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, ,Tho first or a scries of
plnylettoe to be produced by mem
ibers of tho Family theater stock
company, composed of amateurs of
'this city, was given Thursday night
and made a decided lilt. "Tho Story of
tho Violets" was tho offering. It was
played by Miss Virginia Fairfax, Wal
ter M. Ebel, who wroto tho sketch,
and 11. S. Vail, proprietor of tho
' Tho llttb playlett told a story of
genuine heart Interest. It was do
cldcdly dramatlo at Us conclusion and
was lntersporsed with rare good com
edy that mado tho entire production
to success. Interest centered In Mr.
yall'a acting, and li must be said
to his credit that he gave his largo
dramatic denies It, spit In his eye."
Sny, do you know Stanton? Well,
thnt was a Rood one Dob gut off.
Tho gang snickered, imt not llous
um. "Am I to tnko yo literally?" ho
'Btrerytll'ng I fcay Is to bo taken
literally," roared Hot), and Jlousum
HVho'e your friend, Dob?" Inquired
Ci-avath, wfao "colleUta tho I D.'b
morning bundlo of pollco facta and
'(Don't you know him?" cried Oray
of Tho Pross, boosting homo lndim
ttiy, "Why that's Mr. Skygack, from
"That's tho way It goes," grom
Med Lnrkln. "Give a guy a blinch
of cubs and then expect him to como
up with all tho poftco nowe of a
JiOrig coultaMt with coii and
"dicks" who won't give up Uio big
stories Jibb mado IJob sort of tcaty.
"That sensitive nature will have n
sweot time with the rough nooks at
tho station house," dbsenved Stock
man of tlio Nowb.
The name Skygack stuck to Hous
um. Did you over do tho pretlncts
for a morning paper? Well, It Isnt
calculated to sootho an esthetic tem
perament. Skygack dMn't etl'lc
long. So Sandora called Wm In and
hhd him help; Bill Itoss on financial.
tvny aureus of proonicclved no
tions niout tho romance of tlio re
porter's life Skygack might have- had
H, S. VAIL, VBIISATILB MANAOEU
of tho Family Theatre playing the
Xead In "The Story of tho Violets".
at his playhouso this week. (Noto the
abselnce ot tho carnation.)
clrclo of friends a genuine surprise.
Ho portrayed tho part of "Ilobert
Hunter," tho breezy New Yorker, In
a natural nad easy manner and sang
"I Wish I Had a Girl" In such a way
that necessitated repeated encores.
Mr. Ebel and Miss Fairfax showed the
experience they have had before the
footlights, and, taken all In all, tho
sketch was one of the prettiest and
niodt novel seen In this theater In
many days. It is but a prelude to
other worthy and heavier productions.
throwing tin search-light of public
notlco on nn Institution almost ns
Impontant from a numerical stand
point ns tho show girl, sho of Broad
way predilection. This time It Is
tho manlcuro maid and her tomptn
tlons boing held up to .the dramatic
mirror, and her case Is1 found to bo
almost as perilous as tho exotic
flower which flourishes! only under
tho lrrlglit lights.
That women grow notoriously com
munttsaflFiyo over their tollots has
long been a matter of noTc, noted by
ino Knowicugo sccKers ana nows
gaihercre, and now thnt men, espe
cially tho liietern genus, has becomo
effoto to tho extent of patronizing
the manicurist, it Is found tho con
fidential noto struck by tlio Intimacy
of tho narrow tablo with Its array of
shining toilet articles, Js not confined
to women. In fact, the trtrongor sex
find U extremely easy to erosa tho
boundaries proscribed by concontlon
allty under theso circumstances, nnd
fond of doting papas of extensive
iixink roils and much Firth avenue
town house, motor car equipped, find
tlio immaculate manicure maiden
equally as predatory in tho matter of
gullible sons, as tho dhonus conting
ent. Jolm or Jamea Jr. left to wan
der at will through tho malzo of
flaunted fasdnatons, trammolod In
Jiis progress iby overmuch monies and
ttono, Is qirito as llko to "fall" for tho
ono as tlio other, both being suf
ficiently daring to administer that
Mhook It Is tlio naturo of youth to
craw, Endless successions of life's
lofit aftor doing morning police, hoT sweetmeats cloy the taste and breed
lost helping Bill. Skygxittk'H Job was
to tako yesterday's stock quotation
sheet, comparo It wuth today's and
then flguro out tho plus or minus
fractions for tho n'so and fain xol
nmn. SkTgaiok got a hcada.Jhe, but
ho stuck to it.
BUI Sago discovered Skysnck and
let him work, Mondays helping out
a moilbld appotl'ito for tho common
1laco anj-thrjig away from tho rou
tine nnd tho exjpected. So wo have
the (Influx of tho manteuro maid Into
tho sacred precincts of tho socially
eloctt, huniured though they bo be
hind paneled mahogany.
Just as tho morality of tlio show
girl Is In Its ordinary concopttoii, Is
Marlon friends received cards today
announcing tho marriage of Miss
Tulsa Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fltzhugh Lee, to Mr. Ray Henry
Leason of Springfield. The ceremony
was performed Tuesday, Juno this
eighth, at Nowport, .Kentucky.
Mrs. Leason will bo remembered
by playgoers as "Tulsa, tho girl with
tho big brown eyes," having played
eovoral engagements at tho Family
theatre. Last week sho appeared on
tho Family bill as a dlrectolro girl,
and later In her character change
specialty In which sho portrays n
Flower of Old Japan, an Indian maid
and a Lowboy girl most effectively.
She Is a dainty little actress and a
charming woman and during her
lirlef stay hero ha3 won many admlr--crs
' Mr. Leason is a hustling young
business man employed ns chief
looking agent iu the Gus Sun office
at Springfield. He will tako his
bride to Uvo in that city.
A Rival to the Nightingale at the Family Theatre
t . I'
Continued from ?ago Nino.
'Mrs, Graco McCreary and daughter,
Thelma, of Marlon, were guests at
tho Stephen Smlloy homo. Friday.
John Ilenkel and dalighter, Myrfc,
ot iDelaware, came to Ijo31uo Friday
evening (o friend a, few days with
. Mr. and Mrs. Ben, .Thatcher and
little son, of .Marlon,' visited relatives
hero from Saturday until Monday
Mrs. Sarah Blow and MI&9 Gnll
Kverott, ot north of town, went to
Marlon, Friday, to visit relatives for
a few days.
Messrs. oleo Holl!aayi'Fred Thorn
burg, John Sagor, Leo Prottyman,
)Valtcr Bailey and Wilko Carr wero
visitors n Marlon, Sunaay.
iMr. and Mrs. Hiram .Whlpps and
daughter, of Murlon, wore guests at
the John Dusnng homo, west of
town, Sunday and Monday.
Misses Florence, Nellie, Anna and
Graco Alspach, ot Marlon, were
guests of their brother, O. A'ispach
and family, Sunday and Monday.
Mr. nnd Mr. A. F.' Oonstlfen and
son Perl, returned to their homo In
Carey, Monday, after a pleasant
visit at tho D. D. Kempor homo.
Mrs. O .O. Miller, of DcCllff, and
Miss Matca Paulsen, of this vlllago,
left Tuesday morning for a two
weeks' visit with Loral nrelatlvcs.
Itev. J. O. Boberts,of Delaware,
was called to LaRue, to offlclato nt
tho funeral of B. O. Kemper, last
Friday. Ho also visited friends
while here. i(
Misses LI11I6 Mooro nnd Metta
Hopkins, of Marlon, visited rela
tives and frlonds in and near this
vlllago from Saturday until Monday
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W: Mayer nnd
daughter, Thelma, of Marlon, wero
guests at tho C. M. 'Tannyhlll nnd
Harry Liwlsl homos Sunday and Mon
day. IiKsse Lena Topllft and Marguerlto
Guthcry, Mr. and Mrs' Waller Lin
go nnd Messrs Bussoll Wilcox and
Lloyd Thomassoni wero visitors in
Marlon, Tuesday. , ,
'Mrs. George HlnkJInt nnd daugh
ter, Blanche, visited Marion rela
tives from Sunday until Tuesday,
iwhon thoy loft for Garrett, Ind.,
iwhcro they will -visit. Howard
dlinklin and famillys for a couplo of
iMrs. Charles Mctz is quite ill at
her homo on North High streot.
A. L. Boyd, of Mt. Victory paid
Laltuo a business visit Friday.
Mrs. Maggie Scott visited friends
In Bellefontalno, Tuesday nnd
IM'&s Loltz, of Marlon, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drako
Monday. 1 '
(Master Bon Winnt and Altman
'Ttaub Jr., spent Friday wIUi Marion
"Miss Nclllo HofTman, of), south of
town, 1:( visiting rolatlves and
friends in Marion at presont.
JIOWj THE CLUB MAISE
- iAnd wo call him Skygack!
fTiiht Is tho name ' wo applied to
Chas. "Root. HousumMr. Skyeack
from Mara wo, meaning tho news
paper ibu ncli.
iHousum blew in last fall as a
tub on the Leader. Nobody know
M'hero ' Jio camo ram. Nobody
asked. To tho newspapers many
nra called, but only a few stick.
And aiousum-jwoll, he looked tran
BBewt. Tho gang had tho lmipresa'on
ho'd been to Yalo or somewhere.
Ebrt ot an Idea ho had a drag high
up that got hlra on the Leader
phna, Sanders was on tho city
desk the day Ilousum reported for
(work. Housura very evidently wasn't
nn athelcte. Ho was slim nnd ner
ivoiw looking tlio regular" kind that
coins out of tho colleges, you know.
) ILookHl as though ho ought to wear
,W9gfcts on his shooi to hold him
dcwn tu-rnilne tho windy comers.
pfouwim ihad a look that was an
tfnal question mark. Ho poerod
i ,li0 SandcrB faco 'hrough oyo
' rtawaoo a ffunrtor of nn inch thick.
-CfewJefi gayo ihim on look, gimnted
' Mfl 'allot Housum down to pollco.
"jKkj UtBB was lommlnir nround In
l?. '-.L-1 I . i . .-.....-
llMln none of tho bosses would show
';, whn, Housum, a moro bcwllderoa
fcfyfPpUon marJc than over, roportod
toBoi) Tjarkln. who was in pliarcn
k' of,' the' Leader's police reporters that
l,f ' tfayi.V Jloup'U&n. Btcpped up yery cloeo
jtr;flto ana annouaceu ho had como
said BoU, "You a
Httoqani replied tlint this vras his
yam,' -y m a pnoflonal Journal-
, ipt-"' 'larn suddenly turned pur-
tjou,tafO thB, Et-Mo proclncts
in tho theater criticisms. Skygack a fabric of extreme elasticity, so the
uaiwuy urow wie .Majes,uc or jjyooum. manicure girls in jromtaguo's utory
Probably -ouvo seen tho short crlt- are not at all squoamlsh albout tread
ing "Tho Easiest Way " Tho excep
tion Is Impersonated by Ml'ea Ida
Conquest, and a most human excep
tion sho Is, In awry situation of the
Tho story lacks tho force and grip
ping jKuwer of the Walter production
Ibut Js a creditably forged link in ho
iviuv.n 01 kochu ovit piaya neaqmea to
dlt'placo tlio financial nnd political
drama lately fixed in tho affftctlons
of tho play-going public.
h? '!.. 'Vt tho Fifth ask
1 KikW ijIIia 1lfoiaAniMt( 4lifi
- MV tr.TlXVHWli.KrU. WUD
hisms In tho Ieader fsigned "Hous
um." Sk"ack wroto them. They
wero good, too.
But let us digress. Once thoro was
a Cleveland reportor named Gene
Walter. Ho went away and wroto a
play called "Paid in Full," and
straightway Ibogan to roll in wealth
and Ms own limousine. Slnco that
ttaio uTory ono of us has had tho
hunch ho could repeat Geno Waltor's!
aohlovomont. Most oyery ono of us
has a drama or so almost aono. Of
bourse, nobody has over made good.
Now cornea tlio human interest
part of tho story. R'ght out of tho
idear sky comes tho nows that Sky
gack has written a play rooro, ho
has found a producer for It.
Tho play) is called "In Glass
Houses." (Mildred Holland will havo
,tho star rolo. Her manager is
backing the play to tho limit, buy
ing Mildred a flOOO gown and all
that. All tils for Skygack still n
Blow has followed blow. Wo
have learned Skygack onco was dra
matic editor of tho Yalo Courant
a regular "hoolor" in dramatics, In
fat. Ho Is a Yalo graduate, mem
ber of tho Hermits club, mombor of
tlio Country club, 'etc., otx.
Skygack has loft tho Leader and
taken a Job that gives him a chance
to get in somo of his flno writing.
Between assignments, Jiowovor, Sky-
Sack can find timo to go Into tho
Colonial theater to critlcieo tho re
hearsals. His royalties bogla next
Rlchwood, Juno 4 J. G. nichard
hnd n valuable cow killed In the pas
turo field last Thursday night by
Miss Bessie Baker snent Sunday
and Monday as tho guest of rela
tives nnd old friends In Columbus.
Mrs. J. M. Wilklns ot Rlchwood,
nnd Mrs. W. N. Mctcalf ot Mansfield
were guests of friends in Columbus
Roy Prlnglo of Columbus, spent
Saturday as tho guest ot his uncle,
Dr. B. P. Hall and family of north
M. E. Stamats returned to Rich
wood Tuesday after a few rtnyn' visit
with hli brother-in-law, J. A. JPrlco
Mrs. W. N. Hedges of Jackson
township, was In nttcndaiico at tho
Sunday school convention nt Ray
Mrs. Philip Ebert of Marlon, spent
Sunday as tho guest of her sisters tho
Misses Hlghbargains ot south Fulton
An cloven pound girl baby camo
to gladden tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs
Etrtmett Decker of Jnckson township
Ira Parker of Fletcher, Bpent sev
eral days tho latter part of tho wee):
at tho homo of Mrs. Louisa Marrlbtt
on Beatty avenue.
Miss Hnrriett Butler left Rlchwood
yesterday for" her homo In Plain City
where she will spend tho summer vh
ltlng her jiarents.
L. J. McCoy, cashier of Tho First
Natlonnl Bank visited with relative)
at Wilmington, Onlo, from Friday
until Monday evening.
Mrs. James Cuslc nnd bnbo of Ma
rlon, spent Decoration day nt the
homo of Mrs. Mary Spratt and fam
ily of south Franklin street.
B. F. Carman nnd wlfo of Mt. Ver
non, wero guests Sunday and Mon
day at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Howo of cast Ottawa street.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spring nnd
two children of Delaware wero guests
Sunday of Arthur Spring nnd family
of south Fulton street.
Paul B. VanWInklo of Columbus,
was a guest Sunday and Monday ot
his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. W. Vnn
Winkle of south Franklin streot.
Francis Landon and family and
Mrs. D. B. Wllloughby and daughter
ot Marlon, woro guests Decoration
day ot Gcorgo Smith and family of
south Fulton street.
S. A. McNeil Is in Columbus this
week as a Juryman In tho United
States district court and Mrs. ,McNell
Is enjoying tho week visiting among
old Columbus friends.
Clnro Martin of tho O. S. U. at Co
lumbus was a guest tho first of the
week at tho homes of F, A. Martin
and family nnd B. F. Humphreys nnd
family of Rlchwood.
Miss Cecil Thornburg Is visiting
her cousin Mrs. Lena Read of Ostran-
Mrs. E. II. Pcrlkns visited relatives
nnd old frlonds in Ostrander over
Lev. Ogborno of Milford Center,
was in Rlchwood a fow hours Sun-
uay shaking hands with old ac
quaintances. Mrs. Jennie Keller and llttlo grand
daughter, Martha McCamey, are
guests of tho former's sister, Mrs.
T. C. Ford of near Broadway.
Mrs. R. B. Wolgamot and daughter
Kathryn of Guthrie, Oklahoma, aro
guests at tho homes of John Ogan
and M. C. Wolgamot this week.
John Walters and wlfo of West
Liberty, wero guestB Monday at tho
homo of Miss Alma Donohuo. and
other relatives and old friends In
Leo Fisher of Marlon, was a guest
Monday ot relatives nnd friends in
City ISational Bank.
Omr. Main mmi Omntmr Stm
CAPITAL SI OCK - - $100,000
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $38,000.
(njcjr-, uj OFFICIOUS.
I, A. Merchant, Presldont. I). 11. Lincoln, Cnnhler.
1). R. Crlsslnger.Vlce President J, 11. Wctmoro, Asst. Cashier,
A sharo of your banking business solicited. v
Safo Deposit Boxes for Rent Intorest paid on Deposits.' "
F. A. Huber,
D. R. Crisslnger,
Jns. B. Guthcry,
John D. Owons,
Dr. 0. E. Sawyer,
Busby P. Swenoy,
Isnac A. Merchant.
Chas. II. McElvy,
Geo. W. King,
Geo. E. Salmon,
A. E. Cheney,
' DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS
Don't wait nuy longor, for your teolh should be looked aftor now,
ns dolays aro dangerous.
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W MV WW WW 'MflJ'
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Come in and Talk It Over No Charge
Full Set of Teeth, $300, $5.00 tt S800'
Gold Crowns, S300
Modern Painless Dentists
Hours 8 n. m. to 8 p. in. Sunday's 0 a. in. to 2 p. in.'
118 1-2 South Main Stroot ovor Busy Beo Restaurant. '
The Marion National Bank.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital $200,000.00. Surplus $70,000.00.
undivided Profits $20,000.00.
Accounts ol Corporations, farmers, lirma and Individuals Solicited
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts issued on Foreign Countries
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITES.
OlTKIOKKSi-J. K. Waddell, I'rcildent.
O. K. Bawyer. Vice Troildent,
Charles N. Fbllllpi, oaihter.
Earl J JLeo, Asilitant Okihler.
J. K. Wftdrtell
O. K Bawyer
II. u. Hane
Geo. W. King.
Martin J. Uarlce.
We solicit your banHing business, with the assur
ance on our part that it will be Kept strictly con
fidential. Our method of doing business is cal
culated to insure satisfactory service.
New Accounts Solicited Old Accounts Protected
All Accounts Appreciated.
The Marion County Bank Co. ,
Capital and Surplus $333,333.00
Slnlco 60 many havo come away
from 'Tho Eaniest "Way," Eusono
Walters' porworful drama, of tho sea
son at tho Now York gtuyvosant, to
11088 or mamo ton story (both atti
tudes contributing equally to Its pop
ularity) playwrlghta both In the om-
bryonle and full Mown etago havo a
fioclal ovtl to solvo via the calcium.
lAt tho Hackott thciitro this week.
wwi jVo44 ttiare. If he a nqw author, John Moataguo, Is
'The Hermits," tho much heraldod
Clovoland clulb composed of tho For
est City's younger generation of pluto
crats today finish a week of "The Her
mits In .Africa," n musical melee from
tho pens of various members, who have
moro than a passing acnualntan'ce
with tho muso. $25,000 was ex
pended In costuming and staging the
ttiov Tvftich. 1b tho propayatlng
garden for much hidden talent In
tho entertainment lino. All tho roles
aro assumed by club members, and
tho girl characterizations aro models
of grace and fashion. Altogether,
tho society men prove thoy nro pos
sessed of much versatility and a
saving sense of tho ridiculous.
E. H. Sothern and Julia Mar
lowo havo comblnod at the Academy
of MubIo 4o glivo New York a
Shakespearean! -week t destined to
linger long In tho memory as ono
of tho tiltra-fllnlshed dramatic pro
ductions pf. the, presont day stago.
There will bo two more weeks of this
laudabla hlatronfo and literary piece
do resistance, 'at tho ond of which
time, tho famouJ duo will liavp In
terpreted a goodly numiber of
Shakespeare's host known and be
loved icharactera. More of this tort
of mimicry and then -tho soft pedal
for tho down wlth-the-stogo misanthropes,
. Qold Medal Flour was your mother'
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