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1 J HEADUNERS TOMIGHT.
Musical Comedy.
K Hippodrome Yip Yip Yank Girls
Photoplays.
gf'-'v Kelson Lore's Conquest
JDWe The Great Divide
% I Princess Pal's First
[f-i RED HURLEY changes bills -with
r the Yip Yip Yank girls today,
- and the dope Indicates there is
k ' plenty doing. It Is a burlesque mllitary
bit in -which we see General
- Hokum's camp visited by a group
of pretty Red Cross nurses who are
determined to drive dull care away.
Jtut how they do it is the cause of
many a good laugh. The bill is prob
ably noted for the Clever work.of Fred
Haley,-black face artist who features
this as his star bill of the week. He
' takes the part of the black courier,
and makes things bright and happy
all the whole. The song numbers are
all patriotic in character, plenty of
pep in action all the way through.
The chorus is given excellent oppor*
' tusity, and if the weather man will
kindly he good tonight there ought to
be a big night tonight.
Harold Lockwood Stars.
"Pals First," showing at the Prin'
ceis, is a story of brother love revolving
around two pals. Danny Rowland
and Dominie Blair, played respcctive'
ly by Mr. Lockwood and James Lackaye.
Graduates of Tale, Harvard,
Sing Sing and San Quentin. criminal
' v* . outcasts of society, the two pals wan.
der to Winnicrest Hall, somewhere in
sunny ' Tennessee where to their
?v; . amazement, they are Joyfully admitted
by Uncle lex, an old darky servant
who tlunks he recognizes in Danny his
long absent master, Dick Castleman,
' whose death at sea has been reports'
ed. Taking advantage of a situation
mC ; 'which promises to Insure at least tem(R
\ ' . porary comfort the pals agree to cong:
tlime the deception.
1^ ' As the real Dick, Danny wins the
|V" love of Jean Logan in suite of the
efforts of Mr. Harry Chilton, a rival
for the girl's hand, and the date for
the wedding is set when Dominie
steps in and begs Danny to give up
his plan of deceit. When Danny refuses.
Dominie, to protect the girl,
denounces his pal as a thief, a forger,
a pickpocket and an ex-convict,
k Danny realizes that his moment
~ W arrived and in a tense sence
L proves that he is not Danny Rowland
P - hot the real Dick Castleman, who as?
. sumed the identity of a criminal in
order to bring back the lost soul of
Cafe lovable old Dominie.
Nelson Picture Unusual Feature,
fcr" With thousands of men and women
appearing in the photoplay, "Love's
f. Conquest," in support of Lina Cavalier!,
the celebrated diva, this is said
W . to be one of the largest picture pro1
ductions ever made in this country.
The picture, which will be shown at
.. the Nelson today is, in every respect,
a remarkable production. Mme. Cava.
lieri portrays a role of great power?
? that of Gismonda. an Athenian dnch%r?
ess, a beautiful widow, who is wooed
HK. In vain my many noblemen, who seek
to possess themselves of both her
. , ; . riches an djewels. In the portrayal'of
" j= this role lime. Cavalieri wears her famous
Jewels, which long have been a
: source of amazement and delight to
r ' operatic devotees.
I. Gismonda has afour year old son,
?-h? loves with passionate devo
ry _ tion, and when Prince Zacc&rla. & relative,
seks her hand Incarriage, she
Eg! spams his offer. Jealous of the child,
the Prince orders one ot his lieuten4k-/
ants to thrust the Infant into an amphitheatre
where a magnificent lion
" he had presented to Gisnonda is confined.
hen Gismonda hears of this socalled
"accident," she publicly anrW
nounces, as she stands within the
shadow of the cross, that she will wed
P; . "!V, the pian who rescues her child from
?' ' death.
I'' Almerio. a common huntsman, en[y,
ters the amphitheatre, heats oft the
lion and brings the child safely to his
r - . mother's arms. When he claims the
fulfillment of her vow she refuses on
H'_ the ground that he is of plebian birth
. and unworthy of her. She persists in
Ht ' her refusal despite the opposition of
V the populace, and it is only when Almerio
brings her the head of the bandit
who has been ravishing her provKg?
: ince, that the well-springs of her love
for the man gash forth and prompt
- her later to espouse him publicly.
hi the development of this txemend
El Anderson'
| Ladies come ii
|: j Hat in 01
Ii Less Re
ll
BURT*
A germ lives just loos enouj
:-r of a special brand we keep on hi
& f:45 through the week, and 6:3<
HARRY MOREY, In
A society drama, in which 3
tlhmnnnt? t>i? npnnlp who Hva 4n
jgjij An Ebony Comedy "A Ka
Thursday?"MY OW]
Attaction extraordinary; in
ji.J " Friday?Dorothy Dal ton in
Monday?Mary .TtekTord. in
- . Thanksgiving Day.?"TO S.
Interest ** the Dixie is centered today
in "The Great DMde," a strong
drama 'with Ethel Clayton. Allies Waj
Review No. 14 and official XT. S. Government
-war pictures.
POP[
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kerns and lit
tie son, Philip, Jr. of Baltimore, are
here on a visit to Mrs. Kerns' mother,
Mrs. llaria Ford.
Mrs. Carl Miller left today for Parkersburg
where she will be the guest
of relatives for several weeks.
W. M. Fleming and daughter. Miss
Ruth, left yesterday for Wheeling
where the latter will enter the Elliott
Commercial school. Miss Fleming's
entrances there was postponed several
weeks on account of the influenza epidemic.
Born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs.
Meigs Casto, of the East side, a nine
pound daughter. She has been named
WoT-ffaret Bnth Casto.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lough have gone
to Rochester, Minn, where the latter
will consult with Mayo brothers. Mrs.
Lough has not been in good health for
several years.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sbavei
at the home of the letter's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Kale, a daughter. Mr,
and Mrs. Shaver reside in Syracuse,
N. Y.
Express train service in France sue
pended for ten days because 30 per
cent, of engineers and firemen had
"German grippe."
Monument to Wilbur Wright to be
erected next spring at La Fourclu
d'Auvoors, where he made first flights
in France:
They don't separate sheep front
goats in France; fIock3 of both graze
together.
11
Home Baked Fies and Pastries
Boyers Restaurant, Arvt
1 Every man needs shoes.?adv.
=======
11 a. m. to 11 p. ni'
DIXIE
j TODAY
Afternoon. 5 and 10c.
Evening. 10c and 15c.
' and War Tax.
Dixie orchestra tonight
ETHEL CLAYTON
and House Peters in
"Th& Great Divide"
?Also?
ATTTPC WAT? ?( !.
XII 4M AM, * 41.1
VIEW NO. 14. .
Official U. S. Government
War Pictures
Thurs-, Fri. & Sat.
Added attraction Thursday
and Friday
"SHIPS ARE A NA
TIOJN'S SUUtiS |
s Bon Ton
i and select any
ir storlr at
gular Price j
i THEATRE
' MAHMIRGTOH
;h In Burt's to get one good -whiff
inds for him. First shew starts at
> on Saturdays.
day
. "TAVPT "CTt T.TATCO
I JLMULlUkJ
It. Morey shows his ability to lmi
society. Also
tzenJammer Cartoon"?and "The
ST UNITED STATES"
an S reel masterpiece.
"THE KAISER'S SHADOW."
"HOW COPflP TOP JEAN."
ELL WITH THE KAISER-".
'j
ft" | \^yy f m- J
Red Cross Annual Meeting.
.The animal meeting of the Fairmont
Chapter of the Red Cross Is In sea- r
sion this afternoon at the Grand-Opera ?
Home. The election of officers will a
take place In which all members of the
L chapter "participate. Members of auxI
fliarles throughout the comity are also
I in attendance. The officers who will z
I be either replaced or reelected today x
Include Chairman Mrs. Vaughn Jol- p
I lltfe, -rice chairman. Mrs. Francis E. a
Nichols; secretary." Miss Bath K el ley:
treasurer. Harry Williamson.
m m m~ *
Attended Meeting. I
The Music department of the Worn- ^
. an's club held its first meeting last '
evening at the home of the chairman,
Miss Florence Cavender, In Virginia 8
avenue. Between fifty and sixty mem- *
! bers of the department were In attend- ^
[ ance, which was an unusually large jj
representation considering wfeather ~
, conditions. The evening was devoted
to the study of French composers and a
an Interesting paper concerning the
development of French music was read
' by Miss Mary Louise Nichols, illus'
trated with Victrola selections. Mrs. a
Myrtle Shaw Waddell sang a group of
1 songs, from the aria from "Les Noces- _
' da' 'and sonsg from the 18th century
by "Weekerlln. A group of piano selec'
tions was rendered by Miss Amy Rogers
Rice and "Current Events in Mu"
sic" were related by Miss Mary Old-,
' -ham. Mrs. Forrest Fankhauser who
- was on the program for several seise- tions
was detained at bone by illness.
MAAei??n> a# rha ?lAnflptm<?nt
IX lid BUb libCVUMb w.
will be held at the home of Mrs. M. A.
Fletcher on December 17th when "an
' English program will be rendered*
Dance at the Watson.
A fance at the Watson hotel will
1 be glten tonight by a number of yonng
i men, music for which will be"rendered
i by Barrett's orchestra. A large number-of
local yonng people are expected
to attend.
I i
i 11 1 luippor
J.LAUGH AMD THE WOBt
I
THE YIP, YIP, Yi
1 "While You
i
Burlesque Milii
YouH enjoy seeing: F]
I s?ngr specialties, Mane ?$o:
Fred Matey, the funny blacl
dancer and the Beauty Cho
| Two Reels of (
Matinee 2:45 JEv<
||hippoe
| PRIN<
I TOD AY -and 1
SPEC
The thrill of the day vri
fort in contrast with miser
THE SCREEN CLASS
"Pals
' STAI
HARi
LOCK\
HEAJRST-PA1
Francis
TP
Berlin via
FRIDAY AND SA
A story jammed with
dents that could be suggest
out of all the chaas rises a
its strength and purity.
TWO DA
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IICI COM 1
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[email protected]?ds!^As9?^B s
- l
, To Sew on Friday.
The Tram of the First Fresbyte- '
ian church-win meet on Friday at the
hunch to sew instead of an "Thursday |
a customary..
*
Eastern Star Meets Thursday.
The Order .of the Eastern Star win
3CCI 111 ICfiUiM OCOOiWM VU lUlUDMj I .
jght of this -week at 7:30 o'clock. Im- j
ortant business -will be transacted
ad members are urged to attend.
*
For Presiding Elder. 1
The Rev. A M. Matin, recently ap- 1
ointed presiding elder of the local 1
istrlct of the M. E. South conference
ad his family -will be honor guests at
reception at the First M. _E. church, j
outh, Friday night at which the con- 1
rogation of the church will be the
ost- The Rev. R_ J. Yoak and Mrs.
'oak. the former the pastor of the J
burch. will share honors with the ,
ley. Mr. Martin andfamlly. the event
Iso recognizing the return of the foraer
as pastor of the local church.
Famine and disease victims In Leb- I
non are estimated at 250,000.
The famous Irvin Cobb at Opera
louse Wednesday evening.
Home baked Pies and Pastries. Boy-.
r"s Restaurant. Adv
Every man wears shoes.?adv.
6 Bellaws
! J?!to^-l?U HoT warer
F-Cj?_3|H Sure Relief
RELL-ANS
TFOR INDIGESTION"JROMp
f
P LAUGHS WITH YOU
VNK GIRLS IN
i're Away"
fcary Numbers"
red and Eva Hurley in
pd, the dainty soubrette,
k boy, Jimmy Van, some
rus.
Domic Film.
;ning 7:45 and 9:15
>ROME
1
CESS 1
OMORROW
?
:ial i
ith riches, love and cornable,
helpless poverty in
IICS PRODUCTION
First" |
IRING j
DLD Si
VOOD I
ME NEWS
? Ford
?r
fli _
America
rURDAY ONLY
the most exciting incied
by the big war. And
, love story beautiful for
YS ONLY -
4
nirATnr
ail's bin-to-bin coal rarrey conducts
by tie police despite 'a request ten
Federal .Fuel Artmtitst t-aiot GarfleJc
to desist, showy greater ifew Tork t?
be 3,577.261 tons short of a "nonpar
coal supply, according to figures made
public last
In notifying Dr. Garfield that tfci
survey -would .be continued, Mayoi
Hylan Intimates that persons found tc
have boarded coal might be compelled
to surrender part of it to less forta
oate citimens in case a shortage of fuel
developed. It was not announced lasl
night whether the survey bad revealed
iny hoarders.
A recuperative diet in influenza.
Horiick's Malted Milk, very digest!
ble.
Home baked pies and Pastries
Boyers Restaurant. Arvt
fitm i
Order Personal
Greeting Cards Now
Bring your' plate, and
make selection from our fcie
sample book of original designs.
3c to 25c each.
ti a_i_ .
& tJOJiC <
SUITS, O
Offers Fashionab
Lowest
Among the JV
Coats in
Are the eminently prac
many richly trimmed "w
for dress, travel or mot
ored fabrics of the seasoi
Values to $37.50, now
$23.75 I
Smart Suits from
New Ones, Spe<
We are glad to have thej
prices?especially consi
good suits, at this time,
broadcloth, wool velotu
gabardines and all-wool
36 to 46, 45 to 51, 42 1"2
Former prices J
Sale prices $1
Exceptionally j
Women'
An unusually attractive
est, fashionable models, c
and finish. Wool serges,
med with braid, fringe ;
eluding fashionable stoui
Values to 322.
Also velveteen, satin and
?the latest reproduction
Values to $37.
mw
Lovely New
Georgette
Blousese
$5.75 to $6.7!
Very Suitable for Holiday
Smartest, daintiest mode
white, flesn, navy, taupe, 1
many daintily embroidered,
and trimmlnz' of jCOI
lug color, others tucked and *i
and trimmed -with satin, -c
practical blouses, econor
priced.
New American-M
Toys and Doll
...
LJtiC 5*OQ? v5 CiUXk] l|
At THE HEI
LINA CA
"Love's C
In this play Mme. C&valiere
i that of Gisznonda an Athenian d
wooed. In vain, by many noblemen
[ and Jewels. Also
"HIS WIFE'S FRIEND"
TOM<
Pauline Frederick In "
"Reel of Real News"
i? T . P
or womens a
DATS and I
le and Dependable
Prices Quoted This
[any Styles ot f
This Sale
deal, made for warmth,
ith fur/ Coats suitable
oring, in all the fayi.
"
Values to $57-50, now
$39.50
i Our Own Stock .
dally Purchased 1
ie suits to sell at lowered
iering the scarcity' of
Suits of duvet de laine,
s, sflvertones, poplins,
serges. Sizes 14 to 18,
to 48 1-2.
525.00 to $79.50.
8.75 to $52.75.
Low Prices tor
s Frocks
assortment of the new)f
excellent workmanship
jerseys and satins, trimand
beads. All sizes, ints.
50, now $13.75.
1 wool jersey cloth frocks
is and adaptations
50, now $20-75.
Abounding fn thrift o
Tkanlrecn^
/ *
K ' Linens
11 \ Assortments savings,
j J \ things .you are sure o:
I Jj l hold linens here Thurs\jjj
1 Plentiful buying, mom
tJ" I ing possible. Discrim
=^J the qualities. And th<
long ago makes the p
jjjcj ~ lowest for the splendit
f SPE
W Pure linen Damask 70 incl
J nlarly 52.75 yd. Special at ;
Pure linen Irish Damask,
terns, regularly $4.00 yd. S
194 Table Cloths, 2x2 y. t
linen, cotton. $4.9G fco S15-4S
57 dozen Napkins, rricea Xi
?T1
I An Unusual
S # 1 J
| Eeautmii ana
h LA
3 For Useful C
GIfts. Reading Lamps of m
u in zantine design with ;
' With Florentine bord
atr*?t- inches "high to shad<
SS? and plug $16-50.
nlcally TTBff*"RV T.AHTP la Cole
bigh, amber opalescent gla
- f Plete, $12.50.
Adjustable Me
A lamp tbatmany apprec
wv to-so many tuxrereni ucgics
btg. Brass, bronze or bid
ffiffitr, $2
H~S]
N?
. >? . ' *^r&CfMgJiHM
nnrtrAT* i ml* iaf-"k.,;iBlSS^aHH
SV"*- gMM
^ Comedy
FEDOR\", and the fl
|t|^l
ar?H fT}]ri|| muff chflCT. Etc
& II
fsgSlK .'. : - rrkjSsgB
t&mlK T. *'im && .toBt 'A^'/i 'Air
II
les -wide. 4 choice patterns, reg- 111
n 2x4 vd. sir?? nitre linen, halfl
1 -
r j'tfi'jonM
on S558 to $11.88, l . v
Jrd floor? .
hristmas Gifts.
imber. opalesce
nial brass
ss' oreflald metal
t$fcl"'
date bewzse it can be adjusted (
or eaefly packed in a traveling I
cel'linlsh ^wllli 8-toor cord and j
gU
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