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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914.
THE CALUMET NEWS
News of the Theaters
CONCERNING ATTRACTIONS THE LOCAL PLAYHOUSES OFFER
THE AMUSEMENT LOVING PUBLIC.
(THIS COLUMN APPEARS EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY)
BLACK EYE WAS
William K. Fox, 20 Years A?o Was
an "A. D. T." Boy
t.;.I ' ..
Ml" I I
,iw York. Jan. !. Twrnly y-aiK
Jt . , , wiilkini lx wore a neat blueuni
,,iia will' I'l'it.ss litittoiix. (n his raji,
the Idli i- "A. l. T." ai'iiiMl. If you
lt:i 1 1 1 1 c 1 Mr. I''"" a clinn' for hlnusHf ho
v.i.uM "iii his two K-Ks to iiivihu
M.inil1 "'"' ""!' iiH-s.saK'. Kvrry
Hiliinlny nifcht In- ilrcw down $1 if no
lilies liil'l l'''" itSMsM'tl against hint--,
iin.l w.'H ixiinittid to ivtain lil'ly
,(iiis l tliiit for lii very own.
Sw I 'x i.s thirty-six. years uM.
tl.i v tin- l'.O.uou people who visit
l is t iity-'Ven moving pietuie the--,
t , i - ln-re and in New Knuland confer
hihiU him f:;.".0" in dimes. He is the
piiiuil'il owners of all these- theaters,
jiiiJ Ihf Mle owner of most of them. It
is jsMiine.j that ho would melt down
l,r j.1.iioi,o(). Not lonjr ao ho LruuKht
Kiiit fj mist the noies trust for the
ri: hi tn use Its films in his theaters.
II tie succeeds the trust ceusos to he a
mit enough to hurt. If he fails well,
l,e h.is soiiK'i Iiihk' of a trust, of his
mii. He H huihlihtf a miilioti-dollar
ht.nllu on Two Hundred and Twcnly-
1ii t ti which will he the. laiKcst of
its s"rt in the world. Two hundred
;i!nl ln"t ii tors work constantly before
his (.unci as. Sometimes ho employes
:,"' ef them, lb' is black-eyed, sleu
il. i a piotouiid iiar smoker, and si
hiii. When he talks, it is about mov-
i n -; pictures.
Il is po.-sible that th moving picture
Imsiness has liiiilt up more modest
a i ii'tvum' -loi umc.N than any
liitlle (levelopmellt of the last
Fox is included among tho
zen lk men in it. Ho runs to
ties. He owns the largest thea
ihe world opera houses and
of soei tacle barred from coni-
ii. Ho owns the only double,
r Hie. iter in the wcrhl. Ho has
wi real estate and architectural
ami i "iiti.o -tins: ami producing depart-
I n i 1 1 1 s .
I'" inmlit never htm become a mil
h.'iiiiiie .ii Hie movies If a rude Ntrung
ii ii.nl ii. 'i hit Cliff Uoidon upon his
eiie Liiinl e ii. (bii'dou wus a inessaue-
niiiiiiMtf i.-i I ,,f Fox'h twenty years ukd.
'Hi - I'ei iin d a vaudeville team for. th.'
l'Uiii 'si ..f ,iisseminatliii; rough tier-
tiwn ei'ineiiv lor . an evening, one
i..il;t the alert FoX delected a hostile
1.1111 the applause. He cl up a
"Vim tweet, tweet net your mmi
'" s.ii, ,e, 'Tile-l u cot, tweet wait
I'T "ii nutside."
Tin mm rotary of tho social .club
wh:h thex had assanu'd to entertain
ii't i'!il not paid tho $.., but hit b.r
'l"'i upon lie other eye. It swelled
i-lmt. iiihI Fox led his partner home
I'l'ni'.i in.l-s of jeering streets. not
1'iixiiii; the price of street cur luxury.
Thin hi- pushed Cordon through the
i"'is hit,, the arms of an nut rawed
1 m i I .-in, i;,. Tho team of Schmalz
I'i'ittlieis, 1,'eiuiau comedians, burst
"K1" lin ie w i t Ii an echo.
'''"'"'i k to his art and beoaiui
," ' "ie sainlcMlIo stage later as
liillnnil Senalor Ik priced
11 I'liiin i. I ,iX went into the. doth
!'"ii::in ; il.uiness as a porter, and
'"'-"ii" I'ulx well-to-do. Muring bin
f l" f pnii.il :,.s an actor he had eaught
VIMU if a treat fact ..f tho I ln :i 1 1 iin I
ii is the producer who nets
lie actor is in luck if he U
'(' "'"" '" a Utile farm. So that when
t;i" in 'Hies l.evan to bu.-Keon I'ox sold
,l'' 'h'lli spoiiKery, dclied his head
. i. . . .
"oMtiK iriends. and went tn tho new
lio"k, lino and sinker.
loi-Kct that he is Just thirty-
A Crewsom) Meeting.
'i iin id. tit entirely nnexpoc ted and
without Its Krewsome Itavor was
mix iccorecil in tho loeelv can
yon at Xiles, I'al., xvhen tho western
IJssanay company take most of tneir
exterior pi.tures. Thf tr. upo was pro
ceeditu' up tho cau.xon In the loini of
a funeral procession, nnd th.. -dead
box,- as they call it out Iheie. actually
".ntaineil the body, fortunately living,
f . A. I'otel. who was supposed to
h.'e I, ecu tlruted in the Mory in
sm h fashion that some of the harac
tera believed him to have shullh d off
ins mortal coll. Jst as Hi
sioi; lea hod th
lust spot of th
film which features
at tho Hoyul. Tho picture
was Mag-M on the scenes which
WELL, DON'T BE!
Fhi Notice It. Drive Vhem
Vvith Dr. Edwards' Olive
A hn iply face will not embarrass
""'.h lonm-r if you et a pa..ka;;e
I". IMwan's' nlive Tablets. Th
s,"' v)1(,id i.e-in t ,.U.,,P (ft,.r you
''v i:.U. ii mo tablets a few nlxhts.
' '"it.lSf t)
blood, the bowels
' wiih Olive Tablets.
Fdxx arils' Olive TabletK an
";HU substitute, for
' s 'icver ,,y slcknens or fain if
"r takinK thrrn.
"r l-M wards'
'Hive Tablets do that
doc, and Just iih clTcc
their nclloii i v.i.in. i. ...t
is!"1"' "r "'Note and IrritatinR:.
"h" who takes Olive Tablets is
r ''"r.-. d with "a d.k brown taste.
";" l'i "at h, a dull, listless, "no ood"
'if.'.. ''n".tipatlf,n. torpid liver, bad
iX'Mtl.,,, r pimply face.
liilwards' oilvp Tah,ets are a
die.. ,V'",,ti,1,,( impound mixed with
(..tni.. ' w,tn "vpr 1 bowei
''""mi and oiiv
Vf'U know them t.v ll.elr
''1 wards spent years nnmiiK la-
' "mileted With llvpr an.l Iw.a.,
Tabletii nre the
I'nsrlv pit.i.. -
T " v resun
or two nUhtly for a week.
" m,,rf' ttw you feel an J
Thli... ' "i,c The OHv
vrave' in the ion.
cau on, a sec nd nro-
cesion met it comim; from the oppo
site direction. Tills lilll" band. h,,xv.
ever, was in earnest, and they bote a
leal eolf.n. There was nothln-,' make,
believe about any of it. It wan just
Pure coim ld. nee that the real and the
fantastic met tit so inopportune a mo
ment. Fur mi the lillU in .i I,
ibln, an iiKed woman had died two
ays In lore. None kniiv ..f ii i,.,iii
the Ktlanno iiicctinir of tho ie.-.l
I the play Mead box" in this out-
of-the-way corner. The cortege pass
ed on In silence, whilo tho Mjhi-.v
Players waited bareheaded In silence.
1'oltl confesses it win :i irrlm evoiil.
ence, but ho lay prone n his box and
at his request, this part of the pic
ture making was d. ferred until next
I The Royal Feature.
"Fncle Tom s 'abin." a familiar but
always raslriat Invr drama of tin
helium days, has been
a two reel Kalom
I ho oli't rin
Harriet Pcechcr Stoxv.. created and
very pait is so vividly portrayed that
it is a most realistic lilm.
Klixa, one of Shelby's slaves, learns
that her master plans to sell her child
and Fncle Tom to Haley, a slave deal
er. Tho woman seizes her son. and
after informing I'm le Tom of the fate
in More lor linn, escapes.
Her lli-ht is dtscoveled tho next
inorninn. Fli.a is pursued across a
river with boating ice. She meets
Centre Hauls, her hnsl.and, who has
escaped from his master. The mar,
foils his wife's pursuers and both K't
Fncle Tom is placed aboard a
steamboat to bo taken h wn Hie river.
Tho old slave saves the lite of Utile
l.va when the h;h bills Into the
river. In gratitude. St. Oare, her
father, buys Fncle Tom from Hib v.
I'v'a and her rescuer become lirm
friends. St. Flair also purchases Top-
sy and presents the kIiI to his Aunt
Ophelia, from New Finland.
Kva dies.' Shortly afterwards St.
''litre is killed. His estate is sold and
Fncle Tom becomes tin- property of
I.epree also buys Knn.n lino, a younj;
mulatto. Fassio, a slave who wields a
htrniiKo inbuetice over her master,
shields the c iii from tho man's bru
lality, Fncle Tom arouses Ix-Kiee.'s
raKo wlps'ii he refuses to whip one of
tho field hands. The slave owner has
t'assie and ICmtneline are discovered
making an attempt to escai.e F.oth
secretly return and li do in U-uree's
house. heureo believes Fncle Tom
knows their hiding place and has the
o, slave Horned aR.iin when he pro
tests his Ivnoiance of their when
aboiits. Sln lliy's son arrives just a
I nolo loin dies as the result of tho
heureo drinks himself p, death. Fn
do lotus body is taken ba k to tin
old plantation and laid a wax.
at tho Crown.
".Mauler of Himself Is the IVatur
lilm at the Frown theater. It is a so
doty drama of absorbing interest
especially strmnr in its portrayal of
character. The plot is concerned will
jealousy, misimd"it unlinks iboiwocn
lovers flue to different Idea of honor
personal pride and tho hoio's hand
linv of the situation.
France Hildreth is the favorite of
an exclusive social set, and an heir
ess. D.ivis. the fortune hunter, has
tietei nii:.ed to win her. I he announce
ment of her onjjaKcment. therefore, t i
the distinguished Dr. I'.lani hard is
heavy blow to 1'avis. The fellowInK
eveiiln;? at the club, when vcrbody
is connratulatinK- Hlanchaul, who is
rai'iant with happiness, Pavls loses
control of himself and strikes his rival
a stliiKinjf blow ucI'osh the face. Tin
doctor dist.lins to It lullato, but leaven
ho club immediately, with several
friends. One .f thes" repeats the ln-
t blent to his sister, wh j promj.tly tells
Thoroughly niortliled by the past,iv
part that her lover has played In the
tffalr, and the fact that the Incident
has becomo common trossip, Francis
writes lilanchard an Icy note demand
ing an explanation. The doctor hur
ries to Frances, but ho fails to make
her feel as ho does, and ho n fuses to
lower himself, in his own opinion, by
resenting In any vindicative way lavls
Insult. The girl feoN, however that
her own honor has Income involved,
and that lilanchard has pro en Hot
man enough to protect her. The en
gagement Is called off, and Frances
welcomes the advances of Mr. Davis
who, ho tells herself. Is a, man of
Home spirit, at least.
Hlanchard, seeking distraction, go.v
a way on a hunting trip. He has
scarcely reached his destination when
he Is summoned back to perform an
fiperatlrn for skull fracture. ' Tho
young doctor looks fiver all his instru
ments and sees that everything
ready, then he approa'-hes the operat
ing table, nnd re-o'fnb.es Frances
Hildreth! Adults. 10c
How the young surgeon In th"
course of an tour that follow s-savc.l
twice over the life o' the Woman ho
loves, risking his own life for hers
toneludcH this thrilling drama.
".Master t.f Himself" makes a far
deeper imi'ifssiin than the uverage
society play. The American f ast h a f
presented II adequately. It is a thor
oughly artistic and Jinish.d produc
tion. Without doubt, it is a drama
which will hold the interest of a large
number of theatergoers for many
months to tome.
Drama Feature at People's.
"Time Is .Money," an Imp subject. In
two parts, is the headline offer I m; at
the People's. Tin- play combines a well
knit ph.t cf highly exciting incidents
with scenes of foreign countries of
historical and educational value. Tie
si one is laid in Cerminy and among
the reiuisites was a cast of seventy,
five Ceiinan star perfortnare.
Many celebrated set ties in and
amend Ferlin. of the beautiful tier
man lakes and Kb Ine- Machow and
Wan see are shown in the production.
Some of the world's most famous
paintings have been made at th-!
hhores of these lakes, and it is only
reasonable to assert that the atmos
I'hiie iin, the backgrounds are th
mot t delightful that could be imagiu
id. The story, in brief, is as follows:
Herbert, a distant relative of HillyV.
learns that a will has been made in
Ills faxor on condition that Hilly doe
aot marry I.eah within a certain per
iod. For fear that Hilly will marry
the cirl. llcrbirt endeavors to keep the
will a secret. However, ho fails In
h.is. HUiy hastens to l.cah and un
i'olds the preposition: tiny arrange to
marry at a nearby pla- e.
Herbert manages to have Hilly leave
.n the steamer without the gul. The
pleasure seekers. Iccause of F.illv's
frantic eiYf.rts to find I.eah, imagine
his a dauuerou craiw. Hcibcit is
ilso aboard and enjoy.-, his enemy's
discomfort. In the meantime loah is
speeding down the ilver in a motor
boat to locate her sweetheart.
Fearing that Hilly xvill btui the girl
Herbert gets aboard the steamer alone
in. I starts it in motion. Her move
ments are errati" and extraordinary,
i nd she revolves in circles, th-n rushes
ahead at full s-pecd. The Dutch pic
ai'kers are filled with consternation
when they learn they an., marooned on
ho Island. Herbert, unable to inn
:ml the steamer, is panic-stricken. The
a t i in. in a motorboat. finally over
takes the steamer while Jtrepon hides
ii the engine room. The frantic d r
'tians howl curses upon the plotter.
'V'.ll. who has been left ashore, is
:'oued by I.eah in tite motorboat. iihI
ogether they hasten t. the minister.
The jib nickers throw Herbert over
board and he swims to rhoio. a cowed
and beaten man.
A Futile Chase.
There is an Italian farming colonv
hard by the Hssanay studio at Xiles.
al.. and doubtless Its existence sug
gested tho story that is soon to be
released entitled 'Italian Love." An
amusing experience 'befell Fxel.xn Scl
i.io during the taking of the exterior
pictures out tn the fields. The fours.,
of the story called for a prolonged and
somewhat remarkable run by IMiss
Selblo, made up as an Italian, down a
long stretch of country road between
fields. Her splinting exercise hud to
lo and was, accompanied by a series
of alarmed and terror-inspired cries.
All this was done to perfection by
the actress. Hut the director, 'the
camera man and Hvcly: had overlook
ed the effect of this ln'liaxior on ;In
old hewhiskered son of Italy who was
busily engaged in plowing his t u 1.1
bard by. Healing the xxild, distress
ful erics and Feeing what, he believed
to lie a country. woman in distress
llxing along the road, he dropped hia
plow and tore alter the speeding Fv-
lyn its fast as his old legs would car
ry him. Miss Scl'iiie, though aware of
J he Iin icionsness of the si t ua t ion, Kept
on, hoping I he "scene" would be com
pleted ere the old chaser not into tie
picture and spoiled it unwittingly. Tin
director and the camera man were
beside themselve.-; wi'h chanrili. bi'J
their hope to j;ct Million nt footage ere
the old farmer "butted in" was doom
fd to disappointment. The pursuer
kept on and his ( base was duly If most
unwillingly recorded. That was th"
finish. Explanations followed, the old
man tottered intittertr.gly and per-
spirinnly back to his plow, and tin;
inevitable "re-take" was subsequent
FINDS NO VIOLATIONS
OF STATE GAME LAWS
Put the "Eat" in
DEPUTY WARDEN J. C. McDON
ALD COMPLETES TOUR OF
A tour of Hie three
embrace the territory
Came Warden John
'f Deputy State
faded to reveal violations oi II:
game laws. Tho law w hi h pi
the snaring of rabibits, which i.s a new
Statute, is being enforced and only
lili'iu!!" (idelHe of two violation was
secured. In one of these cases it wa.i
found that a Hiker, I'tnl.l, to provide
Mr his family through the limn
benellM gixen by th: federation, -was
compelled to resort 1 muring to oh-
tain meat. Ire violator xxas warn
and a not her offense will result in hi.0
Ill-rest, according to the deputy.
The warden linds hunting conditions
in Keweenaw ideal, due prim ipallly
to (he cessation of ni dations on th'
Keweenaw Central railroad. The in
convenience of driving to that district
keeps many Houghton county hunters
from K'-vveenaxx huntii-g grounds and
as a consequence i-il bits are more
iibuudant than for several years.
Heaver trapping i.s now at us holg! t
and many who are operating in the
Month end of the countv have found the
vocation profitable. , evial ttappi is
have Idled their licenses within si
month, the results of their efforts net
ting about '." for ihe fifteen pelts
which the Ii e uses permit. Two trap
pers .cshling in Hu.blall and oper
ating it- the Otter Like district re
turned this weelr with thirl v i,e!t th.. probability of thi
' . , .... .
lue of which is from to is each. r' '.'-i ti.
CRIPPLES TO MEET JUNIORS.
"LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE
Has l)ctn a Household
Word for 30 Years
Syracuse, New York
Maker of Food Products tince lNfH
Amatourr. to Ply at Palestra
.'ripples ln. key' P
veil at tin
meet the (V.lumc Junior
Palestra Tuesday (vaniug of next
week. I loth teams ar" c ciilv match
ed and a fast contest is assuied.
The "(.ripples" will line up as fol
lows: !oal. Savinni; point. 'is.a; covtr
point, opie: Hover. V'(.l'onald; cen
ter, n'r.rien; left wing. Mnlwn; right,
wing, Andrews. ' '
The ';. linnet Jliniort ale (1 .spl'.'ase'
at the lefusal f other teams tn ac.
(opt tledr challciit;o and some ditli
i ulty Is being encountered in neotiat
inn for gatnei
to meet th
The Tuniors an
team of ("alunn
POLLARD DEFEATS PARKS
Winner cf Pool Series
by Narrow Margin.
Ihe final name of a scries oi
contests betxx eell Ili. h Ifil Pollard of
Illinium and James Pa lis of r-ike
Linden. was won by the former ' on
ii,.. up. son tallies ibis xvc.k T.x- a
count of I'm' to 1'iT. Tin- play consti
tuted ;ort points in wli'di Parks won
the first ei ies by ti.rc" n kets. Pol
'ard vvas tho winner of the second by
The Callahan tnin ef Hancock is
negotiating- with the (iIim.ii team for
a scries of games w hi' h xx ill be played
during the I'ext two weeks. The plaV
xxill ultimate belwo'.-ii the Callahan
and (ib-soii players, '.he first to take j I'
p'aee in Laurium
m - a
UM fV n.-r ri ttt -vyr h
fUalTION IN ESCANABA. I l . t 9 6 W
Innaa wrsor vippeiio untcr tmploy I
of New Hotel. I
Miss Jjeslin Caj.pello ol Uiuiium has B
taken a position as i,ookki,p.r and I
Menocraphcr In the Xexv licit,, hot. 1 1
in Ilscanaha. I . C. Sargent, president I
of iin- 'is, onin Hot.. conipanv. I, s- I
liolllliid the personnel of the hotel i I ' ' ' e
.Manager - A. X. Al. ri it t. j 8 yqyjux ':A
Housekeeper M Ns Lillian Hudson. I :
'' P.ookkeej.er and .-1 e.n .g ra h-f Ali'sl B I yjj ' , I
hiliits I ....!;.. ...ii. . 0 I V fJ ? V. I
"ci i....i.iuoi. J.yV
Pay clerk --fp.heit a niu- en, of E,i',Jl,v. ! - '
Sreeii pa.v. 1 'y77Z? '-;A
Night ilerk William Super. B J fY
Head pot (er-WiMiiim Scar. I j1n5",- - -. ""s.
Chef- Harry Morgan cf Chicago. I HfRkl, L zJ.l '
Asisiaut chd'-Kex Martm. S ')Vvc ''' V ' ' ' "' J
Par.omlers-Chas. Walters of fish- D X, l UCl T
I,... i ... I UliVf 1.' VI.. . It . Xrjr
ii i ...o '1 ; ; , ,," ; ' I -""''--' IAr Yi'jjfcj Maker of Food Product !!!(. 1Hfc f
l n laney.
f'igar ( lerk .Mi-s Ieonora Conns. " - ""' , j
Lngiiie. r - Thotnas Less. rffKXMCJBZa.'sn n'WVTFXXnezttTFrr t-v'rTTTnTrT
persons. All of th, ; re in ex ..I vv.irk'K 85 1 S2k. M
- 1 1? iSM m Q& :: 8
RETURN ROLL NEXT WEtK. jg fatfij? J. Q&Llt ' I
Dlin,ot Lisl of T...,. N.t jj ' -JoSaKlCEilErBBXail txssasBcsszzEaasBa ' :i
La -gu as in Previous Years. I ST M
The (leliri.iueiit t:i list of Lain lum ' H m CfQ r
depressed ,on.!:,i..,.s in the Co,'p...jU JUL fjJ 'kj jL & fojQ&LiLXZ? Q
district, the roll of unpaid nss-. s.-na !'; s i M fl
xx ill i,.,t be any ..renter than that 3
previous vears. A Ufl. frtii,j3 -f. jTK TJ hi
;rrrr:j;,r.i 3 Days Only
ri-ing t a 1 1 nee, i i,y : M rj
lore th- lot; is n':lj " - ON P
I 'II"- fact that il... unpaid list N .,T !! TT jpS: . 2
and no extra time v.as gr.nite.i to U il
jproperix owners sin b has been t'a- H 9 t'J
i pna Ynfiwi&3T!ie&$ ?
LENIENT TO BONDSMEN. MH. Ul. UUI HV.-kM
While the case of I '., n Hoggin, agi-.M
tatof i..r t L-- W'iMiin I "eil-i al ioti, x..s j
Kcheilllli-d to i ot'le befo! e .IllSlce ,r ' )
mil today and the defendant '''il'"',tj
in appear .mug- .rniir n n n-u mic
, case for one Week to gie the -Lends- jfcj
, men an opportunity to nroduce 'log-jlj
, gin. Ill the event Pint he docs "''''ij
return ny mat unic, ire o;:ri win u--is
Clare the b-.tnls forfeit. ,!. Paul Tom- M K .1
! inci and Hcitn.- n lavi.st arc the s.-jM 'UUl lULLll UjL LLUUllX IQULLl
VATICAN DENOUNCE? TANGO. !fi . Mpf Fir
Coin", Jan. I'l. - Cardinal poinpili jH '
VATICAN DENOUNCES TANGO.
Coin", Jan. lk - Cardiii.il I'oiiipili
ar general of Home, representing
the pontiff, has issued a pastoral loi
ter denouncing the tango and al
certain newspapers, th-ati a al perfor
mances and fashions, which he do-
la res are perverting :-,i;ls. The Cai -d
ilia I saxs;
"The tango, which has already ln.-ci:
coiiiicnnied by Illustrious bishops and
Is prohiLited. eVcll in Protestant
countries, mut !' a :S"lut.-ly prohiLit
ed in the seat of the Human pontilT,
the center of ihe Koiiiau Catholic re
ligion.' I'.ir a good laugh you must see that
e Keyst.-lie comedy at the ('row II.
A dx 'l I isetnelit - I r.
FROM SOUP TO NUTS! EAT WITHOUT FEAR
OF STOMACH MISERY-PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN
Couch overs9 Portiers
THURS., FRIDAY, & SAT. ONLY
January 1 5th, 1 5th and 1 7 th
o USE ELEVATOR
A. Ruttenberg, Jr. Lessee
FAUST & FAUST
' COMEDY MUSICAL ACT
FOR THE HEART
OF A PRINCESS
In Three Reelt
CHILDREN'S PRIZE MATINEE
i DIGESTS FOOD WHEN STOMACH
CAN'T NO SOURNESS, GAS,
You can eat anxihiiiK your stoma, h
craves without fiur of Indigestion or
D.vspcpsia, oi that your food will fer
ment or sour on your stomach, if you
will take I 'ape's l'iapepsin occasion
ally. Anything pm cat will he digested;
nut him;' can ferment or turn into acid,
poison or stomach gas. which causes
Pclchin., Dizziness, a feeling of full
ncsx after atini;. Nausea, Indigestion
(like a luimi of lead in stomach), I'd!!
onsncss. Heartburn. Water brash. Pain
In .'doinach and intestines. Headaches
from slom.n Ii aic al'solulelx unknown
where Pape's l'iapepsin is used. It
really dm s all the work of a healthy
stomach. It digests your meals when
your stum 11 h caif !. It leaves nothing
to fenneii', sour ainl upset the stom
ach. Set a laie .ii-ccnt case of Papi's
Diapejisin from your dnmnist, then eat
unyihiii you want without the shuht
i st discomfort or misery, heshh s. cveiy
parti, ie of imput'it.x and lias that Is in
our stomai h and intestines vxlli
Shouhl you be suit'orintf how from
IniliKost ion or any stomach disorder,
you can set relief in five minutes.
Adv rt isetn. iit .
U LAURIUM, MICHIGAN
Man makes thrilbtig leap from
ship into icy waters of lake.
In thi two reel Imp ihvnnj
FAMILY THEATER k
W. L. Fo!:y, M3r.
The frantic German mob howl curses
upon the plotter. Will, who has been
left ashore, is found by Leah in the
motorboat anj together they hasten to
'he minister. The pioneers throw Her- I
I ert overboard and he swims to shore
.-v beaten man. . ,
OUT OF HIS CLASS
Sad story of a man who, though a
gambler and tad. had God's own heart
cxt to the Post Office
?. C Richards. Mgr.
HOW FRECKLES WON
After she trifles with him Freckles
forces her to it. Laugh -provoking in
POWER FLESH OF DEATH
131 Bison War Drama. j
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TODAY AND TOMORROW
Aic Lilian dsys at the Crown.
DILL OF PHOTOPLAYS
A sic'e splitting Keystone Come
dy in two p.irts.
MASTER of HIMSELF!
Fe.itiring J. W
I Wlien Darkness Gams
Thanhocsor drarri cf
Legend of the Cross
H Tiny Tom's Exploits
A superb two-part adaption of HARRIET BEECH ER ST0WES immortal
Eliza's thrilling escape across the ice; th death of little Eve: the cotton
fields in full bloom; Legree's brutality to Uncle Tom, are presented so
vividly as to make this th most raLttc portrayal of Mrs. Stowc's
story ever attempted.
WHEN THE WELL WENT DRY
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No, 76. Interesting current events.
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