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WHITNEY THEATRE, Fri-Sat., April 24-

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FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR, ATI
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For the convenience of those discrim-
inating folks whloappreciate and desire
our
High Quality Ice Crcam
we are pleased to announce that among
the progressive firms using our prod-
uct are The Delta, University Phar.
macy,Sugden Drug Co,, MacDon-
[In St. aid's in the Campus district.

MUSIC AND DRAM.
Mrs. Rhead to Give Recital.
Mrs. George, B. Rhead, a popular
member of the "University school of
music faculty, will give a piano recital
in Frieze Memorial hail at 4: 15 o'clock
this afternoon. The following program
will be played:
Sonata, F sharp minor, Op. 11 ..
.... ......Schumann
.Introduzione (allegro vivace);
Aria; Scherzo e Intermezzo; Finale.
Tenca een. Variazionm........ Mozart
Spinning Song ......Wagner-Liszt
Etude, F minor............. Liszt
Ballade, G minor, Op. 24 ...... Grieg
N orwe gian theme and variations..,
San Carlo Opera Company.
Two members of the San Carlo Grand
Opera Company, which comes to the
Whitney theatre on Friday and Satur-
day, April 24 and 25, have achieved in-
ternational fame. Chevalier Giuseppe
Angelini, who will conduct "Lucia"
and "I1 Trovatore," was knighted re-
cently by the Italian sovereign, Victor
Emanuel, for his distinguished services
in conducting 60 grand operas without
the aid of the musical score. He was
similarly honored by the presidents of
Uruguay and ..Columbia. Mine. Ada
Cassuto, leading dramatic soprano of
the company,'comes direct from Covent
Garden, London, where she shared
triumphs with Enrico Caruso in "Aida"
and "II Trovatore."
Homer Moore, of the St. Louis Re-
You will appreciate.
the beautiful lines and-
soft curves. embodied
in our high grade, hand
tailored garments.
Pur coatmakers are ex-
perts and arc proud of their
products. All garments made
in our own shops.

ORPHEUM,
Watch this !Space
PROGRAM
WEDNE~SDAY, APRIL 22
",THE MASSACRE"
THURSDAY, APRIL 23
3ames K. Hackett, in
"THE PRISONER OF ZENDA"

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THE FAMOUS
I 51TRAY [UN6 _OPATeIC 0 ANIZATIO IN AMERICA
W~Ti TWTY 5~!~ '~E E2~"'AN AND AN1ER1CA0
f,66r $ i i J ta.. taV & Aa i) OPE. LRA ORC E5TRA
SUPERB SCENIC, COSTUMING AND PROPERTY EFFECTS. GREAT SINGING CHORUS
Three Different and Distinct Casts of Principals in the Following Attractive Repertoire:
Fri. Eve., Donizetti's Beautiful Oy era, "Lucia di Lam-
mer moor"
Sat. Mat., Verdi's '"Rigolet to"
Sat. Eve., Verdi's tuneful "I1 Trovatore"
Precisely as staged in the Metropolitan Cities, General Musical Director,
Chev. Giuseppe Angelint
PRICES: $2, $1.50, $1, 75c. SMc. Matinees, $1.50. $1. 75c. 5Oc. Reserved Seat
Sale Wednesday, April 22, io a. mn. Mail Orders, both from in and mit of the city.
carefully filled in the order of their receipt.

FRIDAY, APRIL 24
" THE UPHILL CLI1IB "
Western Farce Comedy
SATURDAY, APRIL 25
"THE PORTRAIT"
Featuring Mrs. M m ry Morse
Monday and Tuesday, April 27 and28
"THlE PRIDE OF JERRICO"
Featuring Miss Laura Sawyer

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D~aily
except
Tburs.& Fri,

ARRICK 'Mts.5
10 alld 25c

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Pathe Freres Announce
The Life' of Our Saviour
Hand Cotored
public, in his criticism of the perform-
ance of "Lucia" as given by this comn-
pany, says, "A magnificent perform-
ance are the right words to apply to it,
and they are no exaggeration. St.
Louis has the chance to hear real Ital-
ian operai at popular prices and as
good opera as is to be heard on many
and many a night at the Metropolitan
opera house in New York."
UNIVERSIT1Y NOTICES
Important band rehearsal at 7 :00
o'clock tonight in U. Hall.
Senior lit baseball- practice on south
Ferry field at 3:00 o'clock today.
JIunior engineers report for baseball
practice at south Ferry field At 2:00
o'clock today.

UNIVERSITY AVE. PHARMACY
G;OULDING, & WIKETL

121 9 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
PHONE US 416

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Ltd., 214 S. Main St,

WE DELIVER

THE GOODS

,on Harrison SOUlr
'V. President
QAL BANK

Pass the Rest, Try the Best!
Fresh horse-made candles, crackerjack
and fountain drinks at
MAC'S 613 E. Liberty St.

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$6,0o0o

('A)WU"(S IN BRIEF

LET THE
SHMAN

-There will be a general meeting of
the Deutscher Verein in the Verein
room at 3:15 o'clock tomorrow to dis-
pose of important business.
-A meeting of the student branch of
the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers will be held at 4:00 o'clock
today in room 348, of the new engineer-
ing building. Officers will be nomi-
nated at this. meeting.

FRANK BROTHERS,
Fifth Avenue Boot Shop,
Number 224
NEW YORK

WAGNIMLra(
Importing
Tailors;

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Tunks, Merchandise
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PACKARD ACADEMY
I DANCING CLASS MONDAY AND FRIDAY 7:00 P.M.I
Private lessons by appointment, Dream Waltz New York Hesitation Tango, One
pvate parties.

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S. P. Siesenidorfor Market
201 E. Washington St.

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May 12th imperfectly fitted and made from inferior goods will be
noticed. You would rather stay away than glo dingy. Our Gowns are
made of an excellent grade of black henrietta and serge. .The Caps
for women are stiffened with cardboard; the caps for men have

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