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WKm&&3&S -There nrc two or three cases of Worth While to Know. ' A Lien and Mouse Story.
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CENT A WORD COLUMN I, J" "Danm
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mT See the beautiful Ik-It I'lni Incur window.
Prices from SO cents up. V. PKTKItSKN.
runAliri-lull IIUUMiini ivaii ijahhh'ii
street. Large lot with sixty fret front. M.h.
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Our new catalogue (sent free on request)
contains a thousand suggestions for Holiday
(lifts. C. I'ETKItSKX. Honesdale. 40tl
A Rood hot supier. lie sure to come. Dolls,
candy, everything for Christinas at (Irace
Church Sunday School rooms. Thursday.
December 10th. :Nf
For SALE-The restaurant building on ilh
street. Including front and back bars and
furnace, now occupied by John Theobald,
nnd known as one of the best business stands
In Honesdale. I.. HUEltTH. :tf
100 ACRES FAItM-tJood bulldlngs-for
sale or exchange for a house In Honesdale or
Hawley. JOS. STEItXIIAUKIt. Hawley. l'a.
Come In and Belect your Holiday (lifts now
before the rush. We will store your selec
tions until you are ready for thein. ,
40U C. I'ETKItSKX, Honesdale.
I FOKUin all persons to remove hay from
the estate of CUItord I.. Chapman. lfcl. A.
FOR SALE Lot and building located at
1129 Main Btreet. Enquire or write ('. K.
I i.t. it i i .. II.. TTrf
II1UUH. IlllllL'nUUltf. I 11a m
THEODOHE LISKEX. practical upholster
er and cabinet maker. SW Main street. All
kinds of furniture repaired and upholstered
In a workmanship maimer. J7W
THE WHATSOEVER Circle of the M. E.
Church will hold Its annual fair and supper
Thursday afternoon and evening, December
3rd. Fancy articles, dolls, aprons and home
made candy will be for sale. Supper first
table at 5iW. Tickets. 35 cents. ,'Kit5
Fine Leather (!hk!s. Card Cases. Purses,
Shopping Dags, Pocket Hooks. Portfolios,
Address Hooks, etc. A choice collection at
very low prices. C. PETERSEN, Honesdale.
SORRENTO. FLORIDA, a popular and
healthful winter resort. For best houses,
rooms and particulars, address (. M. Itlch
art. as above. 'Mti
HOLIDAY FURNITURE at I1ROW.VS.
Parlor Suits at ltrown's.
Iledroom Suits at IJrown's.
Couches at Ilrown's,
Fancy Chairs at ltrown's.
Dining cane and wood Chairs at Ilrown's.
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT.-Dwelllng
house.corner of Court and Eighth streets. In
quire of II. Z. Russell.
WAYNE FARM AOENCY. If you have
any farm property or realty of any kind, you
can reglsterwlthusfreeof cost, and property
will be advertised through the United States.
Send for circular.
WAYNE FARM ACiENCY. Honesdale. Pa.
FORSALE.-House. 1018 Court SI. C. T.
Ilentlev. Honesdale. l'a.
Items of Interest Hereabouts and
Rev. A. L. Whittaker, rector of
Grace Church, will hold services in the
Presbyterian church, Waymart, on Sun
( day next, at 3 p. si.
Letters uncalled for at the Hones
dale post office :
J. Amland, Patrick Codnors, Mrs.
Eflic Manning, Win. II. Roe, Miss E.
While playing in the yard on Satur
day last, Iola Dolloway, aged twelve,
daughter of James Dolloway, of EaEt
Honesdale, felland broke thelargc bone
of her right leg. Dr. II. 15. Searles re
duced the fracture.
The County Commissioners have
decided to pay no more bounties on
noxious animals after Dec. Met, 1903,
until the Legislature has acted on the
matter of deficiency of State appropria
tion for that purpose.
Clarence A. Wright, of the Hones
dale Dime bank, and Miss Mabel Pat
ten, of Carbondale, were married at the
Presbyterian Manse, Carbondale, Ion
Tuesday evening, Rev. Charles Lee of
ficiating. "Thorns and Orange Blossoms" is
a play of the standard school. Many
are acquainted with the story as the
famous author, IJertha M. Clay, wrote
it, and the dramatization has been made
by Lem B. Parker in a masterly man
ner. Rowland and Clifford have en
vironed the piece with an elaborate
scenic mounting and placed the differ
ent characters in hands of prominent
and reputable players, and an extraor
dinary production is the result. "Tliorns
and Orange Blossoms" is hooked at the
Lyric to-night, Friday.
Warner Randall, of Lake Como lost
a thirty-five horse power automobile re-
cently through a singular mishap. He
had been told that on putting the ma
chine in garage for the winter, the tank
iy should be filled with gasoline to prevent
its scaling, lie, accepted the advice,
and it proved costly. Owing to a small
leak in the tank the gasoline took fire
from a spark on the friction drive, and
Mr. Randall discovered a blaze at his
feet just in time to allow of his jumping
from the auto, and making tracks for a
place of safety. The explosion which
followed blew the machine to shreds,
nothing remaining but the frame. The
loss is partially covered by insurance.
On Thursday of last week August
I)i Sulpitio, a Southerner, who has been
stopping with George F. Gregory, at his
farm near the Half-Way House, Texas
township, met with quite a serious mis
hap, while helping to clip one of Mr.
Gregory's horses. While the crank of
the clipping machine was being turned,
Mr. Sulpitio's left hand slipped from the
lly wheel into the machinery in some
manner, and the bones of (he index lin
ger were badly splintered uud the llesh
lacerated. The second linger whs also
caught, hut was not so badly hurt, Mr.
Sulpitio came to Honesdale and had his
hand dressed, and is encouraged to be
lieve that with good care he may save
scarlet fever on River street, Charles
Faatz, the Lyric theatre janitor, being
one of the patients.
Rev. W. F. Hopp, pastor of the Ger
man Lutheran church, will not hold
confirmation class instruction on Satur
day next, owing to his absence from
town on that day. On Sunday there
will he service as usual in the morning
but not in the evening, as the pastor
will conduct services in Aldenville on
Xexl Friday evening, Dec. 11th, the
choir of the Methodist church, will pre
sent a high class musical entertainment.
Miss Tydvil Jones, of the Second Presby
terian church, Scranton, will be leading
soloist. The choir will also be assisted
by Miss Mary Holland, soprano, and
Miss Ruth Kennedy, elocutionist. A
chorus of about 40 voices, under the
leadership of ('. J. Dibble will be pre
sented. It appears that we are to have all
sorts of weather during the coming win
ter, the goose breast-bone prophets pre
dicting that the season will be an open
one with a very cold spell nowond then.
December will be very cold, but there
will be little snow. January will have
some snow, with a warm spell during
the middle of themonth. February will
be a severe month with plenty of ice
and snow. March will open with a
warm spell, and plenty of rain and hail,
and a late spring will follow.
Hereafter, the rural postmaster, in
the States east of the Mississippi and
north of tin-Ohio, and Mason and Dixon's
line, will not be obliged to sneeze when
the Congressman of his district takes
snuff. The President, on Tuesday, De
cember 1st, issued an order placing all
the fourth class postmasters in those
States under the civil service law. They
number 15,488, and of these Pennsylva
nia has the largest number 11,388. It
does not yet appear that the present in
cumbents are to he disturbed or tested,
but as vacancies occur they will be filled
by competitive examination. The man
ner in which the examinations are to be
conducted has not yet been announced,
but it is understood that it will follow
substantially the same lines pursued with
Dr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Griffin are
"at home" at The Gale.
Charles F. Kellam, of Ledgedale,
has been appointed Mercantile Appraiser
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leyshon and
son, Harold, of West Side, Scranton, are
visiting Hawley friends.
Clarence Scambler, of Siko, and
George VanDeusen, of Dyberry, are
visiting friends in Scranton.
Nat. Egelston, nurse at the Retreat
Hospital, Luzerne county, in paying a
visit to Honesdale relatives and friends.
Mrs. Mulford, who has been spend
ing some time with her sister, Mr. S.
M. Decker, of Court street, returned to
her home in Madison, N. J., yesterday.
David L. Brown, of Martha Wash
ington Turkey Supper fame, and Miss
Stella Madigan, all of Lebanon town
ship, were united in marriage by Rev.
Dr. Win. II. Swift, at the Presbyterian
Manse, Honesdale, on Tuesday last, De
Jacob L. Bunnell, of Newton, N. .1.,
editor of the New Jersey Herald, is
prominently spoken of as the prob
able Democratic candidate for State Sen
ator, in the Sussex district of New Jersey.
The Herald was published for many
years by the father of the present editor,
I Thomas (!. Bunnell, who was at one
time a resident of this county, and whose
' ancestors were among the pioneers of
, Dr. 3ud Mrs. K. W. Burns enter
t tained Jay Badge of Coudersport, this
I State, last week. Mr. Badge is a mem-
ber of a manufacturing (inn of which
W. B. Headley, a brother-in-law of Mrs.
I Burns, is superintendent. The doctor
' and his wife are exceptionally line ania
1 teur musicians, and a most acceptable
1 part of their guest's entertainment was
, the "concord of sweet sounds" which
they elicited from the violin and piano
' for his benefit during his stay.
i Dko. I.M. The Ladies' Aid, of the M.
1 E. church, met on Thursday, al the
home of Mrs. William Sanford.
A box social was held on Wednesday
evening, in the Hall, at Orson, for the
benefit of the band.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Home Missionary Society was
held at the parsonage, on Wednesday
afternoon of this week. A report of the
delegate to the Conference Convention,
held at Elm Park church, Scranton, was
read, and the ladies made arrangements
to send a box to one of the Homes.
Alfred Whipple has been absent from
home a week, visitiugat Phieuixville, Pa.
Royal Iliue, of Scranton, is pending
a few days at his home here.
Florence I line is at home again, after
a two weeks' absence.
The Thanksgiving supper, held Nov.
'(ith, for the benefit of the Auxiliary of
the Woman's Home Missionary Society,
was a success in many ways. The ladies
will now be able to pay one of the pledges
made recently, at the Conference Con
vention, for the Chinese Work in Cali
fornia. Mrs. I. II, Lee, and two sons, spent a
few days at Forest City, recently.
The writer has had occasion in former
articles to speak of the ordinary red fish- J
worm asan ubiquitous friend, to be meti
with in the barn yards on the banks of I
the Thames, the Seine, the Rhine, the f
uanuue, or any ana all olher waters
outside of the arctic zones, just as well as
along the Dyberry or Lackawaxen ; and
always just as effective a lure for the
finny tribe in one country as another.
And just because they are so universal
and so often in evidence, particularly
after rains, very few people pay any at
tention to them except when they want
to fill a bait-box. Everybody has ob
served hundreds of them on the side
walks during and after a rain, but the
true cause of these remarkable wander
ings is not often written about. The
fact is thai earthworms can move about
only when the ground and the grass is
wet. The truth of this is easily shown
by placing an earthwoun on some dry
sand, when the dry grains will stick to
its slimy skin and make it helpless. All
living creatures are endowed with the
instinct to move and spread over the
earth. Human beings, higher animals
and birds prefer to move about in fair
weather. To the earthworm and other
lowly creatures, like frogs, salamanders,
slugs and land snails, rainy days
are the only fair days for traveling.
When the sun comes out and dries the
roads and the meadows, they withdraw
into their hiding places. Ascarthworms
cannot see clearly, they crawl about in
an aimless sort of way. If they happen
to get on a board, or stone, or cement
walk, when the sky clears they soon die
and shrivel up. When a dry season or
winter approaches, the earthworms bur
row deeper into the ground. At a depth
varying from six inches to two feet each
worm coils up into a little ball. By aid
of secreted slime it makes a case of dirt
round itself, and in this state it remains
dormant, until abundant rains or the
spring thaws call it back to a more ac
Everybody has heard of the Liberty
Bell, but comparatively few are posted
as to all of the interesting facts concern
ing it. The Liberty Bell is twelve feet
in circumference around the lip, seven
feet around the crown, two inches thick
in the thickest part near the lip, one
and one-half in the thinnest part near
the crown. The length of the clapper is
two feet two inches. It was first cast
by Lester and Price, Whitechapel, Lon
don, in 1752. It was hung in the State
House, Philadelphia. The same year it
was found to be cracked in the rim and
was recast three times in Philadelphia.
Twenty-three years afjerward it was
rung on Independence Day in that city.
On July 8, 1835, it was cracked while
being tolled for the death of Chief Jus
tice Marshall. In 1843 it was removed
and is now on exhibition in a glass case.
It bears this inscription : "Proclaim
liberty throughout the land to all the
inhabitants thereof." It weighs 2080
The thirty-six Eastern branches of the
Borden's Condensed Milk Company, ex
clusive of the country plants, require the
constant use of 2,075 horses. To feed
this stock one vear requires 490,500 bush
els of oats ; 6,000 tons of hay ; 10,000
bushels of corn in the ear and 510 tons
bran. This amount, if transported by
rail, would require for the oats alone
327 cars, or six trains of approximately
55 fully loaded cars each, which, if
coupled together in a single line would
reach 2X miles. The hay would require
eight trains of 75 cars each fully loaded.
These would stretch over 4 miles of
track. The corn and bran would re
quire another one-third of a mile, so
that, in round numbers to carry the
feed to the Borden Eastern branches
city horses for one year would necessi
tate a train seven miles in length, and
numbering C27 thirty-eight foot cars.
RAINFALL AT DYBERRY.
1908, 6 days, and trace 7 days,
1907, 11 days, and trace 2 days,
1880, most recorded,
1902, least ree'd before this year,
Average, 38 years,
1908, snow, 4 days, trace 4 days,
1907, " 5 " 3
1880, most snow in November,
Average snow in Nov. 51 years,
Highest this year, 20th,
" 41 years, 14th, 1902,
Lowest, lotn, tnts year, .
" ree'd, 20th, 1880, below ., 0.
Greatest daily range, 9th, 33.
Leaet dailv range, 11th, 3.
Average " 10.1
Warmest day, 20th, mean, 53.5
Coldest day, Kith, mean, 18.
Mean for month, 35,5
Mean for month, 1907, 34.1
Warmest November, 1902, mean, 43.
Coldest " 1873, " 20.4
Average, 41 years, 35.3
Six days were clear, ten fair and four
teen cloudy j average 38 per cent, of sun
shine, (last year, 35); prevailing wind,
First zero weather was reported at
Yellowstone Park, 11th, four degrees be
low. One thermometer two miles south
of my station, read two below zero, the
Kith, Some farmers have been plowing
during the past week, and we saw hun
dreds of dandelion (lowers in near-by
pasture fields. Tiieodohe Day.
Infants', Children's and Misses' win
ter Cloaks r.t Mknneii & Co'h. New in
styles, best in goods. 22eilf
ClTIZKK nil's brine re'iulls.
Henry B. Harris, owner of "The Lion
and the Mouse," ''Tlfe Chorus Lady,"
"The Call of the North" and a dozen or
more of past and current successes, has
been very little heard of in the public
prints except the mention of his name
as ajiard working manager.
Oliver Doud Byron, the John Burkctt
Ryder of the company that will'appear
here next week, tells a story of Mr. (tar
ns, however, that would indicate that
the busy manager has a vein of wit in
llIB m.lrn.nH ll... - I C
...a ..iurl--ui tiiat in rcupuimiuie ior a
good many trite bits of philosophy
which seem to have escaped the atten
tion of his press agents.
"When we were getting readv for the
first production of Mr. Klein's plav,"
said Mr. Byron, "Mr. Harris paid 'the
Strictest, kind nt alisnliitn tn fl.n nl.n.
SalS. In fnof. ho anil PKarlna ITIntr.
generally the first to reach the theatre
and thev never left, until llio rinv'u n n.lr
"Mr. HAI-rid lind annatraA n 1
well known actor for the part of Judge
Rossmore, about whose approaching
impeachment the story of the play re
volves. For some reason or other, prob
ably due to an uneasiness caused by the
daily attendance of the author and man
ager, at rehearsals, the actor seemed
rattled and failed to grasp the proper
conception of the dignified jurist he was
expected to represent.
"Both Mr. Klein and Mr. Harris of
fered sundry suggestions and Bhowed
themselves keenly interested in the ef
fort ii tlpln ItlO nldt'Al. nlnnn In. 1.
r 1 I " " "wliIS "lit ni. me
end of several days it became evident
Hint u cuange wouia De necessary.
"When Mr. Harris finally called him
aside and told him how impossible he
was, the actor, rather indignantly, de
manded a reason for his dismissal and
the managerial reply came as follows :
"Young man, the story of this plav
hinges on the impeachment of a United
misconduct. If I allowed you to play
me pun in me manner you seem to
think is the proper one, the first night's
audience would have you impeached be
fore John Rnrlratt f?'ln ai'n, UnA n
' .--v. ..jmu. biLi uau n
chance to present your case to the Sen-
"The Lion and The Mouse."
"The Lion nnd the. Mnnao " i-ti,Vh
comes to the Lyric on Tuesday evening
novt l.nr. -11 . 1... 1 . " !?
v-ai, an iijc ciciueuus ui popularity
a powerful central interest ; an in
tense love story wherein the lovers are
I ....... j tllllV U I 1 SUV t IWII H
comedy and a modicum of wit. Added
to this the people of the story move in
win mum ueiect circles ana iaik 01
millions as though they were copper
Centfl to illfrolou'tth Itnatlna Afiaa Tnx-
. -bb'v ....... .-kJ.V.V.LJ W1I.D iuir
nelly, who comes to Honesdale for the
,1 n ' i
uioi wine, uuu iur. oyron, ine companv
will include an entire cast of exceptional
1SEPORT OF THE CONDITION
WAYNE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
HOHESDALEt WATHE CO.. f A..
at the close of business. Nov. 27. 1S08.
Reserve fund $
Cash, specie and notes, $38,382 to
Legal securities 45,000 00
Due from approved re
serve agents 125,787 12-229,160 97
Checks and cash Items 1,606 58
Due from Banks and Trust Co's.not
reserve agents 9.008 32
mils discounted not due. $297,519 32
Bills discounted, time
loans with collateral... 39,385 50
Loans on call with col
lateral 77.787 50
Loans on call upon one
or more names 51305 00
Loans secured by bonds
or mortgage 3,000 00 172.497 32
Stocks, bonds, etc.... 1,806,917 OS
Mortgages and judg
ments of record.... 185,959 21-1,991.906 30
Heal estate 33,000 00
Furniture and Fixtures 2.000 00
Overdrafts 10 20
Miscellaneous Assets 400 00
Capital Stock, paid In $ 100.000 00
Surplus Fund 300,000 00
Undivided Proflts, less expenses
and taxes paid 61.952 fO
Deposits subject to check $151,792 88
Deposits special 2.091,834 71
Time certificates of de
posit 238 78
Certified checks 591 39
Cashier's check outst'e 797 05-2,251.251 81
Due to Commonwealth 25,000 00
Due to banks and bankers, not re
serve agents 1,390 96
$2,742 .598 69
State of Pennsylvania. County of Wayne, ss.
I, H. Scott Salmon, Cashier of the above
named Company, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
(Signed) H, S, SALMON. Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd
day of December, 1908.
(Signed) ROBERT A. SMITH, N. P.
W. B. Holmes. )
AlonzoT. Heable, J-DIrectors.
T. B. Clark. J
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
HONESDALE DIME BANK
HONESDALE. WAYNE COUNTY, PA.,
at the close of business, Nov. 27, 1908.
Cash, specie and notes. ...$13,405 79
Legal securities 5,000 00
Due from approved re
serve agents 40.668 40
Checks and cash Items
Due from Banks and Trust Co's,
not reserve agents
Rills discounted, not due
Bills discounted, time loans with
Loans on call, with collateral
Ixjans on call on one or more
Loans secured by bonds and mort
gages...., Investment securities owned ex
elusive of reserve bond, viz :. . . .
Stock bonds, etc 51,412 So
Mortgages and judg
ments of record 15,750 00
$ 59.074 19
$ 512,016 59
Capital Stock paid In
Undivided Profits, less expenses
and Taxes paid
Deposits subject to check, 128,406 61
Deposits special 278.391 97
Time Certlllcates of De
posits 2 oao en
Certified Checks 45 00--40B.903 51
Cashier s Checks outstanding 10 00
Blate of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne, ss.
J, Joseph A. Plseh. Cashier of the above
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.,,,,vu yu,.iai,jT , uu oviv iiiijr .null IIIRI IUC
above statement Is true, to the best of my
KiiumcuKc aim uruei.
JOH. A. I'lKCH. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3d
day 01 uecemoer, is,
HOHEItT A. SMITH, N. P,
ItKicr.K. Haines, VDlrecton,
r.. i . .M euros n. )
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The Farmers' and
OF HONESDALE, WAYNE COUNTY, PA.,
at the close of business, Nov. 27. 1908.
Reserve fund $
Cash, specie and notes, $11,011 52
Due from approved re-
serve agents $12,883 95- 4308 47
. Checks and other cash Items 648 68
Dills discounted. not due .11,548 00
Bills discounted, time loans with
collateral 18.750 00
Loan on call with collateral 5,700 00
Loans upon call upon one or more
names 18.0S5 00
Loans secured by bonds and mort-
. gages .1,975 00
Investment securities owned exclu
sive of reserve bonds, vlr
Stocks, bonds, etc. $37,892 50
Mortgages and jndg-
ments of record 19,320 91-57.213 41
Real estate IHjtm 55
Furniture and fixtures 1.80141
Miscellaneous assets 1.770 72
$ 205.191 21
Capital Stock paid In $ 50,000 00
Undivided Profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 2,853 93
Deposits, subject to check.. $51,516 52
Deposits, special 100.806 09-152,123 21
Cashier's checks outstanding 16 10
State of Pennsylvania, County of Wayne, ss
I. C. A. Emery. Cashier of the above named
company, do solemnly swear that the above
statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
C. A. EMERY. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d
day of December, 1908.
Rena S. Edqett, N. P.
C orrect attest :
M. E. Simons. )
F. W, Krettner, y Directors.
John Kuhuacii, J
Attention is called to the STRENGTH
The FINANCIER of New York
City has published a ROLL OF
HONOR of the 11,470 State Banks
and Trust Companies of United
States. In this list the WAYNE
COUNTY SAVINGS RANK
Stands 38th in the United States.
Stands 10th in Pennsylvania.
Stands FIRST in Wayne County.
Capital, Surplus, $455,000.00
Total ASSETS, $2,733,000.00
Honesdale, Pa., May 29, 1908.
Wholesale and Retail
A Square Deal
to All !
To the level-headed young
man, a bank account,
added to a determination to
make it larger, means
much. The names of many
such are enrolled on
our books and the number
is steadily increasing.
Are you among the number?
FARMERS' and MECHANICS' BANK.
ELECTION OF DIRECTOR8-In com
pliance with an Act of Assembly and
In accordance with Article 8 of the Constitu
tion of the Wayne County Farmers Mutual
Fire Insurance Co.. notice Is hereby eiven
the Post Office building. Honesdale7Pa!!or,
MONDAY. JANUARY 4. 1909, at 10 a. m
for the transaction of general business, and
ttlAT An o1m1 inn will KaTiaM a
I mtinff ctwccn the hours of 1 and 2 p. m.
oaiu uu?, iut mc purpose oi electing ten
members of said company to serve as direct
ors for the ensuing year. Every person In
nilfYHl iTlthAMmiHnvl. a m . I
and entitled to one vote.
. ". ckank. President.
Perry A. Clark. Secretary.
Honesdale. Pa Dec 2, 1908. 3St4
LYRIC THEATRE !
BEII. H. DITTEJCB, - LESSEE AID UUQEB
Monday ncp 7
Evening liLUo 8
And MART KING
The STORY TELLER
AJRefjned Attraction 1 1
PRICES 25, 35, 50 and 75c
- SEAT SALE at the box office, at 9
a. m.. Saturday. Dec. 5th.
BENJ. F. DITTfilCH, LESSEE ail MiHAOES
TUESDAY EVE., DEC. 8
MK. HENKY B. HARKISrprescnts the
tSreatest American Play of today
By CHARLES KLEIN
Interpreted by a Notable Cast. Including
OMVKK DOUD HYKON and DOKO
PRICES 35,50, 75, $1 and $i.bb
WSEAT SALE at box office at 9 o'clock,
a. m Monday, Dec. 7.