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SCHOOL BELLS RINGING
McDONOGH NO. 4.
On Thursday last the closing ex
ercises of the 8th Grade A were
held at the Folly Theatre. A well
prepared and enjoyable program was
presented. Superintendent P. B.
Habans made an interesting ad
dress and presented the diplomas to;
the graduate3. Award of athletic and
class pins was made by Mr. E. W.
Burghi. Mrs. Amuedo and Mrs. Wil
liam Short made brief addresses,
the former speaking in interest of
the Nursing Class: the latter, for
the Child Welfare Station of Algiers.
Transfers have taken place and
the second term of our school year
has begun. Classes are well organ
ized and ready to begin real hard
work. We trust that the pupils will
with renewed efforts make the latter
half of the year the best one that
we have ever had.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Parents Co-operative Club will
be held on Tuesday, February 7, at
3:15 p. m. A large attendance is
Superintendent Edward Hines was
a recent visitor to our school.
Miss Mimi, the School Nurse, was
with us last Friday. giving the usual
weekly tooth brush drill to pupils
of the primary department.
At a recent meeting held at the
,A4iers Court House, the Parents
Club of Mc'onogh 4 offered its
assistance in helping the citizens of
Algiers in their efforts to keep the
Child Welfare Station of the Fifth
District from being closed.
Miss Kenner, who has been ill for
sometime, is reported convalescing
and expects to be with us again in
the near future.
Despite the veq unpleasant weather
of last Thursday afternoon, the Folly
Theater was crowded with parents,
friends and patrons of the school
who had assembled to witness the
Closing Exercises of the Adolph
Amid the singing of "Union Jack,"
as an entrance the graduates
marched out and took their respect
ive places on the stage, each one
wearing his cap of school colors,
which very clearly depict the school
motto "Let Us Be True." "The Wel
come Address" composed and re
cited by Mildred Sutton was very
creditably given. Then the Eighth
Grade sang "Love's Old Sweet Song"
very sweetly. The Distribution of
Certificates of Attainment came
next: Hon. Martin Behrman, hon
ored us on this occasion with his
presence. He addressed the gradu
atesw congratulated them and ex
horted them to try their very best
to continue their education even tie
yond the High School, if it were pos
sible. He stressed the needs of an
education, then turning to the par
eats assembled, he congratulated
them on the success their children
had made and entreated them to as
sist the school in every way, "for",
mid he, "no where will you dad a
handsomer school nor a better corps
of teachers." At the close of the
distribution of certificates, Mrs.
Frank Arsage, President of the Co
operative Club presented aeh girl
and boy a gold class pin, the gift
of the Club. Just then, little Leona
Hammond came forward and pre
ented HEon. Martin Behrman with
a beautiful bouquet of carnations'
end raes, the gift of the pupils ofI
the *hool. "Dace of the Falrles,"
sung by Mie Seventh and Elghth
Orades, received great applause. Kate I
Dourg, a pupil of the Eighth drade 1
A, in a very pleastng manner, pre- I
sented the classm gift, while Lorents
Delitnger, on behalf of the school. I
aeedpted it. Maues In De Gold, Cold, I
Ground was very well rendered by
the Seventh and Eighth OGrade.
Margulerite Rogers, the winsaome I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis(
Rogers, recited "When the Minister
Comes to Tea." She received great s
applause for the very creditable man
norw ain which she rendered the ee
letleon Ae a reeessional, the Eighth
Oride A gave "Nancy Lee." The
Farewenll addrees, wehich had been
eomupgeed by James Hill Gills, was
well rendered. Much applause was
given him when he referred to our
dear ol school, ad its colors of
ble ad green. e next number
we the class play, "The Templeton
Teaet," ,with the followlang char
Mr. Temapltn,. Elmer Grand
meyer; Mr. Ba ett,. Mmet Hingle:
rlie Dean, Anatol Landry: Prof.
Algereme Gates, Prank Lawson;:
Mr. Templete, Oro Drown; Sue
Templetoe Clare Moiet; Hida
pletea Peat Hymel: Mrs. br
- eat Irma Anm
Tee 'TWIes g Csab presented
with a handasme gld htar barrette,
Sea tken of the love and apprul
abea - ai the prinelpl and Miss
3rjir wee doely teached by this
; amh of esteem and the lss of Jan
ma, NS. wn lng lingaser tin sweet
a -lpn, in thelt earts,
It the weekbl epehig ea mp
" SmLr metie taset:
ighth O.rd- Ae - &n-ate Ladry
-a trii itep N wgeeemb,
see; i d n trs s.n,
. ' V
OF THE CHILDREN
11 The Herald will pay 50 cents In
L cash or mall the paler every week
for six nonths to any address given
for each childihb saying printed. 'ne
story told must never have been
printed before. i-Do not expect pay
"O for your story until it is printed .in
d . The Herald. Address BIright Sayings
to The Herald, H50 Verre t Street.
Leola, age four, was crossing the
river, seeing the vast body of water
she inquired "who put all that water
r in the river?"
' She was told God did.
d Leola not satisfied with this answer
asked "where did God get all that
water?" She was told when you get
d older you will understand. "I am old
11 enough now", she said.-J. V. C., 536
r Le Boeuf ave.
Sixth Grade B-Raymond Matu
lich Minnie Boudreaux.
11 Third Grade A-Muriel Galling
house. Thelma Alonzn. Marguerite
s Robichaux, Marie Hebert, Alice
Hines, Francis Mille, Alvin Alonzo.
s . Third Grade B--Elen Sutherland.
Serida Carona, Amanda Hebert,
Valeria Habighorst, Isabel Hebert,
I James Hintz.
Third Grade A-John Brechtel,
Frank Hotard. William May, Ruth
e Walck, Gladys Crabtree, Carl Brech
ter, Verner Lejune, Lucille Breaux.
Third Grade B-Aldea Rogers,
R Rhea Simon. Florence Eddy, Mathil
ie da Richards, Leonide Serpas, Loretta
h I lerney. Theo Rogers, Neil Maronge,
Victor Priez, Laura Fabiane.
r Second Grade B - Melba Camp
n bell, Leah Saling, Leona Hammond,
n ;ertrude lF'laaagan. Louise Pujol.
Caliste Bourgeois. Anna Menetree,
William Wheelan, Arthur Baudean,
er Eighth Grade A-Frank Lawson,
ly Pearl Hymel.
s, Eighth Grade B-Elsie Trudeau,
ofl SIhea Trudeau. Mazie Breitling,
1e Lorentz Bellinger, Fred Collette,
lh Anthony Pittari.
Seventh Grade A--Leola Untbach,
,, Arthur Hotard.
Seventh Grade B-Jennie Scott,
es Thelma Hintz, Elizabeth Costella,
Sixth Grade "A-Myrl Brechtel,
George Tierney. Mary Napveux.
Sixth Grade B-Angeline Chag
nard, Phyllis Bieber, Ben Cantin,
Irma Dean Simon.
Fourth Grade A-Flavia Corona,
,, Floyd Guiljot, Norestine Bieber,
'Iucien Esnard, William Habighorst,
Fourth Grade B-Henriette
Grundmeyer, Mary Caruso, Elsie
Trudeau, Lloyd Colette, Jackson
" Molaison, Maxime Hebert, Leslie
Third Grade B-Isabel Hebert,
Amanda Hebert, Ellen Sutherland.
Third Grade A-Verner Lejeune,
Frank Hotard, William Brechtel,
Third Grade B-Victor Pries,
Laura Fabiane, Theo. Rogers, Rhea
Simon, Loretta Tierney, Mathilda
Second Grade B-Arthur Baudean,
Wilbert Edgecombe, Anna Menetree,
William Whelan, Louise Pujol, Ca
liste Bourgeois, Leona Hammond,
Leah Baling, Melba Campbell, Ger
b The mid-term exercises of Belle
Sville School were held Friday morn
2 ing it the Fbily Theater.
The following pupils of the Eighth
h A Grade received certificates of at.
e tainment: Ura Balgin, Gertrude
a Bairnsfather, Clothilde Boudreaux,
Ida Barmaster, Madge Clark, Gene
s vieve Cleatat, Leonore Daaenhauer,
I. Enola Decker, Norms Dagas, Zde
i, Gay, Charlotte Higgins, Llllian Ol
y vier, Anna Peerez, Lucille Phillips,
p. Thelma Btering, Xavier Talbot,
a Dionese Vitter, Regina West and
a Catherine Barton.
r The program, which was ably pre.
t sented, was as follows:
- nvocation, Rev. C. C. Weir.
SSong, "Praise Ye the Father."
a Wand Drill--Class.
H OOW WN 6h E
PAD OF CGRau
e5 5g .
sons To mv see
Lawrence asked daddy to draw a
cow. He did so, even though he was
not adept at drawing.
Lawrence looked at it thoughtfully
and then remarked: "Daddy ,next
time you see a cow look at it good."- I
e A little fellow seven years old, had
r broken his father's pipe. The father
r was absent from home. and the child of
Istarted crying. The mother told the be
child to stop crying and he replied: at
r"I1 wish my daddy was like George
it Washington's father." "Why?" asked ]
t the, mother. "Because, when daddy ha
d comes home and I tell him the truth, ste
6 lie won't whip me," replied the young- sta
ster.-H. B. C. sat
- Recitation. "One, Two, Three,"
- Compcsition, 'CivicS," Lucille on]
e Phillips. kai
e Recitation. "It Can Be I)one," FI(
X. Xavier Talbot. nu:
I, School song-school. In
t, Play (a farce). "The Ugliest."
t, seven members of Eighth A.
Address to class by Mr. William bei
1, Frantz, member of Orleans School Ia
h Board. ot
Presentation of certificates of at- het
s. Presentation of athletic buttons.
1- Presentation of class gift by Char- ma
a lotte Higgins. ¢h,
e, Winners of attendance cards and cal
winners of deportment cards. lio
-- "Star Spangled Banner." go
1, Benedictiwo by ,Rev. C. C. Wier.
e1 McDONOGH NO. J. sol
' The Third, Fourth and Fifth grade ma
pupils visited the old French quar- to
ter to end their project on the study ex
' of New Orleans. The children en
joyed the trip very much, as many bit
'' interesting sights were seen.
' The Fourth A and Fifth B grade ne
' pupils held a little health playlet on del
Friday morning as the outcome of wil
their health project. The characters
in the play were: crt
I Cleanliness-Lenora Smith. hn
Posture-Floyd Wattigny. All
1, Food-Adeline McGarr. lia
Drink-Muriel Albrecht. me
Exercise-Camille Prados. col
Rest-Catherire Guarisco. Fo
Cheerfulness-Shirley Bond. art
Advice-William Clasen. 3
Health posters and booklets were I
made by the class. The interest of tai
S'the children was greatly shown by hai
e the widespread search that was made we
a for suitable pictures to illustrate the ind
e different warders of health. the
Although this has been the first Mc
year at competitive games, our 55. Du
inch ball team has done remarkably En
well. In their last game they de- ant
feated a picked team of Zachary Tay key
lor and Samuel J. Peters. 'The score roi
was 13-4. The proud little mem. Mu
bers of this team were Wesley Babin, ret
William Clasen, John Culver, Edward aid
Hibbens, Floyd Wattigny, James Ken. Roy
nedy, Rudolph Peres, Norbert Ford, nol
Charles Mosholder and Percy Jones. sos
As promotions have been made, me
'ten girls and fifteen boys have left Bill
us to enter the Bepeville and Mc- an
Ie)nogh No. 4 schools. They leave Jot
with our heartlest wishes that they Vet
will do as much to abow what good and
work is being done in McDonogh No. Job
5, as many of our previous children i dre
have done. IKe
Misses Fitzpatrick and Vezon are Bis
d planning to canvass the school dis- Dal
trict for new kindergarten pupils, as der
e twelve have been promoted to 4hst cobi
Perfects in spelling for the week Dul
ending Jan. 27 were: Second B Mo
IGrade: Lillian Aubert, Emily Fears, Get
Emelda Bunrmaster, Joseph Cook, Cal
Clifton 8telb, Merrill Diket and oth
Vivian Buras. Second A and B 3
I Grades: Angelo Barruchia. Otis Bur- Jas
master, Clinton Aubert, George Hof.
Smann, Edward Ridge, HIlda Bougon,
Florence Bowers, Theresa Congemi,
Mildred Fisher, Freda NaslnSer, Vera t
Cook, Ruth Treadway and Ermniie give
Abbott. Third B: Ethelyn Albrecht, 21s
epEqj'u %( -iJ, .toeI •Bu
-4 C~ont" "n
LII, ALWIE3, LUUIUIAIA_
SNEWS SUMMARY "
rather After trying for 15 years, residents f,
child of the Fourth and Fifth Wards have b
d the been granted a school to be erected p
plied: at Orleans and Hennessey streets. tl
asked Believing that construction costs
laddy have reached a low level the home
truth, steads are urging home building,
oung- stating that they now have the neces
sary funds and will finance building G
to the utmost. B
The past week Louisiana reported A
ucille only 4 cases of influenza, while Ar- F
kansas reported 64; Georgia 52, and 1l
one," Florida 21. A large increase in the al
number of cases have been reported ,1
in the North and East. 311
iest." -- fc
The Home for Homeless Women is A
lliam being taxed to capacity says Miss El- .
chool la Henderson, by women who are out
of work being sent to New Orleans by w`
af at- other Southern cities to seek work R
a Eugene Cavorie, the mathematical L
Char- marvel of the Warren Easton school. J
and howed Rotarians by his lightning Is
n calculations that it would be 89 mil-: G
lion years before prohibition would
go into effect.
The Young Men's Business Club is
solicting funds to establish a mop
grade making factory at Warrington House
uar- to furnish emergency employment for
study ex-service men.
a en- Marjorie Seymour, Joseph Bruno, Ab
many ble Smith. b
This week is the beginning of a
grade new term, and we hope that all kin
et on dergarten and First Grade children
e of will be enrolled this week.
icters The following pupils deserve great
credit for their excellent work dur- r
ing the past term: Simon McNeely,
Alfred Walter, Walter Graham, Lil
lian Lloyd, Celia Anderson and Ray
mond Burmaster. These children
covered the work of both Third A and
Fourth B Grades in one term. They a
are now in Fourth A Grade. a
MISS REYNOLDS ENTERTAINS. il
were Miss Margaret Reynolds enter- a
st of tained the Unique Club at the Al
n by hambra Thursday. Refreshments
made were served abundantly and dancing
e the indulged in. Those present were -
the Misses Norma Wheatley. Orville
first McMahon. Imelda Schroeder Inez
r 55 Dupuis, .Ilda Boylan, Stella Le Blanc,
kably Emma Collins, Honora Thates, Alma
I de- and Hazel Lauman, Blanche McClos
Tay key, Notie Richards. Juanita Fur
score row, Mildred McCauley, Macrina I
mem. Muntz, Camille Mothe, Lillian Ger
tbin, rets, Francis Haggerty, Claire Can
ward sidy, Lois Gravols, lone and Gladys
Ken- Rooney, Roseada and Netsie Rey
Pord, nolds, Messrs. Chester Atkins, Nel
ones. son Graham, Jos. Stassi, George Pal
nade, mer, Tom Bucholz, Clayton Umbach,
left Bill Donner, Edgerly Schroth, Edwin
Mc- and Warren Stacey, John Porrest,
leave John Kramme, Charles Chaperone,
they Vernon Durand, Bill Stenger, Leslie
good and Lee MoMahon, Zepple Susslin,
SNo. John Leonard, Noie Richards, El
idren dred Drumm, Melford Pitre, Warren
Keenan, Behrman French, Albert
are Bishop, Earl Cayard, Ringold Olivier,
dia- Dan Martin, Mike Horne, Bill Hl
s, as derbrand, Jos. Lawrence, Ernest Au
taet coin, Loraine and Lester Broussard,
Jo. Monies, Jimmle Charbonnet.
reek Dutch Hoffman, Charlie and George
dB Moss, Pete Bordelon. Buddy Harte,
ears, George Allen, Boyce Dumerest. John
ook, Callulet, Mrs. J. Reynolds, and many
I B Music was furnished by Hardy's
Bur- Jazz Band. I
on.NG PjTr. Y
Ve A very pleasant King party was
aane given on Sunday evening, January
cht, 21st, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. te
Peter, Milliet, 930 Conti Street, by
Teddy Musacehia and Miss Mary
Burns who were recently knighted
king and queen at a party knighted ai
elsewhere. A veay large gathering
were lreaent, and Mr. Paul Milliet
and Miss Ruby Buarns were elected
the new king and queen. After the
coronation, the kingl and queen were
robed in their royal garments and
marched through aisle of their ladies
in waiting and gent aides to the
royal couple. Each couple were con
ferred a title by the new king and
quesn Refreshments were abund
antly served. Music.waa furnished
by Mr. Oscar Marcour, well known
Jazz viollnst, accompanied on the
piano by Val Risng and Chester .At
kin. Vocal and Jazz selections were
rendered by Mr. Teddy Mimacehla,
well known in many soclais of the
city. Dancing was indulged to a late
Among the guests preent were:
Misses A. Cantin, Di. Baker, L. Tlrip
lino, L. Prat, L. Bernard, 8. sad
L. oFeeney, Ruth Ulmora, D. Ohlen
drof, o. Chauvian, M. Haaleyr, there
im Stila Mreadal will pesm
a sebeedl o denlg ainAie
wha reulred number of e.
drum are cbe med.
Thibe iSemesd Wet plre
plemm or eI m. eT -s . ashalsm.
t~n7 I..:7m 1LL. .hmbsL Q ad
*~eny '~ t I, r . aa
TIULAE THEATHE. h
Nance O'Neil. America's most dis- 0
tinguished emotional actress, whose i
work on the international stage has d
made a deep and lasting impression, r
Shas a far more startling role in "The
Passion Flower." which comes to the r
Tulane Theater on next Sunday night EI
nts for a week's engagement, than sh, tE
ive has ever played before. In "The t
ted Passion Flower." Miss O'Neil plays 1i
the part of Raimunda. the unfor- t
tunate mother, who finds her dream C
sts of mature love shattered by the
ne- perfidy of her daughter and her hus- a
ng, _ _d
Ing Goodwin, J. Musacchia. 31. and R. a
Burns, M. Biersoll, C. Conart, Jean i
Owin, A. Gross, M. Milliet, S. and d
ted A. Catgnese, C. Riche, F. Cadaro, n
kr- Francis Musacchia, Mr. and Mrs. P. O
nd Milliet, Mr. and Mrs. C. Brangel, Mr. tf
he and Mrs. H. Dallam, Mr. and Mrs. tl
Led Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. B. Hart.1 a
Messrs. P. L. Stenger, J. L. Longue-I r
fosse, D. and Tony Musacchia, C. S. b
is Atkins. Jos. Dutiel. G. Montgomery., t
El- J. Tripolina, R. Royland, G. L. Staf- ti
tut ford, A. and V. Ulmer, Val Ring, la
by W. and C. Burns, W. Brenille, J. S
brk Rickoll, F. Gardner, P. Arriaga, E. s
F. Cloutet, M. Brown, O. Marcour, ca
Paul Milliet, Teddy Musacchia. M. C.
cal Landry, A. R. Mandella, A. Rothang.
°ol, J. L. T3ca, Jr. J. Lawrence, A. El- in
ng lerman, F. D'ric, Jno. E. Smith, J. a
Graffeo, John Milliet, S. Graffeo, ei
is EXPERIENCED. i n
use "How far do you travel in c.rssing f
for the ocean from Liverpool to New r
York?" asked the teacher. o
"Four thousand miles." replied the
"Oh, no. Think again," said the
inIm right," persisted the youth. "It
en ays three thousand miles in the book,
and that's what it is in a straight line. h
at But I'm counting the ups and downs.
ur- 've been across." a
Al-' Not So Wild.
y- "Mercy! " exclaimed the nervous
en traveler. "What terrible looking sav
nd ages! Could we do something to over
1ey awe them and make them think we are
"That will hardly be necessary. The
. leader of the band seems about to take
er- our picture with his kodak."
ng Cholly Lispinwell (at the telephone)
tre -4 want f-free tickets for topight.
le Box Office Clerk (gruffly)--Ira
ez list s suspended.
4c, Cholly LUsplnwell-I don't ,nt
na them free. I want to pay for fre
Sree-free. Can't you see? rm holding
ur- p free fngers:"
3y STALE TALK
l- Are you fend
'in .Ye dearest
st, but dnt tell e
P Lat's giv a cheer
' Por OlA Man Greel;
d, .* keeps his own
at. ront doosway clms.
n Durn a discussion with his wih
toeching things domeetic, Orouachiigh
ey delivered hlmself of the followlng
ead, I have observed that sh
Swho makes a good pudding In silence
is of greater worth than she wh
makes a tart reply."-Wayside Tales.
a sy, Nell, I ru dlng that
ry there are sty diferent ways at olh
'a. lag potatoes."
bly Te heard so, butboiled-"
ry "Well, don't you think tt would he
ad exciting to try ene of the other ity
ad nine ways nce, fst as an ezp
ed A Ralal Upllftr.
he Jack-My brother takes up Freh a
e Speiab, Itallaa,.Hebrew, German san d
e Ji-GoodarsI When does he s
-Study! He doma't stuy.
id He rena an elevator.
"Whet reaso have you," the judge
e asked, "sor thinking yoar hueiand Is
S "B\swasr a a automobile a -
' mtteld that he was to blame."
Lots 6th District
t., te. erms t st. Will ball
Redl Hot Oi
Red indium Tonic
for poar stemp
Tea~j~ saf: thag manum gi
band, who changes his proper rela- the
tion as the girl's step-father to that eno
of her lover. "The Passion Flower' san
is Jaconto Benavente's great Spanish the
drama. It is one of the most stir- in
ring dramas ever written and it gives for
Miss O'Neil ample opportunity to non
mount to the heights in her won- has
derful art. and at times .she actually ture
terrifies her audiences with the in- bee
tensity of her emotions. The story 'ber
lends itself to the wildest exhibi- T
tions cf human passion, and Miss ,li
O'Neil makes the most of it. It is tral
based upon the unlawful passion of its
a prosperous farmer for his step- I ac
daughter, who. hating him, suddenly rhei
finds that she too is the victim of
a fate that has drawn them together. wa,
This predicament naturally pro- 'a
duces a reaction in the wife and tion
mother. Like a liohess, Nance star
O'Neil leaps upon them and impales can
them with an artistic power posi- to '
tively terrifying in its vivid force. o
and with such a sweep or horrihle i
rage and frenzy as to fairly stir the Ba}
blood of the most hardened old lear
theater-goer. The scenes are laid in Thi:
the Castilian country, and all of the p-rt
languor and hidden fire of the
Spanish heart is accentuated in the 'he
superb presentation of the Ameri- "n
canized drama. fur
Miss ,O'Neil was last seen here Kin
as the mother of the prodigal son Mat
in "The Wanderer," and she made tert
a deep impression upon her audi- dan
ences by her impassioned acing, but gynl
in "The Passion Flower" she is far
beyond any previous triumph in her l
portrayal of a tense and utterly hu
man character - a character that F
fears nothing in the tumult of its Ha,
righteous indignation at the caprice feat
ORPHEUM THEATRE. SFic
One of the season's most im- Johi
portant attractions is Francis X. Boy
Bushman and IBeverly Bayne, who T
headline the bill the week of Febru- vaut
ary 6 in the playlet, "Poor Rich the
Man." The personal appearance of Algi
.-- E'* "'ovem 'yha'9"gn UL a'aa8 saLaULUU.
DAVID WARK GRIFFITH
"ORPHANS OF THE STORM"
("THE TWO ORPHANS")
SHIBERT-ST. CHARLES THEATIE
Matinoe Daily thereafter at 2:15; Nights 8:15
Prices-Matinees: 2c. to $1.00. Night: 50c. to $1.50
BEGINNING SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
"The Passion Flower"
AU.T' A't S W.T \% VADVVl..l.E
Foto's' Folly Theatr,
-SUNDAT, PU 5--Charles Ray In "Two Minutes to Ge." Clyde Cook 1i
Saller." Fox News.
MONDAY, PFS 6-Tem Mi In "The Night orseqgana." "Tiger Bi.a
TUUSDAYt Feb. I-Allen Dwan production, "Forbidden Thing." -Scea
WEDNUSDAY, F. S-ll star, "God's Crucible." Elm. Lincol in "
of Tarsm." Mtt and Jeff.
TlURSDAY, FR. --Thomas Meighan in "Elsy Road." For News.
FRIDAY. PL. l--Deouglas Fairbanks In "The Nut." Pathe Review.
SATURDAY. FED -ame as Friday.
o oss Open snn a w S p. a., ee taes asgin hOo p. m,,
Rones open Waek esai p. s., t.reams. esta0
agoe enig a la es as8: p. a.. wi sll no ue P,-n.
'iNTw L glesu., . "
*A «'A. *v. t, "-. ".
TRAIN THAT BOY
t• ioe th e als of a dmar[
A 8s- be ageea woi emearae ble i the di rectle
Alstrs rTrust d Sain* e
these two a t lhe' Or;'"n will
enormously int, rel''t* to the tb!
sand, of pirsrt' hr re who adra
ihthem so artitly .htn they
in the, lt\ i, ""s. .1 BuShtli hlaD,
for it l -ng t ih t. isV*t' c tsidered tl
most ;opular tnal ''tar in the m0iL
has aipp..arild in ml, :,1 4)
tures. .1i.- t:, : .. hil wife,
hbeen in meore t),;ln .;.: I of that af
The fact thia \Ir ltuihmnan W
M.iss Bayne have I.. n SUcessftl i
transplanting th..r r. -l popi.
ity to . vau.le thle , h',wn in tk
'Poor Rich \at;." thir play.
was written tby Eldin hlurke. and
a satire rep.lete with 'o:medy sit
tiolns and aftordin_ hbith sert
stars the chance to show what
(anll do when 'h' have thuir vol
to help them.
On the bill with Iia uhman -
Bayne is the brthlitr of a New r.
leans rabbi. 1Dr. E. W. Leipl
This is Nate Li.ipzig.,r. a card .
p)rt of international reptlration.
other iunusually intoiresting act -
'he bill will be illy .tArlington 0
('minl;any in a conil.1y skit. '
four remaining ;M,·! ar'.: York a
King in "The Old F'amlily Tintype;
Mae and Rose \Vilton. youthful *
tertainers: Andrieff Trio, Ruali
dancers, and Burns Brothers, co o
H. N. G. (C. THEATRE.
Friday, Feb. 3rd.-Little Yi
Hawkshaw, Eileen Percy, a plg
feature. Breaking Through, Eptis
14, Meyers and McDonald. Fllekt
Flicker, Little Star, Gump Carteoo
Sunday, Feb. 5th.-Where Mr
are Men, Winm. Duncan and EIi
Johnson. Friday, 13th. Hall ReA
Boys comedy. Movie Chat No. It.
Tuesday, Feb. 7th.-Four acts
vaudeville and moving pictures.
the benefit of the Child's Welfka