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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1015
MINSTREL III
MAKE MIGHTY
HII ill ELKS
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with a wife and little family
that I see once a week.
Since the inauguration of the
Western Union Day Letter and
Night Letter service my wife
and I have exchanged Night
Letters regularly. My wife
says these daily notes keep
her from being lonesome. I am
assured daily that everything
is 0.
K. at home.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
PARTICIPANTS IN SIX-DAY BIKE RACES (
MAKE GOOD USE OF SPARE MOMENTS ,
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Rout (top), Sloran (left) and .McNamara.
The bicyclists who are now engaged in the .six-day races in Chicago
tfou't have much time: to .pare, but they use for good purposes what they
do huve. In the above pictures Rout is seen sleeping for a few moments in
order to recuperate from the effects of his strnuous work on the track;
"Pigy" Morun is eating about a bushel of bread, etc., while taking a re
rp;t from the grind; and "Keg" McNamara, Moran's teammate, ii shaving
durivg an interval between his time on the track.
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once more the KlUs have ucmnn
strali'd I lie fact that when it comes to
Minstrel Slums they are In a class all
liy themselves. Last night at their
theater they kept a packed house
tickled to death I com the rise uf the
first curtain to the end f the last
number in the H was a cracker-
jack fr'"i start to finish and it is
mighty hard for a mere man to decide
where to liei;in piaisiiiK the- production.
It was so in II of isood thiiiKs that they
just naturally bulged out all over the
ulace.
To begin witb. the setting was novel
and the circle ami end men ivere a
sight good to see the "hall'-and hall's"
got a laugh at the very outset. Through
a long and varied list of stunts, jokes
and songs, the first part worked its
triumphant way to a finale, which dis
closed a transformation scene showing
the wearied armies in the great Kil
ropean war, making their toilsome way
up the steep heights of snowclad moun
tains in a blinding snowstorm, while
John Armstrong an.l the entire chorus
sang Tipperarv ". It was a splendid
'o.- :nii a great finish and it
i"
brought the audience' to its feet in a
great burst of enthusiasm.
Paul Ingles in "The Land of My Host
Cirl". got a great reception and (latter
m the - 'coney Melody" was immense.
It was quite the best thing he has done
in a h'ilK time and the house was wild
Mboiit him. Kisselberg made a hit with
-Mother .Maehrcc" and Dr. I.owe hail
to respond to an enthusiastic encore in
a well set and well sung "Armorer's
Song" from Kobin llnod. I'at I'.utler
proved a live one in "Chinatown" Just
as he is in phoenix and "Skinny" Trin
cano set all the house to Sew ing Shirts
for Soldiers.
Miss Helen l'ovle usked for sympathy
and go! an ovation, which she deserved,
while the biuies.pie of the sextette
from ' I.ucia" brought down the house.
Al Samlige danced all the dust off the
stage and Charley Heath. Newt Levy
and Harold Me . r all contributed to the
gaiety of nations. A. (i. l'i. kett in the
"Mississippi i'abaret" was one of the
biggest hits in the first part. He had
million dollars worCi of pep and put
bis song over in a v:v that raised the
people in the back row out of their
seats.
The Olio ,.peiie,i with a real oovcltv
"Traumeiei" ;i little pantomino sketch
from a one act play by John Murray
Anderson. l'ro.Pned by Mr. Anderson
and il-ne.l by .lad; Abbott, as the art
ist, i'aid Dana Aviault as the Kg-p-tian
statue and Helen ISeatriee Crane
as the mummy. :t treated ipiite a sen
suti.ui and treim ndous applause. Later
in the olio .Moon Winks" a Pierrot and
Pierrette song and dance number, with
Kail Cialpin and Helen lleatiice Crane,
assisted by u singing and dancing chor
us consisting of Ruth C.oldberg, Ruth
Henedict. Helen I'lath. Adeline l'lath.
Waiter Martin. Joe Johnson. Lawrence
King and 1'l.iyd Craver was the pret
tiest number on the bill. The dancing
of .Mr. Anderson and his two partners
Thelina I rak is and Klsie Ruins re
rep"e:l u deserved ovation.
Romain fielding was greeted in a
manner which most have tickled him
to pie'-es and p. responded with a most
populu ir leadir.g.
Art Riek. Newt Levy and l-'rank De
Sonsa, put in a bit of slap-slock mm-
env tual went over wnu ;i io,,i mo
cannon. It was unipiestionably the
laughing hit of the night and was lit
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Mrs. Mathie and .Mrs. Dunlap sang
chai iningly and the audience showed
plainly that it enjoyed it. The Vietrola
number was another real novelty that
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;i liui' siun ss. just as liin as ! , otif.-i 1 .-i vv :Tl?
rr-i'.i'tl Vii li'.la tln-' iisim! in tin- ! t '..misi !! r I.i
own; lull I'.it t unaU'ly
tvas on llauil t't vvinil
tin- a iiilirii.-i- .surely
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1 .Mathie
'.'ill. Inf
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.M"i' hcls..n in a spti'iiiliil Italian
t)i san "Uosa Kn.srtta" and 1..1
it with a recitation "The Story
t M of
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silita illi:
, e.l.
Wilson,
neutral
eieinian Aml.assailor
S--.-r.-I : r I '.r.' an an. I
t..-in. the eoml'li te
the ltri.ish r. 1 ly to the
i no!., . f rrotist mi neutiril
iiate.1 I leeenilier Jii was re-
lai.t
I. of.
ami
;j.-ner.il ilenii.l that there liail lieen
any ur.v. an-a nte.l interfeienre with
legitimate shi.ments, the new note
er.ntiuiis a statein.nt from Crea'
Jiritaiu thai the reeent kovi i nnient
lie. ve,. takni:; over the flour anil
1'iesi.leni i i;rain s i u ' I '1 .' in 'leniiiuiy rii:ii!vl
tistirs on aihle'l i-reeanl ion on the part of the
u.-iin a allies t hat eon.litional eon! raha ie!
1 niiuht not be
! .lllll.'.l fol'ees
1 doeanents (
j Sl.C,'. Ill' 'III of
ioe, the lenal
1 foil tet ,viil
Ij.fti-r .hi am.'
jrcaehoi! with
fire.
ici'iiii . 1 i to reaeii the
o!' th.e .ie'.;'.v. Tin-
onstit otes a fntinr
th.e i:rilish oveianneni
iiie-tions invn' ..I. Tin
not he Bivrn out until
ne ut for nuoli.-at ion is
the isiiiisli for.-i;; l f-
of the rtose". it is a beautiful liltl
elntrarter bit ami he ilid it extieinely J
well.
If Iii'eetor lleilevvill is not lilishtv
eareful I'robalion t if firer Osborne is
;oiiit; to make a whole let of trouble
for him. To aliovv a. sweet unsophis
tieateii eofl'M-tion of youn t- ins to
treeze their tos. anil other thin,:;s, on
the brink of Maiden Lake is in. hum. lin
net and we understand t ho t MTieer
eishorn" will be on hand tonight to see
that the youns: things are proiierlv eol-
leeted.
The show will be on view nwiin
tonmiit and Vireetor Kedewill may
flatter himself that all his hard work
has wro-iKh! forth Kood fruit. The
Minstrels are a four-ply, dyed-in-the-wool,
blow n-in-the-bott!e. all-wool-and-a-yard-vv
ide, guaranteed ehemieal
ly puri' hit.
M.MTI.A.Nl) DAVIKS.
FAMOUS OLD CUB MACHINE A WRECK-ONLY SCIILLTE t' EM Al j
HIGH COST OF DYING
SN KltAM'ISCU, feb. 1.-,. A probe
of the hisli eost of ilyinsr has been
besjiin by tin- law and lenislative enm
mittee ef tin- San Franeiaeo labor
council. The inv-estis.-vti.in was insti
tuted by officials, who declared the
cost of huryinsr members had increase.!
nu per cent, the lust ten years.
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WOULD RECEDE
(Conttnueil From Pago One)
the I'nit",! states may be a pro
nounced statement to (treat Illitfli.'i
nn thi! subject of conditional contra
band was indicated at. the slate de
partment. The American government,
in the first note, arsued stronsly
for unrestricted shipments of condi
tional contraband when destined for
nun-combatants. The British prelim
inary leply does not oppose this view,
but said that unconditional accept
ance could not be Kiven on account
of Germany's nlleseil inhumane prac
ti.es. It is believed here the Amer
ican Kiivernmeut mis;lit seek an un
derstanding on the question of food
stuffs with both Germany anil Great
Fh'itailt with the hope it niii;hl avert
suiiniai-ine d:i titter In neutral ships.
5 fir:
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v .fi : i. t;i.- cu..ia mnA lUrC Knflnm fhanrpand Brown.
LAMi lu rilll, I irnvi-i, .niiuiic a nu -
Of tliat famous Culi club of 1U0, prohably the createst baseball machine ever gathered, there is one lone
nlaver remaininK-Frank Schulte. Klitig, Brown, Keulhacli, Chance, Rteinfeklt and Slagle are out of baseball.
Evor w Mh I,p llostem Heaves; TinUer is one of the big guns of the Federal league; Sheokard is in the nttnors,
and lIolTiiian is now iilnying with the Lrookteds.
. a -.owJAV Nw YOIIII CITY i

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