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EAST JORDAN. MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1912.
FIVE BIG ENTERTAINMENTS
Two Musical Programs, A Car
toonist, An Evening, of Magic,
and Two Splendid Lectures
Evelyn Barrett Co., Nov. 18 1912.
Reno, M agician, Jan. 31, 1913.
Win, Rainy Bennett, Lecturer, Mar.
Chicago Glee Club, Mar. 17. 1913
Judge Aiden, Lecturer, April 17,
The course this year is under the
same local management as during the
past two yearn. The course is also
furnished by the lied path Lyceum
Bureau who have furnished the ex
cellent talent for East Jordan courses
or many years. The Bed path name
J a gaurantee of high quality, and
we feel sure that all who favor us
with their patronage this season will
be satisfied with the course as a whole.
Although our course this year costs
the committee about twenty per cfnt
more than last year, we are making
a substantial reduction in the prices.
Our largest hope and desire in assum
ing the responsibility aud burden of
this course is to render the largest
possible benefit to the community.
We want to till the theatre to the
uppermost seat in the gallery that a
thousand of our people old and youi'g
may 6hare in the mental stimulus,
pleasure aud wholsotue inspiration of
We ask you to read the description
of the numbers glveii in these col
umns. Our ticket sellers will call
on you soon with a copy of the East
Jordan Lyceum Herald containing
further information about the course.
They will also present you with a
folder giving a financial statement
Of the courses of 19l64n ,and "1911-12
on page four, and a detailed state
ment of prices on page three. An
examination of the latter will reveal
the fact that reserved seats may be
secured at an average cost of from 20c
to 30c varying with the part of the
theatre, by securiug course tickets
in Hdvance. Student tickets are less
than these prices. Under the con
ditions stated clilMren under twelve
will be admitted for 10c each number.
The course will open No. 18 with
acomblnded concert and cartoon en
tertainment by .the Evelyn Bargelt
Co. All entertainments will be given
at the Temple Theatre and tickets
may be purchased and reserved at
Hack's Jewelry Store.
EVELYN BARGELT COMPANY.
With her crayons of different colors
Ils Evelyn liargalt produces before
her audiences many landscapes which
appear us beautiful as paintings, white
her humorous drawings a if as funny
in the comic section. u the Sunday
papers. While her pictures an? taking
shape under her deft flowers she charms
her hearers with flashes of wit and
humor. She has appeared on hun
dreds of -Lyceum courses and Is one of
the test known eutertaiuers of the
, The violinist with this company is
Miss Ethel Freeman, who was for
some time with the Ladies Spunlsh Or
chestra as nolo violinist and received
mmt fluttering commendations of her
work wherever that organization ap
peared. Subsequently she apeared
with the Mozart Company, In which
her playing captivated many audiences.
Horace Victor Itenjamln is baritone
with this conqtany and possesses one
of the finest voices before the public.
He has done a large amount of vocal
work throughout the country and al
ways wins hi audience not only by j
the unusuall? beautiful quantity of
his voice, but by his superb style of
Miss Isabelle ITaUenger, the pianist
has played on the an me program with
Enrigo Tramontl, the famous harpist.
The New York Musical Courier' refer
ing to Miss Hallenger's work, says,
"She put into the work a breadth of
style and brilliancy of technique
which made her performance one of
keen artistic pleasure."
For thirty-three years Edward Iteno
has been a magician, and In that timo
he has traveled all over the world. In
cluding India, Syria and Egypt He
Is constantly inventing new things in
magic and illusions; also In foreljn
lands he picked up many things not
known to many professionals. Magic,
like everything else, has progressed
with rapid strides during the past few
Reno has the usual light parapher
nalia, but performs his tricks while In
ordinary evening dress aud so adroitly
as to escape detection in every case.
In this respect he Is a wonder. lie
does things that sef. absolutely im
possible of execution without the aid
of supernatural nge:iey.
Ono of his performances that never
fail to amaze his audiences is known
as the "dove trick." He bums a piece
of commou paper, aud n dove rises
phoenix-like from the nshes. He ap
parently tears the dove in two. only to
find that be has two doves in his hands.
RENO. THE MAGICIAN.
lie throws a glns of water iuto the
air, and it changes into a dove and
Not the least enjoyable feature of
Reno's performance is the running fire
of comment with which be enlivens
everything he does. These fragmentary
remarks are full of fun and wit, with
flash after flash of good tempered sat
ire aimed at himself or his work. He
is a man of flue personality and en
gaging stage presence, ith a keen
mentality and an artistic Appreciation
of the succens he has achieved in hi
In a performance two hours in length
he is able to spring one surprise after
another on his audience, keeping his
audience in a state of breathless wonder
and delight until they forget to note
the flight of time. The fact that many
of these tricks are inventions of his
own adds interest to the entertainment.
WILLIAM RAINEY BENNETT.
William Ralney Bennett, who Is to
lecture here. Is known in the Lyceum
world as "The Man Who Can." He
has a lecture on this subject, the theme
of which is that "he can who thinks
he can;' that In every brain there Is a
sleeping genius and that it can be
awakened. The lecture which he gives
WILLIAM RAINEY BENNETT.
will do 1L It helps a young man or
woman to find himself. It gives him
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The opportunities for getting a
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the high schools are giving courses
in agriculture. Two representatives
of the federal department of agricul
ture are traveling from farm to farm
giving instructions regarding noils.
crops and farm management.
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THE DIVORCE QUESTION
Gasklll and MacVitty will produce
at Temple Theatre, Wednesday Mov.
20th, Win, Anthony McCulre's stir
ring play VTho Divorce Question"
which ran 107 preformances at Mc
Vlckers Theatre in Chicago and re
ceived the unanimous support alike of
press, public and clergy.
The them of the play is an argu
ment against Divorce, the main idea
being that the uoxt generation must
be considered in laws enacted by the
present generation, taking the stand
that the purpose, of marriage In the
promulgation of humanity by the
production of children and the de
finite aud mrefuted idea contained is
that every child has a right to its
The story of the play shows that
pathetic phrase of lire wherein ' mar
rige has been adopted as the legiti
mate means of udultrv and whereiu
two children are sacrificed to the sel
fishness of the new moral code.
The degradation to which the poor
homeless chlldien fall the horrible
agony of the homeless, parrot less girl
who becomes a victim of white slav
ery and who cannot be received later
into the homes of her parents becauso
of their subsequent marriage and
This condition Is only equaled by
the wild grief of the boy who has be
come addicted to morphine In order
to drown coguszance of a terrible ex
istance. The depth to which these poor
children have fallen seems more ter
rible when the priest produces statis
tics to show that they are but two of
a million and a half of such cases
brought about by divorce. .
The remorse of the parents upon,
seeing the result of their actions also
becomes pitiful, but their selfish ideas
of life prevHit them from undoing
what they have done, until when al
most too late .they see the enormity
of their ntT'ence and through the
efforts of the priest strive to save the
remnants of their flesh and olood.
Better a night worker then a day
Most of a man's illusions depart
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