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?f& HEAOUNERS TONIGHT
. Dramatic.
Kfr/ Qnmd Her Unborn Child
Musical Comedy.
H/ Hippodrome CEellly, the Million-Air
H Photoplays.
Nelson Little Miss Optimist
H (Wade ........ Mysterious Mr. Tiller
^H| PHncess .................... Poppy
I f^'^ ADOED ATTRACTIONS.
I . - ? ' Hippodrome?Hank Mann comedy
' (picture.)
Nelson?A Milk Fed Vamp, comI
. . Ittrlier-Comedy.
rpEEHS have been wonderful dogs,
I remarkable cats, and intelligent
parrots on the screen, but there
never has been bird or animal with
I . the Intelligence or Tony, Jocko or
Monk. The-three names belong to
- one being, and the collection shows
|^H easily that he's a sliniam.
His occupation, before entering the
Wm ? ?vtownioa from
1 pictures, was CVUCV.bUi6 ?
children who had his keeper play the
organ. -Tony?that is the name his
master gave him?contributes a per
tormance in 'A Milk Fed Vamp" that
will be remembered.
Shortly after work on this Sunshine,
comedy commenced. Tony disclosed
a sudden and violent attachment
to Mildred Lee. another William
Fox player, and-began follow ins; berj
about. For the first' few days of their |
acquaintance, he knew her only with |
out make-up. as he met Mildred in aj
Ibetween-picture- pcnoa.
Then one day. Miss Leo came to;
the studio-with'her make-up on. She
had two littlo strands of hair pulled
down., across her cheeks, glued there,
with spirit sum, and fashioned like:
tiny arrows, with court-plaster heads.;
Next day. Tony' reported for work;
with his foce and hair dor.o in an es-;
actly similar fashion. Whether he'
did it or his keeper did it. Tony.'
wouldn't tell. |
- 'Her Unborn Child" His Message
An old school physician, one of
those kindly, dignified and honest!
gentlemen who is not in sympathy j
Un> >if hirrh control, is one;
of the characters in "'Jlcr Unborn j
Child," a. drama of discussion dealing :
Kg 'With the . subject of birtli control, j
H. which started on a three-day run at;
>s the Grand yesterday.
Ha It is through this character "hat;
the author of "Her Unborn rhild" de-'
livers an indictment against the j
HH theorist who seeks to better tlie social I
and industrial conditions of fl-.c world '
by the regulation of child birth.
K.. Through the physician cf bis ploy.
H s" \ Mr. Barnes points the way out to a
R misguided young couple who go to'
I him for help. Felice Kennedy is:
loved by Ted Livingston. They were
to have been married, in fact were j
H| almost at the minister's deer, when:
' the boy receives a telegram front his '
aunt, with whom he lives, calling hint
H . away from his hriilo to be .
Before the wedding plans are com-H
pleted lie 'tabes a "trip to Europe and
when he returns he finds his sweet-;
K..- heart, in tears. He takes her "to met
old physician who had brought hor!
into the world Ted .wants to marry |
I the girl bat. his aunt who objects ioj
the marriage, has told liim that he
is a nameless foundling and for that
: ' reason he seeks for his sweetheart
the only other out. j
Ted's aunt goes with him and Felice !
to-the physician's office to plead with
the doctor. The girl is against "the
plan but in desperation consents to
see the. physician. The latter makes
the annt tell the. truth and shows the
"bewildered" young people the right'
step to-take.
In. writing 'Her Vnborn <"hild" Mr.
Barnes tells a dramatic story full oi
baman interest. There arc. heart
throbs .and a punch in his play which j
Is bound to teach a never-to-be-forgotten
moral lesson.
Lauretta Allen as Mrs: Kennedy, a
rich "widow,-gives an excellent portrayal
of tbe mother love in the time
of her charming daughter's distress.!
I&Ien "Marlow as Felice, daughter o:;
Mrs. Kennedy; Dorothy Smitlt as
Sarah Livingstone; Pearl Sterns, as
Beth Forrester: Mary Louise Eigholz.
as Mibbs. the mischievous child: J.
J. Coggshall. as Rupert Ignatius.
knowtx as "Waffles;'* Fred Steele, as
Ted iinngstcne. in love -with Fclicc.
and Gale .Sattcrlee. as Dr. Remincton.
doctor of the "old school," complete
H a Splendid cast.
Between, one of the acts Miss Allen
I gives a'brief lecture in which she relates
the object of the drama in beautiful
well chosen words.
Kj Live-Wire Aggregation at Hipp
Sore, .there is something in a name- j
"We re-discovered this fact last night j
when, we watched Frankford's Dane-'
log Girls-at tne Hippodrome. Dane-!
Ing girls is right. Every blessed one j
of them.-has. got more "pep" in their j
"pods", .than - the Ole" Gray Mare ever]
had in",-her hoof in the days "when i
she nam. to be.** Of course, they sin< j
B too. bnt thev dance mostly. And the; ;
do an-the other things berore theHIfootlights
that well-trained choruses!
V Vdo. one time nearly the- whole
B| : . Cyew,; was out on the stage with
B - WdOden-aoIed shoes beating a bedlatn
like tatoo that made the old rafters
up in .the haymow qtffver; also it
showed. the andience that "Davy"
H. saw to' -It that the boards bad been
. well swept- Besides this dancing fea->
trr
< sk^
i
p^2:^jSM
Left
ture the show has other good points
aijd the way the audience whooped {
and laughed brands the company as. I
a "howling success." _
Mr. Franhford's piano maniptia-i
tions were immensely liked?and a;
rare exhibition of skiil. Robert \Vjl-t
son's comedy was appreciated, and all j
the various bit; were well taken. The j
show moves swiftly, everybody keeps 1
hiisv an.i no time is wasted in arriv-i
Ins at *?. pilci of a joke. Xow aid j
then'the comedians threatened to
pnll an old one. but when It ko: t
across it seemed brand new because i
it was don i so differently.
The presort bill is railed "O'Reilly.!
the MiUio-v-Air. but it. doesn't mean [
mueh as a play. It does afford tiiej
proper opportunity, however, for loti
of good action. j
The same bill repeats tonight, and |
tomorrow a new program which fea-:
tares two black-face comedians will (
he put on. We have a hunch that;
Trankford r.rd Wilson will fill their!
parts in a hilariously funny manner.!
Irish Comedy Drama Coming
"My Iri.Cn Cinderella" will be the:
attraction at the Grand theatre next;
Saturday. It tells of the experience;
of little Pcsgy McNeil, a little Irish!
girl who has been brought up in an;
orphan asyium. icnomnt of the identity
and rank of her'father and mother.
? f ? ^vnm T*r? r*l r? r? il
.-V yuuu* tiv*u n j
who is in Kow York i:i search of the
grandchild of the K;-r! of Eonsdale,
takes Foggy >o England and to the
old Earl as b.:? grandchild. Some of
the scenes in the play are said to he
thrilling and exciting, yet it sparkles j
with brilliant Irish wit and humor. f
Miss Daisy Carlcton as Peggy, has!
several new" song hits, which will be!
introduced during the action of the
play. * ' |
A big scmic production is carried!
and an excellent company of players'
is promised by the management.
Vivian Martin at Nelson
In "Little Miss Cpiimi.-m."* at the
Xolson, Vivian Martin appears as a
sort of screen Pollyana and scatters j
deeds of kindness through a play
which gives her every opportunity to
find good in evil. The role of a raglitfto
nnws-oirl is something of a
departure from Miss Martin's usual
type of heroine, and she plays it with
all the wistful gaucberio that belongs
to the pat-t. Through the aid of a
good-luck dime, she foils the Titian,
frees her brother from an unjust
charge and wins the love of a church
organist as a reward for her unfailing
ability to smile when everything
goes dead wrong. To give weight to
the plot there is an exciting murder
mystery, which is realistically staged
aud logically worked out. Much oft
the action takes place in & picturf??-no
FniQpnnal chattel and the scene I
in -which the little street -wail crawls
from underneath the pulpit and confronts
the vilian in the midst of a
service provides a startling and amusing
climax.
The cast includes Tom Moore.
Charles West and Ernest Joy, -who
are excellent support fo rthe little
heroine, and- the minor roles are
smoothly and intelligently acted.
Skillful direction has brought out the
high lights in the cheerful philosophy
of the p!$y and given a charming picture
of romance in a country parishDetective
Story on Dixie Screen
"The Mysterious Mr. Tiller" at the
Dixie is a detective drama with two
Sherlock Holmes?one a pretty young .
girl effectually disguised in an evening
dress and the other a mysterious
stranger who can change his identity
merely by twisting his face. The plot
revolves around the efforts of these 1
two to check-mate each other until 1
at the end they discover that they ate 1
working for the same cause. Police
IER UNBORN CHILD" AT '
x
V
L ? 2 -
4 nrii^^MTnrrfiMUM ? .
^paWB^. -^^ H^H^BBBBing^'
' ?^*ff
to right, Jackie Saunders, K
headquarters has been much agitated i
by a series of robberies, culminating j
ru the the ft of a priceless necklace;
smuggled from Europe. The detectives
arc on the track of a gang;
which includes a grotesque being
known as "Tbe Face." because of h
twisted and hideous countenance. At"-'
tor a series of falsa trails which end J
in still more intricate complications,
The F?ce" reveals himself as chiefi
of the Sccrcr Service and the beautiful ,
young girl suspected of the crime is;
disclosed as one of the agents. The
final reel ends in a sentimental scene
which has grown cut of the romance i
Vin.-n.-oon thp rrirl detective and hcri
chivalrous opponent.
Rupert Julian makes use of his fa-!
miliar grimaces in the change of
identity so necessary for this sort, of
screen defective work. Ruth Clifford
is a gracious and extremely feminine
detective .and ihe remaining roles are'
satisfactorily acred.
?? |
Selznick Production at Princess
Xorma. Talmatige is featured at
the Princess trc'.ay in "Poppy." a story
of a young girl who is reared to re-i
Snemcnt from a life of drudgery.
Miss Talmadge plays the part of
Poppy De.-tin. whose life is moulded
by three mm. Luce Abingcr the \un-i
scrupulous. Dr. Bramlian the generous.
and Evelyn Carson the lover.'
These person:- .have becom" known!
as "the three worst men in South!
Africa" 011 account of their an von-j
lures with wcuncn. hut two of them;
prove that they are entitled to lessi
sinister description. Through them'
the unique situation arises cf a ypres:
woman married "to a man without(
knowing it. while, the men she loves r
and who loves her believes his' onemeeting
with her was only a dream.!
[ -CLOSE UPS" ( !
?The Hippodrome will introduce
another novelty Friday night. The
event is heralded by the rather allurring
title of "Garter Might." Frizes
will be given away by the girls of the
company playing there.
?Philo McCulIougft. who is playing
the loading male role with Edith
Storey in the Metro production. "The
Legion cf Death." lias had an extensive
s.creen career. He has appeared |
in the productions of Balboa. Kalem.;
Selig and Mutual. He has appeared i
in serials with Lillian Lorraine and!
Ruth Roland. T : 1 - .
sv/) A AV-a
.?? .?
Got Teh Years For
Obstructing Draft |
CBy Associated Press)
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. S.?Ernest
L- Schneider a private at Camp Zachary
Taylor the new national army
cantonment near here has been sentenced
to ten years at bard labor In
the Federal prison of Atlanta forfeiting
of all army pay an dot be dishonorably
discharged. Striped of its
technicalities Schneider was charged
with vilifying the President of the
United- States and voicing objections
to a draft law.
Announcement that the war department
had approved the findings
of the general court martial which
tried Schneider was made today.
INFANTILE PARALYSIS.
Can anything be done' for children
-rippled as a result of this disease?
Enquire of Mrs. Fred Smith, S14 Gaston
Ave.. City; Mrs. George E. Johnson,
333 Chicago St., City. l-S-lt-3264
rHE GRAND
... >-r
i^y
. .. ' =
athleen Clifford and An ita K
SEE LADY DANA '
AS A MODEL
Behold above. Lady Diana Manners ;
o:' London as a model. She is exhibiting
a near military turban, fashioned
after the Italian military cap with
gold lace embroidery and a tassel as
decreations also a rich sable neckpiece.
This all happend. you understand.
at "Petticoat Lane"' rair and
fashion shore for war relief.
RECIPES FOR MEATLESS DAY
BY BIDDY BYE. .
To make foods seem -what they are
not appears to be the popular notion !
of 'meatless day" cookery. Oolden j
Buck. Yorkshire Buck and Scotch j
Woodcock sound amazingly like venison
and game yet they are or.Iy cam- I
ouflaged cheese dishes which anyi
J? _ I
nouscwiie can prepare ui a. ?uui i j
time. |
Yorkshire Buck is merely a Welsh
rarebit garnished -with poached eggs.
| At THE m
Little Miss
Featuring Vivian Martin. A Parr,
implies.
| A Milk K
\ IsothLng but fun.
I TnMnBBnw--^I
lunwif w?? >
feature.
GRAN
SATURDAY?Matrne
The New S
i - ^ wr
A complete scenic product
Matinee?25c, 50c. Nig]
Seat Sale, Thursday 9 A. ]
siraS^. 1
ing. |,
j
Golden Huck is the same combination j
minus the of the eggs. And j
jor Scotch V.'oodcock. the toast is !
rprcad first with anchovy paste on j
top of which is placed scramblca ;
pecs. . 1
PLAIN OMELET.
Separate the whiles and yolks of [ '
r> eges. -beat tie yolks until thick, j '
season with salt uud pepper, add 4 ; ;
tablespoonfuts water, and beat again, j
Beat the whites until stir, but not ;
dry. Fold the white carefully into the
yolk. Melt tic butter in an omelet
pan. Add the egg and cook at a Io-.v !
temperature. Place in a hot oven ;
to dry the top. Fold and lurn on to '
a hot platter.
SALMON LOAF
The ingredients are J can salmon, j,
shredded fine. 2 rablosoooiuls melted ; .
fat. 1-2 cupful milk, juice of half a I j
lemon, a dash of cayenne. 1 cupfui ! .
mashed potatoes or cooked rice, 2. ,
TBV THIQ 1
ins nisu i vsi
YOUR ffiiLD
' 'j;
WHAT YOU NEED IS THIS SENSI-! '
ELE AND EFFECTIVE REMEDY.
DR. BELL'S FINE- |
TAR-HOMEY. AT ONCE
As a cold is only dangerous when J j
neglected, the prompt use of Dr.; .
Sell's Pine-Tar-Honey will break it up
and prevent the weakening cough ;
from becoming chronic.
This happy combination of balsam : |
and healing agents soon overcomes j|
the cold germs, loosens the phlegm,: g
relieves congestion and quickly re-; ?
relieves congestion and quickly reliev-1 fi
es the cold. 11
Search as you will, you will rot k
find a berte- remedy than Dr. Eell's . I
Pine-Tar-Honey. Not only- recent or'!
lingering, coughs, but grippe, bronchi- j.
ris. or asthma are helped toward;
speedy recovery by its proper use. j
Children take ir without coaxing j
and wise mothers have it handy for|
dangerous croup.
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li
.dvrs i ^sasi j !
i Optimist
mount production in all the nam's j
ed Vamp I
e Backtracker from the Hot Side- j
de story. "Sells World Library."
ygeia at the Solito" an O. Henry
r\ OPERA
LJ HOUSE j
e and Night, Jan. 12. j
ong Play j
SDK <
ion and an excellent Co.
it, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00.
IL, Martins Book Store.
f " ' ; T
an. bones and skin from flaku - To the <
Baked fish, add -the melted fat. the j
sen armings. the potato or rice, and .
the crumbs. Pack fa a weU^hcttered r
mold and steam 1 hour. Serve with 5
an ess or tomato sauce. Bomb
in a School '
Blows it to Pieces
!
fC>* Associated Press. 1
ROCHESTER. Pa, J<n.s S. ? A
l>omb placed In "!e desk of Miss Ce- i
rciia neiDiiay. principal oi
Rochester Continuation school here,
rcploded this moraine, blowing the
building to pieces. Karl Burgwall.
13 rear old son the janitor, was
probaoly fatally injured.
Had the explosion occurred half an
hour laaer the teacher and 4 0 pupils
pro; id h. va been in the school. A
quad of troopers of state police inn- ;
Efi; ;tcly rook charge of the ruins. ^
BEAUTIFUL HAIR !
THICK, WAVY, FREE i
FROM DANDRUFF;
I tl
3RAW A MOIST CLOTH THROUGH
HAIR AND DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY
AT ONCE.
SAVE YOUR HAIR! DANDRUFF
DISAPPEARS AND HAIR
STOPS COMING OUT.
Immediate? ? Yes! Certain? ?
that's tilt *joy of it. Your hair becomes
light, wavy, fluffy, abundant
2nd appears as soft, lustrous and
beautiful as a young girl's after an
application of Dandcrine. Also try>
this?ntoisten a cloth with a little i
Danderinc and carefully draw it!
through your hair, taking one small I
strand a' a time. This will cleanse j
he hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil.'
ind in just a few moments you have j
loublcd the beauty of your hair. A
ielgihttu! surprise awaits thosjJ j
whose liair.has been neglected or is!
>craggy. faded, dry. brittle or thin. j
Besides beautifying the hair. Dander-j|i
inc dissolves every particle of daa-jl
'Iraff: cleanses, purifies and invigor-; E
ites the scalp, forever stopping itch-!
.ng and falling hair, bat what willj
rdrase you most wilt be after a few ;
seeks* use. when you sea new hair?I
in" and downy ai first?yes?but re- j
ally new hair?growfiig all over the.
scalp. j
Datiderine is to the hair what fresh |
showers of rain and sunshine are to '
( gelation. It goes rigiit to the roots, i
nvjgorates and strengthens them. Its i
tchiliarating. stimulating and" life-1
producing properties cans" the hair!
o grow long, strong and beautiful. 1
You can surely have pretty, charm-j
ng lustrous hair and lots of it. if j
oti will spend a few cents for a bot- j
ie of Kn.owIton*s Danderine from anyIrug
store or toilet counter and try
;t as directed.
3?^?n??t??i???
Ever}' Theatre Ticke
C'ean, Progressive Amusen
"YES BOY, IT
All That Was Prom
MiLT FRANKFC
iii?ir rug
ear a j? ae ? vma w
"A Basket of Peaclu
The Premiere Dancing Cho
TONIGHT? "O'REILLY
A live-wire Musical Corned;
MILT FRANK FORD. World's Cri
EMMA FRANKFORD. Cleverest
ROBERT WILSON. That Funny
FRED VOGEL, Eccentrie Dancer
A Big Novelty?Six W
Wednesday and Thursday?"The P
Ing good black face comedy bill.
9fid Satiipdav?"A Niaht at
Matinee at 3,15c. Night,'
GRANDi
MATINEE AT 2:3
DAILY MATINEES F
MATINEI
NIGHT PRICES 21
NOT A MOVIP
NO CHILDREN,
MOTHERS BRING YOUR GF
AT ALL MATINEES FOR LADIES O
ADDRESS THE LADIES ON SU
Everybody over Sixteen 1
to Night Per
1
'Ccid'-tei":8?wt- aiaf^fl
Ciirad"%^H
Overnight 3/ . :^1
Gingeroie *1
DOCK"? *'419rtB9 S-3?aj toil
n'sta Sarartw ft
Stops roughing: almost instazittyjfc i J
nds sore throatand chest colds over, f .W
light. Nothing Mice it for neuralgia,
umbago.. neuritis and to speedily J j|
rive away rheumatic pains and re- } a
iuce swollen joints.' swollen (lands ^ ~fl
nd to banish soreness/and pain from a IB
aricose veins. iSriM
Money back if it tent better than
ny preparation yon have ever used .*f
or tonsilitis and pleurisy. 'Use It * j|
or sprains, strains. brui?v?s. sore mus- J
les. stiff neck, swellings, sore, pain- *
ul or frosted feet and chilblains. Be
are its G INGE ROLE the "ointment,
rtth the ginger." At
Fairmont Pharmacy and all . ' I
irst-clars druggists sell it for 26 cents J |
nd your money will be refunded.ft
ou are not sntisfiod.
A BLUEBIRD FEATURE B 1 SI
SPECIAL MUSIC TONIGHT ^ - j?
UIA1C
TODAY I
flUTH CLIFFORD ! fl
and i
RUPERT JULIAN U :
in an excellent Bluebird Attrao"THE
MTSTERIMS V
MR. TILIiR
A Stirring drama ot the'Secret s- fl
Service. "> jH
?ALSO A GOOD COMEDY?^ ; <
?SPECIAL TOMORROW^ V'*. i H
CHARLIE CHAPLIN,- f IB
in his very latest eomedy 1 iH
"THE ADVENTURES"; . IjH
Also I- L.
ETHEL CLAYTON _ M
"THE WOMAN BENEATH"^ jSi|BM
t Helps Load a Gun- ' .
IROME I
nent for All the Family,. 8H
'S A DARB" ~7 II fl
lised?Then Some y- H' |l
)RD AND HIS I
mn nni i s I J
is From Joyland"
rus of any Taloid circuit JH
THE MILLIOR-iliit0 . 1
y. A Show full of Top" |jB
latest Trick Pianist' V~ . '
Dancing Soubretta _ ifl
of Minstrel Fame. - PlH
ooden Shoe Dancers ? jfl
leasure Seekers' Revue", a cork- I
the Turkish Bath." ' , ' L
7:45 and 9,15c and 25c.
ssrv^ri T/M> I V ll^ JM
Ml A^.'l ll'-A 1~^*91 " 1
jB B - - ' ^!w^ ?'l .'."i,?;"-:, ?' - W^l
tOWN UP DAUGHTERS |j ;
^EC^UOf^ l^?fWOOD LL J

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