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I COMPANY.
I HIT AT T1
I Walker Organization is Pleas
ing Large Audience with
I Diversified Programs.
I Musical Walker and his "flav-n
um vurnwy. company and Ijady Mlnpfstrals
pleased three large audiences
Monday at the Palace. This company
is composed of very clever comedians
and pretty firls, all of whom are pood I
musicians. The bill today Is "Tho I
Ghost of Lcm," an excruciati n gl y funny
farce written by Musical Walker himself.
This is a "dollar attraction, novct j
having -been seen before at popular,
prices.
One of the features of the show is |
a selection played upon musical pilch
jS - v'^rv- '
;g" " '
ers by five clever young Indies, a font
exceedingly difficult to perform as well
as pleasing to the oar. Musical
Wallcer, the premier old time minstrel '
man is again heard in new and origi- 1
nal musical numbers. The famous
Barbean Musical Trio is heard in u
harmony number, something seldom
presented with three female voices, j
There will be a change of program
daily with a special matihee Thanksgiving.
Servais Eeroy, tho noted Belgian!
magacian, and his co-stars. Mile. Mercedes
Talrna, and Mors. Bosco, aup-i
ported by a company of European ar- j
tists, are at the Robinson Grand today i
;; for afternoon and night performances, j
j presenting what has been described as j
the most bewildering, thrilling and hi- j
t together satisfying entertainment'
along the lines laid down by Hermann 1
and Keller, that has ever been seen in
this country. It is claimed that the
bffering of these world travelled artists !
Is like the Barnum and Bailey circus in
comparison to a one ring affair, when'.}
f measured by the efforts of the late i
%-y Hermann and those of Keller. Tons of
t| Faithful
IVTVne of my oldest friends \
1^1. and a mighty reliable f
one. Many a cough ?
nd cold of mine and my s
bildren too has been stopped ?
y Dr. King's New Discovery." t ]
Eor nearly 50 years Dr. King's s ]
lew Discovery has been the
tnndard remedy for coughs, i
olds, croup -and such bron- ? j
hial alJcctzons. !M
I uruggisis. iryic. g-.
I Do You Havo Sour Stomach?
| If you are troubled with sour stomI
ach you should eat slowly and inasti|'f;
cate your food thoroughly, then take j
| one-of Chamberlain's Tablets trr.me-1
I dJately after supper. Obtainable cv- j
I ; erywhere.?Advertisement.
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The late Arrow Collar is |;
the c<Formfit.n 1
if
I Talbot zy8
Berwick 2% 2*4
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h The
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Genteel Shop
"It" Must Be Biglit" |
PIPES ANI> UMliUEEluks. E
REPAIRED AT
i-v-'v
Levy's Cigar Store
L Watch our window for special
M5TREIA
MUSI?AL -SHOW.
^ 4^-^ f^X:. $$$:'?$: (& iMji $ & i
. j
-Norma Talniage, the beautiful Trl-!
angle fitar, appears in "Fifty-Fifty" at '
tin* O'rpheuni theater today, Miss Tal-i
ma dye has ai ways made an appeal in g
mother and is said to give a particularly
touching characterization In litis
play. In her supporting cast are .'. W.
Johnston, Dodsori Mitchell. Marie,
Chambers, Rati) Darling, H. S. Northrup.
Frank Currier and W. P. Rich-|
mond. A two reel Key is one comedy!
if; also shown. j
Tomorrow. Franklin Farntim ana
Ruth Stonchoose will be starred in
"Love Never Dies," A chapter of ' Liberty"
will also be shown.
"Watch Your Step," which will be
the attraction at the Robinson Grand
December 15,-Is nothing if not modern.
Its entire score is syncopated, its
dances are all of the one step variety,
its scenes are fox trot palaces and cabarets.
Perhaps the only thing not modern
about this big musical show which
packed the New Amsterdam theater.
New York, for one year is that it. is
clean* There is not a song, dance, or
joke *that calls for the censor to get
bust** The combined efforts of an unusual
cast, the exquisitely designed
costumes by Helen Dryden, the ragtime
melodies of Irving Berlin make
"Watch Your Stop" a production which,
of its kind, has never before been
equalled.
If by any chance you are a follower
of current events in the big metropolis.
New York City, you will recall that the
Hawaiian musician, once the rage, is
giving ground now before the advent
of Gauternallan mirimhaphone players.
TKri l""*! 11 V?*c? Af rtrrw Atfncftrale
i in; .ticv^viuvr vvMtu o v?? movi
for their entertainment on December
12, have secured Mr. or Sig. or Moils.?
don*t know* just how to bill him?at
any rate they have secured Ignacc
Wilcoxen. direct from Guatemala, to
introduce the rnirimbaphone to Clarksburg.
He will play the weird native
airs of his own country as well as the
popular American airs. This is your
chance to wise up on Gautemala and
its customs, etc. If you look for it in
the atlas?if it will be any help to you
?it is painted green.
?o?
Maude Adams will produce "A Kiss
for Cinderella" in New York at Christmas.
Meantime she is malting a tour
through the South; appearing in her
earlier Iiarrie success, "The Little
Minister."
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Doris Grcv and Wayne Arey. Thanhouser
stars, ore soon to ho seen in
"Her Beloved Enemy." Following that
they will appear in a new picture by
Agnes C. Johnson. giving all star support
to Gladys Huiettc. Eugene Moore
will direct the play.
?o?
II. E. Herbert has been sighed by
Thanhouser to play opposite Florence
La Barlle in her next feature. Mr.
Herbert is an Englishman, who first
came to the United States to play
with r.illie Burke in -'Mind Hie Pa,at. "
He lias supported Mrs. Patrick Campbell,
William Fave-shani. Blanche
Pates, Grace George and .Martha Hednian.
The incomparable Mary, whose first
production by her own company. "Less
Than the Dust," has just been released
by Artcraft Pictures Corporation, is
completing under the direction of
Maurice Tournour, an elaborate feature
entitled "The Pride of the Clan."
t It will be released through Artcraft
: .according to announcement by A1
Lichtman, general manager, in a few
' weeks.
1
| German tests have shown a scarcity
of good cattle fodder does not decrease
the rat content, nut only the quantity
; of milk produced.
The Austrian state of Victoria is
j electrifying its railroad system at an
' expense that eventually will exceed
! $29,000,000.
i? .
XOTICE.
To Taxpayers in Town of Broad Oaks:
All parties owing taxes to the Town
of Broad Oaks will be given a discount
of 21y? per cent if paid before November
25, 20 or 30, 1916, at the .Mayor's
office in the town of Broad Oaks,
where the tax books are all ready.
After January 1, 1917, Ten Per Cent
interest must be added. No partial
payments can be accepted on taxes.
Yours very truly, _
CHARLES PEARRELL,
Collector of the Town of Broad -Oaks.
THE CL2
MAKES~A
rLE PALACE
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properties, scenery and paraphernalia
an well an many head of live stock aro
employed in the presentation of their
performances.
The latCHt Mutual-Cbnplln picture,
"Behind the Screen" is showing today j
at '.ho Etijou theater. Thin is declared:
to he the bent x>icture Chaplin has yet!
made under Ida Mutual contract. Another
offering on tho Bijou program today
In "The Forgotten Prayer," marring
Frank Bhrzage and Anna Little, i
This is a romance of the desert with :
a strong moral, which lifts the picture
far ahoye the usual run of screen offerings.
"Jerry and the Blaekhandcro,".
a funny Cub comedy, is also on the ,
program.
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OTKKBTTira DATCT TEBE
0 ?? j a
Abroad in
Correspondent Views u Zeppelin R
Manner of Bringing Dom
a ?
(By George V. Bacon.)
LONDON, Nov. 28?Colby Dodge
has returned to New YorJt. I went
to Liverpool with him to see him off on
the Philadelphia, arriving back In
London nt night. As I walked home
from the underground station, I noticed
that, it was very dark; and that
the stars were quite clear. There
was no moon and no clouds.
"A fine night for a Zep raid," said
1 to myself, thinking of what 1 had
henrj of the kind of nights most
nnnulo r t-L o n#.T?nin rto Prt f i
tiMv/iiFj VJ' i iJif<ua IUI kuv<i
expeditions over London.
J wan a bettor prophet ihun X knew.
Scarcely had I {rotten into bed, when
1 heard a thud-thud, like a man boating
a pillow with a cane in a room at
the other end of the house. The
s hulls grew louder. Then there was
a sharp explosion, arid several more
thuds. They grew more and more
distinct; and then faded away into tile
distance; it. wok a Z< ppedIn raid !
Crowd Wat flies tjufolly.
T put oh an overcoa t. a pair of
dippers and a hat and went out Into
the street. A large group of people
t . .1 ~ i _ i t _ .-i . i
n;m conpregnieu atrcufiy; most qi \
'hem garbed about as I was. Jt. was
Pfter I. o'clock in the morning. Tim
crowd war, very quiet and watched
I ho sky intently.
Ah f reached the .sidewalk, the
!budding had p.eased almost entirely;
but suddenly li hepn again, increasing
rapidly in vol time, till at lust, far
above one end of (lie street, 1 saw the
.pencil-like, ghp$tly gray form or one
or Germany's terrors of' the sky, slide
at remarkable spee|3 aver one row of
chimney pot::;, beyond another row,
and disappear again. Almost, immediately,
there was a terrific roar. The
.anti-aeroplane guns "somewhere in
London" right, near us had opened
Ilia on it; but they stopped very soon
ntrain arid the roar became again a
distant thudding; but. this time punctuated
with explosions of excessive '
violence. j
Suddenly, a boy came running up j
a side street through the darkness :
crying;
Zeppelin Hi-ought Down.
"We got another one!" Like a wave
of the sea going over a child's castlo
of sand, a ripple of cheers swept
through the London streets and died
away in the darkness. The hoy had
had a vantage point near St.. James's
Park, rind off in the distance had seen
the dull rosy plow that meant another j
Zeppelin burning.
A few moments later the thudding
died completely away, and everyone
weiil back to bed. The Germans' visIt
to London was over for that night,
anyway, everyone said' and so it
proved.
Net morning I went to the police
station to inform the sergeant of my
intention of going to Holland, and j
he told me where some damage nan
been done in London. I followed his
directions and took a No. 3 bus.
Busses are everywhere in London,
most of them being large red ones.
Most of the conductors on them are
girls; a large majority of whom I am
glad to say. are extromely pretty, and
Iodic rather chic with their short
skirts, leather mountaiu boots, and
white huts with a strap under the
chin.
I landed in Brixton road, Brixton, i
in southeast London.
What Knitler Did.
A Zeppelin, apparently the one I
Indeor Life Makes Fat
TRY OIL OF KOItEIN TO KEEP
WEIGHT HOWS, OR TO REDUCE
SUTKEFLOUX
FAT.
People .wlio are confined within doors
ar.d who are deprived of fresh, invigorating
air and exercise must take precautions
to guard against over-stoutness,
as fat acquired by indoor life is
unhealthy and a danger to the vital
organs of the body. Lack of exercise
in the fresh air is said to weaken the
fwi-o-rtTi Mrn-lni' nnwpr, nf the blood SO
that it is unable to product strong mus- j
clcs arid vitality and the formation ofi
unsightly and unhealthy fat Is the re-,
suit.
If you are 15 or 20 pounds above j
normal weight you arc daily drawing;
on your reserve strength and are eon-:
r.tantly lowering your vitality by carrylng
this excess burden. Auy persons'
who are satisfied in their own mind
i that they are too stout are advised to
go to a good druggist and got a box of
oil of korein capsules, and take one
after each inoa.1 and one just before retiring
at night.
Even a few days treatment has been
reported to show a noticeable reduction
in weight, improved digestion and
a return of the old energy; footsteps
become lighter and the skin less flabby
in appearance as superfluous fat disappears.
Oil of Korein Is inexpensive, cannot
injure, and helps the digestion. Anyi
person who wants to reduce 15 or 20
pounds is advised to give this treat-1
ment a trial. Blands Drug Store or
ran tm ? iji ufc oiuiu tiiu *>ul>k'*2 ,>uu.?- j
Advertisement
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s the house that raised the
standard
1 T03>AY
8 ricruui: service omitted
TUESDAY
Duo to the playing ot
I IMROY, TAiLMA
! Am> BOSOO
1 Matinee at 2:80
I Night at 8:18
1 SEATS NOW
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- fit- i V | "'k - r-i' .V"''*n|4H| i'' ^iv /
GRAM? TUESDAY, KOYj
War- Time
nld over TjOtulon and Describes
* a "Terror of the Air.",
n
had seen from Jormyn street, had
followed Brixton toad, dropping a
bomb at about the middle of every
block. Tho result was terrific: but.
to tell the truth, not so terrific as 1
had expected. The tops of houses
were blown off, windows were
smashed generally .and some houses
had been torn almost, to the foundations;
but not a great number of
them. Futhormor.', J noticed that a..
a general rule, the Zeppelin bomb5*
seemed to explode upward, instead of
out and around, as a proper bomb
should do if it desired to be really do- j
structlve over a large area. In one i
Instance one of the bombs did. It
had landed In the middle of a pari;,
and tlio houses on the street along
the park loked as though they wore
pock-marked. The bits of flying: shod
scooped semi-circular holers in the
masonry like those in a'Swiss cheese
that has Just been .sliced. J pst. whet,
the bomb did to the park, 1 cannot
my. The police got there before 1
dill.
(To be continued. i
BHIMA FEELS
CONSCIOUS OF
As Shown by the Success of Its
Recent Celebrations of Its
Anniversary.
(CorreKpoiiileaoe of Associated Press)
SUANI.I-HA?, Nov. ?S.?-Repent cc-lebration.s
throughout China of the fifth
anniversary of the republic indicate
clearly that the Chinese are undoubtedly
developing a national consciousness.
T^intcrn parades and patriotic meetings
were held even in remote sections.
The celebrations were not forced upon
the public by official orders, as was the
case frequently under Yuan Shi-ltai's
regime.
Regret concerning the present troubled
political situation characterised the
general comment of Chinese newspapers
and Chinese speakers on the
occasion of the anniversary celebration.
During the five years of its life the
republic has had two important resolutions
in addition to the movement
which resulted in the overthrow or tne
Manchn dynasty. There have also
been many local movements of minor
importance, which resulted in considerable
loss of life and property.
Bandit leaders; and unscrupulous
politicians have exploited various parts
bisdrated" ~
MAGNESIA
Heartburn. Belching, Sour Stomach j
Gas in Stomach, etc., take a teaspoon- j
l'ul of Bisurated Magnesia in a half!
glass of hot water after eating. Is i
safe nloasant nnd hamtnee in I
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gives instant relief from all forms of
stomach disorder. Sold by druggists
everywhere.?-Advertisement.
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For Your 1
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| be worried with your work, as t:
other. Be sure it's a Detroit Jew
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THE HOUSK THAT RAISED THIS
STAXDAK1)
Wednesday Paramount
One of the Screen's Beauties
LEIN1CIJRE VURICH
?IN'?
1' fPTTH! TN^rRlTfiTTW
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A drama of Importance. Miss
"DlrJch at her best.
Added: The Paramount Burton
Holmes Travels .
EMBER 28, 1936.
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of the country, and there has been corruption
to a degree not excelled by the
Manchua. However, throughout all
this disorder arid throughout the present
struggle between parliament and
the military party. It has been possible
to detect a growing love of independence
and of country, which has finally
resulted In the firm establishment of
President L.I Yuan-hung In the affections
of the public.
Minor politicians, leaders of various
political factions are carrying on a bittor
struggle, but Li Yuan-hung stands
| clearly above these factional fights,
and is generally regarded by the Ghl;
nose of all classes as an absolutely
Tibiicct and patriotic leader.
Make a Cold Disappear |
Overnight
Krew-Pina Relieves Many A3-,
meiris?A Household Remedy;
Tou buy ICrew-Plna under our iron- i
clad (cuaranfe, If you are not satisfled
after tisinc It, return tho empty !
jar to the store at wha'h you bought
it anil your money will bo refunded .
without question.
TCrew-Plna does more than relieve :
eoufrhs and colds. Children with croup 1
pet. ready relief. And you will Und '
Krow-PIna far superior to poultices ,i
and JinimentB in even the severest cases
of mu.i.-uliir rheumatism, sprains and ;
concent ions. For headaches, catarrh, f
bronchitis. asthma, tor.siiitls. whoop- !
Inc couch and other ailments. Krew- 1
I'ina Is unexcelled. Rub It on head, !
throat or chest and we yuarantoo it ;
to yivo quick, and permanent relief.
! ' '! " : ' ' ' '! if-: J ; . . ' . . ,1
Krew-Pina. contains nothing harm- ;
ful In the allghtest degree. You can- ,
not afford to l>e without It. and It costs ]
lit tie?only 2.1 cents. at your dent- ;
er's. There t? nothing "Just as good." 1
JCre w-Fina Is manufactured solely by '
the Kretv-Pina Company, Waynesburg', ;
Pa.
, rttjnioxs,
STATU OF WEST VIRGINIA.
To the Sheriff of Harrison County,
I' Greeting:
V?'j are hereby com mantled to summon
Mollle Jacobs to appear before the /.fudge
; of our Circuit Court of Harrison County
| at tiie CIorK > office oC our said Court, at
rules to be held therein for said Court, on
I the Jirst .Monday ill December. next, to answer
a bill in CUaucery exhibited against
her in our said Court' by Okie .facobs; and
i have then there this writ;
] Witness. I. Wnde Coffnuin, Clerk of our
said Court,- at the Courthouse 01* the said
county, this :?rd day of November, 191?.
nnd in the AS til year of the State.
I. WjADi: ('OF KM AX. Clerk.
ORDER OK ITHIJOATIOS.
STAT I". OF WEST VIRGINIA:
At Rules held In Hie otllce of the Clerk
Of the Circuit Couiit of Harrison County,
011 Monday, the <5t!i day of November, 191C,
the following order was entered:
Okie Jacobs
VS. ! JN CHANCERY.
Mollie Jacobs.
OU.JKCT OK SUIT.
The object, ot" the above entitled suit is to
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When Your Oculist Fails
Consult Us
We aro Optometrists?the men
1 who get results. No drugs used.
Lenses ground while you wait.
Toric and Crooks Lenses a Specialty.
Examination Day or Night.
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Hours: sroo h. m.. to >j:uo it. i?i.
Snyder & LeMasters
Odd FcIIotts Building.
Mnin Sti-cct, Over Bijou Theatre.
'hanksgivlng
irith your roasting and you will not
hero is less bother than with any
el.
gdgarc^1
um -ji.. me?ruw in i imp?wwa
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THE HOUSE THAT RAISED THE
STANDARD
Thursday Paramount
THANKSGIVING SPECIAIj
Marr
W^W? Pic. i ford
]*q ,
" Hulda from Holland"
Alary as tlie little Dutch Girl.
PRICES THIS DAY
Adults l$c; AU Children ,10c
Add: Hearst Pictorial News
i obtain a divorce from tbe bonds of matrl- :
inony now evlailns between the plaintiff.
! Okie Jacobs, and the defendant. Motile Jacob
a, and for general relief.
And It appearing from an affidavit filed
In snld salt that Mollie Jacobs, tbe defendant,
is a non resident of this state. It
Is ordered that she do appear within one
1ST f\RPK
cgn1 \^_Theo
I>. W. GRIFFIT
Miss Norma
I "FIFTY
M Five Acts. Her Grea.1
jj Atltled: Ford Sterling:,
rrniimn r.v 4
! Palace
Change of Brt
Musical Wal
I Hav -a-Laugh
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musical sp
Free Band Concert 03
TWO MATIMEE& f
I TODAY [BIJOU Th
10 and 15c| SPEC
UNDER A $670,00
CHAPLIN?PLAYED El
"Behind fh
Added: Frank Borzag'
"The FORGOTTEN
A Beautiful
CJUB COMEDY?"JERRY AX
WEDNESDAY?>IRS. FISKE in "I
Open 12:30 to 11 P. M
ga?mwmi vmtmm in m\nwmomh hi ?i
| Robinson Matinee Tig
GRAND NIGHT ?*
5 Return engagement of the Gre:
8 Entertioners and their Big Compon;
EVERYTHING NE1
LeROY?TAL
(They Beat 1
In their amazing program of Hindi
Will wonder
W B 1 Will shriek <
& MP ^LJI Will be nstoi
Will never fc
ABB OF BAST SKA SOX'S BI<
THTHT lAXO FEATURES NEVER
DlllECT FIIOM SEIiVAtS Be ROY'S
^^^1 "Xero or Thi
THE WONDER SHOW OF THE
YOU HAVE EVER SF
SEATS NOV
Matinee Prices
Night ....
t riSS I
THE HOUSE THAT RAISED THE
STANDARD
Friday Fox
THEIDA BlAiRA.
Supported by Harry Hllliard and
8,000 players In- Shakespeare's
drama
'ROMEO AlN? JJJIilET'
Add: A Hugbie lMjudcAJomedy
ASJJj j SEATS lOc
month from the date of the first publication jX
of this order and do what is necessary to JH
protect her interests herein. : M
Given under my hand thin the 6th day of ! H
November. 1016. 1 H
I. WADE COFFMAN. Clerk.
JOHN a SOUTHERN, Counsel for Plain
VEVILA & I I
itre^ safe i j|
^ Today ij
H PRESENTS g a M
i Talmadge I t/j
" CICT I 1
B^bit s a i m
:est Screen Triumph. H w
in it li-reel Keystone. jSj M
Theatre |
ogram Daily |
ker and His I |
Comedy Co. ]!
comedies and wonderful |
iceialties. /
1 Street Every Day.
rH'ANESOrVliNG I /
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" I
IEATER Today
MA L 10 and 15c
O.OO CONTRACT
S* THIS, HIS DATEST
e Screen" ]
0 and Anna Little, in
PRATER."
1 Drama
D THE BI/ACKHANDERS"
ESS OP THE D'URBERVIDIjES" i ^
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BWWaBWaCT?1' 111111 II?
IES. N0V.28
I
it Triumvirate of Aral>i;> *? NiRlita'
y of I^uropcan Mystery People:
,V THIS SEASON
MA DA OTA
lun" "uuijvu I
he Devil.) ?
1 Magic and Oriental Mysticisms. |
and gasp witli amazement. |
with laughter. - . 8
nislied and clumfoundcd. 3
rget its marvels.
* orrouii?. ilL.1.11 X ftlYJU H
BEFORE SEEN IX AMERICA,
1 STUDIO, LONDOX, EXG.
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Back"?a Thriller.
obo Mystery."?Uncanny.
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rown to tlio Lions."
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world. uxlnve axttjfuxg
:ex at any time. 8
V SELLING "
2oc, 50c and. 75c 1'
. . .25c to $1.50 I f
1 J
THE HOUSE THAT RAISED THE 11
STANDARD g
Saturday Fox
HARK YE, AGAIN' THIS DAY
THEEiD'A BlAIRA
HMURJY HHjLMfBJD ?
with - - .
AND 3,000 PLAYERS, IN J
'KjOIREEO AiNiD JTTIJET' ;! f
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