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5.' HH'. ' , ,i t ... 7 vpwrwN' W f r"SJ,"l w '.. J ' - v5rfe.. ,. V' " .ijiiiiiw IHQHBHHBHHmtVfiaflMK1 gmul.n-. February .13, 1910. DAILY ARIZONA' SILVER BELT 'Page Seven' a 3E a j H ello Bill! LAND ONE NIGHT, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 Hello Bill! rom Bo A New Two-Act Musical Comedy by Claude Kelly Auspices of Globe Lodge No. 489, B. P. O. E f" V'VW'''WM 40-Pebple--40 MAGNIFICENT COSTUMES NEW SCENERY ELABORATE ELECTRICAL EFFECTS bHOW GIRLS THAT SING CHORUS GIRLS THAT DANCE 4G"People--40 i .. fj. l IIIW " J InMBBBBBal JnaaHnaJlnnnBnlEHk ton" I n MWVSWWWW 40--People--40 HEAR BILLY CUMMINGS ED KEITH ' WALTER REED CLAUDE KELLY ROSCOE ARBUCKLE 40--People--40 y WAIT UNTIL YOU HEAR US SING ANAAAAWWWVWV 10 Big Song Hits 10 ADM I SSION $ JmBKEBSXHSEKIEIHEsA JhBNBhL UBBBKBBSSBbL lw Jm 1.00 10 Big Song Hits 10 SJ ij 10BE AMUSEMENTS DRAMATIC SCENE FBOM "TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE PUCK AND JUDGE i In nces greeted the itupany at the Ma- I the audienco seem- immensely. "Puck i ii be presented to- ' tc thango of pro i tor tomorrow night, 'uimrocks" will bo - ng announced for . and ivil no doubt i xcellent way twit t ue Heed and Ar liod organization. nlTercd do not do hrgt of the coin On Wednesday ' "Finnegnn and company opened l be presented for ' x ilia play is a long ii nice will be given. Ripest and sunshtnr ath by those wlio -i and Sunshine" " (inland theater on is expected to bo uitler, manager of 'impelled to place ilaj x in advance of 1 play hni proven i it the supply has mand in many ' e purchasers had -'e of this oppor nit morit of tho only to tako its "I'ird of judgment. r h doing at all is - a maxim that is The lines of this 1 ely followed by foilueer of "Tem- (nd tho result is i ' ' as it is possible l' " t ot stage real- ,r to nature as the u I permit, and this net of the author '"1 play. Jt is a iilnv in which thn audience IS brought into personal contact with living, breathing characters, whoso lives are interwoven with eonuitious and sur rnuTKlinrru nml whose frailties and foi ....... v.. -,,, - blcs. virtues and idiosyncracies are as pictures thrown upon canvas by n mas ter painter. No wonder "Tempest and Sunshino," the dramatization of Mary ,1. Holmes' popular novel, is such a wonderful success. it and those who have seen it before should not neglect tho opportunity of witnessing ono of the stellar attractions of tho season. It is an unusual ovent. fc ? ! ? ! ! ! $ "f" $ ! ! ! $ J" LABOR NOTES THE GINGERBREAD MAN The management of Dreamland thea ter takes pleasure in announcing the booking of "Tho Gingerbread Man" for Wednesday, February 23, and also takes pleasuro in stating- that they can thoroughly guarantee the performance and production as well as the cast as being the equal of anything that will appear hero this season, and tho super ior of many. To those who liavc not scon "The Gingerbread Man" a delightful treat is in store. Tho music has distinct charm and ovory number in tho piece is un usual. Tho book is also cleverly written and tho comedy of n high class order; without the necessity of iorse play to recommend it. Tho cast is absolutely first-class in ovory respect and includes tho following well known people: Willinm Cnmeron, Boss. Snow, AVally ITcIsted, Garrick Ma jor, Fred Holmes, Lute Vrohman, tho great Kavuno, Helen Keen), Inez Gir ard and Hose Murray. Tho Venetian Quartette- is also an added feature. Tho production lias been entirely renewed and tho now cos tumes have put tho performance right up to date. Thcro aro also many novel features introduced that will lend added zest to the performance. Mnny of tho cast have been in it from its original inception and they have negloctcd no opportunities to build up their parts. Tho piece is ono long succession of sur prises from riso to fall of tho curtain. As this is tho final tour of "Tho Ginger- bread 1Ian;" thoso who have nover seen Cecilia Loftus is to go on a tour of Franco and Italy. "Arsene Lupin" is to go on a road tour, beginning in Chicago. It is said that Josephine Cohan, who has been ill, will not uct this seat-on. Marie Tempest will make a tour of the principal cities in this country in ' Penelope. ' ' Lionel Barrymoro Is soon to appear in vaudeville in a one-act sketch called "The Jail Bird." , ( hanning Pollock's dramatization of "The Inner Shrine" will soon reach the rehearsal stage. The new piny by Edward Pcple, in which Laura llopo Crewe 'is to Oc the star, is entitled "Maggie." It is reported that Annie Russell will star next season in a new play unilcr the management of Charles Fronmau.' Edgar Selwyn is to bo the star in "The Scarecrow," which is described as, a "ludicrous tragedy," by Percy Mackaye. Clyde Fitch's posthumous play, "The City," has created such an impression that there is a strong demand for tho iorcign rights. Amelia Bingham, who is playing in London, has engaged Guy Standing, bhe is to appear in "Magda" and nas a comedy called "Tho Violet Widow." Mario Dainton is said to give a de lightfully exact imitation of Maude Ad- nuis' acting during the speccli about Shandyism in "What Every Woman Knows." Adeline Boyer is an American dan cer now appearing at the Palace then ter in London, and has been engaged to make a tour of the vaudoville thcatcis controlled by William Morris. Margaret Anglin has a violet farm in Illinois, where, with a partner, sac raises violets for tho Chicago market. Every year tho partners draw a substan tial revenuo from this source. Maxiiie Elliott, now at Daly's thea ter, New York, in "The Inferior Sex," has .canceled her annual spring engage ment in London, so that she may remain in New York for an indefinite time. Zejda Sears, who was to havo bfcen tho star in "Kitty and tho Canary," which tho late Clyde Fitch wroto for her, has been engaged for tho cast of Wnichell Smith's piuy, "Love Among tho Lions." Hattio Williams' now comedy, which is to bo produced by William Collier, is fo bo presented under tho title of "The Girl He Could Not Leave Behind Him." The comedy was adapted from tho German by Sydney Uosonfeldt. Charles Dillingham's next musical production will bo "Tho Echo," by William LeBaron and Deems Taylor. Tho cast wlil be made up largely from Mr. Dillingham's company now play ing "Tho Candy Shop," and rehearsals will begin next week. Frank Lalor and Rock and Fulton will appear in "Tho Echo." Negotiations are on for the forma tion of a conciliation board m the cot ton trades of England. Six hundred workmen were killed at their labors in Chicago during the last year, according to statistics. Tho farm laborers of Manitoba are demanding the same protection from in juries as is enjoyed by other workmei.. International bookbinders are at present voting on the proposition to re duce their assessments irom IV2 per cent to 1 per cent. As early as 1840 President Van Buren established the ten-hour working day lor all navy yard employes in the ser vice of the government. James Whitehead, secretary treasurer of the National Federation of Cotton Weavers, has been prominently connect ed with tho labor movement in Fall River, Mass., for more than twenty years. It is contemplated to send to Boston, Worcester, Stanford,' Hartford, Chica go, Cleveland and Kansas City a spe cial organizer to form into unions the waistmakers employed in those cities. Sixty organizations affiliated with the American Federation of Labor paid in death benefits during tho year just passed, $1,230,243. Twenty affiliated or ganizntions paid $731,955 in sick benefits. The Central Labor council of Stock ton Cal., has entered upon a new .scheme for tho purpose of raising funds for tho building of a new labor temple. It haa leased a theater and will run a moving picture show thqre, tho profit to bo used for the purposo named. Satisfactory settlements of points in ribpnte have been effected by tho Met ropolitan (London, England) Railway company with the whole of its employes in the traffic and permanent way do partmonts. At the next meeting of tho Montreal Trades and Labor council the question of forming a civic federation for the purpose pf settling all labor troubles by conciliation and arbitration will be considered. Before the recent election tho mem bers of the Montreal Typographical un ion decided to vote only for such munic ipal candidates who use the union label on their printing. Stickers to that ef fect were posted everywhere. Preparations aro already being made for the Fort Wdlliam, Ont., convention of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. President Glockling expects that it will be the most importnnt in the history of the organization. It is like ly that there will bo keen contest for the presidency. According to the report of John Wil liams, state labor commissioner for New York, 10,413 children under sixteen years of ate were found nt work in fac tories in the state during the past year. Of this number, 822, or about eight per cent, were employed contrary to law. In 1000, fully 27 per cent of the child ren employed were under 10 years of age. The sanitary conditions in depart ment stores have becomo greatly im proved and in some Y'ascs aro in ad vance of tho requirements of tho law, but of tho 4,943 children employed in such stores, 2,59G were employed llleg ally. MAJESTIC Theater TONIGHT M. M. KING PRESENTS REED & ARBUCKLE in MB ' MARIE DE BEAU The Original Tempest in "Tempest and Sunshine" at CANDIES AT REDUCED, PRICES Tho Adams' Confectionery aro elling all their candies at 10c to 25c per lb. reductions. Buy now. Send somo of tho Special Mining Editions of tho Silver Belt to your friends abroad. A few left at the low price of 25 cents each. Dreamland Theater Saturday and Sunday Nights, February 19 and 20 W. F, Mann presents Miss Marie De Beau in Lem, B. Parker's Dramatization of Mary J. Holmes' famous book "PUCK AND JUDGE" A Musical Comedy See The Airship Girls The Waitresses "M U M IS THE WORD" 'The Big Song Hit General Admission 25c. Reserved Seats 35c Seats on sale during the day at Maxson's candy store Visible Writing Originated Twelve years ago in the . 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