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. HEAOrLtNERS TONIGHT.
^me.. Tip Tip Tank Girls i A - <. Photoplays. g| 3<etsbn. Berlin Via America ^-illtrlel Shoulder Arms Ia Judgment Of program production Tina Q. Nils son, snp'ranklyn Farnum and it cast has been se Incess tonight. The this new picture Is f and the scenario Baker, Metro's westproductions. Frank? appear in -this one >, the services of the ring, been loaned by tomes to Metro with am smile intact, and or* is provided with est dramatic roles of screen. rag ago won renown :e artists' stndios and Her physical loveliby her ability as an ory is one of a girl r, whose psychic inns of saving the man aylng the penalty of A sensational mnrthrilling and anex T . .yowwu ypuvur.incuu AO iuc ^iucuuuib ?5&V;'" "hij?scene** of the screen drama. This is'led up. to hy-a series of exciting inI - cldents creating an atmosphere of IB breathless suspense. ? Many Thill* in Nelson Film, f . - IM Kelley, an American who has f t paaaed through the Spanish American . TEar. and-who had received high honf. * ors there, and who at the time the E- - present Great W ar broke out was supfc-: .' posed to be a rich idler, but was in R f-' . reality an agent, of .the secret service. R;.' *~He belongs to a club called the 101 R"; Club because they will not allow more Hfe than 101 members in the club. Kelley In a- talk with a higher officer of the r:"' ' secret service is told to find out the K - . Gehxtass' plans, evsn if he has to , provBj himself disloyal to his country K : to do so.' So when the club to which \ he belongs all join the army but him.'.'stif, after they say that they need If him to make the club have'101 service Hf./- *. -.stars in-their service flag, tells them B- " that he will not loin, and that as they K, / have made the club a recruiting sta; tk?n;~he "will have nothing to do with Wt-if.- it. After a heated argument with one K.. . of the members he leaves the club, but no sooner got to the street, fe;V thiol two visitors of the club from anEV V other city encountered hint, and tell 'him that they liked his way of telling the other members of the club about . --ttje ,army- business. So they invite Kelly' out to dinner with them that E ; night, and he finds out that they are reality German spies. After the ?;V'dinner he goes to one of their meet~ ' logs. and discovers that they are go^E^_jing"to try to destroy one oi the battle? ** ships'carrying soldiers to France, and E- 3* WirtSs' "the chief of the secret service W~ that'they had better change the place Vv of leaving port, which they do. Members ot the club to which he ' had .belonged who are watching him M'-j ' WagiTfif enter the meeting place of the K.. German spies, and have the police raid lira place, but Kelley and another of the- Germans who have been ordered P - to leave that night for Germany escape K-*L the police, and sail that night for Gerp. : "many. where Phil joins the aviation K*;.?" corps. At American headquarters in Prance, he 1s known as No. 54. and " is -never known to score a hit. so the K-V' Americans begin to believe that he is EV;': a friend. One day when Phil had overB: hieard the German officers planning to m~/' ' make a surprise attack on the AmeriK cans he takes his plane an dflies over K. '. to the American line, and tying the K =; ' Information that he has to a brick he . nets it-drop to American headquarters, and tn that way the Americans are K; |aj able to intercept the Germans in their ' plans. How the German headquarters are-captured, and how Kelly is saved, akikes an interesting picture. At the R?" s-.')I?(iiob todav. t Dave Newman Coming Next ' The next attraction at the Hippodrome is Dave Newman's "Winning I Widows' In a series of bills that are K--.sail to be very clever. His company includes several' stars well known to B1.. _ <theHipp patronage, the best known - iWyPF them being Lew Kellner. A t ' jmmber of specialties will be found I I Your Las II s ~ . II p4| || i SjBfahSpwS^iJ^^PSC^.n--.^ iV in the week's program, the harmoa trio being one of the star features. last Day for Chaplin. This is the last day of the Charli Chaplin engagement at the Ditie. Th picture has been well patronized an has furnished a lot of fun for folk: Interest just now Is turning to th HIPPO '-AUGH AND THE W NEXT I DAVE Ni i WINNING ' F< t ir .Tl LI t. _ jl?w ive?uier, uiactv c silver throated tenor, M and dance artists. Swell HEAR THE PAS HIPPO M t Chance ** i a * "-*$. .*- -- ^ : " -1 ^gAj^y|ffliKt<" ZffK^aRgjpWB y coming of the bis Italian battle picture which has been heralded by motion picture critics as one of the best pictures of the war. It is at the Dixie j e the first three days of next week, e ?? d Plenty of Musical Numbers, s. There are seventeen musical num e bers in "The Cucen of the Movies' DROMF ORLD LAUGHS WITH YOU WEEK EWMAN'S i WIDOWS maturing omsdian; Harry White, Montgomery & Martin, song i Chorus | i AMERICA^ TRIO- 3 DROME ! ? ?^????r?. TAHi/?U 11 i umgiii: | SEE THE INIMITABLE 1 HAMJECHAPLIN his newest million dollar comedy success,' anouiaer Lrms" Hundreds have forgotten ar cares watching Charlie's (ics- Will you be one of tee to see him. TODAY i II Hv H' j| 1^ j first scene represents a hotel interior and It resembles closely the Assyrian staircase of a famous Broadway restaurant The second act opens- in the queen's apartments, said there a reel is takes of the modern play. Plenty of pretty girls. brilliant scenery and costumes form ha attractive osckg round for the play. POP. Pickford at Bnrt Theatre Monday! Xever since his great production, "The Battle Cry of Peace", has .Mr. J. S. Blackton presented rich a good picture before the public, as he does at Bnrt's tonight. The picture Is chuck full of action and is j a picture every "War Bride should see* Monday. Mr. Burt will have the pretty little star. Miss Mary Pickford in one of her best. "How Could Tou Jean?" The story open vith a closeup or! Mary Pickford. in what is reported : to be her favorite picture?in a j girlish garden frock. feeding a small bird. It is undoubtedly an j extremely pretty picture the photo- ; grapher can well be proud of. A j wealthy girl, finding her income j suddenly cut off and turning to . cooking as a livlihood is it bit In- | conceivable, inasmuch as we find ; "her at a domestic employment agen- | cy In line for a Job. However it j furnishes Miss Pickford with an- I i7 BURTS No influenza, germs here, bees best disinfectant to be had. ~~ TOD J. S. ITiackton. Presents a "MIS! This is Mr. Blackton's of course, of "The Battle ( some spectacle. What an inspiration Irides especially, so don't: MON Mary Pickfcrd in "HO\^ t ? ^ ' ' . " & I ' I>TL _?. I rnou 3? 1 The Most J Engage: :<v 2 LATEST AND MOST DI ^ CAMERAMEN, OF WH< <% I italj s 1 me & :? First Ameri ICE ?: A MARVELOUS PHO g IANS IN TURNING B | SCENES OF MODER Smvi iUlAI I SPECIAL ORl poviwd upon lir "Lady applicants |for cooks- and ugly queer Iddkbil-i freaks are chosen Quickly. Jdarytm bets an idem. and. goes out and bays j I a funny hat and costume that -soon j I bets her a Job. , A capable penslble j girl, she soon -wins the hearts ofiH not only the old couple she Is work- f II Sng for but the entire neighborhood I ?and a rich youth who masquer-i II ades as the-"hired man" iust to arm ! her. In the popular sleevesese coat sport model outfit, she takes a lesson 'In soil. Neither; flowered voile, an artist's smock and pasts nor pretty lingerie and negligee robes showed irp Mary's prcttlness. however, as did the neat maids uniform, LOOK OUT FOR THAT TIGHT GOLD Not only does it annoy you and m lower joar vitality, bnt pneumonia _ is always a possibility. On your way - to or from work, stop in at your draggist's and get a 25c jar of KREtV- | PINA. One application on retiring! I will break it. and a second usually | I knocks It entirety. * j 2 KREW-PINA Is also splendid- for! I bronchitis. tonsilitis. sore throat; | 9 burns, braises and cuts; it is foe to j (f nil inflammation and should be- on j hand in every home. ! Especially good for croup- It re-; lieves quickly when doctors are de-; laved ia 'ho dead of night or can't1 come at ill- You can secure it at all J druggists. i l -j ? THEATRE it > MAHHIiGTON iuse we disinfect daily with tlie AY n All Star Production. SING" 5 best with the exception Dry of Peace", which was I i ^ - b TTTT ... 1 H tins picture is ior war u miss it jj DAY ' J COULD YOU JEAN" , \ ' Dgraphec : Thrilling Morru ments on Land, IAMATIC OF EUROPEAN > )M WO WERE KILIED AJ i ' ? /e Thn j a i iuii First Films of can Tour LJndei rational Exhdbitc TOGRAPHIC REVIEW OF ACKTHE HUN HORDES?S N" WARFARE EVER CAUG E THE CHESTRA V i m?i& .* Ji El IJ 'A if \\ 1\ ' VL K \.\ Jw S^am: fV. *--.. Hf At TUC MCI ni . nhL ~~ FRANCII ?IN "BERLIN VIA The story deals with an Am expose the German plans, joins tl continually spying on the Germane can soldiers to capture the Germa Charlie Chaplin in "T ?MONI Peggy Hyland in "BON GRAND ? This is not a motion picti edy sensation of New Yori The Qt the M With an All Star FLORENCE HOLBROOK Together with a big cho girls. Prices:?First Floor and next three rows $1.00; last 50c- Seats Monday. Cars ington. i_LJ.UB ^ """SiriS^ Z?-CT^<sr I =3r r. usr& m .J> !C : ivjgp -ZZZZfZSZSZr IT/? ~ *"* *? - . I|/fl I53fe?^^r^- IH 1 Under mts of Three C< on Sea. and in t VAR FILMS, TAKEN BY si* five decorated fc ling Fr ; a Whole Ba r J the Auspices c >rs' Circuit, Inc. THE HEROIC WORK DO! SCORES OF THE MOST HT BY THE CAMERA. ATRE ? ? 1 SIX SHC , . 1 "" " - I 5 FORD. erlcan Aviator, who in order/tpFg le German aviator corps, and i be is enabled to help tbo AsdMKK^BQ| d Headquarters. Also HE MUSICAL TRASgSij NIE ANNIE LAUME^^B :5s. |1",?f8!'Tiw id. Nov. 27ttBl T* ] V - ; *<?#? lire, but the musical c?w*^ c, Boston and Chicago. ^Xgl ieen off, ovies 1 Cast including l wm. j. McCarthy, m riis of gifls-loh, such S first row balcony, $150; | six rows, 75c. Gallery. H to Fairview and Worth- 1 j 1p7.?: p he Air 8^-11 TWELVE SOLDIER? g )R BRAVERY. ont" 1 ttle 11 sfcJI f the First 41 1 ME BY THE ITALBLOOD-STTRRING * 1 gg 4 |B M " .... xm MONDAYI I rUESDAY )WS DAILY ? |j '.. :.p -*^j ' w ' . s y t?