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"THE PINK LADY"
But few productions in tho musical "The Belle of New York" and "Leah
comedy field equal the size and im- Kleschna," while the score is from the
portance of Klaw and Erlanger's The ' pen of Ivan Caryll, of the Gayety
Pink Lady, which is to be the attrac- theatre, London. Mr. Caryll has a
tion at the Valentine theatre, Toledo, hundred great hits to his credit, but
January 24 and 25, with a matinee on in none of them has he registered the
Saturday. success that he has with "The Pink
This newest international musical Lady."
hit in the popular field of entertain- I "The Pink Lady" is a delightfully
ment is in three acts and as many clean cut and charming performance,
scenes. Its book and lyrics were writ- with an abundance of pretty music
ten by C. H. S. McLellan, author of and good comedy. '
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JULIAN ELTINGE IN "THE
Julian Eltinge in "The Fascinating
Widow" will be the attraction at Tho
Valentine theatre, Toledo, January 31
and February 1, with a matinee Satur
day. This engagement will mark the
celebrated star's farewell appearance
in tho role which has made him
famous throughout the country.
In tho last two years through the
nature of his performance, which
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MAUD ADAMS IN "PETER PAN."
That well known national hero,
"Peter Pan," as portrayed by Miss
Maud A la.n : vill enter the Valentine
theatre, Toledo, January 27, and con
firm, the faith of his followers in all
that goes to make up sweetness and
light in life. "Peter Pan" is no sense
a drama, and it is best described as an
animated book of fairy tales. The
theme was suggested by one of Bar
rio's stories in "The Little White
Bird." Peter Pan, a fairy (Miss
Adams) longing for human compan
ionship of the nursery of the dar
ling children, teaches them to fly and
takes them to fairyland, where they
pass through numerous adventures,
returning in the end to their home.
This very simple story is embellished
with music, dancing and a running
commentary on life. The play can be
enjoyed by old as well as young, for
it shows that every man with the
heart of a boy is a Peter Pan.
stands as a distinct novelty in the
theatrical world today, Eltinge has be
come an institution. He is the one
actor, who in his particular field of
endeavor, has dignified the imperson
ation of women by artistic methods
and raised thjs form of entertainment
to the highest plane of excellence.
Next season Eltinge will be pre
sented in a new play.
THE WHITE SLAVE NEXT WEEK.
Hartley Campbell was tho best melo
dramatist of his day. His best pro
duction on this lino is "Tho White
Slave," which will visit Toledo next
week, with matinees on tho usual days.
A cast of universal excellence and a
brand now scenic production have been
provided by the management, together
with marvelous electrical effects that
'will bo sure to surprise and delight the
habitues of the theater.
The argument of the play is better
in enactment than in recital.
A rakish young planter, tiring of
his octoroon slavo and mistress? seeks
to install in her place a beautiful slave
he had recently purchased. The au
dience is at the first made aware that
this girl is neither slave nor negro,
but pure white, the child of an un-
sanctified union, sold to slavery to hide
the shame of the parents, But for this
confidence with the audience, the base
proposal by the master and the honor
able proposition of love and marriage
by a fine Kentucky planter would be
intolerable. Under the deft treatment
of the dramatist, this confidence is
withheld from the people of the play
not concerned in maintaining the
story. Tho play moves through a series
of dramatic situations which tell
powerfully on the emotions of the au
dience. The villain meets his death
finally, the lovers learn the truth of
the girl's birth, she is .restored to lib
erty and marries the man she loves.
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THE VALIANTS OF VIRGINIA.
Ky Hnllio Ennlnie Rives, author of
Hearts Courageous, The Cnstnuny,
Satan Sanderson, The Kingdom of
Slender Swords. Illustrated by
Andre Castaigne. 1.33 net. The
Bobbs-Mcrrlll Company, Inillniinpo
lis. Standing as the 'greatest literary
achievement in the career of Hallle
Ermlnle Rives, "The Valiants of Vir
ginia" comes to crown her efforts as
a befitting token of success for one
who has enriched the literary world
with such contributions as "Hearts
Courageous," "Satan Sanderson" and
"The Castaway." Noted for her lovo
stories, Miss Rives has now woven a
new plot, so unusual and appealing
that it far outshines any of her pre
vious efforts. Untangling at the same
time two fine skeins of romance, and
weaving them into a remarkable tex
ture; reading, as it were, the frag
mentary love tragedy of a father Into
the very pages of his son's romance,
Is the latest accomplishment of Miss
The history of the career of John
Valiant, transplanted from the glar
ing luxuries of bright lights and long
nights in New York City, to the de
serted manor of his forefathers in
Virginia, of which he previously
ltnew nothing, Is a tale that glows
with emotion, penetrates the heart
and brings a wealth of tender ifeel-
llng with It. The miraculous change
effected in Valiant's nature; his dis
coveries of the secrets of his father's
life that were to mean so much to
him; his meeting with the girl of
girls, his redemption of the old es
tate, are steps In his evolution from
John Valiant, haphazard harlequin,
to John Valiant, the man.
Tho thrilling story of his father's
life that 1b unfolded to young Val
iant links Itself so closely with his
own experiences that, although afono
time it seems destined to rob him
of his greatest happiness, it finally
brings to his arms the daughter of his
father's first l6ve. Powerfully1 told,
this situation becomes dramatic, but
It Is tho drama of finesse, in which
the deeper colors are so skillfully
mixed with whites and pinks and
light blues that they become softened
and tender, rather than boldly melo
dramatic. "The Valiants of Virginia" is a
flowery romance of tho Immediate of
tho memories of a budding and blos
soming yesterday. The scenes are
laid in tho most charming part of
Virginia, and with her great gift of
making her descriptions tako -form
and life and sound, -Miss Rives gives
a-picture of life at Damory Court
and neighboring estates which em
braces both tho periods of Confed
erate romance and modern chivalry.
Her descriptions pulsate with 11 fo,
Tho sun really shines; the birds sing
in tho trees; the breath of Jessamine
floats on the air; the patter of rain
is hoard. Tho reader lives the story
with tho characters. Ho learns to
know them. Greonvlllo Female Som-
lnary Slmms, Rickey Snyder, Colonel
Bristow, Dr, Southhall, Matty Sue,
Undo Jefferson, Shirley Dandrldgo,
Valiant and oven Chum, his faithful
dog, aro as lifelong friends when tho
story Is ended.
"The Valiants pf Virginia" stands
in tho forefront of modern Actionand
1b destined to 1 n ' Ht rnrt
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John Fry to Robt. Reynolds, 177
acres Sec. 0, Perry Twp., $11,000.
Otis Warner to Bertha Harris, lot
508, Rossford. $1.00.
Buckeye Tile Co. ot nl. to Abble
Jones, Vi acres Sec. 22, Sec. 11, Free
Roy Burton Child to Abbie Jones, 4
acres Sec 2, same, $1.00.
Peter Berrcs, sr., to Peter Berres,,
jr., -40 acres Sec. 20, Milton Twp., $5,
000. Margaret Loesch to John Locsch,
lot 339, Perrysburg, $1.00.
Geo. W. Killyan to Beatrice John
son, 38.90 acres Sec. 7, Middleton
E. P. Scott and wife to Frank
Ayers, 114 acres Sec. 9, Lake Twp.,
Sheriff Wood Co. to Geo. Killyan, 40
acres Sec' 3, Grand Rapids Twp.,
Chas. Grueshaber to Anton Miss
ler, lot 054, Perrysburg, $1,700.
John Huffman and wife to C. Frank
Huffman, 40 acres Sec. 3, Grand Rap
Henry Vogel and wife to Charles
and One Ellen Master, 20 acres Sec.
3, Perrysburg Twp., $2250.
Milliccnt Ginn to Allen and Eva
Shifford, lots 101, 102 Walbridge,
Al'ie and Eva Shiffort to Otto Brim,
lots 101, 102, same, $1,500.
Otto and Selena Brim to John Car
ter, lots 170, same, $235.
Paul Deuble to James Robinson, lot
359 and 360, Walbridge, $1.00.
Leonard Ladd and wife to Frank H.
Ladd, lots 15 and 16, and 267; 13.5
acres Sec. 35, Weston Twp., $5,500.
Phillip Brossia and wife to Wm.
Brossia, 3 acres Sec. 26, U. S. R.,
Mary A. Lucas to Joseph Rossback,
jr., et al. lot 235, Perrysburp, $1.00.
Jas. Larrowe to Larrowe Milling
Co., 35,436 acres Sec. 83, River trait,
Laura Andrews to John Thornton,
2 1-3 acres Sec. 52, River tract, $180.
Albert E. Royce and wife to Com.
Sav. Bank Co., lots 231 and 232, Pern
berville, $1.00. ,v
Anna Barabara Boegli Layman to
Geo. Schudel, 40 acres Sec. 21, Troy
Wm. Ross et al. to Geo. F. Miller,
lot 16S, Walbridge.
Frank Harpel to Anna Elizabeth
Suter, 1 acre Sec. 19, Lake Tivp., $1.
Edw. Ford Glass Co to Mary E.
Henderson, lots 208 and 205, Ross
Russell Barton and wife to Jay
Conklin, lot 23? Perrysburg, $800.
John W. Morlock to John B. Jan
son, 3 acres Sec. 21, Perrysburg Twp.,
Charlotte Krueger to Sarah Davies,
2 acres Sec. 31, Ross Twp., $1.00.
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Describing the food which -s:a.
placed on his table to his physician,
Doctor AntommarchI, ho said: "Phy
sicians have the right of regulating
the table; it Is fit I should give you
an account of mine. Behold what It
consists of: A basin of soup. tw.
plates of meat, ono of vegetables, a
salad when I can take It, compose
the whole service; half a bottle of
claret, which I dilute with a good
deal of water, serves mo for drink;
I drink a little of it pure toward the
end of the repast. Sometimes, when
I feel fatigued, I substltuto cham
pagne for claret; It is a sure means
of giving a fillip to the stomach."
The doctor having expressed his
surprise at this temporato modo of
living, ho replied: "In my marches
with tho army of Italy I never failed
to put in tho bow of my saddle a bot
tle of wine, some bread and cold
fowl. This provision sufficed for the
wants of the day; I may oven say 1
often shared it with others. I thua
gained time; tho economy ofmytabln
turned to account on the field of battle
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tle; my meals do not consume my
hours. This Is not what you will
approve the most; but in my present
Bltuation what signifies It?"
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Wood County. O. Jan. 14, 1913.
To Pennsylvania It. It. Co . Howard
Vlckeis, Toledo Terminal It. R. Co.
I,. S. & M. S. R. It. ), Edward J.
Illcks, Charles L-. Hicks. Mrs. Chas.
llay, Alton Armstrong. Charles Wil
son. Michael Itabhltt. HocklnK Valley
It. It. Co., and T. F. & F. Traction Co.:
You aio hereby notltled that a peti
tion slsned by Chas. II. Coy and others,
has been llled In the Auditor's olllce
Wood County, Ohio, uraylnR for the
cleanlnpf out, deepening, widening and
straightening of a ditch, dialn or watei
couise, on the folio wing proposed line,
Commencing on the West side of the
A. J. Stein stone road at a point about
40 rods South of the North-east corner
of Section G, Lake Township, Wood
County, Ohio, and running thence North
and Northwesterly following the line ol
the old established ditch or watei
course to Its outlet near tho North
quarter-post of Section 32 of Itoss
township, said Wood County and there
The undersigned also pray that you
cause the pipe In tho above described
ditch under tile Lake Shore & Michigan
Southern Railroad, also tho pipe in said
ditch under the Toledo, Fostorla &
I'indlay Railroad and tho pipes undei
the Toledo Railway & Terminal Co
Railroad to be deepened and enlarged
equal to the capacity of said ditch.
And that the Hoard ot Commission
ers of Wood County, Ohio, will meet al
tho place of beginning of said ditch on
February 12, 1U13, at 10 o'clock A. M.
and hear any nnd all proofs offered by
any of ho parties affected by said pio
posed Improvement, and determine the
C. E. STINnGAUGH.
Auditor Wood County. Ohio.
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There's one good thing about the
dog days coming so late; they aro tho
Insect-brooding days. Tho flies and
mosquitoes when they begin their sea
son early havo a way of sotting upon
people's garments Just beforo they eo
Indoors and of darting Inside' when
ever screens aro opened for a mlnuto.
When tlio Insects begin their season
lato there Isn't a chanco for so many
of them .to get Into tho house.
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In testifying that it is impossible to
organize a rnoney trust, Mr. Morgan
speaks as one who has had bitter ex
perience. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the car.
There is only one. way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
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this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed, Deaf
ness is the result, and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing but an in
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