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December 14, 1916 - Image 4

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Co-op Store Here
an interview yesterday afternoon
R. B. Cowin, iinstructor in the
>mics department, a few of the
:ies of a co-operative store, as
advocated in a recent editorial of
Daily, were fully discussed from
arious standpoints.
:ording to Mr. Cowin the first co-
.tive store for students were or-
ed in 1887, under the advisement
. Prettyman. The store was a
e owing to the lack of sufficient
al and a capable manager.'
1906 another venture was made
this line, which lived only two
. Here again the lack of capital
nish an up-to-date store was evi-
and the competition from other
i with larger supplies made the
pt a failure.
en asked for his main objections
o-operative store, Mr. Cowin stat-
at such a store was not desirable
se there is no particular need,
the prices on books at catalogue
s are lower or as low as can be
ied anywhere. In addition to
se stated that such an organiza-
would be unable to keep back
ers to any extent; it would ne-
ate a keen business manager,
lerable capital, and the salaries
se employed to operate the store
amount to a large sum.

ure," conceived the plans for the pro-
duction, they recognized that speed
was wanted, so they directed the writ-
ers to pay no attention to traffic ordi-
nances. As a result, when the show
was ready to be put on, the managers
discovered that the excellent company
had carried out the instructions to the
letter, and that the singing, dancing,
comedy, and scenic effects surpassed
any previous production of its kind.
The cast includes Rosie Quinn, Conroy
and Le Maire, the comedians, and the

success, "The Elopers" is the head-
liner. The musical numbers are up
to date and the cast is headed by Miss
Jessie Maker and Teddy and Nellie
McNamara. The act is staged in an
elaborate manner and many changes of
costume are made.
When a lady tourist is driven to
shelter by a sudden rain storm, wan-
ders into the cabin of a rough ands
ready cowboy and is mistaken for the
new cook that has been engaged, it

Courtney sisters., - complicates matters and is the cause of
much laughter in the sketch "Rained
In." which is played by LeRoy and
"Should Paris wear pants? It Harvey.
seems to me that Paris hasn't asked
Paul Bauwens, who calls himself
my advice in the matter." This looks "The Human Freight Car," offers a
like the dialogue that according to all medley of songs and stories, delivered
the rules of repartee and Hoyle, would by the blackface route.
take place if the ordinary human be-
ing was asked to settle he question.' Kass and Waiman, the "syncopated
But the Washington Square Players musickers" using a violin and piano
who will present "Helena's Husband" acordeon, is a musical act. They go
at the Whitney Friday night would feel from classical to ragtime and will play
highly insulted, for they don't mepn any number that the audience may re-
Paris, France, but the gay Lothario quest.
that wooed the pride of Illium some Milton Frankel is presenting a nov-
years ago. In the play, however, elty in clay modeling, making faces of
Paris does wear pants of the modern such prominent people as Lincoln, ex-
variety. President Taft, President Wilson and
others of importance.
With its galaxy of stars, Irving Ber-
lin's syncopated melange of music,
"Watch Your Step," will be presented
at the Whitney theater, Tuesday, Dec.
19. The piece fairly radiates with
syncopated life and its music cannotPE
be compared with that of any similar p
production. Mr. Berlin did, a big thing PMMO
for the Dillingham production when
he wrote the words and music for the
various numbers. i

A.',<4., .

SCENE FROM "THE ELOPERS", WHICH APPEARS AT THE MAJESTIC,
BEGINNING TONIGHT

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* '* * * 4 * * *
T THE THEATEF
TOI)A Y
~estie*-Vaudeville.
pheum-Vivian Martin in"l
Father's Son." Also Br
artoons.
cade - Bertha Kalich
Love and Hate."
* * * * * * it

s
te
ay
in *

ampu~s ootery
VACAION
On Bostonian and Florsheim
F OOT WEAR
(Those Beautiful Cordovans Included)

SALE

AT THE MAJESTIC.

The management of the Majestic the-
ater announce that they have secured
another strong bill opening tonight.
The LaSalle theater musical comedy
You have not shopped
Unless you have stopped

A Saving of from 5 5c to $1.05 per pair for you if you buy NOW.

_ A

Several shipments very late from the factory
giving us too many shoes at this time of the year

At the James Foster House of Art. tf
AT THE WHITNEY.
- Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H.
the producers of the Winter Wild Company. Leading merchant
show, "The World of Pleas- tailors. State street. tf

30mp8.s Bootery
308 B. ST ATE 6T.

It is Easily

Dorfh a Dollaer arid Half

This Splendid Production

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hristmas

oncert

PROGRAM

6p

1. (a) VICTORS ......... ................... ...................Elbel, '01
(b) VARSITY ............. ... ..... . .......... ...Moore, '12
2. THE BLUE DANUBE WALTZ...................................Strauss
MANDOLIN CLUB
3. ANYTHING.............................................Anybody
MIDNIGHT SONS' QUARTETTE
CHERRYMAN, SMITH, WESTERMAN, CARLSON
4. OMNIPOTENCE .. ............ . . .... .................. Schubert-Liszt
GLEE CLUB
SOLO BY H. L. DAVIS
FRANK A. TABER AT THE ORGAN
5. ORIENTALE...................... Victor Herbert
MANDOLIN CLUB QUARTETTE
BERMAN, PARKER, KEMPTON, DAVIS

C. TPIE BEAUTIFUL ROS........................................
VARSITY QUARTETTE
DAVIS, GROVBR, DI1FTERLE, CARLSON

..Hastings

7. (a) MEDITATION...............................Bach-Gounod
(b) MARCHE MILITAIRE .....................................Schubert
MANDOLIN CLUB
S. TOREADOR SONG (Carmen)......................................Bizet
GLEE CLUB
SOLO BY CHASE B. SIKES
S. SBLNCTIONS
BANJORINE SEXTETTE
LEININGER, STEVENS, GINGRICH, ALDRICH, HONEY, DAVIS
10. (a) ROBIN ADAIR
(b) SCHNEIDER'S BAND..................Arr. by Dudley Buck Mundy
GLEE CLUB
LAUDES ATQUU CARMINA .................................A. A. Stanley
COMBINED CLUBS

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Glee

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andolin

Club

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Audito RWNIG
Admission one quarter 8:00 P. M.
Make the evening complete for that girl of yours and take her to the Glee Club dance after the concert.

BARBOUR

GYM - $1 .0,- Fisher's Orchestra

GIVE

Gift Cards Free
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Phone 364
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