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PROMINENT MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF CAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL
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GRADUATES 97 BOYS
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fjr" Most of Seniors Already En
tered in Some Branch of
The commcncpment cxeiclscs of llie
flrieenth Krailnntlug class of the South
Philadelphia illicit School for Hos will
be held tonight at the school bullilliiir,
Broad and Jackson streets.
Nlnety-seen bo who hao com
pleted the four-sear course will rcc'elc
their diplomas. Most of the graduates
TVfre excused from school a month ago
In order to enter some form of Govern
ment sen Ice.
The manual training section of the
present graduating class hao all ie
cepd positions In the nlrcraft 'factory
t League Island, aiding In the assem
bling of airplane motors.
The Southern High School, which is
one of the youngest high srhools In the i
City, has a service flag with ITS stars, i
representing 175 of her giaduates In the
service of the (lov. eminent. ,
The program of tonight's eNcrclscs In- .
, j eludes Invocation by the Hev. t.cwls M. ,
ViW- Jeim. or tne racimy: niiuici" ny .Major
" w. A. Clatrett. lci tups dent of the
Baldwin Locomotive WnrU", IMdy
stdne; patriotic songs by the et.iss and
midlenco. award of medals, lionot",
scholarships and diplomas by Dr Lent
tiel 'Whltaker, principal.
The giaduates are:
Mnnual Tralnlnc C'oure
flaltllno lddnrr MhtbuHf
' -. Ramup ! nrnn
r Thortnr J. Pnbot
Anthunx Dp I.utca
II. I. KnmiUnt
Riimrd T Pullm
Frank Pnls ilrec-r
il!cor?f K. Oropri
.Arflhltflld T .Tnmo
P O, Nanl"ii
K(1rht . IVrry
S Prrntllck Khoads
SamnH Hlchm in
Tl IVrtnnl SiUrr
Trank M Stcrnbrff
K. N. Weill
i -Charles K. .lnna
- Brnent J. Kohn
Paul P Amlrreon
Oondwhi l. Cnhpn
Prcy P ohrn
Francis J. O'nrtTi
Morris n. Hon
Jacob T Saltzman
Jair Lnuli HltZ
Max D. Strlnhaus
ntnuH H. Watic
llpnnan I, lfs
Its run Ulehl Wleand
TrjarlfR M. Antcnpon
William A. Tlnhk
Kanuifl A Hollt-ky
P. H, Herman
fcJohn Adam Hurr.
i A. M. I i!annoti
A. David KrnftM-m
llorrla A KrHlt7!
& Samuel l.xln
ia James J MitlorMIo
$g )Mdor MnrnlMll
m Morris Mnran
L, KamuM .m Meprn
7" Jolin U Mllmtonv
t1 Ira Pnt OrlUk
.Iam"a Ifpnrv toik
Allwrt H. l.ikina
Jacob I I'llrkrr
Wnltrr K Prepfl
Maiirlr J. Krirdmin
Arnr J (Iporjri
J. J UllbrJdf
M. O illlbrMf
A. T (Joldfu-
.mnufl X Jnmton
N. R. hrbulmar.
Natbnn II. bapiro
M W Merman
1 V. f4nnlmak
Loula A, orokln
H I WVIntraub
Tho class officers nro: t'lrsidcni, Jobn
Ij. Mllrnlono; lio president, Frank M.
I j? Slclnbcrp; troaRuror. GcorKC Grosser.
llie class-nay Hpenkora arc: I'oct,
H I)uia Kimons; historian, Isatlorrt P.
Slonlmsky ; prophet, Samuel Jnmlson.
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?t aiAirpn iivftra ntnsa iiiAntrnnn
atuuid nuni rwm wuKMKd
Thousand Boys to Enroll
Philadelphia Rupincgs Men
Sp- Sl ibousand Hoy Scouts Saturday
,? will begin the vork of enrolling business
men of Philadelphia as farm workers.
T Instructions for the campaign have
K)n beenvsent out by Clarence Sears
5fi assistant director of the United
Boys' Working Ucservc for Philadelphia
Countv. to the scoutmasters of 110
t troops vt Hoy, Scouts in this city who
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Three hundred cardH will be given to
each. troop of Scouts. In business ofllees
'Mind factories the bojs will enroll men
p who have had much farm experience,
those who have had little and those who
4 have had none.
fa When the recruits have been classified
as the plant calls for, men who are able
f to Rive one day to farm work will be put
fff In one class, those who can give a week
ft in another and those who give their en
tZ tire vacation of more man a week in tho
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t'jLf HUE r I UIIIIIK ii ui'uri fciic rii(iri i i
til. slon ot tlie Committeeof Public Safety.
l tf mnrf tti.in etimii?h fnp nrpspnf npeHs
imp re recruited the names will he kept as
" rcterencu in case oi cineigeuc.v.
HEAR SABOTAGE CHARGE
I. Austrian Is Accused of Daiiuping Ma'
diincrv in Shell Plant
Clirkier, l'n.. June 20. Oomlnic
lenzo. of 3tu Howell stnct. who sa
Is an Austrian, has been arrested at
the Thurlov steel foundry, where three-1
Inch shells nro being madp, on the
charge of being implicated In damaging I
machinery. Tho complaint was made by .
jj William Peale, superintendent of tho
Superintendent. Pealo testified that
. Palenzo had mailii, ugly remarks about
the United StateH and that considerable
damage nau nceu wioubiu ni mo inuiu
In the last few weeks by machinery be
Inir nut out of operation In an undcter-
-f mined manner.
Magistrate Berry held the accused
w Ithout ball for a further hearing.
J CARRIED STANGELAND '
I MceAriTC icriiAnfiPi
I Captain Lindgrcn Was to Re-,
turn to Sweden One for
New Vurk, June 20.
Onnosiiig the application of Captain
ustavo Ragner I.indgrcn, of the Swed
ish army reserve, for a rcauctton in the
9. ball of J5000 on which he Is held.
7oscph If,' Hurdeau,
States Attorney, at
Bamuel Sf. Hitchcocl
I Commissioner, submitted evidence that
J'l.lndgren was arrested carrying a mes
Juage fiom Charles Kmil Stangeland,
J formerly second secretary at the Amerl-
m can cinuanaj' hi xjuii.iuii, nnu 1-1 miuc.
si'arrest as ait alleged co-consplrator. to
Mme. Klleu Key, the Swedish writer,
whose books! on the war are viewed as
(hostile in the Allied countries.
Air. uurucuw rcuu muiu a biciiuki,
pheris record of the examination of Cap
tain I.lndgren at the Custom House
lifter his an est on June 7. Captain
IJildgreii said that Stangeland at that
tline-Bbkcd him to tell Madam Key .that
her friend, Tarek Mabl Paz, a Hindu,
had been convicted In San Francisco
nnd tyeen sentenced to twenty-two
months In prison,' Daz was accused,
with otheis Hindus, of plotting to cause
an uprising against British rule In
India. Llndgren quoted Stangeland as
Baying that Daz was as big a figure In
that Held as Madam Key and that she
would be interested In knowing ot his
'y. Llndgren anu Mangeianu wero em
ployed by the Bethlehem Bteel Company
at Bethlehem, Pa. landgren gave up
his position In the calculating depart
ment of the steel plant to return to
Sweden'. Stangeland gave him a list of
names of people to sea In Copenhagen,
with, memoranda of the message lie was
i give; to cacn. 'ine messages op, ineir
appeareu iiamuvim ,
eianu waivra examination, ite
frJ . on 'ball aupplled by Prof.
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FLORENCE ELLEN SHARP.
CAMDEN HIGH SCHOOL
ENDS ITS 25TH YEAR
Diplomas Arc Awarded to
at Exercises Today
The commencement cctelscs of the
Camden Manual TrainliiR and High
School were held this mornlnc, marklnK
tho closlnc of the twenty-fifth j car of
A "cnaratc loll of honor v.ts read,
bearing the names ot seven graduate In
the, service of the United States. They
arc i;imcr Jackson, Ulchard Moses,
Hobcrt Tmnklnson. Ch.trle Dender, Paul
Mcrco. Kail Ludlan and Phillip Bonder
Xlnetj -peven graduates received Iheir
diploma, ll(ll were nreFented by 12 '.
nend, Jr., iirosldent of the r.oaid of Edu
cation. Follow Inc the Invocation by the
Rev. OeoiKo II. iremlngway, D. D pas
tor of tlie Fhst Presbj terlan Churdi.
tlcnjamln Little, honor student, delivered
an oration on the "Development of
Florence Sharp, honor ftudent, read
an rs-ay, "Our T'laR" ; Bertha AVeis''
spoKe on "Wonian's Work In the War,"
and Carl KMelman on "Labor, History
nnd Outlook." The patriotic roll of honor
was read by Prof, Robert M. McHlroy.
of Princeton t'nlvirslty nnd of the Na
tional Security League. The graduates
(tforse I!. Atkinson. VVIIbor C Ili-hop,
riinrli-d A. Ilxnd'r, Kurl D tlramlt Itruro
I.. llron, William J llrunnlna. 2d. rtol.irt
II Ciirll. I!mt CIIITorci. Kennelh ICpplT.
Jofeph I., ritlt. KclKsril I.'. Mil nth Na
thHiiIrl C. Krleilrlrli. Jbiups S. danlln'-..
Trunk Raudelll. I'nr! .1. ielne. Jr. Kmll
I'. llmv. I'lnrus r,rnbf')l. VVIMl tt Hht
pr, Awron IUpiip, rtamoiul n Ilpntitn, Jr.,
llarrj ff Ivurj, Itob.'rt W. JnLVlr, Jerry
H. Johnston A Herman t.'ell'r. I'arl Kl
i.lniftn. Joseph D. Lawrence Jr., Ilenjnmln
A. I.lltl". Karl G. Ludllim Paul V. Mago.
Ilcnry tl. Marrarlfln. Lehter 11 Merhort
Aruthur G Pratt.. Charles P. 111. hmen.
flcorite Ityali. Jo'i-ph C. Pepsc. ltclb-iurne
('. Slckler. J. Henry Slmpaon. Jr . t arl J
TeestMI. Jr., Abe Teltelniall Ilrlvsnril I.
Treitiar. Jr. llerlwrt rt. Wakefield. nuln
II. Adams, porothy II. Hnrrott Mary n
Halley, riuth 11. llleaklj, Kmma I.. Ilo'u.
ABl's K. Ilreier. Adalaisp K. Iluiby, Eth'l
A Uallnay, Thelma. C. Cann. Florence H.
Cavanaugh. Alberta W. Kolb. Klmlra II.
Oompton. Catherine Corson, Christina f
Oute, nioasom J. Durcan. Adtlma A
Haines. Mvra II. Kdnarrts. Helen 1. Orls
eom. Hhoda II. Hazlelon. Blliabeth VV.
llolmra, Miriam I. Jamison, Helen K Liiw
rence. Mildred F. I.ee. Ani.a C. I.H.
Kdna M. Lleelbn. Lena M. Majer. .Miriam
It. Neeley. Florence I.. New kirk. Dorothea
Ostermejer, Clara Plovlnlck. Mlnnla Train
man. Cora O Haml. Carrie H nat.-lllfe.
l.llllan M. Iteld. Mnmerle Hlsjlns. era F.
nobb. Marian K Hohblnn. Mabel Roi.
Oraee W Itowand. Ai ni Schmeerllnit. lMro
thy M. Hchumiiher. FIorenrD K f-harn. Ma
t t e ii.,i i' Vun l.r. Maurlren M.
! VauKhan. ' Ksfher SI. alien. Kthrl Ij
Weeks. Hertha welsa una i.nura -. houm-
The Normal- Pchool craduates are: Kdna
Ttauer. Tiorothv Cannon Constance Chase.
i:tlirr Coveney. Mildred Konaldson. 1 lor
enee Duniheltot., I)oroth lllbbert. Kntnrvn
Johnson. Marian Morton. Alice Nutty. Mi
riam Mummer. Dorothea !-ebo!rt. Dorothy
. .., silver. Vlrclnla Hinith. Mac nidskncnie.
ihl TleetMood TaKart. Bveljn Townseno; m;
S lie',n Turnpr. Artelo Veatch Mabel WskrReli.
Kthel wenucrotn ana naymo nuuiu
York Marine Wounded
ork," Pa.. June 20. Sergeant John
Louis Cravcr, who was severely injured
In action on the P.lver Marne on .Tune 13,
Is a son of William Craver, police ser
geant. He Is twenty-two years old and
enlisted In the marine corps In August.
1914. He .participated In the landing at
Vera Cruz, Mcx He was promoted to
sergeant two yeats ago and a year later
embaiked for oversea service.
U. S. CHARGES FOUR
urinnu cinriAinf r di at
Lancaster Man Involved in At-
lompt to Collect $187,000
Navy Bill Twice
Waahlnglan, June 20.
The net set by the Department of
Justice for war contract brokers has In
volved emploves of the "War and Navy
Departments, through Indictments re-
a l-. t.si .1 1 "! iinnil Til . Ildva
Assistant United i tutneu uy too riuuiai uimm uuij ..v.c,
a lieaHmr before charging four men with trying to collect
United Staes on 'a duplicate bill for flST.000 submlt
Ve.l evidence that'll by a drjdock company for repairs
to a fJov eminent vessel, ine case uoes
not involve contingent fee profiteers.
but grew out of tne Investigation Info
T,he four Indicted are Clyde C. Walt
man, yeoman In the Navy Department's
bureau ot supplies and accounts;
Charles H. Waltman, his brother, busi
ness man of Victoria, Va, ; Benjamin
W. Peake, soldier, stationed at Port
Meigs, Washington, formerly of Berea,
N. C, and D. Marvll Mowery, stenogra
pher, employed In the signal .cprps office,
formerly of Lancaster, Pa,
Clyde C, Waltman and Mowery, who
arc roommates In Washington, are al
leged to have conceived a scheme for
getting thfc Navy Department to pay the
same bill twice, and to collect one of
tho payments through a confederate In
the offices of the company rendering the
bill. M , ',
They successfully tested the plan
twice. It Is charged, but did not try to
actually collect the mbney, and the firms
returned the duplicate payments to the
Finally, with free access to Navy
Department files, they were said to have
obtained a bill for $187,000 rendered
April 23 by the Morse urjaocn aim
Bepalr Company, of New York, for re
pairs to the aovernment vessel Canan
dalgua between March 1 and March 15,
this year. After th bill was alleged to
have been taken from the files the com
tny was told It ivas lost and waa,skd
to mttmii.". aupma'; i""i ,"-
CARL cJ. GEIGES
47 TO BE GRADUATED
AT GIRARD COLLEGE
Coinmcncciuent Will Be Held
Toniglil Hampton L.
Carson lo Be Orator
The annual commencement exercises
of Girard College will be held this eve
ning In the college chapel. Korty-llirce
seniors will receive their diplomas.
The program will be opened by an
Invocation of tlie vice president, Joseph
M. Jameson. Tlie salutatorlan will be
Thomas Bowman Keener, who is, the
second honor- man of the class, and
who will also read an essay on "Ulchard
Harding Davis, War Correspondent."
The valedictory w ill be given b
Ralph Truman Klotz. first honor man.
who villi also read an essay on "Ath
letics In Wartime." Ttinsell Willis Ilar
greaves, the third honor man. will read
an essay on "Ships in the Slaking."
The principal speaker of the evening
will he Hampton 1.. Carson, Checsman
A. Ilcrrlfk. the president, will present
th" graduating class with their diplomas.
latlng class with their diplomas.
aduates distinguished In differ-
irtments are Ualph Truman
Klotz. in mechanical Instruction and
chemistry; Kussell Willis Ilargreavcs.
in stenography and tjpewrltlng; Uusscll
I.eroy O ray. In mathematics.
The follow In receive dlplcnas:
Isaac It) an Illair
Hobert Arthur Clark
Carl i:dard Dupes
Joseph Warren Fny
Uussell Iieroy Gray
Albert Clifton Hess
Adam r.roe Horlne
Wendell Letter House
I.el Sylvester Irwin
Cecil MI'eheli Jones
Veherlon Oliver Kent
Italph Truman Klotz
Samuel Austin Mader
Ilouard I.e Sheaklry
Matthew Kdivarrt C.
r,rnts Harper Turner
lleorue Dald Watson
Harry Good Wllion
FAIRBANKS LEFT $2,130,000
oOCYear Trust Fund of .0,000 to Wcl
Indiananolla, Ind.. June CO As a me
morial to his wife, the late Charles W.
Fairbanks, former Vice President of the
United States, set aside In his will, just
probated here, a trust fund of "0,000 to
be held for BOO years, tho Incr.me from
which Is to bo divided1 each fifty years
and expended 'for .oclal welfare work.
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ine vaiue oi tne eiuuu -ni....i i-. nn
mated at J2.lo0.00n
Other charitable bequests were oni to
the Ohio Wcsleyan University of t2B.00O
and another of lufl.OOO to tho Methodist
l-'plscopal Hospital and Deaconness
Home In Indianapolis.
After payment of the various spe
cific bequests the will provided the re
mainder of the cMate Is to go to the
three sons, Itlchard, Warren and Fred
Fairbanks. The personal property was
comparatively small, being estimated at
1150,000, while the real estate was est!,
mated o be woith $2,000,000 at least.
MRS. HEARST SHEDS TEARS
Testifies in Her Libel
Acaiiift JVcvv York Papers
Vew York June 20. Mrs. Wlllam
,, ,.' . ., . ,.,, h.
Randolph Hearst testified before the
Cr.inrl .inrv vetterdav n her criminal
libel suits against the New York Times I
and the New Voik Tribune.
When she emerged from the juiy room
her ey.es were swollen wltlt tears. The
reason for the tears could not be as
certained, as District Attorney Swann
refused to discuss the case on tne ground
It was still In consideration. A. J. Tal
ley. Assistant District Attorney, said,
however, so far as he knew no Indict
ment had been found, though It Is
possible the Grand Jury found an In
dictment without bis knowing It,
Fire Destroys John Brown House
Torrington. Cenn., June 20. The'
house In which John Brown, the famous
abolitionist, .was born, In West Torrlng
ton. was destroyed by fire yesterday. The
building: was owned by the John Brown
Association and was one of the principal
historical landmarks of the city. The
cause of the fire Is not known. t
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BENcJAMIN ABBOTT LITTLE.
SCHOOL OF PEDAGOGY
VTMnC TI7RHI THlVfinHT
Li ll IO ILilllTl illllUlll
Collegiate Certificates to Be
Awarded Former Students,
Now Soldiers, to Be Guests
The commencement eierclses of the
Philadelphia School of Pedagogy will
take place at the assembly bail of the
Central High Fchool, Broad and Green
The ofllceis of the class aic Milton
O. Peaice, president; Samuel Brown,
vice president; Benjamin Shoemaker,
secretary, and Michael Kdclman, treas
urer. The progum includes: Invocation, by
the Itcv. niriiard II. Wells, sddrcss on
"Kclucation and the World War," Mil
ton Oscar l'earce. ,Ir, graduating class;
address lo graduates, "The World War
nn.l neinnnrnev ." Mr. Oscar flerson. Oer-
i mantown High School ; conferring of col-
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' eglate certiorates
, "" School of J eda;
The War I.ecord of
i-nir " llr lrnnrln
' Tttirlc Itmnfll. nrlneln.(l.
The special feature of the evening will
be the presence of Private Barnett
Cohen, an ex-presldent of the class, who
a short time ago left for Camp l.ee. Va.
Second Lieutenant Andrew F. Moore, of
West Point, a former student of the
school, will also bo ono of the guests of
The members of the faculty now in
war service are Captain William Hughes
Mearns, Camp Greenlcaf, CJa ; Sergeant
William H Burkhard, Camp Sevier,
Ala.; Private Francis A. Wade. Camp
flreenleaf, C!a., and Charles B. Nichols,
ordnance department, Philadelphia.
The graduates who are candidates for
collegiate certificates Include Charles
Blaker, Samuel Itoblnson Brown, Benja
min Harris Bjer, Barnett Cohen, called
to colors ; Maurice Dessen, Tanner
Grant Duckrey, Michael Cdelman, I
Arthur Huff Fauset, William Gaiter, I
Itobert Maull GrOssmanu. Walter Kve-
ICU nunnn I, I mill, ii.mi-r, mliju
i ,i. r -i x-.i.,i-i v,. !..
Milton Oscar Pearcc, Jr., I'rncst 1'aul
n.i "''"T" ',cn"a" V. ,
Benjamin Maurice Shoemaker, Harry
Spenco urd. Jr., Arnold Lrasmus Weiss
and .Nathan Wlldman.
Tho mombers of tho class ca
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service before graduation are Alfred II.
Dlcbel, medical corps, France; Allan Tt
Freelon, second lieutenant of artillery;
Kaymond D. Tarbuck, Naval Academj,
The presentation of alumni prizes will
he made as follows; Alumni gold medal,
Thomas J. Dobbins; Albert Borer Tln
dall Prize, John J. Malorlcllo, class of
SCHOOL PLANS WAR RECORD
Blanks Sent All Penn Charier
Men to Toll of Their Part
Dr. II. L. Smith, assistant headmaster arc . Ashley Dougherty, late of leg
nf the Penn Charter School. Is resnnn. I feld Follies, and Donald Macdonald, I
slble for a publication the results of
which will be watched with great In
terest. This Is the .War Service Hecoid and It
is being tent to all graduates of Penn
Charter. In tt there are questions asked
concerning the Dartlcular arm of service
engaged In whether active or nonqom-
1 unmill, mo iii wuin ucuit, uuiid uj me
Individual, the date of his enlistment of
commission, present tank, casualties, to
bo signed uy relatives or irienas, anci
any other Information of personal expe-
tlences befalling Penn Charter men in,'
connecti0n with war work. ,
Penn cnarter is pronaoiy tne nisi
i school of the
country to Issue euch
To Confer on War Prisoners
London. June 20 It Is repotted at
The Hague that tepresentatlves pf the
American Government are lo corner wttn
the Germans regardtng the exchange ot
prisoners. The status or the negctla.
tlons. If any. Is not mentioned.
Bright Disease, Diabetes, Gout, Neuritis, Cystitis or
any form of Rheumatism.
DRINK DAILY S TO IS GLASSES OF
I 718 Chestnut St.
', .'Serrad at t'.lI Ciuba. Hjtalar Cst
i4.i5v.Ui aswa'd Irat-eJaw fciTi, r
"TALES OF HOFFMANN"!
Ofl'enbacli Work Evening Of
fering of Opera Fchtial.
Double Matinee Bill
t'apltal leprcsentatlons of three Mand-
ara operas, two frequently given but al-
wajs, favorites and tho third heard atl
too rarely for Its merits m.do up yes
terii.ij s repertoire of the grand onera
festival current at the .Vcnrtemj nf Music i
under the efficient' direction of llarrv
J. Davis. Tlie familiar wmks were the
I so-called "Italian Twins" of Mnsragnl
I and Leoncavallo, and the evotic was
! Offenbach's "Tales of Hoffmann '
J The casts enlisted the seniles of a i
i "umber of well-known and vvell-Mked '
singers lemembered from their Jlctro-
politHti or Ilammerstein connections as
well as several new artists. The ehoru.
work was smooth vocallj and well1
drilled theatrically and the orchestra I
gave expressive communication of the I
scores, genuinely supporting .mil accent
ing the measures of the vocalists and I
never flooding them with superfluous I
lone. Josiuh Zuro conducted with poetic
Insight and technical effectiveness. In I
settings, properties ahd costumes, the)
company Is well equipped and the stage
management is a revelation of careful-1
ness nnd smoothness.
Kiith aililcr volicd the coloratura'
Mralns of the doll In "Hoffmann' with
facility and the loles of ("lltilctta and An-'
tonla were In the capable custody of'
Maggie Tejte. the miniature prima'
donna with the big voice and vailed his-
trlonlsiu. Orvllle Hanokl was the phi- ,
landeilng poet; his tenoi, nluajs nat- (
tlially good, has been leflned in tone nnd
skilled In production and be made a de
cided litnpiesxloii. Cllrabclh Campbell
was a ricli-voked Nicklaus and the
triple ro!n in vhlcli Itcnaud won til-1
umphs disclosed an interesting artistic
i personalit and .1 sonorous, well-used!
, vuilu m
newcomer. Augustus Iioulller, i
who gave lobust pel sonatlon of bis parts,
I minus the suavity and subtlety of l!c-
naud but none the less satisfying. Ills
I Svengall-llke Dr Miracle was linpies-
sive. Octave Dua was diverting In the
buffo lole formerly associated with'
Daddi and Henri Stott was .sonorous and '
artistic In the brief passages allotted to
As good a "CavallerU" as the Acad
emy has Btaged was featured by Flor
ence ICaston's moving and dramatic
Santuzz.i and Francis Macl.ennan'si
Turlddu. Bolli got hot-blooded, pulsating
Sicilian passion Into their roles and
botli wc.ie vocally magnificent Viola
Hobcrtsou was an alluring and sweet-!
toned I.ola and Carl Formes n satisfying
Alflo. The Nedda of the admirable
"Pagllaccl" was Dora dl Phllllppe, known
hero for her appearances in opera-ln-
English and later a diva of the Chicago
opera. In voice and actl6n she was em
inently satlsfvlng. Forest Laniont, the
young American tenor acted and sang
excellently as Canio and t'arl Formes
was sinister and fullv voiced as the mls-chlcf-making
clown, winning gieat .ip-
plausc for his
This evening's peiformanie of 'Car
men' will bring forward Mice weiuie,
, , ,,as , . gnec'r mc,a ,on h.
)f) licsened j,Hm!(.tionnadom. as the
c,.m,, ..nnuti. nirdinio Martin ai
, !, , ,.,m lien 1
the Iove-smltten Don Jose, and our own J
Henri Scott as the Toieador '
Sailors and Marines' Show Tonight
"Off to Sea," a two-act musical com
edy, will be given tonight at the Broad
Street Theatre by boldlers and marines ,
from the navy .vard. The perfoimance
will be repeated Friday and Palurdaj
nights and Saturday afternoon, nnd the
proceeds will be for the benefit of the
chaplains' welfare fund and recreation
center. The company of over fifty will
he assisted by a dozen tinging and dam
ing girls. The story Is full of patriotic
appeal and there are over twenty mu
sical numbers. Among the professional
players who are now at League Island
wHase success at the Forrest in "Toot-
Toot 1" Is a pleating mempry. Both the.se
will 'be seen In specialties. The crack
drill squad of the Marine Cqrps will be I
a feature of the second act.
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ment. Register your Clerks In our
Afternoon and livening Classes. Send
your problems to us through them.
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Pea Beans lb.' 15c
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Shrimp can 13c
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Unity Jumbles lb. 22c
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Seeded Raisins . . . .pkg. 13c
Laundry Soap. . . .cake 4'ic
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Noodles pkpf. 5c
Pickled Onions bot. 12c
Scrub Brushes, ca. 1-8-1 0-12c
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