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Distance today is n
Minutes have replace
WESTEK
Day Letters an
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the margins of the se?
Union goes, business 1
I THE WESTERN UN
1
MISS SWEET
TODAY At
She is Presented in a Delight.
ful Lasky Picture Called
"The Storm."
The chief attraction at the TloblnTboh
Grand is the Jesse L,. Lasky-Par|;amount
program production of "The
. Storm," starring the beautiful
i Blanche Sweet. This Is one of the
inost interesting pictures seen at the
; Grand for a long time because Its
t.theme and treatment are afar from
the beaten track of film offerings.
: Miss Sweet takes the part of a halfwild,
fun-loving daughter or a retired
^professor, who is so submerged in his
studies that he permits his daughter
to run at will at the Maine summer
presort where they are spending the
Iier. Ttxe added attraction on
-'s bill is a George Ade fable.
lliam A. Brady presents Alice
7 and a great cast in George
Ihurst's famous New York suc"Bought
and Paid For," in five
at the Orpheum theater today,
screen version of this glay far
isses the stage production In
r way. What this superiority
ts can be judged when we reber
that the original production
occorded first place among the
ed hits of the season when it set
whole" country talking and disng
its many merits. Alice Brady
her best work to the piece and
make it, a veritable masterpiece
? dawn of a new era of screen
ions. The whole cast has been
ted' only after careful investigate
to their fitness for the rolejis
ixo tnem. a cnapier ot rno
i Menace," the wonder serial
, is, the added attraction,
iorrow, Norma Talmage will be
5 in "Fifty-Fifty," a D. W.
l production and Ford Sterling
ppear in a two-reel Keystone
y.'v?
INDMOTHER KNEW
a iiea? Was Nothing So Good for
Congestion and Colds
as Mustard
But the old-fashioned mustard-plaster
"burned and blistered while it acted. You
r*i?f, tTii? rifcltjfcf 3nf1
b.atv ?t guu ?-**v * ?>*??. i
mustard plasters gave, without the plas^ter
arid' without the blister.
|.-lr>Musterole does it. It is a clean,
; white .ointment, made with oil of
mustard. It is scientifically prepared,
eo that it works wonders, and yet
jdoes not blister the tcndcrcst skin.
Just massage Musterole in with the
Ifiuger tips gently. See how quickly
it brings relief?how speedily the
pain disappears.
: { ' Use Musterole for sore throat, bron'i:;chitis,
tonsilitis, croup, stilt nccl:,
P'asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion,
pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
' pains and aches of back or joints,
4 sprains, sore muscles, bruises; chilblains,
frosted feet; colds of the chest
ten jpngvents jjneumoniaj.
;: "
1 The late Arrow Collar is
iisy?
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Talbot 2% 2% I
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r Berwick 2% 2%
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Genteel Shop
1
I "It Must Be Eight"
I
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S'lflMSS AND UNlBltKLLuLb
REPAIRED AT
Levy's Cigar Store
Watch our window for special
T]
.rinks V/
o barrier to business.
;d miles.
UWXOH
id Night Letters
rour selling territory to
as. Wherever Western
nay be had at little cost.
ION TELEGRAPH CO.
APPEARS
* THE GRANI
t? ?
Practically every illusion present?
by magicians (be world over durin
the last twenty years was conceive
in the brain aiml marie in the factor
of Soryaia Leltoy, the noted Belgia
magician, who, with bis co-star
Mile, Talma and Francisco F, Uosc<
comes to the grand tomorrow for a
Hs ' ; * i'-f&i/l,- ' J-.Sj;
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5 , J , ; ; ! : . ":': . ;.: , ;; ;:
Mile. Mercia Talma.
1 temoon and night performances wit
I their big company of European mytery
people. Hormann, the Grea
Keller, the mysterious, and Tliurstoi
as well as magicians of lesser fain
have sought out. the LeKoy eiTects fc
their performances. Mr. Lelto
bears a world wide reputation as a
inventor and magician. He I
known throughout the world as
master trickster.
i ?
I Capacity testing audiences at ever
i theater in which "Watch Your Step
has played since its first was produce
outstrips the record of all other hit
sical shows. It will be presents
here at the. Robinson Grand, the nigl
of December 15. There is an air i
prosperity and a permanency whic
justifies Its classification as a sin
| cessful musical institution. The d<
: mand for seats at every pcrformanc
is so consistent -with the seating cf
pacity of every theater it play:
i "Watch lYour Step" is certain t
(break ail records for immense bus
ness all along the line. The reaso
is easy to explain; it. is its enormoii
popularity. In combination with il
novelty, grace and humor. Th
originality of book and music stam
it one of the stellarmusical success*
of many seasons.
Musical Walker and his "Hav-t
Laf" company opened a week's ei
gagement this afternoon at the Pa
ace theater and the offering was s
weld received that crowded house
may be expected the remainder of th
week. The opening bill is one Ion
session of witty comedy, singini
dancing and music with a clcv<
chorus of pretty girls helping ou
Kacn number is accompanied t>y inv
sic from a ladles" band seated In nth
str^l stylo upon the stage. Music:
Walker has a specialty that is splei
! I AllU A ... A 44
[1 STAVDAIU)
Today Paramour
Lasky Presents
fHtt BLANCHE SWEET Jfil
. Lnakyvpannnoun^ Jljj)
?IN?
"THE 'STORM"
{George Ade Fable
EtE CLABKSBUEG DAILY
<fQrnnp THE
Jtuur REPOHTE"
15 IT "TRO^_ tttfSTHOftMUSBOTUi
TWAT TOO AR?.EfS<*A(? I> toy
MAW< A MAN OLD.
EN0U<rtt TO BE- />?"X
VbUR D^DDY ^/ T ^ 1
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SPORTO*
(Ily "Gi
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A maiden who lived In St. Joe I
tvIin sick neauacne or dizzy, nervous
n. spells, acid stomach, or you n.iv
is rheumatism ivlien the weather is had,
;s get from your pharmacist about four
c ounces of Jad Salts; take a tableIt
spoonful in a glass of water before
;s breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
t- grapes and lemon juice, combined
v- with lithia, and has been used for
1- generations to flush and stimulate
;o clogged kidneys; to neutralize the
is acids in the urine so it no longer is a
e source of irritation, thus ending blad"
dcr disorders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot in>r
jure, makes a delightful effervescent
t. llthia-water beverage, and belongs in
i- every home, because nobody can
i- make a mistake by having a good kidil
ney flushing at any time.?Advertise3
ment.
JlU i in i
THE HOUSE THAT RAISED THE
STANDARD
TXJEt3IDiA.Tr
PICTURE SERVICE OMITTED
TUESDAY
Due to tlie playing of
JJEEitym TAIsMiA
AMD BOSlCSO
Matinee at 2:30
: Night at 8:13
SEATS NOW
ho twenty-three years old today. Leslie!
won fifteen games in spite of the rest'
of the Athletics, which was quite a.
feat, and lost only twenty-four. This;
;
did while feature songs ore given by
the three Barboau sisters, each of
wliom Is a e'eve,- musical artist and
entertainer extraordinary. New bills
{ will be presented Wednesday and Fril
day.
y Take Salts at First Sinn nfl
is Bladder irritation or
a Backache.
The American men and women
y must, guard constantly against kidney
trouble, because w*e eat too much anil
d all our^ food is rich. Our blood is
1- ill led with uric acid which the kldd
neys strive to filter out, they weaken
>t from overwork, become sluggish; the
>f ellminative tissues clog and the rek
suit is kidney trouble; bladder weak>
ness and a general decline in health.
When your kidneys feel like lumps
:e of lead; your back hurts or the urine
i- in cloudy, full of sediment or you are
5- obliged to seek relief two or three
? times durinrr the nicbt: ir von nnffT
I _ t i 1- -? L : - * ?
Had an J ml inn ball player beau.
Till one day she said.
"Come. Chief, lei us wed"?
Twas the last she saw of Poor l*o.
Hughes was like Connie Mack's
i youngsters?the barbers hadn't any
? i use for 'em.
i
A commercial paper reports a snort?
age of ivory, but we haven't heard of
any bali players dying.
^ ! Attempting to learn to play baseball
_ j by the correspondence school method
is about as nutritious as eating bouil:d
ion with a fork.
S
!t' Many a ball club that now looms
>' up like a super-dreadnought to the
n fans will turn out to he a submarine
B' before next September,
o.
As Noah bad two each of every KinO
*" of bird, ho must have had two college
football cheor leaders?which wte
tough on Nath and tlie rest of the
animals.
Sure are the temptations to extravagance
in a college community that
many a football star leaves the temple
of learning with no more coin than
when he entered.
Judging from the forecasts of the
srribos of various cities, the second
divisions of all leagues will bo vacant
next year, while the first divisions will
have strap-hanging room only.
The Lad from Grow Wing County.
Tyoslie Joseph Bush, who was Connie
Mack's leading twirler this year, will
TJ&JL/JftOKAM? MONDAY,
r Appai
L)/weuL-WELL_-5o TH' I 7QJ
// uuchCf man-.soaie- / i f(
HAfHOrtN^- C4JRTTRKHS-EH? / Vy
\ .5 AY H AVEi^fOU HtREt? //< V
WOUR <K>tpg^iterr
"I S ^
CIAPHI ? \
S
ravey'*)
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c
proves that Bush is quite a hurler. for i
a man who could pitch forty pastimes <
For the Maekmcn last, season and lose ; t
only two dozen of 'em had to put a
lot of stuff on the old pill.
Bush was born on November 27.
1893, in Braincrd, the capital and me- i
t.ropol|| of Crow Wing county. Minn. <.
Braincrd doesn't make a very big noise n
on the map, but It, has gained a lot 1
of glory in the past from being trie native
bailiwick of Bush and "Chief"
Bender.
As*a kid Bush played on school and ~
other amateur teams in Br.?Jncrd, and
held down every position on the diamond
except that of backstop. At the
age of eighteen he got. a professional
job as pitcher with the 'Missoula,
.Mont., club of the Union Association.
I tie spent only one season in the minj
ors. for Mack's scouts reported that
lie was O. K.t and he joined the Atlile|
tics in 1 BIB. In the world's series thai
i year lie was a sense Lion hy standing
! the Giants on their heads, lnetaphorii
cully speaking, and holding them to
j five scattered hits. In the 1!)14 series
I Bush pitched the best game for the
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For Your Ti
Dim
You will have better results wi<
be worried with your work, as the
other. Be sure it's a Detroit Jewel.
TH E HOUSE THAT RAISED THE ^
STAXDAIUD
- ' ' ' ' '
Wednesday Paramount '
Oao of the Screen's Beauties
LEINlOiRE TJLDEtfCH /
?IN? \
"THE INTRIGUE''
A drama of importance. Miss
Ulrich at her best.
Added: The Paramount Burton
Holmes Travels .
ftuii'.ucs, iKiiiiiiiK uie 111 uves in. pay
until the twelfth inning. whrin they got
the winning run. After that series
Bush married a Philadelphia girt,
which caused a lot of grief among the
maidens of Crow Wing county.
Bullet .Joe broke into the pitch tun
! hall of fame this year, when he pitched
I a no-hit game against Cleveland. Only
j one Indian got on first, base. Bush
j expects to become a shortstop when
! his pitching wing is worn out, and he
i has shown considerable skill as an
j infleldtr in practice games.
There was a young fellow named j
Booker
Who spent all his time playing soccer; fl
And when he went broke
He said, the poor bloke:
".Well, I'll take my watch out and g
xi ui_'?v t*r.
(fimticity Ous Says:
A Int. of books have nothing of any
value in 'em except the punctuation
marks, and a college football game has
four periods.
When the .National League moguls |
meet next month it is more than likely 8
that a rule will be adopted prohibiting j
the sale of a player, except by waiver,
after the first of August. Such a move
will have the indorsement of all fans. {
Malting weak teams weaker in order j
to make strong teams stronger, when f
the pennant chase becomes close and! ,
]STOVEjVIBER 27, 1916.
rently Just A Bit T<
)lDE> \ /WMY-^ (rOIDE. 1=C(R,Ui
SR. \ (you HIM ?"TO
wuT?y V^How-yooTHfeu .
?[ W brush !
* ^
lot. doesn't appeal to baseball follow- j
rs as a sporting proposition. It seem3 i
.hat the magnates are beginning to
ealize that such tactics are not profit-I
ible in the long run.
...... . j
Benny Kault has been, strangely sll-]
mt as to his plans for the future, but i
t is understood that he has about de:ided
to retain McGraw as manager of
he Giants.
Today in Pugilistic Annals.
It. was twenty-seven years ago tolight
that the second of the three sen-i
.ational bouts between Frank Erne
Ltid George Dixon was staged in New
fork. Dixon was then the featber(Continued
on page 7.)
'nn nil rim* I
yi\rrii:uifi
THEATRE
Today
WU/IjIAM A. BRADY
Presents
ATjICE BRADY
IN
George ~>on<llmrst's Famous
Success j
"Bought and
Paid For"
5 Gorgeous Acts
Ad<le<l Attraction:
"TIO-: YE1AA>W MENACE"
thanksgiving
ler
;h your roasting and you will not
re is less bother than with any
""" ii???*t
PHK HOUSE THAT RAISED THE
STxUXDAItD
Phursday Paramouint
THAXKSG rVTXG SPECIAL
Pick ford
"Hulda from Holland"
Mary as the little Dutch Girl.
PRICES THIS DAY
Adults 15c; AH Children lOc
Add. lI<>arstinctorhdiy(rws ^
oo Personal
was)
!j ?*? *
Palace
I ALL TIRtf
1 147
<j musical w?
Hav-a-Laugl
and Lad'
I Producing high class fa;
I musical
Free Band Concer
i? i
IUDAi BIJOU 1
Q an(| IHrl J'IHK PROOF
O anu iUt The House TIu
I TODAY?
"CONYERGLVG PATHS," Starir
"PROFESSOR .JER
"THE DEACON'S WIDOW
If you miss 1
Who is the $070,000 Star? 3
"Behind t
I Come in today?laugh anc
see our show before seeing the d
POSITIVELY THE ONLY HOP!
dee Him H
PRICES FOIt THIS PICTURE .
Rcbinson Matinee 1
GRAND NIGHT
Return engagement of the C
Entortiancrs and their Big Comj
EVERYTHING 2
LeROY?TA
(They Be!
I In their amazing program of Hi
rap w Will wont
my mm o? win
a w m m vm B **
JL Will bo a
Will neve:
ALL OF LAST SEASON'S .
THRILLING FEATURES NEXT
DIRECT FROM SERVAJS LeRO
"Nero or
THE WONDER SHOW OF TH
YOU HAVE EVER'
SEATS NO
j >Iiitineo Prices
I Night .
THE HOUSE THAT RAISED THE
STANDARD
Fniday Fox
TH3EJDA FtAJRA
Supported by Harry Hilliard and
3,000 players In Shakespeare's
drama
'ROMEO AiNtD
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Add: A HugUle Alack Comedy
F, >ft > * m . * i I- < 1 , "is r ' ! * ,
BY
"HOP"
/ 5UCH A *\ I
( &G-rtT AlYl
r
b
Theatre
IIS WEEK
%lker and His
i Comedy Co.
y Minstrel
rce comedies and wonderful
specialties.
fc on iStreet Every Day
'HEATER TUESDAY
A NT) SAN ITARY f U A PI IN
it Will Please You. wmi ljl11
-LAUGH DAY
lg Robyn Adair and Virginia Kii tley
E.MY'S EXPEEffiVCE"
iind "GERTIE'S GARTER"
this you are lost.
He Will Appear Here Tuesday, in
he Screen"
I enjoy yourself. If you feel bad,
octor?it may save you money.
SE SHOWING LATEST CHAPLIN'S.
ere Tuesday c
. lOc and 15c
lUES. N0V.28
Jroat Triumvirate of Arabian Nights*
>any of European Mystery People:
SEW THIS SEASON
LMA?BOSCO
at tbe Devil.)
ndu Magic and Oriental Mysticisms,
ler and gasp with, amazement.
:k with laughter,
stonislied and dunifounded.
r forgot its marvels.
BIG "EFFECTS. MANY NEW AND
5R BEFORE SEEN IN AMERICA,
Y'S STUDIO, LONDON, ENG.
id Rack"?A Thriller,
rdrobo Mystery."?Uncanny.
Thrown to the Lions."
E WORLD. UNLIKE ANYTHING
SEEN AT ANY TIME.
W SELLING
.25c, 50c and 75c
........i............. 2oC to SI oO y
? II I IHIMM HI
THE HOUSE THAT RAISED THE
STANDARD
Saturday Fox
HARK YE, AGAIN THIS DAY
THEiD'A BtMkA
BBACRtRTST BM,U AfRCD
with .. ,
AND 3,000 PLAYERS, IN
'tRlOQVHEiO- AINID JTJIJjEJT'
?
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