrs. John ;
Pearson. 740 Schuyler street. A fullVe-
port of the proceedings of the state con-'
ference held at Salem, March 19 and SO, 1
was presented. Mrs. Jeorge " M. "Reed '
read a short sketch of the life of Clara
Barton, which brought out many point
of Interest. Following the meeting tea!
was served,-Mrs. James B. Montgomery j
and Mrs. .John Keating, state regent,
presiding at the table.- " '
The Tuesday .Afternoon club met with
Mrs. H. A. Sprague. A discussion of the
subject for next year's study resulted
in a decision to give the year to the '
study of American art. under the leader
ship of Mrs. George W. Tabler as chair
man of the calendar committee, assisted
by-i Mrs William F. "Amos, Mrs. J. A.
liastman, Mrs. H. H. Fisher and Mrs. O.
T. Wherry. The program for the after
noon was- given by Mrs,-. George -W.
Tabler : A review of "Unleavened Bread"
(Grant), ; followed by a reading. The
Long Inheritance" (Comer), by Mrs.
William Cavanaugh. Refreshments were
served, the hostess' mother, Mrs., E. R.
Savage, pouring tea. . ' '
Mrs. W. H. Giles will entertain the
club members on March 29, at 809 East
The Aurora Woman's club has placed
coin receptacles at the poutof fice and
the Aurora drug store, with an appeal
for assistance for the starving people
of China and the Near East. The re
ceptacles are the same that did service
for the Red Cross and other drives dur
ing the war and after.
The Highland Parent-Teacher associa
tion will have a community gathering in
the. assembly hall of the school Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock. Walter Jenkins will
lead the community sing. Mrs. J. F Hill,
president of the Parent-Teache'r council,
will giye a talk followed by a'short pro
gram. .There will be games for both
young and old. Refreshments will be
served. All members and their friends
are' cordially invited.
Huge Chorus to
Give Concert ;Next
'4 Sunday tefnoon
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The climax of Sunday afternoon mu
nicipal concerts will be reached ' next
Sunday at 3 o'clock, when the annual
Easter concert S staged. The program
Includes a mixed chorus of 300 voices,
a girls' chorus- of 200, a boys' chorus of
100, a band of 50 pieces and two of the
city's best organists, William R. Boone
and ,Francis Rich ter.r noted -blind or
gan i8t. ' ' :! . , ... ; fi:
The choruses and band will be from
the Washington high school, having been
trained by George r. Ingram of the
department of music of the high schools
of Portland. The band of 50 pieces as
well as the choruses have been training
since last September for their appear
ance. Arrangements have been made
for elaborate stage settings and decorations.--
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TVTANY a stout woman's tragedy Is not oo much I am"
1VX 8tout" 'aa Uek itouu" And it is all the more a tra
gedy because it is unnecessary, for thru proper corseting the ctout
woman can achieve an effect of denderness. .- ' " U
Rengo Belt Reducing Corsets straighten out the hips and abdomi
nal lines, giving the desired effect of slenderncss without discom-.
fbrt. Their exclusive Rengo Belt feature and their long wearing
quality have earned them the reputation cf being ethe most eco
nomical reducing corsets ever devised;" I
::.;- . ' JUiigt Cartat mrt ' tntumicmUj friud fnm fM tt fo "
PyiN'jlGES Broadway at Aider. , Hih eUa
-TaadeviU and photoplay feature. . AXternooa
v and eienina. Program change Monday aftcr-
noon. - "t;- j- . "
LOEW'8 HIPPODEOME Broadway at Tiav
.. hilL pireotion Aekerman A. Harria, Taodo
Tille. AfUrsooo and ttiatit.' i .' " .
- STOCK " ,
BAKER Morrison at Elerati. Bakar. Stock
company in "Follyanna." . alatinea, Wediwa
, day, Saturday and -Hundan. ,2 ;8f aT"".
LTRIC Broadway and MorrftcaN tyrSo Musical
Traty company. in..."EincJjed .. for . 8td
iot." Matinee daily, 2:30: eveniug. 8:20.
UPHOTOPUTS - J
Sixth at Stark. : I Floteaca tVMot
- and Hons Petcia, in .'Xying Upa." ,11 a
m to 11.: p. m. fH . ! ,
LIBERTY Broadway at Btark. . "Tha Plaasnra
Beakara. 11 a. ... to-1 1 p.""air-
BIVUUl WasfaingtoB at Park. - Ailce Brady, in
"Out of tha Chorus. 11 a. m. to 11 p. m.
MAJKST1C Washington at Park. ,Xom Moor.
. to ,iIold Tour Uoraea,': X1 to tl
PEOPLES Wot Park at Alder. 1 Tha Kill."
11 a. m. to 11 p. m. . h I"
STAR Washington at Park,' Frank Mayo, in
"Tha Macnincest Brute." ,r lu a. m. to
11 p. a :
C1RCLK Fourth naar Washington. " A Beggar
hi Purple.". 9 a, m, to 4 o'clock the next
Biorolng". ; - L-
Officers Elected by r
.Lee Sturtevant Post
Lebanon, Or., March 25.--Lee Sturte
vant post, American Legion' has elected
the following officers : Dr. Roland P.
Miller, post commander ; Dr. N. Irvine,
vice-commander : F. : L. Shortridge, ad
jutant i Hugh Kirkpatrlck, finance ,offl
ctr ; James P Clancy, chiplatn ; Glen
Richards, sergeant at arm ; executive
board. Max Stewart, Glenn Wallace, Dr.
Booth, Jr. Shenk of Sweet -Home and
Dr. Wood, State Adjutant Rivers spoke.
'Star lodge, X. O. O. F., was host Thurs
day night to a large gathering of mem
bers and visitors at Thieljhall in Kil
lingsworth avenue. Members from Villa,
North Portland, Woodlawni Camas and
other lodges were present. Grand Master
Ambrose H. Johnson, M. D., was one
of the participants In the ceremonial,
receiving 18 applicants for the Degree
of Truth, er third, degree, given by the
S tar team. Harry W. Wright, noble
grand of Star lodge, presided, assisted
by C F. Lathrop. vice grand. The pa
triarchs . militant of canton Portland
commanded by Lieutenant Colonel A. , J.
Waltbers. Major E. Woertendyke and
Major F.vPH. Mills, gave; a spectacu
lar drill. Noble Grand SL C, Blair,
North Portland lodge ;' George A. iroung,
Samaritan lodge ; A. J. Stephenson, Villa
lodge; J. H. Hart, woodlawn lodge;
J. A. Alford, chief patriarch of Golden
Rule encampment ; Senator J. D. Lee,
past grand ' ;. Captain H. A. i Circle, past
grand,, and other prominent; members of
the order were present. A banquet was
served following the presentation of de
The dance given jointly by, the Pythian
Snsters and . the D. KJ K. ' patrol
Thursday night at the Pythlarr" building
was much enjoyed by a large number
of members and - visitors,
Royal circle. Neighbors of! Woodcraft,
Wednesday evening had a large attend
ance and a number of visiting members
from other states made brief addresses.
The guards are drilling in Royal circle
after every meeting to prepare for the
contest next fall when the Gran's circle
will meet in Portland.
Columbia lodge, A. F.- and A. M.,
entertained the famous police degree
team Thursday night at the Pythian
temple and the degree of Master Mason
was conferred under the direction of
Sergeant A. K. Gordon , as; worshipful
master. Many visiting members of the
fraternity; thronged the hall and after
the- Ceremonies a banquet was served
with W. T. Fletcher, master of Columbia
lodge, as toastmaster.- , (
In Play i
'TTOBSON '3 CHOICE.? played by a
-"L-Reed college cast-, at the Little
theatre Thursday evening, wis acclaimed
exceptional as an amateur production.
The concluding performance will be
given Saturday evening. The theatre
was. filled , at the -opening performance
of the popular comedy.-' :
The cast, - selected "and .: coached -hy
Edmund C. Bechtold, Reed's enthusias
tia dramatic leader, played with: all the
finesse of. experience. . Profesnpr-Bechtold.
who coached "Hobson'a Chokje at
the- University ot Kansas,, is credited
with much of last evening's succesq Out
standing in r the cast - were ; Howard
Smyth, ConsuelQ McMillan and Forrest
Foster. - Smyth, a Reed sophomore, was
especially good, and his transformation
under the direction of his - better half,
played, by Miss McMillan, president of
the Reed club. nv th. niuv mnih
humor. Foster carried a difficult role as
iioDson, who, perforce, succumbed to his
own daughter. His i performance was
excellent; .- ' ' -.
Alice Abbott anrl Marnivl XT a r-Atnn-
were well ' cast as Hohson's : younger
aaugniers.. Theodore - steffen? Reed
freshman, surprised his college class
mates as a dappet-,young attorney with
a neatly-trimmed mustache, and his
partner, William Scott, who was Fred
Beanstalk In the play, gave a successful
ponrayai. james Hamilton, as Dr. Mc
Farlane, demonstrated histrionic ability
in a minor part, as did Nancy Gavin,
Jacob Holzman, Philip Adams and Ruth
Ifae Storevsof Individual Shops
of thGreater Liebes'
Anniversary Sales. f
A day for the miss to
shop as .well as .the
; Phenomenal Knit
Silk Underwear Values ,
The beautiful and practical, combined .with low
prices, in Underwear of unusual("wearing quaftT"'
ties and exquisite appearance.- ? " r. sl -
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Kayser Silk Bloomers ,
Marvel Values at .
Kayser Bloomers in tlelicate "flesh tints, alwa
desirable for the. dainty fiss. Elastic at 1nce
and waist, Regular $3,95 values. (Some slight
ly imperfect.) .. . "
Kavser Silk Vests
Marvel Values at
Attractive silk knit Vests in bodice top styles
and matching bloomers. Priced exceptionally
Jow to interest the Miss. (Some slightly imper
fect.) Beautiful Blouses
v Bought Especially for This Sale
New arrivals. A gorgeous array of handsome
Blouses, especially adapted to the Miss for sport :
or suit wear. Remarkably good values at this
low price.: " ', )
Misses' Slip -
Smart Little Sport Sweaters which may be worn
. for street,, school or outing wear.
! Very smart colors.
Featured in Every Department
BRQA0WV 'AT MORRISON A
Chambers. Madelaina Steffen, coatumer
for the Drama club, was given special
mention by v Coach Bechtold. and the
electrician. Craig Eliot, waa credited
with unusually - effective lighting ar
rangements. The play waa managed
by Muriel Nichols, and properties were;
secured by Dorothea Buck and Harold
Brownson. The proceeds Of the first
performance will probably be used Jn
furnishing the Anna M-ann cottage at
Reed college, as they far exceed the
Drama club's trfidget of expenditures for
the rest of .the season. - , ;
Wife's Skirt Rips ',
As Husband Tries to ;
:;Halt Leap to Death
Seattle, vMarch 25.--(U. P. Clutch
ing' hla .wife's skirt as she climbed out
of a fourth story window in a local
hotel this morning In a suicidal attempt,
J. Louis Johnson of Duluth, Minn., tried
to .save her -: ,
The skirt ripped and Mrs. Lena John
son hurtled" to the alley pavement, break
ing three heavy power wires In her fait
She died while being placed in an ambu
lance. She was 65 years old.
Johnson sold out his business in Du
luth several days ago and he and his
wSfe came here with a party of four
other people, arriving last night,
Carl Schmeiser and
Ella Dietz Marry
' New Era, March 25. Miss Elsa A.
Diets, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clement
Diets', and Carl . risenmeiser, son ot
Mr. and Mrs. Schnieiser.'were married
In the Lutlieran church at Oregon City
M CCD), O
Broadway at Morrison
by Kev. William KraxWgcr. tho pastor,
llelatives and a few intimate friends
were present.' The bride was attended
by Miss Meta. Wets as rnald of honor
and Miss Mary Schmeiser as brldtsmaid,
while William' Diets, brother of th
fcrlde, was best man. Following -"th
ceremony a weJding dinner was served
at the horns of the bride's parents to
about to guests. Mr. and Mrs. Schmei.
serwill make their home on a farm on
the Mo) alia road. :
Packing our coffee in
vacuum-scaled tins makes
us your neighbor. It is
just as if our factory were
next door to you.
You get Schilling Coffee
fresh and full-flavored with
all its fragrance and rich
smooth taste. None of it
gets but. It is all yours.
That's what you pay for,
and it's our business to give
it to you. y
Your Complexion :
Tha "dally tin of tha Boap ctfannes and puri
fiea tbe porea of the sain, while tb Oint
ment naed oocaalasally. aa B"Hld, aoothm
any irritation or Touch no. They ara idaal
for the toUrt. aa ia aim Cuticura Tilcam (or
powdering. It takaa tha piaca ot otliar par
funus fur .the skin. .
' Saayl Sack Vr.r Mafl. Aif- "Ortlrara la
iMlN.IKrl TS, IbMa a. Mam." SoW mtmrf
mhrri Soap. OitamtK and Tateam e.
Si yCobcara Soa ahavaa witat .
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IVIMSt'S NOVtLTT CItUS
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. . MUSICAL COMEDY
NEW MUSICAL SHOWS
MCVKR BKFORK III PORTLAND
Matlnes at t NiahU 7 and S.
' , Country 9or Utmy Tuaaday NlghL
oh or us oiRtr contut rsiosv WIQHT
JL MATIN CC DAILY -2:30. f-gJ
Alesasder PaBtage PrewnU
. "' "SEPTEMBER MORN
tVith Frank Bodd, Robert Lortmco and a BaaJ
Broadway Hrautjr Clioru. .
7 OTHR BIO ACTS 7
S SHOWS DAILY NIGHT CURTAIN 7 sn
DOUGLAS MACLEAN I
"The Rookic'5 Return"
- ALBO ARBCCKLB COMEDY,
"PATTY OUT WEST," and PATHK KEWfJ.
TOO A Y NOW PLAVIM4 lo-i.rtl- ,
MRiAOK VS. -OlVOce"
ANN ME NT, COWf Oif ft .C
PRrK tWAVO IH COLC&0"
FAIRBANKS' "Marti of Zorny Comma fj' J
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