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PANAMA, Sept. 0.— There was no bread in
Panama to-night, owing to the Bakers' Union ordering a general strike on account of a dif ference with the master bakers regarding the number cf working hours. BREVITY HONOLULU, Sept. 9.— In an Interview to-day Governor Dole stated that he would not resign his oulce, but would re tire at the end of hia term, which expires in May next. Governor Dole is anxious to resume the practice of law and for that reason will not permit his name to ap pear as a candidate for the office. Gov ernor Dole stated that he has never had second term aspirations. Dole Will Retire. WASHINGTON, Sept 9.-ArrlVals-New Wiilard: W. A. Nichols, Redlands. National: R. W. Mateer, Los Angeles; Jo^hn J. Cordy and wife. Dr. W. A. At wood and wife, San Francisco; Mrs. M. Beman, Stockton. Ebbltt— Major Henry B. Wright, United States army San Francisco. Californians in Washington. DIAMOND THIEF AND ¦ FORGEB BREAK JATX nia Towns Chisels Way to Freedom. Man "Wanted in Oregon and Califor- HILLSBORO, Or.. Sept. 9.— A success ful Jail delivery was effected here last night, when J. H. Burke, a forger arrest ed here last week and wanted in many towns throughout .Oregon and California, escaped, in company with John McNa mara, a diamond thief. The prisoners cut, a hole in a brick wall with a chisel Improvised out of an iron staple, made their way through the Sheriff's private office and went out of a courthouse win dow. Burke is wanted for forgery and the State had a clear case against him, as Cashier Kane of the Forest Grove Bank caught him trying to pass a $300 note, to vrhich. Walter Bernard's name was forged. He is also wanted at Martinez, Cal.', for passing a $260 forged paper, -and at other points. Site for Instruction Camp. SAN DIEGO, Sept 9.— General Mac- Arthur, commanding the Department of California, arrived at noon to-day after his trip to the Grand Canyon. Ho comes primarily to Inspect the local posts of the army, including the barracks and Fort Rosecrans, and also to confer with Colonel Vogdes regarding a site for a camp of in struction for the combined National Guard and regular army, as provided in the recent National Guard bill giving the National Guard the benefit of Instruction by officers of the regular army. Fanny Herring, the actress who charmed the audience of the old Bowery Theater thirty or* forty years ago. cele brated her seventy-first birthday recent jy. After nearly fifty years on the stage ehe retired to her farm in Connecticut, where she now lives in the best of health. Andrew Hussey. an aged man, was found in a dying condition in a room at the St. David's House yesterday afternoon. He was removed to the Emergency Hospital, where he passed away a few hours later. When examined, a. bank book was found on his iierson showing a deposit of 52220 with the Hiberr.ia Bank. A email sum of money was also found in his pocket. Huspey was a miser and lived a life of misery for many years past. His body was removed to the Morgue. Pitiful End of a Miser. Israel Puttman, owner and manager of a Manila newspaper, and Judge D. S. Ambler, who a year ago sentenced two Manila newspaper men to imprison ment on charges of sedition and libel, arrived In the city last night from the East and registered at the Palace. They have been in the East several months, during which the Supreme Court of the Philippines set aside the sentence of Judge Ambler, in so far as It applied to the charges of sedition, and the cases are now before the higher court await ing a decision on appeal in the matter of the charges of libel. The editor and the Judge are returning: to the islands. T. Hatta, who was sent to this coun try two years ago to study and report on the business methods of the people of the United States, arrived at the Grand la«t night on his way to the Orient. Two of the latest arrivals at the Cali fornia are F. Vettogr and D. Cassequel of Paris, who are touring the West. John Fennell, one of Tehama County's prominent ranchers. Is spending- a few days in the city and is staying at the Palace. A. D. Short, a clerk of the Rainier- Grand Hotel of Seattle, is enjoying 1 a vacation in this city and is a guest at the Palace. PERSONALS. H. Weinstock Is at the Palace. Dr. D. C. Bennett of Seattle Is at the Occidental. Arthur Levinsky. an attorney of Stockton, Is at the Palace. Qeoree B. Katzensteln, a fruit man of Sacramento, Is at the Palace. J. D. Grant, a cattleman of Healds burg. is registered at the Lick, M. P. Benton, representing the Bur lington and Quincy road in Seattle, and wife are at the Palace. Berkeley Office San Francisco Call. 214S Center Street, Sept. 9. The Blrl students of Snell's Seminary organized a fire brigade this afternoon and put out a fire that threatened to burn down the famous old building at 2721 Channing way. When the lire broke out the girls fell in line under the direction of Mrs E. S. Poulson. the principal and the Misses Mary E. Snell and Sarah H Snell and acted under orders, just like or dinary firemen. One detachment stood in the yard below filling buckets with water from a hose, another detachment passed the buckets along and still an other busied Itself sprinkling the contents on th« flames. In thls.way the fire was doused out long before the flre wagons got out of their houses. The fire was caused by a grass flre that lighted a lace curtain in the main building and then communicated to the light fur nishings of the room so that it was soon all ablaze. The damage was about $100 Dr. George Mains, manager of the New York Book Concern, addressed the con ference regarding the finances of the con cern, which he stated_were In excellent condition. The conference then adjourned to meet to-morrow morning. This resolution had reference to a news paper criticism of the management by Dr. J. D. Hammond of the affairs of the San Francisco branch of the Methodist Book Concern and the Chinese district, and caused a heated debate, which lasted the greater part of the session. The reso lution was finally passed. A committee on completion of the Uni versity of the Pacific^ endowment fund, consisting of W. C Evans, Eli McCllsh, H. E. Milnes, A. C. Bayne, Thomas Fil ben, Dr. F. B. Short, special endowment agent of the University of the Pacific, and the following laymen, C. B. Perkins, J. Leiter, Rolla V. Watt, J. II. Brush, T. B. Hutchison and H. E. Williamson, was appointed. A committee on seamen's work, con sisting of E. R. Dille, W. E. P. Dennett, Jesse Smith and S. M. 'Woodward, was also appointed. Resolved, That we condemn auch attempt at trial fcy piess as contrary to our discipline, as destructive of th«? bonds of fellowship among Methodist prc-acher?, ar.d as wanur.ly detri mental to our church enterprises. , Whereas. A metropolitan journal has recently piMiFhefl statements and Intimations #rav-;ly ri-flectintf upon the integrity of our ministry, the disinu-reFtednes* of cur bishops and tlu ¦wlfce management of cur corinectional enter- DrlffPi"; therefore, be it ¦Whereas, The reputation of a Methodist pas tor ie his most valuable po»»eFSion. and oontl d<nce In their Judicious manaicement the chiPf as«ft of our eonnecticnal Interests", and; MONTEREY, Sept. 9.— The fifty-first session of the California annual confer ence of the Methodist Episcopal church opened this morning at Pacific Grove, Bishop Earl Cranston presiding. The following officers were elected: Secretary, C. E. Irons; assistant secretaries, P. A. Milnes. E. B. Winning; statistical secre tary, II. J. Wlnsor; assistant statistical secretaries. M. • M. Meese, A_ W. Lloyd, J. L. Burcham, Thomas Leak, J. C. Bol ster, Carl M. Warner; treasurer, Thomas Filben; assistant treasurer, Lorenzo Fel lers; postmaster," E. S. Robertson. Imme diately after organization the following resolution was introduced by C. K. Jen ness: The finding of a dead'man with a bul let through his heart about a mile from the station cf Clyde has created no small amount of excitement, Clyde is a smali station on the very outskirts of the dis trict- The body was brought to the city, but has not yet been identified. VICTOR. Colo.. Sept. 9— An attack upon a militiaman acting a? guard 1 at the Tay lor & Brunton sampler aroused the of ::cfrs commanding the troops and within a few minutes every available, man in the camp was patrolling the hills. Shortly after the guard had been placed at the sampler he noticed a man prowling about a building. He ordered the man to halt, which order was not obeyed. The guard fired at the figure and started in pursuit, firing as he ran. As the soldier patsed the building he was felled by a rock thrown by a second man. The shooting aroused other sentinels, who arrived Just as the two men disappeared over the edge of Bull Hill. A volley was fired at them, but they escaped beyond range of the muskets. The injured Infantryman was picked up and medical#ald summon ed. He was not seriously injured, though unconscious when found, and soon re vived. The mine owners have notified the of licers of the militia that a. number of threats have been made against both property and the guards and at a num ber of places the guards have been dou bled. Officers and Men. Attack Upon a Militiaman Arouses FIEES AT A PB0WLEB. Young Ladies at Snell's Successfully Fight Flames. Methodists Hold Annual Conference at Pacific Grove. GIRL STUDENTS SUBDUE BLAZE OF INTEREST TO PEOPLE OF THE PACIFIC COAST Several Changes Made in the Postal Service and Army Orders Issued. WASHINGTON, Sept. 9.— Postofflce es tablished: California— Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles County, Sarah A. Beane, postmistress. - Postofflce discontinued September 30 (su perseded by rural free delivery): Cali fornia—Flood, Nevada County, mail to Grass Valley. Postmasters commissioned: California — Stenton E. Smithson, Millvllle. Wash ington—William W. Renfrew, Elberton. Fourth-class postmasters appointed: Oregon— Edith Hoffmann, Chase, Yamhlll County,, vice Ida K. Bohannon, resigned. Army order — Leaves of absence granted to First Lieutenants Hugh K. Taylor, ar tillery, and Charles C. Geer, assistant sur iroon, Department of California, extended one month each. BOSTON. Seui. 9.— C. F. Michaels of San Francisco was to-<1r\y elected vice president of the Wholesale Druggists' Association. AKRON. Ohio. Sept. 9.— The Democrat ic State campaign 'opening meeting was held in a tent here to-night, addresses be ing delivered by Tom L. Johnson, can didate for Governor; John E. Clarke, can didate for Senator, and Henry George Jr. of New york. The crowd at the meeting was estimated at 3000. Ohio Democrats Open Campaign. DISCUSS AFFAIRS OF THEIR CHURCH NEW YORK, Sept. 9.— At the fu sion conference to-night the name of Seth Low was Indorsed as candidate for Mayor, to be presented to the fusion confer ence of all bodies affiliated with the fu sion movement, except the New York Democracy and the Kings County Dem ocracy. The conference was held at the headquarters of the Citizens' Union. The committees representing the bodies affiliated with the fusion movement at the conference were: The Citizens' Union, Greater New York Democracy: Kings, Queens and Richmond counties Republi- can committees. Kings County Democracy, ' ] German-American Municipal League of i Brooklyn, Austro-Hungarian Antl-Tam- ' many Association, German-American Mu nicipal League of Manhattan and the Ital ian-American League. REFORM MAYOR OF GREATER NEW YORK, WHOSE CANDIDACY FOR RE-ELECTION HAS BEEN INDORSED AT A CONFERENCE OF LEADERS OF THE FUSION FORCES. CHEYENNE, Wyo.. Sopt. 9.— The Gat ling gun -of the Wyoming National Guard was sent to-day by order of Adjutant General Stitzer to Denver for the use of the Colorado troops at Cripple Creek. It was requested by General Sherman Bell. About sixty union men left Telluride yesterday for points In Utah and farther ¦w-es=t. where they will make a permanent residence. The working force at Tomboy has been gradually increased and seventy-five men reported for work this morning. The management of the Butterfly-Ter rible mine refused to have any dealings v.ith the union and the men at that prop erty will probably be called out. TELLURIDE, Sept. 9.— Henry Buckley, manager of the Silver Bell mine, has agreed to treat with the union and grant the men an eight-hour day, provided the union will not attempt to dictate to him the number of men he must employ about the workings and will continue to agree to a fair cut in their scale of wages pro portionate to the reduction In hours. It is reported that mine owners have made arrangements with railroads for re duced rates for laborers from. Southwest ern Missouri and it is expected that min ers will be brought from the Joplin lead district to take the places of strikers. A small force began breaking ore in Stratton's Independence mine this after noon and the military guard line was ex tended to embrace this property. Opera tions were also resumed to-day In a small way on leases in Vindicator and Hull City placer ground. CRIPPLE CREEK. Colo.. Sept 9.-The Miao Owners' Association has announced i hat no members of the Western Federa tion of Miners will be employed in any of the prc;>erties owned by members of the association. The federation influence on the prosperity of the district has been I>erniclous, according to the mine owners, who openly declare that they will no longer tolerate Its alleged dictation. The union miners are Btill confidently ajc-gressive and are keeping their organi ration well intact. Officials of the fed < ration declare that of 1000 men formerly employed in four mines at which an at tempt has been made to resume opera tions only 110 have returned to work- Stratton's Independence Begins Op erations on Small Scale and Mil itary Guard Lines Are Extended. Declares the Influence of Fed eration Has Been Per- nicious. CHICAGO. Sept. 9.— Acting upon the advice of the Chicago Employers' Asso ciation fourteen candy manufacturing concerns closed to-day and between 1500 and 2000 persons were thrown out of work as the result of the strike action taken by the Candy Makers" Union yesterday. The employers say that the lockout will continue until the candy makers dissolve their union and return to wcrk as In dividuals. Candy Factories Are Closed. SEATTLE, Sept. 9.— All but ten cars out of 160 usually run by the Seattle Elec tric Company, which owns the street car system of this city, are in operation to day, notwithstanding the decision of the executive committee of the Street Car Men's Union early this this' morning to declare a strike. When the- order to strike was given out this morning a great majority of the employes ' of the street railroad company discarded their union badges and v. : entt6 work' as usual upon the promise of President Furth that he would treat with a committee of the men in an endeavor to reach an amicable ad justment of the differences. It ia' believed the effect of this will be the disruption of the Seattle branch of the Amalgamated Order of Street Railway Employe's. The demands made by the union, the j-efusal of which led to the strike, includ ed recognition of the union, reinstatement of all men discharged -by the company because, of their connection with the union since the strike last March, a wage scale of £0 cents an hour and time and a half for overtime and on legal holidays. Mine Owners' Associa tion Objects to Dic tatiOD. Go to Work Upon Promise of Road President to Meefc^ Committee. Seattle Car Men Refuse to Obey an Order to Strike. DISCARD THEIR UNION BADGES EMPLOYERS BLACKLIST UNION MEN THE SAN FRANCISCO CAIili, TJHTJRSDAY, SEPTEMBER ; 10, 1903. Greater New York's Executive to Be the Nominee of All Bodies Associated With Reform Forces, Except New York and Kings County Democracy FUSION CONFERENCE INDORSES MAYOR LOW 9 AMUSEMENTS. VAUDEVILLE JYE-OPENERS ! Frederic Sond and Company; Orig- inal Bio Brothers; Almont and Bumont and Fischer and Wacker. Last times of Bloom and Cooper; T. Nelson Downs; La Vine-Cam- eron Trio; Marguerite and Hanley and George Schindler. Reserved Seats, 25c: Balcony, 10c; Box Seats and Opera Chairs. 50c. fAklFORNIAl 1b Farewell To-Xfght. ;V^& V KEILL-KOROSCO COXPAtfr. 3 \ In the Dramatic Marvel, .(D NOTBE DAME, .75 tr/> Stage Set In View of Au- e^ *}*J dience. jOO *j t; I Last Bargain Matinee o K .CO j To- Day. JcD I Saturday Night — Openins T! , of regular season. A rriend of iho Pamily. jf** H EAT FUJI Hegrular Matlneet Saturday and Sunday. Every Lady and Child Presented With a Sou- venir Picture of one of the Lilliputians at all matinees. GLORIOUS TRIUMPH OF THE POLLARD LILLIPUTIAN OPERA CO. LAST THREE NIGHTS /\ GAIETY GIRL SUNDAY MATINEE. SUNDAY. MONDAY. TUKSDAY. WEDNESDAY NIGHTS. AK L.MDY SLMVE-V. THURSDAY, FRIDAY. SATURDAY NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE. THE GEISHA. PRICES — Evenings 15c. 25c, 50c and 75c Matinees 15c, 25c and 00c LYRIC HALL /!£ GREAT SUCCESS. The XT Century Morality Flay, EVERYMAN EVERY NIGHT, 8:30. Thursday and Saturday Afternoons, 3 Reserved Seats. $2.00. $1.50 and 400 Good Seats at $1.00. Box Office, Sherman, Clay ft Co.'i PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. \ RECREATION PARK. EIGHTH AND HARRISON CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, 3:50 P. M.; SAT- • URDAY. 3:C0 P. M. SUNDAY * 2:SO P. M. OAKLAND VS. SEATTLE LADIES* UAY3 THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. Ad\ance Sale, 5 Stocky- it. Weekly Call, $1 per Year ATVZBTISEHENTS. Pretty boxes and odors are used to sell such soaps, as no one would touch if he saw them un- disguised. Beware of a soap that depends on something outside of it. Pears', the finest soap in the world is scented or not, as you wish ; and the money is in the. merchan- dise, not in the box. Established over xoo years. •ADVEBTISEMENTS. Perfflanent Cares Are the best advertising a physician can have. This is the principal reason why the business of the Electro-^hemic Special- ists is the largest special medical prac- tice in San Francisco. * "I was cured by the Electro-Chemic treat- ment of cancer of the breant without a surgical operation. The treatment was absolutely paln- leB8. and. Instead of It making me weaker, I gained ten pounds In weight and pained In strength In every way during my treatment." MRS. WILLIAM BARNES. Blacks, Cal. fafC-**" * - - - • - . • - >-^h I /.' ''¦¦ , ' : ' > ¦ ' ' ' ' ' >¦ ,'' : " - ¦:' ¦¦ ¦ • : . f: ' . \ MRS. FREDERICK GOCHIA. 421 L St., San Francisco. "My Btomach, liver and bowels were In a bad condition. My food did me no good; my blood was weak and my nervous system was a wreck. Medical treatment seemed to make me worse,' but In a few weeks the Electro-Chemic treat- ment has worked wonders In my case. My di- gestion is good, my stomach, liver and bowels are normal, my blood circulates freely and my nervea are stronger than In years. " MRS. FREDERICK GOCHIA, 421 L St., San Francisco. CONSULTATION g~- sj-^ a— «p X-RAY EXAMINATION IF Vk L.H Specialties — Consumption, Catarrh. Bronchitis, Asthma, Cancers, Tumors, Oealness, Head and Ear ZTolses, Bheu- i matlsm, Paralysis, XTeuralfia, Piles, Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Kid* neys and Bowelf, Special Diseases of Ken and Women. All Chronic Diseases. ELECTRO-CBEMIC INSTITUTE, 118 GRANT AVE., Cor. Post St., ' bait rsAzrcxsco. Office Hours^Q a. m. to 5 p. m. and 7 to S p. m. dally; Sundays, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Separate Apartments for Ladles and Gentlemen. Palace dont tail to i aiatw 8ee the beautiful j COURT Lounging /.fill room, the EMPIRE aUU PARLOR, the a~~~A PALM ROOM, the liniflQ LOUIS XV.- PAR- utuuu LOR mdiht LA . D^-I- DIES' WRITING Hotels room _ __ AMTrSEarEBTTS. -riin _-_ a - J -, Tl\/fil I open* I I V vLI house. NOTE: Performance commences at 8 o'clock sharp. Matinee on Saturday at - sharp. TO-NIOHT Saturday Matinee and Sunday Night, Verdi'* Lyric Drama. "RIGOLETTO." : Friday and Saturday J^venings. Gounod's Im- mortjfl Opera, " FAUST." With «¦• F.rilliant Lyric Soprano. TINA DE SPAOA, as MABCTJEEITE. NEXT WEEK— "IL TROVATORE" and 'LA SOMN'AMBULA." PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME— 25c. 50c, 73c. Telephone Bush 9. High-Class Specialties Every Afternoon and Evening In the Theater. TOOTXQHT GALA AMATEUR PERFORMANCE — —Concluding With NEW LIVING PICTURES. TAKE A TRIP -DOWN THE FLUME." VISIT THE "MYSTIC MIRROR MAZE" ADMISSION 10c | CHILDREN 5c __misce:li < a:neous AarosEauji th. mr. OEWMOii" Only Son? Recital This Season STEINWAT HALL, 223 StJTTEK ST. Friday Evening, September II, at 8:15 Reserved $1.00. Unreserved 75c. For sale at Sherman, Clay & Co.'b. 3 7 till / V ' Ljttf^l JR53frf^gJa^ffl 1 It's a Good Rule To follow that leads you to send your linen here. Unnecessary wear is out of our line, but immaculate cleanliness, su- perb finish and collars and cuffs 'without rough edges are the points in our work that maintain the golden rule intact. UNITED .STATES LAUNDRY OmCS 2004 2XA2XET STBEIT, Near Powell. BAJA CALIFORNIA Damiana Bitters ISA URKAT RESTORATIVE. LNVIGQKA- i tor and Nervine. Th« mctt wor<lerrul ashrodislac and Special Tonic for the Kexw^l Organs, (or bcth »exe». The - Mexican Kemedy (or Diseases of Ut* Kidneys and Bladder. Sells on tu own marlta. NABEK. ALK9 & BRUSE. Aceat*. S3 ilarktt «U. 3. F.— C3es4 for ClrcaUrvj 'i'h'H ADVE&TT.SX2&E2TTS. — — . _- . - - .* "• .- — : - ' ..;.',¦.'..¦,¦ ... ...--.~— —„..'-.„„.., „¦..., .~» ....„¦¦.¦.,¦,-...— ¦¦'..- -,,.^ -„ . i ¦an B fl ?g I s pkS K2 % ' v j»^J/y Jfj X jh guB 1 1*1 C C pCT \3rd ••- .........••.•••.¦¦¦••••¦••••••••«. • *fc^ \f I ~" i H (^^^^^^k I! AGATE PR0 " DRUSSELS ~stb!e tar Fu!ryJrd D wid; **"*' ||J AMTJSEMEJrrS. TO-DAY AT 2 I] 6H0W GROUNDS TO-NIGHT AT 8 II 11TH & MARKET Doors Open at 1 and 7 p. m. ¦ Until and Including Monday, Sept. 14. RlISGLING BF*OS.» WORLD'S GREATEST SHOWS. ' To which is now JERUSALEM niM.'.l. without extra ,v n the admission, the SUB- ,^VT,- "t, — LIME SPECTACLE. CRUSADES 100 Sensational Circus Acts. 40 Elephants— HIS Cage Zoo — 10 Clowns. ONE GO-Cent Ticket Admits to Everything. Children under 12 years half price. Admis- sion tickets and actually numbered reserved seats on tale at Sherman. Clay & Co.'s piano warerooms, ICearny and Hutter streets, ut ex- Rctly the same prices as charged at regular ticket wagons on the show grounds. HENRYJVULLER MARGARET ANGLIN To-Nlght. Friday and Saturday Nights, MATIXEE SATURDAY.' "THE TAMING Or HELEN" Xext Mondav — Last Week of HENRY MILLKR and MARGARET ANGLIN. First Time, Hero of "THE AFTERMATH'' Adapted by Henry Miller from George Oh- nefs novel, "Le Maltre d»-9 Forsea." SEATS NOW HEADY. Coming— "THK PRINCE OF PILSEN." " — . ' r'^'^EP' l??vf **it* Jrt| Sk 9 77Y£^h?V. Witt*' »n i ¦ * ¦¦ HMD Proprietor*. Market *t., Near Eighth Phone South 5o3 TO-NIGHT AND ALL THIS WEEK. MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. The Richest. Rarest, Raciest of Farce-Comedies WHOSE BABY ARE YOU? A VOLCANO OF MIRTH! A TORNADO OF FUN! DDTPPC Evenings 10c to 50c rnlLEJ Matinees 10c, 15c, 25c MONDAY, September 14th— The Military Spectacle, . THE CHERRY PICKERS. ¦ T r*\ A A TJ Belaseo & Mayer. A 8 I , A / A K Proprietors. jt\.!Lt\jJrk£j£&±\ E. p. Price, Gen. Mgr. Ui^v THIS WEEK— MAT. SATURDAY. 1 £i~f<j 'i Florence Roberts | Who Has Made Her Greatest Success In THE UNWELCOME MRS, HATCH, Evenings, 25c to 75c;. Sat. Mat.. 15c to 50c Special Matinee To-Day. •¦ ." D'Annunzio's Famous Play, CIOCOINDA When Night Prices Will Prevail. SOUVENIR ART PROGRAMMES. NEXT WEEK— First Time Here of MISS ROBERTS as MAG DA. AMUSINO BURLESQUES, MERRILY ACTED. REALLY FUNNY PALYS. \ "The Glad Hand" and "The Con-Curers" | Our "All-Star"'. Cast, Including; KOLB AND DILL, BARNEY BERNARD, WINFIELD BLAKE, HARRY HERMSEN, MAUDE AMBER, ELEANOR JENKINS. RESERVED . SEATS— Niehts. 25c, 50c and 73c: Saturday and Sunday Matinees, 2oc and 1 6oc; Children at Matinees, lCc and 25c.