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AT THE THEATERS
MAY RODSON IN "THE REJUVENA.
TION OP AUNT MAItY."
"The Rejuvenntlon of Aunt Mnry"
ccmes to the Auditorium Theater for
two weeks, beginning next Monday
evening, Jan. 24. May Robson, who
will be seen In the title role of Aunt
Mnry, has played this delightful com
edy for the past two seasons from
coast to coaBt. In this quaint role,
Miss Robson has n part that is fitted
to her perfectly. The play is full of
bright comedy lines, novel situations
and that wholesome sweetness that ap
peals to everyone.
ALL-STAR CA8T AT THE LA SALLE
Manager Mort H. Singer Is present
ing an all-star cast in "The Flirting
Princess." It contains May Voices,
Adele Rowland, Vera Mlchelena, John
V. Ransone, Joseph C. Smith, and
Harry Pllcer. Miss Voices' singing of
"Ho Loves My Dreamy Eyes," is one of
the screams of the piece, and two fea
tures that command attention are the
Apache dance, which Joseph C. Smith
does with Adele Rowland, and tho
Vampire dance, which he does with
The Belgian royal family will mourn
a year for King Leopold, but most of
tho mourners will probably Insist on
having an eight-hour day.
The Argentlno Republic pants for
war with Bolivia, and Bolivia pants
for war with Argentine Republic. This
pair of pants 'constitutes the latest
thing In International breaches.
Innocent men and bluffers court Investigation.
Every town has them, but the best
way to get even with tho knockers is
to make good.
If heaven Is half as beautiful as de
scribed, why should the spirits of the
blessed want to come back to earth
and tip tables?
BIO SHOW COMINO TO THE PRIN
CESS. Mort H. Singer announces that he
has In preparation for production be
fore Feb. 1, at the Princess Theater, a
big musical farce and review called
"Miss Nobody from Starland," in which
Bessie Wynn will have the leading
femtnlno rote and Ralph C. Hen tho
leading male role. "Miss Nobody from
Starland" will be the largest of Mr.
Singer's Chicago productions, and will
contain six big scenes.
Sarah Bernhardt has Joined the
great majority. She tried to write a
play and failed.
A TRULY OREAT PLAY.
It la a daring thing to ndvertlso n
pluy as a social satire for satire gen
erally means talk Instead of action,
and a satirical play when not of the
dreadful baby blue ribbon variety Is
upt to overstep the bounds of civility,
If not decency, of speech and situa
tion. No fear, however, need be enter
tained of Joseph Medtll Patterson's
dramatization of tho book that mado
htm a national figure, his "A Llttlo
Brother of tho Rich," which began
its second Chicago engagement last
Monday night at the Studebaker,
NEW OPERA AT THE ZIEGFELD.
Thursday evening Emit Berla and
the Vienncso Opera Company at tho
Zlegfeld Theater gave the first per
formance In America of "Der Keller
melster" ("Tho Keeper of tho Wine
Cellar"), a beautiful opera in three
acts by Carl Zeller, composer of "Der
Vogclhaendler" and other remarkably
popular operas. The engagement Is
POPULAR SHOW AT THE STAR
One of the best and most popular at
tractions now touring the country is
the new Marathon Girls Company,
which Is billed 'to play the Star
Garter Theater, commencing with the
regular matinee on Sunday, Jan. 23,
U'10. Nobody will regret taking In
this big show.
"THE MAN ON THE BOX."
"Tho Man on the Box," Henry E.
Dlxey's great success, will be tho at
traction offered by Charles B. Mar
vin's splendid stock company at tho
Collcgo Theater, next week, commenc
ing Monday night. "Tho Man on the
Box" has a laugh 1n every line and is
one of those- wholesome and consistent
plays that are thoroughly enjoyable,
and tho plot Is particularly ingenious.
Advice Is ono thing we never have
to advertise for.
Zelaya says he bad a good excuse
for shooting two Americans. Like
wise he had a good bead on them.
But how can 1910 be a banner year
it it onda in naught?
When a fellow feels like throwlug
STANDARD of TO-PAY
Will turn out mar. n.ar ptrftctly
aligmd work, with If tffort
ad with war on il work
lag port than any otbtr typo
You Can Pay Mora but
You Oannot uy Mora
ROYAL TYPEWRITER GO.
Una! TnwriUr BUg , New York
21 Monro. Street, CMtftfe, III.
It Is generally admitted now that
the cost of living Is higher than It
used to be. But this doesn't help to
pay grocers' bills.
The railroads are to despatch trains
by telephone. Think of "central" talk
ing to her beau while two trains are
approaching, head on!
Great Jokes from little chestnuts
Poverty has kept many a poor young
man from being sued for breach of
Have the pedple who yearned for
an old-fashioned winter any complaint
Love laughs at locksmiths, but the
other trades people are not to much
of a Joke.
Authorities on the subject say that
drugs are not bringing nearly as much
money as they did ten years ago. Ne!-
A Nevada man placed a stick of
giant powder In, his mouth with sui
cidal Intent. A coroner's Jury agreed
that he made a Success of It.
King 'Fonso suffers Trom sleepless
ness. Trying to snooze over a powder
magazine, which may blow up any
minute, is a mighty hard Job.
Sir Thomas Llpton has declared that
It is a good thing to be born poor.
Well, a good many, of the rich people
are trying to arrange It so that all
who are born will be poor.
W. Kolacek Co. at 659, 661, 663
and 665 Blue Island avenue, Is one
of the foremost department stores In
the city. Everything In the line of
merchandise at the lowest prices. West
aiders should remember Kolacek's
when looking for real bargains.
August Luchow is the sole Importer
of the famous Wursburger Hotbrau
and original Pllsener. These Imported
beers are favorites at all leading buf
fets and clubs. Mr. Luchow's Chicago
otllces are at 108 La Salle street, the
Stock Exchange building and are In
charge of Mr. Hans Luchow, the 'pop
ular and energetic western representative.
The Beer with a Snap to It Old
Tho factory Is the place to buy furs
nt reasonable prices. Get your fur
coats, mufffi and fur neckwear from
George W. Paullln In .the Stewart
building, at State and Washington
streets, and save money. Fur repair
ing and remodeling In alt branches.
Catalogue will be mailed free.
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J. F. O'MALLEY, Pres't
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Phone Main 5250 CHICAGO
NO "SMOKING CARS"
Chicago A Oak Park "I. " Cars clean, sanitary
"Smoking Cart" abolished to make for better ser
vice and a cleaner Chicago. The public appreciates this
change, as our business is increasing. Former smoking
cars are being equipped with reversible cross seats.
Motor cars now building will equal 50$ increase.
Nw rail and ntw roadbid. None better.
Train nmw eviry 4 minuti btwin 9 A. At. and
4 P. M. instead of 6 minutes as heretofore, and every
3 minutes during rush hours. Quicker time to and from
the Loop, Fare five cents.
Stations at the following streets and avenues:
52nd oak Park
Take trains to these stations for all points between
Division Street on the north and Jackson Boulevard oa
Afntt at wry itation day and
night, at all hour
36lSti3f3 BUH IMAHO AVI.
Large and meet complete aseortmefrt of
1RY GOODS; CLOTHING; SHOES.
CLOAKS. LADIES' AND CHIL
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CARPETS, CROCKERY; GLASS
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1812 to 1814 Blue bland Avenue
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- Phone Lincoln 1466
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BOILERS, HEATERS and TANKS
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