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The Stage. Hippodrome Shlnn's Iloosier Follls and Vaudeville. The Screen. Nelson Salome j Princess ..The Law 01 ihe Northwoods Dixit Down on the Farm; y ??? I IT "is doubtful if Hippodrome patrons, II can recall a better all around en- 1 ' * lertalnment than is being offered there last night, today and tomor-| row. Bob Shlnn's Hoosier Follies bit i a winning pace on the homo stretch. The bill last night Is one seen here a year or more ago, but it is a riot of fun from Rtart lo finish. Hicll Come , dy situations abound throughout the hill, and Bob Shlnn and Thad Wilker-' son keop the house in a continual 1 roar, in fact they, too, entered into j the good time the audience were having. and ran the bill fifteen minutes fffcr schedule time, in spile of Bun Davis, who kept reminding them from I the wings he wanted to get home in | time for breakfast. Both comedians had a makeup that would convulse ai wooden Indian, and the audience was ' so appreciative that the boys Justj tkorked themselves to death. Wilkerson loosened up the hands with i "You'd Be Surprised," breaking up I the number with introductions of thej ; girls with a spicy dialogue wnn cam ' .one, Dorothy Self, so reserved and .modest, sings a number, a number' ft'-whlch- leads into a dance that Is done j quite neatly by tbe graeoful young: ; lady. ' Miss Kahlc, besides leading herj > number, has some lines in the bill: Jpaiighe handles well. Doth Roy Self I ' (utd Shlnn have numbers that go over well, especially the ballad of the latter. ' The musical comedy is preceded by two of the best musical acts that evor appeared on a Hippodrome bill. ..That is not only the opinion of the "- .Writer, but a score or more of persons gjrere-hjeard to say the same thing last ftlight as thoy loft the theatre. -The : DeWolf Duo have a classy act. the s/tady possessing a very nice voice * " " -at,?i?? i frvWmcfl ienus useii wen iu l?u umnur '- ties of tho numbers she san*. "The frXiss Walts," "0 Sol Mlo" ami "Love's - Lullaby." We did riot know so much lu IS BEST mm EVER SAYS PHSBURG MAN JA. T. McMurray, West Virginia Florist, Strong for | Spv Fine Medicine- | iij;."Ncrrlax is the best tonic I over tried in mr life, "writes A. T. Mc j'^Murray well known florist of Park- \ ersburg, W. Va. "Before taking tt I i suffered greatly from my stomach, j 1 Kidney, liver and bowel troubles, bad ' J-jfts on my stomach, suffered with I headaches, was contsipated and was -gonervous I could not sleep at nights. -Xliivaa persuaded to try-hjorrlax ana niter talcing one bottle I find I am "greatly roldeved and expect to continue the treatment wthlcli 1 think Vwill cure me. 1 gladly recommend Nervlax to mv friends." A. T. McMTJRJtAY. Washington Ave., Parkershitrg, W. Va. 'M. Nervlax is on sale at Crane's Drug ;i??ore. 11; This famous washer is | in Fairmont excluj pint Bttfc Service Co. B 309 mam St. te ? HIPPO! TODAY AN THREE SUPE1 -The Hoo A Rio "The De' High Class N 'Carcelli Novelty A ______________ COMING?AL MARCH'S MUSICS openi II "For the Lc FEAl THAT HAPPY COM! FIRST TIME AT l*"* y|,j ^ gotten^ o t f ^ to the legitimate use of the lnstruI mente which he sees with wonderful effect >His voice, which U soft and sympathetic, blends well In the duos. It Is a high class act, done In the manner of big time artists. The second vaudeville act Is also a musical | number, Carcclli and Pastorl. two young artists barely out of tbelr teens I If Indeed they are that. Their accordeon playing far surpasses anything 1 of the kind ever heard here. They give one new ideas of the beauties and of the compass of the instrument as the players aro heard first in solos and then In duets, both classical and popular. The only weakness in the bill was the fact that the third act, which was to have worked between the musical acts, failed to show up, thus giving a sameness to the program that would not havo been so apparent had the other act been present. Return Date for Salome. After a year, Theda Barra is com-1 ing back to tbe Nelson in her superb Biblical production. "Salome." As a | spectacle of its character, nothing bigger has ever been ateintped and , nn nno who rnron fnr mnvine nli?tlire8 i should miss it. It requires noV.,rther | explanation, the title ami the star toll > it all. | Double Bill at Dixie. Ia connection with "The Invisible Kami," tho exciting serial In which Ac'/ tilo Moreno is starred, the Dixie Is offering "The Law of the North Woods" today. The nature scenes are especially interesting. Princess Bill Repeats. Mick Sennett's comedy, "Down on the Farm," at the Princess today and tomorrow. I'athe News and comedy are also added. POP. i i W2 uly 5 ready'to' pffK 2 blouse? y|g& 5 Youcan,a Q/flS 0f the disc Just step ^ 35 from the 1 WffixjS ateliers wit Hi S DROME D TOMORROW I ATTRACTIONS sier Follies'* tof Fuju Wolf Duo" [usical Specialty & Pastori xcordionists L NEXT WEEK lL MERRY MAKERS ng with >ve of Mike" 'URING 3DIAN LEW J. WELSH POPULAR PRICES. r. \t- . 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