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COFFEE
Fresh, Strong and Aromatic
lb. 39c
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| Whole Milk Cheese, 1b., 32c
I Gold Medal or
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TunaFish,%/-lb.tin . . 25c
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Slt 'afs fOf tTo wns
Kaw York Ahot rieals o Falls
OMwoam ak rivalry. p.e MAs
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UpW Cue Fonind by woart
esrea a bivi otern"
likd hY. R was jlk. had a ood
a S tof humor nagrampr SAwy par.
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wo beaer wa o Us posstble
from ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ aw Ar.An"Kn, omthue
keew York J Uoe to Fdew t e
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friae asr thete Thene was
tan whom wnteecio foo 'call it thite
-our friendship just gradualoy wanrdt
NEW YORK, July &,-Acknowleag" I didn't know a thing about hIS
Ing the great Importance of the In- Private hWals I doat believe any
formation obtained by the eearnt bodo f1d. 3e Savor d1tal impomat
news service in its great Intervteoaa tows o"tside.out I thi there am
news beat. Assistant District Attor- a lot of persons plad up with the
ney John T. Imola yesterday A- cas who neuce tss arps mOre th
nounced that a worn st~tement they're telling. I cant say who they
would be obtained as soon as possible are, but I think svera perso know
froi Mr . Anni Kane, fo nohouse- a lot more thn has ome out But
khtepr fur Joseph Sowns lwell. the I gue they're all trying to keep
slain turfman and "whist king." their 'skirts alean.,'
dooling waid arrangements would USELN AD 0 KM DVW.
be made through t e State Depart. "When I read of the murr for
nient at Washingtoai to get her depo- th& first time I didn't kpaw what I
sition. Whe Is in County Armagh. Ire- should do. I've always been frank in
land. everything, and that's the way I a
"We lwten4 to foow this to the going tobe in this.
e-d.' Y 1oiing said; "ton ye regard the "When Pee story ms out from
information as being of vital Import- the housekeeper Mr& tae. I keW'
ance. The deposition should serve the was hinting at me. ad I ws
us satisfactorily enough for the pres- even more pusiled as to What I
ent. although It may be necessary should d& I didn't know Whether I
later to have Mrs. Kane come here should go down to District Attorney
gruelf." swansa's office voluntarily and. toU
To CALL 111111I.kWlLUERDlN. him what little I kew or nOt. I
didn't think It would help matters, g
dby Doolng." I didn't go. But if they want M to
'ho has charge of the case in the eb- I certainly will."
*,we of Disutrict Attorney Swann, According to the latest statement
hat [email protected] Josephine Lewis Peet Wil- o r.Wledn.sels a l
i terding will be Interrogated, prob. wt el win W ebd ided the aet w as
Wiltorday.s fr. ed fo f lw . recovering from an operation.
Mr. Wimordinig ho I adipforc, m "I was mistaken about our las
vi a metinbre h said. "The
yoithrul andon ofiuthelmoatractiver statement that appeared In the paper
yugd women onof the ostonalarw svral days ago about my last sat.
young wlomrnda the fashionabtl Pew Ing Joe Iwell a Year ago last Christ
"8- ad F man was wrong. I remember very
twell now that it was a year ago lat
Mrs . Wilmerdaing has Identified her. February."
N THE UNITED STATES
For Icrts Tea
India-Ceylon
The Highest Grado Te
lb. 45c
Low Prices
Sin the Fit Day in bins
QES No. IQua~ty 8c
Best
Creamery Buter, lb., e
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aPillsbury Floury
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Sedem has, ther s. e
for a single phitedrama co Eistie
galied a eg ot stellar artiste ah
was sees ySewso the seoes a
Cradallre Theer is 'Wemeese Ust
Fay." &6 istesely drematle subjeet
whick will helt taterefomnel 98iMs
os the bill "mm Wedesdy.
"9eeseM0t V" is Vfama of
such forefuiness. webe brtilist abar
a.sertease11106- "" dersae aUM
tha Its gipwa"lo a4 wg eStrtals
meast eaid not be realse& With leS
eable plaore thak all Kane3'ad
mund Uresee "ad tuiar .ainmed in
the leading roles.
As~ .a eadio attracties ever
the PFaa et #air holidays ad a
lauis t'oseah the first four days of
the week. l so shows at CreadalI's
"Any OW Pet," by tar the meet
amualng sale-reel Gomedy in whish
saub Peow ever hes bees pltured.
MIALTo.
The agift .of Pa gntire community
tro=g the .fith a boaet
"v strenger that .hate" on t
part of ~ad little grl plays an In
portsat part in the phbted mallt
adaption f a ir. its
"poloy of G=ostry" a pro
seated at oiores Rai , Theater by
the $rat Natiomal Uzhlhitors. with
MiMred Harris Chaplin in the Stellar
role.
As Polly He'ph. Me. Chaplin pet%
trays thp rolp of a girl wedged Jpe
tween a qppet serdid envirement and
a burgigesire t9 create and instill
happiness into those about her. Ob
stases that come in her way are
brofight about through the' taithless
ness of a rich woman and the cruelty
of the man this woman Ia going to
marry. Polly sees her entire family
taken from her by the very people
she i trying to aid. Love turns to
hate and Polly bedomes literally a
blond-haired Vesuvius. Her change
of front causes the entire settlement
to realise her true worth. hate is au
perseded by love and the "stormy
ountry" is reverent to the little girl
that brought them pOsee and can
tentment.
PALACE.
Loew's Palace Theater offers Olive
Thomas, late of the Ziegfeld "Follie'
and now a photoplay star of stellar
attainments. in an exquisite photo
play fanthsy of youth and its fan
tastic dreamk. by Frances Marion, en
titled "The Flapper."
"The Flapper" in essence is a story
of even more sprightly effervescence
than "Seventeen." It introduces Miss
Tho in the role of an infantile
vamprre. reared in a strict, conven
tional atmosphere, but pining for th3
jazz and the wickedness of the wide,
wide world. She is sent to a board
Ing school, and in her effort to give
%er ingenuous fancy full rein as a
woman of sophistication she is led
into a series of complications which
attain climax with startling speed-and
romatie power in a robbery mystery
and a thrilling solution.
B. F. KEITH'S.
A holiday-week bill of exceptional
merit is the B. F. Keith offerings
this week. Headlining the list of
acts were seen Billy- B. Van snd
James J. Corbelt. The Van-Corbett
act Igmvere side-walk patter, but it
to better than any other similar dia
logoe heard here In years. ' due as
mohk to the manner'of delivery a to
originality and cleverness of subject
matter.
A pretentious musical offering fea
turing Eva Shirley. a diminutive
singer with a surprisingly powerful
soprano voice, Al Roth. a jazz dancer
of the Frisco type, and Fid Gordon's
fve musical boys, furnished the only
keen competition. This turn, denom
Inated "Songs of the Mom-nt," em
bodies a wealth of melody and is rev
#latory of. great skill in their re
spective- elds on the part of all who
participate in it.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wilde and
their daughter. Miss Connie Wilde,
open the bill with shadowgraphs that
are remarkable: Bert and Lottie
Walton fojlow with a series of 4Dainty
Dances;" Bert Errol repeats his last
week's success with his amazing
nee and good natured satire of the
' "ne gender; Charles E. Bensee
6 ,lorence Baird in "Songiflage"
stop the show and Harry Tigh,
a t 4 by Miss Dorothy Clarke at
the piano. offesa, a typically effer
vscent Interval of songs and jests.
The festivities are concluded by the
Armaranth Sisters. dancers. and com
pleted by the customAry cinematog
raphy.
When Yo
not normal, this strain
to harmn. At best, ar
however good they ma
If they are not normal
Iby expert optometrists
For your service at:
completely equipped and uj
fxpert optometrists will e
charge and give you their
needed these optometrists 1
and personally supervise thi
laboratory on the premises
.M. A. LESE
Factory and Offica
rheaters Th
48 Adieated by Its same. '' 000
Xieht Nurse," playtig the shobert
'arrt this week, IS a emedy of the
eoshmateir ariety. met to may eS
Me. The eSuman O.erwheIomlmgt
e 4he heels of the Situatien,
*rulg s eledy that the serves of
the aiGnle. ar shedded to the
es of breakfast rose. TId
=n= et a wee fair a*"*s am&
oolatE ..might." true to ter".
No ort a series of eeeo
aees Tt inelde divesee, indiages
merve4 VeltratIeb. and mt
sof. Only the kiandse of the play
Sreght estrites the whamtetrs of
the play from the situations brought
#a when a pretty aWe esays the
role of life-saver to a aosaued
oore"sOndent who has taken to 8
bed as the only refuge from purwiag
fate ad lawyers.
Maalem Vassett. Anne Morrimes,
Everett Butterfield. John Os 3eWMtM.
L M. Bell, and the other OWriekors,
play their parts with the euetemsry
eoxeliomee that has made The Garriok
organisation as otalar s it is,
An lausual and elabersto masieal,
reture is presented as the headliner
yf the Cosmos Theater bill thie week
y urt Earle Sad his otet of musical
MeIllYar and Hamiltea opM. . the
performanoe with a bumpety bumns
sot.. in which Mr. Hamilton bes
some remarkable barrel jumping and
someresaulting. The quaint Cooney
isters present a One musical comedy
number. each having sa excellent
voice and their soegs being new.
Robinson. McCabe, and Robinsen sing
and amuse with rougher comedy;
Fiber and Griffin furnish an excellent
song number, and Jones and Greenalee
close with an amusing sketch, entitled
"Thrown Out." The added matinee
attraction i Constance Talmadge's
delightftl comedy, "The Love Elx
port," while Harry Semon provides the
big comedy. "School Days." and a
31tit and Jeff cartoon and the Pathe
IewS complete the bill.
COLUBMBA.
"Whispers." the latest starring pro
duction for Miss Elaine Hainmerstein,
began a four-day run at Loew's Co
lumbia Theater Sunday. as the fea
tured attraction of a varied and splen
did holiday program.
"Whimer" is by Marcus V. Con
nolly, and reveals, during the course
of its narrative development, a story
of i beautiful girl exploited by a
schemingraunt. who rebels at the un
natural restraint throwy about her
finds herself unhappily tRough Inno
cently involved in a hasty matrimonial
scandal.
A number of scenes leading up to
the climax of the picture kre laid in
Washington and are of unupual local
interest.
METROPOLITAN.
"Dollars and the Woman." a splen
did picturisatton of the story of the
same title by Albert Payson Terhune
in which Alice Joyce Is the star. and
Larry Semon's latest experiment in
hasardous dar'edeviltry, "Solid Con
crete," comprise especially strong
major features for the' holiday week
bill of silent drama at Crandall's
Metropolitan Theater.
"Dollars and the Woman" In an ad
mirable Slm drama of contemporary
American life, devoid of the. usual
bizaare exaggeration of incident and
character so frequently dragged in to
create spectacular effect..
Larry Semon apparently reaches
the peak of comedy daring in his
two-reel "Solid Concrete," a farce that
combines laughter and qasps in about
equal proportions. The Pathe Newt,
Topics of the Day and exceptionally,
chosen - orchestral accompaniment
complete a smashing gooi bill.
POLP'S.
Edith Taliaferro scores the gheat
eat screen success of her career in
"Keep to the Right," at Poll's Thea
ter."
"Keep to the Right" is realistic,
straight-from-the-shoulder drama
that makes mawkish, make-believe,
heart-interest pictures suffer by com
parison.
In brodd strokes with powerful
climax and tense situation, it' takes
the spectator through gripping
crises, effect by touches of humor
that makes one laugh and cry. Miss
Taliaferro, star of "Rebecca of Sunny
brook Pars," "Please. Get Married'
and a host of other dtamatic achieve
ments, acts with a charm. and grace
of personality that wins instantaneous
admiration.
u Read
Your eyes a r e
working, and work
ing hard. The writ
ten word is tranis
mitted to the mind
through the eyes. and
the eyes hear the
brunt of the trans
mission process.
If your eyes are
on the eyes may lead
~y strain on the eyes,
y be, is bad for them.
they can be corrected
til times we have here a
pto-date optical laboratory.
icamine yodr eyes free, of
diagnosis. if g lasses ai-e
rill prescribe for your eyes
e making of glasses in the
Opta Co.
i, 614 NInth Steae
6 Week
Thesasda of easarsiosist vlaieed
oheapeahe Deash. the Maryland bay
resset yest erdy for the sgrad Sasie
f he thre-day holiday eelebraties.
free deassig to Dert sawlema's Sans
masgs was ease of the meet popular
attraotieaS. Huodrede eajoyed salt
ws~u bathing; for although the air
was a bit Wkily, the wate was warm.
GARDEN.
For the closing week of the seasen
t Meore's Garde. Theater, is offered
''Eubande and Wives" a visualisa
Uis by Gaumapt of the famque novel
"Making Her Hie Sige;" by Cerra
Maric wiasome V vian Martia being
pictured to the st0llar role.
The story concerns a others so
ciety girl who is literally carried
away by a Southern man of moderate
Many highly dramatic situations
abound throughout the production.
A cast in every way satisfactory
depict the many and various impor
tant roles.
WOLD ARRY TWIC
LAN ANGELES. Cal., July 6-Ame
Thompson Carter believes in marry
tg hsnto et them out of trouble.
At the city jal she oellred to marry
William R. Wright if that would save
him from prosecution. They were
arrested together for violation of the
roomaing-house ordinance.
It was only about a week ago, how
ever, that sheb married Charles F.
Carter to save him from prosecution
or violation of the Mann act, and
fOr the. present she has exhausted
bei legal resources in that line. She
said she loved both men.
- PAL
'POWAY AND
OLIVE '
fa gtti"on pbot
"THE FL
Comedy-Carteen--jeph
COLU
'hDAY--I
ELAINE HAI
ft a metrepeitau
"WHIS
METROOR
10430 A. Al. to 11 P. X.
THIS WEEK
ALICE JOYCE
Im Albert Paysmn Terhane's
Great Ameriean Dramn
DOLLARS AND
THE WOMAN
rry Semen In "Selid Concrete*
Pathe News-Overture-Topies
K MAUALS 1 1 A . d.
iCKEROCKER
oday, Beginatag at 4:30 P. M.
SEENA'OWEN
And Heles Jerome Eddy, in
"The House of Toys"
Shaekletona' "Nottom of the
Woreld."
SCRATCHl KY BACK
B..KEITH'S ie7
AliILTA SUL. NOL01'SIst1'
n parn n . g 1% . .n Th
- -"t.en-hA','.en ""''
- EVA SHIRI.EY, .. hI eODN
AUST ?I EDee Clark. BEN4
gAxelICK PLATER5
Tealght, 5:30.-Mat. Thur.-st.
"Geod lit, Nurse"
SHusERT-GARnIOK F at 7t
NEXT WEEE-UN4KISBED BRIDE.
P OLI6 **t.^t FPRM.
3ewitehE Seetheart
EDITH TALlAFERRO
KEEP TO THE RIGHT
The ...en., e t,.e Photo...,.
4S-MIeMesalightTrip
Stem er St..oh nm
At TetS
Free ilyng
WrEslm 1985 -
*LKV. C Md.July &--While ,
home with her two eblwidr. the OW
.et was lees ta two Fee. " ae
Mrs. Carl TOO&, who -ie W 11111
Principio Furnes. th" aeuaty. I=
bold up by a masked a" anid. *6
of a pistol beund baum
m. wearing a als and W
wee walked in. Wit a aitl$
hand he ifre r.Tleb
did *nt .om' to .'em h. but 'o w*"
after moaey, know her husbadl bed
condetrable e Is th he"e an
prop to have Ita
At the pisof h l iSh
hrlie bone oikwieoSe
h'r hands and trft n*0ON1r %I* A
rope. This done. be vasaohed skoe
hoube. Hie return"d to the reamn In
which the woimiin Was A pine
with *4.". and desmanded to knew it
there was any More omey in the
ho004C, Doing told that &e know of
so other money. he departed. waving,
the Woman hound, In whlek plight ghe
Wa' found several h"rs at''rwaft
by* her husband. Mrs. T.le was Us
able to say whether the man was
white or black, as his fase aid ban"e
Woe completely covered.
Sheriff Seth and a posseo stated i
search of the man. but ho heas so
been apprehended.
TWO ARNYFIERSDE
IN TAIL SPIN AT COLON
COLON. Panama. July 6.-Liout. El.
met Bogen and Bergt. Theophilus
Bouckett. of the American air force.
were killed during the Fourth of Jui
celebration here when their army
plane crashed to earth from an alti
tude of 1,000 feet while doing a ta
spin.
ACE -
Ally WEEK
rHOMAS.
. fan of love and its
Lae" Marlow.
APPER"
. .....aet._...ertur.
MBIA
)MORROW
WMERSTEN
remande drama.
PERS"
mRIALTOn
NINTH AT 0
11 A. Ml-ALL WEEK-11 P. .
MILlRE NA1118
CIAPLIN
In Grace Miller White's Story,
POLLY OF THE
STORM COUNTRY
Added Hits "Meder. Centeers"
.1.'GARDEN UM1
NINTH. BUT. D a U
31 A. N.-ALL WEEK-ZN P.M.
..T0"-CHANGE OP T3OW
DUE TO TRANSPORTATION
DUAl'TS.
Vivian Mati
In Corra Harris' Story
HUSBANDS
AND W IVES
Watch For Annouqupeutn
SALA REOPENIES
STRAND
NINTH AT D
MANA(iIMEN4T POI.CY
. High eat Clas. Vauderille
Firust Run Motion Piet urea
NO LONG-STANDING CAR RIEU
Home Early-DelightfsflyCj
DANCINQ
LUEAT MEl IGT-AiU E 8IE
II . 6tI AIE - TO MU I,11 1il11
GREATER
PENN BARD
Pash~A. AA1st aT. i. e.
Asweis's Most Chrdll Gardes
AN4usaNT K
..a. ....DI
"On the Historle Pote "G
FREE DANCING
tame inuand at lI
St5-ss M ~m~

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