The senior class of Medford High School has been invited by the new management of the Ugo Theatre to witness as their guests the production of Shakespeare's masterpiece, "Romeo and Juliet" which is offered Friday and Saturday. The seniors have been studying Shakespeare at some length and Superintendent Collins appreciated a chance to offer the class one of Shakespeare's classics through a new method.
The production is a splendid one in two reels, the films being colored. The scenes are laid in a magnificent palace, the photography being unusually good.
The life of 2-year-old Robert Scott was saved yesterday after a hard battle on the part of Dr. Conroy, the youngster having a dose of creolin in place of syrup of figs. Mrs. Scott gave the boy the wrong medicine by mistake. Her screams aroused the neighbors who telephoned Dr. Conroy. A fast drive was made in a taxi and the child's life saved.
A mysterious advertiser, who cloaks his identity behind H. Klum has got the town guessing on a mystic slogan which may mean much and again may be a joke. The town is plastered with the slogan "go to it," and the citizens are guessing.
"Every medium of advertising is being used, billboards, slides in picture shows, newspapers. The first appearance of the slogan came a few days ago, but recently the number of posters has increased until every highway and byway in the city shrieks out the admonishment to "go to it." Klum refuses to give out any information.
Citizens have guessed a number of things, but don't know whether they are right or not. A preponderance of belief is given to the Commercial Club, with the armory bound election a close second. The best Klum will do is say it will soon be a secret no longer.