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NEW LAUGHING PLAY
OFFERED AT PALACE / ' ' THEATRE | (Hear the Greatest and (Grand est Pipe Organ In the State. See All the Brilliant Stars. TODAY The Celebrated Novel by HAROLD McGRATH "THE LORE OF THE MASK" Presenting ELSIE' JAM? WJ&SOtf and IRVING JHJlOearGB Played In Five Acts TOMORROW The Universal Masterpiece "DRIVEN BY FATE" Staged in Five Acts. Wm. S. Hart today in a ?ftr|lJr inp western drama of the great wild and wooly supported by * W?perb east at tainted aotojrs ft^tied "Pinto Ben" (A 2 part Big U Drama) '? ? ' \ The Elephant Circus (A Powers Animal Special) ' (A 2 part BJb I) Drajpa) "His Smashifli Career" 6 RHBLfJ?-TODAY?< WEBlsS fthel Desmond's Company, I. Puts On Another Clever i ir , Entertainment. '? Something different is offered, by Manager Slmeral to patrons of the palace theater for the last two days of the week, and beginning with to day's matinee performance Miss Ethel Dpsmond and her clever company are presenting the big laughing success, "Billy, the Rube, or a Farmer's Dream," a fine bouQuet of .mirth and merriment. , the play is a big laughing hit The staging is excellent. Special scenery and properties are uaad. The music is a prominent feature. In addition to the regular, musical numbers, staged with a beauty ! chorus, there are a jiuinber of npv<?l specialties, giving the action * dash I of high class vaudeville. Chapter No. 7 of '"fte Diamond ? from the Sky." entitled "The Foxi 1 and the Pig," is being shown on the | 'screen today. ? o ! Julia Dean, the emotional actress, "has a wonderful role in "Renuncia tion,' a six-reel Universal feature, di rected by Rohert Leonard of "The Master Key" fame. ? o ? i Irving Cumtnings and aharmigg Elsie Jane Wilson appear in a hoaur i tiful and fascinating Mutual master j p:?ce at the Orpheum theater today. I No more charmingly unuBual scene has been shown recently In motion pictures than that of tho In "The Lure of the Mask," the flvo act Mutual masterlece based on Har , old MacGrath's popular novel. The swirling damness of it as It Is flashed against the white back : ground of the screen affects even I a comfortably seated audience. ;When Elsie Jane Wilson, as the slg jnorlan . Sonia, ? comes hurrying! ? through it, singing as only the warm blooded Italianising when they are! ? happy, when HarotS Lockwood, as i Jack Hilliard, looks out of his win dow and descenas to find her. his 'singing lady of the fog, then, indeed, a romantic atmosphere is establishes .with rare success. Tomorrow, a special Universal master-picture, "Driven by Vate," featuring a superb cast will be the chief offering. ' Harry Benham a new Universalite, is playing a prominent rolo in "Tbe Man Inside," a Broadway feature, ?Starring Edwin Stevens, the famous' ?"devil." ? o ? Henry B. Walthal. Miss Edna Mayo ana Bryant Washburn are starred in' .a three-act Essanay drama, "The; Wpman Hater," at the Bijou today. As every picture lover knows. Mr. Walthal is considered one of tho most prom'nent photoplay artist on tho, American stage today, who has posed for such high class pictures as "The Birth of a Nation," "Beulah." and other high class, plotures. Mlsa Mayo"'is the beautiful little lady who among a picked company of fifty beautiful n-omen, was awarded the prize given by a great photographer In New. York City. 'A chapter of "The Romance of Elaine," is also shown. There are only two more chapters of this interstlng serial to follow. Saturday, Klaw and Erlangsr wi 1 that ii M you are suffering with eciemjL ringworm, rash or other tormenting ^ickljr thc i,chIn* M^healUiy again!1 dMr 6o?p tor tin toilet lad S2 present MIjm Louise V*le. 0?ete?ie|i h\tmw and Franldjn .Ritchie Jn the celebrated love drama,. "Jane Kyrl," in three reels. ? ? ? There is to be a revival at William Gillette'* "Secret Service." There is a new program today at the Oedon theater by Blancjtip. Wii jUfflM'l ,','New York Winder" Garden Reylew." In Whtfih * number of ex cellent specialties are lRtro4uM|. There are Ave big acts of vaudev.lle, closing with the big farce musical comedy success entitled "The "M4ji That Looks Like .Me," " introducing new dances and songs and novelty musical numbers. The photoplay offering for today Includes a' three pari Lubln featuring Hthel Clayton and Jack Standing. The tour of "Trilby," ^rith Phyllis Neilson-Terry as the star, began in Toronto this week. "The Italian," a Paramount pro duction, with George Beban in the ?tar role, :* the big screen offering tete? %t the. Ra^ftiaa Cfew<|. MF Beban assumes the character of Bep jio, Do'nnetti, whlofc Is especially out-: lined by Thomas g. Inoe t<> fit the ca pabilities of their notable player. The story of this touching photo drama Is'abundant with incidents of most compelling pathos, It la' rich In the Innocent humor o.f the poor Ital ian, and thrilling at times ? with scenes among the slums of New York. After urgent requests on the (art of the patrons of the Grand th? management has deolded to oantiuui the series of "Th^ Road O' Strife." and H w^s resumed today with seri al number eleven. Tomorrow, 'l'he da Bara will again tie seen '.h her great success, "The Ciemence Case. ' ? In consequence of the illness of Margare: Dale, her place as leading woman witn B. H. Sothcrn has been taken by Charlotte Walkev. "Experience." Geogs V. Hobart's morality play, lias proved feuch a suc cess that a second company is boing formed to present thepiece. J? o ? ? Essanay erected an Imitation of the Illinois assembly hail for the photo play, "The Fable of the Statesman Who Didn't Make Good," by George Ade. ? o ? "When HI? Dough Was Oake," di rected by James .Douglass, produced by the second "Beauty" company, features Beatrice Van, John Stoppling and John Sheehan. A birthday cake is presented to a rich boy. distributed to the neighbors, and ?tlr8 up con siderable rumpus when it Is learned that iho cake contained a famous dia mond <?). Laughs galore are In this eminently funny reel. ? o ? Gorber la "wne" butterfly. She proves It in "Plot and Counters plot/' a one-reel. "Bleauty" picture, directed by Archer Mao Mackln. ret leasad September 7. Webster Camp bell distinguished himself as a book worm who turns. , ? National League i II o o o o o o-Wi Plitlidelpblft ....1 0 0,0 0 0 1 1 ??3 T 1 Batteries: Bemon. Sv-h'jpji and Meyers: Alexander and Hums. At, PhU*4elp)iK--2ad. . It. BL E. New Tock 0 0001012 0?? U s Philadelphia 3 1 0 1 0 ? 0 0 ??0 11 1 Batterlev - Sehausr end Doolu aud Wen deJli Demar^e a,aft ftad Atlimt. At St. fouler- It., It. H. E. Clncl. . .0 0,0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1- -l lit i St. I,..0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 90 0 0?5 14 0 Batteries?Dale. Toney fUlfl wlnco; h?I lee. Koblison nnd Snyder and i.i?n;alea. Fourteen, innings, At St. Lool*?2nd. R. H. E Cincinnati 1 2 0 0 0 2?S #, a, St. Tonis' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 2 Batteries?Snider and Wings! Soak. Jfle kans and Gonial**, CalMi end. of sixth.; darkness. At Brooklyn? ' *.B.E. ..0,0,0 0.0.0,0 o <M> 2 2 Brooklyn OX 0 0 0 0 0 0 ??1 1 l Bacterle-i Tyler and \yimlng; rfeffer Boston .at Viulbuii. Ksw York at PhiUdel&tll*. St. Louis at Cincinnati. Garden Vaudeville Review "The Man That Looks Like Me" itrpducing New Bongs, Dances anct Novelty Musi cal numbers, assisted by the famous AMERICAN BEAUTIES CHORUS PICTURES TODAY > "IT WAS TO BE"! (Three Part Lubin Drama) ? ' , i- : rrSgJ J |?3Z S ' ?; Boston 88 ?0 JB1 Bt. Denis 6R m ,48C Chicago 01 09 .48( Pittsburg 63 VM ;?4 Cwcfonatl 60 ? M xm ;York 80 6S .4? ? tel?f ? r* *??*** * ? ? *iM>f 11 . Yesterday's Ktiults. At Mew Jork?1st. K. H. Batteries: Harper, Ayers and "Williams | Pirown, P9BQran> Vapee and Alaxan4er. At New Xork?SniL K, H.J! Washington 001012000-i 8 1 New tork 0 0000001 0-1' ?5-3 Batteries: Gallia and Henry; Pleh, Vance and Kriirger. At Boston? Tl.H.B Philadelphia ....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 S Boaton 0 I 1 0 1 1 1 0 ?-6 9 C Batteries: KnowlSon and McAtoy Shore and C*djr. ? ...... 1 !> i At Cleveland? R. H.H. Detroit ....1001C211H 8 ( ClweUni .......1 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 6-5^7 1 Batteries? Lowdermllk. Bolaud, Dauai and Stallage; Hagerman, Carter and O'Nell. peuiltCl^F^. Philadelphia at Boaton. Wishlngto nat New Xork. Standing of the Clnba. W. lb Boaton 89 Detroit ?????!? fenV.n:::::::::::::::: S New Yovk #9 St. UilM B" flerelnnd 41 Philadelphia 38 MINK ACCIDENT. CHARLESTON, Sept. 10?Jamai Tbomas, coloreQ, -was hurt in a mla< accident at Mtlburn, several day a aq< &pd died at a local hospital He wqi 26 years old. ? ? ? ? i * * I ????**?**??????< Vnterday's Keiults. No ftnup' scheduled. -1- -. 2 I : ?, ' Games. Totay. .. .. Pittsburg at ? Brooklyn. Newark it St. Louii. Baffilo it Kansn City. . ?*'*>!?' &'i' ' ot the Clubi. W. Ii. Pittsburg ' 73 St. Louis 70 Ihloigo 70 Newark 67 Kansas City 03 Bqltalo 67 Brooklyn (M " lp W Baltimore .., <3 OBDBIt OF PUBLICATION. ' STATU OF WBUT VIKUIN1A. . t . At rules held in the office of t?e Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Harrison County, on Monday, the 30th day ot August, 1V1S, the following order was entered: The Parsons-Souders Company, a cor poration, ti, Lleyd C. Berry and Albeit B. Martin.?In Chancery. i OBJlfiCT OF SUIT. ~ . The object of the above styled suit li to obtain a decree against the ?defendant,: LI?yd C. Berry, for the sum of $65.07 due from said defendant to the plaintiff on account of goods and merchandise sold and delivered to said defendant. And the,fur ther object ot the suit Is to enforce the payment of sold debt by proceas of at tachment against the real estate and per sonal property of said defendant, Lloyd C. Berry. And the further object of the suit Is to cancel and annul a certain agreement between the said Lloyd C. Berry and ssld Albert X. Martin under date of May 1.1th, 3915, and of word In the amce of the Clerk ? ftgtt sivp&ge |p*?: C0U"tT' And' it appearing from an affidavit r.ica that he do appear within one ;m<tnth from the date of the flrit publication of this order ind do what is necessary to protect ;hls interests herein, | Wen underbuy hand this the 30th dsy I 1 ' ' r. WADE COFFMAN. I Clerk. H. W. Williams, Counsel for Plaintiff. THE HOUSE THAT RAISED THE STANDARD (PARAMOUNT) George BeBan * Serial No. 11. '& :>'? nj&&SSSH4^^ , Jmdm J.JeUe/'i _ PBmk&l ??;??? i Every Afternoon and Evening. t ?? v -^'?"?^ "?? : . V SATURDAY *onr Favorite' mambbkhokd ... * ? ? ? 2 S?1M ?- ?1 )AY A P( : Vi . [irUDV D HfMY d - Tti&e 'Act Essanay Classic Only Two I Km ' Romance of Elaine' Also Showing the Celebrated Saturday the Beautiful Sympathetic interesting >* Lore Story Sugar Cored Med. Stae Per Pound ' il'JL Schenk's Pei Pound l^tBtVASL :}i\; 'Whole 81 4 to 8 -l.lllMJJ-ltlll.UJJL!!