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It is quite a xihile since \\'illiam H1 Crane has been seen 'i tlpon the lca: stage and osn th!i atc"snlt there ij moTre than the Iusal tilttesar.'er, 'ffi'ret in the announceient thait lhi -n0oes ti the Harnois Theatr on Aprl I 7,, am will offer fir the' first ijes- lists hi newest succetss 'T!hl.e Senator ikeelsp: Holluse." This latest Crane tritumph is n:l anm edy in foul acets by .Martha Morton Wietich is bl eated in \V'sthnlgtoni at the present tines asnd in w\/hich Mr Crane is to hle ses-n ,n., noil.ire aS member of the Unitsd Sat'I:ts Senatte. Joseph tBrooks l ho is direct.ling tihel tour sel'tend the -vehicl,' for Mr. Cer:mt and was associated t \\ tl li-i in lli original piroductlionl of ii at ithe arri theater last seas-,n t \\,.r. eMr. i'r.sls, scored such a tl lon,, st'ld ilit Ithat hlte remainted for four mn tn,! lb uilalt di-. lte, the greater part of the season to Next York t'ity atlone. Fr the (turen yetar he is hlesked fr ain extllensilv tour which Mr. Bresks ss tippee l tes 1 for hitm not irll ' h1ier utsel ofel the ,iIe lar success of his labtstt , helihle hil ''5 the very hlappy circulnstne, Ithat thin happens to mark thel fiftieth -ear th' lt 'Mr. Crane has bon a fiilere osf the Ameri'len stage. It Is pleasant to csnteeisslelseih that it commemoration oif thai evinet 11r Crane has a Cleniety eoffelring entire'l. worthy of him. The vertdict ill Ne-ti York was that it presented hiln at hie best. The story is dtllonestic ill it: greate.r pIurpose with just at irstlllllti spur tracet d It a Intlll lchina/i use'. nes-i ator is asked to get throug.eh nleres contrilbuting to the actilo. Meiss Martha Morton, the author t f thet pel;iv has contrived soItme sieletelid situatini ouit of these basic foirce.s antld site has also woven in the required c'lilracetr contracts, but ablove ever. thlllng 'eIs. the humor which is so necessary in a typical Crane offering. \\'th e lr Crane in a congenial rels -ld a playI that appeals directly to ant auldiene, the. combination offers lenough to war ranlt a pleasant engalgement ill (ee.r respect. The same production aese( thll sat e co(impany that wire fet llrires of ithe metropolitan seasoin 'will be in seiltdelle here. In the cast will ise found Mferiti Kerby, Mabel Bert, I.orraine IFrst Zeffle Tilbury. Rtayslnd \\'atllesn Harry Harwoodil I'harles I tieg, 1, ,la. Devereaux, and Budt W\\oslltllhrle.l. "C. F." AT REHEARSAL They are-by him--then musIt highly relished hiours of thes , te . ee four--eighteen olf which hle regularly devotes to the tlheater. 1 iftenest Ih sits in the front row, wihout pencil or paper. At his right or just a littl. behind him sits staige . t:etiege'r. I. rarely interrupts thie rehearsaIl uint as the play runs along he i\hisele rs from time to time to the stage iein ager-simply "cues"--renlllitde rs for sulbseqluent tscorrti'stil ls. "\\'Viilss\ . "entrance," "hands," t 'urtain," t.. are the memnorandat wxhislpered to thle stage lmantagn . Theill hit thie ll tain rings diown, Mr. tershiean ests "now xwx' will tlegin sit thile Ist nte and work Ietlbackwardls."' V,ery ,liltiftly -entirely in a Co-operaltie \t;sy-- each point is sulggest, d rather thllan forced upon the sactors. Nohleldy htas ever heard Clharles 'rohmne n raise( Is vnice in thie theiter. Those tIost intimnate w'ith him have never - se:rd himi ieee.se' tei t .:il ; (1-t '',-511 5eil , li nary-e sli someetieti's ve,'y exnst'llSei - expletiie. Ask atll' a t'r i e li s ever hee-s n titest his ltnne -ll;s.- It. from the highest to the loi, s t. u;til lie w\ill toll you that i en ee-e k s se - inr,. kindly, crystal cleir s-e.' r isi , lf lhas extra staig,- S ISOe e--- ''p" tiie s il, Pterformaincare'' s--dtetessecting tlhe flhl.Yl signi clicat ,e s }ltwt cttt as xe'sl, as iii ait ISIS I'rograln for Sutllla Matinee at 2 Evcuini at 7 PATHE'S WEEKLY Showing the first views of Mexico ('iti dtriiing the war at that place. Also the suf!'rage campllaign in England; Grover Cleveland memorial at (C'alcwell, N. J.; the mammoth parade on St. Patrick's (day, N. Y., and Mutt and Jef'f. The Vitagraph Company presents •" - Miss Florence Turner In the excellent comedy "House in Suburbia" "Trail of the Itching Palm" A bully Essanay comedy. A scream throughout. Extra-Tomorrow and Tuesday "DAYTON FLOODS" ushei d di r ret from ]l t (t,, Ohio, w h ,, . I.ih, r l ., \w a t et r w a s a t i t s i\ o r ,t . ' i l i t: ;.n .i I \ ,,i - i ll I . l i i ; lI l l " errand whetn the great Shellvy d.i i nli . ill' ,ý'ý,x ,I it. SPECIAL MATINEE TUESDAY, WEDNESI)AY AND) T'IIIURSDI)AY The greatest tar pictulre i\i"r Vxi , - 'PAULINE CUSHMAN, THE FEDERAL SPY" Twol (eels- lius.d ('l n tni l hIi:l t r: " St--ting with Monday, Mr. Ed Le Vasseur, the popular singer, will be heard in all latest song hits. WILLIAM H. CRANE. 4 L ; \ i1 . ~i~t Z \ ý "YjJ 3 `:41.':·: ;ý ýaa hey} 4 } 3r. -:·.:. In tctt' lIn ý I ~ tt Irh ti nn jsir. hilt Ii n u, 1 dc I lit~u Il lW I r I i ' t lt I"Ii ha iI Iiit Iil, I' -ll t ;n ,\ IIe l t I 1 , r111 1 it It tii t i. I)t. o Ii,: rait c Ii Ii ". it, li ,- H . o I ni t s, - 1 s I r I ;"t . ,I IIt tf r ll i r h.- s lls il n 2cl tir tit ON IIMV~ !N Iitv t l thit iv is n -bir. nti in theat t:al ]ii,, ýntl dis likes, just as there SIt !'],.Ties ;lId I \\lis...r.. "Some in it , , vii will Io l ilh \irnI during llht- '.ii l. :it IIthel' s thil \ S and f '~-ir.:th \. ill 1 , |.,iln t lr; thenl a. itt ihe in~,,' . tith :t ,: i.t will be all lhe r i i lp -init .ai: tl ! i' I t l y n l: lyf re :-i t lut :an: r , ill 1:irton to hi .11. Etrn tier, "L it i t I . l .ll SHER-I II)AN'S RIDE t1 . it : ,1 ii It i I lt '\' . r , t , 1 l> 1tI' l n th i I JESS DANDY JEW5 DPNDY HAN5 WAGNER -'THE PRINCE o' PILSEI' w!.ý h I1o1cile of' "The Prince i:nrtan 1 I, yearsi ago. ·''^s I ..nd . ay won the l'ireinnati t' V.\~I \ v It lado tre in Eu rope 1nný h uri'ofte muii iciat colO < '0i. there iii prohatuty not :' 1 thý;ýttý ll the eiountry \\n,) does 1 .l iiiaty a:t the s:uine tine sand aeat, of thetti in the sauute theater. film. However, Manager Stone has been fortunate enough to secure this picture for a return engagement on Wednesday, April 9, thus affording those who could not, as well as those who did, see this film an opportunity of viewing again one of the greatest historical features ever produced. Those who love battle scenes will find in these, three reels plenty to hold their attention. They portray some of the more stirring events of the ride mtde famtous in American annals chiefly through the poem of T. B. Hcld, written in 1865. and known to every schoolloy. It is a safe. and ctnsser\vativie statement to say, that in the third part of this prolduction occur somne of the best and most realistic hattle scenes ever thrown on any scrtll. 'We see. tmen fighting from lehintl intrenchntlents:; 've see e.ntfetl oratl' ,ltv\:ltry in actlio,. hel e is ap patr ntly Ito attenipt to Save any eX polS,' lnecessartty to create the, illusion In line, with this is the s'Iln' of the field after the action is m er. A horse lonls realism to this vi, \', ito tries to rise: ih gets on his I'.'' fi t, ut t ;tannot get ltp. lie falls t;a,'k Itdl lii's stretl hed out, as thumtb inanrtnlly w\o'llll ed. ShI, riLnm, deserihed by Ilqqneral Itor : 'c, I'',t''r in his \i', liknoewn "('amn 'pa'nin' h1111 (t ralit' as Ilt' idteal clv iry l'. h r. is at \Winchettster attend itln, a i!itlrr nit conference ofll fed rt c, mindanlers. "o'lrd is brought to lint il t ils IiroiiIs lar ll retreat, Ih;\ ihti v I~, tl attacl 'dit in tihe et' rly hoirs of th. morning and surprised. \VW ili it I r'o p of nwt" ni 11i set ult, for c('. rl ( k, 20 milets away. As he, 1 in . ' tio:r the zoll o f l t'he retr'eating inerI i' '1 : lps on a1 hilltopl and surveys the sirnllllding ('lllntry. Throtlgh his gla Ih, ll atllt i,'lh e seots the.l slr g g]' ly; i.'"'i', . 1O lllitl alnd afoot, htir rying 0\\:11 |fr n1 ithe merciless pursuit of tll ,'li' draltes. Histiory repeats itself is Ih, f((der,'l c mmainder rallies his i"ln i! t llrit s tlhen hack ti re rl d,1fe.1 There are many .\ Ian nr. \ rlins through 1he thre.e ro,,I. 11 ,niches the family history "f the :nlils fedolral cavalhnman and formls lih, thread of human interest. W"\illiam I'liff lird carries the role of t"h,'rinl.in V\ Inri;i tw 'i orde and her tal entd(] l; ii o r, Elugenia Firtll e, have proniinl It laces in tile east and onn tri t ll, ii .tterially t the draman ti ualit ' tl.h' picture' . The m\\ elIt of course. \,11 hite interested in the story I is i st~rlll. Thll' mal ele.ment't nwith lt ll n ill d(ulllt, howeler, will follow lh, iilita'ry featurei s iof' tile picturlle to th.. exclusiiion of all other factors. In iIt fir<t part there are filne view's Sof the '1ti.~-bellumn interior, in fact, niitclh it,'ari is given ito tile setting tIltrnul' ut. T th scenar io is w\\ritten Ihi .1.1, i. r Dayton and WVillis, the \\'st' Itt t'iversail I ditors. this Tur nlr is Ih i protduel'r. Hie has (onet \ilil. i t,' has dl;t\'n1 freely on the lar'ge fura', ' t ils dispolsal, itand has shot\tn it inI'h skill in effectively placing lhe l(,mass of min IIs .1 to llring thiem within Ihi, field it ' tile camera. FOY FOR JOY I":hdi, hoy w\'h,) is starring this son, sn in 'rba alnd Luesl'lt s "! Ivr thel River" e'1lmpany, has a great jollke that he is tellil. at the niilpany mall agetr.., l. Louis \\hite's exlpense. tEddie I",vy \\'ta seated oln the olhslr Vtllin plat'llrllll of tile 1tl'-lill that was iea(uring hilll id the (companlllliyil to uI 1,\r. N,\\- York) I ate alin it w\as ntar ly tinls, for lIi,, train to pull out o" For thousands who have whistled the melodies of (;ust;iv Luders, enjoyed the humor of P'rank Pixley and chuckled, laughed and foared at the antics of Dandy this most successful of all American-miade musical come dies would not hIe genuine with any one else in the Iplt of the jolly, Inge nuous, English-maurdering Hans Wag ner of "ZIZINZINN.TI." ý "MOVIE" ACTRESS ne n , o n, t; in .i. ly ll Idk te is IS 1 h Mignn Anderson is one of the most popular heroines of moving pictures. Though still in her teens she has it een in tioving pictures ..tit years is d ia( itat with notables as Rich ard Mansfield. Joseph Jeffersion, Julia Mlarlowe, Herbert Kelsey and Efftie Shan inon. Miss .Anderson was horn in lalti 'C mre and grew tip in New York. Shte t has been an artist's madet as wetll as a it player on the legitimate stage, tit she t. says she likes her preselnt work best i of all. SShie is with tte Tihanthouser com 'care of. I pay fior it. D yout under stand y h "Yet s, ; h.ti- "Never ]nd the huts.' You listen to whati I have got to say. Keep the Ttrain boys aivar from ti'. They are pests. Dust ine otff whenever I avant Isyou t ive e an extra blanket, thand if thiere is afnyone in the iberth over mie, slide thit into ainother. I n twant you to-iii C "But say, htss I '" Younig ian, twhenever i'm gsiving Sinstructions I prefer tio otl the talking myself. iYou ido as I say. Here is a S$ ill.00 il I waniit to get the gooid o g it. Not at wyord, sir." ni The train swas starting. The porter pocketed thie ill with ieia grin, picike the car' ninhe.tt fr frot ff the side of the ear and swting to thle ground. "All right, hoss". te atorkie shouted, You kin do the Canlking, ae toim pow irftl sorry you tt it tldn't let mte tell you, but Iain't givinn on that train." PATHE'S WEEKLY Pathe's Wekly No. 14, will leadc the ill it thie Isis todiiay. Siome recent views friomtl Mexieo City, the first to te shown since the revolution, depilt t etual riesults of the ioerthroi of the goernmenit and show the terrible rav ges of war and piestilence in the ihent eaipitr l. The Siiiuffrage tCamplaign in England, thte i(riiver Ctle'velant memorial alt I'altitell, N. J., the tmammoth paralde ion St. Patrick's Day in News York ity, u, illtt ad Jeff workting a good old Tuirkish grauft and other topies are in Thtte thie Tn Siiuburbina," a clever ' itagrap hi comedy prescribing tle( proper fritite, Miss Florencie Turner. "TIlie 'Grail of the Itching Palm," is I hills hEsry ny colnmedy completing I· l S liiin Tr ittlnd l lesind wTe sill Show iue first pii'tur of tine Dayton floods. These pictrlt's were rusheid direct frtom I auiint Ihii, where they werle taken wlite' Ilei' water was at its worst. \ iin t ii, great h tine ittd t t Thrait rst a ftiooded Dayton anr the entire Miam itiltey. Thsie alre the Ionly rooting nic ires if liiii' gri a yt i dissier hdf the srt in liii inisuhy if the. Unit"d States sill frhl h. !R1tet wAirl phture ovrin(mn. rel Aill i ish tiiitianl trreisa' tI t i i T'huy - ai y nnIdnz'n "T i' Jutnis is t, lily ,inf Lo doi , n'lrntt is sioon ti tie llrtidcledi with Orrin Williiatn 1ltlot'rey is .t ulitpp<ar in a Itnie-atl ltiiiy tillled "(ih Nihk."' IIarris lnd Selwyn I roduce a newt lilay Ity tl'ltiln Sinctlair s thortly. Il'li Irwin has iae a tI it li London in "Mrs. P'tckhatl's t'arouse." dinante toiriptised for the. theaters. A stitlk ('itlltiany' in chester. N. Y., has Ia wnan Ianauger, itluise ('ole Ieorge liroadlturst is tis write a play for George Fatveett for next season. Edwin Mordant is playing the role of Potiphanr in "Joselih and His Breth ren." Alice. loydt is alppearilng oin the Pan tific coast in the title role of "The Rose Maid." Edward IE. Rse tt'ill have lprolduced next ntonth a nII'\ play entitled "Bates of the U. S. A." Janet Beether is making her first U appearance, in musical comedy in "The Purple Road."' Edwin Arden will replace Frank Keenan in the Faversham production of "Julius Caesar." "What Happened to Mary," is soon to be seen in New York, with Olive Wyndham in the leading role. Tim Murphy will appear next season in a new play under the management of Henry W. Savage. Hale Hamilton wants to present in London the, sketch b. George V. Ho bart, "It Happened in Topeka." Cohen and Harris will star Nat Willis next season. The title of the farce is said to be "The Innocents Abroad." Booth Tarkington is writing a new play for William Hodge. It is in tended as a companion to "The Man From Home." ,A vaudeville, piece by Victor Herbert and George V. Hobart, entitled "tilly's Blacksmith," is to be produced next season. HONEST. (From Judge.) "Pa, what does this palper mean by a 'squamre gambler'"' "(One who nelver tries lto cheat the 'iolice of their rake-oil." Columbnia is to have a German school, colonists furnishing the land and building and the home govern ment sending out and nimaintaining the teaichers. There has been an inerc'ase of more than :li)0,000 bicycles in a little mlorLe than a year in France. BIJOU ProgramBIJ Today BIJOU' MATINEE EVERY DAY, 2 P. M. "Kathleen Mavourneen"I An extraordinary high class Edison drama, based on the famous old Irish legend. The play is elab orately staged and perfectly enacted by the favorite Miss Mary Fuller, supported by an excellent cast. Two-Feature Comedies-Two THE FAKE SHIPPING SOLDIERS A CLOCK Both a riot of the best kind of fun THE ENGINEER'S DAUGHTER A thrilling railroad story of the west Special Tomorrow and Tuesday TAMANDRA, THE GYPSY' Another splendid double reel Lubin feature INAUGUARATION OF PRESIDENT WILSON Will also be shown on this bill Never Miss the Best-Licensed Photoplays Westinghouse Electric Toaster-Stove The ELECTRIC Table-Stove The Most .CONVENIENT Cooking Device in the Home With this miniature stove, a whole meal can be pre pared at the table during the course of a meal, with out the tiresome running to and fro. Cooks, boils, bakes, fries. A breakfast can be pre pared in a hurry, at little expense-only 2 cents. The summer time is coming, when other meals can be pre pared in the same way. Hundreds of these stoves serve that purpose even at this time. Get in line, you will wonder how it is that you have gotten along without it. Missoula Light & Water Co. [AMERICAN THEATER PROGRAM FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 6 "THE FIRST CLASS" (Powers' Drama) A story of a woman's experiences and downfall. Just the kind of plieture that is sure to please, for it is natural, simple and human. It will give splendid entertain Inent for these very reasons. Miss Florence Barkcr acts the leading role. Animated WeeklyNo. 51 (Universal) (Contains a. few.scenes in Tllrkey during the recent war; views of the ice uarnival in Red Itank, N. J.; timlser uiitting in Alaska; Paris fashions; uo,· nvenollaiOll'l portraits SI' Rose t oghlan, andl numerous t her items. "HELLO, CENTRAL, GIVE ME HEAVEN" (Imp. Drama) A pa'thetic Ithemne, handsonely statged antd m)St cleverly enacted. 'I'ho lkiitl of Iictllr that women will rave about; children will glory in it.