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THE HTCiniOJTO PALLADIUM AXD STO-TEIiEGRAM, SUNDAY, DECE3IBER 4, 1910.
PAGE THREE. ECOflOMY GAG IS WORKjDJf CLARK Next Speaker Won't Have an Automobile Too Extrav agant, You Know. (American News Service) Washington, Dec S. President Taft today held open souse for members of ronjrresi, conferring with them over a measures which will come up In con gress during the next session. Rep1 resentativa Champ Clark was his first caller. "I Just called to pay rennets; I would have called here sooner, hut It takes two days to get In," auid Mr. Clark. "Yon will have an automobile when you're speaker," said one of the white house attaches. "Oh, no I won't. There will not be any automobiles for the speaker of the house or the rice president when the democrats take hoJd. We stand for real economy. Walking Is healthy," replied the Missouri representative. The California congressional dele gation presented the San Francisco Panama canal promoters to the presi dent. He made it clear he did not endorse San Francisco against New Orleans. Republican Governor-elect Johnson of California, who won on an antl Taft ticket and who was supported by Pin chot and who heads the San Francisco boomers, did not accompany the delegation. ALL SHOW INCREASE - Four Far Western States Growing Fast. (American News Service) Washington, Dec. 3. The popula tion of the state of Colorado Is 799.124, a gain of 48 per cent over 593.700 In 1900. The pupulatlon of the state of Ne vada Is 81,875, a gain of 93.4 per cent over the population of 42,335 In 1900. The population of the state of Ore gon Is 672,765. a gain of 62.7 per cent, over the population of 413,536. in 1900. These figures were Issued by the census bureau today from reports of the 1910 enumeration. The population of the five principal counties In Colorado is: Denver 213. 381; Pueblo 381; Peublo 52,223; Weld. 39,177; Boulder,' 30,330; Lasanimaa, 33.643. Colorado and Oregon are entitled to an additional congressman according to these figures. small towns, Is one of the greatest financial successes In stage history, and there Is no doubt that its local en gagement will attract the largest audi ence the theater has ever held. trThe Prussian government is about to send out housekeeping schools on wheels for the purpose of Instructing the daughters of laborers, craftsmen, and farming people In cooking, pre serving food, dairying and general housekeeping. It Is Intended that, eventually, every country In Prussia is to have one of these schools. The In struction lasts eight weeks. At Local Theaters "Polly of the Circus. . In a season that Is remarkable chief ly because of attacks by press and the clergymen upon certain managers be cause of their alleged tendency to produce plays of unquestionable moral tone, It Is worthy of more than pass ing comment that "Polly of the Cir cus. which comes to the Oennett at an early date In all Its massive entire ly exactly as seen at the Liberty thea tre In New York cify for one full year, has been the subject of special com mendation from more than one hun dred pulpits In churches throughout the country, and has been pronounced as the cleanest, , purest, genuinely American play that the stage has seen In years. That the great majority of theater goers have no taste for risque French farces or other dramatic offer ing! with rlclous tendencies Is shown by the tact that "Polly of the Circus" with Ha unusually refreshing pictures of the lives of simple people in the BBaBSSSraSSBBBBBB83SSa GO Voaro Jnrrrodionta Of GUOOOGG What we consider to be one of the best evldeneee of the proof of our claims aa the leading gift shop, is the number of people who have "looked around and teen nothing that compares with ours." This is the Important point in the upbuild ing of this store good taste in the selection of our lines, with nothing doubtful about the quality. There arc other stores that would be tre mendously glad to possess this oc cult prestige. Diamonds rJJountod 0. ZT. Dickinson IVatoh Repairing -The Easiest Way." Scarcely a play In years has been so much discussed as "The Easiest Way," In which David Belaaco will present Frances Starr at the Gennett tomorrow. It has created an absolute sensation wherever it has been seen, and In New York at David Belasco's theater it was played for over a year. Unusual in theme and depicting a phase of life heretofore neglected to a large degree by the American dra matist, "The Easiest Way" has been hailed as the greatest American play of a decade. Successful as he was in "Paid In Full" and "The Wolf." It Is In "The Easiest Way" that Eugene Walter has reached his greatest heights as a dramatist. "The Easiest Way" depicts that as pect of New York life which Is con cerned with the tragedy of those wo men who are so wedded to luxury that they will pay any price for ita enjoy ment The theme is handled In so serious and convincing a manner that the play becomes, as one eminent writ er said. "Better than a sermon." Eugene Walter has painted with a strong brush a certain phase of New York life, and little is omitted in em phasizing the hollowness of that life. It Is a subject worthy of a Sardou, and It Is handled In a masterful man ner. The Intensely dramatic situa tions are relieved by exceptionally bright comedy incidents. While trag ic in part it Is far from Bloomy. In view of the fact that "The Easiest Way" Is produced tT David Belasco, there Is little necessity to dwell upon the perfection and artistry of its set ting. The first act dicloses a scene of foothills of the eastern slope of the Rocky mountains, radiant in the gold en light of the afternoon sun. Widely contrasting but none the less faithful in the photographic reality. Is the sec ond act. showing a room in a typical and this is followed by the superb settings of the third and fourth acts, showing a drawing room in an apart ment of an ultra-expensive New York hotel. Remarkable as the play Is from many points of view, "The Easiest Way" is still more notable for the manner in which it is acted. Frances Starr, delightful as Bhe was in "The Rose of the Rancho." has risen to greater heights in "The Easiest Way," and gives an Interpretation of the cen tral character of the play that has the hall mark of genius. While It is true that "The Easiest Way" was the dramatic sensation of the decade in New York, it is also true that in it Frances Starr has achieved an artis tic triumph that will be long remem bered. At the Murray. In the Six Musical Spillers to be heard at the Murray this week will be found a delightful conglomeration of classical and popular music Noth ing ever played on aaxaphones, cor nets and trombones seems to difficult for these people and their rendition of popular songs la unexcelled. The Three Singing Girls offer a slightly different act from any singing trio here before. They possess voices of rare tone and quality and succeed In getting the rery best out of any song they render. Mr. Fred DeBolt sings again next week and has chosen two very diffi cult and very pretty selections which are sure to please and always be fav orites. Mr. DeBolt is the possessor of a splendid baritone voice and only since his first appearance at the Murray theater has he received a number of very flattering offers to sing, none of which he Is considering as he Is studying under Prof. Borriss and will continue his studies at the Earlham school of music for the pres ent John Coughlin the "human dynamo" Is sure to attract a great deal of at tention as by his demonstrations he shows what may be done with elec tricity in this day and age, such as lighting a gas Jet from the electricity infused into his tongue, enduring the tortures of the electric chair and com ing forth smiling and unharmed. Last but not least is Bandy and Field, singers and dancers of excellence and originators of those tunny walks. Motion pictures conclude this great bill of all features. Third Degree." Shortly after "The Third Degree" was produced at Albany, N. Y-. the state legislature there took action, forward to the prohibition of prelim inary police investigation. One week after the engagement of this play in Washington, Senator Heyburn of Ida ho entered a bill before congress re stricting the power of the police and providing a clause stating that no questions be asked a suspect until counsel has been appointed. Since Mr. Klein's potent play was first launched, the question of disarming the police of this brutal power has been agitatetd in almost every state in the union. The Third Degree will be seen at the Gennett on Thursday, December 15. I rage, and the audiences are distinctly ; representative of intellect and fashion. Pictures representing scenes in for eign countries greatly appeal to the audiences. A picture showing views of the eruption of Mt Etna evoked the greatest interest and applause. King Edward's funeral was the feature of the week. Large crowds are al ways in attendance and the demand for admission fs greater than the ac commodations afford." The same program will be presented by Mr. Howe at the Gennett theater. "Howe's Moving Pictures." The Billboard, August 20, 1910, says of Lyman H. Howe's engagement in Baltimore, Md., at Ford's: "Howe's moving pictures are all the y to ala St ricESjoJlDe Box Candies! See the window dis play of elegant Dox Chocolate Candles. Qaalltyand flavor not to be surpassed and at popular prices In 1-4, 1-2, 1 and 2 lb. boxes. Leo. H. Fihe's Pharmacy. EBDBBaY Approved Vaudeville. WEEKDEC. 5. The Six Musical Spillers. Original Rtjtimc Music The Three Singing Girls. Dandy & Fields. Vaudeville Dancing Peers, Originators of Those Funny Walks. SPECIAL: nr. Fred De Bolt Soloist John 0. Coughlin. A Human Dynamo. Ccr Eiclasive Features MAraEaTDAILY. Any seat 10c. Evening, continuous performance: 7:45-9:00. Prices. Lower Floor. 20c; Loge Seats. 25c Dalcony 10c and ISc DR. J. A. 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