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'IIE FARMER: JANUARY 5, 1916
AMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS
AMUSEMENTS
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Six Weeks Ago He Was Peddling Ice in New York
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Recent Sensation in Palace Theatre Bill
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MANY 'RAILWAY
EMPLOYEES WORK
12 HOURS A DAY
Highly , Skilled Men Compelled
To Labor Longer Than Least
Responsible Workers.
Washington, Jan- 5. A comparison
of the hours of work in the iron and
i steel Industry in the United States and
lor engineers and firemen in the. West
era territory has been made possible
hy, a - report' just published by the
Federal Bureau' of Labor (Statistics on
Y wse8 and hours in the iron and steel
industry in 1913. This comparison
is of especial interest because of the
-,. movement for shorter hours' for rail
'. "way employes and' because of the fact
, that hours of labor. Jn the - iron -and
steel industry have long been recog
; Tuzed as probably more- severe1 than in
other. basio industries yf . '
Using tabulations from ' the actual
V payrolls of -western railways covering
20.000 engineers and firemen as the
ba&ia for -the 'data for these railway
. employes, it appears that 88 per cent,
work over 10 : houris per day. 35 per
cent, over 12' hours, and- 7 pier cent.
' over 14 - hours per ' day. r , Contrasted
with this is 'the. fact that in a num
' hey of important , departments in iron
and steel making, . percentage of
' employes working over. 19, 12 and,,14
'hours was considerably lower than in
: the case of engineers and fiflremen. Al
' though the .responsibility placed upon
engineers and firemen is incalculably
greater, and -although, the strain is'in-
f finitely more eerious ana tne danger, io
the public from fatigue of the workers
greater in the" case of locomotive n-
. gineers'and firemen, they work on the
s average Monger hours -khan teven , the
unskilled laborers in the Sblast fur
The Snreau 'of Labor Statistics data
show that only 8 per, cent. of the
workers in sheet mills and only 5 per
cent in tin plate mills work l over '.-'10
hours a day. In the Bessemer eon
v verting departments 75. per cent, and
in the bar, mills 54 per cent of the
i employes wort over 10 hours a- day
as contrasted with. 88 "per cent ?of the
locomotive engineers sand ; firemen, on
railroads in the western territory. , In
the standard rail And plate mills less
-than-2 per cent and in the bar, '.sheet
and fin, -plate mills less than 'one per
: rpBt. work , over 14 hours per day as
contrasted with1 7. per cent sofi, the lo-J
comotive , engineers and Bremen. ,:
' " The practice! of requiring -men -to
work on, long shifts in blast furnaces
which received the condemnation e$
a stockholders" . committee '.. of the
. "United i States ; Steel Corporation, has
been called to the attention .of statis
ticians, whofLreinquirtn into the jus
tice of the Iciaims of railway -employes
f o r shorter -4- hours. "An examination
of the reports of 76 "Westeril railroads
to the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion showed that during the 18 months
from July , L- 1912 to December '31,
' 1913.- there were 49,286 cases where,
engineers and firemen --worked for; ay
- continuous period of 16 hours or long
er, and "overVl 6,000 cases ;Wh ere they
worked for a. continuous period of 18
''hour or; iftore. '' The1, extraordinary
situation is "thus presented of , employ
ing highly v skilled " men in places- of
great public responsibility, onder.con
ditions, which were unmistakably con
demned by- - the federal government,
N the unions, and by represesatitives of
' employers for even the most unskilled
and least responsible workers , in. the
iron and steel industry. . i- t .;
The Comparison of hours of labor
in the Iron and steel - industry with
those for, locomotive engineers y and
firemenv isj- tegarded as a significant
one, since; the hours of iron and steel
workers are notoriously long. , , t
Ued Cross Stamps 1 ,
. v . Furnish Revenue of i
i $3,200 in Tliis City
The -great . success of the sale of the
, Jled Cross Christmas seals during the
' two weeks (preceding the-holiday, time
will maintain the- tuberculosis depart
ment . of. 'the Visiting NursQ associa
' tion during the next year with added
: efHclency. - Over j?,200i was realized
' from .the sales, Ja stores, the personal
appeal- through letters, the direct ap
peal to manufacturers - and the - work
! of the school children. , ' . ;- ,
The results have almqst; tripled ' the
amount, received last year, through the
various ; departments, t Prominent wo-
men and , the younger, members of so
ciety gave up-the .busy days -preced-,
lnr the' holiday to take charge of the
sales. M H. W. Fleck, chairman o(
the general distribution,, was .' indefat
, igable,vnot only taking charge of the
distribution in the: stores but in the
theatres and hotels ' wherever oppor
tunity presented Jtself. Mrs. , Samuel
H. Wheeler maintained the same en
thusiasm ' among ' the schooV children
and . Mrs.' Sanf ord Stoddard and Mrst
. James-T, Eoche Jr.;' chairmen of the
committee ; to appeal to the manufac
, turers. far exceeded the hopes of the
exeeutiv board. --.- ,. . -li ; ' , -
The board ,sineere appreciates the
co-operation of the public in, Its work
in contributions and especially the ef
forts of the scores who- conducted the
sales. .
NEW LAW REQUIRES
1ABELS ON MATTRESSES
A. new law 'which became effective
In this state last Saturday makes cer
tain requirements of mattress manu
facturers and dealers, in ' the inter
ests, of public health and the preven
tion of the spread of disease -
The law reads as""follow3 .
Section 1,-rAny person, firm or cor
poration engaged in the manufacture
of mattresses, pillows, cushions, muff
beds, dawn quilts or bags, containing
hair, down or feathers, shall label-all
manufactured articles. as follows: Up
on each, such mattress, pillow, cush
ion, muff bed, down quilt or bag, there
shall be conspicuously, and- securely
fixed a label of paper or cloth legibly
printed in the English language con
taining the name and address of the
Manufacturer. and, of the kind of ma-
terial used in the manufacture of such
mattress, pillow, cushion, muff bed, or
down quilt and if the material used
has beeen previously used in any such
article, or is made of second hand
wearing apparel 6ri bedding, it shall be
branded "Made Over." If such man
ufactured article be enclosed in a bale
bundle, box, or crate, the same shall
bear a tag stating that the contents
of i the package is branded or labeled
as required by this act. , . '
Section 2. lJo person, firm or cor
poration, shall use in the manutac
ture of any' mattress, pillow, cushion,
mufffi i box , down, quilt, . or bag: any
material which has been used in or
about a public or private (hospital or
sanatorium, or in any room, tenement
or apartment where any person has
had any contagious or infectious dis
ease, or by any person having such
diseases. 1 --. . "v '
1 Sectibn . 3. ' No merchant, or dealer
shall sell, offer or expose for sale or
deliver ; to any common carrier any
mattress, pillow, cushion, muff, bed,
down " quilt; or bag J- containing - hair,
down or feathers, unless the same be
branded or labeled as provided in sec
tion one. : - . 1 -
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Amusements
POLFS
Tonight .aff ords a final opportunity
to lovers of high-class vaudeville and
photoplays to see the very . excellent
program- that marked the start of
the new . year at Poll's.: Six' big vaude
ville acts and the best of feature pho
toplays - comprise :the'' program ' that
has drawn capacity, audiences 'to the
big theatre-all this week. 5 , ;
In the vaudeville bill Les Mignon
nes Revue. ;. a Parisian' musical novel
ty ' introducing" : ten talented artists,
tops the ' program. . v Their repertoire
is one of real merit and the scenic
Investiture "and electrical effects are
elaborate. '; ,-'..,- ,-',,.'.' ' . :. ,
' Mme. 'oiga Petrova, the eminent
emotional star,, is featured in the film
version of ."What WU People Say,' a
five-part " ' drama based ;;' oh Rupert
Hughes' great society noivel. The
play- Is one , of . great ihterest'and , is
most adequately , produced. ' .
-' Harry Tighe, the - pererihial -vaudeville
favorite, assisted, by dainty Syl
via Jason, has av prominent : place
in the . program with, their songs and
nonsense; , while ' Claude Golden, ' the
Australian -.card wizard, : offers many
mirthful J and mystifying feats in a
novel'jmanner. , '' Z. $.vv 'Ti-k
Agnes Carleton and- company In a
comedy sketch, "That Bahy"t Med
lon, .Watts' audi Towne, In.- songs "and
patter; .and Lillian Savoy in . singing
and-oingf novelty , complete? the big i
program. -. - '- ,:'':.
PUAZA
A . masterf uf production is the five
part Triangle feature "Between Men,"
being ; shown , B-t the Plaza' theatre
with William , SV Hart: in . the " leading ,
role land fit is creating 'much' com
ment in ' local circles. The story is- one
that holds, the spectator in a grip , of
intense -interest -thrbnghoutx and the
climax js v jpne of : the most thrilling
ever conceived. . ' Hart appears n the
first 1 few scenes - in the-, ; role, of a
westei-n -miner and later v make his
way to .'New York . donning . the ! full
dress of the up-to-date society man.
He is supported by House Peters and
Enid Markey. ' -- - ''
' Chester Conklin is the principal
laugh getter in the two part Keystone
comedy entitled "Dizzy Heights and
Daring Hearts" and he -i puts over
many : a thrill in his escapades as
well.. , '..';:,- . ' ... ., . c ' . ' ' ' .';.".'
. The vaudeville program Is a splen
did one and includes the Four, Read
ings in a human Juggling act that is
without question the cleverest of its
type ever appearing locally; the Musi
cal Sonnells, a quartet of talented
instrumentalists in- a - beautiful . and
high class offering; Moore and. White
in a daintily constructed singing and
dancing fantasy; and Martin and Gen
ett, with.ther foolish Fovrd in a -novelty
acrobatic offering, that is winning
favor. ,
Helen Ware, the celebrated star wiil
appear in t"Cross Currents,", ; the five
part Triangle play'-fori the latter half
of the week. ' This is Miss .Ware's
first appearance with . Triangle Plays
and with such a vehicle ' as "Cross
Currents," which is said to "he one of
the most absorbing stories ever film
ed, she will be afforded ample oppor
tunities 'for th display yf her won
derful; talent !'.-''., s"' ! '', : ..
Weber and Fields,'' the world famous
comedians, will be seen' in their second,-
Triangle-Keystone production,
'The Worst of Friends. ,i . ,
WEST EfND
Tonight Valli Valll.-the brilliant and
versatile- English actress, who appear
ed in "The Purple Road," "The Dollar
Princesss," "Queen of - the- Movies."
and other stage successes on Broad
way, will be seen on the screen here
tonight at the Wert End theatre on
State fttreet, nar Clinton avenue, in
"The Woman Pays," a five part fea
ture 'picture on the Metro program,
produced bv the Rolf e Photo -Plays,
Inc. Valli-Valli win be supported hy
an . unusually , strong cast, including
Marie Empress, Edward Brennan and
John E. Bowers.' Tomorrow matinee
and nieht. Marv Pickford in "The Girl
of - Yerterday," five act . Paramount.
Tel. 2328-13. -Adv.
EMPIRE
If you have never! lived' In a big
feity -that - has the famous under
ground transportation' sysjtems called
Subways, you never can quite, realize
What wonderful systems these really
are. Nor- will you ever realize what
terrible conditions exist in these same
subways until you experience it your
self or see .the famous third episode
of that fascinating .serial. "Graft,"
which will- be. shown at the above
theatre ' this evening,1 The revela
tions are remarkable. It is an up
lift drama,', with thrills ahd action un
dreamed of before., . - V. -
Each episode is complete in itself
and each one grows more and more
interesting. Other, feature siibects
will also : be shown in cohjunction
with this master serial.
' Henrietta Crossman will be seen in
the five part feature, "The Supreme
Test." which will head the all feature
program to be-shown at this theatre
tomorrow.
BATEMAN SELECTED '
AS PRESIDENT, OF
! STRATFORD FIREMEN
. (Special to The Farmer.)
Stratford, Jan. 5 George Bateman
was elected president of. the' Stratford
fire department at the annual election
of officers held last evening at the fire
house, t Other officers elected were:
Harry Flood,, vice president; Olaf TJn
behagen, secretary; Chief Allen D.
Judsoji, treasurer; 'Fred Palmer,, trus
tee. - ;-' ; .
Following the election the newly
elected officers , wfere installed. Re
freshments were served. Vocal and
instrumental selections were given.
r The Stratford .; High school basket
ball team will play the Staples High
school of Westport Thursday evening
at the -town halt The game will - be
called at: 8 o'clock.-;' Dancing Will fol
low. ','' ' :: :-, . " i : ' -.
The Okeniick. : Rifle club will hold
the weekly shoot this evening at the,
wigwam. Church street ' v., H
-Owing to illness, and to the preva
lence . of grip in the community, the
reception arranged 'for the Kpiscopal'
rectory tomorrow . evening has - been
postponed, by Rev., and Mrs. C. C. Ken
nedy. , ';'.,: ; X ' - -'. '-: ' '.
TRUMBULL
:Mrs. Charles N.; Shepherd is again
able to be-out after haying been con
fined to her home lor, two weeks: with
The Christmas' exercises of the Con
gregational Sunday school were held
at the : church," "Sunday evening, and
despite-the Inclement .weather ' a large
audience was present.- The program
consisted of songs--, by the - Sunday
school ; class,' recitations, class ; exer
cises, solo by iraj Evans with chorus
by" the school aiid, a. quartet by Miss
E. ; Tucker,: . Mrs. - Francis . Wells,
Messrs. Blair ahd- Evans. In the-songs
by .the . class the -: pianist. Miss, Char
lotte B; Plumb was assisted by Ernest
I ; Fitch '.with the : cornet and Royal
Thorhtort and Harold Brown, violins.
The church was prettily, decorated,
due to , "the' earrie-it" efforts" of ' the su
perintendent whd,encountered many
difficulties because " ' of the . severe
weather, i.'j ' r . ' t .
A;-daughteiv. was born- Thursday- at
the ' Bridgeport ' hospitay )ftd -Mrv' Itnd
Mrs. Carl -Imhof.- .':::
Mrs. Abigail,! Wakeley of Chestnut
Hill is ill with; thef grip at the home
of 'her daughter, Mnt- Howard Ran
dall in Long liyi. ' Other victims of
the: epidemic are Mrs. Miles. Wakeley
and John Mallett. .' : r-.
Normarf Landers of Mount Kisco,
N. Y.,: has recently been a guest at' the
home of Mr. and Mrs.- Emil L. Ber
ger. , . ' '.'".'.' '-i , v '"'
, Ieonard a1 Hawley is suffering with
an attack of sciatica. : ' . . ' '
. .-;' Miss Mildred .Tucker attended the
rehearsal ,. of the Oratorio, society,
Tuesday evening, .and 'was the guest
oyer night of her nncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Tracy. ; Announce
ments have- been sreceived of the mar
riage of Miss Bertha Ferry-to : George
Wheeler Lattiru -. ' IV.i;;. .:
While coasting dowi Sawmill." Hill,
Miss Elsie 'French and ' her brother
Harold,; were thrown . from a. double
ripper " and. . while they were 'not se
verejy hurt received several ' painful
injuries. , The sled left the road and
.ran into a tree upsetting and throw-'
Xing', off all the occupants
ing. oft all the occupants. .i:nr9 mil
is very dangerous and it. is remarka
ble there are not ; niore serious acci-
-- .' ".t- '.'":.' '. ' ' . . ;
BILUA11D EXPERTS , .
. '", -5 . WlXIi INSTR1TJCT PLAYERS
i Professional bjlliard' players are in
demand for the purposes, of instruc
tion and( that field of their endeavor is.
increasing rapidly, according to the
statement of Charle3 P. Miller of the
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company.
."It is evident that any and all billiard
players' competent ' and ' capable- of
teaching: the art of caroms may. find
remunerative positions with the bil
liard rooms and, clubs. ;
-"In this respect the ancient game
is only returning to the practice of
yeafrs ago, when, every important room
was the headquarters of a profession
al of . the highest class who wished to
perfect. their skill. r.i The amateur golf
ers, tennis and squash players have
all been profiting by professional
coaching and how the bid order of
things is to be resumed with billiards.
.It is the development of the plan "to
establish, a corps of teachers( that will
'occupy our attention for some time to
come."'- .".".'' : v ; -. ,-.
It was, explained that this change in
the plans had been brought about by
the 7 conditions ; which had come to
their attention in different- parts of
the country. . A school of instruction
had been established in Boston with
marked success. ' "
. "We are moving into, a-new . era In
billiards" continued Mr. Miller. "The
amateurs appear; to be more interest
ed in their own ability and skill than
in general competitions. . .The same
trend is evident "In other sports. In
our connection with a number of bil
liard professionals it is . the intention
to meet the nsw need ' intelligently.
For players capable of teaching, satis
factorily, positions In clubs or rooms
is certainly more attractive than the
uncertainty of match play." v
The officer of the company which
is Influential in directing billiard af
fairs said that many, of: the room
keepers . believed that ' the develop
ment of the plan would meet with
considerable success. He also said
that in all of the championships and
matches under their direction they
had always insisted on players deposit
ing their forfeits in cash.
FUNERAL DESIGNS AND
BOUQUETS, -JOHN
TtF,Tt fe SON
I . . ...
Mats.
. . lOc Eves.
10-15-250
(THE TALENTED STAR
Mme. Olga
Petrova
In a five part,filna
version of the novel , .
WHAT WILL
PEOPLE SAY?
AGNES CARLETON
J & CO.
In The Comedy "THAT BABY"
MEDLON w a t t s
. and TOWNE
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El . . BMaMMMlMiaMlliMaWBlrBl l mill 'tn I mMWMMBMnfeMMUfrjfl I Mill liMiJ
"FOLLIES OF THE DAY" '
With An All Star Cast of Burlesqiiers, Headed hy '
GEORGE P. MCRPHY GERTRUDE HAYES CHESTER NELSON
- '..", IN a Syncopated Burlesque Revue of the Day Entitled '
. "Hot Dog," or ",What Does the Public Want?"
LADIES' MATINEES, EVERY DAY, BALCONY L .-. . 10c
Other
n I
jpvr- Oy
It im
Jacket 6461 15c'
Skirt 6503 15c.
, TOE
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BRIDGEPORT, CONN
II. VM. WOOSTEK, Attorney-at-Law
-Late Examiner ul.S. Patent Office '
1114 MAIN iST SECURITY BLDG.,
v BRIDGEPORT; CONN., ' '
Send Postal for Booklet on Patents
Feel Yoprig Again
CERT1LAX (The Certified
'Laxative). - ,
Beware of the habit of constipation.
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back to normal action with CEKTi
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favorite : prescription of an eminent
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five . hundred physicians, who nava
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They believe in gentleneai, persisten
cy, ao4 Nature's assistance. CKH'Cl
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Is. fcentle , yet positive, never accom
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receipt of price. CURTS CHEMICAL
O.. 117 E. 24th St.. NEW YORK,
PRICE. ! 10c. 25c. 60c One at ui(!U
:es you riaht.
GREEK PROTESTS ARREST
, ; OF CONSULAR OFFICIALS.
Berlin, Jan. 6 r'The Greek minis
ter at Sofia has presented to Premier
Kadoslavoff the- text' of ' the Greek
note protesting to the entente powers
against the arrest of the Greek? Bul
garian and Turkish consults at Sa
loniftvi," says the ' Overseas News
Agency.
"The minister informed the Pre
mier that Greece will use all , means
at its disposal to support its claims
and desires to maintain good relations
with the central powers, avoiding any-
misunderstanding with them." i
Farmer Want Ads. One Cent a' Word
Three Shows Daily. . . .2, 6:45 & 9
THEi PARISIAN NOVELTY
LcsMipoiK
REM
10 Talented Girls 10
' In a happy repertoire- ;
of real harmony
EXTRA FEATURE
HARRY TIGHE
Assisted by '
SYIjVIA JASON
In Songs and Comedy
Claude ; Golden. & Co.
LILLIAN S A V O Y
DAYS BEGINNING
TOMORROW
' , " Daily Matinees .. ,
The Show That Turned New York
Avou aais.ui. ' '
Skating is The Fashionable
Fad of The Season
Jacket No. 6461
. and ; ,
Skirt No. 6503 '
make a very jaunty costume for the Skater.
smart and picturesque novelties
' will be found in the
JANUARY
PICTORIAL. REVIEW
PATTERNS ;
... 1 . 'l 1 j.. J,. M.BJ ,
ait means taite a giai-c - -"v .
FASHION BOOK FOR WINTER
an Uitmt dm luxmYo unll U dV9t.a.
Costs xmly, Ten Cents when pur
chased with one . Fif teen-cent
PiCTORiAi. Review Pattern:.
SMITB-MURnAY C0.;
STATE STREET, Near Clinton Av.
; 1, : Telephone 2328-13 ; , - ' ; .
- TONIGHT v
V A L-L I V A L ii I
-in-
' THE WOMAN PAYS"
5 ACT METRO PICTURE 5
. 'i'
; TOMORROW i
MARY PICKFORD
-in-
" The Girl of Yesterday
NEW BEGINNERS
, DANCING CLASSES
Thursday, Jan. IS, from 8 to 9; Friday,
.Tan. 14, . from 8 to 9. Terms $3 for 4
lessons. Advanced Classes from 9 to 12.
Quilty's School of Dancing
T'tirlitli Annual Exhibition of : M
POULTRY, DOGS ANDI
PET STOCK ;
BY THE
Bridgeport Consolidated
Poultry Association
Eagles Hall, Madison
Avenue
Jan. 4, 5 & IO a. iu. to IO p. m.
Admission, Adnlts . 25 Cents
Children 10 Cents
I A 3 U I
-THE HOME OF THE FAMOUS TRIANGLE PLAYS-
WM. S. HART
"The Man with the Iron Jaws," with House Fetors and Enid Markey
. : BETWEEN MEN
A RED-BLOODED TALE OF VIRILE COMBATS
nn-w T TV , A FIVE PART TRIANGLE FEATURE
IJ.T.If; A STORY THAT WILL MAKE YOUR HEART BEAT
FASTER, AND CAUSE YOUR HEAD TO SPIN LIKE A TOP
CHESTER CONKLIN
J'" Fellov" in "DIZZY HEIGHTS and DARING
HEARTS." A Riotous Keystone in Two Acts. A Merry Frolic From
Beginning to End with Thrills and Sensations In Abundance : ;
FOUR READINGS ,
SENSATIONAL JUGGLERS OF HUMAN BEINGS
MUSICAL BONNELLS
A REAL 1 IT GIT OTASS INSTRUMENTAL OFFERING PUT ON BY A
. QUARTET OF RECOGNIZED ARTISTS . .
MOORE & WHITE
NIFTY ENTERTAINERS IN SONGS AND COMEDY CHATTER
; S MARTJN & GENETT
With Their FooIIhIt Ford in a Comedy Acrohatlo Novelty
TTriangle Features
- Shown at Every Performance :
Show Starts. . . . .2 6:30 and 8:30
f!ll"!r " ,0m" " """""""" '!m""'iihii"b
Bridgeport's
1 Home '
Playhouse
i ) ALL THIS WEEK
L.YRIG
BRIDGEPORT'S ADOPTED STOCK STAR,
AND 1 HER COMPANY OF EVERYBODY'S FAVORITES IN
, GEORGE RROADHURSrS BEST PLAY J
m
e law of ; He f He
2 If your family affairs interest,
a r even reiauoiu see tills play !
V THE LAW OF THE LAND," IS A PLAY FOR THOUGHT I '
1 . I) urine- its one year run nt the 48th Street, Thmtm. AT -v.. hli
1 play not only actually aroused the
newspftprr men ana tnefltncal proauclng managers of the country who t
witnessed this performance. ' v
A PLAY WHICH MEANS SOMETHING TO YOU. AND EVERYBODY
REGULAR PRICES-i-AT MATINEES. '. . . 10c. 20c. 30c: Box Seats SOo' f
.NIGHT PRICES. .... i j0o, 2Qc, 30c anj 50c; Box Seats 75o
NEXT PLAY "A PAIR OF SIXES" ' $
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Continuous 1:15 to 11 p. m. Admission, Adults 10c.
Saturday and Holidays
THIS
EPISODE
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