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r% 'i i'V 2' I J§ A ii & & 3 If -if- MATINEE AND NIGHT Kate Claxton's VERSION AND SUCCESS THE TWO ORPHANS jiPRICES, MATINEE 10 and 25o PRICES NIGHT....15, 25, 35 and 50c Seats on Sale Friday at 10 a. m. SUNDAY, MARCH 1 THE All'SH'AL FAIRYKSQCE IN TWO ACTS THE GINGERBREAD MAN PROM THE BAKERY. PEREZ & BESSIE LOUISE KING, DECIDED NOVELTY FRED SWIFT .... Comedy Musk-al Moke .. .. .. .PIRATES SWEETHEART ... CAUGHT BY THS TIDE AND OTHERS ILLUSTRATED SONGS Matinee Wednesday at 3 p. M. THE A TORIUM A Messalliance Obliging Gentleman Song ADMISSION 5 CENTS ELITE THEATRE TONIGHT Hoosier Fighter Finely Illustrated Songs ADMISSION 5c. DRS. I. H. A. C. FRY HOMEOPATHIC PHYSI'JiANS and SURGEONS. General practice. Mrs. Fry makes dis eases of women a specialty. I. H. Fry, the eye, ear. nose and throat a special ty. Office and residence in tin I Odeon Theatre BUSBY BROS., Mgrs—Tel. 262X W. A. Tapp, Res. Mgr. Thursday, Feb. 27 The Distinguished Artiste May Hosmer •|n. a Magnificent Costume and Scenic iRevival of Daudet's Famous Story SAPHO ft :-£i "it 9 9 Teaches the Greatest Moral Lesson Yet Given to the Stage. PRICES 25, 35, 50 and 75 cents SEATS NOW ON SALE Saturday, Feb. 29 MUSICAL Special Sunday Prices: 25, 50, 75c and $1.00 BIJOU THEATRE Fry block, 102-104 West Main. Qlasses Fitted. Sanatoriu Eye, Ear, NOSE, THROAT Established 189.) GLASSES FITTED PERCY R. WOOD, M. D. MARSHALLTOV/N, IOWA J. M. HOLT. A O N E A A W EXAMINATION of ABSTRACTS BANKRUPTCY proceedings and PRO BATE matters given special attention. Office, 16 Wet Main Stroet, MARSHALLTOV/N ... |QWA DR. P. LIERLE SPECIALIST Eyt» Ear, Nose and Throat Catarrh Glasses Properly Fitted Tramont Blook, Marshalltown, Iowa. Sunre^qmMora. The City in Brief Dr. Lierle—Eye and ear. Dr. Wood, eye, throat, nose, and ear. Big' masquerade tonight at band fair. Is'ow spring suits at M. F. Andrews, eravonette coats at -M .F. An Xmv drews. We carry the Stewart's horse clip per. Home & Gelvin. Mrs. W. M. Pctitt spent the day ill Eldoru with relatives. See our assortment of knives. Home & Gelvin. St. Margaret's mission will hold a special meeting this evening at the home of Mrs. Hetty Heitshu. All members of Ben Hur are re quested to be at hall Thursday evening. Work in degree. Refreshments. Come. The art and music department of the Women's club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. J. Van Derveer. Buttermilk bread is better, more sat isfactory in every way. Be sure that you get the genuine, with Robertson & Strub's label. Come and let St. Margaret's Mission hand you a lemon Thursday evening in Columbia hall. All are invited. Ad mission 25 cents. The regular study meeting of the Baptist Hill Bible class was held Tues day afternoon with Mrs. David Lennox, 40S West Nevada street. Fancy sweet potatoes, cranberries, Holland cabbage, Canadian rutabagas, Spanish onions, also carrots. beets, parsnips and turnips at Culley's. Mrs. F. C. Nichols, of Liscomb, ivli has been visiting her parents and friends in and near Green Mountain for a few days, returned to her home •this morning. Mrs. E. Kunkel, 210 South- Second street, who has been critically ill of grippe and complications for the past two weeks, is out of danger now and getting along nicely. The regular meeting of the Haw thorne club was held Tuesday after noon with Mrs. D. T. Denmead, the leader being airs. A. G. Click. There was a.good attendance. The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. church will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Bchick, 204 East State street, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. S. P. John son, Mrs. Jesse .12 wing. and Mrs. Jay Johnston will assist. Alfred and Melvin Nelson, of this city, attended the funeral of their grandfather, Lars Botnen, which was held at the Stavanger church, neat Dillon, at 11 o'clock this morning. The body was buried ill the church bury ing ground. Colonel Marshall, of Chicago, pro vincial officer of the Salvation Army for Illinois and Iowa Staff Captain Kiddle, of Chicago and Major Smith of Des Moines, arrived in the city this afternoon from Boone, to conduct Salvation Army rally at the Friends church at 7:30 this evening. "The Gingerbread Man" is a late comic opera in two acts. It is bright airy and entertaining. Its fun is in fectuous and its music delightful. The story is interesting and well told, and the old Mother Goose rhymes and characters are much in evidence. It will be seen at the Odeon theater Sun day night, March 1. Prices 25, 50, 7: and $1. Wild excitement over a play has no equalled in recent years that whicl was aroused in this dountry over play to be seen here Saturday. Feliri: ary 29, matinee and -night, "The Tw. Orphans." The sweet story of the tw.' sisters, one blind and helpless, and tin other beautiful, but truly devoted t' the sightless Louise, had limitless in terest and it still attracts and holds at-' tention as much as ever. Prices ir 25, 35 and 50c. Matinee 10 and 25l C. G. Blythe today filed suit agains' the Igwa Central Railway Company collect on an overcharge for freigh shipped from Cameron, Cerro Gord county, to Tama, via. this city and th Northwestern. The petition alleges th freight charges were $73.17, which wa in overcharge of $32.86. The amoun' asked for is $98.ag, three times tlv amount of the alleged overcharge which the petitioner claims the lav gives him the right to sue for ii such a case. A pleasant surprise was perpetrated on Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Frieii' Tuesday evening, In honor of thei sixth wedding anniversary. They hie been invited to 6:30 o'clock dinner 1? Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bennett, and upor returning to their home at 104 Nort' Center street, found It In possession ibnut twenty of their friends. Th evening was spent In playing five hun dred. for which Mrs. J. Raymond Bin ford and Air. Charles P. Cook won th prizes. Airs. Anna V. Bennett and Air A. Al. Friend then served a delicioc two-course lunch. A dizzy, uncertain feeling is one of the results of cof fee drinking. Anyone so annoyed, can find relief by quitting coffee and changing to Postum. Postum is made of wheat which is a true food, and the bran-coat containing the phos phate of potash is included in this health beverage. The phos phate is used by nature in re placing wasted brain and nerve cells. Boil Postum to get the food values and the flavour. "There's a Reason." ."V-V-V'V Geo. J. Allen, optical specialist. Dr. Bullard, osteopath. 28 E. Main. Hig masquerade tonight at hand fair. Set our Keen Kutler safely razor— $3.50. Home it Gelvin. See our new luce curtains mi buy. .VI. F. Andrews. A not llel' before We carry a complete line of carpen ter's tools. Home & Gelvin. Genuine .Porto i!ica molasses for cooking or bakingt purposes at Cn 1 ley's. shipment of skirts, inelud siy.es, just arrived at M. F. ing extra Andrews. Ail of our work is strictly we can guarantee it. Co. and Plumbing butcher Mr. and Mrs. •A. P. Wilson, of Kl dora, were in the city today. Look for the label of Robertson & Strub on Buttermilk bread, the only genuine. first class McCarten Fresh water cress, spinach, rad ishes. lettuce, Michigan celery and parsley at Culley's. The Tirzah Aid society will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. T. E. Dicks, 602 South Third street. Miss Florence Hopkins has as guests at a house parly this week. Misses Ed a a to in S a re a a a a id Des Moines. The young ladies will be here until Friday. I Michigan celery, head lettuce, spin ach. green peppers, fresh tomatoes, radishes. parsley, sweet roiiuefort. Neufehaiel and Royal ehee. many other good things to be had it Peckham's grocery. The funeral of J. C. Armstrong will he held from the residence. 407 North Second avenue, at 10:30 o'clock Thurs day morning, Rev. E. H. .Marshall of ficiating. The body will be buried in the -Marietta cemetery. Traveling Passenger Agent' Charles Walters and Mrs. Walters, who have been visiting for a few days with Air. Walters' parents in Iowa Falls, passed thru the city this morning on their way to their home in Peoria. Air. and Airs. F. E. Barber arrived 'tome this afternoon from Des Moines where, a few weeks ago, Mrs. Barber underwent an operation for the remov :1 of gall stones at the Methodist hos iita!. Mrs. Barber is gaining her •trength slowly, and is making a very atisfaetory recovery. The body of Elias Kuhns, who died in Baxter, was brought to this city Tuesday night, and this morning was aken to State Center for burial. The ody was accompanied by Airs. Kuhns, Mrs. Martha. Kuhns, Mrs. John Pur ell, and Alisses Nellie and Blanche Cuhns and Air. Vern Kuhns. All the members of the party attended the fu leral, which was held In Baxter Tues day afternoon. Dr. Cora Williams, diseases of worn-j possible and the favor of the public 1 i.i:j II... ,, (|y solicited. rn and obstetrics. Office over Fidelity bank. Hours 10-12 a. m., 1-4 p. m. Don't forget that we have Barring ton Hall coffee, the best 35 cent cof fee on the market. Peckham Grocery ('ompany. Ttie members of the ilisophian club enjoyed their regular meeting Tuesday homes for volunteer soldiers and sail afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. G. Horn. 7 North Fourth avenue. Fancy Florida grape fruit, tangerines, pineapples and Malaga white grapes. Blackliawk naval oranges and New York Baldwin apples at Culley's. Buttermilk bread is moist but not doughy. Order a loaf and you'll use no other. Look for the green label. Robertson it Strub. wholesale and re tail. Indoor base ball tonight at the R. iJ. V. ,\l. I'. A.. Trowel Company vs. low a Central railway, and Business Men vs. A. E. Siiortllill Co. Gallery 10 c. .Miss Katharine Ridgeway appears at the M. K. church next Wednesday. March -I. on the V. M. A. course. Tickets on sade Tuesday. March 3. at Pappe's. 50 and 75 cents. Mrs. Margaret A. Burgi a)id daughter. Mrs. Minnie E. Allen, who have been in Omaha visiting with Mrs. Burgess' daughter. Mrs. Jessie Hatch, returned home this afternoon. For Sale—The Meeker homestead. furnished or unfurnished. Centrally Richards, soprano!' .Misi located. Steam heating plant. Modern conveniences. Also premises directly north. Address F. L. Meeker, Mar shalltown, Iowa. What looks worse than a photograph hat is warped up and curled like an South ATarsball, $2,300. Id withered leaf. It looks cheap and cheap. Your friends do not value it, nd you are ashamed of it after a few veeks' time. Photographs with the lame Brown on them do not warp or url in the least, but retain their shape nd fine appearance for all time. What they do cost a little more? You have ork to be proud of and something that lakes your friends happy. a Mr. and Airs. O. C. Soules. living five tiles north' of the city, celebrated the if tli anniversary of their wedding "uesday, and the day was made the ccasion of the gathering of the young larried people's club of Green Moun lin. Twenty-five guests were enter lined at the Soules home during the 'av, an excellent dinner being served noon. In the afternoon an infor uil musical program was given. The nly guest from a distance was Alr^s. '. C. Nichols of Liscomb. We have Just received 1.000 squares high grade galvanized rubber roof ig that we are selling at $1.35 for ply. $1.75 for 2 ply, and $2.10 for 3 ily. per 108 square feet. We guaran tee this roof for 5 years for 1 ply, 10 ears for 2 ply, and 15 years for 3 ply. \'e have also secured the agency and ill soon have a large stock of The toyal field and poultry wire fencing. 'Ills fence is an improvement on the wnerican fence. Our prices will be ight on this. Citizens' Lumber Co., i'1 Market street. Marshalltown, la. B. T. Voorhies, who recently pur hased the meat market at 29 North 'enter street, wishes to call the atten ion of the public to the fact that he .as retained the services of "Fritz" as neat cutter. Fritz, as he is familiarly uown to the trade, has been with thei iarket. altho it has changed hands •eqiiently. The jireseni management ill offer good meat at the right .rices. The two delive'-v wagon-* lie i.is pn: on will assure prompt delivery! vhetiier the order is small or large. \t this market are offered all kinds of meats. Air. Voorhies has not purchased he business for a speculation, but will ••m.iln in the business permanently to iw satisfaction. When you make ••".if next order, try the market at 29 Wrth ("enter street. New phone 907, jld phone 199-X. 4?ft. Wf." '.2?'IV2i j-. Jones' Dairy Farm little pig sausage and hams. L. S. i'eckham Grocery Co. GEORGE WILLIGROD BUYS. Purchases A. D. Meeker's Interest in the Meeker Laundry Company. Mr. George Willigrod has purchased the interest of A. I Meeker in the Meeker Laundry Company and will lye come actively identified with the business. Mr. \V. G. Kane, who has been manager, will retain his interests ami continue to be president and gen eral manager of the company, while Mr. Willigrod will be secretary and assist in the conduct, of the business. The Meeker Laundry Company has en joyed a large and growing patronage in Marshalltown for many years and is one of the successful institutions of the city. Mr. Willigrod is well known ii Marshalltown and will be a valuable addition to the business. The Meekei Laundry does careful painstaking work and have merited the largo patronag' they have received. It is the inteutioi to improve the service in ••very wa MUSTER OF HOME MADE. Semi-Annual Inspection Conducted 1 Colonel Wadsworth. Col. C. W. Wadsworth, of New Yon assistant inspector general of nation. ors, spent a portion of the day in tit. city, and this morning conducted th semi-annual inspection and muster *. I the Iowa Soldiers' Home. A total o«" S men were found to lie on the member ship rolls. All but one was accounte for. The muster does not inelud:.' an. cr the women members, or any otiie member who never served in a wi.'\ Colonel Wadsworth arrived in th city from Minneapolis, where h- nr. tel'ed the stale Minnesota 111 a Minnehaha Falls, a.id this af'ernoo: left fin- qi incy. III., to conduct ill muster of the Illinois home. JUNIOR WORKERS RAISE MONEY Palmer College Concert Company Giv Entertainment at Christian Church. A very successful entertainment wa given at tlie Christian church Tues day evening by the Palmer MARRIED. Tigges- Hansen. Mr. George C. Tigges. a farmer Vancleve. and .Miss Mary C. Hansel' of Melbourne, were married iu this cit potatoes, 2:30 this afternoon by Rev. Merl N. Smith. The ceremony was per formed at the Methodist parsonagi Mr. and Airs. Tigges will reside on farm near Vancleve. Real Estate Transfers. Frank •. Dennis and wi.e to Alonz' Jay. land in Marietta township. $2,325. Jennie Al. Steward and husband. J. H. Steward, land in .Marietta town ship, $5,500. Carlton Aleredith and wife to H. Hoover, land in LeGrand township. $250. Thomas Thirlby and wife to John B. Baker, land In Marion township, $13, 000. Henry Phelps and wife to George Biesnecker, land in State Center town ship, $10,625. Ernst Lier and wife to Henry Phelps, land in State Center township, $12,000. C. G. Holcomb and wife to Robert Cook, of Clarke county, land in south Marshall, $1. Isaac N. Davis and wife to Lucy C. Robertson land in Eden township. $1, 001. Frank Walker, of .Multnomah coun ty, Oregon, to B. H. Grey, land in Stat" ("enter, $500. J. Al. Plumb and wife to Alary AT. White, of Franklin county, land in Quarry, $1. J. AL Plumb and wife to Alary AT White, of Franklin county, part of lol 6. block 1. Mitchell's addition, also land Claude G. Holcomb and wife to Fidelia Parker, 'lot 9. block 1, Cum ming's addition. $1,125. Harriet B. Moore, of Ramsey coun ty. Minnesota, to Louis H. Schaper. land in State Center. $1,000. Roy Bryant and wife to William La Pin nt. land in St. Ant'hony, $80. Paul S. Lewis and wife to W. L. Alunden. part of 'lot 12. block 1, West laike's addition. $2,000. Cla.rrisa AT. Fagan to Maria Sapp. land in Gilman. $1. Julia Ames to Lizzie W. Benbow. land in Bangor. $400. T. M. Brown and wife to William LaPIant, land in St. Anthony. $2,500. Rose A. Coulton. of Douglas county. Nebraska, to Paul Roskoff. lot 2. block 1. Arnold & Shepard's addition. $350. The clear-headed, active man weaves brain cells into his daily work. This means daily waste of brain tissue which must be re placed by new material. Proper food (containing the food elements that rebuild brain cells) is necessary for their re pair and replacement. This is life—tear down to build up bet ter. Grape-Nuts food contains the rebuilding elements of wheat and barley and at the same time re quires little effort on the part of the digestive organs to appro priate it. That's why Grape- Nuts food has been the main* stay for breakfast and lunch in the daily diet of thousands of successful men for years. "There's a Reason." Read the little book, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs. -iST" Tintta-HqmMiattr, TOarstictlltirurn: ftmra, Big masquerade tonight at band fair. •.txsXfXs.** I 'ollegi Concert Company, under the auspice of tile Junior Christian Endeavor soci ety, which took this as one means raising money for its missionary work The members of the Concert compan are Miss Hazel Dinges, of this fit\ a pianist of ability Miss Susie L. Handicap ... Totals *£,'-'• -l- -P ^-. r. Miss Ridgeway's Popularity. Aliss Katharine KUigeway, who ap pears on the V. Al. ('. A.'s course at the Al. i-J. church next Wednesday, is uni versally recognized as the most popu lar entertainer on the American lyce uni platform. A number of courses have engaged her each year during the twelve sen sons which she has been on the road. Tickets on sade al Henry Pappe's. Tuesday, .March 3. Prices 50 and 75 cents. In the District Court. Judge Parker has given his ruling on '.lie demurrer in the case of Alimdy & Scott vs. A. H. Cogswell, in which a iiiestion was raised over the sale of a 3iii-acre farm near LeGrand, belonging to the Siiortllill estate. Tile plaintiffs claimed to havn purchased the farm, but the court held there had been no '•ontract of sale. The plaintiffs have appealed. BOWLING •1 i) 5 Standing of the Clubs. W .'umber Four xalls nperials .. Unisons ... lawkeyes .. Ille .1 -1 is tnvin.Mhles .. iuo.-ters iycamoi'es ... 'rcscents. .. L. Pet 1 .750 Id 69 1^ ii 51 r. .444 15 .44 1 4 L"t lit 4"4 IS 400 IX .381 .333 3 ii 27 i: 27 12 21 By last night's victory in the bowi ng league tournament Number 4 got a ighter cinch on lirst place and the In •inoibles slid from fourth to seventh 'lace. Captain Will's men look tile •ris straight. "Andy" Clark made the 'gli score. 217, and spared an almost npossihle split, the fourth, sixth and '•nth pins Angelsberg was high aver :ge, with l'.Mi. The scores: Nl'.MHER 4. 'lark Vill 'red rich •owell Vllgelsberg ... Totals Anna K. Mof- litt. reader, and Air. L. Roy Grimes violin. The large audience present ex pressed its appreciation in hearty ap plause and several encores were re sponded to. Miss Moffitt was espe cially good in iter dialect selections. 1 7.". 1H3 217 133 14 1 140 144 1 157 1 tit! 1 ts 192 'J 13 1S1 193 S19 90S iwi: '•I.R.S 'tide \bhott Uoehr! Wilbur Miller Sherlock 141 120 1 21 1 175 303 196 1 4 1 1 123 17!* 1 3 149 I 14 134 30 30 30 791' S02 758 PLAN TO FIG:.T DISEASE. "•ruggists Will Battle Stomach Trou bles in Marshalltown. The increase of stomach troubles in .farshiilltown has led AIcBride it Will take effective measures to combat he disease. They have the local •policy for Ali-o-na stomach tablets, nd in order to induce people suffering ith weak stomach or indigestion to the remedy, offer to supply It with lie distinct understanding that money sill be refunded in every case where does not cure. Ali-o-nli is not a mere digestive, but in absolute strengthener and builder :p of the whole digestive tract. If 1 'J -T '"'rl ,*d£&9$$r you suffer with headaches, giddiness, palpitation, bad taste in tile mouth, nervousness, coated tongue, distress af ter eating, use Ali-o-na and see how .quickly these symptoms of a weak stomach will disappear. I The remedy strengthens the muscu lar walls of the stomach and increases I tiie How of gastric juices so that nour ishment is extracted from tile food and the refuse is expelled without the aid of purgative or laxative medicines. Remember that AIcBride & Will give a guarantee to refund the money ui less it cures. They take all the risk, and there is no danger of your losing any thing except indigestion when you buy a 50-cent box of Ali-o-na. DiTCH HEARING CONTINUED. Goes Minerva Township Proposition Over Until March 5. The first hearing on the Minerva town ship drainage ditch was held before the board of supervisors, which met as a drainage board Tuesday afternoon. The meeting adjourned until March 5, without action being taken, as anoth er survey of the ditch route is to be made. It is possible that this survey will quiet the objections to the ditch, provided the ditch is given an outlet in a branch of Minerva creek. Bills for lumber and cement, which the supervisors had asked for, were not opened. The contracts will prob ably be awarded at the regular month ly meeting next .Monday. Local Weather Record. A 33 14 :!0 12 21 S 30 10 marked drop in the temperature Tuesday afternoon accompanied a flur ry of snow, rain and hail, which con ilnued at intervals thru the night and this morning. Tile .maximum temper ature Tuesday was 41. and the mini mum 21, which was also the tempera ture at 7:30 o'clock this morning. Forty-nine and 34 were the extremes Tuesday. Polls will be open for the reception of votes at No. 114 West Main street, being the old city building, in the city of Marshalltown, Iowa, in said dis trict, from o'clock a, m. until 7 o'clock p. m. of said day. Done by direction of the board of directors, this 24th day of February, 190S. India Linons One case of short lengths, 2 to 10 yds each, of India Linons worth 15 to 25c per yard 10c per yard This is the first opportunity we have had for some time to give you such splendid value in this line. I In the Police Court. Leonard Alonolion and John Harvey, two strangers arrested for vagrancy, were sent to jail for live days yester day by Justice Millard. cliff Walker, arrested for being drunk, paid the costs in the police court this morning. Notice of School Election. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the qualified voters within the Independent .school district of .Marshalltown, Iowa, will be held on Monday, the 9th day of March, 190S, for the following purposes: 1. For the election of two directors: to be elected for a full term of three 1 years. 2. For the election of a treasurer of a id is 3. Also that the proposition be sub mit a id is triet, whether or not there shall be voted a tax for the school lious* fund, in ii a in a ($9,000.00) dollars. 4. Also for such other business as may legally come before the electors I of said, school district at said annual meeting. C. C. CASWELL, Secretary. mm *H* The New England Demonstration of Machine Darned Hosiery During the remainder of this week the merits of the speedy Dorcas Sewing Machine Darner will be demonstrated at our store. By using this handy contrivance a stocking may be darned on any ma chine in one minute. The advantage is not only in the great saving of time but also in the neat and even covering of a hole thus made. Every woman should see this demonstration and become the possessor of one of these convenient little articles. SPECIALS TOMORROW Get our prices on Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Mattings, Window Shades, Draperies, Trunks and Baby Cabs E. R. LAY Sole Agency Home Journal Patterns. The only paper pattern accompanied by a Guide Chart. '5? ^S&r, fP. AMUSEMENTS.. "Ole Olson" Swedish Dialect Show, Plays to Good Business. "Ole Olson." a Swedish dialect show, patterned along the lines of "Yon Yon son." and other similar comedy dram /,-• ODEON THEATRE BUSBY BROS., Owners and Managers—Tel. 262X W. A. TAPP, Resident Manager Sunday, March 1 And a Brilliant Ensemble of Every Song is a Decided Hit. Special Prices For This Engagement 25, 50, 75c and $1 White Goods Special values in fancy waistings at 12] and 18c Turkey Red Damasks 300 yards Turkey Red Table Damask on sale tomorrow at 22c per yard .*1 j'Ck: &*§:? .s THE GINGERBREAD MAN AND MARGERY DAW THE GORGEOUSLY STAGED MUSICAL FANTASY THE GINGERBREAD MAN ALL-STAR CAST ,•$ A as, appears at the Odeon theater Tues day to very satisfactory business. The presentation of the piece was fairly good for a company playing at-.popu lar prices. Harry Bruinmel appeared In "Ben" Hendrick's old place In the title role. 1 4 **, /. ef 1 11 ii v§ 111?