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Martinsburg journal. [volume] (Martinsburg, W. Va.) 1920-1977, June 10, 1921, Image 8

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“NO MONKEY
BUSINESS”
Century Comedy
SATURDAY
Matinee ? ‘>M Night fi.30. S.OO, 9.30 P. M.
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An
Production
PARTNERS the TIDE”
From the great novel by
JOSEPH C. LINCOLN
Wvllat Productions, Inc. C. A. Willat, Pros.
Distributed by
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thru Pathe Exchange, Inc.
THE ENI) WAS VERY NEAR
! They sought him—this man who had stopped at
j nothing to gain his ends—and he in turn sought
j the only refuge he knew. And it was refused him
—they left him to his fate. Just one of the high
lights in Irvin V. Willat’s greatest picture.
Also
i HE MORNING AFTEIV’ Coated}. ,t
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TUESDAY, JUNE 14
‘Peg 0’ My Heart’
An English Comedy in Three Acts.
By J. Hartley Mainers.
■ *0h, thtre’a nothing half so sweet in life, as love’s
. young dream.”
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WortUrng’s Drug Store, now!
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AT THE APOLLO.
"Ton Can't wreck this ship when
B7 PUP can't swim!" So said I’ete,
th# big Swede seaman on board the
“Thomas Doane" when he overheard
the plans of the rest of the crew to
run the ship on the rocks in order
te collect the insurance money for
■ th* pwners. That was the signal for
a fight, on the outcome of which
hung the fate of the sturdy little
® schooner. Bradley Nickerson, the
: mate, thinking that it was mutiny,
and unaware of the owner's orders
to sink the Bhip, joined in with tht
Swede. It was ‘'some" fight, hu*
they managed to reach the wheel
Just In time to change the ronr?"
of the ship and avoid disaster. Thi
ll but one of the many thrilling,
spectacular scenes included in
"Partners of the Tide. Irvin V.
Willat's latest production, r- used
by Hodkinson, and scheduled to pc
pear as the feature attraction a' tl »
t polio Theatre Saturday. If 1 a
st ry of the ««n adapted from tl
novel of 'he «ara“ name written hv
daring rest t ficht between d
vers it.- do ship >,n the bottom of
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THE .TRAt.C
' Uli'i'-t / ' • I’ljdu
H'r.'UKi'i. which h .oked i >
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tii.i 'i , at re, c.,.iu w-t.
1 h* f.’. i i.ient Di a 1:
ful . at the lead • i ..;atres>
.n v. arid l,< r r~
ientrt-4 * e country
In th-. ii.o and construction this
picture is ■ ; tally different from
the usual i . of screen offering
dany of th" i lures which vte arc
forced to sit through make weak
; ttempts to . tfy themselves by
carrying a ledge-podge <■( cheap
md insincere preachments. "The
i igliting Strangar" and Franklyt: ;
I'arnuni, it is said, make no effort
in this misguided ditectyon. but
seek only to afford a few hours of
healthful and wholesome diversion.
Franklyn Famum, who is second
to none for his aptitude as an ath
lete and gymnast, crosses gaping
canyons hand over hand on a rope;
at another itme he leaps from a
tree-top into an automobile widen
is rushing uncontiolled to the edge
of a cliff. Hiis horsemanship is
superb, and his smile is said to
e^ual that of our dearly beloved
Doug’’ in radiance.
The story of the picture is taken
from the not-/ Danger,” by Wil
liam h. Wing and was made tinder
the personal supervision of Colon. I
Willi un X Se1ig, the v. reran mo
tion picture producer, in the foot ;
hills of the Ro. ky Mountains
Flora Hollister makes her appear
ance m ihi> picture as Mr. Farnum's
new leading lady, and makes good
'he claim made by her admirers of
’ elng one of -tie most heautiful
■og w ome non the \mericuu
recr.
QUIT TOBACCO
So Eas, To Drop Cigarette.
Cigar. Cr Chewing Habit.
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fOf a Mnok" or . iew, ias!.
* harmless No r . tablet
in oir mouth insteal Ml desire
to; s Shortly the habit Is com
| pletely broken, and you ar. better
! off mentally, physically, financially
U'a M nn>, so simple < -t a box
; "f No r ,-Hac and it it o' • jn’t re
j leaee ou from all craviny for to-'
j ba< ( i any form, your druguUt
; will refiind your money without
; nue«tion. jt
PIANO PUPILS IN
PLEASING RECITAL
Annual Event By Miss Myra
Cline s Class.
At the lecture room of First
Methodist Episcopal aburch. artis
tically decorated with tent* and
(lowers tor the occasion, the annuel
piano recital by pupils at Miss Myra
Virginia Cline, took place Thursday
evening. Mias Cline -was ably as
sisted by Mrs. Imo Thompson Ware,
soprano, and Miss Efft<j Carela
D'AUito, contralto, who sang during
the evening with admirable results.
A large audience of parents, rela
tives and friends of the .various pu
pile were in attendance.
Following was the program pre
stnted;
Part 1.
Mendelssohn: '.'arch of the
l’riests (from Athalial—Elizabeth
Render, Priscilla Noll, Mary APrle
by and Elizabeth Dyche,
Pennington; Dance of the Firo
fliesr—Malthida Stevens.
Schmitt: Tlie Boy Scouts—Char
les Small.
Terry: The Merry Sunbeam —
Elizabeth Mao Dyche.
Orth: Bedtime—Olive Williams.
Rolfe: Grandfather’s Clock—Cath
erine Craske.
Brown: Musical Scenes from Pix
ie J/and—The Pixie’s Drill—Ruth
Dyche, Winifred Kid well; The Pix
ies Out Hunting—Edna- D’Aiuto;
The Bold Pixie—Edward Tonry,
Garard Homer; The Pixies Sliding
Down Hill—Catherine Byrer; The
Pixies on the Water—Margaret
Shanholtz, Reva Kirson; The Pix
ies on Horseback—-Dot Staples; The
Pixies Waltzing—Miriam Rose Dav
ison, Mamie Liegg; The Pixies
Asleep—Dorothy Dieffenderfer; The
Pixies’ Good-Night Song—Katherine
Hare.
Squire—In An Old-Fashioned
Town—For Contralto.
Part 2.
Radi: The Jolly Cavaliers—Jane
Link, Mary Dean. Mary Gaff.
Godard: An Matin—Mary Pearl
Tabler.
Chaminade; The Scarf Dance—•
Corinne Eversolo.
Meyor-Hetan/ud: Mazurka-— Mar
shall Homer.
Merkel: Butterfly—Gladys Pitzer.
TJpplhoven: Fur Kllse—Sarah Dorn
Hiller: Dance under the Linden—
William Bradford, Junior Dean,
Thome: Impromptu— "Winifred
Link.
Dolmetsrh: Valse I-ente—Virginia
Byrer.
(’adman; Love Song— Hit zm.W* th
Neely.
"Moszkowaiki: Vsiie In A flair—
Mary Appleby.
(a) Curran: Dawn; (b) Phillips:
Wake Up—For Soprano.
Honselt: If I Were a Bird—Eliza
beth Dyche.
Holler: Tarantella in A flat—
Priscilla Noll.
Krogmann; La Coquette (for left
hand alono)—Alberta Chambers.
Mattel: Valse Brillante—Mary'
Appleby', Elizabeth Dyche. Elizabeth
Bender and Priscilla Noll.
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LATE DANCES
TO BE BANNED
Dances attended by tbe younger'
social set in Atlanta, Ga„ which
have been extending toward break
fast time are going to end promptly!
at midnight, and are going to be
conducted with .a chaperon in at
tendance, according to a decision
reached by a mass meeting of mo- j
thers held at the Atlanta Woman’s1
Club. Two other regulations were
that no person who haa indulged In
liquor is to be allowed on the floor,
and that a traffic policeman Is to
be on duty in front of the building
to see that the automobiles get
started promptly homeward.
Subscribe for the Atartlnsburg
Journal and pay 25 cents every
two weeks.
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of the fiery, itching akin
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gotten relief
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that drives
fips pat in
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vmz Chief > MpcJictU Advisor,
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At All First Class , Box 15 Tablets
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We're Making A “Hit"
With Our Showing of
Graduation Gifts
We always do—but this season
more than ever—we can show
you a variety of Graduation
Gifts that will make a “hit’’ with
you and a “home-run” with the
graduate.
L. LYLE BENTZ
JEWELER
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SCHOOL DAYS
By DWIG
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Dr. Sainsbury, deceiver of women, found dead
with a bullet in his heart. Four people suspected.
One his fiancee. One his fiancee’s sister. One a
man who hated him. And one—The most baffling
mystery ever shown on the screen.
Goldwyn Presents
FRANK LLOYD’S PRODUCTION
°f ' . y4,
“A Voice In The Dark”
u the A. H. Woods Stage Success
by Ralph E. Dyar.
Also
“ENTOMBED,” Episode 8, “BRIDE 13”
SATURDAY
Added Attraction
“DANDY LIONS,” Century 2 Reel Comedy
11,11 —mamma—
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC!
DEAD ANIMALS
Removed promptly by auto truck.
Highest cash prices paid for hides.
CENTRAL CHEMICAL COMPANY
(Sanitary Reduction Plant)
Bell Pone 331-M. Martinsburg, W. Va.
H. T. DAILEY, Mana&er.
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the KIDDIES
The Kiddies enjoy food in a way that makes
most of us “grown-ups” long for youth
again.
And what meal is complete without a des
sert.
Without doubt, ice cream is the most popu
lar spring and summer confection—and the
kiddies are bound to eat a lot of it
The high quality of Schneider’s Ice Cream
safeguards your child against any undesir
able after effects.
Flavors for Sunday include:
PINEAPPLE, VANILLA, CHOCOLATE,
STRAWBERRY, CHERRY NUT
AND NEOPOLITAN
Place Your Orders for Sunday Now
SCHNEIDER’S BAKERY
West Martin St. Both Phones.
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