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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 listof.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 "Her
ASHLAND, Ashland and Madison
"The Jitney Elopement."
i BELL, 2704 W. Madison st "Heart
BIJOU, 304 S. Halsted st. "The
BIOGRAPH, 2433 Lincoln av.
"The Man Who Found Himself."
CENTURY, 1421 W. .Madison st
"A Jitney Elopement."
CLARK, Clark st and Wilson av.
CRAWFORD, Crawford and Madison
CRYSTAL, 2701 W. North av.
"The Unmarried Husband."
FEDERAL, 218 W. 61st st "The
GRAND, 1808 W. 47th st "The
GLEN, 2852 Armitage "The Latin
LOWY'S, 740 Milwaukee av. "A
Theft in the Dark."
PARK, N. Clark st and Morse av.
"Imar the Servitor."
PLAISANCE, 466 N. Parkside, Aus
tin Star Features.
PLAZA, 308 W. North av. "A Cele
SAVOY, 4346 W. Madison st "A
Daughter's Strange Inheritance."
SHAKESPEARE, 43d st and Ellis av.
"A Celebrated Scandal."
STANDARD, 750 N. Clark st Mu
STAR, 1453 Milwaukee av. "The
STATES, 3509 S. State st, "Ghost
STEVENS, 3952 Broadway. "The
Silent Plea." v
VIRGINIA, 809 W. Madison st f
WHITE ROSE,. 1420 S. Crawford av,
MARY PICKFORD'S LIFE SERIES
The sixth and last article on Mary
Pickf ord's moving picture career "will
appear in Friday's Day Book. This
charming little actress in this article
tells some more interesting things
that have occurred during her experi
ence on the moving picture stage
Read the windup of her stories.
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"My dear, why do you go to the
theater and cry like a baby over the
mock troubles of people you do not
know?" . '
"Why do you go to a base ball
game and yell.like a fool when some
fellow who is- a -perfect .Stranger
makes a home run?" ' Z
Bulgaria plans to convert much of
the territory acquired from Turkey
into a vast tobacco field.
Partly cloudy Thursday, probably
becoming unsettled Friday; no de
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