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SOME TOP NOTCH MOVIE PLAYS
BOOKED FOR TODAY
In connection with th Mary Pick
ford Life Career stories The Day
Book will run a list of high class.
moving picture Jipuses which show
Mary Pickford pictures. The main
attraction of these theaters will be
named from day to day during this
ARGMORE, 1040 Argyle st "Wild
fire." BELL, 2407 W. Madison st "The
Black Box," No. 4.
BIJOU, 304 S. Halsted st. "The
Black Box," No. 4.
BIOGRAPH, 2433 Lincoln av. "The
CLARK, Clark st and Wilson av.
FEDERAL, 218 W. 61st st "The
GRAND, 1808 W. 47th st "The Man
GLEN, 2852 Armitage av. "The
PARK, N. Clark st and Morse av.
Mary Pickford in "Caprice."
PLAISANCE, 466 N. Parkside, Aus
tin "Exploits of Elaine," No. 13.
SAVOY, 4346 Madison st "A Wom
an Went Forth."
SHAKESPEARE, 43d st and Ellis av.
STATES, 3509 S. State st "Exploits
STEVENS, 3952 Broadway "Aurora
WHITE ROSE, 1420 S. Crawford av.
"Exploits of Elaine."
Several theaters are omitted from
this column as their list of feature at
tractions has not yet been received.
SECOND MARY PICKFORD STORY
IN WEDNESDAY'S DAY BOOK
The second article on Mary Pick
ford's moving picture career will ap
pear iu Wednesday's Day Book. This
little actress tells, in this article, more
about the things that have made her
the most popular young lady in the
land. Watch for her own life story.
Also see The Day Book's list of mov
ing picture houses where Mary Pick-
ford-pictures and other star attrac
tions are shown.
By Jim Manee
When you watch all the crowds I
That hike down to the place '
Where the up-to-date movies are.
You can easily see
That they set a fast pace
And the movie attendance has-grown.
And it sets you to thinking,
Tis funny, by heck.
It affects every man and his wife.
Just what did we do,
I mean "Me, him and you,"
Before movies came into our life?
P. S. Where the dickens did our,
time go then?
THE CHIEF VICTIM
"Yes, he's lost every cent he ererAfl
had in stock andibond speculation."
"What's his business?"
"Oh, he edits the financial advice in!
one of the magazines."
WEATHER FORECAST j
Fair Tuesday; Wednesday cloudy
and unsettled; not much change in
temperature; moderate, northeast
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