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SOM.E TOP NOTCH MOVIE PLAYS
BOOKED FOR TODAY
In connection with ihe Mary Pick
ford Life Career stories The Day
Book will run a list of high class
moving picture heases- which show
Mary Pickford pictures? The main
attraction of these theaters will be
named from day to day during this
ARGMORE, 1040 Argyle st "Du
ASHLAND, Ashland and Madison
"The Blessed Miracle."
BELL, 2407 W. Madison st. "The
Human Menace." (No children.)
BIJOU, 304 S. Halsted st "To Re-
deem a Note."
BIOGRAPH, 2433 Lincoln av. "The
CENTURY THEATER, 1421 W. Mad
ison st "A Theft in the Dark."
CLARK, Clark st and Wilson av.
Mary Pickford in "Cinderella."
CRYSTAL THEATER, 2701 W. North
av. "From Headquarters."
FEDERAL, 218 W. 61st st "The
Only Way Out."
GRAND, 1808 W. 47th. "Everygirl."
GLEN, 2852 Armitage av. "A Child
of the Prairie." '
LOWY'S, 140 Milwaukee av. Chas.
Chaplin, "In the Park."
PARK, N. Clark st and Morse av.
PLAISANCE, 466 N. Parkside. Aus
tin "The Morals of Marcus."
SAVOY, 4346 Madison st Charles
SHAKESPEARE, 43d st and Ellis av.
"Time Lock 776."
STANDARD, 760 N. Clark st "The
STAR THEATER, 1453 Milwaukee
av. "The Duchess."
STATES, 3509 S. State st "The
Rose of the Rancho."
STEVENS, 3952 Broadway "The
Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch."
WHITE ROSE, 1420 S. Crawford av.
"The Measure of a Man."
Several theaters are omitted from
this column as their list of feature at
tractions has not yet been received.
Mr 9 . J
, ? -Aw
Harry Tansey and James
minute clerk and bailiff in
Walker's court, to marry in Ji
Have you looked up fast
straw hat yet'
Some folks think that a
leading to the loop stores
more underhanded -ntiik'n
We know of at least- two youhfj
ladles who are going to wear 'n&ff
bonnets on Easter morning, Tlitfl
won theirs in The Day Book hat
Rags and ballads may come and go,
but "Home, Sweet Home" goes, on,
It is getting so the ragman cafo
on Irving Berlin with his "Any Rg3
The wind whirled up Madison sh
and a man was near arrested for jum
rvme awav real estate in his ea.
Why not make that famous oW
song run, "Chicago's Bridges FaBfng';
Down, instead of London s
The Oak Park elevated lines refuse
to raise "L" out in Austin and Oelcf
If the city had done what the ele-i
vated company hmted it could do, wrt
wouia oe navmg warm weather ween
AN HEROINE J
By Jim Manee 1
She stood in the window.
The flames dashed about.
When some one yaijed lotHMg. -
ftb lilt, iiviu jvu WM w T rjfi
"Oh, no," she replied, ji
i :. i i fU
For IVe found some soap, 3
"I'll come down on the lathar.
P. S. It's a relief to
things off your mind.
Fair Wednesday and Thursday
not much change in temperatu
moderate northeast windu