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M|hEAfiUNEg8 TONIGHT I^^KSStSy-,K^Mua|pN Corned/ [Hippodrome ...... Six Little Wire* , ISjj|v Photoplay* A Daughter of the God? i FJBSpp>i.-i" Bandit and the Preacher fflphoa^ Arms and the Girl Mhnens Under Suspicion i- -ADDED ATTRACTIONS ||^p&i--*Twgomce and the WooMfa^jpo drome?"The Bad Man' Hbtna?Mick Sencett corned:--. nV 7ITH nesrpapers throughout the BWS/f- United States printing stories BKSv/ ^ttboot the lasses o( life alongj coast ctiuccd by attack.- j pfe hatlim by sharks but simmer.; HUlimm ITla*'* mmnanv of 20.000 nlay.! I to were making Ills cinema | Ic. "A Daughter of the Gods." i r at the Grand today for a' by run. was in Jamaica and, Bfed -with the same horrors J fell American bathers. L Daughter of the Gods" there ] ds appear and other scene.-, ir. Annette Kcllennan. world's ] t swimmer and star of -A j br of the Gods" i> festered. i t St: Fox selected St. Ann-.-'sj ..the scenes In Ills picture, he ! | that his company would he | an; danger at the hands of t)i?i tiStt. Inhabit the wateru around j Etc of the 'calmness and appur-1 irity of St. Anne's bay*, sharks j dthe girls playing mermaid-:. j Wide protection for the girls, f ordercd motorboat patrols be bed at the month of the bay. m, in these brats exp! uicl nner killed many oi'ilie shark.. je of fbe huge man-eaters did a -become stunned. Indian.negroes were ti.g-.go 2 le the sharks. Armed with xpoons, scores of negroes pathe hay and killed sharks ia A tie a firut t'AtL' auttiwcis. mick i?v -?eks of working; among; the shark:-., i W. girls became used to the dansrr Dd did not fear the destroyers of lr.:ian. beings and in many- scenes o: to- spectacle the fins of sharns are een moving through the water quite ' Josa to the girls, f-../ . * flpp Show Making a Record continued success of "Six Ufcie Wives." whose engagement at the lippodrome has been lengthened mu three days to a full-week, iirfraTTy. the "talk of the town." This ttractlon came here with the h:g!ist' recommendation from the ores ; d show managers in the larger Itles. At the opening performance ~ beexme evident Lhat it was an ansaal show at the prices for which u w exhibiting at the Hippodrome, aph - succeeding performance has ton it additional favor. \\"hc-n t !i brat, three days of the engagement ad rolled around it was noticed that of one-half of the theatre's regular Olronage had attended, but that a nser P*rt. of the audiences -were Bade up of people who evidently prcBrred something better than the ustal short form attractions which have >ecn so highly cessfu! this season it Manager -Fisher's playhouse. This raa accounted for in. several ways? Met which was the changing of the locks which bad the effect of putting B&37- people out of routine, and antheh'was the fact that the house hau ever played shows of this size in ie-fore- part of the week. Manager rfsher then decided that it was due 0 the out-of-town friends of the thcitre to giv^e them an opportunity to iare' far "a good thing." Arrangenents-were made for holding the fexrtbe balance of the week. It is eMeretiSythat a record 'of attendance dU be established. Added -to the performance of "Sis Bfle Wives" e screen will offer 10Ight and tomorrow a William S. Hart so-teel drama called "The Bad igUutKg Phflliber is Introducing an i rial song ud dance specialty is proving as big a hit as his g Heart" number. Hit* Burke Stays at Nelson "Arms gad the Girl" a timely diaKttc photoplay la which is starred Ulis Barke, Is repeating at the Nel on-today. The story of the play was BltweJ in this column yesterday. Un|tr .Suspicion" at Princess '"Cbder Suspicion," at the Princess. a. brfflfant cotjjedy melodrama of Mtitypiai' in which Metro's popular co axg; Francis X. Bushman and Bevdy. Bayne, are supreme. Young 1 erry Simpson, a millionaire, sees hsbduHifeke at a reception .and j Qr ia love with her. She is a re -? -v- Ml? Tifli I BKipF fBUU oug, awiuo 5 ?-> Ho Its pjes to work as a cub reoprler. Keeping, from her the knowledge of His wealth. Some Jewels have beeu Etolen. Suspicion points strongly to BKmpeon. ,and Virginia goes to work mm ttnfl the culprit. Exciting incidents Hof thick and fast, progressing to a Gerry Is proved in jpcirat, but Virginia cannot forgive i ror betng rich. The way in which J crcomcs this objection forms a ' eg finish to a fascinating story. atJ3pndJX^aad the Preacher.'" a H ^'T Both pictures j Ire panessedcf unojpal Interest, and ! !ar, the former on acconnt j who is a prime favorite ; nBi/kicai merle fans, and the latter j Semes it. has now reached its most! ''sting stage and is at a point' Mfiemr'nona who have followed this j Vlta^kaph serial will want to | -CLOSE-upg~ | Pnrriance ,tbe pretty blonde ggijgly to many of the Essanay-ChapBBtil jet dies, is the lea % ng woman in I phase Me Charlie."' the British vcr-J Hon of the fire-part comedy made up J SeV^*?7'^ I f fEPk* ''* if Annette Kellei jfE, 'WO.M^N SWIMMER W WILLIAM FOX 4tOl r CONFESSION H1 ? | A3] at oiK-e I fcnev.- Mr. Trent w us j soinat to di?- aad ci! .it one. i uniicrj stood th-jt ills life liail l>'\n gAtat ! disappointn;ort j::<1 failure. : In that nioiii'-nt I knew" tin i rn-.r , as wel: ;ik wnnittn reach otit for yin | pr.ihv. and -.viiilc tin-re !- ,ii:i. >m a!; V.tiys sonic court woin.vit to vise it to i them ,'inc in a while a man goos in jtho cut! or Tho road w ho hav n'*v* 1" j had the comfort ami satislaotsoti of i kito vitir ".viiat a joy ; lieic is i;t perfe<-t : understanding. ! hittie boob, ihcer are manv c.-m j j)fn?;inons for being only a few loaves | of blank paper. You < ; 1 never feel j that. terrible sinking of riio heart that comes vhen yon -ee some onn you Jove tying on the hospital eot and being wheeled out of your sisht maybe forever. Of course I could not feel the love for Mr. Trent that I might have l'eit from twelve of Chaplin's funniest comedies. ?The Hippodrome today announces the return of "My Honolulu o.rl" nest week. ?There will be hut one C ov. 'u-.: at night of "A ftutghie of the < ' 1 at the Grand .the picture starting [promptly at Sz$<J. The only nun.nee 01 the three day engagement will be on Saturday. ONLY POWERFUL i MEDICINE WILL END RHEUMATISM ?? | It matters not whether you have had agonizing pains from rheumatism for i 30 years or distressing ttvitchjngs for i 30 weeks. Rheuma is strong enougii and mighty and powerful enough to drive rheumatic poisons out of your j body and abolish all misery or monev [ back. Mountain City Dru-4 Company and all druggists sell Rheum a on a no-curc no-pay basis. A large bottle is inexpensive. and after you take the small dose as directed once a day for two days you should know that at last you 1 have obtained a remedy that will conquer rheumatism. For over five years throughout America Rheuma has been prescribed by broad minded physicians and has released thousands from agony, pain and despair. Extraordinai Next Mondai Norman Frieder MY HO With Augm IHlPPOi L. . * rmxk1 m "'greatest^ AND STAR OR DO COO PICTURE j ;.--ap ^ S OF A WIFE :-: j had 7 really knorvn him better, bet ir my bear: war an inexpressible pit and I had to turn away so that In ; would not ee my tear.-. Mollfc. brav. i soul. although she felt quite is move'! as 7. TVitlket! t'oside him to the do -r <>. the operating room and called "go?td hick." "Moll:*-. you arc the lu*av->: ;ind sweetest. :?T;UJO. t dopendable v.nman I know/* I whisperer!. ?!xc ; only squeezed my hand, for then there : The Reign i a 'JT""c'r Jgr Beyle V, j&F Chicago Mu H An Upkeat Pinnacl HIPPOI Daily at 2:30. 25c. 35c, arid 50c. 2 Saturday M< Complete si tow at < ing pictures. Prices 25c ry! Return i 7, Tuesday am APRIL 8, 9 AND 10 '.waid's Big Hawaiian . INOLUL ented Chorus and M DROME .. * . . -v- -t.,....; jTXrtVtroWirtu cm, toldus thatIt wwn [a-Trrfr-!rfo he had liTcd^aa Jong** hole Jfcad. . t j Thi- did not attempt to operate! t (when thee saw his condition sad he!a was soon back to his roam and 'witltfn I r a ha 'f hour be ceased to breathe. ; I ! \Vcsn it was ail oeer, we looked at'f each other In consternation tor we! ; though: oi what was before us: at ; least v knew we would have to go t itrcugh with Mother Treat in the nex;' r week. j t "Well." said Tick, unconsciously 11 t-uarir-r shorhierE, .".\jw we have : ;>ut 10 sell mother." is "i l.r:'." yea r. -d r.ot ro if you do a vjt ca-e to." said Moiiie. "and I think ;f I><--rhap.- that Margie has had about i r ;?:! can stand thisjnorning." ,i | Beth Chad and i protested that wolf j would see it through if Moiiie and a i hick wanted t:>= to do sound it was! dually decided that we should all go' | together. ! i first Dirk went to me pnone aoo. i called t:p his mother . It was barely,! j iO o'clock and she was still in bed as! J flu- had been out to a bridge party i tie, night before attd she was very I short with Dick for waking her up. I "I told her." said Dick when he' | otic l>;u-k from phoning that Mollie! jand Or.d and yoti and t. Margie, were' I coming right ii> " i j She did not .- *. *n 'p sense that any- | 'Jung Was wuurg and asked us if we | ! could not wait a while as she was go- , i':g to have the musaeusc and her man- s, icu re. ! 1 i<> I l:er lhat we hail some very , 'bad no-, for her and tjjte seemed to,, 'lir it concerned either Mollie or., i lUrgbt. j. f ! told iter ! enne rned Mr. Trent and l" ' be asked utici.ty if ;.q htd met with,, in: rerscs. j( j "Tho g. reverse."' 1 answered 1. | tad. then 1 hiutg up the 'phone. J can't ' | kelp i ir sh is my mother." he mm.. Jtered. *- '.i:i.e-s disgusts rue. Come :. on. v e hr.-i better go." I. ~V ' ' !: Bits OF ]i STATE NEWS ! | ? i j The country weeklies were still talk- I ! iiig about the March floods last week : and . reader whose name is a. J. Legg ,-ncgestcii the following information : to tho Nichoias Republican about: floods i.i the Caulcy river: "The I three noted floods in the recollection 1 ol'-tlio people now living oa Gauleyriv r c-e urretl .n September 3SSI. July j D'..' and .March 11< 1 "s. The first was 1-rgest a' Wood's Kerry and the | ' . t she snalie.-t. but it is reported l j ilint rocon; flood was is inches; at Swiss than that of'11. The diiVc: <-n- is evidently on account of i the Ii:. c "ir locations of the source ! tof the biood. In 1S61 the rain was. ng Delight /ooifoik's I steal Furore i >al of Mirth Jaf e of Joy >ROME 7:30 and 9 P. 31. War Tax Extra. its. 1.15 and 4 ?ach performance, includand 35c. Engagement! I d Wednesday Musical Comedy II !*IE?I y issiiL few Features " Fairmont's Popular ' Priced Playhouse. s?J im part of the county. I .remember: hat the day of the 1875 Oood. early! d July, it eas'a bright sonny day here it Wood's Ferry. The rain of last j reck was very heavy in the western! art of the county and as a result the ' loot! wis Jiljhest down the river." And this hit Of picasautiy is from he Webster Republican: "Yesterday ve asked Mr. Samp Hanfrick what his lood losses were and his Teplv was' hat he was rot woth a dam. Besides he loos of his mill-dan). Mr. Hatarich tifferc-i from Joss or fencing. lumber' Jid damage tr. lands in the wake of the lood. But while he may have been erfi-red no! wonh a dam by the ras tig elements. there is consolation rom the fact that he is tot broke by! : data site." The Mt. Lookout correspondent o!; UGH FAIRMONT BACHELOR WANTS WIFE ' Many people liavc blamed rue for mt setting married. Since childhood have suffered from stomach and liver rouble never being able to get any nedieine or doctor to help me. Xo?" hat Myar's Wonderful Remedy iias tntirely cured me. I am anxious to ;et a wife." Ir is a simple, harmless ^reparation. that removes the catarlial niuscus from flie intestinal tract aid allays the infiamation which causes practically all stomadt. liver and ntesiinal ailments, including appenlicitis. One dose veil convince or coney refunded. Crane's Drug Store. Hoi* Drug Co. Prescription Pharmacy Mannington, IV. Va. in iv'a" jl UlAltl TODAY i William !' S. Hart THE BANDIT j AKD THE PREACHER ALSO i VENGEANCE ! . AND THE |] | WOMAN \ MONDAY ; THE EAGLES* EYE" : 1 ~Fi mmmammmammmammmmmBm Libert] TC Bright N Strom Ju Oi The 1 the washout wwlufdno naO. the Shawtct trldte twfaif MM wg, About one week later * rope **s stretched across the river and fastened to trees on opposite Sides. Now. Gus Greaser. tl;e carrier lias-gone around by Nallen to the Favcttc end of the line and brings the mail once a day to the river where another carrier from Mt. LookH". ? ves the mml by means of :3ie rope and each returns to his base.. The Mt. Lookout end i* being carried by volunteer service and all being benefited by the service R Toni A * [\| N AW |o,0F T THE PICTURE B AJNf^J I KELLE J TONIGH Saturday and Moi ONE PERFORMAN< Matinee Saturday O; oils. Complete show aft floor 50c, Balcony 35c. dren 15c. ,*? i i BILLIE in the popular Arms an ADDED AT A POLISHI A corkinB Mack Sennett come At THE NEi TOMC *'A Daushter of Uncle Sam'' | Jlenrv Drama and "The Sfiap and 1 ITac PHR THE. j Loan ] >MORR< few Flags,' r\y Sewed I icf si Faw I. L?7V A "WW mrnm lly 9 iVest Vir v J," . serious ditklnotage mad cm: to uiuj. . . the "FayetM end be being compelled to board himself and team away from heme." ^ < hs A New Oaushter. ! A daughter was born on Wednesday -v% to Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Holbert at their home in Eighth street. "I he ? - ':qgj I child is a granddaughter of Jodge and . . * ?i Mrs. W. S. Haymond. ' / ^ja _ ght 8:30 - lj| illGHTER I HE GODS I EAXJTIFUL WITH ETTE ; :rman . m l, 8:3q m CE ONLY AT NIGHT. nly?1:30 to 6:00 continuer the parade. Prices 1st Matinee. Adults 23c. Chil , * burke i ?1 lew York success d theGirl I :d villi an i LSOW Today I drama: "Tlic Fifth Wheel." an O. "kill lfall" comedy. "mr Parade 4x6 Feet' ^ ' -*|B * - f8c I ginian I