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9 HEA9L1NERS TONIGHT.
D-v^ .- Musical Comedy. ' , ;gjtapedrome Razile Dazzle Photoplays. H Nelson ...... Seven Key* to Baidpate TWacass Sunshine Alley K ' ^ '. Han From Montana! ^HxJostTwo Reel comedy. * i . H . fh J3GGY HYLAXD, the slowing Uttie English actress 'whose acquiHt '*?.' sitton 'William Fox has just annpny?^, is soon to go before the mottop pictnre camera, for her initial - Pbf production. The photoplay impresario has selected as her premier starring vehicle a story admirably suited to Miss Hyland's petite beauty H . and radiant piquancy. The name of - the .director who is to have charge of Mr. Fox's newest addition to his rapIdly increasing forces, will be made public shortly. - la Peggy Hyland picturegoers I throughout screenland nave touuu ? winsome personality almost as distinctive as It is magnetic. Miss Hylaad's charm lies chiefly in her possesion of the unique combination of 'appealing demurene-3 and an irrepressible spirit of fun Raxzle Darslc at the Hippodrome By the time thir gett to the r^ad^r? of "In the Front R"-*" the initial performance of Rassie I/astle at the Hippodrome -trill be ever, and an interested theatre going public will have air covered -what a wonderfu1 attraction j ft Is to be.ployed a* really popular, prices. It is sstfe to aroumo that all' the advance encouiiran yili have bern ' tolly vindicated. / The success of Manager Fi her's i::> dprtafeing in th:3 inrtaoct* v ill hsv an Important bearing or. h'*-- pinn .give his pa-rohs nn- of the- - " ..sho*rs each month. Su-h a. ? are not slurnys available. bur . t]ho present tirr.- he option;- <>.. three. , end ho --if] ina!ie?h' ! decision: in' accordanco -?-ith the vo;-<iiei rendered this vroe*.-. if the the ire coir : public approver, he ; ;> :?miy. The Man Who C.'ntt B-ct: T-'-" 'ijntj- ar.rl the story I I* U^5 combined to maite "Tlie Man Vv"ho Com? B~Ca" the beat v; '?*:r;-es-.? , ;tas9 pyodtictien tljit. I;?) been hyre in a Jon; There ?? something ro the Brady t;pv c. dole a surr? is not aaarpached by any oilier p:o-duce," of pioifs of tl'.i.. i re*. U in'tbo.accuracy of if. :1 !"-i' 'lie i<Ece disco-vpre'I a different sen of entertaininT.T. La-t nlfltt'r ,prr;-cn'<"lon ?t t?:~ Oracff va? v.~!; r. - .. >1 l.v e crowd which ?7?v? e e of ! , entjrely iMe3---M rh prodi'tnicm Ir-rrji? . gjl the'. eonJd Jv? "> d'xsjtla and vu r-eil . : T<- *"f Tiv? C03?p22J-3 0"v:t ri'^Tv folded j to tie.mrssivenos ' of the pand the playrw. trcro splendidly cat'. Dcrotby For myd exhibited bis! r:vuic tnlert which ras rerejrnired by sli and the irrccrott. apart from the ctory itself. -was centered largely in yorlc. VUUaai fro--ell"? "I'otr-r" ??s one of-tbc dciigpr of the production. Comedy and Drama at 1>:;t A5' unusually nSso'r'eiBS rfrr.nia ;n r'hicfc Xca! Hart 5s the fw.vva player.''colled "Tb" "Ian From ?Ton;.an;.'' ic at its Biaio the.-,.r-> toii.v:. Adcd ,t.o this . SECeJirnt fat'.-jre i ' -v.--; Keystone comedy with Slip. .'EErtifi-vilie 'and an all star cant. ' . ? i ? -? "$ah3hiec Alley" Repeats Today J?fk? SSa'rsh plea' td Prirc .- iov.:l.yesterday irith iter excellent. iu 'SojjEbine Alio: ," a Golnarvn feature, a-.-gtory -with reach liutuan interest. Do*J i" the .crowded anrj poorer', section of a big city lives a little sir', tvjio is' a creature of joy. Kvv'y in the day . sic rings ;n her rtrandiather's' bird-r'br; and ti;; : ..-ocstant <3ic' too companion- hiy, of her feathered irieird:.. On" tiny iter ;-,-i daddy is-run over ao.l she it for -.--.! to tell ber beloved (ipera-tMecinv b'.:!!ffjseK to a soc'sty -tomne. i.i order 'o **??> *1 >r? TihiMhi:'"''. I "The bufl-i'noh becomes Hi and tbo little sir! is ran; 'ov to treat it. and it is.? white adrsbvc'crtng 10 the ti-1 that set; usees the ran of the bouse, who ffe rsnned<3toly etiraeted by lic-.sunny dispell Ion. and it is no; Ions before h? ;no- her iov--. Anu through the devotion of the pair. the ;rape grace brother is reformed and the aged grahdf.atkT cs.sed for. SJsjf ^;Ismb is r* .si; times dclightCui a ad in the (pi"7 let lysif?ohicii htae her grau-'ir.-'i-' er"? we;i ting dre. ??she woo extremely attractive and appealing. George Ml Cohan on Neissn Screen There tra :-o roan- good tbii'gr to , be-said of VSeven Korr- ?o Haldparo. whlejr is at' th9 Xelson. that it is rat her diffidblt. to know jurt where to beOS course, movie natrons do r.ot hare-to be told of the p'.casing qualities of a production having Poorge M. Cohan in it. con-pled with the fact that be Is appearing in his ova "work, which was a tremendous success on the dramatic stage both in Mew York and on the road, receiving countrywide, publicity thereby. The story Is ideal for screen con cmptlon, is too absorbing to spoil by Outlining the plot here, and too ad "Jolily constructed to have justice done It by-the meagre paragraph space allows. / Suffice it to say that It recounts the hectic events during the twenty-four hours a young man spcn-Is in a supposedly deserted inn. where be h*? gone to write a complete neve; / In that time on a wcger. He no more than sits 'down at his typewriter than M-ngn start, which abound in mystery ana uxriiip &aa wim <% w>c story, running through. The climax to a. surprise. Cohan is tar better In this picture ~ than he was in his preceding prodncHp tjoo- His personality is impressive oa the screen and he leaves nothing Co be desired in the way of acting, feat' Jtr- Cohan is not the whole thing by any njeans. Practically all of the other players, who include such well known favorites as Anna Q. Xilsson. CorrJno TTaatel. Joseph Smiley. Elda Furrj. Annand Cortes, C. 'Warren Coojc. Punjell Pratt. Frank Lo&re. Eric Hudson and Carlton Macy, hav? E3 4 Kz,. - | ^^2Sr55SSSSSS^S55S5SS5^iiii^S5^i55 .".Tits P hns aate ' "ox productions -*-hic!i h-t a. timely tit in? here. ] WASHiNGTC i ' GOSSIP i WA&il': "i"TO>*. D. C.. Jan. i7.? Tr.e Atrrima A.soctation of ex t- a icon K'.'"?.'::and Barkeepers tst> bo able to siuarnbis .1 s'tr.kly smite. tc their jnelanc'.ioiy courtT-Ctianecs Tr'ien rboy read that the man who helr>- ; drive them m-o the tifsd line, think-- ? r.f thorn jui ?kur ni<i West. Yirsiom : ivner. lit- a stimulant ? ' l.'rar Stuart: My. | u;< to her from you. . atsd I r- r.-.m:>er = .!v ?.' ? V>' Yir-j ! sisri i> ?> > ia-( of af.'retion.' r.'hi } !< an ' .?!!* powers of! a-., o'l sinl ir- i!> sv?a*it!::uc! over. I think ot \'.V. - Virginia and it rlsrer? me. Ycut friend. i ;~-;tse.a:". j Aocortpaavinu th'r note from the "ap-j'tr. evaujerJ- * vr a pass to r?r i | r?s;,<? for Centres n;ait H~'(i "fiood at. : any otifanc at any i?mo." And on ' top of tfcat. Mr. RacS trailed j into t*i * bit; barr. of s* *abortiurle iar n;riu. v-i!' i htm a* care, .v i. tailor, out. hello. Stuart-. tn?e riy-n on ur> on ":! ** stare." \r.-i R.-c:l f! Bill;* nr-i Staart at" o'.:i pals. The: Port Viryin.'.iT! it ypruev-'aat of an' almost os Tuuoh opportunity as the! tar. and they make tir- m.o-t of it. j i j ! "CLOSE UPS" j ?trtorsc Coton ir. "S?r?s K'?r--Jc! " " 'i*? " r.?5dcd 'o :h~ reputation of Altera f? for o.nneual production?. ' ?t;i? f'iari: . ' "tr'T T^toarorfi says ! ' ^.tzrlo Do?z'~" i" rlt? bo?', tfcinsj iu j a. lor.* \chi!o . Pd speak? of ir in tii*> ' ano l>reatb v.ith *TTy Honolulu Girl." ? The fif'rvr.rb and 'ssr cplfodo of I "Tli<5 F'-rl'tinr Trrji" r.-.-rr:! j.s srhcd-. n!"'I ar 1 flo l.'i.vic tomorrov.-. Tb?* picture 1 r- proven Sianisgcr T.icr.'-. .'nde| meat rat rorr?:?t -c-jen he announced | r-t rha hoL'nr.ir.5 'bat th:" f!:c. Sort sorfa! over o Tiered to Fairmont: ; jrovio fsnr i I tsarga 1 ir n roroen adaptation of tii j Seven lays A story Midi r.-:tH -ojld freaks , | stanres anc! sudden and dynamic ch Matinee 5c and 10c. ! Today and ammamammmaBtBmmmammmmammBama *^\\#5vVU ; . w?f 55^5^55i5S55BDBS''' H m ' erne. This drama is an early book- i ! }N NEWS I By CMAFLS3 CROOKS S*:?TH. o"- .'r."'.!;..' htastif. if do>!iverir? zdd.'T./T in e'varehes arid tensions or-! or.- coant in 133f. iine. He ii.nl ijohvarqd Swire4.- of rbac kir.cl.' r.-i- .-r- sri-i Jlrs. T?eed fire "O-I r.?. to * -~ain Pill- as<I Ma at use Kcit-o rea'-urrnt in toe '"api-oi n?7:t '-. ;:n-i hare irviicd a f?tr of their .'ri: rj ro wort the revivalist a ltd bit ;'t-*?f-t! fl prcsentitiva and Mrs. I-Tarry C. i V*".".' ynvtl mti- v" ' f. ri;-.'- ? SUE. t v i?vrnir-~ ihor V njc to Lati'Vj: rtroe: :n h-nor ->; ri? ttpoa^rp end 7* Ira. Chzrzp The suee's to. ITV 'li 'si v-re F-nnCtt. " r"r_n.-t ' " . it bridge of ;u<irsn-l (-o; artti .".Tr . Je.-r> T. Thtunp n. ?>!. Pierce. Pv. cio-i .Mr . Irnnoj: 'id ?ir. ;.;;d h.-.ries Breohts: Smith.?tvaith:star. T. B Slave*.'?. of W:i':: tn-sor. who.J ?jr.V " r-e.;. ..so evamined. here; fee admission ro':'- v.hj sejrJ?c? upon rcono-t. e.f ; v ^ oil-, eera by Sena "v ** a'-rk-nd.; -hre-1 or: r i tca i ecu yriier-; i to TH-rt. to Mi" sc)i?l fori amy O;.n' .(. 5 :r,t Vol. O- nor ]a.! :<r tlia ntho l^'ih ?if this month. | The' roilovinr .nociel pension T?HIr,' l-.y fV.nrrof: T5SN-.-'y. bio-.- onase.; Mb* Kors?*: .>cbn v.*. Van Pine. of, V. :'.w:;!r-, $t . ; ,;.,!.r. .T. West. | Or F.:inner.r. It . <""-ar.cy.. of fjroiron. S?l}: rod John r. Harder. of Short CreeU. ?i'5. Of"!-:sI -or; rerei-.--'I by j < *<-.r-r.f -i-man T.r. r. Woodyarf from' the Pension Commissioner advising; !- im of the granting of a pension to' Harriet C. Shannon, of Elisabeth. etj the rate of $12 a month from Nov. 16.. lf-T't. o:;d 527? from Oct. ?. 1217: ann ' .(.? MaJinda Kav.kinc. o<" Roare county, j V20 a month from May IS. 1217. and S2o from Oct. 1?. I?i7. .--nri accried, - -'in" <t-.:e lier husband at the time | cf his death. Mr. Wood yard todayj Sit?!} -with t.Jio Cr.mrnioSic.net 5" appli' a'ion for an i"'-!- under tire age. law for Spencr cf Miiton. ! The Test Offier Deportment reports j 1. 0?han s own sensational sl?ge hit to iafdpate i of action, -weird tangling of circntn- j r.nges of humor. Evening 10c and 15c. HEATER Tomorrow , i FRECKLES ANI C!&P1 ' bI JJU^- CjgfagmJ^LJM . ' * " < ... - ,* - .<r>^-:-V ;. iramsements to lBlrlbe ptece . Robert L- Kerns -has beeu cornmlstinned postmaster act Dsceol*. W. Tsstar mall service has been estabttsSed 1 Scxwn Big Otter to KIsne. W." VaC and back. a distance of 4 Utiles, and tie contract Has been awarded to William E. Sntton. of Big Otter. Becent visitors from West Virginia: CoL and Mrs. Charles Head, of Hereon; Joseph Crouch, of Clarksburg; President of tie State University Frank B. Trotter. . of Morgan town; Prof. T. C. AtkesSon, of Putnam county. who came here from attending the big farmers' -week at tie State Agriculture College at Morgan town; Martin J. McNlcholas, labor leader of Parkersbnrg. -who stopped off here for a day or two before proceeding on to Philadelphia to atten dthe International organization of bricklayers and: master plasterers as a delegate, a meeting which is expected to last fotwo weeks; Carry M.-Bennett, a prom lnent and well known lawyer of Glenvile, who went from hero to Philatie: phia on business for clients. .TTflr TM mnon Ufmmisbiuuci uon .. ^ ified Senator Sutherland of the gnv; ing of a pension of 925 a month to Mrs. Emma L. Slack, of Charleston. With the same official today. Congressman Wood yard had up and wen over the cases with him of Elizabeth A. Dunlap. of Parkersbnrg, and Nancy Kidder, of Raven Rock. Raymcr> L. Lough, of \Ni'ndsvillo. nra sto'is- i<-rommcnde-l by Senator Sutherland Tor examination tor acceptance in the aviation section as a-stn dent flyer. ; . j Lieut. William Wood yard, son of; Congressman and Mrs. Harry C. Woodvard. it wbuld not surprise those who are familiar with the splendid record he is making and the complimentary -Tnressions on it made by his superior officer .may find himself tmex--ctedly given a higher commission before many months roll around. Lieut. Woodyard is only 24 years of age. but in the few months he has h-'cn attached to the small arms division of the ordnance department h?? handled most successfully nearly $1. mwr m m >j?vg Beautiful, Soft Hair of an Even Dark Shade. Tf your hair is wnlto tray streaked, prematurely gray- thin, silver or iron gray, failling or s'ranlv. just apply La Creole Hair Dressing to heir ana scalp at nignr. In a day or so all your gray hair tarns a beautiful, ever, dark shade without even a trare or gray. La Creole revives the color glands of the heir, fhes producing in jcur hair tkn: natural. tantalizing lu-are. softness, fullness and that beautiful even dark " irentire,head of hair, such as you used to have. Try La Creole. We guarantee results or your money back. La Creole is harmless ar.d no ilye. anil is the oniv hair preparation that retires the olor glands. !?oM by drag stores or sea? prepaid for 51.-P by Van Vleet Drug .-ont Pari v. Memphis. Tens. Get a bottle of La Creole today and bare dark, sort, abundant tresses again.?Advt f II ?11 A. M. TO 11 P. M. DIXIE TODAY MEAL HAST I In An Unusually Absorbing Drama 1 THEMAKFROM MONTANA' Also a 2-Reel Keystone Comedy "HULA HULA LAND" with "Slim" SummerriUe and an all star Keystone cast. 8PECIAL TOMORROW ? The 15th and final episode of 1 The Fighting Trail Vitagraph's Remarkable Serial I ol Adventure. ) HIS FRIENDS?(HE WAi m MAN.' ViU&T A&E '/ - ^ .? ' i ce^sfol achievements in the line of J" ids work, which' is of die highest in?-} portance.- He is said.by his associa-j tes suJ his superiors to hare *!* ? j J h marked aptitude for and" comprehen- j i sion of larye business transactions.il and his superiQS. CoL John T- Thorn?-11 sou. is mis tic? him more and more t with larger responsibilities . At the present. Lieut. Woodyard is ' i stationed at an important army sup-' ply cetler in New York State. Nat-, urally his parents are proud and pleased over his snccess. and hisfriends here, of which he has many, j, are no less so. f FOR LUMBAGO j Try Musterolc. See How Quickly It Relieves You just nib Musterolc in briskly. and osnally the pain is gpne?a delicious,' soothing comfort comes to take its place.! Mosterole is a dean, white ointment made with oil of mnstard. Use it instead of mnstard piaster. Will not blister. Many doctors and nurses use Mosterole and recommend it to their patients. They will gladly tell yon what relief it gives from sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the bade or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises; chilblains, frosted feet; colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). Always dependable. 30 and 60c jars; hospital size S2^CL sW. , J Cash. Gr I Frida J EAT WE MEAL?White or yel;1 low, 9Vi lb. bags, per fcwc :2 " ci in (Eat more corn broad J and less wheat bread.) | HOMINY?Pearl Homi I: ny (big grains) 5 pounds g to a customer for 1-5c. ;1 FISH ?. Salt Herring if all new stock of Herring, 5; per lb. 11c., 5 lbs -5oc | PAX CAKE FLOUR? i Virginia Sweet. 1 lb.. 4 oz. | package, 2 packages 2-5c. FLOUR?Bouquet Pastry Flour 12! 2 lb- bags, g special SOc. ? - - - - 1 (At till? special price jc we limit 2 bags to a cus? lomer.) I RICE?RICE?Loose and i| FLOUR?Atlas Fancy Pat II NEW ARRI\ | s Maple Sugar Cod Fish jl Wesson Oil Pure Maple Syrup !i Pin Head Oat Meal Steero Bouillion Cube jl * Pop Corn Premier Salad Dressi Domino Cube Sugar 1 (One Delft ' CASH ' if ..Phone 1278-1279 5- A READY BUYER.)?BY MWECE, A?* "TUEM^f f vjot caj^t a?fobd LBUY EM sets' iK\< pl,"t: ESarFEft Morui "' " " * ' '::'": ' ' ? Arrr W^yAVii you seen tl RAZZLE IT isa Real Show Tremend Siic (Opened to Pad WITH MR. GUS and Nine Leading Artist big Company of Girls ? I Catchy Music Gor<; I Special Scenery Spar IHPPODROM a Thrice Baily, Tomorroi Matinees at 2:30, 25 Nights at 7:30 and 9:00 ocery Specia y and Satur< January 18th and 19th, 1918. [OLESOME FOOD?SAID HOO\ 1 ^ ^ ij ? FooDS l'* f ?* | FoRNlSHL K iogs reac veil IOC. A should furnish jour fain . ily meals that contain the tO a proper number of heat units. This is just as importatr as ppj heating the house or -wear- * ins th? proper olotbinc If for you don't want to come out in i he cold, phone your or- Dod der. . mat kBILLPHONE A s? ^127681279^1 cans well cleaned, big grains, 4 pounds ent, 241-2 lt>- bags. Our special, pe ALS I POOE 1. Buy it wil 2. Cook it w IS. Use less t 4. Buy local 5. Serve just 6. Use what 'ery ONLY to a Customer Each GROCER Locust Avemxe 1 'iwiwi??y^iiPHii ?s1 in it, BLOSSER. v - * - lot,1 ^Sb ^ H ^ J I I 1 OUS I 41 I I ___?*_? I r I I ? a ced House "* * SHY J is. Supported by md Comedians . I u H [eous Costumes kling Comedy | : TWICE I TONIGHT m * and Saturday 9 ic and 35c. ..." , 25c, 35c, 50c. flEXSHfliiBHUiBSBHBiHBIHiBH Js For w lay _ I . ATS?We have for special sale that well to brand of Mother's H s put up in 1 lb.. 4 oz., .9 caees at the low price S for 35c. RUMBLES ? Ivel- ? ;*s Krumbles all wheat a li- f/-? a'z-f- nor nar-lrace 9 <9 (Limit 5 packages a customer.) ' | M OMATOES?"We have j this sale 25 cases of 9 3 sons 1 lb. 3 oz. can To- I oes. regular price 15c, ns for S?c. (Limit 12 RISCO?-I pound can " 9 29 .cents. (Limit 2 ,fl ; for 32c r bag ......... $1.68 |jfl FACTS fl :h thought. ith care. s- ? vheat and meat. 'fl Y CO. 1 Fairmant, W. Va. I f I , ? * | ; BH^l ^