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FIGHT IN N. C.
I n Ira .therwlnr nnlrrf, (lira nntlrra nrr wrltlrn tr Mir p !- bureau. ( tit. lltrutrr i.r altrrlln. wllh Uili lhr dml L.Ui: Till KMI.W. CO will offer llrl clan n thr- big MM for Thum- and Saturday. Mar- It, th wlntf Paramount photoplay frnturc In her ly-rtramu. 'Conic Out of A ntory that will hold t nttmtlon to the wry photoplay toaturrn in- hn ratnodo of Jack iH'tTip- popular nrrla.1 unci the ha now mrlnl, "The Third tactlva xtoiy with Vr- nd Kllcrn IVrcy featured. tt'n new I'omfity "The tr,' wllh Ioutne Faenda tl nliio ho a tlK laughing ( the bill. Kour excellent will featuro the vaude- n, headed l y Jean Leigh- on up to date minstrel It a "t of real fun kcr act" Include Madden, Juggler; The Neapolitan operatic ninglng novelty and XrlNun and Halley In their cum fil.V kit. "At th" .Studio." I AT FOX'S. If you linvrn't wen Shirley Manon In I ho Fox lomciiv drama "The Initio Wanderer." at Kox'm. xro It thia aft-t'l-noon or tonight -when itx run terminate!. It Is well worth a vlnit by anyone who haa love for what i termed "the heal in motion pictures." William Kuirll wil le aeen at Fox's, beginning tomorrow and re maining for the rent of the week. In a galloping. wnllnplnK comedy -d ra ma. "Slam Hang Jim." adapted from "Snap Judgment." IteKldea 'Slam Hans Jim" the other sereen offerings will he another of thoM rollicking Sunshine comedies. "Money Talks," "The Hed JJodgcra" and that ever welcome pair of.Kloom dlapelUra Mr. Mutt and Mr. Jeff In "The Mare 1 lea." An entire change of the vaude ville hill la also scheduled. iLDING A HUSBAND I Adelc Garrison's New Phase of Revelations of a Wife kl. Orantland Drive HI 1r lUukward? wua afraid 1 would bo for wmi other reason. nd drove Itla car slowly ut of Aberdeen. For tho Wan to wonder about tho rty. co tho Durkees." I said hero did they fo." away Just before wo carryln-herolne-olT-th-Dlcky replied teaslngly. knew mid Kd-tth nml led my knowledge -thit Jy southern relative ever were III ahe'd fly ovc 0 you a flaxseed poult h a Htm boneaet tvu lief ore atatton, to any nothlnrf upon taking you home oru what the girl any terrific In her Inalatent o Alfred and tho KtrU fixed tip aome slory ahout Mra. Dur keo having a headiu he and needinff at tention, and they arc Hying home ward, accompanied hy auntlo'a smell ing salt and camphor. l-M-tth and Leila my ahe never atlra from home without a good alxed medicine cabin et concealed In her pmn," The 1il Car I'tiwe I luuchcd Involuntarily at hla non aenae, lut the query which hud an noyed m many timea before cam frrahly to my mind. Why did he uV wnya mako that rldiculoua tittle pauae Iwfore tho name or Kdlth Fairfax? W'ikh it I'tiaiiie ho alivaya thouRht of her flrat when the two atatera were under dlaMiaaln, bejrnn to ateak her rtnme Ural, and then Involuntarily pauaeil hteaiiao ho feared I mlsrht notice It. and eautrht hlmaclf and went on for the anme reaaon? No doubt I would have cone on torment ing myTHf Indefinitely If my attention hail not been diatra ted by the audden blowing of an auto horn back of ua. A LAC -jiorsi: of MIT.S- Tt)MIIT . STANCi: IIIXNHV ;CMI VAI DKVIM.F. TlllltS. ITU. SAT. MARGUERITE CLARK 1. ome Out of the Kitchen0 i Final Chapter of CK DEMPSEY the Ftrt Firt'inlt of he Third Eye A DctevtUo Srrtnl Tliwt TlirllU! With (Earner Oland HNNfrTT COMFDY " PATH I : XF.WS KEITH VAUDEVILLE ACTS-4 Featuring; ".IF. AX I.FKitlTON'S UFA re In an l'to.te IIHTHI.I. I MtsT I'AIIT o o o o a & & & ir. o $$j0 e 1 &GKi& dA KT TI3IK TOU.W WILLIAM FOX I'ltlvSF.XTs f:15 g m 0 HRLEY MASON IX E LITTLE WANDERER" DalnUrwt rf Cumeiljr lraiini-.. With tho Ilalntit uf STi"n star. I COXCHFTK" "FIMiAIFS IIAMLKT" NKWM CHF.STFU OFT1XU AUDEVILLE OX, IIAVIH A CO. MtlTT XOIt.MAX A LAXUFi: Tin: fivi-: i:xtfhtaixi:hs tibuuuabl o i ... AV. Fit I DAY, HATl'HIAY AFCiFXT 1. 20. 21 T1HTop Cftnnly with a Mop lately Mar ami a Cr4-krrja'k Caat. AM Itt'MMF.I.Ii IX "SL.M IIAXe; JIM" IIF.taXXIXO HVXDAY, SKIT, STII WILLIAM I XI X WILL I'HKNFXT UF SLItlAL MTMtF3IF. UltlDF 13' IX FIITF.F.X F.IIMrFS t OX I :XTI :ilTA I XM IvXTS. 1 in jfir 1 vi r rtalclfrh. X. C. SuffraRiats here are working to make doubly aure of final ratification of the Anthony tiiHtuJment In time to ie women of tlx.' entire nat'on the vote this fall. Whil the f.jiht e.nt'nue in Tennea acc. fuffraite leadcra. headed by Mrs. K. St. t'lair Thompson (above) and Mra. Anno Calvert Necly (below.) aro worklns to secure ratification by North Carolina. only one alato is needed. the alRtial that a car behind ua wished to poaa. . To my aurpriae for I knew that if this car was like the others owned by MaJ, Orantland there were few in the world which could pas It if its owner wjphed to keep it ahead, and he usually did ao wish he drew tho car to one aide of the road, and tho cloned car which wc had seen at tho atation flew by ua. Tho oltu-cr reduced hia apeed at onre until we were almost rrawllnjf. Aa the ear ahead diaappcared around one of he curve." of the winding road MnJ. Orantland apoke tersely:" "Ixok out for anything coming be hind, (.raham. I'm polnc to back." lie threw the biir machine ino re verse, and with hla head turned to ward the road behind him began to run the car back aa dexterously and moM awlftly as-he had been culdins; It In the other direction. I aaw that JMrky waa Intently watchlnc out of the rear window for any Kleam of light which would signal the approach of a car back of tin, ao I felt reason ably a an u red that no aeeiden would happen from thia most unusual pro ceeding. A Iamr Excuse The wtldent surmises ran through my brain. Why was MaJ. Grantland doing this bi7.arre and dangerous thing? The only solution which came to mc was that he wlahed to avoid the other car, expected it to turn bax-k and look for him. and wl.hed to prcaent hla front light to it to mislead them in the distance until he could get to another road. Hut his seemed an far-fetched an explanation that I laughed to myself at myself. But 1 could think of no other. Wc had run back perhaps a quarter f a mile and had rounded three curves when MaJ. Orantland naid in r.taccato fashion to Dicky: "Koud living in at the left, there, eh ?" Yea. right by that hi tre!.' Dicky replied. "tiood." In another aeeond he ha I pulled the big car around, switched tot normal driving again, and wc were speeding down another road at a pace which I knew would outdis tance unhtng coming behind ua. "Hope you weren't frightened, Mrs. Orahum." MaJ. Orantland threw over hia shoulder. "I aaw 1 had missed the mad. anfl I always drive backward whenever I can. I might need It some times, and its good practice." It waa Oo lamest of excuses', but I. of course, had no other course than o pretend to accept it. "I waa not frightened In theleaat." I aald a bit untruthfully, "and I envy you the skill you have Just exhibited." "If you eould only make that flrver of yours aland on its hind legs like that. eh. old dear?"Dlck Interposed teaslngly, but hla mother, who I knew had been literally holding her breath during the backward flight, in terrupted him : "If I ever hear of either one of you driving a car like that," nhe said acathlngly" I'll I'll take Junior away from both of you." GRAND- If AHTFORD. OPI'.XIXO WHEK IIli:W AXI CAMPHELIS 1020-21 EIHTIOX "The Liberty Girls 79 1 BEL BATTEIS Yes, We Are at 1 Again .h(D8 G AT Away OME HALF PMC 2 Pairs for the Price of One Beginning Thursday at 9:00 a. m. and continuing Friday and Satur day, we shall offer our entire stock of Summer Footwear except Keds (of which we have Special Bargains for the occasion) at exactly PRICE Oxfords Pumps High and Low White Shoes Children's and Misses' Shoes and Sandals When you can buy $12.00 Shoes for - - - - $6.00 When you can buy $ 6.00 Shoes for $3.00 When you can buy $ 3.00 Shoes for $1.50 When you can buy $ 1.00 Shoes for - 50c It's about time to sit up and take notice isn't it? Well that's just what we shall do, throughout the store, main floor and Bargain Basement, so it behooves you to get a move on and be first in line Thursday Morn ingfor when people realize that our A-l High Quality Oxfords, Pumps, etc., etc., for Men, Women and Children are subject to a 50 Per Cent, rake-off, there's sure to be some fun at 5? B&fttey Sin Sitae Successor to Damon, 267 MAIN STREET, NEW BRITAIN. WITH JACK -OX WAY. . VACDEYIIJLE.