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Gossip About Plays and Players
t;OK8TKD last work a a poasl- lime, the Purwood and the Krat will con- Omaha, mainly of the tnicnue variety, but World's Comedy Four. Admlrrrs of nth-
blllty, the realisation of the ef- tlnue at the old stands until hot weather with such nice taste and discrimination as letlcs are promised a fine treat on the horl-
fect of the 8aa Francisco horror compels them to shnt down. to make her a prime favorite. lontal bars by Marvelous Frank and Little
on the Omaha theatrical business r - Mr. J. Sedley Brown and his wife. Miss Bob. Little Boh la something of a come-
may be announced this week. The Some changes have been mad during the Carrie Clarke Ward, were not so well dlan and Introduces his woll trained little
rtisnter brings to an untimely end the week at the Burwood. In the personnel of known In Omaha, having been here but dog". Frank Hayes, another new comer
eeasin at the Boyd and the Orpheum. the Woodward Stock company playing at a short time, but since their advent they here, will contribute to the fun making,
I niring the week Manager Burgees had let- tht house. Mr. J. Bedley Brown, who have made many warm frlende outside the while the Holdsworth, novelty banjolsta
ters from the east cancelling the engage- been stage director of ths house sine stage life. Mr. Brown Is one of the best and singers and dancers, and a fresh In-
ments here of the "Man and Buperman" the resignation of Harry Long last fall, known stag directors In ths country and stallmerrt of klnodrome pictures rounds out
company, which was to have played the leaves to take charge of a summer stock nla wife Is a character actor of ability, a bill calculated to provide several hours
summer season at Ban Francisco, and the Company which will play during the heated They, too, will be much missed. of good, bright entertainment.
Sothern-Marlowe engagement, the western months at Minneapolis. This company Is Saturday night. May S. the season will be
tours having been abandoned. The "Babes to be under the management of Dick Fer- Cnmlna Events. brought to a close at the Orpheum. On
In Toyland" company lost everything in rls, and Florence Btona will be the leading When Jan Kubellk., the great Bohemian thg OCCaslon a double bill will be given,
the fire and so had to cancel. The season woman. Carrie Clarke Ward goes with violinist, appears In this city at Boyd's AftM the professional program a rousing
at the Boyd has thus practically closed n'r husband. Mr. Cecil Owen and Miss theater Saturday, May t, our musle lovers amateur show Is promised.
wnn me engagement of Miss Crosman, uome uavia leave lor me east mis aiier- win nave a ireai 01 virtuosity ana musi-
whlch was at an end last night. Kubellk noon. They expect to spend the summer clanship the like of which was never known
will be heard next Saturday night In a Detroit as members of the Ilolden upon the bow and strings, else all Indlca-
concert, and on Sunday and Monday even- Stock company. Mr. Orant Simpson also tlons are palpably wrong. If ths usually
lngs following the Dockstader minstrels leaves the company to accept an engage- cynical New Tork critics, some of whom
will be presented, and this will end the ment with a summer stock company. These like H. E. Krehble of the Tribune and W.
bookings. It Is not at all lively that the engagements had to be accepted at once J. Henderson of the Sun are among the
Boyd theater will be sg&ln open before Pr not at all, which accounts for the recognised musle authorities In America,
(Visa akt 4 s A mskA T. r i ithfinirafl ttz-iwr Mltnngef W rrA W & frl hll atak k. Wvl I aa a hats t atlatft bma
pounces that It will close on next Saturday uppl!ert his company by adding to Its ever visited these shores Is so remarkably that Mr. . H. Klmross, wno win conuuci
night, the season winding u, at least one membership Miss Rose Curry, a woman of equipped technically and temperamentally. tne mandarin performances, is one or tne
week earlier than had been expected, due much ability; Mr. Oeorge Saren. Mr. Stuart For beauty absolute. In quality of tone. oldert numbers f the San Francisco Mu-
to the disruption of the circuit by the Beebe and Mr. Will Davis. Mr. Davis wu )n symmetry of phrase. In sustained grace, ilcal unlon' httv1n become a member in
destruction of the San Francisco theater. member of the original Woodward Stock n authority and in command of the most H78- He tatP that the union there has
Manager Beck went east during the week company at the Crelghton theater, and Is difficult technicalities of his Instrument 0VT m mrnb,r"' l5 P'r cent of whom
to consul with President Myerfeldt of the romlng back to his own. Mr. Saren has Kubellk a present performances are pro- r,,,ea ln tha rtlBtrlct devastated by nre.
company, and said when passing through "h Arnold Daly forces, and noUnced by these critics Impeccable. Of Mo,,t of thMn ''"P1-"1 enough to neg-
By far the biggest benefit ever given In
Omaha will be that for the San Francisco
sufferers under the auspices of the Parish
Aid society of All Saints church at the
Boyd on the evenings of Thursday and Fri
day, May 10 and 11, and matinee on Satur
day, May 12. It Is something remarkable
that It was likely that the season would Mr. Beebe Is a well known stock actor. nldr more consequence to tha muslo lor- ,pct Inuring their belongings nave lost
be abruptly ended. It la the Intention of . Ing public Is the tremendous enthusiasm thelr ,n many caf,es thelr l"18-
the Orpheum people to rebuild in San U u not ""h0" " "fet that Omaha KubeIlkl, piaylni provokes among his " u uUe rtaln that for a considerable
Francisco aa quickly as po-slble, and to ,ajrg V Mr. Cecil Owen and his ren. H1, firat ,,udienCeB n New Tork PTioi ot tlme thplr opportunities for earn-
have a theater onen next season If It can excellent wife. Miss Dollle Davis. Thla tM. ..M w.r. ornH . .rt,,i In a livelihood from music are almost
be accomplished. other theaters will be palr of hard-working and conscientious frenly of acclaim. , totally destroyed. Would It not be a gra-
actors navi estaousnca tnemsoives nrmiy - clous tblng for All Bnints i'arisn Ain so-
wlth a circle of friends in Omaha, who aome new faces will be noted at the Bur- ",ety to designate that the sums resulting
win reel a personal sense ot loss in their wnnd thl. .-k -nd ,mft n. nnmM from what at present promises to re a
departure, while the public who simply ,n th caats for the double bill monster benefit, and earned by the efforts
.t- - hK tlV... til M,.. . . I . 1 W 1 , A-
A backward glance at the season In """"" """ lnnt t0 pref,,nted. Harry Long re- or umana m musical wVi. e.
Omaha Is In a measure encouraging for l"'"1 B,eRtI- Mr WPn Cam '? mftha turns a. sUg. director of the company for Mayor Sohmlt, for the particular relief of
rushed through, and the effect on next
season's business Is likely to be Inslgnlfl
we have had some of the best the country "mC fUr "a"n" aff t0 P'ay WUh the rest of the season and will present tha needy musicians In San Francisco? Whether
... .1" . "m? . n "Mt .th c?mfTJ th Ferris Summer Stock company at the , hl. . this suggestion meets with approval or not:
Boyd and was not long ln making his Bunday afternoon. "Jane," the delightful the proceeds of the performances will ma
presence felt in the cast. His work has comeJy bv Nlcnol8 Lestocq, with Miss Lang terlally add to Omaha1 contribution,
always been of a high standard, and. no lrl ,h. . h. fh. fBat,,r. Tickets are going like wildfire. Box par-
matter how objectionable the part might of th9 bl( prece(Je(1 by ft one-act play by ties are being organised and everything
Jerome K. Jerome, called "Sunset." In points to the fact that society Is going to
this piece tha main Interest centera around ha there enmasse to aid In the good work.
the two women, played by Miss Lang and 31
Miss Curry. Tha double bill will be offered Gossip from staaeland.
each evening during tha week, with matl- Lillian Russell Is going out next season
could afford. It has been notable, though
for the lack of Interest displayed at tlme.
F.ven Richard Mansfield failed to drew me
audiences aa he used to. It would be a
waste of time to offer exrdses for this state
of affairs. The simple truth Is that the
people did not go to the theater. The Bur
wood has done and is still doing a big
have seemed, he has always given It his
best endeavor. It Is simple Justice to say of
him that In all the long list of roles ha has
assumed during bis time In Omaha the
buslneea: tha patronage at the Orpheiim at.s not one hag v been giighted ln the
waa tha best that house baa entnve sine 7 A ... ... J 1 L . aon evening aunng tna weea, witn man- Ionian Kusseu is going oui nexi season
was tne nest i that house has enjoyed since lf,agt. 0n the otnP hand ne haB g!ven gundav Tuesday Thuraday and the management of Joseph Brooks
It waa devoted to vaudeville, and the Krug to eaoh ,uoh touches of Individuality as to "e" " 8undaT' Tueaday. Thuraday and ,n come(,y called ..The Happlnesa cf
nas orogen some nouse records. Tno make It stand out clear and distinct. He
Boyd has been the only sufferer. Messrs. nPV,r BnUKht to Impress the public with
Woodward Burgess are In nowise dls- tne personality of Owen, but haa with rare
eouraged by this condition, though, and artistic fidelity lost himself In the char-
Woman." She will sing no more.
Paul Kester'a dramatization of "Dorothy
Th coming attraction at tha Krug four Vernon of Haddon Hall" was put on In
nights starting with matinee today will be fe0"?0" ,a,t Ve.uBS,r, a, WvSJSh?
during the summer they propose to have , . present, and "ODU"" "r""-1"." '"a "'"".. " the Hall." and. according, to the cable re-
k. ,v. ,.,, .. . . , ..... " . - . , r . . ' . . T women wm vo," a new aensationai meio- ports, scored a decmea nit.
. ' llZLTTA ha. K,VPn " '"rpretation so Intelligent drama from th, of naxry JackMn. Mary Bhaw'a tour unde
up. The frescoing will be done over, the
boxes will be fitted tip anew, and the
and convincing an to stamp It as a crea
tion. It Is this quality of the true artist
under the Shuberts
tv,. ..i. i,u . ., . . ,i in tne new armma, iiie duhuo.
" F J ' , ", has been abruptly terminated. The play
Whole b .. -m V-... .'!,.; .T: J l7 ,T"":' adventure. Soma of tha very remarkable i. a failure. Mlsi Shaw will rest for tha
Whole house will be resented, so that when that has made Mr. Owen so popular an . . ,. ,tJ ... . lm,7 .j . .rt out over the Shubert
real life site boat turned upside down circuit with-a new play ln the fall.
. , .,, ,h. ..... Tha Converse-Petera company Is going
In full sight of tha audience, a wonderful lnt0 tha ..lerlf. ani . planning to send
leap for Ufa Into tha boiling sea, a out a company next season ln a play by
struggle for Ufa or death on tha rocky Louis K. Anspacher, "The embarrassment
. . ... . .. !.. i..,..ti of FUohes." Bruce MacRae and Kathryn
abyss, a very olaver and InteresUng life K1(Jder hava been engaged for Important
Doai ana many ouier wonaenui ana novel roles ln it.
effects. Despite the strenuous objections of the
$i Btllimans, Mrs. James iirown fotier win
A comnanr of duskv damsels and come- shortly sail for the United States, where
time to open for next season comes It actor and which Is certain. to win for him
will be practically a new theater to which an even wider recognition. Miss Davis has
the publlo will be Invited. .In the mean- also played a wide range of parts In
Music and Musical Notes
Muslo Calendar for the Week. ting ln a front box one night, where ha
MONDAY, 8:15 Boyd's theater, Mr. and was giving a concert. It waa ln Debregzln,
.h. nrlll nlav . tnmlv. weeks' .ntrn irATTien t
dlana Will appear In "RUfua RastUS," Hur- Fifl's hnshund and hanklna- father-in-law
Mrs. Joseph Oalini, piano and Harp re- Hungary. After the recital her father and tig & Seaman'a etarrlng vehicle for Ernest hava made every possible effort to prevent
Cltal. .. '. . ..... m . . . . . . Unlh,v Vntt.r frftm primlnff nVAF. but it haa
c iTi-,,r,.w . r r 1 ' .i . . . tt.. nis Dartv came nacic or tne soenea to noran. at uia Krui ror enree mania siari- . - - - '
i. rti.A , o.iif duju mrnirr, u n 1 1 ivu- - - been in vain
bellk, violin recital; First Baptist congratulate the young violinist and ask ing Thursday, May S. Mr. Hogan and his Augustus Thomas Is now ln Paris where
church, De Minor C. Baldwin, ortsanlet. him to lunch the next day. Kubellk waa asaoclatea hava Juat finished a long run In ha la putting the finishing touches on a
I BISPHAM ncltal and a May fes- " despair wncn ne touna sue was titled. rew xora, wnere may ware one or ma " ',;u i ,h Thr,n,L
A tival all in one week! That looks his personality, together with his hits of the season. Tha company will da- nmtpaney' .?Tha Education of Mr.-PlppT
I nil If Dmnhn urorA In thn iTnmA wealth, finally overturned opposition. plct all tha humoroua typea and ldloayn- has been aulta successful this season, and
musically, doesn't it? Ail the Tne following numbers will be played cracles of the natural black man. It teems his route will carry him back to a number
Sieat imrltone'a admirers wero hy Kubellk Saturday avanlnt:;,, . . with comedy of tha aort that only the j'liLmidv " "eCn
... lorce. They were tilled with the Symphonie' Espkgrfbte Lalo southern negro can effulge. The company Mr gothern and Miss Marlowe are cap-
oine keen delight which radiates from all RoVnlnca IS aS'" Uh which Mr. Hogan haa been associated tivated by their breezy, rushing present
Mr. Blupbaui'a .rancea, - ZeX?" f to b. all that It should b 0. $
The May festival, too, was a great sue- Carnev"1,l " Wlenaiwskl lnal 1 ldeaa predominate throughout the-beBt and moet attracUve pieces of work
ceas. Its promotera feel happy and en- . " B'tea "y Mrs. Agnes Oar- production and of course there are plenty he ever has done and the Katherlne of Miss
couraged over tne outcome. Vague plana w wl"?'ar of girls who participate In the singing. , war'owa possessing a. P
f . :,. eleotlons from Chopin, Grunfeld and Llsit. ....i w. h .ho. 'charm which is an attribute of
... bo Ludwlir Hrhwah Is th fmmnnl.i h- " - - cnaracienzuuun one uuern.
sldered for next year. Luck and plenty of L tneoip anlst and ha c,almed to be a hearty laugh from start Sam Bernard will contlni
It to these enthusiustlce, energetic people.
It begins to seem as if a few artiutlc souls
would no longer have to bear the brunt of
holding up the standard, musically speak-
loea most marvelous work.
Tha seventh blenulaf festival will be held
In tha Muaio hail, Cincinnati, during tha
first woek of May, 1M. Six concerts will
Bam Bernard will continue ln the Frolv
man fold for another season. There was a
story out that Bernard would be his own
manager ln the future, but last week he
renewed his contract with Charles Froh-
A man with three wives, or it least one 1 a" b a lr!!wi!L!tlu
lit? A l BCttSUIl 111 " mwoivoi v. u i .
to finish, embellished with gorgeous acenlo,
electrical and costumlc effects.
..... -.. u iven. Evenings of Tuesday Wednes- lnal ownB lo 18 "olI,eln,n u"" now being prepared for his use. jiurnara
group of workers gets tired there Is an- . Li,ia . J!t. a " . this neck of the woods, and it la-Very likely has met with a wonderful success In "The
other eager arid willing to carry on the ?ay' r'tty alu Saturday, Jay L 2, 4 and 7 Rollicking Girl," and as he owns the piece
A V;7 m 6: ftemoon of Thursday and Saturday, ,M e' . . Syrian artist, wno fceen b than U8uai.
is scneauieu m avpear . t iiie ur
Is to pull together and help .each other,
This spirit Is surely coming ln a greater
and fuller degree. What's the use of
sniffing at other people's workt It's a
beastly hnblt and one that this town neras
to get out of. There ought to be no
"cliques." One of .ny dreams Is a musi
cians' club a great big room In some
downtown building, the walls a soft green.
May 3 and 5.
The following named choral works having
choral parts will be given at the seven
teenth festival: , '
Cantata-Ood's Time Is the Best Bach
Ninth (Choral) Symphony.-, Beethoven
Cantata Into the World Benoit
"A Uermun Requiem" Brahms
pheum with three of his own wives for the
week starting matinee today, will arouse a
curious Interest. Abd'el Kader and each of
his wives are declared to be clever with the
Arnnlii TVilv last week rev
Shaw'a brilliant satire on the military,
Arms nnrt the Man." which King KUwaro:
then the prince of Wales, did Mr. Shaw
the honor to say it must have been written
by a madman. Richard Manstleld usea me
brush and turn out 'pictures with remark- play for one or two seasons some ten years
abla ability Harry Foy and Flo Clark J"" laVeV ai tlley" ar. at
will be aeen In their latest auccess, a com.
Guy Standing, wno naa oeen piaying- juh
iiit TrinmnhMni" v'an'Vi'.V'st.k.n edy sketch entitled "Th Modern Jonah.
The enlni.ts ontrnoo.t h. .ti.i The scene, which takes place at the bottom role of tha doctor In "The Duel," Is leaving
with a few good pictures; somo comfortable . w .,.w .i. 71 7 " of the s renulres laborate scenic and Mr. Skinner a company to become leaamg
chairs, a good music library, a table with f ,eourln(t the lriUrpretaUon. ot electrical effects an affords th. comedian
all the good mubic Journals; to top It all. th( wnrU , .hlh K. . . noortunlty for some original "business."
a first-class grand piano, maybe two; a algne(1 They are; So,)ran0gi Mme. Jo- That consummate Impersonator of famous
comfortable, frleidly place wherein to
linnnit fl.il. lrl TUtr-m fWrin. Dv4...V.L.. CORiPOSerS. Willy Zimmerman. Introduces hi.f rival in the raDital. Walter Hitch
meet, discuss musical matters and listen ..,.. vt t I considerable humor Into his "stunts." Fun cock of "The Embassy Ball" takes Mr.
to aome good music; no red tape, no fus, B u Mr John Coate barltonea making and singing are tha speclaltlea of
and feathers. I never was blessed with . K... ... r...,. x, I
" dd-, ..... &'iaiiK.uii Lavirs, mr. neia
iuVi nf the (Vilumbia Stock comiiany ln
Washington. Although he will open next
full in a new nlav under the Bhubert man.
agement, he will be during the summer
the head of the Shubert Slock company a
1 ln the capital, w
"The Embassy Ball"
Standing's place ln "The Duel."
business ability, but I think I could steer K, WI,K. . , '
... ... . t-i. hrt Wltherspoon, Mr. Charles Clark,
nil BUI 1 Ul nil HI 1 nimtrilieui. biiu iiifiikv lb
reasonably pleasant. It might ha the be-
ginning of something very much worth Mr. Hans Albert will make hla last cbn-
whlle and pass on to mora competent hands cert appearance with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
than mine. Gahm Monday evening. These three artists,
- ift who have made so many friends In Omaha
Tomorrow night Mr. and Mra. Joseph and wjo have done so much for the causa
Gahm give their farewell recital at Boyd's 0( good muslo here, should be greeted by a
theater before leaving Omaha for a three crowded house,
yeara' aojourn In Berlin. Following Is tha .
program: wr,,i Men are better than they seem. It la a
Plinn fn Praelndlum from Suite. McDowell
(b) Andante con Varlilonl Beethoven Iare man wno "hows the best of himself
Funeral March Beethoven to the world, his deepest convictions, his
(p) Cantlque rS'AmMir Liszt highest conceptions of duty, his most oro-
Haro Andante from Molse Fan-
Violin legend. Mnsurka Wlenlawskl
Mr. Hans Albert.
vtudo. Op. ?5. No. 7 Chonin
(b nomance Schumann
(c Sextet, from Luola
found belief In charity, and who Uvea out
the deepest and holiest thought which he
has. ' j
Genius may be auperioi to education, but
Drudgery must coma before delight.
Donlsettl-Ischetlski Fallhful toll will find reward In joyful trl-
Mr. Gahm. umph.
Welsh Melody ajM VsHHtlons Thomas Wnen tn M ,B onc( p,rmltted t0 accu,.
Hungarian Airs Ernst torn Itself to Inaccuracy t rapidly begins
Witches' Revelry K'apricclo).
c Ptilnnln Wheel
(d) Valse Petite
(e) Minuet M'wlerne
to pardon It, and even to enlarge tha limits
of its forgiveness.
Wallace Irwin writes this little poem for
Collier's Weekly. It la full of lova and a
Mr. Gahm leaves us to go entirely Into sort of lack of belief that the spirit of San
concert work. Mra. Gahm will continue Francisco la really gone. Irwin belonged,
her atudy of the harp under competent not to Ita commercial aide, not to tha big
mastera. It la to be hoped that Germany buildings and lost money, but to Ita tra
wlll not an far fascinate the Gahma that dltions. Its poetry His tears are for some
Omaha will be left out ot their plana In thing which never can come back. Gold
the future, cannot replace tha old haunts tha old as-
Think of Caruso, tha golden voiced. In $
pink pyjamas and bare feet, sitting on his tmn fraacleco.
valise amidst the rulna In front of tha Sna inched upon her hills out thera
Tnlace hotel! "O. why should the spirit Beside her bays of misty blue;
of mortal be proud V Tl' gayest hearts, the sweetest air
m . That any city ever knew.
On tha evening of May t two recitals will For j hava wnlitIed aU the ,onj,a
be given, tha moet Important by Jan Kub- That thrilled upon her care-free breath,
ellk at Bovd'a theater; the aecond by And I have mingled with her throrirs
De Minor C. Baldwin, tha concert or- But never " ln" thought of Death,
ganlst, at tha First Baptist church. It Is Lady of Veritures. Joy of Earth.
mh. . rj t v thst these rnncerta oonfllot. How more tha nltv for vour moans
We da not hava enough good muslo to Jh, a ,thr biM",m." f 'Kurli"h,
hsra two people appearing tha aame night,
r-f.m Mr. Baldwln'a press notices I infer
that ha la very good.
Kubellk Is being written up la tha most
rersonal way; hla marriage to a beautiful,
titled woman, and hla three hahlea. seem
ti Interest tha publlo Immensely. Also the
ensile where this happy family Uvea amid
'ii-h beautiful and poetlo surroundings.
Mndame Kubellk haa Just Joined her hus
b.ind. If Omaha people look hard they
will probably find her Saturday night, ffhe
Is blonde and her rlcturea port-ay a
sweet. rflnd type of woman. He fill
la lova with ter a4 first sight, she ait-
Crushed, like your Youth, beneath tha
, MART LEARNED.
Roles aad Personals.
Conreld lost 110.000 on hla St. Louis aei
eon of grand opera.
Lillian Blauvelt has closed her tour In
1 ne kom or Alhainbra.
The Thomas orcnestra will give a benefit
concert tor tna Ban rranclaco sufferers.
The Gaelic society of New Tork gave a
leauvai oi irisn music in Carnegie hail.
The scenery and costumes of ten operas
of the Conreld regime were destroyed In
2an r rancisco.
Sir Edward Flgar has arrived from Our
land to ci ndui l hla oratorio, "TUe Apoa-
u, ai iu v.iuv.iuuau May lesuvtu.
Woodward & Durgess
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DIREfiTIQHS P'ctar 'boTe Is made from the portraits of eight Prominent
I lwls Americaa Authors. Each portrait haa beea cut apart Cut out
Sarefully and rearrange the pieces so as to show the eight portraits properly. Paste
them neatly on a sheet of paper, and write the full name of each below the portrait.
and mail to Vitos Pep't. Pillsbury Washburn Co., Minneapolis, Minn., so it will
reach us not later than 10 days after publication accompanied by the top from
a two-pound package ot Pillsbury s east Breakfast Food "VI I Ob" and a sentence
of 25 words, telling why you like to eat PILLSBURY'5 " VITOS." Yoa can get
VITOS from any first-class grocer. The watches will be forwarded each week by the
Pillsbury Washburn Co, to the successful solrers as soon as the solutions csn be looked
over. Your solution to secure a watch must be correct in every particular and mast be
accompanied by the top from a two-pound package of FILLSBURY'S "VITOS,"
and also by the descriptive sentence as set forth above write your name and address
plainly on your solution. If sent by a school child give age and name of school. The
standing ot the Pillsbury-Washburn Flour Mills Co., the manufacturers of this break
fast Cereal, the largest flour and cereal concern in the world, is a guaranty of the high
quality of these watches, and an absolute assurance that they will be distributed In
good faith, exactly as advertised. Children can find who these authors are by asking
their parents or teachers. There Is no catch In the puixle. It is comparatively easy
of solution. Every correct eolation gets a watch. A watch given to one member
ef a family only.
Less than a pound for 10c off iha ordinary dry cereals
Figure it out with us. A two-pound package of PILLSBURY'S BEST BREAKFAST FOOD VITOS, which
is the white heart of the wheat grain, costs 15c and makes 12 pounds of tasteful, healthful, nourishing
food at a cost of ONE AKD ONE-QUARTER CERTS A POUXDa The ordinary ready cooked wheat food
package contain about seven-eights of a pound of finished food product and cost ten cents, or about
ELEVEN CENTS A POUND) or eight times as much. In addition to this, VITOS takes much less cream or
milk than the dry foods. That tells the " Economy Story.".. All the world knows that tha name
"Pillsbury" stands for the best and purest in food.
...ENTIRE RECEIPTS FOR...
Benefit of San Francisco Sufferers
MONDAY, MAY 7th
Sanctioned by the LOCAL RELIEF
200 r.luGlciano in Orchestra
m J'Hiei'H.i SI HIM ll.HH I'lWWMIW
Thursday, May 10; Friday, May 11, and Saturday Matinee, May 12
THE SAII FRANCISCO SUFFERERS
Celestial Comic Opera In 3 Acts
under the Ausploee of the
P rhh Aid Society of All Saints Church
Thone Douglaa 404.
Last Week of the Season
Matinee Sunday April 29
Todar ailS Tvnlaht 81IS
ABD'EL KADER AND HIS
In an Artistio Novelty
FOY & CLARK
In tha Modern Jonah, by Horry Foy
and Ren Shields
Live Portraits of Celebrated
COIIOK, WAD, DOSBS, HATIS,
WORLD'S COMEDY FOUR
Premier Exponenta of Fun and
MARVELOUS FRANK &
Gymnasts, Introduolna "Tip," tha
Novelty Ban)olsts, Singers aad
Prices 10c, 25c, 50c.
BIQ AMATUER SHOW BATURDAT
NIGHT MAY (.
The Oreat Austrian Pianist
Vsbsr PIsm. Direotloa: Haary Wollee
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Sunday 1 1:30 a. m. to 8 p. m.
iOc and 50c
At the CIIESAPCAKI3
1510 Howard Strsat.
TABLE D'UOTE 'DINNER'
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