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SOME TOPNQTCH MOVIE PLAYS
BOOKED FOR TODAY
In connection with the Mary Pick
ford Life Career stories The Day
Book will run a list o.f high class
moving picture houses which show
JVIary Pickford pictures. The main
attraction of these theaters will be
named from day to day duringtthis
ABGMORB, 1040 Arglye st--"Stop
ASHLAND, Ashland and Madison
"The Great Silence."
BELL, 2704 W. Madison st. '.The
Black Box," No. 5.
BIJOU, 304 S. Halsted st "The
Black Box," No. 5.
BIOGRAPH, 2433 Lincoln av.
"Tillie's Punctured Romance."
CENTURY, 1421 W. Madison st
CLARK, Clark st and Wilson av.
"Lifting the Ban of Coventry."
CRAWFORD, Crawford and Madison
"The Governor's Lady."
CRYSTAL, 2701 W. North av.
FEDERAL, 218 W. 61st st. Star
GRAND, 1808 W. 47th st. Star Fea
GLEN, 2852 Armitage "Snatched
From a Burning Death."
LOWY'S, 740 Milwaukee av. "The
PARK, N. Clark st and Morse av. '
PLAISANCE, 466 N. Parkside, Aus
tin Star Features.
PLAZA, 308 W. North av. "The
SAVOY, 4346 W. Madison st "The
SHAKESPEARE, 43d st. and Ellis av.
STANDARD, 750 N.
"Spirit of the Bell."
STAR, 1453 Milwaukee av. "Chil
dren of the Ghetto."
STATES, 3509 S. State st Star
STEVENS, 3952 Broadway.' "The
OnhWayOut" . , .
VIRGINIA, 809 W. Madison st
WHITE ROSE, 1420 S. Crawford av
"Exploits of Elaine," No. 11.
Several theaters are omitted from
this column as their list of .feature at
tractions has not yet heen. received
By Jim Manee
We'll all vote and we'll watch
For the doings tonight.
It's the same old political game.
We may sigh and be sad
From results, or be glad,
But the world will go o'n'just ths
V. S. All stand and sing: "You're
a Good Old World, After All."
NEXT MARY PICKFORD STORY
IN TOMORROW'S PAPER
The fifth article by Mary Pickford
concerning her life in the movies will
appear in Wednesday's Day Book,
Mary says she knows we are all look
ing at Tier when she is playing and
that is why she acts so well. Read
what she has to say about it
WORST BATTLE OF BAYONETS IN
Petrograd. Most furious bayonet
battle in history of world fought on
southern ridge and slopes of Car
pathians at Lupkow Pass.
Neither side able to put artillery to
effective use in broken ranges. Guer
illa warfare in narrow defile between
Austrian anl Slav is strewing lAip
kow region with thousands of dead.
Czar's troops have not yet passed
London. Steamer Northlands tor
pedoed off Beachey Head 'in English
channel yesterday. Crew rescued.
Fair Tuesday; Wednesday partly
cloudy; cooler Wednesday: moderate.