Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 15, 1912 · Page 3
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Iola, Kansas
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Monday, January 15, 1912
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THE lOLA DAILY REGISTER. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15.1912. Clearail q! All WiDter Goods Every Coat, Suit, Skirt, Furs and Millinery will go regardless of the eciSt price™in many instances less than cast price. I|(^iieafor ..dBotteriek Fashion Books For FEBRUARY now on sale at our pattern counters. RAMSAYS PBSONAIS I -Dr. S. A. Coffman left yesterday for Joplin, Mo., on business. The W. C. Teats Realty Co.. Kress Bug. Office rooms 22 to 24. The meeting of tho libr.iry board which was postponed from last Tii»'s- day nifht wUl be held tomorrow at the library. 'At the regular monthly mciiUK "f tho sciiool board tonight a new mau- ibl training te^icher to take the iilaco ct H. E. Tewell, resigned, will bo selected. i —C. J. Peterson: Farm Loans. Insurance, Abstracts. A M. Sidwpll left Siiturd.iy night for Kansas City where he lias s<-f urcd a position with a cleuniug and iin>ss- Ing establishment. —Sealshipt Oysters, be.«t on the market. City Meat Market. Phone 818. Attorneys Wallace Andf -r.';on and Chris Ritter went to Joplin this inorn- tas on business connected Mith the case of the sute against Estill which comes up in the district court this week. —Mr. Snodgrass, tuner and repairer of pianos aad organs, expects to return to Tola the first of next week. Orders for this work can be sent to Mr. J. Bonner, 423 South St. Telephone 210. Dr. A. B. Twaddell sustained a broken rib Saturday evening while in a friendly scufSe with bis brother. The lajury is not serious. —Choice County Butter at City Meat Market Phone 818. Seat sales for "Bright Eyos." the big musical comedy at the Grand Thursday night-started today. The big cast of sixty people and the elal>- orate program (printed elsewhere in today's Register) seem certain to draw a large audience. A number of out-of-town reservations were made today. —Choice County Butter at City Meat Market. Phone 818. Helen Law, the two-yoar-old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Law is reported to IK - seriously ill from an 111- sesB resulting from an attack of the XQumps. Mr. and Mrs. £. J. King of Garuett. are in the city today for a visit with , friends. «-4% Xoney. B. JL Ciuiplnitham. Thomas Clark who has been employed for sonio time at Independence spent yesterday in this city visiting his family. Mrs. A. Pegg Went to Chanutc this afternoon for a visit with her son, Kussell Pegg and family. T. O. Canatsey 1^ this morning for Altoona for a brief business visit. Ceorge Xoyes is up from Humboldt today serving on the jury. .\ndrow McSpatten. a well known colored man of Bassett, Is reported to l><? very low with pneumonia fever. Dr. A. J. Fulton was called to Kansas City yesterday: by a message announcing the serious illness of his brother Dr. Andrew Pulton. mum'^9 » —Special round trip rate with meals, berth and all side trips includ-r ed, going and returning via K. C, to the I^wer Rio Grand Valiey. See ad elsewhere. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Willis, of Hyat- ville. Has., who have been here for severay days visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. T. Cline and family, returned to their home today. —G. J. Peterson: Farm Loans, Insurance, Abstracts. Thf case of the state against W. A. Poston, charged with assault with intent to kill has been dismissed in lb" district court. Poslon paid the I-DMH in the action against hira. "So mi^rchant would think of put- a siRii In front of his stom for a (lay or two diirinR the year and leav- ln« it down the balance of the time " s;.ys the Columbus Advocate, "yet oreasionally a merchant will put an ad in a newspajier for a few times :iiul Ills name and bu8in <-ss will not be seen for another year. The regular .idvcrtiser gets the best service and ihe best results." Only twice since the first of the viar has tlie temperature gone so high as it did yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock wh<m the mercury stood at •Jit liegreea above zero. This has come to be regarded almost as a summer temperature by lolans, and the air actually felt balmy. On the 9ih of January, however the mercury went as high as 41 degrees, and on January 1st the maximum was 32. The lowest temperature for today was 1 below at S o'clock. Beginning Tonight at the ELITE THEATRE Edison's Latest Wonder Electric Wave Talking Motion Pictures 1 THEY TALK, SING AND DANCE! The Theatre Actually Reproduced! The (irojitest Marvel of (he .\ge in .Votlon I'fcturos! You can't lielp but laugh—you can't afford to miss it This May He Yoiir First und Lust Chance to Kver See ur Hear Anything Like It. Secured at Large Extra Expense—For 3 Days Only SPECIAL -AIATIXEK COMPLETE CHANGE EACH AETEIiXOO.N OP PROGRAM DAILY Prices of Admission Children 5c; Adults 10c SCHMIBT MWB THE GlfL KKSTWHIi-K IH.VII .VAX RK<'OMK.S A MVK Hlill)E(il{UU.>L Mow i.o^v, with (he AK!<l»(4inre of n Luttyer, \\»n In u Legal ContcML Ted Cillessen, the Register's pressman, was the victim of a painful accident this morning when one of the big riiiO-pound cylinders on the press, with w.aicU iie was working fell on his right hand, severely lacerating it. lie will probably be off for several days as a result. DISTRICT COCRT IS SESSION. EXTRA SPECIAL Values in HEATING STOVES. Best and only complete stock in Allen County. Get your house warm and see how good it seems. Trial of tbf Criminal Docket Was Started Today. The trial of the criminal docket was begun in the district court this morning. The first case called was that of the State vs. Orville Hunt The defendant is a young man and he is charged with stealing a set of harness from a citizen of Humboldt The ca «e is being heard by a Jury and the evidence and argument will probably be completed this afternoon. Saturday night the water pipes in tile old Eagle Club rooms over the .1. T. Watson pool hall on the east side of the square burst from freezing, and water from them was pre- riiiitated into tlie hall lielow, thoroughly soaking the greater part of the floor and two billiard tables In the front. The damage, however, was very slight PIQUA I'OSTOFFICE ROBBED. The iwstoffloe at Piqua was entered and robbed by burglars early this morning. About $2 were secured. The robbery was reported by the postmaster to the lola police department There are no clues. Lacked Capacity. Little Wiilis. a cherub of seven or ei;:bt years, returned borne ginmly one evening from a itj-rty. "Well, did yuu hare a good time?" his unelo :i>Ued. • "No." Willi.-* srnrled. "Xo* Why ntit?" slid the nncle. ••Bwiiuse." ;;rumbled Willis, "mother fold me tu eat as mui-b as 1 wanted— and—aud i coiildu 't"' Eeiy Terms. "1 bout!;: tisis urmclialr on the In­ stalment p!j!:i.'' "Easy terms':'" "Rather: A dollar down and a dollar whenever the collector-caa catcb me."—B:ist«iu Transcript Prank Seliniidt, who wilV bo ro- iiienil>ere (i as till* young guntieman who Imported himself dead several wei -k.s ago and fled fiiiiii the city Just before his wedding hour, was married Uy Judge J. U. Smith to .Miss Leora Cuiinnings in the ])robate court room this afternoon. Mr. Schmidt would have become a groom some time ago but for the fact that iron bars intervened between his fiancee and himself. After Schmidt disappeared from lo­ la. the case was reported to the county officers and a warrant issued for the fugitive. While the search was going on. Schmidt surrendered one morning to Chief of Police Coffield. He has been in jail since then, more than a month. Meantime Schmidt received frequent visits from Miss Cummings, who became reconciled to him. The .state stood in the way of a wedding. County Attorney Taylor insisting that Schmidt should be tried for the offense with which he was charged. Developments today, however, practically mean the dismissal of the case. Schmidt's bond was fixed at $1,000. At noon today Col. J. B. Atchison secured a bondsman and Schmidt was given his liberty. He went direct to the office of the probate Judge, where Miss Cummings was waiting. The judge performed the ceremony that made the couple man and wife and precludes the possihillty of requiring one to testify against the other. The moment the ceremony was over. Schmidt's bondsman surrendered him to Sheriff Kerr and the groom was taken back to jail. His case is set for trial in the district court to follow- that of Orville Hunt of Humboldt, now on trial charged with petty larceny. TO .SEXD TRACK TEAM TO K. C. —4^ . • -mr. Trark Team of Iota Hlgb Meboo] Bovs HUl AtU -nd Meet In Fehniary. No sooner was it announced several days ago that a big Missouri Valley high school track meet is being planned to be held at Kansas City on February Ist than the athletes of the lola high school began planning to send a team to represent this city. Prom present prospects their will be four athletes sent from this city and any boy of the high school is eligible to try out for a place on the team. The high school boys are enthusiastic about the maUer. and it Is probable that at least thirty of them will go into training in the hope of gaining a place. According to present plans, four boys will be selected from those trying out. the four men making the best showing In the relay race being chosen to represent Tola, and being eligible to enter the other athletic contests which are to be held at Kansas City at the time of the meet. The Missouri Valley high school track meet Is to be held at Kansas City on February 2l8t, and any track team from any high school in the Missouri Valley will be eligible to enter the contest It is probable that the Tola high school team will have to compete against the teams of about thirty other schools. THE DEATH OF W. G. SMITH. An niness of Fl/(««n years Wilh I'anilysU Brought Deiitb Yesterday. W. G. Smith, of r .l:,' South Coiborn. died yesterday morning at four o'cloo< aged HBventy -seven years, as the ro- :<ult of un lllueuH with paralysis, ex- ((inding over ulwut fifteen years. Mr. Smith Imd Iteen very low for some time. and.his death WOK seen to be liiiinincnt The deceased mad? ills home with his son Clyilv Smith. The body was shipped rjils afternoon to Hostwick, Neb., for Interment tt preliminary funeral service, conducted by Dr. S. S. llllscher. beiii;: held nt the home. The remalnH were accomimnled by Clyde Smitli and n daughter of the deceased. THE DEATH OF MRS; PICLER. Aped Womnn Snrcnmlied This Mom- lug (o Long Illness With Kidney Trooble. Mrs. Marie Ida Picler, aged' seventy- two years, died this morning at 2:30 o'clock after an illness with kidney trouble expending over about four months. Mrs. Picler had not been in a dangrous condition during the great er part of her illness, and has been confined to her l>ed for only about two days. Mrs. Picler made her home with her son. Alfred Picler and family, who reside just west of the river. Funeral arrangements have not as yet been completed. Mr. r. W. Fryer left today for San Antonio. Texas to visit his daughter, Mrs. O'a Barnett. and to spend two months at v'-ces of interest over the state.. Ml.'is Elva Perkins, has resigned her position a.<? nurse at the sanitarium and announcement has been made that !!he is to be marrie dsoon to Mr. D. D Spicer, postmaster at Geneva. L\ MATCHTOW.N. DEATH OF JUOD CIIRPENTER Well Known, Popular Tonn? Man Died Yesterday Morning. Judd Carpenter, the seventeen-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Carpenter, of G02 North Walnut street, died yesterday morning at 9 o 'clock after a severe Illness with which he had been confined to his bed for the past eight weeks. The young man's condition for several days past has been very grave and little hope for his recovery has been entertained. In the early part of September Judd Carpenter suffered a severe attack of scarlet fever, from which, however, he recovered In about the usual time, resuming at one© thereafter his work at school. After the lapse of a few weeks he was again taken 111, the effects of the scarlet fever evidently being largely responsible for his condition. The illness seemed to attack his nerves, and from a seeming attack of rheumatism Its severity increased unUl in the past few weeks, his muscular control had been entirely lost. During the past three weeks he had been unable to speak, and nourishment was administered only with difficulty. This strange attack was attended with complications, which were the direct cause of th« young man's death yesterday morning The death of a person the tender age of Judd Carpenter is always doub ly sad, but when the Grim Reaper takes one of his character ability anc' prospects, the always present sadnesr is pervaded with a heavy sense of losf a loss not only from the ranks ol friendship and of school classes, but a loss from the ranks of society. Thr young man was a member of the junior class at the high school, where hf was among the brightest of the students, and next year he would havt graduated. He was very popular whh his classmates, all of whom have been very much concerned about hie illness. Since it became known that his condition was dangerous an ali of .ijloom has been injected into the usual cheerfulness of the students and now that death has come the Irreparable loss is keenly felt. During the young man's Illness they have visited hira. and have sent him flowers, and now the members of the junior class are preparing to secure an especially beautiful floral offering as a final tribute of love and esteem. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from thr home. C02 North Walnut street, and interment will be In the loin cemetery. It is probable that the juniors of tht high school of which class the deceased was a member, will attend lh< funeral in a body. Relatives of thf family from Pittsburg, Kas., and Wav erly. III., are enroute here to be present at the funeral. CAST OF CHARACTERS. (In the order in which they appvar.) Quick. 8tuK <9! manngcr. Morality Theatre. /. MK. SAM TUOMHSON Ciliidy.s ISndy ahovr girl iit Morality Theatre MISS OHEMA COIXINS Miidu Kurtz. C^crmnii mal<l of Minn Mnry- luml SUSS CECIUA RENAKD CKirolhy Maryland, priraii doiinn, Xlury- laiul Theatre FLORENCE HOLBROOK fom U<rmiw(n, iiotor ami author MR. CECIL LEAN •hn Q. MontuKUf. manuKer nt Mvnillty Theutre ...MIt. Cl .iKKcmD SAI'M HuntiT-Chaw. I 'rcMldi 'nf (JreyHtone Female Semlimry..!li:UHKUT SAtlNUBil MrK. Itiinter -fha -Hc. hlK !«'coiiiI wlft- JKANNKTTB l^WraiCNCK .Villiiim Hawlty. roiichninri ot ItunUT Ctwxv MK. KUKDUIK NICE LBKI .- Miir|>hy VICTOU TI.MK; UiHt OetolHT. PtACK: N.-w Vork City jind Grey- xtoni'. Wistclicsicr f'ouiity. rHEY RIDE IN PRIVilTE CARS —Sealshipt Oysters, best on the market, dtj Meat Market. Phone 818. Fortunately So Faith Was Retialred, lor She Hud Kone. "i had no faith whatever, but on the advice of a hale, hearty old gen tleman who spoke from experience, I began to use Grape-Nuts about two years ago," writes an Ohio woman who says she is 40, is known to be fair, and admits that she Is. growing plump on the new diet. "1 shall not try to tell you how I suffered for years from a deranged stomach that rejected almost all sorts of food, and digested what little was forced ui>on It only at the cost of great distress and pain. "I was treated by many different doctors and they gave nie many different medicines, and I even spent several years in exile from my home, thinking change of scene might do me good. You may Judge of the gravity of my condition when I tell you I was sometimes compelled to use morphine for weeks at a time. "For two years I have eaten Grape- Nuts food at least twice a day and 1 can now say that I have perfect health. I have taken no medicine In that time—Grape-Nuts has done it all. I can eat absolutely anything I wish, without stomach distress. "I am a business woman and can walk my two or three miles a day and feel better for doing so. I have to use brains in my work, and it Is remarkable how quick, alert and tireless my mental powers have become."' Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. "There 's a Reason." and It Is explained in the little book, "The Road to Wellville." In pkgs. Ever read tht abone letter? A new one appears from tine to time. They are ireanlBr, trae, and fall of boman .•iperliil Kiiiilpment for "Bright Eyes,' the Big Muslnil Comedy. The musical offerlug at the Grand Thursday. January 18th, is Cecil Ijear u'ld Pl(»rence Holbrook in Joseph M Inites' stupendous musical comedy— 'Bright Eyes"—in wliicli piece thej have made the hit of their wonderful :areer. There are sixty-nine mem- jers in the company and to properly accommodate them while on tour, it requires the following railway equipment: Tv.o first-class day coaches. :hree sixty-foot baggage cars and on Tight movements three Pullman SUn- lard Sleepers are added. Lean and Holbrook's itinerary for this season carries tiiem from the Atlantic to the Pacific, playing all the principal cities, and if the present bookings stand until the finish of the season, over 5 000 miles win be traveled. "Bright Eyes" is by the authors of "Three Twins." "Madame Sherry" and "The Girl of My Dreams," book by Chas. Dickson, lyrics by Otto Hauerbach and the music by Karl Hoschna An augmented orchestra will be used during the engagement here under the direction of Conductor Earl Schwartz. "DISTRICT >0. 40. January 12.—Friday morning being the coldest morning for several years the temperature went down to 16 he- low zero.. Clarence Beahm is hauling his com to Humboldt this week. Bom, Friday morning, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Calloway, a 10-pound girl. John Beahm did not leave last week for his appointment but will leave Saturday. - ~<VtWi Mr. James Nostrand and D. H. Beahm will have their sale Monday, January 13. They expect to load their car and leave the next Monday week. Married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Shockey, Thursday, Jan 11 at 12 o'clock. Jay Hall of Geneva, and Miss Alice Shockey of this place by Rev. Marion Preston. They left Immediately for their home in Geneva. Mr. McKinney Is loading a car of hay In lola this week to ship to Ottawa. Harry Stottler attended J. H. Ayers' sale the 11th. Clarence Beahm has rented the Matt Beahm farm and Charley McKinney the Nostrand farm for the coming year. They expect to move 'as soon I 93 possible. I We wish to extend our best wishes' to the following couples: Mr. Arthur Hanks of Iowa and Miss Alice Her- stlne, Mr. Ernest Tmster and Miss Florence Adams and Mr. Jay Hall of Genera and Miss Alice Shockey. Our teacher. Miss Baumaa, expects o have a box supper In the near fu- tare. Saturday night and Sunday is Rev. Talley's regular appointment at Pleas ant Valley. The Thrashers are at Mr. Ellis' it being so cold they gave It up aotii warmer weathei*. ^ Mr. Terrill froze his hands Thursday and was not able to carry the mail Friday. Two of the mail trains were snowbound and dln't get into lola. Mrs. Floyd Flake was out vlsitlog in the country the first part of the-] week and attended the Shockey^alij wedding. Sh^ returned home Friday. GRAND THEATRE, THURSDAY, JAN. 18TH. Jos. M. Gates Begs to Offer CECIL LEAN AND FLORENCE HOLBROOK ! - . A new American Musical Production in ThrfC Aof.-^ . ^ Book by Charles Dii-kso«i. Lyrlc.x hy Otto Hauerbach. Music by Karl Hoschna. Adapted from the comt-dy "Mi!<tal«es Will Jlnppon " and Qrant Stewart. by Charles Dick.son SYNOPSIS OF SCENES. ACT J.—Btng>- of Jlorallty Theatrr- .ind Monday morning at lu o'cloi-k. shuwinn :ettff:f; of .scene. iHouf Ganl^n i>f a i>roni- nent NHW Yorl« lloti.l.i ACT 11. —Cjirrlajfe house of Jlr. llunter- Thiw* in Gr<'y.**tone. Wfstohe.vtcr county he ro]|owiiiR° Thunfday iifttTnoon about wo o'clock. ACT lU.—The Wiinl.>r-CIia.';.> re.sldenpf nd gruunU.s at Grt -y.stoiif Si -minarj'. Ihrei lours later. ACT I. Show KlrlR nt Morality Theiitr.-—Missey - vor^> Mayott. Betti Hardy. Bert Itob.son. Vgner Fitzgerald. Orelia Collins. Ida Tur- ler. Catherine Chapiii. Ina Thomas am *oia Mayfield. Urollers—.Mi .Hse .q Kiln Valentine. Minnir 'anuthers. liraltie .Middleton. .\dah Ulil.'^- ur.v. Agatha Hlikard. Ktl:i Jiriviilc. Cnr- rn-M Va.silivn. Ora. Hert)<.-rt. i Ceil Cartel nd .Vila Dat-man. M'lllum Cirls—Mis .fes Jiill.i Conley ^etli l^ang. Klhtl Baker, l.oui.'se Hardy .illian I lager. (Veil Waldron. .Minnie H.-i.'.- ing*. Florenee OribWn and <ir.iec Baum. Stage Hands—Pro )vi. drip.') eet. Emmeti IcConvlllf. William Skerrett. Hilly 1-oom s. Oliver Himdy. Jack Wells. Kdwart' .aWTence. Sam Thompson. IVrnard Kea- heniione. .f««Hirge Quesse. Ceorge Archer •linrliw Blai'kfonl. Tom-rSoy Oirbt—Agatha I'irkard. Adr 5:ilsbury, .\du Bateman. Klla Valentlm nd .Minnie Carruthers. "GOOD OLD DAYS OF YORE." ndian Braves—MiS!i(:s Urililiin. Waldron ndian SquawH—MiH .teM Plckard. Baynk. 'uritm Men—MeHsrs. Wells. Skerr-tt. •urltan Maids—Misses Cntilev. Baker, luteh Men—MeHxn. Bundy. Ff.ithenitone lut-h OlrlH—.\I (.s»eH Hardy and Ua.itlng!( rolonlal fSlrls^Mlsses Thomas; Fitzgerald 'he .f'rlnollnen—MlsseH I.ang and liager. ten of lSt7—Messrs. McCoiivllIe. Quesf<' a!ul llliiekrord. Saiig-j and ISuslle.s—Mis .se .s .Middleton. C'D: l<r nnil llertiert. t ^uli'rn Men —Messrs. I.oonils. l .:iwren >-e Cvenins Oowns— MiHKeM Muylleld and KInj lol'lile KkirtM -MIs .seH .Mayolt. Iila Turm-r < 'hnpin und Hnrd%-. \lliletlc <Jlrls—.Misses Val-ntlne. Carrulh eiM. nillslinry. Sinun and lliileman. ACT II. I"t.r.(mon In the emiiloy of Mr. Himter ''h:e^e—Mt 'S .srs, l.;iwrenre. I '.Mtllrr .ston*' Wel!« and llundy. (jiKtmn In the employ of Mr. HUDti'r •hase—Messrs. Mcf'onville. Skerrett. Ar her. Looml.i. QneHNn and Blackford. House Maids—Misses Hag-r, Conlry la.sting.«. Gribbln. Waldron. Saiim. Bakei Tigers—Mlwes Picknrd. Billsbury. Car •utherx. Valentine. Herljert. Bavuk, Car r. Bntemnn. Vaslllva and Middleton. _ fjidie« of the Hunt Club—Misses May-fl nel<l. MaVott. King. FifZgerald. CoUIn .1. Hnrily. Turner. Cliaiiin and ThomsH. Buniyard Fowls—Koosters: .Misses Lang. Hagcr, Wortliingtoii. Ijimvmt. Hens-.MIs- sos Baker, tirlldiln. Walilron. Hardy. Chickens: Bateman. Blllabury. Picknrd. Bayuk. Valentine. Carruther.t. Middleton, llertiert. Carter and Vaslllva.' ACT III. Military .Xeademy Cadet.n—Me »»ra. Mc- t'oiivilli-. Skerreti. t.oomln. Archer. Feuth- erstorie. lllaikrord. (Jiie-sse, Uunily, Wells and Lawrence. Autiunolille CIrls—.Missen M»rn»ld. Mnyott: Harfly. King. <-olllns. Turner. Cliapln- and ThtmiMS. ^ Maids—Misses llager, Ijing. Cunluy. Bak nr. Hanly. Waldron. Hastings, Uribbin und Saum. , " Chauffeur .M -Misses Middleton. Bateman. Valentine. Billsbury. Carruthern. it«>rt)«rt, farter, Hlckard, Conley and Va.slliva. MUSICAL NUMBERS. Director, Earl Schwartz. ACT I. Oiieiiliig Choru .s —"On with tho Ilehear- -al." En.sumble •Tom r;oy. Tom Boy,"..Tom Boy OlrlM •For You. Bright- JJyes." .Mbis Holbrook ami Chorus HE:FKAIX. "Bright Kye.s that beam for me, dream .or me. Bright Eyes that seem to be twin gates of I'aradi .st-; Bright Eyes. I'll sigh for you. die for you. Ni>thing 1 would not do for you. Bright Eyes." "Cheer up. My Honey.". Mr. Lean and Mias Holbrook '•The Mood You are In." Mr. Lean. MIsa lolbrook. Mr. Salinger. Miss Lawrence. "(iood Old Days of Yore.^' ........... .Mi.Ms Orella t.'oUinB and choruw. (Showing the evolution of dresiK from he dIseov .Ty of America to the preaent ;ime.) (I>.ince by Ml .sK Renard.) ACT IL Chorus— (at "Tliafs llu' Life ofa St»We Boy." ; J,. Ensemble t\>) Solo. ••The Man dn the Box," .Mr. Freddie Nice. <c» ••Callop. <Salop."' ISlwelMble "The Bumble Bee." Mr. Nice ••111 IK - Vour Chanticleer." Mls-i tenard. Mr. Nice, and Barnyard FOWIK. ACT III. .Opening Chorus— (a) "The Angelus." Eoaenible lb) ••Arrival of (Jiiests," En.semble "The Lines In .Molly'.s Hand." Mr. Nice "Mr».. C.-isey." ...• ...Mlsa Hdbrwik ••lie's u Fan. Fiin, Fan." Mr. Lean Finale BnHemblit NOTE: ".Mrs. Caney - lyrlca »)V CoUlp wvis anil Cecil Lean: music by t1orenc«» lollirook. "He's a Fan. Kan. Fan," lyr- •s liy Cecil Lean; music by Florence Hol- rook,-singed by Ci-ell U-an. I'risliictlon staged by Froderlck A Biship. • .Music published and cupyrightiid byiM. Vltmnik Hons, .New York and Chleu- o. Inrrlngenieniji will lie vlKorguMly pruK cuti-d, , '.XECUTtVE STAFF FOR MR. OAT««. CHAUI.RH WCKIl/- • • • • • v • •; •M".'*,*!'" A.MBROSK C. ABBOTT. Bui^lnss *.lMr- JESSIE wi ^:iL J .8ecr «»t»t*. lIKllBKItT SALlNdRlt. Stage l «llTia «#r BMMBTT McCONVlU-E.'. AMUttft* lage Manager. ' ' FItED Al.t.E.V Stage Cnrpen»»*. WILLIAM FITZOEUALD. ...Assistant '.tage Carpenter. _ . « J'l.'^l. HV.QH REYNOLDS. •• P ?f?£!!^- WILLIAM TVaON . .CWM KIectt1B»«». MRS. ALLEN..., .y. Too'U join the gay throngs that promenade the five-mile, sea-wall esplanade—you'll bathe in tlie soothine; surf and laugh at whatthe ffl/c«rfer tells you—you'llmotor over tlie 32 miles oi smoothest ^ei-utit drives tlirough the refreshing, talt-hden vit,.Jicre9Xvt\xiioT time, aU sumnier*! freedom of outdoor pleasure is y .oijrSk Come to Galveston tMs winter—magnificent wcto hotel now ready. « I should like to und jron oar splendid new hooks about G &lveston. Write 'o-day. W. 5. St. GEORGE, 327 CwMnl Puaanccr Acmt. St.U«js,M^ ^ or !s-eji lotlu. Bcd other USTCI infmnalioo see lieaietf Kaly Agea;. m NORTBRUP NATIONAL ItiOt^ ,.j _ ; - IOI«A, JkAKSAS , , iii'L- OV£B FOSTT >1E.4BS OF ; COXSEBYATITS BAKSIITA -lir-HAA^^I DejMMltorr for tli« United Suites, State •! Kansas, »•« Allea C ««irtr ' OFFICEES} V? J? U L. KORTHRUP, President D. P. NORTHRUP. tad V-PTfei ' F. A. NORTHRUP. Vlce-PresWent MELVIN FRONK. Caahlw. . B. J. COFFKT. Assistant Cashier ; ; CAPITAL $50,000.00 ~~~ SURPLUS $20,000^ Intucat FaM OB Tlae Deftodts Safety P «9 «att BUM ter Ballr: TOirn BDSINSSS SOUCITEB. , "

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