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pared for the shock. Judge Lansing
was sixty years old and he died at the
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
UCMIFOBDI F.C. ZEHRUHG
Corner 1'Jtb and P. Phono 3TI
Mr. Frank W. Parks has been secured
as instructor for the fall season. Mr.
Parks is a professional who is well
known in the east and in the larger
It is Badly deplored that the majority
of players in this city play the game in
complete defiance of golf etiquette. The
following two rules are continually be
ing violated: "1. No player should play
from a tee until the party in front of
him has played his second stroke or is
out of range.'' "2. No player should
play to a putting-green until the players
ahead have holes out" The observance
of these rules, especially of the first one;
will prevent serious accidents. Another
rule often broken is the one in regard
to soling the club in a hazard. This is
only allowable in a grass hazard, but
in roads, sand bunkers, etc., it is in
direct violation of the aforesaid rule,
the penalty in match-play -being the
In the tournament on last Saturday
afternoon, Captain McCreery's side was
again victorious by a score of two.
Foity-Beren is the lowest score that
has been made by the local players on
these links, several of the men having
attained thht record. None of the wo
men players have scored under seventy.
The club is in a flourishing condition,
having now over eighty members, and
applications for membership are coming
in every week.
Seats are now on sale at the Oliver
Theatre box office for Tim Murphy on
Monday evening, October 8th. Tim
Murphy in Sol Smith Russell's play, "A
Bachelor's Romance," will make a hit
The Murphy interpretation of the role
is a substantial creation, devoid of men
nerioms, and a clear cut, character
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The Ave famous musical Nosses will
give a Euperb musical melange.
Prices 81.00, 75, 50 and 25 cents.
Seats on sale Tuesday morning.
The Chase-Lister Theatre company
will open a week's engagement at the
Funke Opera House beginning Monday
evening, October 8tb, presenting the
following plays during the week: La
Belle, Marie, The Smugglers, Mother
and Son, Mystic Mountain, Young Mrs.
Winthrup, Black Flag, and Pearl of
Savoy. The company contains fourteen
membeas besides some specialty artists.
Monday evening two ladies or one lidy
and gentleman will be admitted free on
one paid 30 cent, ticket.
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Tim Murphy, in "A Bachelor's Romance."
which has not lost a charm because it
differs from Mr. Russell's outlines.
Louise Thorndykes, Bonci cault, Doro
thy Therrod, Fanny Addison Pitt and
others are in the company. "Richard
Mansfield has never done anything half
bo good" says. Alan Dale in the New
Prices 25, 50, 75 cenie nd $1.00, and
box seats $1.50..
The Great Herrmann is giving this
year a most elaborate and interesting
performance of magic, mirth and mys
tery. He will appear at the Oliver
Theatre Thursday, October 11th. Herr
mann has been a star for over twelve
years and is now on his fourth annual
tour of this country. His illusions are
all new this eeason, and he amuses his
audience while performing with a run
ning fire of badinage and witticism.
BY MARTHA PIERCE.
THE ART OP DOING NOTHING
Marietta pushed her smeary buttered
Third Leader as far from her as she
could. The Patient Little Girl in
front of her felt the force of Marietta's
repugnance in the upper half of her
spinal column. The book was not
Marietta's very own. She was a clean
child. It was a dispensation under the
Free Text-book Law. I he smears and
tears were the marks of those who had
aforetime come up to the Fourth Read
er grade, through much tribulation,
Marietta surveyed the book with evi
dent disgust In fact she stuck out her
tongue. Satisfied with this complete
expression, she spread her very full
gingham skirt way out on either side,
making a beautiful fan. Placing one
fat band in each extremity of this crea
tion, she put her dimpled chin on the
edge of her desk and looked at the
teacher. The teacher was not looking
at her. She rested bo for a moment,
while the light of a new idea dawned in
her eyes. Suddenly she sat bolt up
right, grasped the desk firmly with both
hands, and shook her head from side to
side, bo violently, that her short flaxen
braids stood straight out. The boy
across the aisle giggled.
'Marietta Jones!" It was the voice
of the teacher. Also, in this case the
voice of duty.
Jasper now did you spend your holi
days? Jumpupp Oh, I have been very busy.
I had to do all the things about the house
that my wife did not like to ask the
servants to do.
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0HEflQ.tt 0HiN-Monday, Oct. 8.
Season's First Big Event Mr. Fred Berger presents the great comedian,
Mr. TIM MXJIMPHY,
And a supporting company of surpassing excellence, introducing Dorothy Shor
r.ui rinicn Thnrndvkn Rnuinault. William H Pascoe. Percy Brooks.
Fred A. Thompson, Fanny Addison Pitt, J. Lester
Wallack, J. R. Armstrong, Ethel Strickland, and
O. J. Grillin in Sol Smith Russell's great
comedy, written by Martha Morton,
A . BACHELOR'S :. ROMANCE.
A gentle fancy, soothirg in narration and reeking in unctuous humor and quaint
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Box Seats $1.50. Seats now
Thursday, October 11.
The world-renowned prestidigitator,
In a monster program of PJ-v JVIe:io&X Sensations, in
cluding Trie Jkdyteirio Tub of Neptune,"
6I&. Supplioe de Luteoe" and
A beautiful young lady burned alive before your eyea. JVXiaslocul In
terpolations by the famous
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Prices 25, 50, 75, $1.00 and $1.50. Seats on sale Tuesday.
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF
0. T. CRAWFORD AND F. G. ZEHRUHG
COR. O AND TWELFTH. PJIONE IBS
01JE -WDBK and MATINBB
Beginning Monday, Oct. 8,
CHASE-LISTER THEATER CO.
In an Up-to-Date Repertoire of Popular Pla3's.
10, SO, SO AJ&Ty so OEKrars
SSffi1 kA BEbLE MARIE
Monday Evening Two ladies or one lady and jrentleman
will be admitted on one 30 or 50 cent ticket if reserved before
7 P. M. Seats now on sale.
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