April 24, 1914
April 24, 1914
The management of the Star Theater offers for today and tomorrow the noted character actress Cecelia Loftus in the popular novel and famous play, "A Lady of Quality."
A more suitable subject for Miss Loftus' mimic powers could hardly have been chosen. In the role of Clorindal, the headstrong, tempestuous hoyden whose father's contempt for the other sex extends to herself, but who later wins his respect and grows up among his dissolute companions, learning to drink, smoke and swear as freely as any of them, till the derision of the man she loves at her masculine manners and dress prompts her to renounce them forever and become "A Lady of Quality."
This photoplay is produced under the personal direction of Daniel Frohman and is up to the high standard maintained by the "Famous Player" company.
The Medford next of Owls, that partly demolished by the alleged shady financial transactions of J.K. Woods, organizer, held in the county jail awaiting trial, will receive its charter from the grand lodge according to word received by local officers, and will be assigned the official number 1494. For some time it was doubtful whether the local order had any fraternal being, owing to the failure to turn in the charter money collected.
Dave Boggs, who figured as one of the central figures in an escapade last fall with two 13 and 15-year-old girls, was released upon parole and arrested Thursday night by the police for being drunk and begging on the streets, and is held in the city jail pending his return to sobriety. Boggs' fall from grace will likely result in his return to the county jail to serve out his sentence.
Boggs is alleged by the police to have engaged in a drinking bout for the last week, and when his money ran out, to have begged for drinks and money.