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Loup City Northwestern
A LIVE NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN A LIVE TOWN
LOUP CITY, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1917
LOUP CaTY news notes
ft P Starr *u a bn sines, pa*s.-t,
**r la uatk*. Taemday.
Harry M Unfchii took hi the fair
at at PaaL Wednesday
Simon iooi »»> a passes. * to St
p»M Wednesday e* bnainavn
A U Ea4> -i«* and family attended
'be ta-r at St Paul. Wednesday.
W"m Military and Champ Larsen
-ttended the St Paal lair Wednesday
Aahiet Conner Jr meat to St Paul
Wednesday momu* to take in the
apt H E wait* «r»t an east bound
t»!-«-_ire* to Ltnroln Wednesday, ot.
It- UafCur nano went to St Caul
a re r«4» > moraine to help furnish
«Mi tor the fair
Mr* b P PIlMft and Mrs Evans
• at u* St i’ani Wednesday in mint
to attend the lair
Mr* R S Tow* went to Central
t : * Wecr.eeda' for a short visit with
relatives and friends
>'.r- Anna May meat to Friend. Neb
Tneiday mo mu* to: a whorl visit a:
the E A Brown faume
Several stood msid-tu* properties,
is Loop City lor aai* on the install
meat plan. See ft H Mathew 25 tf
John Bwirowes and Prof. Currier
we*** amen* those* from here attend
j* the tai. at St Paal. Wednesdav.
Mrs li M Woods. Mr* O. A Wood*
and V m Minnie Wood* were Grand
island pa*»et*er* Wednesday mom
Mr* Mary £vaa and daturfct.*r were
... passenger* to Grand Ulaud
V.'««srxU< morning.. return;*.* in th«
Mr and Mrs Rat Smyth berg re
- anted buna ftVdnwG' evening from
~litrr—tin rf • cere they were in at
U-WdaBC* at (<«!ef»*<e
Tc- t Ek* Pa<il.' is building an
yyi ,nj ;»*»!!*rth at the depot, which
will tnak- • eery convenient for ship
per* of heavy bum fernery
Rev V It Ba*-ite and family left on
.*#? SaunUy morning for Te. umseli
wiser. Rev. Beebe has accepted a
ijsrpt far the >t*uw year
Vr» U Gee who bats been her* visit
SC for some time atth the Romeo
< otcer Sasiil' left W«d*M>dy morn
,ut for her hoate in Ventura Calif
V #** ass Van retained home Wed
•esday »<ul from her three weeks vlait
with raiames and friend* in Line ill*
*'alls City Fremont and other eastern
Tb*- Mad *ai* heid in Loup City ye*
- v afternoon wa* attended by a
-r*» tattber of bayef* Col E A
d:-!«o* ~i ut the farm to S X
Mr aaf Mr* O L. Goofell. Mis**
oa Uw Lick* > Mat*!* ani*
K._ieb* CJet-ber were atDonit tho*»
wtu. _tMartk< the Howard county tan
at Jit Baoi. WVdn*-»da'
lira B J Swnaaon. who bar been
Mar* t toting tor tome time with her
'«• »*»** daartner. O L Swanaon and
Mr* John O'Bryan, r* urned to her
Paint and Re
Prepare your buildings to
resist winter storms by
painting them this fall.
Make your necessary build
ing repairs NOW
Hansen Lbr. Co.
kin* and Glenn and Josie Osborn and
■ut>*ed through from Shelby, la.,
last Friday for a fear days visit with
the I»r C. K. Watkins family. They
left Wednesday momma
--*■«* Hiddleson '-ame home Saturday
evening from points in California
“ ber» he has been the past six months
for an over Sunday visit with his par
ei *‘ He left Monday morning for
Hastings, where he a-ill attend school
the coining year
'*<■ feel a justifiable pride in the
*a> the people of Loup City and sur
rounding territory turned out to bid
ur soldier beys farewell Saturday
mornfeg One of our town ladies made
a business trip to Missouri recently on
which o< <asion and down near the Mis
souri line, she overheard a eonversa
twn among strangers, commending the
popie of Loup City, on the way they
frented tile soldier hoys We are always
more than pleased to hear favorable
reports of our home people at a dis
tame from home.
SHERMAN COUNTY'S FIFTH AN
Takitt all the obstacles in consider
ation the fair was a success and the
management is well satisfied with the
patronage From a financial standpoint
the fair will be able to settle every ob
... •; -n and have some in the treasury
: >r next year The special free attrac
tions and the ball games were enjoyed
11 the huge crowds and everybody
- • med to be well pleased. The only
sat.poimment is the small amount of
u* * that is brought to the fair every
year and this is uot an exception to
the rule this year. It is hard to inter
est the farmers to bring their stock
and it reflects on the cattle and horse
r..i'-rs of the county, for anyone siz
mg up the stock iu the county by the
number on exhibit at the county fair
would get a bad impression of
: large number of fine hi -oded stock
in the county.
OS the vegetables. potatoes were the
Sri- s* ihas we have ->een a! any previ
ous fair and in fait we have never
-een any better exhibit anywhere.
The word carringn-of Uncle Jerry
Shettler's seemed to attract the most
teuli'.con and they cerainly are apeci
.nena of beauty and workmanship. Mr.
Sbettler is past eigthy years of age.
nut is still working at wood carving
Ht had cart mgs of a deer's head, dog's
;i» ad. chairs and other specimens and
is now working on a dog's head, which
presents a dog Mr Sbettler former
\ owned All the tools Mr. Shettler
uses is a knife, file and sandpaper.
•>ut his work represents the most skill
:ai and he ha.- reasons of being proud
of his work.
The school exhibit and the fancy
w. '•k dt iiartnients were extra good
a cl th" work was pareexcellent and re
-i ts great c redit on both Uiese depart
cents Next year there ought to be ar
extra effort to bring stock up so it
»ill represent Sherman County as it
c ould be. and then we can boast of
a good a county fair as can be found
The grandest thing in connection
with the entire fair was the parade of
he school children of the entire county
Nearly one thousand children headed
by their teachers formed in line and
marched through the main street to
he park and Kings never saw a pretti
GOLDEN WEDDING OF MR. AND
MRS. WILLIS FULLITON.
Monday. September 24. was tht
scene of a pretty golden wedding
Laura Try and Willis Fulliton were
married fifty years ago at Kinsman
The golden wedding was celebrated
at their farm home six and a half miles
southeast of Loup City. Eleven chil
dren were born to this union, ten oi
whom were present, eight grand chil
dren. five of whom were present, three
l great grand children, one of whom
was present. A few of the most inti
| mate friends and neighbors and also
their pastor. Rev E. M. Steen, wife
and little son were present.
The house was tastefully deorated
in green and gold with several beauti
fui bouquets. Rev. Steen marrying them
over with a laughable little ceremonj
and appropriate little verse at the
I'nder this window in stormy weather.
1 marry this man and women together
i Let no one but the one who rules the
Put this man and woman asunder.
Two little girls. Perl Fullerton and
Lillie Johnson, placing a large white
hoop as a wedding ring over the heads
of the aged couple, then as Mrs. Steen
played the wedding march the aged
couple and the family marched to the
dinner table which was spread with a
bounteous repast to which all did ample
justice. $30 in money was given them
alito two clocks set in gold, one sent
by a cousin from Kinsman. Ohio, and
the other from the pastor and wife and
; neighbors. The afternoon was spent in
; singing songs. _
WE BID YOU GOOD-BYE
The Loup City Northwestern sub
srription list and plant was sold to
C. F Beushausen this week, and the
Northwestern will be merged with
the Times and in the future but one
paper will be issued, under the namr
' of Sherman County Times. All back
! subscriptions will be payable to the
Times management and all advance
subscriptions to the Northwestern will
receive the Times instead of the North
Combining the subscription lists of!
the two papers will give the one pap. r j
a large circulation and w ill be of great ;
value to advertisers. Mr. Beushausen
now has one of the best if not the best
squipped newspaper ofiees in this sec
tion of the state and will maintain c
job office separate from the uewspa
per office, thus being enabled to give
the job printing patrons much better
and quicker service
i The Northwestern has enjoyed a
splendid patronage under the retiring
managemut and the only reason tot 1
selling was the desire to get into a.
larger field.__ and the belief that one
newspai*er can properly fill the field
here. Mr. Beushausen purchased the
j plant and busines> at our solicitation
1 and it w ill be his endeavor to give the
I»eople of ■Shrman County the best and
newsiest paper that can be gotten out. j
and his efforts should be rewarded by
the proper support, it is an expensive
1 projtosition to get out a newspaper
these'days. and it has been the writ
er's experience in Loup City during the
last two years and a half, that the pa
p-r very seldom paid expenses. The
money being made ;tt the job depart
The Northwestern management de
sires at this time to thank the busi
ness men and citizens of Sherman
- ountv for their support and courtesies
extended during our businss career in
I. up City and we will always recall
with pleasure the short and profitable
time that was spent in your midst.
RED CROSS FUND.
Rt d < ross war fund heretofore re
ported for Loup City and surrounding
territory SS.4S3.1tO to which may he
added as follows:
J. C. Steele .$10.00
C J. Tracy . 10.00
\V D. Zimmerman . 10.00
F S. Stickley . 10 00
James Bartunek . 10.00
Fritz Birhel . 20.00
W W. E Grossnicklaus. 10.00
Wm. Kuoepfel . 5.00
Charles Biehl .—. 5.00
Ben Stobbe . 5.00
Aug Jaeschke . 5.00)
W. D Clipston . 5.00
IV. E. Machalski . 5.00
James Bowman . 2.50
Jens P. Hausen . 5.00
J. C. Fletcher . 5.00
J. S. Needham . 5.00
J. F Peters . 4.00
Hans Hansen . 5.00
Mrs. Hans Hansen .„ 5.00
May Evans .5.00
Mike Mazankowski . 5.00
Charles Jewell . 5.00 '
To this may be added in round num '
ber# about $1,000.00 making a total of
$4,050.50 for Loup City and surround
Litchfield people have sent over
something over $1,300. Ashton has for
warded to headquarters about $700 and
have some more on hand. Hazard re
ports having about $S00 making an ap
proximate total in round numbers of
$7,500. leaving Sherman county short
about $1,000. There are some contribu
tors of the red cross funds at Rock
ville which will reduce the $1,000 yet
due as Sherman countys quota to that
extent. Don’t wait to be solicited, but
be a good volunteer soldier and tote
your bundle voluntary and raise the
balance of this money withou’ delay.
OUR SOLDIER BOYS ARE OFF.
Last Saturday morning twenty-four
of Sherman county’s bright young
men left over the Burlington to answer
the summons of the selective draft and
fight the country’s battles. They were
a stalwart intelligent bunch and were
in charge of Chris Larsen About fivt
hundred people were present to see
them off and the band furnished music
for the occasion. It was a solemn oe
casion and while the boys were down
cast when the time for the “good-byes”
had arrived but they soon cheered af
ter they began their journey. The real j
hard fight is in the heart of the mo-1
there who are always thinking about I
the welfare of their boy. These are!
strenous times and the mother who1
sees her boy go to the defense of his
country is fighting as great a battle as
was ever fought. Soon out of town
the boys cheered up and marched
through the coaches and sang and they
were a jolly crowd. At Ashton the
! band of that patriotic town met the
boys at the train and played a few
patriotic hymns which the boys ap
preciated very much. At St. Paul they
were joined by the Howard county boys
and where they had a similar demon
These arc the hoys who comprised
the quota that left Saturday:
A GENTLE RUB.
Every so often we hear the subject
of street improvements for T>iup City
being discussed, but nothing comes of
it and our streets remain the same mud
roads with their expensive cost on a'
count of the care needed to keep them
wet down and hauling dirt at rross
ings. The crossings are always dirty
more or less after a rain in spite of the
good efforts of the men who clean them
since the traffic brings the mud back
soon after a crossing has been cleaned.
We hear different sorts of material
advocated for our strcts all the way
from oil to brick, bir nothing is done
and we just keep hauling in more clay
and drag and sprinkle and walk and
drive in mud and dust.
But as a matter of fact there is little
use discussing paving streets in Loup
City until one other improvement has
been secured first and that a sewer
system. This must be done before per
manent paving is undertaken and cer
taiulv it is the one great thing which
this town should do and do it soon.
There are many ways this could be
done and one good idea is to pave seve
ral blocks in the main street district
and place the sewer mains for that
district at the same time The genera1
survey for the whole town could be
made and as much sewer main placed
as property owners desfred.
There are a number of improvements
Loup City could make and then no*
be in advance of many other towns of
One that must receive mention is the
street light question It is the belief of
the writer that Lour City should use
more lights and larger ones and that
the burning calender should be enlarg
ed. On dark nights whether the moon
is suposed to shine or not. lights should
But the-sewer needs of Loup Oin
should be attended to Of course there
would be those against tt. there always i
will be that satisfied element of peo
ple who loom up before every pro
gressive. movemen hut much can be
done if fair and square argument in
favor of this need be used and on< -.
it is started and a pan of the town
have the use of proper drainage the
opposition will grow less and more
Daily sells for less.
Try Chase's first—it pays.
Help me win the Hudson Sup''r-Six
C. E Thornton.
Mrs. Chris Toterson took in the
Howard county fair. Wednesday
Glenn Guilford and Wm. Olilsen are
in St. Pual this week taking in the
M Biemond returned home Tuesdaj
from Omaha, where he had been with
Her sister's lover is lured to his ruin
and the happiness of her sister's life is
wrecked by her own lying schemes
Rut she herself is finalv crushed be
neath the weight of her plots. Wm
Fox presents Theda Bara in his photo
play which portrays the wiles of a fasc
inating woman. "The Vixen.” Written
by Mary Murillo Directed by J. Gor
don Edwards. Opera house. Saturday.
AH Day Glasses That Help You
Yes, everything—from the pa
per in your hand to the street
car down the street. You can
see both near and far objects
with perfect clearness and dis
tinctness, without ever remov
ing your glasses from morning
The Only Invisible Bifoal
No more fussing with two
pairs of glasses—or putting up
with the annoying lines and
seams of the old-fashioned,
age-revealing bifoals. Kryp
toks look like single lenses.
We examine eyes.
Home of Tories—the deep
T ou take no chances in buy
ing these glasses from us. We
guarantee a tit.
HENRY M. ELSNEB
TRAITOR AT LARGE.
The finding of several posters past
ed on the flag pole south of the court
>use square Saturday morning occa
sioned no little excitement and City
Clerk Rowe lost no time in removing
:h>- c' je toinable posters after Photo
sr; idter t! ner had taken several
snr. -hots of the same to be used as
evidence in running down the cur who
would he so cowardly as to r*asie up
su- treasonable matter in the dead of
he night. when he was almost certain
that detection was impossible. Several
citizens have expressed the opinion
that the work was cone by some 1
W. W. who sneaked into town during
the fair, but the majority seem to think
that local talent is responsible for the
occurance. Both articles were printed,
on in imitation typewriter type and the
tone of the two were in the same vein,
making an appeal to the laboring clas
ses to resist the draft law. and to in
sist that every well fed money glut
ton" among the professional classes
and all teachers, lawyers, editors, bank
ers. preachers, etc., be put in the front
of the firing line and several othe;
treasonable statements of a worst
character that The Northwestern ha.
no desire to repeat. Rewards of from i
$25 to S10P have been offered by Loup;
City citizens for any information per
taining to ihe affair and the County j
Council of Defense has taken up thei
matter. It is also likely that the Stale
Council of Ilefense will take some ac ,
tion. The perpetrator of the outrage!
will be discovered if there is any way;
to find him One reason why many j
think loial talent is responsible is he '
cause none of the treasonable posters;
have been put up in any of the adjoin
Swedisn Mission Church.
Our annual mission meeting "Mis ;
'ions mote" v ill be held the 2S-30 this'
month, beginning Friday evening at 8 ,
o'clock. A meeting also at 3 o'clock on
Saturday afternoon will be held.
The meetings on next Sunday art
as follows: Review of Sunday School
lessons beginning at 10:30 a. m. Ser
moil at 11:30 Dinner will be served in i
the church at t fi'cte>; — !
An afternoon program all in Englis! j
will be given by the church choir and j
string band Remember the Holmberr j
brothers. Rev. A Lundberg. a rar*
speaker, singer and player will also
partake Everybody is cordially invit
ed. We exepct a visit from our Ameri
can friends. Admission is free, but a I
silver offering will be taken up.
Meeting also at 8 o'cloc k in the even
ing The choir is prepared to sing at
all meetings and so is the Rev. Lund
berg. We also,are very fortunate in
having with us cur state district presi
dent, the venerable soldier-father and
mighty preacher of the good old gospe
the Reverend K. A Isakson from Au
rora. The opportunity is now yours to
come No man. woman or child can
be a loyal United States citizen and
neglect the church and service of the
Lord and Saviour. Jesus Christ.
Daily sells for less.
The Rockville boys won the gam*
with Ashton. Sunday bv a score of C
Albert Seabeck left for Omaha, on
Thursday to consult a doctor about his
The Rockville school children re
ceived second prize at Loup City last
A large number of Rockville people
attended the-fair at Loup City las*
Superintendent L H. Currier visit
ed the Rockville school. Wednesday of
Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Stott attended
the Hall county fair at Grand Island
Clarence Sorensen came in Thursday
from York to visit with relatives and
friends a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cronk. Mr. Sultz
and Miss Bessie Wilson autoed to Loup
City. Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Jurgen Carstens and
son. Chas . went to Grand Island on
Wednesday, returning on Thursday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lem
berg. Wednesday, a big baby girl. Mo
ther and child are getting along fine
Mrs. Walt Finder of Centra! City,
came in Wednesday, to spend a few
days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Walthers and- sons of
Hastings .autoed to Rockville last
week to visit a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Markin.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reasland and
children and Henry Reasland autoed
to Grand Island last week Thursday
and returned the same day.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nielson and son.
Howard, went to Grand Island. Thurs
day morning to attend the Hall county
fair and visit relatives a few days.
The Peerless Rebecca lodge at
Rockville, celebrated their sixty-sixth
anniversary, Wednesday. A bounteous
supper was served and everybody had
a pood time
Mr. and Mrs. C F. Krehmke enter
tained at dinner. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs
Chris Nielson and family. Mr and Mrs
E. Dwehus and family and Mr. ar.d
Mrs. E. F Kozel.
Mrs. L. E. Dickinson and daughter J
Janet, of Ravenna, ex me to Rockville
Wednesday evening to attend the Re
beeca doings and to spend a couple of
days with Mr. and Mrs. Wm Stott.
A surprise party was given in honor
of Carl Jensen last Thursday evening,
who left the following day for Fon
Riley. Kansas. A luncheon was served
and games were played and everyone
reported an enjovable time.
DAVIS CREEK NEWS.
Frank Manchester and son drove to!
A rather heavy rain fell in this vi
cinity Monday Also a few hail stones \
Frank Manchester had a fine cat
of cabbage in Ord the first of this ’
Mrs. Frank Manchester and children
visited with the Lorenee White family
Earn Paddock had a small load of j
melons on the streets of Ashton. Sat
ufday and they were nice ones
Mr. and Mrs. Ed". Stillman and chil
dren spent the sabbath day at the
home of their son. Lewis, and wife.
Ed Stillman and Ray Gorley shipped
a car of cattle to Omaha. Tuesday
Stillman accompanied the shipment
Mike Wheatland shipped a car o'
cattle and hogs to South Omaha last
Monday. He accompanied the shipment
and returned Thursday.
There was no school in most of the
districts last Friday as it was chil
dren’s day at the fair and the teachers
and pupils all attended There was
some fine school work exhibited.
Mr. and Mrs Chas Glauss. Mr. and
Mrs. Mike Wheatland. Mr. and Mrs
Tony Zaruba. Mr. and Mrs. John Pel
anowski. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Manches
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sowokiuo? and
their families. Mrs. Mary Sperling and
family and Geo. and Jesse Barnet;
and their waves, were all in Loup City
last Thursday attending the fair.
Omaha's Gavety Theatre Proudly Oc
supies that Coveted Position—Is
With no one denying the assertion
the claim stands admitted as a fact
that aside from the Ak-Sar-Ben carm
val and parades in Omaha, week of
Oct. 1st, the biggest, most novel and
greatest attraction — the one which
will have by far the largest attendance.1
is the popular Gavety Theatre where i
twice daily the stage will be occupied
by that gorgeous, scintillating and
exhilarating spectacle. Rose Sydell's
famous London Belles in an entirely
new musical entertainment. This big
organization of half a hundred people
will present a pot-pourri of fun. music
and song, the like of which one cannot
see in any city west of Omaha Gay !
and glittering costumes by the hun
dred and elaborate, massive stage set
tings until one is bewildered is but a
portion of the big show's equipment
On parade days and nights the cur
tain wil not rise until after the pag i
earns have passed the Gavety. It will!
be wise to procure your seats imme
diately upon arrival in Omaha as the I
crowds wiil be enormous. An effort is
being made whereby local ticket agents ;
may sell a round trip ticket to Omaha,
including a reserved seat at the Gavety
thus avoiding much confusion. True
indeed is the trite saying: Your most ■
urgent errand to Omaha is to visit the
Gavety.—for lo. it is the truth!
Help bring the Hudson Super-Six to
Sherman county by subscribing foi
The Omaha Daily News through C. E.
It would be interesting to know just
how much of that large Russian loan
will find its way into the pockets of
the men in the trenches. We look with
pride on the magnificent personnel of j
our army, but we are too apt to forget |
or overlook the fact that an adequate j
wage goes a long way towards secur
ing that personnel. The difference be
tween one cent a day and one dollar;
a day may account for considerable en ■
thusiasm or its absence. We venture ,
the assertion that an American guaran
tee of fifteen or twenty dollars a most!
to every Russian soldier who is will
ing to stand and fight would materially i
change the morals of the Russian arm :
ies. It is worth a trial
I have a good paying business for
sale or trade for a farm Experience I
not necessary. H. R. H. Williams.
Up-to-date this country is about the
only one upon which Germany has not
laid the responsibility for the war. Our
turn will come next.
See the new coats at Mrs. Henry's
LOUP CITY SCHOOL NOTES
Miss Welsch went to her home in
Central City last Saturday morninc
returning Monday evening.
Miss Leinineer has missed several
days of school on account of sickness
bu* she is back in school again now
Thursday and Friday afternoons of
la«t week were half holidays so all
could attend the fair. On Friday (bi
annual school parade was held. The
prize for the best class or school was
given to the seniors.
Adelbert Ward was absent Monday
John Thode was not present Mon
Gladys Hosier is taking English in
the ninth grade this year.
Veva Wilk e and Faye Reynolds are
taking ninth agriculture on Tuesdays
John Stanczyk, Adelbert Ward. Rex
ford Currier, Domenick Haremza and
Christian Christensen were absent
last Thursday and Friday mornings.
Everyone be sure to come to the first
football game of the season. The con
ici is between Ord and Loup Citv. We
intend to make a grand victory of
our first game.
Seneca lameras at Swanson's Phar
AN OPEN LETTER.
Will you please tell me. or answer
me one question. Who takes the place
of the slacker? If a slacker is let out,
does it not put one in his place before
his time. If one of Sherman county's
boys who is willing to go when his
call comes is called to fill the place
of the slacker, is not the slacker a fit
subject for disgust and contempt of
every person, who is proud of his citi
zenship under the stars and stripes,
and is it not our duty to see that he
receives it fully as much as the young
man who goes when his call comes, re
ceives our respect and approbation.
Don't be a slacker in your disgust
and contempt of the slacker, even
though his exemption is procured by
wealth or prestage, but let your con
tempt and disgust be equally spent up
on him who procures the exemption.
Is the poor man's son compiled to
take the place of the rich ?
No fault to find with our loyal board,
they are men. 1 would rather follow
my son to Evergreen cemetery than
have him branded as a slacker.
A Citizen of Loup City.
Johnstone's candies at Swanson's.
The B. of E club entertained at the
home of Miss Elizabeth Leininger on
Wednesday evening in honor of Miss
Berdie Needham of Omaha, who is
here visiting this week with her many
friends and relatives. A dainty lunch
eon was served and a good time was
reported by all. , IJ
Parker's fountain pens are sold only
George Clarke, who acts in "The Vix
en." a new William Fox production,
has had the distinction of playing be
fore two kings of England and two
presidents of the United Slates. Mr.
Clarke was born in England, and he
quickly attained a position of promi
nence on the English stage. At the,
Garrii k Theatre. London, he appear
ed before King Edward and Queen
Alexandra, and many years later, be
fore King George and Queen Mary. In
America Mr. Clarke had the distinc
tion of playing before Presidents Taft
and Wilson. He personally received
Mr. Taft behind the scenes at the Bel
aseo in New York.—Opera house. Sat
urday. Sept. 28.
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