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local PLAYHOUSES
DUTIHHT «»l*l 'l* * 1101 M!.
Pvrforinum i m itit* thin .ill' i
*i>M*n hiiil «‘v< iiinii of tii*- pupul<ii smith
li ul>vrt c«>luU‘ upi rd, "I'm !• ui tun*
Tullffl,” Then«* murk lln • i"- Hl of lln
•iiHun'im ill of tin AI mi it Umutr Up. ra
< otlll.Hk> 111 (lie Itolroil • »!•> I.i huum*.
'll ill* iv on i* «ii tli«' .in* i pi**it iitluu,- !■'.
vlx.tls ili.it tin* \imin ni in.ii;> in< lit,
tn. iil<. ituriitK its «vi .nil. t> utiri* nf Hu'
Uulruit Miami*. 'I n>' im iui»*nt «•! tli*' i a <1
nr i.. up lo li*- > * -i. tins, rvqulKV
it Kim of i hi* rol'-s the.s ;ir* « .i!l'it
upon to pins ami ni'isi of tin in have
pi iy.4 in tii< ot'i'i .i im ii "upli "t
tX-iIMOIII bl fotl*. 1I I 114 I NS lilt M ..!« -Nlil-
Meit o I 111 nulls, (iii'iit pi oilurlioiis
i.\ t i.i m.
Mr «JI jo i lihi *ili*i It.| for tin* elns
111* Mill 111 til' I«>4'4 util lll'\t ss k 11. ••
Mg Hi'lun u mu i . .-riii \Y itrrotiN <»f
Virginia." a pluy l uilt aoumJ tlo* ' los
tn r ui* t*l•■ ii t s oi' tli< is II war, dlffetaits;
gt «*ut!> trout tin ovi i.iu> tiiilltiM or
w.u ili.uni anil a l.iiK' ml* *»•■••
Os 111 t<l4* Hi t' i< I'll' N . IM'' pi •■'*4* Is f t Oil!
tint p**ii of William i' I ii-Mlllo. t*■ < • ••l« I
- hoii of Iti'l.oi c's ui'! -1' i.i-- '•ollrtlio*
tltl'l. illl'l l'l ll 1> ' l\4'|. II • 41. tin huh >
In iu follow i
l.al II \S ltri'4 I). III;'. of 1.. . H 4 "llltlinll
•I« is. Winn oui ns* 11 li tin hard iti if' iitul
Hirtikon iloNVu ssltii f• * n >r, ts ordered
to I'tiiin t" i ll I".II" mil l>> tin i oui
t*'H> Os till I'niOll K' I" I'll Is .lllllNN4.il
to pa.-s through ill'* fotli'i'.il luo-i. I’m*
t<artN Is Inti ii i pt.-.l hn Uhyit n'irton, a
>ouiik of1 1 • i*i ss’lio | i i"! I" tin' war.
hnil sluglit ip'ii Wmi<ti h <l i'Hlht'i s
hand in nuirri'N fr<*. Iturtun i- ln v 11• ■• 1
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vaudeville n \t week w ii a II 1..
quit*- I -i" i ••!•*• i t .iii* i ■ i• ii tin
CURLYCUE PUZZLE NO. 1
m. \/« f \
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SOLUTION.
(This ts the ,-msw rr to the problem published yesterday.)
No, Liv) ks» a”.f \.«! |*'t■*, ; v. . >u'V a rhlti* •• • n»s that Hun.** Krnut was]
feed ins. It \ui- an ihpliaut. liana i putting tl. nut into tin
Old f' llo* b trank.
NS k. '"Kllllltl'm Wltll till I'llllltll of
J .tills. 1.11 1.4t11 •* I till il.l> tli.il Will lie
ol'Hl'l N i*il 10l tin* i/out 111 Tilt* Ili U'llllO
. Utt I .i't lull :» a lill. li.il/ l'l . i*uU*/il
j ' jloll-l i*.iUrfltlillWl." NS Ill' ll NS ill 111
H'litail I• > tin I*.it Unimex ■oinpiitiy ot
i 1 1« .. i ("iipli In niSiin in 11, lilt •pi in
i !(..il i uiiiriliuii of tin N** vs York Hippo
jdioyi .-*. add pi I'Viuus to that pnmip.it
< oini Ilian* with I’ift, Half, ivm heinis
tiln ii l wltli Mark/Miirt and Alar«U**i
11. II tin N, ss. II known 111 Dili U,l
mar.*.
iiii" i.f i )>• pitt> •' i! >. I mil on tin* Mill
is t : • 111 : ■ i.< a 1 > "lilt'd n '""Ills, ' V
1•, * .tin «•! il Its* Ita y ii,' pi'Sfnli it l*>
t’atloTtnu Htiy ns nut Sahel Johnnon.
Tin* to t i iiintilm s HltiKinu, dialogue,
and ii' ltit; and moving pittuie*. I'rtmk
,\I i ]i• |:. 11 , - I:, ■ I" Ml "ia 1 • M 11 ■ ~* I
In fot*. tin' s and'n lilt* piilillt . ss ho xva.t
! tin* pri;.' i(>al singer with tlo* I'ohan .V
Mill » \l i «tr > ' 111 • a soli, nn 1 11 dl
\id tin s’liKlli*.' liuliul h "f til" hill wltli
Sa In* 1 Join son .\l i M »IT**II ssill hu
n*ini'iuhi*red h. T. t*ip" pit i ona ui till*
Hss’it't s*<»1 1 • i*• I ii*nur o "That Quartet,
tin* limit ..mil* tut ttuiglit" quartet
vaoih villi'* ti.is. n t*r show n
Ss a ' r.l in i' .no fit fur tin chil
dren t" .it it ml im- niiitlme perfnrmun
i *• i Mima;->w M >"i.* ha*, hooked Worm
woods t inotiM ihnfH it ltd tnonk'Si. In-
I eluding th** fnr.m hlryi h* riding nton
Ikex a Tins ii ii i ni" I oi I* perhaps the
o 1 1 1 1 *s i now tr>p*a i luff in puhln I<iiih
t>>ii lan h i .n tin comedy - kit. Tin*
Kind's ftriand." will In- nnothoi enjn>
thli* it l. as will t ilt.lh ris Shi lton, tin*
I , dol l'd t">' 1
In i rI.N piinttlon** on th** hill will
f ilind I U'*y, \\ is( and Ida 'fin Kick
"ii in tli* 1 r niushil tnd '"iiH'ili art.
.u.d *"*inu*i* I’and*, and I'l'Mi iii" IMt»lds.
nos "It nil iii( ai .*•■' T'n w • «'l. of .I •»I v I
na; "i M will introdm-i* f"t tin*
Mist ilni" .."ii i't >ii la'.in and I'lori'tu**
I folht (">k said to h" tin- dir of stai
art. t v. ii iy.tii is a son of I’s. f an.
f ini'" i li ii ’>* • a pn i»i |. 1 1 com *
••dial ..r t)"' l-i Sill" t in*at« r. iMilrtiKO.
for sis \f iri.
r%m 11 t.
'ln- a’lnuds of Ml N’atton.s ml (flit
hi .1 .! ; (>i iHf" tlt I" sot n« V* ns . <-k s
pi.a;! 'll i '.. ’ Ka Hilly thrill I. its li'N •
■ ■ <1 d'ff'-ri nt *ia tlmia llt It'S at" to hr*
t i*pr»')-• nt* ' 1 i-arh h ihhlirik o'.an svith
.! • ,i . ; ■ ■ 1 • i Th« I.>i i■ ■
('ninrd.N loi> i. pi < nt in it tin- Van*
' « Italian, ii. ni.an and Ilidiri'W rljai -
a 'ti'T's. wll! !"■ sri n in an rntirr*l> r**w’
■ i 1 .oi: if !\ iiiinoiuus sk«*t''h Mi*
." um-lii i iii 'ti i 1.111• 1 \ innrn*'*l<■ I
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Mill:, t \ KIOTI \,
On tin* In mi I > llii‘iiO‘r I>i 11 N«-\l
w ii: nil" "i ii, t'lil.an I'omp.inl«- will
; • -o: tfc. :,a l <•!';> «-iv.i i ions. Mai
\ .. , tin t ,i»ii:i! 1 1 y i»«*«*i 1 not t>»»
• .o m,i ii I will oil stork's of til**
. 1 .>,in & \ • will a.la
■ i.i- i, t , ! t " plantation st u <
i , me !"• r* mt' iil"wi"l
• i v. ;II ail<l a lot or
follow'.t by Hucln-y
' :M" . Ini rant or work
a : ' r I T)lt* I'll I! .1 in
i': l o'! a hot tinisii t,ir
. ■ : ii l i k aml wine <lano -
:u Mon pi* t iirt* -' llbp .■ t m ai ••
I up Got thw i 4 i*l : i Th«»
ail I iSPtI iMi
Sumiaj 1 ’ H
\i \ * m: mm:i, «. \uih:n<*
Ti <• W in. Il *t• • I liunli'iiM will hav«
; i o\ t ’ -n>r■ 1 imt i \ for thn
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m
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iii \ ui licit i %*»•:.
>otiriwio ’••'lol'il : I I In* Wh>ui‘ Hotel
<•! rit'*n*.
v•< l< I- this «*v etilnu for Min -
J m* s‘ l: H;i \• * ha* lift n forju
nut liioiiuh to -i ui - *- lll** v rVh * s nf
t nir’ fit -opi ano, Ida Hutler i' tn«*
DETROIT TIMES! SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1900.
Charming Frame For 'Pretty Face
Picture hfttH aie rapidly gainitik' in which they are trimmed. They an*
. ... , made of utraw. braid, lace, chiffon or
popularity in .sew \ork, and a sulk- „ h|rre(l ntt iin(J a | arge hir d or aijrret
in*; feature is the Himplicify with U usually tin- only garniture.
THE EVENING STORY
AN ENGAGEMENT OR SO
By Stuart B. Stone.
Clyniei', who dabbleil in mal oßtato,
look* it nrrosß tht 1 library tabl* 1 at
Menton, tin hi*, lilufi attorney. "Den
ton. ' he ventured, rather hesitaunKly.
1 have aometlung to tti 11 you
"Matrimony or tree silv* r?" banter
ed Denton.
“Matrimony," answered Clyuier.
"Now, «iuli Kiiiinlnx "
"Then you’re in for it?" asked Dea
ton.
Clymet nodded thoup'httully. "She’s
an anK*'l
"Ut courbe," »sniil Denton. “So’s
mine.’*
what?" gas pel Clymer.
"Wliat I had to tell you," said Den
ton. rle->hiiiK. "Do you suppose you
are the only man In the world who
■ran cot. kinn all women and then to
I and *;iy * himself away to one?"
rivmer « huekled u liit, tln-n mused
'tenderly. "It's wondeijul how a man
I who i liiiiKs he has 1* erl all there is
jin lit' * ami knows every trick and
turn of the game gi\ in at the la t
|to a smiling slip of a woman —au-l
finds his greatest happiness In tin*
j giving in. I toll you. honestly. I've
: been walking, on air tor a montn. '
Denton nodded. ‘I know, livery
| tiling', rose-tinted everybody's your
1 triend—sun shines hrightei birds
gayer—everything.” Il«- leaned back,
half closing Ids eye**, and both m» u
smoked and dreamed, t'lymei biuk' 1
the si h nee.
j "Where'd you meet your angel?"
"Cape May -summei girl business,
you know."
"(lot mine at the same beach,” r*.-
' marked Ciyrner.
"Sin 's a dream,” volunteered Den
ton "Kyes like the sky of Naples —
'< ornsilky hair—voice has a sympathy
lings plays, sings, llirts a little, stu
idk s, quotes Browning’
"By George!" Interrupted Clymer.
"Didn’t know there were two such
women in the world!"
"I'm in love even with her name,”
continued Denton. "Angela Mae."
ClymcrV. ecstatic smile died. "An
gela Mac?"
"Angela Mae Baldwin," said Den
ton. I want you to meet —what’s the
matter, man?"
Clymer had ris» n to his feet, liu
fa«' suddenly pale. Dis voice treru*
nl< and. "D» nton, old uion, when tlivl
you become engaged t(» Miss Bald
win ?"
"In August,” replied Denton.
"What’s the row ?”
"I tn soi ry for you,” said Clymer.
"It was in September that she prom
ised to marry me."
Denton glared angrily across tli*
table. "She wilt* coquetting with you.
She had already given me her prom
ise. \Vh>. man sip.* swore—-under
tin- stais'
"D do» sn't matter what she swore,"
said civ iner, heatedly. "She never
mentioned you to me—and it's set
tled In tween us now.’
"I'll st < about that!" cried Denton,
seizing his hat.
"I think 1 11 go along," said Clymer.
Down the stairs they went 111 sullen
silence. Hoarding the fame car, avoid
ing each other's eyes. It was a .‘lO
- minute ride and by the tlm*' they
I reached the lady's house the strain
! was tel'ing As they mounted tho
'stone steps In company both men
l were red, hot and thoroughly exas
I perated and auspicious. Diviner gme
! the bell a vicious tug, while Denton
Miss ("as** will lif l iif sji. ii il soloist
dining tin* week, supplementing th*
voik of |h*' llnut All Ilia ti hand urn!
flu- (’llppri quartet' II I suit.* I * Hi
f \rept ionally flu*- om-. a soprano of tin*
t iilomtuiii quality. tifh. !*montii, • it-.ii
Hint of fvl**iislvt range A** « profes
sional singei Ml-*** I'a.'f lilts liinl f\tt|’-
tlouul t*\pfi i» m t-, for. besides I'hunii
iiihl i-otii i; i w irk. s!** has In *-H 4*»iir
iiiu tin K»iUi flii mt of vitmli-vHli (In
liters. at lln soprano of tin- Village
i'iihii , on** of tin* most pop ilar v .mil''
Sill i* 111 US Oil I ,H I* 111 tl’** I nilllll ' i* till
otif tlutt lots ulwa\s won fnvm ii I •**
In,lt ss 111*11 It tiiitii* i* •<1 in tla* Tftiipli
than tor. litiprtor K<»o- lias nll it i* k «*• I
foi an ex* eptlonally Intel< *tih< pm-
Ki'Hlit for to*\t «" k, V**s list of
Iloiit Iliet llillhg tio\ cities hot h Kl'HV’i*
a ini na\. ill si rlpt is ** pli*< *-*. ha I lads aml
what not It'll li** has put i*spo. oil run*
on tin* program to used on tit**
I'onith utiil It will nntiirally he l.uyilv
pH t rioth in i*l itiif t**r, Thi* * llppor
1111 it 1 1 ot has mail* a uront hit with it*
s<a at I nloftlon* from various pi *1 tits in
tin* mulltorluiTi. *m* ne\**r knows t
wteiw tin* mush wall ooim* from.
w m i n»:i.
"HaiiKht • r of tin- Sou I ip*' has In-in s.-
h*i t i**l h< flv** I’liii **K<\ sioi h minpaiiy
n« tlie » losiiih ’>lll Totitminw ninht
tin* doors of tin* Whit n* s: will • lo.ii lo
m*i oil t .'.ilia f or< 'f : lin th * two |it t *
fornian* * today .and two tomorrow,
Mr Itowknni offers th- stirrliiK mill*
turv rcnmni'f, "I laiiuhtfr * of live*
South." Th** play tr**»*i* of th** *|iil**t
Ii rolsta hihl fortitude of th** lirsvi*
wornoti of th" s*>uih durltiK the civil
war. It Is not only fascinating but
tipliltinu ami ui hlstotPiil iniet*'St.
Tortured On A Horse.
“For ten years 1 rouldn't rlilo s
horse without belli* In *tirtir** from
piles." write* L S. Napier, of Kußless,
Ky . "wh , *n all dortor* and other rein*
otiie* failed, Buekleti’s \rnliu Salve
cured me’’ Infallible for Files, Hiirii*,
S’ a1 * 1 *t. (’t|f*. Holla, Fever-Sores. Ke*
ii'nia, Salt Rheum. ("ortiM. Guaranteed
!>> K C Klnwei. Ceutral Li ng Cos.,
*Gr«\ Worcester.
rapped savagely upor lue door. A
grave-faced, elderly wonmu appeared.
Doth men presented cards.
"Miss Angela Mae," they indicated.
The kindly-faced woman looked
tin rn. Then a light >ame over her
I “Oh,” she s.nd, “you mean Mrs. J.
Kennan l*reeman.”
face. “Oh,” she said, ’you mean Mrs.
J. Kennan Freeman.”
“What.?” rasped the two men.
“<m y. s," nodded the kindly faced
ImatWn. “Angela married yesterday
—case in life long affection. She upoke
of meeting two gent’emeu at (’ape
May -affable, fatherly”
* i.'d's go. (’lymer," said Denton.
“pleasant gentlemen, who gave
h f *r much amusement and” —
•'Come on, Denton.” said (’lymer.
| “helped her pass tile time she
| must be away from her dance, Mr.
Freeman,” finished the kindly matron,
jat the two tuen retreated into the
street.
#PbtfTp
STOWESjgji
THE DISCONTENTED TADPOLE.
A silly Tadpole sat down ami cried
till the pool in which he lived rose
and ovurilowed Its hanks.
“What s wrong ’" asked Grandfa
ther Frog, who had charge of all t.e
children.
1 don’t like being a TadjKile—l
want to be a frog!” wailed the little
chap.
Grandfather Frog frowned at him.
“Keep still; you know nothing about
it.” he said ‘ Stay young wlcle you
can. and whatever you are L<* con
tented and happy. - '
Hut the silly Tadpole fretted and
worked till he really did turn into a
frog long before the others f his
age.
He was so proud he hopped on the
bank to show off before the other tad
poles who had to stay in the water,
and lie strutted about till suddenly h3
smv them all dodge and hid* 1 . 11«*
tried to go. too. but not t»«»1 nrj\i*te
used to legs yet, he was awkward, and
|a boy leaned down and caught Mm'
"What a tine little frog,” said the
boy; "guess i'll take hint homo."
"Oh. oh. oh!” cried the Frog; f
don't like being a Frog I want to he
a todp-o le'"
"You should have been satisfied :.s
you were ami this wouldn t have hap
pened," Grandfather Frog croaked out.
"I'm sorry for you. hut U s good by.”
It was. The Frog had to live all
the rest of his life in a nasty tin box,
and he wished every rnlrtnfe he’d
been satisfied as lie was.
Some people l»Kik upon tea as a
; mere drink It all depends upon Mie
j tea. "Saladn" Tea Is a delicious and
Ire freshing beverage Sold oiy in
sealed lead packages.
AMUSEMENTS.
Neil Monday, 2 &6P.M. 1111'V A
Merson Ava. Grounds J=== 9
THE WILD WEST AND FAR EAST ;
AsMmbUd In Brilliant Conelava and Rspmaantiof
Ha role Hlatory Drawn In VtgormM Appeal
from tha Inspiring and ivMitful Past
Prssantlng In One Arana Vistas of Two HcmlspAaroa,
and tha Paopia and Customs of Many Nations I
i§te
A Proudly Pre-amlneat Combination of Two Groat
Amuaement Institutions UnUarsalln Interast
Occidental and Oriental Pktnrcsqaeness
Strange People from Foreign Climes
in Typical Scenes and Incidents
Equostrian Experts from Everywhere
l.) D XT THE t>ACNTLM»S HORSEMAN
CoI.WM. F.CODY (“Buffalo Bill”)
Scent, Warrior, PatUiadnr and PUiaiaea
A Brilliant Array of Thrilling Featnres
Fearless Men in Deeds of Daring
American Indians, Cowboy# and Cowgirls,
German Cuirassiers, Japanese Soldiery,
Royal Irish Lancers, Mexican Vaqueros
FOOTBALL HORBHB
HIGH SCHOOL EQUESTRIANISM
Russian CodtaoSa U. 8. Cavalry
U. 8. Infantry Devlin's Zouaves
South American Cuaohos
Bedouin Arabs and the
FAMOUB COWBOY BAND
ROSSI’S MUSICAL ELEPHANTS
Mummolh Quadrupeds fAjia the Juu.il'*, which
Blow Trumpets, Unite Bella, all iu Ihtrmuuy.
AN ORIENTAL SPECTACLE
tPflectnur th*i Splendor* of the Unman tie I .%r
livt. It. trod 'icing Camel t 'in alradee. Hindoo
I ukira, Jap, mess &u<l Arabian Athletes nn<l
Acrobats, et<\, etc. An Animated Picture of
Kaleidoscopic Color and Greet Brilliancy, ;
The Battle of Summit Springs
Barbaric Warfare Shown in Seance of Thrilling
Itealisiu —'The Downfall of the In, nan Warrior -
'Hie Death of Tall Bull, Killed by Buffalo Bill.
TRAIN HOLD-UP BY INDIANS
A Practical Train of Car* and Locomotive used
in Illustrating the many Perils of the Iron 1 rail.
A Holiday at “T-E” Ranch
Pleasures and Pastimes of the Plainsman—
Cowboys and Cowgirls in Sportive Playfulness.
PIONEERING PICTURED IN PANORAMA
TWICE DALLY. 2 AND 8 P. M.
Admission (Including Seat) BO Cents
CHILDREN UNDER 10 YEAR*. HALO PRICE
mi ns ■ ■ ■ i— ■■.■■■,, ■— ,
r AT H.
DL I HUI I Mate. Tuea., I hurs., Sat.
LAST WEEK
Aborn Comic Opera Cos.
m “The Fortune Teller”
Summer I’rteen—Mklilsi Mill srsla at
60e. Speetnl Popular Mulsi XT..*, (Mir, 75»\
rnrr FRENZIEO
riILL Diving Dervish
Plunges From a Tall Mast Twice
Dally at 11 A. M. and 6:45 P. M.
All scats protected from sun mid iiln
l.\ Immense wnt •ryirtiuf nanviin , .mopy.
i it.iml slninl 'hairs (including udnip
sioni, (I ot» *>n sain dny «»f exhibition
~t sniiilrrs' Pnlnce of Swrrla, I 11-143
W ondn iird-n% «*.
ELKS’
L CIRCUS
D. A. C. Grounds
Afternoons at 2. Evenings at 9.
bK>KItAL %IMII**»IOV 35c.
( iiii dkk:\ AinnsMio, me.
Tonlulii—'l lie Hlg ('«uti|M‘l 1 t!"t) Hor«i*
Show one fiundicj ••ntiics
Monday Mglit—l ii cvy oi Ks and Celebra
tion.
Nearly Six Houis at Put-In-Bay
Independence Day
Steamer FRANK E KIRBY.
The Flyer of the Lakes.
JULY 4th and sth,
75 Cents Round Trip.
Free Dancing at the Colonial P.iv<-
lion. Finzel’s Orchestra.
i Warm Wat**; Chutes.
BATHING < Water Toboggan.
i Pig New Hath House.
NEW BASEBALL GROUNDS.
M tmnioth ICol. I Vi. inn , Sumne i «i 1r -
lit* nr. and Coui Wonderful ('nv,-,
N*o »•'. 1 1 a eb 11 kc |o Cedar Point and
Sa ndusk\ on .1 u!\ tb
|.Clive l oot ol I’!.. I Mretl Sflind.il
.it '* on ii ni.. Monday at S '<o a. in.
tiltin' '< (hi |i ni
\>ni.t:v a in vn v
Detroit river steamers
U'-.fc D«yi, R: 15 m. m. and 3 m .
r.vrrw Sirmn.r Saturday Aftarn’n. l:30j
burviAiA. 9:18 a. .... and 3 toun ,j , np
35rA.it., rhiWrsn Mrenfa. Orrh-.n.
Muac •Jltnp.. Ourtn Lunrh. Caf* .1 Hark. B. r*
sli*rt W bil. No liquor itrriiiillril,
I t ,r»laaibia Moonlight. Too.. A- Frl., 3:30
( olumhia l.aka Rida, Kr., 9:30
n r n«SI to fduw aa> pertoa .din Mon to beau or
Psrk i* n^enrd.
'.l'i'\ Wayne Hotel Gardens
BOOS'mu ooi'i BAND
JKSiiIK WOHW, wi.priiao.
unit < Upper Quartet.
Concerts 7:30 to 11:30 p. in. Quartet
0:30 to 11:30 |>. m. dally.
II Ik l.e.t 1 lass ( sfr *>rr»lre In Connec
tion. kfIMUMON KRKR. Lillies must
I be accompanied by Rscorts
FREEDOM NEAR: ESCAPES.
M ARQI’KTTK. Mich. .1 nl v ."
(Special.) George Monroe, To year
old, a '1 rusty, ’ ran away from the
Marquette prison farm late yesterday
A fooll.-h ad. He had only five week*
yet to ttrte and rev apt arc is c**rtat i.
AMUSEMENTS.
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Tke nation a glorlnua blrtbdu.v M
Ike I lit*
l.autl off lit* home or jOSQflQHjflr fl
" nil mo rt-lr bi uir f Hull) Ur«! #7
TEMPLE gW
Only Legitimate Vaudeville Theater in Michigan. JL
THE I*AI KOUNLT tO. I'r.-a* ul% V
“Hotel Laughland” $
> Ibr N.*vr< »| Miltliwl Knrrr, W .lit a tonipaiM of lj I'eopU.
HAYES *
& SABEL JOHNSON 4
TIIE HIt.OKMT HIKE ACT IS \ .V(T>l \ 11.1 K.
’ rrrwul Lug Ibe t vnietijr Oilditv Entitled "A OKI. AM ot HAHY JK
'■ FRANK MORRELL 4
l-ulo a .«*tar in the « oh«n * Horrla UluatrrU. in Momduaue
7 anti HM((.
: *—tfUß. W**.mr..s
... * (ontedlana.
\ Nfe tiif Hie »df mHffi
’ FIDDLER & SHELTON WEST & VAN SiCLEN *4r
f KiiffoeMeil Willi Delightfulneaa. The Musical <>rinnitalum.
BANDY & FIELDS ~THE MOOREOSCGPE I
r -Sot ell v I lam era. I’lriiMnc to the Ere.
’ w -“- k Jul|f 12 Cecil Lean & Florence Holbrook
► NOTE—OrtHI J fitn li a atm i»f frof. Lean, of Drlruii, and eon
ddeivd one of the tireuteat Star» of tlie Xaudev'.lle Mace.
f FAREWELL |T P|| fl ||J| I BEGINS
WEEK LI W ***. U b¥S | SUN. NIGHT
V AUC HAN
GLASER
and His Excellent Company in the Thrilling War Drama
WARRENS OF VIRGINIA
Another Big Belasco Success.
( y.V.AtiiV.l. ~mTr . CLASER EV.W.. )
101m—>l:il int‘c itiiif \ lull*. •• \ II\» 111:1.oirs IIOIIIM K."
WAYNE HOTEL GARDENS
The Most Delightful Spot in Detroit.
Boos’ FamousMilltary Band
IDA SUTLER CASE, Soprano
Late of the Village Choir Cos..
CLIPPER QUARTET
CAKE SERVICE SUPEBB.
Admission Free. Ladies must be accompanied by escort.
4 Sunday Eve., July 4th
fmesggzSTß. COLUMBIA
Lake Ride and Concert.
SOLOIST—CH AS. M. CLOHF.CY—FULL ORCHESTRA.
NO LIQUORS. FARE 3‘>c; B*tes Street Dock.
inns 808-LO 4s“"‘
TWO BIG BOATS EXT-’<\ TRIPS. FROM FOOT OF 3ATES ST.
8:40 A. M.— STR ERITANNIA. I Mu hlc ii«i t:ai-h MrHnirr.
9:30 A. M. —STR. Bl A, t onttmiou* Musir tur liiimlmr it
1:30 P. M.—STR BRITANNIA. iii.i* it|. lie irtilll I til lit |>. m.
3:00 P. M.—STR. COLUMBIA. <nf«* ti|i«*n I mil l* p. in.
5:00 P. M— STR. BRITANNIA. >u , m , OKS
7:30 P. M.— STR. COLUMBIA.
8:30 p. m.—str Britannia. | Fare, 35c; Children, 25c
S PEG SAL MOONLIGHTS TO
Hft & (Hi Sn COLUMBIA U\.ve< at 7:ju i»
tIM *" *■-- W ; lr BRiTANNIA l.civr at X <.
Regular Columbia Moonlight Tues. anti l ri. Eve., 35c.
SACKS *ss&h*£!3!j£Lfe&&Z •
„ml S~T'—l*. >4eBF*»«^HOgAS
jfrrmriiTi
g£S|£
otiPoiT BEST VAUDEVILLE
L » 4 TZ.nwV' ■ ». - ._. .-.--- ■-• .I.——
fC£&\ Make Year Own Test
BY TIMING THE OPERATORS YOU WILL FIND THF,
■ '‘S HOME TELEPHONE SERVICE SURPRISINGLY QUICK.
i <>r rates call C ity <n. Contract Dept.
Home Telephone Company
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