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1JL PASO HERALD
Monday, June 7, 1920.
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Fractionally losses showed through
out the entire list Monday with the
market quiet, according to J. 8- Car
tiss & Co.. Seenrttr bank balMlnc. In
The metal group Anaconda, showed the
ha,-i"8t loss, being off of & point.
Butte and Utah lost U
Curb Copper friocks.
-Ark 7.s Arisc-M 1 0 IX
Bir xdf .. . ....u-i i-jt
CaL Jerome 1-I
CoB8o!ldte4 Artsona H9 4
Thmdee Arlsoaa X.M
Green Monster 3-1 0 H
Kre Sound 249 4
."a-cosari . .
"HT1 conaoiKiaiea 3 9 (
Vew Cornelia 1S 17
Ita Hercules U
I olt-d Eutem !. 314
Fupr-cr A Beaton K 4X,
rd- Fxienston St 69 32
rat Combination 9-1C0 &
n m T
Gadsden M 79
C reason ! Hi
Silrer King ifjj m 2
rnn 1C O It
GIenro1c 2B 21-
Coceolldated Copper 3') 1
r-uprlon . . . . T5 0 99
H-rdshe-I -it 4$
lieted Copper &teet.
Anaconda. . . S4-&
A Tie -lean Smelters HH
Green Cs.nsi.ea. !t
Kennecot . . 17
I tan .,
Bilni A Ohfo ten
r&uaiun Pacific 11--
Nw York Central 8
Pennsylvania . N
Southern Aaflwav It
S' Paul 34
A-nrf'-an "ar and Foundry 13-$-.
Amsrl'-tB Locomil m
Baldwin Locomotive 1144
Bethlehem Steel 99K
T arks-rana 71
r Hnbber 9Stt
General Motors H
New Tork Oils.
Mexican Petroleum XT
Texas Oil 47
Pa TJutch UI4
P- At -r car. .. 191H
EL PASO OIL STOCKS.
"be5 figure taken trte the beards at
the c'oe. of tlM wit. MHftr Been:
El raeo Stack Bsdiasre.
-u-h-.FMern O. t t .. .11 J JS
Scrv.ce I-, .14
Bsrk Creat M .U
H11KO Basin -M
Pueco Ranger .IS SS
' Paso Butir z( .
ranker Cisco .IS
Texw Petroleum 1 .11
T-ner r.ion St .41
v nc Mirtae . ... S
XI Paso Sto-x- Exchenc. I( Sf.M
liana.' Centra! It SC
tv W Cox H.M
yimar .IS .3
Columbia TaDr OU ... . .IS
Pnhr .Hi J
Jaspers-Wallae . . .SS JS
Mariscld U -tS
ron. on Tuu Utt .JI4
Tlttl. Motor J
Imsuial O P It
Texaa Crude 91 .tS
Simahine St -4t
1 t L. !.
omincSe Coasty It ?
omaneb. Homer ... -JS
Banffer Rock Iaiattt! . . . 1-3S
MEBCAJ.TILE If iEDTE EABXTN'CS.
Vew fork. Jan. 7 -XiOmM earstao
ft tbe InteroaOofUl Manurttlo Marine
compear for 1J amras(e4 to SX.tH.tSI.
araloat actoal earnlnsY of SlT.SS4.7tl ta
-tl8 a sordine to th. sreHsateaxr report
leaned f -r rvbUearlon to4ar
COLORADO FLOOD WATERS
. PUY HAVOC; YUMA SAFE
Turca Aris, June 7. Thoach
Tenia -was not menaced and Its
Viees wero holdlficT wU. the Celo
rartn flnod lizi bees rxlinr feavoc
elsewhere. The Ockerson lere broke
and the face of the aeoz caaarea
nland against the Volcano lake
Uvm. which was exaeated to bold
safely araiiist poselblilty of lniaxy
to the imperial vauojr. xo iae noriD
fesrd there was a break Is the Istm
system near Blythe. whore there Is
l e ur.a ation of thousands of acres.
la-gely planted to cotton and alfalfa.
Be'ow cue ljAgTana ouo. on . wu
fornia side, seepaa-e water passed
the low levees and covered deeply
several thousands of acres planted
to cotton, which was expected to be
a total loss, for there was lime
prospect of drainage for several
xreeKS to come There was also
seepage behind the levees near Gads
den, where tbe (Tin of the Globe
M-ls company was sarronnded by
water Further south, on the east
ern side of the river, the levees do
not continue into Mexico. As a re
suit, most of the land planted to
cotton and other crops around the
Mexican village of San Luis is under
water and there appears no pros
pect of salvage The river hare Sat
urday approximated tbe 39 toot mark
and was expected to so to 39 feet.
There is backwater aroaad on tbe
eastern levee that protects tbe elty
from the Gila aide. Bat tbe levee
were expected to hold against any
lmqs short of a 36 foot state.
r. S. DBPABTMKKT OF AGBICULTURE
LASTCMWOF&CUOCal J. ltlt.
ia still &nezT&ty
itl a. bu Ttth xne
rldtea t.i m . Jane
151 Paso aad viols,
New MezSosi Fa4r
teelxBt and Too
day: UtUa caasaa la
neacay profeaMy f atr.
Artoeaat Fair Io
nian aad Tuesday
ellsatly cooler ex
tram west perUoa;
'West Texas: To
alKlH and Taesiay
Precipitation last 21 besrs Oaehu).
Etate ox weacner.
towaxt Temn. Last Kleht-
Hia-hest Temp. Yetdy- j
Abilene . -
Atlanta . ..
Chicago . .,
pt:.- vr . . ,
EL PASO .
Gi res to a .
... .70 It Clear
s.cs aar ...
4 t Csoady ....
4 st as Cleady ...
SO 73 Clear ...
M SC f Cftear
S M Clear
63 93 63 dear
" 83 74 Clear
44 74 Oear
4 IS 4 Rein .31
:,iui &ock .....4 M e Ctoody ...
lea Anselea .2 . Ctsody ...
New Orleans 74 If 71 Clear
Nrjw York 4 4 PCCldy. ...
Phoenix S Pt.Cldy. ...
r.crweii en U Clear
- Louis 63 SO S3 Ooody . . .
Pait Lake City... .70 Tt 4 Clear
a Antonio ..... I Clear
bzn pranclaco....&8 W M Oo4y ...
Fanta Fa 14 76 4t 3r
x t' 64 .. 43 Bain .44
asbuton . .. -44 CI 44 Clear ...
onparatiTe El Paso PreeftpMation.
une Inclusive. ltlC. l.SS In.
v Jun 3, tnclnslre, 1117. .S3 Is.
o Jurs $ InclnslTe. 111. 134 In
aa. - to June . lnclnslve, 11, 3 49 tn
mclusMt 1S2( - 3 in
- b -" l i June 4, Inclusive, 2 03 In.
New Tork, Jnne 7 Farther credit
contraction, politics and the affirma
tion of the IS to amendment and the
"Volstead act were the controllnt? fac
tors of today's dull and wavering
Sales approximates 400.990 shares.
Btactlonary tendencies were- nppermost
at the begtonier of the week In the stock
nurses, jrnrtner sausracury creon con
dlttoas set forth by the local federal re
serve) board, tbe political situation and
the probability of several Important de
cisions by tbe Uftlted States supreme
court hi the course of tbe day were re
garded as deterrent factors.
Several of the steels. eaalDraents. oils
and popular specialties lost 1 to 1H pohfis
tn ue eaxiy iraainx. Americas omp ana
Commerce, Chandler Motor and Kenneeett
Copper were amen; the firm to strong
The IS percent stock dividends de
clared on Pan-American and Mexican
Petroleums were not especially helpful to
those shares. ecb action evidently havtar
Bhlppinrs became tbe central features
before neon. Mercantile Marine preferred
adding S points to Saturday's rise sad
United Pratt gained 2. specialties In
the chemical and motion picture groups
were active at substantial advances. Ag
ricultural Chemical rising 3 points. Na
tional Aniline H. Famous Players 3 and
Leon. 1 Seasoned steels recorded Utile
change but Keva Scotia Steel jumped 4)
points on Bght dealings. Food issues
were Irregular, American Sugar declining
Call money opened at C percent.
H". Y. LISTED STOCKS.
(By the Associated Press.)
New Term. Joae 7. Fattewtag are tab
closing quotations at tbe New Tork stock
exchange for tbe stocks mentioned:
American Sugar HiM
American T. and T. .............. 34
Anaooada Copper ....,4. fiH
Chlao Copper 33
Colorado Fuel & Iron 31
Inspiration Copper 53 H.
Northern Pacta '3
Southern Pacific .....,.... tt
Union Pacific v........ 119
United States Steel 33
MONEY AHD METALS.
(By tbo Associated Trtts.)
New Tork, Jpae 7. Mercantile paper,
Sterna? day bills, 33.34; commer
cial So day Mils, an banks. 33.8JU; com
meresal 99 day bills. S3.Si4;v demand.
11.11 U; cables. IL93H.
New Terfc exehinge os Montreal. 11 E-l
Time Ssaas. atroag. Sixty days. 9 days
aad six months, 4i percent.
Call mosey, strong. High. 9; low. C;
rising rate, : closing bed, 3; offered at
I: last leas. 3; bask acceptances, t) per
cent. Copper dafl. Bleetrstytic. spot, Jane and
July. 19c; August. lSVc
Irskn. staaAV. Na 1 Northern. 39.99: No.
2 Vsrtbera, 349.99; No. 2 Southern, 43.99
Tin. steady, spot. June and July. 111.99.
Metal exchange Quotes lead quiet, spot
and June oixerea at 3S.se.
Zinc. easy. Bast St. JJouls delivery, spot.
3f. bed; ST.79 asksd.
LOCAL METAX MABEET.
Quotations received by the 1 Paso
H. and H. surer. 4e.
Plr lead, 31-99.
London exchange. Ut
London lead, spot, 3&. 10a.
London lead, uteres, f37, lSs.
Good rtlna over Texa, ltst week
vera resorted by correspondent of
the Panhandle and Southwestern
Stockmen's association. From Feces
word was received that tha rassr.
was never better." and Marfa re
ported the range tn good condition.
Shipments of cattle last week in
cluded: Means & Sons, Toyah to Fort
Worth. It cars; Mac Camp. Blverton
to El Paso, one car: Carap Broa,
Rtverton to Fort Worth.- five cars;
Means & Sons, Biverton to Bascaar,
Kan. 2t cars; A. H. Williams, To rah
vale to Kansas City, 17 cars; W. B.
Mitchell, Marfa to Sterllns City,
eicht cars; Means & Sons, Riverton
to Kansas City, eight ears.
FACTOB.Y SITES I3f DE3tA.fD
rs xicbstty of PHOBsrx
Phoenix. Ariz, Jnue 1, Aceordlnc
to manager C X. Scott, of the Arizona
Eastern railway system, a significant
leainre in connection wun tne growth
of Phoenix is the keen demand for
factory and warehouse sites at points
convenient to the railroads. Four
teen new spots are being added to the
Anion Eastern in tnis valley, most
of them for new cotton gins, though
ethers reach such new enterprises as
a great meat packing plant, east of
the city, a box factory northwest of
Phoenix and road-metal (marries near
TO NEW LEVEL
bot dues of i.vjunr.
Roswell. N. Mt June 7.-Joha Canat
sey. Jr, aged 11. died here as the
result of an injury received when he
fell from the city sprinkler on which
he was riding. He fell in such a way
as to have the heavy water sprinkler
pass over both his legs, mashing them
into a terrible condition. Funeral
servicee were held Sunday afternoon.
The average weight of an American
woman at middle age is 133 pounds.
Chicago, I1L, June 7 Fresh strength
developed in the corn market today,
notwithstanding a. setback at the
outset. Opening quotations, which
ranged from c to l4c lower, with
July 3L7SH to l,724. and Septem
ber Jl-5 to 31.9. were followed by
an advance to well above Saturday's
Oats ascended to new top prices for
wjr ..aeon, .xuer opening He off to
a like advance, the market scored an
upturn all around.
Higher quotations on hogs tended
to make provisions firmer.
Grains and Pr&visions.
, Chlearo Grain. Close.
Chiesro. III.. June 7. Cloae:
Cora July. 11.114: Sept, S1.S7S.
Oats July, SIKe; Sept, 7e.
Chlearo rrorleloas, CUe,
fork July. 1J1.I5: Sept. SJ4.7
Lart-ely. J0.S: Sept. JS1.5S
Rib. July 1"5. Sept- lS2c
Chlearo rrodnee, Cloee.
Phi,... 111 t... . n. .
Creamery. ItStJHe. "
Bets Lower; receipts. 1.4I ru-i
Firsts, UeiSttc; ordinary .-irate, llsise-
at market, eases laeloded. ITC'IHe: Mor-
paeknr7taTme: """' ""
roratoM stroac: raeelpla cera
Northern white, sacked, SSJ0S.fS: . ...
Alabama. Lootataju. BUM Triomol..
m ,M- . -.; .o. x. siase.
?a,.Mre5ka, saeked, S1S.M.
- , uvuu, V.I.IW. .run coolers, sis.se
Kanaaa City Prodnee. Oose.
Paekmt- bjuer. 1 eeat hither. Ito.
le MT Mncnansea; seeenea. I est
pojHnr-es, I eeat lower. JSe; rout-
Benrer liTeafoek, Cloae.
Deaver. Cl. Jtn. T natti. n-
eelpta. 2see; market. litiH erru htchor.
sett stn. Iineejl j.s: m, a4ttf
n- a.tsll.M; atiekws and feeders,
SLTSaaiej: ealrea, tIS.9 JcS. ",OT-
u.ar nnierpta, ini: martet. steaer.
eJlI'te! Mh'n Top' '"-; balk, J11.JS
Sheen Relpea. lie. m..b.t ...
Lamb. . SllS'sHI.!; ewes. tl.U0S.S.
Kansas Cltv. Uc Jna. t n.i. -..
eatpta, IM. Beef steers, mostly i to t
vwuxb oisaer; irae, ceary, sxt.Sf. choice
yearHars, JH.I8; feeders and aoathern
cattle. BMltly SS eenta htrh- Ath..
elaaaea, eteady to stross; iclk ah. etoek.
.-.r-... T..era. larseiy eI2.ae.713.T5.
Hors Recelpta, Ki; ujht and medlara.
to SS eeau hither. Top, Sli-St- heavy,
as easts hlffher. market rinu) ...,
Balk litht. 111 UflLH, bulk heavy end
Sheep Becelpta. SM: market, active.
cheep asd ettpped lambe, etrosr: wethers.
-'; yeanuisa, 112.S.; eupped Iambs.
SZt.SS: wet flee mmUm- ...
lamtM, steady; odd bnaehea, S1S.1S; balk.
uueaca urestoek. dote.
Chicaco. Ill Jan. 7. Cattle Rfe.
1l.se. Beef tteera, II to IS easts hi r her.
" ".a-tj, eie.ev; ny c&otce steers,
S1US91S.2S; fat cews sad heifers mostly
S costs hlier; canners aad calves,
steady, with balk veelers st SlX.0Cli.M;
baloraa ban-, stow; beef sTadee, atroar;;
stackers sad feeders. II to JS ceats hlcher.
Bars Recetcts. M,4: market, tally :S
eeats hlcher. hie packers buyinr sparmrly
In mernlne hears. Top. 31 1.7 : bark lirht
asd Urht bnufcers, fI4.MeK.SS: balk.
2M possls asd over. IH.3(01LSe; piss,
steady to SS cents hlcher.
Sheep Receipts, IS,, csallry poor:
market, atroor to nirher. Palrly rood
sprisr lambs. 111. SO; best ahera Iambi,
!.: choice ewee. S7.SeiS.S.
Now Orleans. T- Jnne 7. rnaar
and dry weather over the belt cansad
a selliiis movement in cotton today.
wa.cn n too iirs. nour or traaiiigr
depressed prices 29 to 46 points. July
rose 19 points in Us opening trades
to $38,79, and than fell off to 338 40.
Other months opened lower. While
the weather over the cotton region
was dry. it was eenarlly considered
that tempera tares were too cool, and
this served to hold sellers within
Opening bids were: July, 33&S4);
October. 136.18 ; .December. 334-66 ;
January, J3J.94; March, 332 35.
The market turned irregular as tbe re
sult of straddliar between July and Oc
tober, tbe Utter being sold against per
efaases of July. Late la the morning the
trading meathe were 3 points higher to 33
points lower than tbe dose of last week.
July being tbe only month to show an ad-
FULL OF ACTION
Set in Alaska, with the scenery
shifting with the seasons, from snow
covered mountains and ice and snow
blanketed lands, -vith blinding bliz
zards and tired dog teams, and strong,
fiery men. to summer in the tame
land, with bays as smooth aa glass,
and, with the silver horde of fish fill
ing the water. Rex Beach told Lis
story of "The Stiver Hordes." which
baa been cleverly cast and adapted to
the screen and which Is being shown
at xne Auanay xaeaier now.
Like all Bex Beach stories tt Is full
of action. The elements and animal
life as well as the cast are depende '
upon to promote action. Bunding
blizzards and the vast hordes of fish
that fill the bay during the month of
July are no leas Indispensable In tbe
Interest of the story than any one
of the all star cast presenting tt,
Tbe story Isn't alone confined to
the frozen north, but situations bring
the principals to New York and Se
attle, and the busy streets and tower
ing buildings are a strong contrast
to the frozen barrenness of the land
In the far north. Women, pampered
and netted, contrasted with the
strong, selfsacrtflclng women of the
north, and men who do business in
a big. honest way contrasted to tbe
financiers who depend upon cunning
and crafty means rather than honor
able methods, are striking.
It la an Intereetintr picture aside
rom the scenic interest and tbe story,
Wfllvi. of course, is developed In a
masterly way. It us as interesting as
any sews reel, picturing the working
of a salt ion cannery. The fish are
shown as they swarm in schools Into
the bay sad are caught in huge nets
and taken into the factory, where
the Ta loss prooeeses are shown until
they are canned ready for market.
This interacting picture will be
shown at tbe Bllansy until Thursday.
I Hew-' HI r
Why Don't Wives Remain Their
Whta cosatrss pairs of ardent IoTers fade iato list
less "married folks," what's tie reason? rVko's to
"Park Your Cares"
FOR ONE SOLID WEEK
s ' '
i Secrets Of The I
i Modes Revealed
GAI.VB6T0N COTTOJ MASEET.
OslvMtoa, Tez. Jaae T. Spot cotton,
jalet aad Baeaasred. lUddllnc. Ill--
LIQUOR FOUND IN RAID ON
POOL HALL IN ROSWELL, N. fit.
Roswell, K. M, June 7. Federal
officers J. X Greeg and A. R. Becker,
who have been working in eastern
New Mexico for the past ten days,
with the assistance of sheriff CL A.
Rector, raided a Mexican pool hall
here and it Is alleged, found more
than 3 gallons of in toxica ting
liquors. In tbe lot were several gal
lons of whisky, supposed to have
been shipped from El Paso, and a
large quantity of corn wnisky which
is believed to have been raade tn
Roswell or nearby.
Cms Lajan and Dan Aylle were ar
rested in connection with the ease
and both are at the present time In
the county jail awaiting a preliminary
hearing before United States com
missioner A. J. Nesbltt,
GRECIAN TODAY and TOMORROW
in "HEART 0' THE HILLS"
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f. ,&" trfSV
' ..A rAt'
QWhat Is a movie prop roontt
A. The "prop" room, meaning
property room, is the name ap
plied In the studios to vast buildings
which house all the properties which
may be needed to complete the set
ting for a scene. They have every
thing from toothpicks to railway cars.
They are so complete that if the di
rector wants a blacksmith shop scene
all he has to do is tell the property
man and In a few minutes the shop
will be complete from tbe anvil and
bellows to the Iron shavings and hoof
parings for the floor. In tbe big
studios the property rooms eontala
between 76.00 and ll.so articles.
a. What film actor, do yen sop
pose, was born ore March 17 f
A. Syd Chaplin, brother of the
famous Charlie. He was born in
Capetown, outh Africa. In 1S67.
! Ueev loag was Dougtss Fair
banks divorced from bis first wife
before be married Mary Plckferdt
A. Just one year and twenty days.
His divorce was granted on March t,
lilt, and he remarried on March 2f,
Q. What clrcos performer, whose
specialty was slack wire walking. Is
now appearing in pictures?
A. Bird S. Millman.
Q. What work of Longfellow haa
Who Is the tallest womaa now
acting la pictures t Read tale
column tomorrow and you will
find the answer to this qquestlon.
Copyright, 1920, Thompson Fea
setteex to graduate
at state colleqk, tc. m.
Ktf rillaj-- x. M Jnne 7. At the
27th annual commencement exercises
at State College. June 13 -U. It grad
uates win receive their oacneior oi
science degrees, two tn agriculture,
seven in engineering, five in home
economics and two in general science.
The graduates are: W. Andrew Arch
er. Mesemlte; Roy P. Dean. Las Cru-
ces; Anna &. serner, ias unices;
Milton 8. Blackwall. Mogollon Kuin
It Boan. Raton: H." Ernest Carson.
Hope; Alva J. coats, Mesiiia rarK,
Anna, Hewarth and Barbara Ho war to.
Raton; Oral K. Jackson. El Paso;
Louis H. Krontg, Jr, Watrous: Pedro
Osuna. Albuquerque: R. R. Fohl, Be
len; Florence B. Qaeoenberry, Las
Crnces: John C Redd. Canutlllo, Tex-
aa: and Richard Worcester, El Paso.
Diplomas or certificates also will
be awarded to IS preparatory grad
aaiee, two commercial students, and
seven auto mechanics.
Commencemtat begins Saturday,
June IS. at p. m- with the old stu
dents reunion. rreeiaeni m. w.
Clothier will deliver the baeealau
reate addreee 8unday. Jane 12. at 11
a. tn. At 8 p. m. will be held tbe Joint
meeting of the Y. M. C A. On Mon
day, Jjine 14, the board of regents
meet at 3-2 a. m. 8enior class day
exercises are held at 19 a. m.. the
same day. The closing exercises of
tbe preparatory department come at
2:30 p. m, followed by the alumni
business meeting at p. m. The
commencement ball, an Invitation af
fair, begins u lp.su concludes tbe
day. Tuesday, June IS. Is commence
ment day proper. Tbe exercises begin
at 10 a. m. Tbe principal address of
tbe rooming will be delivered by Dr.
David Spence H1IL president of the
University of New Mexico. Com
mencement closes with the alumni
banquet at S p. m.
SAXTA FH WNABLB TO RCJH
THROUGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY
Th. Santa Fe was unable to run a
through train from Albuquerque to
El Paso via S&n Mareial, N. M.. Sun-
Cecil B. DeMille's Thunderous
Defi to Divorce
"Here's to ihote vrho love.
If ce en$ eared.
Here's to those ishom vti loft
If tse ofd'' dared."
A butterfly woman's Toast to the husband of a too wifely wife.
Until at last be "dared." Bot the wife was still yonnj and
A vital, intimate picture of the greatest problem of lore aad 1
marriage, masterfully presented, with all the luxury, color 1
and feminine beauty erer seen oa the screen. g
With Thomas Meighan of "Miracle Man" fame, as the Husband,
and Gloria Swanson as the Wife, while Bebe Daniels handles the
difficult role of "The Other Woman."
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The greatest Treasure a man has is
a good wife. Wliy in heaven 's name should he want to change her!
Usual Unusual Feabres
Special Mescal Score
RIALT0 CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Edgar L. Pomeroy. Director
PERFORMANCES 1:15, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 AND 9:00 O'CLOCK MATINEES, 25c; EVENINGS 50c, 35c, 25c, PLUS WAR TAX
dav as had been planned. It
said Monday at the offices of the road
here that a train will be started from
Albuquerque to Socorro Wednesday.
and an attempt will be raade to run i
a through train to n Paso Friday
Flood waters at San Mareial washe.1
out about 2009 feet of Santa Fe trat.
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best expresses the flsssMPl
nnininn nf the bunnreds tssasasakkiil.ll
ftjio saw thk picture at BaSrel !""MB',"IBB
, tne tvtianay yesieraay. !lS5:t.'?i. ' aSssstJt. itrirt.
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there will 'be some who will regret that they did
not see the offering
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each and every show has been well worth your
Set aside one day in
and become a regular patron.
We guarantee your comfort and pleasure.
Today and Thru
Supervised This Production of a Vampire's Wiles
"The Tiger Girl"
The story of a man who Listened to a siren's song.
Rozsika Dolly and Lillian Gish Are
Miss Dolly is world famed as one of the "Dancing Dollies."
This Master Production which was supervised by the master
director of the screen, was originally called "The Lily and the
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Notice! The story in book form is
now on sale at the "International
Book & Stationery Co."
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A Return Showing of
The Funniest Farce
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