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8 P E O I A L O HAUTAUQU At D I T I O N
Speak (or your ticket
now. It start two
wccki from tomorrow
Get your War Stamps V'n- '
before Jane Zstb
and put Gilliam orer
before Jane 28th ' V .
CONDON, OREGON, JUNE U. 1918
Noted Japan Scholar, Author ana
Lecturer on Japan-Amr
Dr. Tomanioto woo educated la tho
universities of both Japan and tho
United States, hoi wrtttta several au
thoritative book on tho relations of
tho two countries, and I perhaps bet
tor fitted than any other road on tho
platform to bring thla vital subject to
Few subjects are mor Important la
tho public mind at tho present time
than tho ono concerning our relations
Chautauqua Audiences to Hear New York City
; Marine Band
Or, Mlnosaku Toshl Yamamoto.
with Japan. And perhnps few subjects
aro leas understood. It will bo a pleas
uro at Chautauqua to hear Dr. Minn
saku Touhl Yamamoto, Japanese schol
ar, author and lecturer, discuss thess
problems from an Impartial stand
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CHARMING ENTERTAINER""" "
Elsie Mao Gordon Cxools In Child lm
Probably no reader baa aromed
mors genulno enthusiasm or glrea
deeper enjoyment than Elsie Ma Gor
don with her appealing charm, rare
artistry and versatility. Gifted with
a voice of wonderful range, rich Qual
ity and a dramatic Instinct that makes
her characters fairly live before her
. Two years ago the New York City Miirlno Band made a tour of the West and were enthusiastically received by the music loving audiences In the
larger dtles. Their engngcmeiit for u second Wentrn trip for 1018 over the Chautauqua circuit Is a notable one. This Is the same band which for sev-,
oral seasons past has been In such dt-mnud for conventions and big gatherings In the East and has achieved an unusual record for repeated engagementa
at Palisades Psrk In New York. . ' '
Tho director, Mario Lo Zlto, Is one of America's foremost bond loaders, the oldest brother and most widely known of the famous Italian family of
that name. Tho soloist with the band Is to be Mary Adi-I Ilnys, the New York coloratura soprano, who captivated Chautauqua audiences last year. Miss
Hsys has been returned ss soloist on the exprexs request of town after town. She has a glorious voice that renders tho most difficult coloratura arias
With easo, and a charming personality that Inxtantly wins every audience.
Elslo Mao Gordon.
audiences. Miss Gordon's program at
Chautauqua will be one of tho most
enjoyable events of the week. As a
child impersonator she Is Inimitable
her "kiddle" characters live knr in
tho memory of every ono who hears
mem. . : .
Chautauqua to Present Apollos
Famous Concert Company, Headed by Arthur Wells, Give Two Programs on the
' . Opening Day
Beatrice E. Heskett to Glvo Lecture
During Chautauqua Week.
. Beatrice E. Heskett, who lectures at
Chautauqua on health and physical
culture, 4s eminently .fitted to cover
this subject In a practical and compre
hensive manner. A graduate of Wel-
I lesly, Instructor In Physical Culture at
War Pictures Coming
Remarkable Views Straight from the . Fighting Zone
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There Is probnbly no better known musical organization lit the Lyceum or Chautauqua world than the Apollo
Concert company. For a dor.en years this company, under the leadership of Arthur Wells, has been piling up a rec
ord of successes in every sluto and territory of the Union. They are to open Chautauqua this year with two smash
lug programs featuring the Apoltophone. n specially constructed Instrument, embracing the be.t qmilltles of the
mniimbnphone nnd xylophone. Their program Is of Infinite variety, saxaphono quartets, banjo, trombone, viola and
vocul solos, planologues, readings and cusemble numbers.
Hawaiian Music at Chautauqua
Moana Vierra Brings Singers and Players
Miss Beatrice E. Heskett.
the Physical Department of the Y. W.
0. A. in both Lincoln, Neh nnd Port
land, Ore., she has now been drawn to
the platform that she may reach a
wider field. Her lecture on every-day
health Is, above all, practical a sane
and helpful message that every man,
woman and child should hear.
The most remarkable set of war pictures which the country affords will
be shown at Chautauqua by Henry Warren. Poor, expert photographer and
well-known lecturer. Mr. Poor's collection has been secured In two trips to
the war cone and through his particularly fortunate position as head of tho
Slide nnd Color Department of the great photographic firm of Underwood A
t'nderwood. He is the first to see and select from the vast amount arriving
each week from Europe.. ...... .
His lecture has been voiced by Eastern papers as one of the most In
formative and interesting of the platform. The views shown Include trench
systems, Pershing and "our boys," liquid Are, gas Waves, Zeppelins, subma
rines and how destroyed, shell exploding on R helms cathedral, methods of
camouflage, tanks; in fact, wy new wonder of the-great war.
JOYOUS MUSIC AT CHAUTAUQUA
The pure music of tho Hawaiian Islands as It Is played and sung In the native huts of Hawaii will be featured In
. two concerts at Chautauqua by Moana Vlorra'a Royal Hawaiian quartet. The unusual pqmilttrUy of Hawaiian music
p tho past few yMMWihflsJd to the organization of many companies, but few of these; compare with the quartet
brought to this country by Moana Vierra. This g!fted young lady Is a descendant of one of the oldest Hawaiian
families, and is n favorite la both the social and luunlcal worlds of Honolulu.' . ,
j A flash of the most delightful vocal music a beautiful solo perhaps, or a pleasing duet or quartet followed by
an equally delightful program of .Instrumental numbers violin, cello or piano solo,-Instrumental duets, quartets
and ensemble numbers such Is tha program of the Schubert Berenaders, to be presented on tho lac day of the Chan
auqua. Probably no other organisation of six young ladles combines In Itself as much artistic talent as does the
Schubcv- Few. programs offer such originality, such a varied and ever-changing succession ot melody fcM enter-