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May 05, 1912 - Image 4

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C. FOR FIRST outlived its original booking in New
York, and the magnificent acting of
Miss Ware is said to out-rank even
page 1.) her remarkable impersonation of An-
,an team then nie Jeffries in "The Third Degree,"
ing to second, which first brought her into promi-
and Mitchell to nence.
"The Price" is a modern drama in
e ninth rolled three acts. The story concerns the
leading by the fight of a woman to retain the love
who was the of her husband. It is a genuinIe and
e, hit safely to sacrificial love which is threatened,
odge, sent in to with destruction through a former
d suit. Bradley indiscretion. That she should pay so
's error, and at big a price for that mistake is the
of the 'game thought which awakes the protest in
replace Bari- the suffering woman.
o M. A. C. play- The Hudson Theater cast and pro-
.ened next was duction will be seen here, and those
eepers. At any included in the cast are Harrison
i the squeeze, Hunter, Jessie Ralph, Roy Gordon,
and two Aggie Margaret McWade, George W, Bar-
n with the tie- num, Gertrude Dalton and Robert H.
Hudson.

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Majestie Theater.
Three exceedingly pretty girls
known as the Bennett Sisters will be
the big attraction at the. Majestic the-
ater tomorrow night. These girls are
known as "the athletic girls" due to
the fact that they have mastered the
art of fencing, boxing and wrestling
and give exceedingly interesting and
exciting bouts at every performance.
As a special added attraction the
famous original Avon Comedy Four,
said to be the best of all comedy quar-
tets, will appear in their skit entitled
"The New Teacher." Kelso and
Leighton, a pair of stars from $he mu-
sical comedy stage, and Downs and
Gomez, two refined colored enter-
tainers, will appear in addition to the
usual western photoplays. Next
Thursday 'Gus Sohlke's Summertime
Girls will be at the local vaudeville.
theater.
LaRue Gets Government Position.
George S. LaRue, instructor in zool-
ogy, will be employed by the Fish
commission of the U. S: government
during the coming summer, at Douglas
Lake. He will spend most of his time
investigating the parasites living on
fresh water fishes.

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ggs, Rogge; first base on er-
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Baribeau to Rogers to Pontius,
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pitcher-Bradley by- Baribeau;
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MUSIC AND DRAMA
Helen Ware Monday.
Helen Ware will make her second
stellar appearance in this city at the
Whitney theater Monday, May 6, when
Henry B. Harris will present the Hud-
son Theater, New York success, "The
Price." In this play, which is the lat-
est work of George Broadhurst, Miss
Ware is said to have a role that ad-
mits of a remarkable exhibition of'
emotional acting. "The Price" far

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