Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 14, 1908, Page 10, Image 10

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DRAMATIC AND SOCIETY NEWS
OAILr CAPITA JOUIUkAL, MAI49K, OmmQOX. SATURDAY, MARCH 14, W.
AMUSEMENTS!
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Of A Mil OjHWI JlHlft
IkUurday, March 14. Black Crook
Mosday, March lSLeo Wlllard,
In "The Country Scjolre,"
ThBrsday, March 19 "No Mother
to Guide Her,"
Saturday, March 21 "Corning
Thro' the Rye." '
Tuesday, March 17 U'Ron on tho
Direct Primary.
Friday, March 27 "The Burgo-utastcr."
AtHtftoHam Roller Rlitlc.
Morning, afternoon and ovcnln?
neesJOBM. ,
Tins Vsu4ettc.
Moving pictures and . Illustrated
IP, every afternoon and cvonlag
metft Suaday and Monday after
wrens.
The NlckcJodloii.
Moving pictures and Illustrated
tM afUrooas,and nvenfogs.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
JNO. P, COIIDRAY, MQIt.
SATURDAY, MARCH 14
MILLER AND PL01IN.
Present tho grand old spectacle
The New
Black Crook
A special production for tho faro
well tour.
Magniflcont scenery, beautiful cos
tames, picturesque ensembles, das
sling transformations, nurrounded
by sensational novelties from 13u
top. Everything now, notliliiK old.
Prices, fl.GO, $1.00, 75c, 60c.
eat sale at box offlcc Saturday, 0
a.
Grand Opera House
JtDHN F. COKIRAV, Mr.
MONDAY, MARCH Id
M. LCt WILLARD
And Hfas KasterH Comply
Presenting tho Delightful and
Refreshing OH Fashioned
Comedy
"Tie Country Squire"
Frlcea, $100, 75c, 50c, 2 tic.
gtoat sale at boxoe Monday at, 9
A. M.
BLACK CROOK
WONDERFUL ,
EXTRAVAGANZA
foresting Melodrama, It commanded
attention from tho critics and on ac
count of' Its spectacular nature, It
was attacked by the sensational
clergy, less liberal than they arc to
day, which latter fact favo It per
haps raoro prominence and popular
ity than it would otherwise have- en
joyed. Consequently It had a "run'
Id Now York city that has scarcely
bcon equalled in modern times. In
tho present production, Messrs, Miller
and1 Plobn have retained many of
tho old features which mado the
"Crook" so popular, but havo added
many now ones as well. so great
was tho success of the revival of this
ncvor-ondlng exlrevnganra last sen
son under this mnnngem nt that it
has boon docldod to contlnuo It In
definitely. Many changes from last
yoar havo boon mode and almost an
entirely now dress has been given it
as far as sconory and costumes nro
concerned. Several new musical
numbers havo aLso been added
Leo Wlllard Ih "Tin? Country Squire."
On next Monday night Ixjo "Wlllard
and his excellent company of some
IK eastern players cornea to the
O rati (I opera house In tho delightful
comody "Tho Country Squire." In
speaking of thin company and tho
play tho Soattlo Times- of February
ICth nays: "'Tho Country Squire nt
tho Boaltlo thoator wnB high-class
acting; a blondlng of honlthy humor
and pathos bo natural and froo from
maudlin sontlpiont as to cut deep,
plain ovoryJny Now England Hcenes
familiar to hundreds On hundrols of
Stntllo people nnd a tondor dollnen
lion of life In Vermont a quarter of
a esntury nno. make 'Tho Country
Squlro by far ami away the boHt play
that linn been in Seattle this soanon
" 'Tho Ccmntry Squlro' Is a sln
plo, and clean, and an full of heart
Interest as 'Tho Old Homestead.' It
Ih a comedy and tho story around tho
play nenrcoly has any plot. It Is
juot everyday llfo among slmplo folk
who plnco tho lllt'o affnlr of their
community for nbovo tho affairs of
tho nation oo far as interest Is ron
cornod. And soolna' tho play one
doo.t not wonder that this is so If It "
dovolonos big. gentle. Htrong char
acters Hko that of 'Joromlnh nas
oil.'
" 'Tho Country Squire' was writton .
by J, A. Kent, a San Francisco nows-.
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papor iijati nun rmr. niiu, n i
In throe nets, and brings In' all of tho
many Mniquo cnaraciors inai weni
to raako up lito In Now England
years ago, from 'Hiram Hopkins tho
farm boy who shows bis appreciation
of tho world from an open-mouthed
standpoint, to 'Lot Thorn,' tho narrow-minded,
bigoted lovable- old dea
con, wIiobo church and family ruako
up tho sum and substanco of bj existence-."
imunltles for a long; time, In many
'places return dates wero arranged
with the result that tho theaters in
every instance- were Bold solidly In
advanco within a few hours of the
opening of tho sale. No greater cvi
denco of tho attractive qualities of a .
performance could bo given than this '
and wo are to havo the production in
every detail which achieved this re-)
markablo success, anticipation of
tho most pleasurable kind may be!
freely indulged In. "Coming Thro't
the Rye" is a musical comedy which
scenery, costtimes and other adjuncts
of tho production are described as In
comparably beautiful. That this will
be ono of the distinctive great events
of the amusement season hero goes
without saying and It would bo ex
treme'y advisable to procure Beats
as far In advanco as posslblo In order
to avoid disappointment. This may
bo regarded as a trite assertion to
make in connection with a theatrical
offering, but in this instance it Is
wholly warranted1.
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C08NE STATE ANO UBERTY STREETS
File Solitary Diamonds aad
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On of the IIorhCUs Ih "Tho IHsck O'ook," at tho Orand Tonight.
"Tho Ulaok Crook" is to bo tho
attraction at tho Ornnd this evening.
This annouhevment 4Q years oko
would have been suftloloiu to crctvto
a stir in rheator-Rolng ulrcJos, great
er than tho comiiiK of any of the most
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When "Coming Thro' tho Kyo" is
presented at tho Ornnd opera houso
Saturday, March 21, theater-goers of
this olty will havo on opportunity to
wltnoss ono of the vary great musical
comedy successes that has eror been
presontod In this country, it will bo
iivn hont with tho orlulnnl com-
pany of 80 comedians, singers and
dancers, and with an equipment or
scenery and oostutne and electrical
offsets such as is raroly wsod by trav-
lelllng domwaBlM. Whrevr this
i
proiluottoH was sse ht season It
uchlimHl a doKree of kusowm which
' mails It the talk of the various corn
's
Mrs. P. E. Fullerton
Salem's LcoJIrui Milliner
X NOW UKARV VOW Sl'ltlXO
RVHIXUSH WITH 1,UW AS
rfORTMKM'.S NU HHST VAI.
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211 N. CsMstercial St.
Is snld to keep au audience laughing
Immoderately from tho beginning to
the end of tho performance and its
musical numbers arc described as
being exceptionally raolodlous and to
contain many numbers which are so
"catohy" that they nro quickly
caught up and remembered. The
great company Is headed by Mr.
Frank Lalor, a comedian wbo rates
with DoWolf Hopper, Frank Danlols
nnd others of that kind. Ho in
assisted by a large number of fun
makers and vocalists who havo
nchlevod renown and tho assisting
choruB nnd ballet, numbering CO or
more, is said to bo tho most attrac
tive assemblage of sweet-faced, grace
ful girls that has over been brought
togothor in one organization, Tho
"No Mother to Oulde Her."
On Thuisdny, March Id, tho big
sonsatlonal melodrama "No Mother
to Guldo Her" will hj the attraction
at tho Grand opera houso.
I Tho plcco tolls a story of strong
heart Interest. Though bordering
at time) upon tho oxtremsly Henna
tlonal, still, there Is throughout tho
( action raid to ba plenty of laughter
providing comedy Intorspersed and
thero Is nothing Inconsistent or un
natural in ths production. The man
agement has provided tho play with
'special sconery and Ingenious me
ghanlcal effects. Ono of the most
"TIim Hurfcoinnster" Coining.
Frosh In an entirely now nnd
sconlc dross nnd with new costumes,
comes "Tho Durgomnstor" to the
Grand opera house in tho near future
In this son&on's new edition not only
vlll tho stngo equipment be entire
ly new and with tho two stars, Ous
Wolnburg nnd Ruth White, who wero
the orlglnnls in the leading rolCH,
several old favorites will bo seen.
Mnnngor Wm, P. Cullen, under whoso
nblo direction this new edition of
IMxIoy & Ludcr's mimical ninnter
pleco will bo presented, has spared
neither pains nor money to mako this
season's production a most lavish
ono.
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UNIFORM
RANK "
K. OF P. ORGANIZE
ant recoption and smoker i
by James Walton, Jr , at Mibj
bio home, in honor of thepmj
Drig. Gen. Hoyt, and a db&J
members of the uniform mi
present.
Tho evening was most
Bpont in social chat and forlhc'
desired to smoko thero were
tobacco, cigars and cigarettes I
fusion. An enjoyable lunch oJ
wiches, cheese, pickles, ce'.tr
coffeo was spread In the dlnbi
and at a Into hour these refreia
wero partaken of.
Tho tlmo passed all too
and nt midnight hour each d
for their respective home,
enjoyed tho occasion and tbe
tallty of host Walton.
1'li'nsnnt Reception nnd Smoker
Given nt the Hospitable Home of
Jumcw Wulton, Jr.
pleasing foatures of tho bIiow Is tho
largo number of specialties that aro
given. This Is a play that-wlll pk'aso
tho ladlos as well as tho gallery gods.
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(Tillamook Herald.)
Brigadier General Laurel M. Hoyt,
uniform rank Knights of Pythias, of
Hlllsboro, came in on tho steamer
KImore during the past week and
on Wednesday night tho brothors of
tho order wore assembled at the
Kn'ghts hall and tbe officers of tho
uniform rank wero Installed.
General Hoyt delivered a very lm
presslvo talk on tho strength of tho
order and the recognition that It had
had from tho United States govern
ment, which was listened to atten
tively by every member present.
Tho following officers wero elected
nrJ Instnlled: Arthur Stlllwell, cap
tain; Uolllo Watson, 1st lieutenant;
T. R. Hundley, Jr., 2d lieutenant;
Jrwlw Harrison, 1st sergeant; James
Walton, Jri, 2nd sergeant.
The uniform rank has onrolled
about 30 members and the outlook
for tho future is very promising for
futur increase in the rank.
On Thursday evening a very pleas-
1 EASTERN OREGON
I IS ALL
Ocorgo F. Goodall, secret
tho railroad commission, ttt
'. from an Investigation trip
Daker City, La Grande, Pe
and surrounding country J
morning nnd report conduit
that part of tho iae, akij
been rather bad since tbe Bti
flurry, an Improving very mm
prospects of ono of tbe WMtj
crona In years. The raJIroWi
panleB aro carrying a normal
titv of frleght. which Is Tery
aging compared with saddts ;
taken a month or so ago
Secretary Goodall alto repori
lumbor Industry conditions
ing with tho prospects of nusr
mills, which have been cioiw i
onenlnc un In the near fuUrt
Palmer Lumber company's j
near La Grande is running to M
capacity, employing In tbe Hi
hood of 300 men
Perhaps the people would l
pltr without Dr Hrousn"
on "How to Bo HapPJ
1
MRS. RiCHAKD M'CREERY.
There are few women la Nw York's leadlug xial ttt more bandsosss
than Mr. Hlchatxl Mci'reery, wbo formerly was Lady Grey-Bserton. She Is
aot oaly iwpular la the New YorX and Newport clreJe. but she also has a
host of friends In soctoty tn UmIoiu Many X thee were In aixlent sympathy
with her when &ke ottAi a dlvuree rrew Sir IVrey Qrey-Kgertoa a few
years aa Ba U a daushter of Major WayHe Cler.
NEW MILLINER
SPRING 1918
TRIMMED HATS
I.vWy treat Ions, all the newest designs, nwterW
lent quality. Trimmed ly Jlrst-rfa.s trlimiKTS, crj
prlcts.
ARTIFIflAI FLOWERS
wvvfcBBvai asi ,issi bm m " TV J
Sohvtwl fnm tho lwt donxtie and imported ,K tjl
Itirgtt and lHst ns..ortient Over brought to al-o.
flower and foliage. Little prlctvi.
Fancy Hat Pins and Ornaments, all the ,Mf ,hlBS
prices.
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Large and Well Selected Stock
Lowest Prices in H State of Oregon
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