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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1914 BA&E BALL STANDING OF THE CLUB I I National League W. Tuh Yet. liino ! 10(10 ' , .S33 , .429 ; .400 . 2oft ' .000 ; .nun : Kruvklj n . . 3 Philadelphia 3 1'lttshurg 5 St Louis 3 Chicago . . 2 'In.-iimn ti 1 Boston n New York a American League Oul- W. Chicago Wflshinguin 3 New York 2 Petroit '. . S ft. Louts 3 Philadelphia 2 Boston 2 Cleveland . . n Pet. : . S.13 .t:.o ! .Ii00 .fjOO ' . 4 (M P ."(HI ' Federal League Club V. L. IVt. Brooklyn 2 0 toon St. Louis 4 1 .SO" ... Buffalo 2 1 . ilfiT j' Chicago 2 2 .Min 1 Indianapolis 2 " .400 Baltimore 1 2 .333 Kan-as fit y 1 3 .:T.O , 1'itfsburB . . 0 2 .000 : Coast League IV t. .1-11 .f!(10 .444 .-too .4fto j WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National League TOw York at prooklvn. Ttosloq at Philadelphia. 1 Pittsburg at Cincinnati. f'hicago at St. I.ouis. American League I.ouis at Chicago. Cleveland at Detroit. Washington at New Philadelphia at St. York. Boston. Federal League lndianapulis at Kansas City Pcffa'o at Pittsburer. Chicago at St. I.ouis. Tirooklyn at Baltimore. Coast League Vciiiej. at Portland. fan Francisco at Oakland. Sacramento afl.os Ant: -I-.. -I I I NATIONAL LEAGUE Cubs Blanked. ST. April 20. Willie boak waS Invincible in pinches, while his team mates took advantage of Chi cago's errors and his Humphreys op portunely. St. I.ouis winning, 2 to a. Sct-re: R. H. F.. lucagii 0 t, St. I .out 3 s Batteries Humphries rind Firei han: Doali and Snyder. New York-Brooklyn nnd FhilnriVl jihia-Boston ?aiiii-s postponed on in count of r;iin. t I AMERICAN LEAGUE Mack Men in Winning Column. P.OSTON, April 20. The Champion Athletics broke into the winning col umn of the American league standing for the first time by defeating Boston twice. Philadelphia batted Kedient freely in the morning; he was wild in w.. j,...,. t-- i. ... "" reioio. was mi Mug in the afternoon and held Boston to only four liits. two men on! third base. Morn ilig Philadelphia reaching R. .5 E. 11 Z 8 Pbink Ktfllev Boston '2 Batteries Houck. Wyckoff, and Scliang; Colitis. Bedient. and Cady. Afternoon R. H. E. Philadelphia "'. S 1 Boston 0 4 1 Batteries liennoclt and 1-app: Fos ter, Johnson and Thomas. School invites u.11 who wish to take part In free for ull event to attend the annual TENNIS TOURNAMENT which will be held on the Normal court. Al'ril -2Tth. Tournament will begin at St a. m. ajirt trill continue to fi p. m. The Normal will furnish one meal at noon to all visiting players. There. Will be no entry fee but with the exception that each player pro .vides own ball. The free for all event that will be played are men's singles, nien's doubles. ladies' singles. ladies' doubles and mixed doubles. BaseballGoods PINNEY Jt ROBINSON 17 South Center Clal W. I.. Kan Francisco II 5 Venice 12 s Sacrnmento s in Los Antrelcs s 12 Portland !i Oakland.- fi lo Tempe Normal CHANCE TO CUSS THE PROOFREADER In the game b nix( Joe baseman Imix score ween Mrs; Bond. I he of the. .lev of Sunday's ! jiml Piioe- ' 'fficicnt first i els was tt-rt ; inn phteiy mit. llol have been failed to play Now. this W mid J.,e h.:d so had had good hall or lie made lo show '.'line 'o .core is presented : lot of errors limv he dil Hut just play, his type" out herewith f tin- box respectf;;Hy Alt. fi .3 1 :. 11. i'( .. . A.K Hohd. lh What unikes it is t!'e fact th: Mesa's only run. 1 12 2 o still more fierce t Pond scored CIevcland-1 'i-troit it-count of eolil. fianif postponed on ashington-.ew iced on account York bailie if rain. pOSt- FEDERAL LEAGUE Iniuns Piled 'Em Up- KANSAS CITY, April 2". '1 itors piled up six runs, enough Indianapolis a 7 to 2 victory. R Indianapolis 7 Kansas City - Kaf dries Ka iser! i 11s : nil to give II. 10 K Texter: Human, Stone and Easterly I 1 They Hit Hendrix. ! ST. l.til "IS. April 20. Groimnr- was ; steady in all but one inning, while the ! locals hit Hendrix at opportune timH. j I Score: II. 11. E. Chicago 1 1 j St. I.ouis S 2 Batteries Hendrix ami Wilson; I Groom and Hartley- COAST LEAGUE lines scheduled i n GiTY BEAOTSfUL" IS UP BEFORE YOUNG IN Commend Condition of Parts and Ask More Information in City The Yiions Men's met lust evening and advance ground upon "The City Peautiful". Business leiigue decided to lake the question of After a number of speeches by prominent members o." tlie association it was resolved that commendation was due the custodians of the grounds of the s'.ale house, the i public library, and the county court 1 j house for the beautiful condition it" X which the parking space around these . i grounds is continually kept. The car allory to this resolution was a decision to bring to the attention of the Phoepi.x commission the necessity of improving jthe looks of the city hall park. The commisioners were then made i the subject of a commendatory resolti- j lion in connection with the matter 01' j j tutting downthe weeds. 11 campaign in' ! the interest of which has been conduct- ed for some time. The citizens and i residents of Phoenix were jilso request- ,u ,0 ,0-0 .. ..... oo i.,e o .,. ! J Taoe 111 naving au me seeos me i j board receives I'ron (.lie IM'lldl lllll-IK UI 1 i agriculture planted in the city. These i sei ds can be had upon application to Seeretarv flariy Welch of the Board t .r. 1.. 1 ..... , 1 1 runner oiscussion 01 uie ueeus 01 . thn Mii nii the matter i of public drinking fountains taken up. i It was decided to bring the nr-ed of ! ihis to tiie attention of the commission ers at an early meeting. The organl ! suit ion is growing rapidly. Already the i niemb.'rs are showing a great deal of public spirit. 0 AN IMPENDING CALAMITY j The financial expert of the Paris I Journal says that the future of Wall j street i most promising. street i most promising. This view will cj-'hc consternation in certain circles in Washington, but apparent ly it is taken as rather a hopeful sign by Hie French expert: he thinks it will react favorably on the Paris bourse. Surely Mr. McAdoo can find some, way to avert this disaster. i New York Sun. Jliie a Mule : publican office. nore customers lalesioan at The Re A Want Ad will see than you can. "Totti" at Merkle'i Coliseum "it? i MASTER WQN EVEN IF HARTWELL DID LOSE So F. Like A. Hartwell Should Worry Jack Smith, He Could Bet on His Carburetor. 1". A. Hartwell, who did not win tile LT.-inile rare Saturday, has no excuse to offer. lie does not lay the blamo on the .Master carburetor with which the Morton tiuick was equipped. For every car that finished in either race had a Master- Hartwell reminds one of the way Jack Smith wis winning money in small Vandc liets along about the time the rhilt and Grand Prix races were He went about saying to evtry- it a loud and noticeable tone I run. ' bodv of voice Til bet the winning car has a Master on it." Jack laid unite a l't of small wagers on this matler before it was discovered three cars in the tel-s. . that all but two or two r u-i-s hart Mas- ODD FELLOWS OE ARIZONA (Continued from Page One.) was concluded, the doors were thrown open and the Rcbekahs invited the Odd Fellows to he their guests at a dainty biinuuet which they had prepared. Today will be the really important day of the session for upon this oc casion officers will be selected for the ensuing year ami the place for the holding of the session of the grand lodge will be determined upon. Tomorrow the morning will lie de voted to business sessions of the grand lodge and the Rebpkah assembly, and in the afternoon all the visitors and the members of the local lodge will join in a picnic, the trip 10 the picnic grounds being made in autos provided for that purpose. The 1914 gathering will be brought to a close with a banquet in the evening in odd Fellows' hall. These are the grand lodge officers iu Phoenix today: J. 11. V. Moore, grand master. P. C. Anderson, deputy grand master. I.. K. Rice, grand warden. Ceorge K. Mini'., grand secretary. J. C. Felt, grand treasurer. Robert E. I.onginoore. grand repre sentative. W. K. .Tames, grand representative. X. A. .Mort'ord, grand trustee. A. Y. Smith, grand trustee. Andrew Nielson, grand trustee. Kdgar Hash, grand marshal. J Ii. Baker, grand conductor. K. A. Watkins. grand guardian. I.. Y. llnssel. grand herald. Charles M. Mullen, grand chaplain. These- are the Grand Kncampmcnt officers: Grand patriarch. WilHum Hughes; grand high priest. C- F. Bow ers; grand senior warden. J. F. Mo honey: grand junior warden, A. V. Smith: grand scribe. Ceo. A. Mintz: grand treasurer, Barney Johnson; grand representative. V. R. Norris; grand marshal. C. F. Miller; grand in side sentinel, M. T. Brown; grand out side seniinel. F. M. Sherman. The committees are: Credentials ("has V. Slack. J. M. Y. Moore. legislation N. A. Morford, H. J. S'.t der. R. Humphrey. Ky-laws M. T. Brown, E. F. Bowers, i It. N. Morrell. j Petitions Y. K. James, N. M. Mit ! rovitch, E. E. Rice. j Ki'naiicf V. R. Norris, J. J. White, C. W. Slack. The delegates registered are: William Hughes, A. W. Smith. C. F. Miller. G. E. Paine. E. o. Russell, N. M. Mitro vitch. n. A. Belding. Ira . Stalnaker, II. P. Reynolds. E. B. Yincil. W. U. Al- 1(rjKh t E. r pwers. M. T. Brown, W. 1 I." T.....ou IJ A tones V. W Kelthlln. i N. A. Morford, F. D. .Mackey. V. K. ' Norris. Frank Sinilhline. F. P. Trott, W. i W. Wilkey. Gfo. A. Mintz. J. M. Y. j Moore, II. II. I'ratt. J. H. Ferguson, C. J A. Wind P. C. Anderson, R. Humphrey, J. S. Pritchard. F. M. Sherman. C. H. Fost. C. S. Fait. L. K. Rice, R. J. Wren, R. (). Noftsger, W. M.Wood. P. Gardis. The Rebekah Assembly officers are: Ellen M. Harris, president, Tempe: Rosaline Clark, vice president. Hag staff; Marien Slack, warden. Globe; Nettie Scott, secretary. Phoenix; Jen nie Moore, treasurer, Morenci; Alice Penn. trustee. Clifton; Mary L. John son, trustee. Mesa; Belle Forest, Pres cott; Lillian Seamans Marsha!, Doug las: Mary Cohenour. conductor, King man. Elizabeth Wilson, chaplain. Glen dale: Holland Merryman. inner guard- ian. Phoenix: Alice Bible, outer guar- Idian. Cananea, Mex. I The delegates in aiienuaoce .ne. Phoenix Myrtle Mathews. Teresa . Ziegler. Nellie Norris, Emma Kinkade, j Sadie Jones, Minnie Stevens, Fanny Martin. j(isi,eeMae B. Hasler. Annie Lfroy, I.uella Snodgmss, Edna J. Brown, Jen nie Pritehard. Tucson Ida Tharpe, Allie Dicker man, Mabel Martin, Millie Marriner,, Mattie. Hughes. Olobe-t-Nancy Fatight. Emma lunK. Jessie Fright, Eva Wind, Fannie Clark. Mesa Millie Daley, Artella Williams, Jean Coleman. Tempe E. Vera Patterson, Mattie ."Birchen. Annie Stewart, Alberta Jacob sen. Annie Bertlesen. Elizabeth Cosner, Honor Mocur. PRescott Emily Brinkmeyer, Ina Brinkmeyer. Mae Norris. Cora Suder, De'ia Rosenblatt. Midlie Morrison. Williams Katherlne Anderson, Ke zie W. Williams. Kingman Mary Keyser, Mary Walk er. May Davis. Douglas Sadie Clyatt. Lulu Knight, Belle Dougherty, Flora Richardson. Clifton Kate Bowman, Jennie Combs. Margaret Campbell, Elizabeth Tappin. Morenci Annie Moore. Irene Ring .sniith, Oilive Stevens. Edith Roseveri. Flagstaff Rosaline Clark, Emma Leslie. Elizabeth L. Arters. Y'uma Emma ' Frankel. Florence Dunbar, Ellen Marable. T.izzie Bradford, A. H. McCIure. Cananea, Mexico Jessie MoCullum, Alice Bible. Saft'ord Daisy McCullum. Emma Kirtland. Jonie Broshears. , Winslow Eliza Noble, Dela G. Hunter. EPISCOMLS 10 IE THCVTHI I Animal (.Vuivocatioii of the Protestant Episcopal Ot sjauization Will lc IIpUI Here Three Days nil'jJT 'Tuesday. Liogill- The annual convocation of the Protestant Episcopal church of Ari zona will be held ill Phoenix on Tues'iy, Wednesday and Thursday of next week. The session will be held ill Trinitv Pro-Cathedral litid 'will be presided over by Rt. Rev. Julius W. At wood. Episcopal bishop of Arizona. It is expected that all the Episcopal ministers in Arizona will be in attendance iog-t;:er with lay ill-legates from every parish. There will also he delegates in at tendance from the various Women's Auxiliaries throughout the state. There is nmcli to come before the convocation but the greater part of it cannot be forecasted. Besides the business sessions there will be seV- eral entertainments and receptions in honor of the visitors. Special inter est will attach to the annual address of Bishop At wood and his chirse to the ministry. Following is the program: Tuesday. April 28 10 a. 111. opening service with au nt the in the rual address and charge bishop. Business session afternoon. Reception at the blsho(i's house. Wednesday, April 29 9::m a. in. Services in Pro-Cathe dra': 10 o'clock, business session: 2 O'clock joint session of Woman's Auxiliary and convocation. Evening public meeting, with discussions oii Responsibility of t'ie Church. On this general topic the following ad dresses are scheduled; Kev. Jacob M. White "Arizona," Rev. J. I Prescott: "For Moral Education." Rev. H. "Abroad." I1? of Wins'.oW; Jenkins of anil Religion" Brewster of Bishee. Thursday, April 30 Services at !:.'!ij a. m. In the af ternoon an a lto ride over the valley and a visit to St. Euke's Home. MODERN DAMON AND PYTHIAS STORY IN FILM Two Sergeants at Avenue Theater Famous Player Picture , A masterpiece of unexcelled aetinif, photography and story is probably the best way to describe the won derful six-reel feature that will !e shown today nnd tomorrow at tlw Avenue theater. This dramatization of the famous' French novel is a modern Damon and Pythias episode, wherein a cap tain in thi( French army is wrong fully accused of theft. The evidence is irrefutable, so the captain bids his family goodbye and flees Into the mountains. When war breaks out. he enlists under an assumed name, and shortly thereafter is made a sergeant for an exceptional act of bravery. A warm friendship springs up between hiin and Sergeant Rob ert, and the two are inseparable. A plague strikes the town and to pre vent its spread a strict military quarantine is established. The two sergeants are posted at the gate and there, violate the quarantine by al lowing a starving widow and child ren to pass. For this, they ATn courtmartialed and are found gtiiltv. But in view of the extenuating cir cunistances only one is sentenced to dfe. They draw straws and the iU giiiscd captain is elected to die. H tells his story to his brother sr geant. who in turn tells him that his wife and family are at present in a neighboring village on the Isle cf Roses. Robert induces an aide de camp to allow Captain Derville ' to visit the island on the dispatch biiat. agreeing to stay as hostage and die in his stead, should he not return. t'pon arriving on the island. Dct1 ville learns that he has been cleared of the theft. By more intrigue, the clock is set back and when Derville readies tlie OocK to return and pay the death penally, the boat luis left and he is forced to swim the chart nil to save his friend from forfeit ing his life as hostage. He arrives on the mainland just as the eorh mand to fire is ready to be giveu, saves Robert's lift and as a m-ward for the chivalry, both are pardoned and full restitution is made. In story, acting and photograph' this production is well up to the. standard fixed by the "Famous Play ers" " productions. -o- COLUMBIANS HOLD :: SUCCESSFUL SESSION Extraordinary Iniation of Sunday Pol lowed by Banquet at Pythian Hall. The Knights of Columbus, who gathered from ail parts of the state on Sunday for the purpose of holding an initiation extraordinary. wefV rapidly leaving town yesterday. Many of those who came from the nortlierh part of the state left on the Santa Fe on the early morning train. Others who came from the other sections went out on the trains cafrying them in their homeward directions. . The meeting was the most succews ful that has yet been held by the order and the interest taken in the work was excellent, according to those who are in a position to speak. The whole day on Sunday and-fur I1LAI If LLIi BOWKER OPENS IT THE SMUT porgoously Costumed Cho rus Host Ever Seen in Phoeu Lx ' ' Bai-efot t Tan fo"Makes Great Hit 1 On Between Pictures. Tile Powker Musical comedy coirl pany opened fit the Savoy last evening following the successful Jacobs run with the New York Winter Garden ssu-ces. "Thu Barefoot Tango," as one. of the leading features of the bill. This is one ot the most boautittil dances mm lias been seen in Phoenix. The num ber is staged between the two picture reels and it drew tumultous applause -ist evening from two crowded houses. The accompanying music lias a grace ful stately swing to if. and the spirit of the music was carried out in the dance to a perfection never before seen on anv Phoenix stage. In fact it is not belittling former performances hit to say that the chorus of the Bow ker company is the best ever seen here. Not only was the chorus well drilled tint it performed with a 'ginger" that made the show go tiff with a pnsjv ' The second performance was better than the first. This probably was the result of the experience gained in the first performance, for be it known that tlie stage was not usuable even for re hearsais until after the Jacobs com pany left. The title or the bill last night wu. "The Magic Hat" a Kolh and Dill suc cess. In it the principals were Mis-s Fern Melrose who sang several solos; Fannie Donovan, Miss Gladys Vail, who is well known here: licrtha Merris, Jiniiitie Gibson, also well known in Phoeuix: Iliilie Sat her, C. A. Black burn, E. A. Kneer and W. F. Bowker who :lso has plenty of friends in Phoenix. The work o the principals hardly came up u that of the chorus, although they each gave good exhibi tions of tlu-ir skill. The costumes an were neuuiitul. and in this again must reference be made to the ward robe that Manager Bowker has ob tained for his 'girlies.' In justice to Manager Bov.kcr and J. ft. Brought of the Kavov it slumbi he aid that there will be a number of new faces in the principal parts when the new bill opens next Thursday evening. The management intends to buihi 1111 the show until it Is oositivelv the Irongest of its kind that has ever burn ecn here, and they have a most ex- eellent start alreadv Ben Leroy Massie has a six piece or chestra in charge and the music thev furnish is splendid. -o- LOOKING WELL FORWARD irst survivor from wreck tto second suivivor, clinging with him to flimsy raft 'tuv much ought we to ask off the music "alls when we get back 'undred and fifty quid a week or two "andred?. Punch. o UNDER THE NEW LAW . i 'Miss Frocks has bought a birdless bat." said Mrs. Cumso. It might be called an audulionnet. ! might it not?" asked Mrs. Cawker. Christian Register. : d w ith the busy into the night was fille workings of the order. Being foundod upon a strict adherence to the Catholic tann. me members attended mass early in the morning of Sundav and ! two hundred were present. When the degree work was done. the. Knights adjourned to the banquet hall. the Pythian hall was used, and there sat down to a splendid banquet which, j with the many excellent speeches that were made, took the banqueters mray I into the night before the mectiiiK broke up. Eugene Brady O'Neill officaitcd aK toastmaster and the following toasts W'ere offered and responded to: Fratertialism." by T- W. Neulon of El Paso. "The Greater. Southwest," Joseph M. Morgan, district deputy of the order at Prescott. "Socialism." W. Paul Geary. "Our Greater Charities." J. E. Phil ipson, grand knight, of Tucson. "Public Purities." Kobcrt E. Morri son of Prescott. "The Ladies," R. W. Kramer of Phoenix. "Catholic Citizenship," Rev. Father" Coleman of Prescott- ,, AMUSEMENTS . Th Avenue Theatre Each' w eek sees an increase of reg ulars at the "little theatre around the corner.'; This is the best testimonial for the eNcellence of tho entertain ment furnished. Each change day of which there are four. Sunday, I'uesday, Thursday and Saturday) Icarrics a big feature, a drama ana a comedy that make a. perfect balance. These picture plays come from such companies as the Vltagraph. Sc.lig, dlson, Biograph. Lubin, Essanay. Kalem etc., whose productions hate established a country-wide reputatiou for excellence under the caption of ''Licensed Pictures" On Tuesdays ind Wednesdays of each week, the "Famous Players" productions arc presented. These plays are produced by all star casts and are the highest priced tilms in the market today. For this reason, tlie prices at the Avenue on Tuesdays and AWdnesdays are fif teen and twenty-five cents instead of the regular prices of ten and fif teen. Today and tomorrow are "Fa mous Players" days, the offering b ing tlie great French military dranlk, "The Two Sergeants." "Perils of Pauline Pear' White, who takes the part of Pauline in the new serial moving pic tures, "perils of Pauline" is one of the most beautiful women acting in photo plays and is the leading lady of the Come While 50 Norfolk Suits Regular $13.00 and 20.00 values in Blue Serges. English Cheeks, Palm Beaches and Plain. All at one price of No More-$12.50-No Less jrr as 13 East Adams Street. Pathe company. As Pauline, she has a part tnai exacny suu i.e. o.m .. ". dauahler of wealth, she wears most beautiful clothes, which were designed by that famous modiste, Lady Duff Goldon. better known as I-ucile. "Per i!s of Pauline" will be shown at the I.ion Theater Wednesday and Thurs d:iv, tile first of the series. Lion Theater "Our Mutual Girl" has gone crazy!:: No. not violently insane, but "Tango Nutty". In ihis installment of the ser ies we are showing, various steps as they are taught to her. such as the 'hesitation", "Cortez", "hitch," "scis sors" "media luna" nnd others. It adds , touch of welcome humor and is very pretty s well. The scenic points of interest are very good. The two reel Domino feature, "The Mystery Lady", is a tale of Jamestown in the early days. :.nd tells a story not wholly un like "Cinderella", hut in a charmingly new manner, and all's well that ends well. The Majestic comedy "A Riot in Rubeville", is a real scream of broad burlesque and rough and tumble humor emb-acing many of the well known Ma-ie'-tie tvpes of comedy characters. To- night is Donofrio Candy Night, and jcompl-te change tomorrow. ! ' I Feature vaudeville, being the order if the hour with the the Coliseum. Frank Road Show, has been 'ring Maude White, management of II. Webb's Big , anounced and the feat- l lever Minstrel Maids. - This act will open I' t this theatre on Tuesday the 21st, fnd run for the regular weekly pro- piamme. The highest of recommen dations come with these clever peo ple. In fact they are direct from the Sullivan - f'onsidine forces. which j speaks volumes for the merit of the j entertainment. They feature min 'strelsy in almost all its branches, the ; distinct novelty being the fact that the fair sex is dominant. This is the second Minstrel Maids performance to play the city, and both have been booked at the Coliseum. The for mer company made a decided hit. land this aggregation comes with levin a better record for success than tbev. Maude White is si.I to he one ; the most clever performers ap- . i.eariou- in vaudeville and it is with a L h lL. fife 10 me oeacn i gti this summer 1 jpfI San Diego U wl" Coronado 1 ffJ j Los Angeles J ldr San Francisco i a excursion fares daily if if 1 via Santa Fe V I Ask for folder "Vacation Land" H M I W. S. GOLDSWORTHY, Cn. Afit. I I rhor.e 45J S They Last 9M Opposite Hotel Adams. pride horn of confidence that Hie coliseum has anounced the booking. Aside from the Minstrel Maids S there will be other acts, and defin i ite anoimcement lias been made lhat these are headliners in their particu- lar fields. ! Taken all in all, the week's hooking J looks to he a winner, and there is no j doubt but that the "home of good shows' will add another to its louy list of successes. The moving picture end of the en tertainment has been given special attention, and the fans will find much to their liking in the program which has been selected. The Plaza Another excellent bill is promised for the Plaza Theater today. There will be four reels that wiil be quite on a par with the high grade movies that are invariably shown at this house. "On Fortune's Wheel," is the feature of the bill. This is a two-reel Kay-Bee which presents a touching tale of the wrecking of a great bank and the de votion of the wife of the president of the d -funct institution. "While the Robber Robbed" is a Gaumont drama that tdls in pictures a most interest ingly thrilling story. "The Birthday Cake." bring For is another Kay-Hee that will no end of laughter. The Regale today only Manager Cruckson of I . B -,,J-''- J-M"1 the .....!.. TU .HA 41.1 1.. . j .isoingioii street announces as a spe ; ci-il feature a wonderful two reel I Eclair entitled "The Highwayman's ' Shoes." This is a most spectacular co ' lonial drama and in the action there is , no effort spared either as to costuming : or appi opriateness of settings. This is j one of those films for which the Regale j management has been striving for sometime. There is in addition a most j excellent bill of single reel dramas and a comedy that is bound to firing rippies I of laughter. It is expected that within i a few days definite announcement mav ' be made of the dates upon which "Ab ! sinthe" will be seen at the Regale. In i tlie meantime the greatest feature in ' sight is tlie shoeing of the moving pic- tore pictures of the Sun Fete and the j State Elks Reunion Association parades.