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KREBS, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1913
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The Home of Pleasing Photo Plays
Pictures changed every night
Four Big Reels Every Night.
Prices 5 and 10 Cents
Spend an Evening at the
Closing of St. Joseph's School.
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A large crowd was out at Lake
Park to enjoy the band concert
and other amusements on last
Sunday and everybody seemed
to have spent a pleasent after
noon and evening at this popular
On Sunday June 8th a special
attraction is offered the public.
In addition to the many
attractions, Pi of. G. A. Veseth,
one of the most daring aeronauts
in the councry will make an
ascension in his monster balloon
and a parachute leap after the
balloon has attained a height of
over one mile. The Rush Stock Co.
will render that beautiful 4 act
custume play, "Cinderella."
Special theatre car leaves Krebs
8 p. m. landing you at park dome
entrance in plenty of time for the
The inturban is better prepared
i to handle the crowds this season
' than ever before.
Make your arrangements to be
, there Sunday.
The hands in the White Swan
Laundry at McAlester went out
on a strike Tues. They refused
to ceo to work because the oroDri-
other etors would not sign a recently
adopted scale. Their places were
filled by non-union workers.!
McAlester holds a trades day
on June 17. This is something
that the Miner has been agitating
for Krebs for the past 3 months
but we have'nt got it.
At the last shoot of the Krebs
newly named Gun Club of this
city a great many taken part
that had not attended heretofore.
Our limited space prevents us
giving the names of all that took
part in the shoot of 25. Clar
ence Homer broke 23, Joe Homer
21 and Harry Hokey 20 -the bal
ance securing all the way from 9
In the shoot of 50 the follow
ing scores were made:
Clarence Homer 45
H. H. Hokey -. 39
H. W. Kiple 39
Frank Hokey 36
Joe Homer u 40
Cecil Homer 36
In the next event at 12 pairs,
two birds thrown from the trap
at once, the following score was
Ivey Bales 17
Frank Lorince 13
H. W. Kinle 20
Chas. Homer 21
Frank Hokey 16
The Ha-Ha Gun Club of Krebs
ranks among the best in Okla
homa and they stand ready to
meet any club for a contest,
either, single, double, or any
number you like. You fellows
that think you have got some
crack shots, trot 'em out we'll
try and interest you, at least.
The closing exercises of Sti
Joseph's school took place at the
Opera House here on Tuesday
evening, June 3, at 8 p. m. A
-large and appreciative audience!
was kept spellbound throughout.
matic numbers showed very
careful preparation, and were
rendered in a manner that re
flected much credit on the teach
ing staff, and gave bright hopes
for the young ladies and gentle
men who went through the sub-
Most Modern Woman's Store in
Ladies' Ready-to-wear Gar
ments, Millinery, Ladies'
Shoes, Fine Dress
Goods and Dress
At the Airdome.
The Rush Stock Co., opened
the Star Airdome at McAlester
to good business Monday night.
This is the best company that has
played the dome this season.
The plays are all new and their
specialties are good. Following .
is list of their plays for the rest ,
of the week:
Thursday, "Brought and Paid
Friday, "Unto the Third and
Saturday, "The Sales Lady. "
The Friday night bill is one of
the seasons newest plays and is
being featured by Rush this
season. This company will also
be seen at Lake Park Sunday.
Manager Wilkins announces
the McDonald Stock Co., for
next week. The company has
been playing in Kentucky all
winter and are just opening in
Oklahoma for the summer. It
is one of the best companies on
the road. You. can't afford to
The vocal, instrumental and dra-' ioined program:
Drama in Five Acts Cast:
Miss Geraldine, Young Irish Orphan Miss
Nora Malone, "Granny" ... Miss M. Berardo
Betty, Geraldine's Maid, Miss J. Michael
Aileen, Eva, Nancy Little Scholars
Ezekiah and Jobe Patterson, Quakers, B. Mc-
Cann and C. LaPorte
Deborah, Ezekiah Patterson's Kind Wife, ,Miss
Children at Play in Streets, News Boys &c.
Mr. Edward O'Conner, Geraldine's Guardian,
Mrs. W. O'Connor, His Worldly Wife, Miss M.
Clementina and Maud, Her Fashionable Nieces,
Misses L. Michaels and S. Berardo
Mrs. Harriman, housekeeper, ..Miss A. Ansier
Doctor T. Clarke
Miss Scarron, trained nurse, A. Cinocca
Susan, Parlormaid, M. Berado
Effie, colored maid, C. Naughton
Paulina and Polly, late arrivals from Holland,
Misses Kurtz and Hynal
Accompanist Mrs. Dudley Buell
Musical Violin and Piano Duett, Miss H.
Lowerison and Master J. Lowerison
Piano Solo Miss Marie Kierdoff
Vocal solo, "Daddy,' Miss Rose Sciallabe
Liberty Drill Intermediates
Vocal. Selection, Angel's Serenade, ...... Misses
H. Lowerison M. Kierdoff and M. McGennis
Piano Solo Miss R. Sciallabe
Violin and Piano, . . Jas. and Mary McGennis
Twenty Little Chinamen
Valedictory Master T. Clarke
In the drama, "The Coming
of Geraldine," Miss Teresa
Clarke, the heroine, displayed
much dramatic talent, as did al
so Miss Mollie Clarke, the Misses
Michaels, Berardo, Ansier, Cin
occa. The boys, as Quakers in
the street scene were encored,
and it can be safely stated that
Sir Walter Scott, were he pres
ent, could not refrain his ap
plause Avhen Masters J. Dejaci
mo, F. Hynal, T. Clarke, B. Mc
Cann, C. LaPorte, C. Barry, C.
Naughton, J. Lowerison and
others appeared on the scene.
The "Angels' Serenade," by
Misses Lowerison and Kierdoff
had a very touching effect. The
vocal solo by Miss Rose Sciallabe
was highly applauded, as was
also the piano and violin duett so
well rendered by Miss Mary and
Master Jim McGennis.
As vocal and instrumental ac
companist Mrs. Dudley Buell de-
miss a simrle nicrht at the Star
Airdome next week. Remem- served unstinted praise,
ber the prices aae 10, 20 and 30. The salutatory by
Chas. Richards, colored, was
killed lpst Saturday in Mine No7
3 at Carbon. Funeral services
were held under the auspices of
Evening Star Masons No. 51, H.
L. Hodge, Master; New Zealand
K. of P. No. 6, G. W. Warren C.
C; Grand Order I.O.O.F, Blue
Eagle No. 4825, G. W. Warren,
N. G. He was a member in good
standing of all the above orders.
Carano is preparing to
picture show in Opera
Naughton and the valedictory
by Thos. Clarke speak for them
selves. The awarding of diplomas hy
the Rev. G. Guillaume only kept
the happy recipients in suspense
for a short time. They were
awarded to the Misses M. and
Teresa Clarke, Miss L. Michaels;
Miss A. DeJacimo and B. Mc
Cann. In his closing remarks
Rev. Guillaume complimented
the pupils for the creditable
manner in which they went
through their interesting pro
gram. He highly extolled the
Sisters of mercy as the pioneer
teachers of the state and dwelt
on the great work they had ac
complished, also .their refining
influence on society as teachers
and educators the great secret
of their success being that they
are specialists, and a specialist
is a person who has concentrated
all the energy of his mind, his
soul and his judgement on one
particular object, so all his facul
ties being undivided thus he
must be more prominent than
the one who is divided on many
things the sisters are not en
cumbered by the anxiety or care
of a home, ambition for money,
etc., heart and affections are
centered in one object, the in
tellectual and moral training of
the child, the uplifting of their
homes and of society in general.
An exchange hits the nail on the
head as follows: You will likely
find something in your paper you
cannot endorse. Even the Bible is
rather plain and hits some hard
licks. If you were to get mad
and burn your Bible, hundreds
of presses would go on printing
them. Call the editor all sorts of
names, the paper will still be
published and what is more, you
will continue to sneak around and
borrow a copy from your neigh
bor. It is better te keep "your
vest pulled down and your sub
scription paid up.
Miss Pauline Marcum of McAl
ester has accepted a position
with the Krebs Lumber Co.
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