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. V H';podrome. ^iColimbli Revue, Keith Vaudeville, t PHotop!ay?. fa KtfyoB True Heart Susie ^ ! ?i?'?-? -> ?> " uiii?i & orana,..... imOUO^UUu v? h>? ... P ., rUlWAIIAN entertainment Just! F?ra^'UI and a Iot ol other f0"ts' L *.. arid we trust the booking of ttils'entertainment by manager Morgan for tbe first two days of next K wiilt will come up to expectations. Rtcord playing machines have made WrtWlf one of the most popular types w#cf?inuBical entertainment and ihe m companies have reaped a harvest from tl)? tale of this kind of record. Playpr piano rolls also try to get Ihe weird effect that characterizes Hawaiian' melody and the combination la- hu -created a demand for real Ha' wallan musclians that has made It profitable to secure representative orchestia. The Ellis Seranaders are to be a very capable organlza-j Sjg Hon, and will no doubt enjoy a liber$'?[ al patronage. v Full Bill at the Hipp, - A complete change went on the W. HfPP boards last night. Tbe Columbia Bevue with Billy and Dot Zetller furnishing a. large part of the entertainment from that source. They are a corcklng good team and ha>e the ^ whirlwind style of putting things Tt across that get the audience. Frank lin and uergen, dhieu oj iuc -.-ov and the simp take up ten minutes very nicely -with a singing and talk- ' ing act, after an introduction that is rather novel. They use some pretty good stuff. If we had the house, we : would ask the team to take the wa- 1 terznelon Joke and slip it to Smith. It -is easy to see that both members j of the team have done big time, and j A their act is good. It is doubtful if you will ever see a better comedy ' acrobatic act at the Hipp than Lockhart and Laddie put on. The boys are wonderfully spry, guaranteed to b? absolutely unbreakable, and say ; J ^ "mama," but do not go to sleep. Their j ?ot alone is worth the price of ad- i mission. The better part of the third act Is the gymnast who does some i \c-ry difficult stunts. Fowler and i Oleson is the team title and the act < Is made up of singing, v'olin playing i and acrobatic feats. The lattrr are | very much alright. We almost forgot to say that tie staffs crew at the Hipp went after the curtain good and proper, and the results demonstrate , htw efficiently they worked. Now : there is a drop thai makej a little , conceit all Its own. Pooular Novel Films at Grand, The introduction of the popular Amef^can novel "Shepherd of the HJIIs" Into the world of motion pictures Is causing a sensation, In a field where the ability to produce the best, has long ago been raised to the' - t "nth power. | As a novel and a play the work | is known to countless millions and with the aid of the camera, Mr. j Wright has visualized his great mind pictures as 110 mere words could ever <jo. , All these who are lamiliar with the book?who have seen the beloved | characters on the stage can readily j understand how these real flesh anaj blood people under the wizardy of 1 the camera and the great imaginative! h genius of their author should make! a picture drama of absorbing inter- [ est. Given the subject matter con-, tained in the "Shepherd of the Hills " | the direction of the author together; m *lth the unlimited possibilities of the; Action picture camera and there is! 1'combination which will make a production well worth seeing. The picture is at the Grand today and tomorrow. . > Mostly Comedy at Princeu, . y. Comedy predominates in the Prin' cess theatre story today, "The Belle i)! the'Season" in which Emmy Weblfil is the star. A rich heiress is the center of the story, with a poor newspaper man buzing around the center. TCe result of the little trip through the mill section which her father controls is responsible for some Interesting developments in the life of the , heiress which work out to the satis fiction of the audience. A Pathe News and a Gale Henry comedy are jfe; also, booked for today. ?; Or?ma and 8erlal, iVfhtn it comes to maintaining the K-vpft-mentioned and necessary element ^^W .snspenfle, ,"A Girl at Bay," at the with iCorinue Griffith is more equal to the occasion. In fact, liENM GENIUS &' HAKES CALOMEL B DELIGHTFUL ff\ 5flomel, the Most Valuable of Drugs, p&Nbw' Purified From Its Unpleasant ' and Sickening Qualities?"Calotabs" New Name. The medicinal virtues of calomel are |P'4vii6 way connected with its nauseat^Sir ...and . dangerous qualities, as is ,i'rOTen by the fact that the new caioI uel tablet, called Calotabs, Is free from >b J actionable effects yet retains all of RsasWiTUver-cleanslne and svstem-nuri Ir ^inR qualities of the old-style calonpl. Vor.biliousness, constipation and 8Mp)|pt|tMtloh. and wherever calomel is I# issential, the new de-nauseated caloK|il' tablet Is a practically"perfect remWcOnspIre public confidence in this | ?ew discovery the manufacturers have ^^K^pnizfld druKslsts everywhere to reI ."npathe price If the customer is not ^perfectly delighted" with Calotabs. I jijld only in original packages, sealed. | ?rioe thirty-five cents. One tablet at HKfodtline, with, a swallow of wateY. No no nauafca, no gripping, no salts. 1 . fou wake up In the morning with i ' -lean liver, feeling fine, and a hearty ippetlte. Eat what you please.?no at l> r :i ;n: n. and in her knife a paper-talfe, cpjrered with blood. She obeys the first' impulse and flees. The "why" of the murder is never told until the last flash of the film, but the search of the detectives to find the murderer of the man, a Judge, supplies good action. The g.'rl, audacious becomes secretary to the murdered man's brother. There are no wild jumps in the plot, and there is a strong surprise at the finish. The "Perils of Thunder Mountain" seri?' is also on the program. Lillian Glsh In Lead Role. Distinguished by admirable typing, especially in the feminine roles, with Lillian Glsh In a most dififcult -interpretation which she masters, "TrueHeart Susie" does not greatly differ from other Griffith stories of the loving girl who waits patiently at home for the careless lover who goes away to accomplish a career, unmindful of the tender heart left behind. In a grey role of extreme simplicity, Lillian Glsh manages, by pure art, to win sympathy. Then It is next to impossible for her to be unlovely, even in the most unbecoming and unpleasant costumes. In strong contest is the charming characterization of Clarlne Seymour as a naturally gay and innocently selfish girl so full of nign spirits tnai sne enjoys lire until she has to settle down in the meloncholy round of drudgery as the min- : itter's wife. She has not been taught to prepare meals, so the minister turns to Susie, who is a fine cook. The role of the Dastor falls to Rob- i ert Harron, and he does the best he can with it. The whole pathos til the ' piece depends on Lillian Gish. THE IDLfc UOLLAR. Every idle dollar in the pocket of the young person should become the dollar saved for future need. Dollar.* do not go as far as they once did, and later on, you are very likely to need more of them. The wise person takes sdvantage of every opportunity to place his idle dollars in a savings ac count promptly. This bank will pay you 4 per cent, interest on your savings?The Peoples National Bank.? Adv. GET READY FOR WINTER. With winter surei ytoming, it is the part of wisdom to put all your roofp In shape. There isnt' anything better than the slate surface shingles or the' 2 and 3-ply .Gibraltar roofing that we us today. J. Earle Davis, general contractor and job contractor. No. 70 Cleveland Ave., phone 470-R. Adv. -* * "I ALWAYb HAVE GOOD LUCK" Ask any housewife why she prefers Marigold Flour ana she will say that she can depend on it. Being dependable, it not only eliminates chance of spoiled baking, but makes a quality loaf that the housewife is prond 01'. Get a sack from your grocer and have satisfactory bakings. Manufactured by Fairmont Grain and Milling Cc. | NELSON 1 D. W. GRII I Present "True Susie ADDED ATTR "GAUMONT C HIPP NOV BIG 1 FRANKLIN LOCKHART <S FOWLER & CLAS UP-l OK A MUSICAL CO] ADM1 Matinee 30c?Evei HIPP The following report of. the activities of .the Refl Cross nurse employed by the Red Cross Public Health Nursing service for the month of August was given at the monthly meeting of the organization held last evening at the Y. M. C. A. building: Nursing visits, 162; Infant welfare visits. 37; prenatal visits, 10; tuber-1 cclosis visits, 48; home visits to school children 94; sanitary inspection visits, 8; other visits, 54; total, 403. Baseball at a Glance. YESTERDAY'S, RESULT8, National League, PIttsburgs 4; Chicago, 3*; ten innings. Boston. 4; Philadelphia, 1. New York, 5; Brooklyn 1. American League, Washington, 8; Philadelphia, 2, Philadelphia, 6; Washington, 3 Detroit, 2; St. Louis, 0. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National League ' W. " L. Pet. Cincinnati 84 37 .694 New York 74 42 .63H Chicago 63 54 .538 Pittsburgh 58 59 .496 Brooklyn 57 , 61 .483 Boston 49 66 .426 St. Louis 42 73 .365 Philadelphia 41 74 .357 American League. W. L. Pet. Chicago 77 43 .68S uieve. anu IV 4? .bB8 Detroit 70 51 .579 New York 65 51 .560 St. lyouis 62 59 .512 Boston 55 62 .470 Washington 46 76 .377 Philadelpha! 32 S7 .269 GAMES SCHEDULED TODAY. National League, Chicago :t Pittsburgh, Cincinnati at St.' Louis. GRAND ELI HAW; SEREN SINGERS, DANCERS, In a two hour program of real 1 ductive melodies that charm and i Steel Guitar and Ukelelo. Featuring, PRINCESS LEI LEI ar PRICES: First floor, 75c, Balcony 5C at 8:30 Shar mmammMKmmunmmmnm rODAY ~ 1 girl and 7FJTH lian Gis] the leadi Becaui v he chose leart f?und ? glad of 1 amends. * So gi tell yoi ACTION J looking j 4-V,, 1RAPH1C" I""" 'ODRi I IN FULL S riME VAUD & BERGEN, Singer : LADDIE, Comedy OLSEN, Singing, V SY 4-P1ECE PRC* 'O PATE MOVING PICTU] r r IA KL1 ViEDY FULL OF MIRTH i [SSION?Including the War ning, Balcony 30c?Main F1 'ODRi Cleveland at Chicago. St Louis at Detroit. Boston at Philadelphia. 20 flours Baking 11 brings out from wheat and barley that distinct rich flavor one finds \ only in the pure, j health-building food I CrapeNutsj ' ? ?>>>? i Beautify ti* Complexion IN TEN DAYS ! Nadinola CREAM f \ "e Uuqaaltd Beiitifitr Uted and Endorttd yjfcyf By Thcutandt tBS"*" iMTSTg Guaranteed to remove <an, frecklcs, pimples, liver-spots, etc. Ex ireme cases 20 days. Rids pores an<T tissues of impurities. Leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy. At. leading toilet counters. If they haven't it, by mail, two sizes, 60c. and $1.20. NATIONAL TOILET CO.. Parii. Turn. Sold by H-H Drug Co., and other lunei counters. MON. TUESTI SEPT. 8 & 9 IS' \IIAN ADERS INSTRUMENTALISTS Hawaiian music,?the plaintive, sedelight. Introducing the Hawaiian id KALWANAH in Native Dances )c Seats not reserved. Performance p." ^ m ;ory of a self-sacrificing a selfish boy, with Lil" ti and Bobby Harron in ing roles. se hqrclothes were plain the other girl. But he nt his mistake and was ;he opportunity to make rls?when the fellows i they prefer dowdy erirls you can just put it at they are lieing to you. I __i OME WING IEVILLE and the Simp r Acrobatic Act iolin, Gymnastic 1ESTRA EES /UE VND MELODY Tax. oor, 50c. rwjir LriVlU J -v" "Y .r. C/v * L"Jr*& ^ySc'^vt-, v.' ' WiroMw8^tfi1ir^VS''i''i . 'fc&'&j$?i' Dove Undermuslins Sold Here Exclusively ' HAVE YOU The Fashi Correctly FASHION'S message fo contours-and coloring tinctive models in JONES The new shades: Cor Rose Taupe and Black. The New Fabrics: Fr< our Cloths, Duvet de Lain The New Lines: Onl the new contours. Smart Frocks Herald the New Season Engaging modes in new street and day* time frocks, distinguished by their extreme grace and youth rul simplicity, revealing strikingly new features which are decidedly different. If you venture a look at our frocks you will probably want to try some of them on. If you see how well their various charms suit you, you will undoubt" edly choose yours on the spot. Note the reasonable prices $19.50 to $57.50 GRAND Toni] Now in YOUNG MATT THE on By HAR SCENARl BY 7 THE SHEPHEI - r Matinee?Adults 35c, f^vPnlnorQ Inuroi' flrui % Read the Store j-i .rJi'u>*..i;-.y v,?><. onable Suits Define the Autui r the new season proclaiming s, fabrics and furs, may be r I GARMENTS. dovan, Beaver. Reindeer, Mai j, *> )st Glow, Tinse'tone, Silvertoi e and Duvetyn. y by viewing t'.iem can you i Tomorrow, a Magnificent Ensemble of JONES Wonder Hats For Fall at $5 to $25 gfit & Tomorrow I Pictures THE WORLD'S GREATEST WW PHOTO-PLAY FROM THE mSTPOPULAR. AMERICAN NOVEL SHEW HE HI OLD BELL W 0 WRITTEN AND L 'HE AUTHOR. ttlMSi ID, LITTLE PETE AND IANCES: W?linee 2:3o^Eve prices ,: tax 4c?39c; Children 25c, t ir 50c, tax 5c?55c; Balcony bfldren 25c, tax 3c?28c. News in Today's Y'fr?Hnrr'- t.?s&fiiriifii?it2ir f New French Kid Gloves ^ for Fall, $2.50 to $4 f her preferences as to. J ead in the showing of dis* Lj duro, Copen, Navy/ Tau|fe^| ie, Tricotine, Serge, Vel- j inderstand and appreciate. [ I School Begins ;.J| Some children will greet J the Jnew school year. Mill express wishes that*I vacation woulfl forever, but all willj || want to start the new Jg tem* with replenished wardrobes. Mothers will appreciajieS 1| the moderate prices on m our girls' dresses, coats,| || hats, and other necessi-fp ties. And young daugh"'; || ter will like the snappy p f| \ styles at Jones' Mai & Night DIRECTION I r? 4 nfrvt t ! iffiM W.l.V7ASIVE>bb HH SAMMY. LANE ! |j IERD US 'RIGHT. SSHHfl illil BBn- I 8 *&' ' r", , '' jf"- " ^viSSSBB 1 '