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SOME TOPNOTCH MOVIE PLAYS
BOOKED FOR TODAY
In connection with the Mary Pick
ford Life Career stories The Day
Book will run a iist of high class
moving picture houses which show
Mary Pickford pictures. . The main
attraction of these theaters will be
named from day to day during this
ARGMORE, 1040 Argyle st. "The
Sign of the Cross." ...
ASHLAND, Ashland and Madison
"The Sign of the Cross."
BELL.2407 W. Madison st "The
City of Terrible Night."
BUOU, 304 S. Halsted st "Exploits
of Elaine," No. 13.
BIOGRAPH, 2433 Lincoln av. 'The
Little Straw Wife."
CENTURY, 1421 W. Madison st.
"Ham in the Harem." i ,
CLARK, Clark st. and "Wilson av.
"Barriers Swept Aside.!
CRAWFORD, Crawford and Madison
CRYSTAL, 2701 W. North av.
"A Modern Magdalene."
FEDERAL, 218 W. 61st s "The
Millionaire's Hundred Dollar Bill."
GRAND, 1808 W. 47tti;t: "The
Chinatown Mystery." "'
GLEN, 2852 Armitage- ay. "Jarred
LOWY'S, 740 Milwaukee av. "The
PARK, N. Clark st. and Morse av.
Closed for Good Frfday.
PLAISANCE, 466 N. Parkside, Aus
tin "Satan MacAllister's Heir."
SAVOY, 4346 W. Madison st. "A
Tragedy of the Ralls."
SHAKESPEARE, 43d st. and Ellis av.
"Pierre of the Plains."
STANDARD, 750 N. Clark st-
"The Bride of Guadeloupe."
STAR, 1453 Milwaukee av. "The
Maid of the Mist"
STATES, 3509 S. State st Mary
Pickford in "Such a Little Queen."
STEVENS, 3952 Broadway "The
Girl of the Dance Hall."
VIRGINIA, 809 W. Madison st
Feature Easter VaudeyiHe.
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ROSE, 140 S-.tSawfcirdairf
Black Bo," No.aC & i
Several theaters axe omitted from-
this column as their list of feature at
tractions has no yet been received.'.-;
By Jim .Manee
"If a poem's'ITpoem, '
And rhythmrhyme, -
And both of therrf fin you with bliss;
x If prose is Jusfc prose, f
And a plot means a tale,
Can anyone tell "what is this?"
P. S. All right,- go to the foot of
Work is progressing rapidly out In
Warren Woods, in Austin," toward :
the golf course.
Thoughts of springtime oft remind
us, we can make our derby last
A bird in the hand is worth two in
the bush if it "happens to be on the
back of a silver coin.
When the late Ezra Kendall was
playing in "The Vinegar Buyer," he
always had his "Mother" with him.
You've heard that old gag, "If a
cartoonist made pictures, we winder
what John Drew?" Here's the an
swer. When John went into the
movies, he drew a crowd.
The movies, by the way, sure have
got a grip on Chicago. That's all-
right, everybody else has got the
There are sayings for both od andw
young; For instance, A m$.n is a
man for a that," and "Boys will be,
Fair Friday and Saturday, not much,
change in temperature, gentle, varia
ble Winds," mostlv north and east.-
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