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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 iist of 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 Mary
Pickford as "Mistress Nell."
ASHLAND, Ashland and Madison
"The Girl of the Music Hall."
BELL, 2407 W. Madison st "Tillie's
BIJOU, 304 S. Halsted st Chas.
Chaplin and Mary Fuller.
BIOGRAPH, 2433 Lincoln av. "The
Arrival of Perpetua."
CENTURY, 1421 W. Madison st
"Selig Weekly," No. 25.
CLARK, Clark st and Wilson av.
CRYSTAL, 2701 W. North av.
"A Theft in the Dark."
FEDERAL, 218 W. 61st st. "Aristoc
racy." GRAND, 1808 W. 47th st "The Se
cret of the Dead."
GLEN, 2852 Armitage av. "The
Shanty at Trembling Hill."
LOWY'S, 740 Milwaukee av. 'The
PARK, N. Clark st and Morse av.
Shorty Hamilton Day.
PLAISANCE, 466 N. Parkside, Aus
tinSong Publishers' Contest
SAVOY, 4346 W. Madison St. "The
SHAKESPEARE, 43d st and Ellis av.
"The Golden Beetle."
STANDARD, 750 N. Clark st
"Phantom of the Hearth."
STAR, 1453 Milwaukee av. "The
STATES, 3509 S. State st "The
Woman Who Dared."
STEVENS, 3952 Broadway "The
WHITE ROSE, 1420 S. Crawford av.
"The Millionaire Engineer."
. Several theaters are omitted from
this column .as their list of feature at
tractions has not yet been received.
THIRD PART OF DAINTY MARY'S
LIFE STORY TOMORROW
Mary Pickford has had stage fright!
And she had a queer case ot it when
she was a mere kid. She tells all
about that experience in her third
article of her life career, which will
appear in Friday's Day Book. Mary
claims her mother is the best little
business woman ever, as well as the
best little mother. Her third chapter
is mighty interesting. Read it Friday.
By Jim Manee
The wind blew up the river,
An auto hit its stride.
The "L" ran over a cottage,
Or else somebody lied.
A street car crushed a peanut
And killed the kernel dead.
You'd think we were having war
In old U. S. instead.
P. S. Why do people do these
o o ,
POLICE SEEK GEORGE FUREY
Detectives are still searching for
George Furey, husband of Evelyn
Furey, whose body was found in Eu
gene Dietzgen's factory at 958 Ful
lerton av., yesterday. Meanwhile
Dr. Rheinhardt, coroner's physician,
is trying to find out the case of the
woman's death. Relatives insist she
died violent death. Police believe
death natural. Mrs. Furey has been
separated from her husband for four
years. Her application for divorce
was to have been heard yesterday.
Nothing is known of Furey's whereabouts.
Fair Thursday and Friday; not
much change in temperature; gen
tle, variable winds, mostly northeast.
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