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BpVrl " PAQE 8IX THE LOGAN REPUDLICAN SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1912
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WFl llfBI ff Attractions At
M '. 'v THEATRES '
V OPjB .READ
BBJ 4 Will appear In his own great story
BBj "Tlio Starbucks" at tlio Lyric The-
BBJ atcr, Monday Tuesday and Wcdncs-
H day nights, November 18, 19, and 20.
BB , Oplo Head Is onu of tlio most vor-
BH satllo men of today. Six (cot three
BB Inches tall, and 250 pounds In weight
BBfl a (junlua ot herculean proportions,
BBJ his very lircseuce lends enchantment
BBfl to his Btorlcs
BBfl ' You nia)1 have enjoyed his hooks
BBfl or clovor character sketches, or por-
BBB chanco havo sat within tlio sound ot
BBB his volco and heard from his own
lips tlio quaint talcs that originate
In his brain, but you do not nppre
clatq his splendid genius until you
havo wltnosscd on tlio screon his
woudqrful Bolt composure and natu
ral acting as ho Impersonates tho
charactor ot "Jasper Starhuck" In
his own, story "Tho Starbucks."
In addition to tho abovo big two
reel feature tho following oxcollent
pictures will bo shown:
"Now Curo for Divorce," "Order In
Court," and tho "Old Swimming
This Is ono of tho best programs
ever presented. Do not miss seeing
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BBBHB B t - .' stRrYjl Cn
BBft Gertrude Ritchie In "Tho Third Degree"
BK Nlbloy Hall, Friday. November 22, and Matinee Saturday November 23.
H GERTRUDE RITGHIE
BBfl Qortrudo Hltchle, who plays tho
BBfl rolo of Anulu Jeffries In the United
BBK Tlay Company's production of "Tho
BBfl Third Degree," which will ho seen
H at Nlbloy Hall November 22, was
BBflj born on tho high sea, reared on Can-
BBfl adlan border, visited In Furyilel and
BBfl now claims her homo In Texarkuna.
BK i "Most of my llfo has been spent In
Hl localities to which no ono with a
BBflJ senso of humor would rater except
Bfl as somowhoro else, and tho most of
H that time has been spent by mo
BBJ wishing that I wero somowhoro else
BBj So runs a statomont from tho clever
BBJ actress to a nowspapcr man who was
BBJ anxious to know where slio lived.
H "I was horn on an ocean liner thrco
BBJ dnjB out of 1' ranee," tho letter con-
BBJ , tlnued "My parents made their homo
BBJ on the Canadian border In that
BBJ houso our kitchen was in tho United
BH States, our parlor In tho Dominion. I
BBJ mado nn extended visit to my rein-
BH tlvcs who lived in Marydel, which
BH Ib either in Maryland or Delaware.
BBJ Now my homo Is In Toxarkana,
BH whero tho front porch Is in Texas
BHl and the hack ono In Arkansas. If
BBJ tho people who como to visit us
BH como In tho front way, I claim I am
BH- a Texan, and when anyono comes In
BH- tho back wny I tell thorn I nm an
BBJ "I h.ive been on tho stngo far sov-
BBJ' en years. My first big success was
f Kmma Brooks, in "Paid In Full." In
BBfl that play I lived In a Harlem Flat
BBfl tho first act in fair circumstances.
BBfl In tho second living In luxury then
BBJ hack to tho Harlem Flat. So It has
HHm always boon a difficult matter to
BBjj know whero I am.
BB&l "I am now In ono ot tho biggest
BH J dramatic hits of recent years, "Tho
BBJ Third Degrco." I lovo tho play and
BBJI lovo tho part ot Annlo Joffrics, and
BBB I lust Uvo tho character ot Annlo
BBJJ ovory night I play tho part."
K 8TORY REFRESHINGLY NEW
BBB j A notable foaturo ot Charles
BjB j Klein's play "Tho Lion and tho
BB Mouse," which tho United Play Com-
f Vfo.7, hringa to Nlbloy Hall oa Sat-
BBBi ' BxS,
urday Novomber 23, Is tho whole
some and distinct drawing of tho va
rious characters In tho story.
Thero cannot ho found In the play
a villain, a frivolous matron, a way
ward girl, nor an adventuress. Now
adays It Is a rare occurrenco to vis
It tho theater without having to hoar
tho doings and misdoings ot one or
more such characters on tho stage.
Mr. Kloln has displayed a keen
knowledge of what Is most desired
by tho public ot today.
Tho cleanliness of "Tho Lion and
tho Mouse," has been n hugo factor
In tho remarkahlo success enjoyed
by this interesting and well told
Btory of certain phases of America's
I THE TRAINING OF BOY8
Tho Drltlsh nation Is at last be
ing roused to tho errors In tho train
ing of boys In tho public elementary
schools of tho country. It Is now
seen that to teach a boy reading,
writing and arithmetic only, and to
dismiss him from school at 14 or
younger, without further training
either of his hands or his mind Is
suicidal for tlio boy and tho nation,
too, Inasmuch as tho lad must ulti
mately go to swoll tho ranks of adult
nondescript labor, of tho unomploj'
ablo, or oven of hooligans. Now as
far as manual training as a part of
tho schooling is concerned tho im
tldnal refuges and tho training Bhlps.
Arethusa and Chichester, of 1G4,
Shaftesbury avenue, W. C. havo
been working on these lines for tho
past I) yenii and ijlnco 3VJG wheu
tho technical school was establish
ed, It has given to tho most apt
tailors und shoemakers two years
further training in tho higher bran
ches of theso nrt3. In addition, the
lads havo had tho advantage of Im
proted tuition in the school and at
tendance nt evening technlcnl class
es In tho society's country homes
the bojs nro taught tailoring, boot
'making, carpentry, gardening, bak
ing and housework. It Is laid down
by tho commltteo that each superin
tendent must keep In touch with the
boys who leave them for three years
after their discharge and ascertain
what they are doing, and these rec
ords are carefully kept and provide
Irrefragable proofs of tho effects of
previous' training. Iho amount of
manual instruction imparted with
tho formation of business habits', tho
Inculcating of correctness ot detail,
the higher mental training given, all
go to in ko a Int. an ir.cl Igcnt work
er, and not only capable but eager
and desirous ot entering the ranks
ot tho skilled artisans. There are
certain classes of boy labor notably
mossengers, errand boys, van guards
noWBpaper vendors which simply
spell ruin to the hoys so engaged.
It Is gratifying to note that out of
the total of 243 old hoys only seven
waro van guards or messengers. The
condition of tho nation's boyhood af
ter school age Is extraordinarily
gravo and perilous. Here Is a so
ciety that for many years past has
trained lads under Its care upon
right lines, and 'each year shows an
Improvement In the Instruction giv
en, and wo ask for It Increased sup
port. London Sphere.
A. J. Bailey, a railroad engineer,
DateBVllle, Ark., says: "I suffered
with kldnoy and bladder troublo so
bad I was unablo to work. I had
such severe pains In my back I
could hardly get up. I tried sovoral
physicians with no result, but Foley
Kidney Pills havo dono wonders for
me. I recommend them to all."
Co-op Drug Company.
Joe Gepfcrt, tho second hand hook
dealer went out to luncheon Thurs
day noon, and when he got seated
at tho table In the restaurant ho
found that ho had loft' his glasses
at tho store. So he couldn't read
his newspaper. And then whon tho
waiter brought the bill of fare, Joo
couldn't read that either. So ho
squinted at It a mlnuto and then
handed It back to tho waiter.
"Here," he said, "you'll havo to
read this to mo."
Tho waiter grinned sympathetical
ly, and shook his hfad.
"Sorry, boss," ho whispered. "Hut
I ain't got no educashun neither!"
Cleveland Plain Denier.
- i - , 2 s&
Scene From "Tho L yon And Tho Moubo."
Nlbley Hall, Saturday, November 23.
"Como now, Homma," said tho
Whlto chapel bridegroom, "you'ro
goln' to s'y 'obey when you comes
to It In th' service, nln't you?"
"Wot, mo?" cried tho bride. "Mo
s'y obey to yout Why, bllmo mo,
Knnery, you ain't 'art mo slzcl"
To feel strong, havo a Rood op
potlto and digestion, sloop soundly,
and enjoy life, uso Burdock Dlood
Dlttars, tho great system tonic and
Tho handwriting on tho wall Is
Pasadena, Calif., 0. L. Parsons ot
tho Chas. II. Ward Drug Co., writes
"Wo havo sold and recommended
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
for yenrs and bollovo It to bo ono of
tho most cfTlclent medicines In tho
market. Containing no opiates or
narcotics, It can bo given freely to
children." Co-op Drug Company
The baker's bread Is not always
buttered on both sides.
Wp offer one hundred dollars re-,
ward for n,ny case of catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Wo, tho undersigned, havo known
F. J. Chonoy for tho last 15 years,
and bollovo him perfectly honorablo
In all business transactions and fi
nancially ablo to carry out any ob
ligations mado by his Qrm.
NATIONAL DANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucuous surfaces of tho system.
Testimonials sent free. Prlco 75c
ppr bottlo. Sold by all druglsts.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
Wm. L.. Cook, who was postmaster
at Nolhart, Montana, writes: "I rec
ommend Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound to all my peoplo, and thoy
aro never disappointed with It Fo
ley's Honey and Tar Compound for
coughs and colds gives tho best pos
sible results." Co-op Drug Company.
HEEKEBB COUPON 3E3E2S
KN Matinee At The Oak Theatre j
H Every day 2:30 to SPJ. R
H FREE! FREE! H
J This Coupon will Admit one Child under E3
Ml 12 Years of Age wMk
IHf On Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday Afternoon IMi
Bffi coupon EEEigi
I AT NIBLEY HALL I
; "The College Play House." !;
"The Third Degree"
i . I
l By Charles Kit en
j! Presented by United Play Company ',',
I FRIDAY NIGHT NOV. 22. 1
j: And Saturday Matinee Nov. 23. i;
: - i
"The Lion And The Mouse"
II Prices 50c to $1.50. Matinee 25c to !
j 75c. Tickets on sale at Morrell j;
Clothing Store and B. Y. College, ij
Seat sale Wednesday
$50.00 In Cash Prizes
Will be Given Away by the Consolidated Theatre Company
on or about Dec. 24th, lol2.
TRADE WITH THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS:
And ask for Coupons, as you are entitled to one with
every 25c Purchase.
American Steam Laundry Royal Confectionery
Cardon Jewelry Co. Spande Furniture Company
Howell Cardon Co. City Grocery
Howell Brothers Rabe Photo Studio
A. S. Home Drug Co. Thatcher Coal Company
Lafount Hardware Co. Thatcher Music Company
DO NOT FAIL TO DEPOSIT YOUR COUPONS
At either the Oak or Lyric Theatres and the
sooner you commence, the more chances you will
have, as no more than 10 coupons may be deposited
with one paid admission ticket.
If it is not possible for you to attend the theatres
regularly, write your name and address on the cou-
pons, and send them with a friend, as each one is
positively good for one chance on cash prizes to the I
amount of $50,00. I
MATINEE at the Oak Theatre every day 2 to I
5 p. m. Send the Coupons with the Children