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C5S?5^^555B|^^7^^j^^'^^^ nSraiERS TONIGHT, K|fgT:TfJ"' ' - '- "V TTTIrrTi illiimi ! rrrnr -'-" "-"'Wto'a Your Friend Tomboy Girls Romance of Tarzaa .. .Just for Tonight BmKSBstz*'...-.-it Kaltar HBHKT CfT ^K;i IPSMBlllglP" ' IHBK'one of the most talked of jfeesfbf.:the season is the bill and dts^the Tomboy Girls who will Mf" <^rand. . ^ j tr'fj*"'"''-' " . opened at the Hipp this after HIQ UUU Wav?g | !_ dJaid^ears 'soine Tery dataly is thc.cast^Special music by the Dixie ^ Bro^j^^n^' the "William" Fox star, por- j ^ l?xii?4iw???ri .Atlvonture. Ily from him lor some strange L And the same detectives out, in many cases as a most _. ' '?? t - 1 ' / Marion Co. Boy's Thoughts Dwell in This Country a Lot. 5 > f " Ml _ ? -^ '. ? ?? V ta6 ccbshlioh ox jjgm.mgr aw ur proved the mnfl facilities between this country and France, at lot, but It stiH takes a soldier's letter i Ions time to make the trip. Miss Hazel V. Linn, of Benton's Ferry, has jnst received the following letter which her brother, Darnell M. Linn, wrote October 13: My Dear Sister: Tots is Sunday and I thought I would write you a few lines. I W33 going tp write you last night but didn't have time. I'wrote Bessie's grandmother a "letter and Aunt Jennie Linn as I haven't written her since 1 came over here. This letter leaves ate well and I am -getting along good. We are having: plenty of rainy weather now.'. It rained all last night and it is still raining. Have yoa heard from Logan lately? And when did you hear from Cordon? I. Just came front vaterin gmy horse. 'I have a pretty gray horse to take care of. Is papa still working frr the B. and O? 1 received anoti'er letter from Louie. I hear from him about once a week. Oh, yes, 1 saw Perry Boyies ye3teraay. He is looking good. Dj you ever hear from him? How is mamma uow? Tell her that I am going to write her goon. This is the first time that 1 have had time to writs for along titn-i. 1 thought the picture I got of i lerbert and Raymond was just fine. I wish all of you would have your picture taken and send me as I haven't any of yonr pictures at all. I have trW several times to get ay picture taken over here bat I guess it is impossible. Maybe I will get a chance one of these days. If I do I will send you all one. We are in a woods that the Germans were a few weeks ago and it certainly is some place. Shell holes that you could put ahorse is, and all of them are full of water now. I have seen some wonderful things since I have been over here. We hare seen thousands of German prisoners. They certainly are hard looking. And lots of days I have counted over a hundred air planes in the aira t-one time, and also have seen several brought down by the allies. We have little pup, tents to-sleep in, just room enough for two. Sometimes we get into a shell hole. I am chumming with another married fellow and we are writmz every chance we get. He is just about as crazy over his wife as I am, so you know we do plenty of talking. The mail man is out after the mail now. 1 certainly hops I get some as it has been over a week *ince" I have had a letter.- 1 suppose Herbert and Raymond are going to school every day. Toll them I said not to. miss any and to study hard. 1 am going to send them another card when I get some place where I can buy oue. I had a letter from Boss and she told me that you and mamma had been out that day. Hazel. 1 want yojx to go out real often to sec Bessie as $ know she gets lonesome staying there all the time.; Say, what do you think of my big. baby girl ? I am just crazy to get her j picture. I am looking for it'every! day. I have a little ring for her made' out of a French coin. I don't know how I will send it yet. Will have to find out. I had a card from Ruby sot long ago. I think she is the -only one of my cousins that has!written me. Well, as I have to write to my darl / BURT'S I -THEATREMAII1H8T0W WM. S. HART I in bis most sensational proI duction SHARK MONROE 8 A tale of the north' land j and sea In which Bart has a the strongest role j ever por8 trayed by him. This one will i| give you all the thrills you want. a "Ladies Erst"?* 2 part -Sen.nett Comedy. Added Attraction?*?<> Allied War Review. Tuesday Madge Kennedy in "Friend Husband"?Also? No/ 7 ot "Fight ior Millions" which cane too late for sbow Ipg Friday.t Thursday?'"Romance oi Taran" niTMTNfl?'America's Answer' ' Charlie Chaplin in "Shoulder Arms" "The TJabelierer".. "etc. . \ J|_)^ )^r) J' " ' ' 1 I'M <SWC ."1& LD4C# MOVH.MJ35 SM ITHAt 6E BACK M A8o< ^ AM Hotfftj B; t I? ^ "SSS * * i TP?" ToTlro /mi "Turn i?l/U *?MWT VM ? Lutheran Missionary Heroes" Women lifted the collection last wtyht at Grace - English Lutheran church Incident to the exercises of the Womanls Home and Foreign. Missionary society. Mrs. C. EL Bloom led the responsive reading and Mrs. Boy X. Ifeyer read a paper on Christian giving. The annual thank offering was lifted and the mite boxes will go toward the foreign field work of the new United Lutheran canrcn. The pastor, Kev. J. Meyer, gave an able address.- on "Two Lutheran Missionary Heroes.' He referred to the late. Rev. Adam D. Rove, whose missionary wort" in. India, caused much1 'favorable comment, and the late Rer. David A. Day, who did splendid work j along the' vestem'coast of Africa. Mr.: Rove joined the- Limestone Lutheran J church in Nippenose valley. Fa. Rev. Meyer served this same chargejust before be came to Falrmoht, which lent to the local interest. Rev. Meyer praised the work of Rove and also that of Rev, and Mrs. Day. The Days are buried at Selins Grove, Pa., where the General Synod of the Lutheran churctr has erected monuments in their memory. While a student at Sgsquehanna University Rev. Meyer said- he was- inspired in his clerical work by the lesson of self sacrifice that they had given in spreading the gospel of Jesns. Christ. Charlie P. J-pffery who is stationed with the U. S; army at Hampton Roads. Va., is spending several days in this city wifh his notner, Mrs. C- T. Jeffery on Jackson strec. ^HKTERyLLLS vV M yeers know* es Bat, 5d?st^AIwgysZc!!abk ?r SOLD STTDHMBTS EVERYWHERE I PRIN Tuesday, V "For the of the W Lady Ts The screen's first and Conceived and Direct* A wonderful Internal Conquest of Siberia?a Pa Loyalty. PRICES?10c and At THE UE1 What Do You Know of tl i i GLADYS BF In the Amazing W ?KUL' The strange romance of the of Austria for love of a young Fi THREE. VIVID, THRTT.T.TNG * " SE] ADDED ATTRACTIO! V' _ !_* DOINGS OF THE DUFFS?I I jbsr cAit we y rrrr 1 '5MITH- JXIkE I M MT wnFe^f ti! B r ? P Madge ' Kennedy, "tie new scre? star who lias captured the nation, an wto -will appear at Sorts-theaftre It Maimington totaornnr, holds her new found lejtfons in a happy trail. "Wh? she made her first appearance in Gold wvu's Pictures in "Baby Mine"?he debet, by the way. in pictures?an on aerst^wting was at once estabtohe< between discriminating audiences and tie magnetic little1 star. There was no uphill climb to reach a pinnacle; so long wait to determine Madge Ken' nedy*s screen -valne. She flashed into -view a full-fledged luminary because she brought to the silent drama a combination of qualities sever before seen there. vMadge Kennedy's success in subsequent Goldwyn Pictures is a tribute to the keen sense of values -which exists ih the mind of every American theatregoer. She gives more than any other star, and the public has given her a greater measure of its favor, in the shortest time, than it has been the Inch of any other star to receive. Magnetism, beauty, unerring sense of comedy and high-bred elegance and poise?these are the qualities ever present in Madge Kennedys' characterizations. They grow more proI GRAND sWed. Dec 4th THE NEW LAUGH SHOW "The Captain and the Kids" The Record Breaking^ Face Making of the Universe. Containing the Best Talent in the Musical Comedy Line. A Mirthful, Tuneful Innovation Elaborately )} Staged. PRICES?25c to $?.00 i Cars to Fairview and j Worthington- . j i CESS I Wednesday j: :ial Freedom East" ITH sen Mei J I only Chinese Star id by Ira M. Lowry. onal Drama of the -Allies' | .triotic Story of Love and I 20c and War TaxSON Today - A w * W y tie JFrivate Laie 01 iungs : see LOCKWELL, illiam Fox Drama rur" beauty who forsook Franz Josef, ench Spy. . STARTLING. ABSORBING. KSATI01UL ST?Fatty Arbuckle in lean-up" :you can hardly bla N vJirt skoolo \ ^ If ~ . "TELU HCR I'LL I \ ; HEI2- WHEM | ?' r BACK. 1 . j estabtohlns' ainerr tb? duom' iMdt t? T*?T. j , 1 tu/o uci n tia/a r\ter?iADftrn Lake MnTHrh and Stoke* Glover " were np before Justice Conaway Sat1 urday afternoon on charge of stealing ' a handcar from th? B. & O. railroad. r Both boy* 'were released on bond of Jl.OOO each bond being furnished by | Charley Davis. L .C. Musgrave. attor1 ney for the boys, claimed that Lee ! Clover had nothing to do with the : car and Dent Glover who was also ar- j ' rested, were released as lasvicg notb-! ' ing to do with the robbery. The case : ! against Mnllick and Stokes Glover! ' will wait on til March for grand jury. | Private James E. Yates who Is ' stationed at Camp Humphreys, Va.. ' spent the past few days in this i city with his wife at 514 Pittsburgh avenue, and with his parents at Kingwood. He left yesterday Tor ; Camp Humphreys. i SPECIAL TONIGHT I Tomorrow . ! | & Wednesday j PIXIE Romance j -'Taizan Concluding Chapters | |j of the astounding Nov || ' elty picture g ITarzan of the Apes By Edgar Rice Burroughs Cnapiol Mncir at U , k/pvviux t?w _, Every Performance | PRICES?10c and 20c I and War Tax , u ? I GRAND DIRECT FROM SIX MQ f ALICE THE BIG NEW [WHO'S I CLEAN I A BEVY t I full" I AH OCEAN < | WITH'A PRICES:?25< ME TOM FOR THE MISTAE W?S,THAT POOR. FISH HAS TAKttt MM HAT AHt> COAT. MISTAKE-? j . ^ *fW XifW. jSyNn^^Rju 111\ [HI *ffl _I ^ JpP^^'v | to every one who has been touched by the great g ; 5 tragedy of the world war, and every red-blb#^^^ I American will want to see it. Be among thehJK3g?| \y ones. Story now running in the West Virginiap:^|| :*| PRICES?Matinee, 35c and 50c; Night, 25c to $1.00 j LJIPPODROMT71 LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUOHS WITH YOO' 1 ALL NEXT WEEK Reed and Richards With society Beauty Chorus of singers | dancers. Clean, "class, beautifully costumed. ||?j tj Snaonv Musical Malange. ABOVE THE STANDARD ; t|| Mack*Sennett in "DESPERATE SCOUNDREL !! MATINEE 2:45 NIGHT 7:45 and 9:15 hippodromeH NTHS AT LA SALLE THEATRE, CHICAGO DAVIS "? PRESENTS j 'YORK MUSICAL SUCCESS ? ^R-mcifl y** beautipul^HLS I j LAUGH ON EACH VNAWE J j c to $150-rSeats Friday at Marians. j|l j. _?_l^_rv<-,y-u-i ^ ' jj L, . ~W&r ^ ' '; I H N^S[l^ /^S(^CB0S 1 ~^| rtfl .^IBttji^^MML- * .?, IK ij^P I I