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WANT ARMY
SENT FOR
BERGDOLL
Legion Post Also Suggests
Congress Offer Big Re
ward for His Capture
OM of th* armed ftmo* of th*
Wt«d Statto bring Grove* Cleve
land Bargdotl. escaped draft evader,
from Germany to thta country ta
W|wl upon congress In resolutions
P*a*nl by Seattle post. No. It. Amer
ku lasgton, at tla meeting Frulay
HMi
CVll»iaii« la further Importuned to
•fhr a laxr» reward for hla capture
And or alive.
AfW pointing oat that Benrrton ta
a fugitive from tha I'niled Stalest.
■lm ha has N*n triad and arn-
Meal for evasion of th* draft law,
tMpaaolutions continue;
"WlanH. Uw MM IMnt dwilwl
BarMl ka>l>| aanspail la < nanj aaa*
mm to M»| artn«i aaad Mate* aaad ah#r
artaa Wine treaaied aa a her*. a hlls
taatfaia whs <Hd IWr ■lmpl* <al) la
M. ktauii) and roaatTT. U* ta aa
■Mated m>«. a as tktiMM vnAa
!• haapll ll 111 thhi traitor »llla»H
!• Mails* a lawUM at lit* wM
Ill,; law a* dsty aartnl b< th. raat
|NM tt ftksee t-sltod NMa. aula akt<-h
Ml Mar at au alastasa deed aad
•MaM aa i td)
■Htwiaa. tha aald Ores as rtevataad
•■fM h tha aaat at wasJthy aarauta
aad thta has 'nil it tha Mar) to ha
fWhaied that a rW4 maw CM 4a saythtog.
wtarh atary ta larif •• a MM at tha
tataavr at lka«> I mini Mala, what
aa aaM txatrr llanlaal HMIMI stosrfa
aa a traitor ta tha t'aMad Ottw. tart aad
fenaaatar. wa bsUeie thaa tha maa
ahaaM ha hwttl hark aad raaakad tar
Ma taaar lalas aa agstaal Uia i ■■airy
aad that If ha a aa< hta|H bark lar
■aaaj wtll tin ail tha hana far aaar
at taaaa afearkaaa aad that altad Maua
alt ha taa ias*hlag wtortt «| tha aarld.
m llMvWaaa ha It naatrad thai kaaltta
aaat Ma la at (ha lisialiaa laatia taa
Matt nail apaa Uaa i as*»aai at Ihaaa
fktlad Wain ta aitradlto aaid lawa
Ckai ilaa t Iki I a all. aad faalbaa. If a aad
la ta aathaka tha presidaeu at thaaa
MM Mat** ta aaa Uw anm ■! laraa at
taa faitiwi Main la daitvar Utls trait sr
. ha M aaaatiad. that If taaaaa-
M| aatftaa aha 11 affaa a large laaaad
fi» taa aaM Oawaaa < laaalaad Haft.wi,
Ml a slim a> a datltaai la lha caaa
aaadar af tha ataiaal av aar Aanrlaaii
taaaaa, ar to aa, I K esasal. aa aa;
•Mhartaad ataat af tha t'altad Malta.
paMa ta ar MI laHli, aad all a?haa
aataraa aegaslaalfc.—i alaa thai a tan
!T WHl!l."ha Caai an ■ a tar.
"C. W. AKIIKRT. raat Adjataat,-
Plana far tha American
Mlmt county conference ta ba ha Id
fcara February 23 war* placed in tha
tMßda af tba following committee: J.
JL. P. Henderson. Ralph Huunar
M Den HCKWM.
A trota araa taken ftrariof reten
tion at tha Waahington Rtata Nautl
Ml achool, at tha I'ntvendty of
VMibwton, 4b furnlah officer* tor
tba American merrhant marina
It waa announced that the peat
had won the rllk banner offered by
fea Hlartrai' welfare com mi a* ion for
Ska poat which found tha largeat
—ml ai af job* for unemployed ax
— Hi ■ man.
WE SPEND LOTS
TO DOLL OS UP
flan la no patrons' *trikn as far
tm tha barber buslneaa in Seattle la
aftaaarned. show figures Issued today
fey the retail trade bureau of the
Chamber af Otnamta
, Seattle men spent approximately
UrMQ.OM in lt!0 to get their hair cut
•ad partake at the other services bor
kan offer.
While tha man war* *pei*Sng that
OTaa. their wives, daagbters and
aaaathaarta ware leaving ttM.OOO at
iHtlr-dreaaing eataMlahmentSL
Woman during th* year spent lIS.-
4M.OM for millinery, ready-to-wear
garments, tailored sutta made hern,
■Od dress maker* who do not turn
aat tailored goods. For dental aerv
loa, etttxens paid oat approximately
time.
Starwich Rests by
Splitting Firewood
•Whoopee!" shouted Hherlff Matt
Starwich at his Auburn home. "XJiv
aate day Is a holiday."
Whereupon he seized an ax and
Sagan splitting two cord* of wood.
"Please m away and let me rest,"
fed muttered hatween swings to
WMld be Interviewer*.
Body Foand in Brush
To make poottlrn the recent Ilentt
flOUlon of the body recently found In
tke brush off the highway aouth of
Dli Molne* a* that of Chun Kane
-4% JajAncae gambler anrt convicted
•mrdercr. a check of Japanese den
tttll' and tailors' reconla la beln*
made, at the direction of Coroner
Willi* H. Coraon. f
Smallpox Epidemic
Here, Says Dr. Read
Declarihg that *milipr>x haa bwn
epidemic In Seattle and other North
want cltiea for two yearn. Dr. H. M.
Read, commlnlonrr of health. In a
•tatenx-rif to the ptiblle Friday, urged
general vaccination.
9 BynHR3|H v^RTv/
i _ DWL DRTO COMIWM,
- J*pecUi , Vies La
Wealth of
Femininity
in 'Fo
Pleating Offerings at the
Local Theatres for
Coming Week
tNirtaaiiuA, |ua, tiw«ty,
fantastle dancing. artistic grouping,
«• ntlmontaj lyrrai. cletrar comedians
and a artiole flock of pretty nutldens
(liln la UM variety promised 111
"The Greenwich Kulllea" tha bl* j
mimical revue which opena at th*
Metropolitan Sunday nlxHI for a
three daya' engagement.
The "FV>lllea" cornea to Haatfle artth
Ita New York company Intact.
Antonjt tha featured piaycra- -all of
whom were practically unknoan un !
til the rarua made Its metropolitan
del.ut at the Oreenwtch Vlllajre the
atre, are: Jamea ' alia. Tad
tha ~)am kin*." arxl hla "lau*hln*
tromhntnw"; Al Herman, Rytrla
Jaaon, Vera Oonlon. Jane the
lllckev Itrolhara and Kinllle lltipi
aid.
Wit .KITS HAS NKW
IXMiIMi MAN
Joaaph Mr Wanna Mr, Wltkea"
lateat rind In leadlnir man. will make
Ma Initial how aa the leadtn* man
with tha Wilkea stock company *1
the Wilkea theatre Hun.la* afternoon
In Oliver Mornao'i bl* comedy hit.
•Vtrtllan tlothea."
Mr. HcMatiui cornea to lleattle
hlKhly recommended by llr. Thomas
Wilkea and John M. Oooke. local
manager, who f» now In the Hoitth.
They aelarted him as the heat to be |
had to fill lha IK -JUon left meant
by Arthur Vinton, who leatrea yie
Ktace on aenmnt of hla htalth
llr M. Mann*, previous to Ills lon*
etperlenca In the motion pu-ture pro
fcialon, waa aasM-lated with a nuro
tier of Ihe toe Kaatern stork com
pan lea. but having a loncln* to »et
b-irk to the speaklnc staca, he de
cidtsl to accept the flatterinir offer at
tended him by Mr. Wilkea last week
in San Krancfctca. »
THE RAtJTIMK WKimiNtT
'AT IJCWS OlU'lim M
•The Ita (time Weddlnf" to tha of
ferln* of the I<rvy'a Musical Comedy
company at Ijevy'a Orpheum for the
week etarttn* with a continuous per
formance today.
The attraction la mid to be ana of
the moat elaborate and funnleat that
has y*t t*en preaente<! In the lanre
Third ave. theatre. I-cw White *rt*
jlnto a mlxup vhaa he la forced to
■ marry In order to Inherit his uncle's
eatata He plana a mock marrtaae
with hla stenographer, but It turns
out to be the real thin*, which places
White In a complicated situation
Ted tUmarck will lead the big fea
tured musical number. 'The Isnre
Neat" In which the chorus will ap
pear In a pretty talileau effect.
ILM'SION ACT TOPS
PAMfK HIP SHOW
■tilled as "the man of many facaa"
.the Great la follette combines many
haffUnc and entertaining surprises in
hla myateriotis illusion act. which
fotma to the Palace Hip ftunday aa
the headllnar.
Hand aad OotfM wtll furklah Che
chief comedy turn ta a eorf-dy skit
which Irtriudaa some tinging.
The Cromwella are reputed to have
aa entertaining novelty In their
srtitrtwlnd congtomerntloa of Jug
triery Pred and K.lsle Btirk appmr
In a braa»*y little offerlrg In which
tha man doee noatm Imperaooatlng of
rube typea
1 Winy and limine Hurley are aero
bata.
I "A I Jrtit Woman" ta tha faatxired
fttm play.
<»IIU. ACT rOMINO
TO PANTAOKtt
"last Night." a happy amnhtna
tkm of melody, mirth and pretty
girls, will ha th* feature of the new
ahaw opening at the Paatagea Mon
jduy afternoon. Tha offering la pre
sented by M. la Greenwald and baa j
tiarl CavAjiaugh. well known vaude
vllle and musical oomndy star, aa Its
leading player.
In The Tanco t-amrm." Ctiarile
and Addle Wllkans Intermingle live
ly songs and dancing.
Young' Orvllle Htamnv widely
known In vaudeville aa "the boy Mai.
rules," prnmlsea something alto
gether out of tha ordinary In his
demonstration of feats of strength
lAnotherI Another diverting novelty win he
"The Musical Mower Garden." pre
sen tad by Paul Petchlng.
Minerva Gnairtney snd Harry Ir
wtii win appear In a new comedy, "It
Just Happened "
A new episoda of "Bride IP* will
ha shown.
BI NOAIiOW FKATFTCKS
MVKLY <»IKI. KKVI K
Htartini? tomorrow nl*tit at II
o'clock. K (ieorue Wood"* latmt inil
mnet el&liorata of mtialcal rayww will
be U* main attraction at the new
II ii nia Io « theatre-reataurmnt on
Third ave.. Wwfn Pine and fttew
art »ta. One of the spectacular num
l*m of the n'W MM will be a bl* en
For Oood, Jui ry Htrak. go to
Hold t'a.—Advertisement,
METROPOLITAN
Thursday Eve., Feb. 17
JOSEF
l - -
HOFMANN
World's Ortmlmt I'ljuilttt
CONCERT
SKATS ON WALK MONDAY
AT 10 A. M. AT TIIK
MKTIIOroiJTAN
PIUCKM—tI 00 to 12.50
INGENUE WITH "FOLLIES"
I—Hhyllis Cameron, Met
ropolitan. %—Houurd f'unsrll,
W ilk 9a. 3—Mary McCrart
Hungalov. 4 —// amp to n
Make. Moore. s—Otear Ger
ard, Levy'* Orphrum. 6—Earl
Cavannaugh, Pontages. 7
Louise Hurley, Palaee Hip.
aemhla revue with tha girts la which
all th* prinrffwla will lalt a part, the
gtria making five compiet* changes
of costume* in thta ona number
alone Jesa Mendelaoo, Yvonne Parr
and Prankte Orover will all be seen
In new and novel aurprlaea.
De Luxe Chicken
Thieve* at Work
Otic ken thtevaa da lusa descended
on J. T. IUII** coop at Mortimer
Heigh ta They carted away 10 chirk
an* In an aula
Bureau of
Missing
Relatives
retell**! m Tfcs iipirlml le
•• Mp bl HMsltlsfl !>■■■ «b« kats IM
■*y mled. TH«M <HMM nlelle— m
ere BMBI ere tmwUm4 le HM'<
Ik* 4lmppm mrmmts 4lr*Hli |e TW lUf
lUs4sre eIM »«| IUM»« imm ■torn! «ete
el pei ■■>• MHIMH le Ikle felaM ee
»lee(s| are else le iifH le
Msr Of tear e ■ m ere I>vtte4
I" Hftalme «IKII ll e# «UI I»l1 el
•Mr ceswieeiUee.
In order to setlla an aetata It I*
desirable ta get in touch with th*'
following persons—Oi cater. Edwin,
Hoy and Ilarry How* Ibrothcral. It
la thought that some of th* hoya
may ba In Alaska. If their addreauaea
or whereabouts are known to anyone.
It would b* appreciated If they were 1
advised to rnmmunl'sts with Mr*
Anna C. H"ndry, 43] Eleanor il,i
Pltcalrn, I "a.
mspnuAce MP
I f) _ (?i I SUNDAY'
I TV TO WED.
offnoih
WMiiTIWIm
Woman" JSB
# W THf ORIGINAL AND ONLY
w? "BUZZIN'ARCXM) -
COJ^ANY
« «~> NC rw tuwoMtuv .T~» wmt A QUf£N BK CHORUS
PANTAGES
Matlam liM fletfaalaa Nniar Matin** Nlahte T aai •
M. LCrwimU lYnwnh
EARL CAVANAI'GII
"LAST NIGHT"
l
A»»l*t«d by Ann Frauds
WHh several nmfvnlal companion*
WII.KKNH ANII WIIJiK.NS OKVII.I.K STAMM
In "A Tango Tim Hoy |lit<ul«*"
I'AI L PKTCHINO COIKTNKY AND IRWIN
"Musirail Mower (Jarden* In "It Just Happened"
tmmm ——_
N F.I /M>N PA VTAI.KNrOPK
Honin .liugler Showing "Hrldn 13-
<iennral Adtnlax4on: Matineea, 11W-.; Night*. 40c
V | a a M | aMa | aHaHß | HaaMHHHM HHHßßnßHnaanHßaaaH|a|a _
TIT E SEATTLE STAR
Shave With
Cutlcura Soap
The New Way
Without Huj{
CARNIVAL FOR
DRAPER HOME
Orphans to Be Helped by
Fun Fest Next Week
Aa a rllmax to tha campaign to
nUaa 140 000 with whirh to build a
nrw I >r*i«rr fihlldmi'i h"m» at Daa
Molnea. a mldwlntar carnival will be
given at the Oyatal Ivmil. atiMlug
Monday and continuing ovary after
l.iKNl
KUborate prornuna of mtvdral and
romedy faaturra have born prepared
for each day atid evening laux--
Inn will be a feature from I to It
earh evmlni In addition a larva
number of bootha have been pre
pared
One of the attraction* wfll be the
auction of a valuable nil made of
"kin* from Houtli American fu*. do
tutted by a' Heat tie woman.
Home of the beat artora an the
roast have been obtained.
It la emphasised that thla la for a
worthy ranee rnr yeare Heattleltee
have seen the rhldren'a band from
tha Draper home plajlni on the
•treeta In all aorta of weather.
The building now u*ed at Dee
Molnea wan erected «0 yi*r* arn It
la a threeelory frame gtructure with
M rooma. ami for. 11 yea re has been
the nhelter for hundred* of father lee*
and mntherlee* boya and glrla. llut
tha old t.ulWl'n* haa been outgrown
and haa tmtllved IU uaefulneae
Mialem. I '«■-fort able quarter* for the
little folk* are hadly needed
Heratiae of the lack of a««*niimoda.
tlona many children aarji month are
turned awajr.
Kor aeveral weetai an effort haa
s>een nuide to rajae fund* thru the
*aJa of coinba, but It waa found (hi*
waa too alow Ho the mldwln'er c-vr
nival waa conceived and organised.
Poindexler Opposes
Philippine Change
Opposition lo any rhanr* tn th»
form of |<if«niinrnt la U» Itilllp
pin* bUnili until after th« n«n
Rdmlntxt ration am" lota offl<» U
the attitu<l» of Maoator Mllaa l*oln
d«st*r, ho «ay» In a latter rae«>tv*«l
toda r by RatJOrt H Horn*. pr*al
dent of tha (taml»r of Comawrr*
who adrt»««d him that tha local
i hamhor ha<l taken Ihla ataad.
Hfnator I'olndaitar alao adrtaed
ho «m la fator of t*ti>nHo» tn
«*rrtfw of Iha t'nlted fttatao ahtp
pine board truiulnff yaaaol Holly
wood.
Any rxdutlon from tho prwwint
appropriation for fopflw and do
rneaUr rmniwrre and Ik* ranmlar
and diplomatic wrvi™ would b*
dtaaatroua. writ* Honator |-oli>dr»
trr In indicating hla attitude on tha
•tand of tha chamber for prop"
appropriation* for foraiffn Unl*
promotion.
Eagleson Exonerated
of Blame for Death
Dr. J. B ISaclMnn. whoa* antoroo
Ml* * truck and fatally Injured Mra
sa rah mcguire U. » rdnmlay night,
waa imtwratMl of blame by a enrrv
r»r"» tnyeatieaUon Friday. Tho
oDtnan'i lack of oar* waa gtvaa am
tho (BUM of tha aootdent.
Ad Club to Hear
Meier and Douglas
rVirpor»lto« Ominael Mrtit wtll talk
to Ui* Ad Hub Tti«o4*y noon at the
Iton Marrh* on "Adr»r(l»»r«—the
Miwtanuiw of and Prow
rutins Attorney t*uicU* wIU eom
ment on the IMttr Ilu*lneaa bureau
NOW HERE
THE BIGGEST Wf
LAUGHING WX
BILL EVER— «Mjy J|ij9
THREE OF THE WW \
FUNNIEST COMEDIANS YA 1
IN THE WEST
CONTINUOUS
PERFORMANCE
TODAY
qi nin a v eddie
SUNDAY V\«\ Wright
_ j \\ \ one of the
\\ \ lhn» com fan
TTTK WOW THAT \ \ A hcrr to make
HAH KVKHYTIIING \\ VL JiHj happy
TIIAT-H WORTH ~T\ A
HAnNrMiOKURom >
AND NKW OOHTt'MKfI
CATCHV SOM.H \
KIABORATR NOVKT.TIKS
AM) IN OTIIKR WORD*— fMPFSa
A Bin TWOHOI'R TREAT VShmV
FOR A I'RH'K WITHIN _
RKACH OK AIX
"A RAGTIME
WEDDING"
—WITH—
OSCAR GERARD
LEW WHITE •
EDDIE WRIGHT'
0 AND A 810 COMPANY OF THIRTY-FIVE STARS
WITH A IAWIR BKAI'TV CHORCS OF
TWENTY GIRLS
CHORUS GIRLS* ,n "W* u» varlona nanism of
rnWTCCT choni* wll off it rJww a|m*-
THURSDAY EVE. c **' l pri» win be twanm TIW
audience will be the Judgea. Baoat
At Hif 7 and > o'clock ibowi for jour favorite cborui flrl!
FRISCO FERRIES
CRASH ON RAY
Passengers Frightened but
No One Hurt
ban rnANriMDfi. r«h u—The
Houthern I'artfit ferry ateainen
lledmont anil Oakland. runn'ng t*
l*»iwi the 'niklatid Mole a/id Hall
Krum-I»rn. collided In mldhay aoorlly
l>efon> I a. in. tu)v. No "na w»*
Injurnl ard Mlthw bml • « "rl
fujMly dfc'iiaged The bow nf tji* f«afc
land waa damaged «Uk:l t'y ""d the
w»lkin* beam of the Iledmon". w
reported trmpomrlly rut of wmmn
•lun. liut bolh boot* »»r» ebla to
nmllnui under their own power.
Owing to the hoar* fog In which
the colli*lon oorurre.l, liar ferry
eteamer* wera running on half «nh«l
ul* with Ui» reault thai (Iwibh thu
usual number of paa*«:iger» wor».
aboard. Thejr war* badly frighten
Ml. liul official* of tha company anid
there waa not an actual panto.
Wife Can't Testify,
in Mail Fraud Case
By a ruling of Kaderal Judge
Jeremiah Neterar Friday Mra,
(leorge J. nibhard w** barred from
I ratifying In behalf of her h unhand,
charged with ualng tha mail* Id
defraud The rourt *u«lalned A*
xlntiiiit District Attorney K. CI ftaa
gan'n objection that tha law doen
not leinpilM the wlfa of an ac
cuaed prraon a* a competent wit
nwia.
nnffßM
mini-
Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That la the Joy'"' <*T thooanda
rinre Dr. Edwards produced Otira
T shirts. the substitute tar cofameL
Dr. Edwards. a practicing phvadan
far 17 vears and calomel a old-time
rwtry. discovered the formula far Obve
Tablets while treating patients (or
chrome rrxwtipatwa Ml torpid Hrerv
Dr. Edwards' dire Tableta do not
contain calomel but a healing, aootfcinc
vegetable laxative.
No pipinc la the Ttfynote" of theee
Bttle wfar-aatid. olive-colored tab
let*. They rau* the howeb and Hver to
act normally. They never farce tbem
to unnatural action.
If you have a "dark brown mouth"—
bad breath—a dull, tired ieehnc— «dc
headache —torpid liver—conatipaboa.
you 11 find quick, aure and plcaaant re
■ulta frum cue or two of Dr. Edwarda
dive Tablets at bedtime.
Thouartda take them every oightjtart
to keep tifiiL Try thrnv LSc and S r
AMUSfiMENTS
TODAY
war i» a lAnt mari
Im fIUKH NATO la
'Hoxoa bocrd*
Itw A eta ad
% At lItCVII.LE
moorb sr. r .v.v
Aaavrnt kki.lsekmax
STIART lAHltri
vok>:« ua no*
jaxkt or ntAJica
rw aad Ollto Wall mi Tbmm
Rnilkrni Maaaadalla aad Mora.
mymtuucw -&
r^uW-ATTIRg y [SESTTAroAMTT e
ciitt wtu.am) _ __ r. c. wirrr,
STARTING E. GEORGE WOOD'S
SUNDAY I.ATBUT JkXU »orr UOMUCOK
n, ™L*ck Musical Review
or»-KHKti ix A »RT.KXNM
IT TUKI.VK IfIUH-aAIUMKO AHTIITI
—WITH TOK—
"SIX SWEETIES"
_ np _ . . wo nrrrrin Mi HOTW.TT ormniM
SPbtIAL with »cw iai. mnniM, «T.MC
TABIJC DIIOTIC A " D ,JOMTI> °
DINNER KKW rACES—NEW gIRI'HWES
FROM mTO »*» DANCING
NIUHTI.Y riohtlt rnom iroiin
bidic ar
A m caktb AND BATES' SYNCOPATED SIX
AKTKK-THKATRK i dumiiti—pA*rr*o mir«t
MTKCIALTIKB { TI Kilitrtt-IULOOX mout
WILKES THEATRE
FVUi and I-to. Bitot* ZMt
Week Starting with a Matinee Sunday
THOMAS WILKES
JQSEPH"mcMANUS
JANE MORGAN
And Um WUk<» Stork (ompan/
"CIVILIAN
CLOTHES"
Tha fmnia iwbMj <om( phy*J thMjr-fowr «)4i
tn La AnxH« and then look New York by alarm.
NOW FOR THE FIRST
TIME IN SEATTLE .
EYES, Me to II.M; MATS. SI'S, WED. AND
SAT, SJe to Mc. PU» TAX.
METROPOLITAN Wednead*7
Four Nights Commencing Tomorrow Nigbl
r— —————I The
mr «*•_, . Aa iWtmri Mm
■«« at all aXm- Bohemiani. >M *<t«r it iiu aa
aatltaa aUcrtaw «a twncraiana, wr-wtefc V |Ua*» to
the akifn a# ar- IrjC.. ttttrmt trmm aa y
ItaHf wmllMk 1 afkcr
ANNOUNCE
jH W* p]
ft Dariac aa4 CatartAl
taela Mirrartag tka NMlau
tka I'JMtlau, tka KlkW
aai tka Aatlra •( Xtw Talk's
Qaartlrr IV ■
If "
Book and Ijrlei by Fhinp tMhohnae mad Ma Murray
Anderaon. Mask by A. Baldwin SJoane
Original Greenwich Village Company and Production
WITH
James Watts, Ted Lewis, 'The Jazz
King;" A 1 Herman, Sylvia Jason,
Verna Gordon, Hickey Brothers
AND THB
Twenty Famous Artists' Models
Nlffhte-Knttra
Wedheaday Matinee—Orr*m.tra, S2 00; Balcony, SlJt, SLMfc
Gallery. Ma Ptua War Tu.
WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, FEB. 21
FOKTVNK OALLO PHKIKTTS
Wenterti Tour Direction Klwj-n Concert Bureau
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Anna Fitziu and Alice Gentle
OI MT ARTISTS
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Mudcal Director, Oaetano Mcrota.
SEATS NOW ON SALE
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Mall ordfra ahoald be areompanlrd by aclf*
addreaafd aad «(amped favds^
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 12.

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