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At the Theatres Next Week
,*—Antoinette Kopettky, Moor*.'
|—Grace Cameron. Grand.
_*#»*' - - ■ - . .
ii' At th* Moor* —Maain*.
Miss Matlf.e Ktliott come* to ]
K~ Moore theatre for three nights, j
starting Monday, with special null j
Dm Wednesday. In a three-act
comedy by Frank Stayton, railed
•The Inferior Sex."
It ere is the plot ('hurl** Win*
I**. woman hater and "Author, ha*
tutted on .1 two ii ..nth* cruise on
kb magnificent yacht, tfcs "lire
fly," in order to write, undisturb
mi, a book on "Tbe Inferior Sex."
Tar. days out hi. crew, (tick* up
senseless woman In a small sail
boat. Then his troubles begin. He
resents her intrusion. Th. Is
caly. one cabin, and the | rescued
lady steep* lo It st night, while
ft. Inflow must content bin-self
with the deck. He will not put
tacit and Interrupt hla schedule.
The Intruder Is anxious to get
tißore. Winslow treats her rather
try tally,. and she set* out to re
arm him. It I* a ions. painstaking
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£*' ar.MABK.4BLR CASKS Ol*
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*** operation, no i-.ih, In erery
* •*»* Ih* Improvement In than;
; jrsl health .i.i* IO th* am li,. Nt
1 "erre .train by Ih. wearing *(
IML sl****a *■• mure remarkable
I !*** ">* .traiti.i.nln. of th* ero»«*d
c ' KirmoK
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f Til'"" "r "UKKr iv TIIK
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I Ihe Ideal New Year's Gift
i... I*"*1 *"* *'"' *I* ."aln. trouble with
..t-.. m_" X'"*K '"*- *■■• Vitus' dsn.-*.
Tot'it err_a_.i „„...
ft '?'*! £*•■*' *l'«s. and ami Madlaon.
I eii<,n*._i,sln 1174; 117.
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3—Miss Crawford, Orpheum.
4Clara Rogers, Majestic.
I task, but sb* accomplishes the
j She organises a mutiny among
| the crew. First 11. refrigerating
plant I* put out of commlsstun.
Then the propeller shaft breaks,
and the crew, at the suggestion of
the feminine Invader, storm* the
cabin. Winslow charges the mu
tineer* with * revolver. 'ii" .'(
the crew ix shot, and Wlnalow I*
.tabbed In the teg. Hut the run
tineers are vanquished and locked
in -he tat.iii. while the yachtsman
and the leininlne supercargo make
"Th. Chocolate Soldier."
With Straus melodies «nd the
satiric humor "i George Ilernard
Shaw. "The Choeolni* Soldier"
, cobs** to the Moore Friday night
and will stay through the entire
"The Chocolate Soldier" comes
practically intact from the long
run In Chicago, with Antoinette
Kopel-V. 10 'he leading role, Ed
' mend Muli ah and Prank 11.
li'lr-li.r in'the unusual buffo roles,
- Margaret Crawford and Hon let
gere. also from the grand opera
Held, John it. Phillips as the de
bonair chocolate eating soldier,
snd Harry Davie* a* tb* tenor
lover. , .', - ....
There Is also tbe singing chorus
In Hutgarian costumes, and the
Whitney orchestra of 35. player*.
Emllio de Gogorza. who Is fre
quently t-ailed the "ideal baritone,"
is to be the soloist in the third
symphony concert given by the Be
lattl. Symphony Orchestra at tbe
Moon- Thursday evening.
Mr. De '..K'.rza first impressed
I himself, favorably on Ibis country
I by his work with Emma Eame*. and
I again a year later in song recital
.it..! concert. The famoua baritone
I will bring with him an almost new
I repertoire of songs and aria*
I The program for the concert In-
I eludes Symphony No. l, in X minor,'
Op. ..... by Tachalkowsky; aria, "O,
Promise of a Joy Divine." "The
Hose Awaits tbe Dewdrop" and
j "Thou Art So Uke a Flower," by
Henry Hadley; "lt.itl.-ul of tbe
Honny Fiddler" and "The Ijtrk Now
Leave* Its Wat Nest."
"The Honeymoon Trail*"
"The Honeymoon- Trail,", Hough,
Adams ft. Howard musical comedy,
will be the attraction at the Grand
opera house for one week, starting
Sunday matinee, January ft.
Th>- cast includes Louts Ketso.
Frtvd Wyckoff, Arllne Holing. Clara
firiltun. Carl George, Il'.e. Glide*,
Irene Calder .nd Lew I*aw*on.
At the Grand
Do yon remember ten years ago
at the Grand a little ml', of ,i
woman weighing M pounds and
looking like a bisque doll*
Sh* sang "Cupid and I," and
biffed hi Kb "lis : It was doting
tbe engagement of "The Hoston
Well, this little girl, grown up
now, Is coming to the Grnnd next
week In "Nancy." She Is Grace
At th. Seattle.
I'oyt's "A Temperance Town"
ha* been described as a rural melo
drama. It bo* been one of the
greatest successes of the Hoyt out
put, and such characters a* the vii
lage tease and Hi town drunkard
will continue to be "ffl.e favorites
until Father Tin..- ring* down the
This Hoyt offering will I- the
final comedy presented by the
Milker play era for some time. It Is
announced, as there are a number
of serious plays contracted for.
Joseph Oalbralth and the Maker
players will have their forces
largely augmented for Hue play.
The trial by Jury call* for » dozen
"The Dollar Mark."
This play of capital and labor
trusts has been secured for tho
Maker Stock company for Port lead,
Spokane and Seattle.
"The Dollar Mark" makes it. j
Initial appearance in Seattle on
Sunday, January 8.
At the Alhambra.
Next week, at the Alhambra,
starting Sunday afternoon, with a
special holiday matinee on Mon
day, Miss ,irn-a Hunting and her
associates will offer TillOttSOD'S fa
mous war play, "Lynwood," with
Miss Banting In the character of
"Gay Carlysle.," a Kentucky belle.
Th* play IS not a melodrama, but
an Intarestlng semi military play,
dealing with an episode which oc
curred In th* Carlysle family. In
Kentucky, at the commencement
6— Dan Bruce. Seattle.
-Ma.in* Elliott, Moor*. **
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*****a•ft * * * * * * *
*_ NEXT WEEK - |w
ft NEXT WEEK «
*"Moore —Matin* Elliott." Moa *
ft day 1.. W,-ilne*day; Emtio *
ft de' ....Korxa. Tliiirattav. and *
* Til- Chocolate Soldier" *
. rest of week. ft
ft Grand —Grace Cameron In ft
* "Nancy." *
* Seattle link, St... ('..in *
ft mv la "A Temperance *
ft Town." ft
ft Orph.um Willi.' and Stewart ft
* and vaudeville. ft
ft Psntagtt — Swtcksrds and ft
* vaudeville. ft
* Majesties-Threw Rtw-hrs and ft
ft vaudeville. *
ft Alhambra--Kramft Hunting I" ft
ft "Lynwood." . ft
* lot*—l,*wi* ft Lake company ft
* in Running for Office." *
ft Star—Armstrong company. *
ft.-.- * - -.-;'; ft
ft THE WEEK AFTER. *
* Moor* —'"Chocolate Soldier" ft.
* remain. ft
* Seattle—"Tb* Dollar Mark *
ft Grand — "Th* Honeymoon ft
ft Trail." .*'..*
ye -._.* .
EMILIO til" GOGORZA,
of hostilities between (be North
Al th. Lois.
Starting tomorrow afternoon, the
Lewis a lake company preset, .
new tiiuaieni comedy at the Lois
ealb'd "Running for Office." It
Is the story of an Irishman who
made a wad of money In contract
ing, get* Interested In polities and
wants to he alderman. Another
Irishman boss of the ward, helps
him mil Hetween the two tbey
rats* it,.- biggest kind of a political
mtx-up, and get 11,mi1.. In a com
bination that nearly breaks up
their HtUe game.
Dan Itusxell snd J. W. Clifford
are the Irish politicians. Ml** l_tk»
la tbe daughter. Lewis ft Lake
give three shows a day.
At th* Orpheum.
The top litters for tho Orpheum
lie,l week are Clayton White and
£49/ 215 Cherry Street
--. t^L v.-
Grand Opera House
NEW YEAR'S EVE
Our entertainer, are the best in their line.
Here they are:
T. l. SfilßSm l'< IB [AMES .
CHAS PREDRICKS F.C. IRTHUP
808 I'.i'.l.l'.K 11. M, 1.l \l M,l
ALPREDA van* NESS AND OTHERS
A pleasant place to spend the evening. No
charge for table reservation, for New Year*.
THE STAK—SATURDAY, DECKMIIKR .11, 1910.
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7—M.mb«r. 0 Lewis Company,
Loft. '->*v .
'Marl,- Stewart In a liobnrt playlet,
Porter J White and his company
show tn "The Visitor," from the
pen of Oliver White. The theme
of the pin) In la tragic, and It la
at Ihe same time tilled with de
moniacal wit of the Mephlslu char
Hugh Liny d I* down aa King
of the Air. . 111. performance Is on
the bounding rope, and be works
without either balancing fade* or
The Victoria Four I* made up
of four singers.
lb.ram ft Nevam have a novelty
whli is .» per cent comedy. They
are inmost* and twisters.
Charles McDonald, the Irish
Mean Hrummet, and lb* Misses
Crawford and Montrose will appear
In * combination of singing, daft* I
ing Slid costume changes.
Pagabley I* an Instrumentalist
At th* Majestic.
At the Majestic the Three Rnehr*!
rac*. glide and loop the loop on I
their bicycle* Instd* a hug* globe
at a speed of .0 mile* an hour.
Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Keao and
1 (heir europftiiy bat* a comedietta.
"What Money Couldn't Day."
Utile Clara Itogers. although
young In years, ts an artist on the
I Little She is • California girl. |
:» an artist on lb. \
i 'si :ni* girl
Gertrude VanOyek, who i*»»
•rase* two dlailnt Hy different sing
Ing voices, assisted by May Fern, I
offers a hodgt* podge of singing I
| and nonsense.
Th* Mimic Four ptc.ent "Tht
.Nelson is a Jesting Juggler,
whose specialty I* bats.
At Pant age.
The Swlckards—Joe and Loulse
-are the big features *( Pantage*
next week. In it musical comedy
playlet. "The Shopllitera."
Wltlard's Temple of Music Is a!
mimical team, playing on a variety j
of strange tnstrumenta,
Htake's Animal Circus brings
"Maud." the uarida mule, with
an understudy, and a collection of
friend* from the barn yard.
Halibut. Dean and Hanlon, of
"Hani.it.'*." wilt appear In a com I
edy head and hand balancing act.
I'.al a. in r. Hill have a comedy
singing .and musical act. Mia* I
Helen Lowe and the Pantageseope
. n.i the bill.
HItOOKLYN, N. 11., Doe. 81.—
Miss Vivian llonitt'lioff. 19, a .hop
girl working far 15.-0 a week, has
Just fallen qelress to a forts) of
1:00,-00 left her by an uncle In
Germany, j*-*;' ' ',
JOKE ON LAWYER.
NKW YOrtk, Dec 31.—A. Dls
brow. a lawyer, was fined lib upon
conviction of spilling on the side
walk ten days ago. He has since
received 141 cuspidors from wag
gish friends '
I'Olt new. .n...i.in (urnl.hed rtwim. al !
low (irlie.. rail al The v ii.mue. 114 Vlr- !
glnla .- , near vVe.tl***. •*•
Danr. at Drftsmlaud tonlghL
GOV. HAY GETS DRAFT I
: OF NEW LIABILITY LAW
•fatltPM A Hue. 31.—Gov. M. 13.
Hay's employes' liability eommls
sloft ym.ieidiiy submitted copies of
.liejjlrttttid liability bill to liny.
Thy (bill will >" 1u11...1n.. dit
tin" ' .'omiiiK session of the legist*
lure In Its report ... thl governor
NKW MUtK Doe. 81—-Carl Off
stadl, three wi-eln. over from li.i
many, was robbed of .1.400 by a
negress in a Seventh sv, saloon
She .Id him she was an African
princess In distress.
Retail Prices at
:.,. Public Markets
i i,.in. ■■ ■ t i v i man ii -*
! AT MwN.l-.t-l. •.1,1.1*1.1.
Applfft Ml rat lug i. ml im,ktng. 7t
r*n.. to IT 10 * i-i.s. I'lui'ti. it 10 *o
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s'ssl.t ta-lMftif.-fta. | In • i .III* * pUUHII; J ft* | ft* li
rat* oftailltttt, Jfi Id *•» i ."ttt a liter I.i'*, '•»
nanttft. It tn || tenia i.« r down, tntfv
%•*•••• I for I* rtniili f ii.rlda (.it*...*.* M
|-m(» isstr *..>»• »t. in..a tt lo ,9 «tft t a
l-a-r pound, ■ rap* fruit. I l«r SI -*nt.
i *ulirii.i*4»r. It |0 It i-ftslil* frri he-a.l,
lit (it at I. atfi -ti » It ss'i.ta « liteuml, Y«k*
in.*. i» lan.t-a |i |t n in k. iuiitftr.l.
lie-a.J .r-llu.a- | l.ra.ta few* IS, -...<-, irlrrr.
I Btftltl-i It tenia, in i-ltti.t, 1 |.t,i,i,,ta for
I'lMiir.i ».ui!»r. i« • *nts> |i*r imuhfl:
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■ •■ilia |tvi i.,viti.i, It-ei iistrgtt r»i*rh **-.-•
It etantt. ttt •!*•»* ti, f.ait»m fit*. Iti Hint
11 tt-itta per iltirft: IsiitU. I ullri, .
pOtllltU frjT |t;* full 4 14-s.ni chttM, It te;il|
i'*r immiihi. or S f i*»tt..ila for }ft r*nrt,
rrtlniit il.ers.' tt iriils j.i-i pout..., Wla
toi.aiit rrcam rhiwM- ft i*i,t*i i-n itMii-.ii
ft Both Phone* 5106
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WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY MATINEE .
Prices—loc. 25c, 50c, 75c Performance. Daily at 2:30-8:30
WHITE & STEWART "Cheric" By Hobart
PORTER J. WHITE CO.—"The Visitor
la UGH LL O *«>- D On Bounding Rope
VICTORIA FOUR —New York Singers
DONALD, CRAWFORD & MONTROSE
HARSH LEY — Expert Instrumentalist
"■in a*. i I
BO RAN I & NEVARO Twist* and Turns
MMM _f# WaPA Mi £+ Sullivan & Considine
0 Beginning Monday Matinee.
MATINEES DAILY-ALWAYS -
MOST COM.ORTAIIC THEATRE
IN SEATTLE 3 Rochr., Cycle Marvel.
__PrrTlTl ' j__B H-W Wr. & Mrs. Keltic, Sketch
®Vanl)ytk & Fein. For Fun
Clara Roger. — 'Cello
A. t *^lO»2o* Nelson Juggle. ___";
Lois Th eat c panH"
Main 1304 PHONES Ind. 4334
Hid Too ■ • A Political
Notleo the *•«• «-"-* Ihe. otter til.* Mtit- gatlre De-
I * lantern- join, lamb **.i ih* iie.t u„.i..i .-.„„_ Ih
OtlS Success l.meeti I'i.inpan, In Ihe IV , tt, la tailing tntl
if (he A •'■ v enturea
fix. Running for Office °£0M
COMPANY? I Alderman.
THREE SHOW. DAILY-—Matinees at 2:30, Evening* at 7 and 0
Not. the Price.— ls and 25 CIS.
Pantages Theatre XXX
Week Commencing Monday Afternoon, January 2, at 2:00
Willard's Temple ""swickards""' Blake. Animal
i, of Mu.ic -The Shoplifters " GrCU>
,-' . _. _——_—._.__ Peal.on and
Hanlon, Dean . _,,
, _- Continuous Hill
.„,. & Hanion Monday, Jan. 2 _________________________
—a———————- ______________________ Your Moneys
Helen Lowe The Pantageseope Worth .
For Souvenir Night
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Limoges Ware Is . possibly they are going out of business
considered the highest grade and advertised a Hale — we
made. We have the largo tea bought the entire lot— tile orlg
cups and saucers, hand paint- innl selling price was $1.00 ami
ed, different designs, for next up.
c ■ — A cup and mincer for each
These were Imported by a de- lady—lf they are cumboraome
partment store of this city, to carry, wo will have delivery
well known for solect goods— made to your borne.
Hotel Savoy Cafe
-a* . ....;.,
I lii commission Intimates that the
proposed law provides for ii system
of compensation to Injured em
ployes and contribution* by Indus
trlsl Institutions similar to the plan
generally adopted by Insurance
THAW WILL WRIT..
MATTKAWAN. N. V.. Dee. 31,-*-
Harry Kendall Thaw will be ft con
tributing editor to the nets Issue
of ihe weekly paper Issued by the
Inmates of Un local Insane hospi- J
NEGRO TURNINQ WHITE,
NORFOLK, Vn.. Dec. 31.— Tims
Turner, 64, a negro. Is slowly turn
ing white hero. The change, is dm
to toss of pigment strength In his
skin. ." •
hrianil A., and Vlarl... Ml,
IV ... ii.iiiii, Sun.lar. January *1,
Original tet.uln* m..iln« |inure.
Taken *l ■*« I i«r.vi«"> November
It, lilt, Full II Mtwrlnf end knurli
...i fe.leat S.r4l* In »..tl.l ft l.lali.rr.
l-.uvei.e Levy, ewner t,( eaclu.lv.
Ki.i. of Waal-lnilun i.nMa
I.'m— An, •»,„. -Or.
_;_'_■■; _ - AMUR. MINTS.
Tomorrow Ni(-ht I.l*l Tun* WM. A. BRADY (Ltd.) Presents
-M|.|.. ,1. .1 1,, 11,,,.!,,, 1t.,,.,, In |,|„,,,,| Mlirlilun's Ilemari.al.le tn.erl.an flat
' tl On .;.! I
Moore Theatre J<^»n_.c" T
SEATTLE. LEADING THEATRE
Beginning With a H.ppy New Year Performance on Monday Night!
Three Nights and Wednesday Matinee
■I -'"'__■ '• MM *■*. M 808 sss**. ■ -________1
__________ •*..-*__; '
• « (Under Her Own Manapement'
In Her i'u|, i.lfllng Yachting ('..iii.dv,
The Inferior Sex
BY FRANK STAYTON
As Piloted to the Harbor of Success Last Season During leoni; Cruises
SI lily's and Maxim- Klllott'a Theatre*, New York.
Prices—COc, It*. . $1.00, $1.60 sr.d $3.00.
£^H|V-\. Beginning FRIDAY, Jan. 6. for Nine Nights
5. * and Three Matinees
Jgg^i THE WHITNEY OPERA CO.
_■! fc. Direction F. C. Whitney, in
:% -■ "T~|-|rf> m OPERA Of
IWiJ * *'^ STRAUS WAtTZES
_P law a-a _-. a-. 1 A
11 tit. "' llnmer at (law*.* It-rnanl -l.a- a...l th* arid- ,_^tS^lfr^?_f_S
I aut-ue lle.i.i.n. 1 .... ar raw* _HrW*<_-*i-'-*»*w___Bi
Great Eattern Organization Practically Intact r^^^^^R
Caaate-a* *( M—ayhliear, Opera l.m 1.,.,* ilr.l.e-tra ..( M L_*e .i"*«<-ie*'-:'/T
VI. fteha I u.i.l. Hire. S*s- *
rin.'K- i.-<r. n i*, ii... -- .„, E^tssV ds-r
--u.,| ,...,. ,., ,,,,ed. Tt,.air. sale beflna Tueadar. _______L___-E I
*.UTl"—*«e ...i.-ts mn la- aeeepied lur (lr.t row o( eeata. *—^a**"—! " "**
lletuli «( unusual onheetr*.
I here I. >. ||,|.„. -,„.e, la Ih* «„rl,| „f M_,l* |._|.- .*,,,- .,„.„-. _,
I 1.,1 ie a '••-.111.,* a* Dial ttlatneal 1.,
EMILIO DE GOGORZA
koloisi' IN 111, | mill. MMI 11. ill ,M ,v,
SEATTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
ll.nr, lt*wtU*, ( . .a..|... 1..r
j.n..v MOORE THEATRE- 8:15
EVENING " SHARP
I'ttlfl-lt— ||.*t. nt*. lit*. II 11. II tt.
i...*!* 1 "•'* ".'".'V "i "•* J'*""-*' '» A. M. '*'' Srd-Out-ot-Town Mail Ch
arter repeal. " *■-••»> "^ 0r Ci"<k "w"v» t"vmt" •«-«'•-•■I*
GRAND OPERA HOUSE _gg*gj|
One Week. Starting Sunday Matinee, January 1
Special Matinee Monday
The Greatest of Commed.ennet and Prima Donnas, Dainty
In C. H. Kerr'* Great Masterpiece
A Soul-Stirring Play—A Beautiful Story of Home Life— Full of
Pathes and Comedy. With Special Musical Numbers
PMCES—Eve.. 25c, GOc and Ttvc "Matinees Thursday and Satur
day, BtMt Heat*. 25c.
NEXT ATTRACTION—One week. Starting Blind*) Matinee. Jan
uary I, the Ilia. Musical Comedy by Hough, Adams & Howard.
genii on Sale Thursday.
/ _f_^^^_||^_fMeattle Theatre
1 •i-P_e-'^___*_2-*M **__ A VT-JSat >> K__SSS^Bs'_r^ ..,.. __.
WBgXoiiiF^ "-*^==***=^ ; - — -, -=s
t-IB*t*jiltk* aVlaamK.Wl_l '-'•''■'?.' i''*^'-'*'*
llijtrsi^^^THE HOUSE ™AT IS NEVER DARK
Cto.L.BA.tt«^^asV A ones 43 HARRY L CORT ' "*•-
Pees. $• G*nl. M^r. v.££K CONraCNCINC
ENTIRE SUNDAY MATINEE
CHANCE OF PROGRAM January Ist
EVERY WEEK Hoyf.
PRICES: NIGHTS, 7S-50-25-Ss* 'A Tem P e,-ance Town'
(MAT,NEES\WED.SAT.*SUN. W"h K^^TT
3 ONLY i 50-25 iveT UceU--,,,. .hillar MiV*
BARGAIN MATINEE EVERY __£ !__*_ ___* - ** "'sN ___
WEDNESDAY-BEST SEATS 25* ~
Bueine.s Brin_era. Stir classified ad*. Buy or
i •ell real estate, etc-