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THE 2tEDPORD MAIL TRIBUNE, aiED.FORD, OREGON, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1909.
- --------- -- - CHRISTMAS NIGH EN I FIT THE BAND -- - -. -. 20 V I'' 4c 'f 3y 4 a.- 5i tl 4 MISS BESSIE FISHER AS JENNIE SUMMERS. IN THE PLAY. "IN WYOMING." 8ataiAB 1 MlfTnfr'' "IN WYOMING" OLOJAVORITE Will Bo Shown Soon at Meilford Theater Made Remarkable Hit When Here Last Year. FOR TUESDAY NIGHT Pupils of St. Mary's Will Glvo Mil sical Recital Which Will Bo Most Pleasurable. SOME FACTS ON 0 OF OjLEF CLUB Splendid Entertainment Promised by tho Boys From the University of OroQon. The only real glee club In tho northwest. Tho finest quality in voices over sent out "by the statu university. .The best trained club that has ever represented the Kngono team. I ho twoltth annual tour of tho or ganization. Professor I. M. Olou has u wide reputation as one of tho ablest di rectors in the northwest, mul lias directed tho club every year sineo its orgnniaztion. The "stunts" thi syear nro the best ever. Tho "Firo-in-nKrat" finale one of tho cleverest operatic burlesques ever written for non-professional rendition. Tho falsetto solo by Curtis, with horns accompaniment, will make your hair stand on end. Tho "Trumpet" hour, arranged by Hack, and "Tho Hullfrog" refrain, feel tho nromn of tho cactus and Madge Mayo, Veniu Griffin, Viola J will npixml most affectively to those "In Wyoming," which comes to tho Medford theater soon is ,withouti doubt, tho best play Mr. Willard Mack ever wrote, tho story is inter esting throughout tho entire four acts and there is not n moment, from the rise to the fall of the curtain when tho interest of tho spectator flags. Tho following is the program for tho recital to bo given by pupils of St. Mn,ry'fl Academy, Tuesday, De cember 21. "Sunflower Dnnee," duet (W. E. MaeClymont) Misses Zoa Griffin, erna Urittiu, Mamie Deuel, Gertrude Kay, Anitn Dodge, Maud Jones, Ma rie Wnsohan, Hervl Uthorlaud, Uos sio Moore, Madge Mayo. Vnlse, solo (F. Chopin Op. TO No. 1) Miss Madgo Mayo. "Tho Interviewer, declamation The characters aro all taken from life and nro a correct portrayal of Misses Myrtle MeKea, Vola Selig the people who go to mako up tho m- "Melody of Love, solo (II, Kngel- hnbitants of the state from which tho man) .Misses Catherine Deuel, Jose play fakes its name. Tho scenes and phino Hoot, Margaret, Emig, Jonn incidents aro laid in tho beautiful j Anderson. Caroline Andrews. Big Horn' valley, tho center of inter- First Singing Tour of "Ma Dusen- est beintr the ranch of a well-to-do berry and Hor Genrls." cattleman. Tho picturesque scenery is all painted from sketches made on tho spot by tho eminent painter, Mr. Part II. "Second Muzurka," solo (J. M. Echwerrin, Op. 13) Miss Gcrtrudo CECIL KIRKE AS I'BOB RI0KETT3" WITH "IN WYOMING," SOON AT THE MEDFORD. 0. W. Wccnor, nml such has been! Fy i "Meditation." solo fC. L. Mnrri- t x w j . w 'ti v - - ' . . ducing tho same, that one can almost son) -Misses Alleeno Kingsbury, sage bush, and mngine the inhaling. Selig, Catherine Deuel of the dry, choking alkali dust. "In Tl" " Meet Again" Senior No- chorus work. who enjoy beautiful harmonies in Wyoming" is an American play and cal Class. will live long in tho hearts of Ameri can theater-goers The piano solos by Ogdon, Welch, "Autumn Days," duet (Chns. Lind- Geislor. Vernon Vawter nml Martin say) Misses Bessie Moore, Zoa in tho "Accompanist Wanted," com Griffin, Gerturdo Fay, Beryl Lithor- cdy skit, demonstrate very forcibly TAYLOR DECIDES IN FAVOR Hand, Venm Griffin, Madgo Mayo, what a fino bunch of talented young OF A THREE CENT FARE Mnmio Deuel, Cntherino Deuel, Anita musicians Professor Glen hns had I Dodge, Vola Selig. i to deal with in tho 1000-10 club. CLEVELAND, Ohto, Dei.. IS.--, "ImpVampho Polka," solo (J. Ley-! Tho baritone solo of Kenneth Frnr. Federnl Judgo Taylor, acting as nrbi- baclr) Misses Beryl Litherland, Bes- ior is nlono worth tho price of nd tor in tho famous Cleveland street, sio Moore, Anitn Dodge, Mamie Don- mission. railway dispute today do.'idcd in fa- el, Gertrude Fay. Tho mandolin club will appear at vor of a three cent fare, with a one Second Sing Tour of "Mrs. Dusen- lonst three times i nnow and catchy cent transfer. berry mid Her Gearls." numbers. ft. V . . .... "mi 1 i : - ------- . 4 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, R A H RAH, RAH, R A H ! A H R A H MEDFORD THEATRE ONE NIGHT in Wednesday Evening, December 22 e U. of O. GLEE CLUB 30 COLLEGE BOYS 30 R H R A H A , Big Burlesque on Grand Opera Tickets on Sale Monday December 20 at Haskins Drug Store R A H RAH, RAH. RAH! ---- ----tttt:(---