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ONLY TWO LEAGUES polly and her pals It was Polly who did the worrying as well as wearing. Coprlgbt. Inttprmtl&nal New i ; 1 M I j 1 I 5ilk ST&cKiJS IS A -BOT nfHbVC I ' MAUS SiCtJLD IWEli. . MA lSiT , -ro Ca Y,-X Ti ALL tStAj - i hi THEATRE 2 Davs Or.lv 1any Close Racos and Cham pionships Have Nov; Been Decided. MAU rR i Wim .t-. it i FINISH SCHEDULE 6dt w i nw Sil kl ) ; a vr rr i - i x r I ( r, A Y Matinee and Night Also THURSDAY, DEC. 26 COHAN and HARRIS Present the Sweetest Story Ever Told n fi i i IYY80 till? t 35 u Ps Li gs l II büüfclul By Harry James Smith, f- j Author of "The Tailor-Made 1 Man," with 1 f i t f If ' u r rr it 1 PV.7AH I Xmas Matinee, 1 Best Seats $1.00. ! Night 25c to $2.00. SEATS NOW. ülip prances Crrrrt AfTrH lor Worrm Trading with advertisers means mars for less cash. f .v s ALWAYS A NEW TODAY ThM Splendid Actor MITCHELL LEWIS "THE CODE OF THE YUKON" Jn the b: tj outdoors, up in the Yukon country, he was hoarding zold that he might ?.vene his sister's wrongs. Thec stories of the North are always n'.ihty interest ing. TOMORROW Dainty, Cute, Clever MARGUERITE CLARK in "OUT OF THE CLEAR SKY" In which Miss Clark plays a slrcn dramatic role for the first time in her screen career She is seen as a little Bel H?an countess who dodges an unpleasant marriage, and she 's very pleasing in the part. sil Ku ii f C ii lb TODAY MADGE EVANS in a World Picture "THE LOVE NET" A pleasing picture for the children; a story of the sea that all will enjoy. TOMORROW "THE CODE OF THE YUKON, With Mitchell Lewis. i:y .ii:irosi:in at mwki:. With thf t'-.rn - i!:i;.-.l la-t v-k th- f .11 h'-YY of t!i. f Jity. (Yrn i:i r . 1 1 1. r-i'!it, OriihfüM Trio. T Ii;:-: rin-l V.--t Si'h- cu'-s fa mo t r i i 1-.-. 'nly f.vo f th-" or v , j.iz iti'ns ,!,ifl th' ;r full juota .f jj.irrM -. I .--.- i:- of th" ir.t'-rrun-ÜOTi of th- int'. K r;a ;;.h-ü;ic. Itir inr vhih -ill !iv va- stopjx -1 r th- So ,r l of h' tlth. Th. I. 'I West i-'hh 1' a "'i s I'l t vl all of thfir ori-inal : hr-.YY r.f f i!n-s hut it was uri'l'T ;;! '.(' : H i How-vf-r, orjrnn- l.-.j i,r..i- can ov. r' onif Tnnr.y IhYal uli-!niti'.nv Tli' T'-mpY and Fhral l'-airM- only npf-ratdl a short s.lif.luh-, thYr rooms l.finc of-rij j I -. 1 ,y th I.iY rty loin corn i rj.itt l':ri!ir th' rf-.i'. r ra't of h---Kivin, whilf its mrmbt-rs v re ac ti'v in th- lrivo. Many NVw Cliampion. i "harnjiionshi ps for th.f fall sfason hav hrf-n won an.l will all prohahh i i..- awar-h! in th- inirii-'li:i t future, , ar ! son,.- r,f tli' in aftt-r many l.attls. X flosfr raf has over h.-n staf.l in tlu- history of local : It-:tc"" I'lay than that of th" frph fina Trio I.-tlc'ic, whfr." th" winrrT.; ; tr.'l losi-rs v.frc only two p,im"? .apart at th- flr.s.- of h nst il it if s. Ti I true, the season wa vcrv short, hut I it was rxoitint to sa' th lfast. Th1 I Sp'-cials won the la lire's, whil" sfc i on. and thir! i-rif- wie ilivi.lf-1 I 1 .-tw--n thf Shaf"r T-umher 'o. an.' 'las ' 'o. teams. A ir-tty raf.- was staf.l in th ! WYst Si. h' leairuf, w h-M f livo tliffer ; .-nt i lul s h"M th" h ail .luring' vari- f.us stac-s of th.- sfison, one of thfsf. th" (;r""ninpr Specials', llnish inur at tha hrttom of the nil" wh"n ! th" final h"ll ramr. Alma ami M. H I h.el-l th" attention for linnnrs durin j thf c losing wf"ks of the race, the j fi.rnvr winnintr in th" final drive, j Ollwrs 'crr Headed. ! Thf City lfajii" Taff was an ope- I one during its -arly stafrcs.. hut dir1 j inc thf last four wc.-lcs the Hanl wooih jumped to thf fore and were I n"ver hradfd. The l'fdcral h-acrim I hind a troo.i racf .Turintr its short I sfh"dul" and th" llar was run dur- ' intr th" past two w".-ks by thf Hill-;. j tlif Pcrs Kivin' tlvm a merry i i lia I Th"ro n"V"r was d.mht as to th' J eventual winner in thf Commercial j h airii". .-'S the Olivrs laid claim at : the ir"-s.-a'on ineetlns? and no otho" j du! was seriously consldf red cx- ! eei't .around tni stove circuit. Ther" i was h hot contfst fr tli" minor po s t i " l i s hftwet-n the South fYn 1 Chilled Plow, fYuth Ih nd Cear. In- liar.a Ilnpravint: Co., and Standard and th'v ilnihcd In the order j named. Tournament flets Altontion. I Tmrinir the n'xt two w.-i-ks only two leagues will he in operation, al though five leaLtuen have continuous srlie-duhs. Coerde Cutter Co. and (di-r l"atrii"s. Th" fori .or will roil Monday evenim,'. hut the plow men will hM a spe.ial tournament Th.ur-.lay evmin and continue the original scliclulf the wee!; follow i n tT. The handicap tournament to he lis PICTURE EVERY DAY One of the ino-t interesting Intr -aorirs of the ;reat nrtliwr-t et to h' u ritten N 'The Code f the Vulam." ty Paul Anthntiv Ivelly. author of "Thm I'mis Ka-t," the Cohan V Harris lm now playing Chiei:n. Mitchell l ewis, tnr of tluY Yukon tor. p!ael the Icatlini; mle. in "1 lie Harrier" and "The liar Sinis ter." lie U a vpJeiulid dramatic .u lor. I'lan to -peiul an lmur Cliri-tinas at tlie l.as.ille. Hillie Burke in her new i-omedy. 'The Iakr-1 Jcl le Uile." entertain jon and O.w I.aalle oia hcfra will otTrr a peeial holida prti,'iaui. lalMH lite lark will help tired ('liritni.is i-e !hTs to rrt if tlie will dnp in for an hour tn s'c lu-r latent picture, Out of a Clear sky." Shown tomorrow. ü IM C t fi CIO s . staged at th.p Orrdioum alleys during th- ti ri t ma - holiday season is oc- ap.viiu' the attentinn of the howlern and ailwinr.' -ntrif-s indicate that th- laitniM'-r of cntre-s will really xcm-(1 expectations. More than .'Ö rlul's have already tiled their en tries and. the el os intr date still three days away, the ntri 's rlosinu on Christmas day, it is not nt all im-prohahh- that entry will reach tho 1"0 mark. Ci t -inunoiw Is lliuli f.un. "f'l'iick" I'itzsinnnons of the Collu FJec tries in the City league, was tho pri fiackair' in the doul-le century classic during the final we.de of the year, turning in 2 ." for his effort. Hatfield, of the Commercial hanu-'' was second with L' '. . while yeres, of the West Side Ivm'UP secured third dace with 2".". Only three plaer reached t'ee select cl as.; durintr that perier', ill wlii.h 1 Vieky" Morse r.f the South Mend Watch Co. was hifrh with 011, a 20." ratiriL'. The other two play ers to make he u'rade were Joe Wachs of the City leaprue. who showed Ct?., while Jimmy Hatfield of the Commercial league piled up COS. The complete list of douhle cen turies rolled in the league play lur intr the week is aipnded: Pia er I.eacue. FitSimmons. City 1 latiield. ' 'onimercial . , XyerKcs. West Side . . Morse. City 1 ratfield, Commercial . I'dake, Orpheum Trio Itichards, City Shamhaucrh. City .... Dennis Fed ral Hrown, ( 'omm "" ial . . Sehn eider. I -'e de ral. . . Kicstler, West Side. . . Scor". 2 4:, 2 2eri-2HH. 2 0 - 2 2 ? 202-227 o - . . . . 2 2 h 224 o o o 0 O O o r i o o Wachs. City Cronkowski, Automohile . Cohen. Wet Side Ttichards. "eln.-le Waters, City Schnelle, Federal W. S'tudehaker. Vehicle.. Casmie-r, 1'ederal o o i 21" 2U 21 211 2 1 2 211 1 lorwath. Commercial 211 Thum. City 211 Smith. Commercial , Ma-on Temple , IICPC. YehlYle W. K. s'tudehaker, Vehicle llhoa.h's, Oliver Ropers. City , He Wart, Oliver 211 211 211 211 210 2 OS 208 Hetz. Commercial 20 0-2 OS Hennintr Federal 207 ( Popp. Commercial 20 ', Freston. Oliver 207 Woodruff, Orpheum Trio 207 McCormick. Vehicle 20 l-Coehez. (Vimmcrci.il 2 1 1 Knu'lcdnnu. Orplieunt Trio 20C Kierein. Commerciol jo" Xyertre.- 'et Side 20" Chilian. West Side 20 1 W.it.iv. Orpheum Trio 2 0 I ! Calss. ( 'onimercial 20 1 Sharkey. Vehicle 202 Austin. Vehicle 22 Myers-. Commercial 202 Schnei I. federal 201 h Rose. Commercial 201 Ianstedt. Vehicle 2 ! Prowia'd. 'ity 201 Stine, West Si 200 iuvi.!; i.i-:(;rr sT.wnixfis. Automohile I.eairue. W, 10 10 s s ; L. Pet. . S 2 2 . v 2, 3 .P.67 .C7 . ". o o . o 0 .417 j 'arhuretor j Starters j 1 lorns . . . Pistons . . i F-He'dicrs Radiators Hoods ... NOW PLAYING j ALLIED WAR REVIEW "THE WEAKER ONE" A Mirriinc Irum:iti' kr t h tluit U a Trib ute to thr pirlt of I ran . Sunday und Holiday 8:00. II v rnlng i ?:3o anil 9 MX). Mut ine Pally 2 ::0. PRIMROSE FOUR l.ooo pound- of Hannom . SCHEPP'S COMEDY CIRCUS With Io and Monkey. GREEN & BLYLER Mu-ieal Comedians. SANTRY Sc NORTON Whirlwind Dancers. TIU'IISDAY WORLD WIDE REVUE Aiul l'our Other AcK .230 .250 .U.V' Pet. .ft & 7 . ft o ft .576 .4 2 4 .20 4 .20-1 Pet. . 8 2, 2 .ft 4 2 - i . 3 0 0 .:2 9 .2S . 2 2 S Pet. .S2 2 .ft 7 7 .."On .4K .417 41 ; .417 Pet . ft ft 7 n . . I . .4 ft 7 Pet. .701 .ftC7 . .1 9 2 . ." 9 2 ...1 : .4SI .44 1 .40S .40 i .2 4 S Pot. . 3 3 'J .300 .300 .44 1 Pet. 1. 000 So . . .) .sc: . r, s ? .500 .417 o . ..)... .2 00 .08. Pet. .ft 19 .r.7i . r. f i o .4 7' .47ft .476 .452 .452 Pet. .fti l .52s .300 .2 51 i a r KTOwx roii.i i :s. Pernard's "Harktown Follies" wiU appear at the Oliver theater lec. 2' and 2. It is chuck full of comedy catchy souks, lots of dancing, pretty creole girls, a plot that pives the comedians plenty of scope for thHr work and scenic embellishment: that make this show stand out. iii:akts or tiii: would. "Hearts of the World." the screen sensation upon which P. W. Grif fith has been expending his energies as a producer for the past two years, will he exhibited a pain at the Oliver theater for one week commencing Sunday. Dec. 2?. This screen drama, which is tho third lone enouph to provide an entire evening's entertainment, Mr. Griffith has produced, the others beinp "The Birth of a Nation" and "Intolerance," is a powerful drama with a patriotic purpose, and was filmed on the western front under j the auspices of the F.ritish and French war offices. Mr. Grithth however, does not announce "Heart? of the World" as a war drama, but primarily as a love story in which the war is a prim background. Like ! former Griffith productions, "Hearts j of the World" is mounted on stu j pendous scale, with every conceiv- able sound effect to lend reality to the picture. A larpe symphony orchestra performs a brilliant score. : AT Tili: ArniTOItH M. j "Vine-Tenths of the Law" will i presented at the Auditorium theater for two days, commencing today, in j which Mitchell Iwls appears just Tops 2, 9 Windshields ?, 'j Cylinders 1 11 City Le:vsiie. W. I,. Hardwoods 2 2 10 Colip Electrics . . . . 2o 1 :: Shafer Lumber 13 14 Hoos-ier Creams ...14 19 Ia;aros 12 21 Watch Co 10 2 2 Commercial Ieanc. V. L. Olivers 2 7 S. V,. Chilled Plow. .27 1 : S. 1 . Clear Co 1 T, 17 Ind. I-:n?ravinK ....22 20 Standard? 21 21 Tribunes IS 24 Lathe Works 10 2.2 Super-Treads' lo 22 (.'utter Co. League. W. L. F.npineerintf 10 2 Platintr S 4 Machine Shop ; t; Assepahly .". 7 Drill Press .. 7 Office 7 Store Room . T, 7 Foundry 4 s Federal Lea 2m. W. L. Fills 11 4 Deers 10 . Fawns S 7 Orfuns 7 Flks ." lo Staps :, 10 Oliver Lea sue. W. L. No. 7 fJancr 11 s Accounting IS 9 Factory lft 11 Inspection 1 11 Production 1 ft 11 Forge 14 12 Purchasing 12, 14 Desinin 12 l Specials 11 1ft Wood Patterns ....11 1ft Sales 10 17 Plow Points 3 Is Stock C 21 Orpheilin Trio Iieasue. W. I,. Specials 10 S Gas Co 0 n Shafer Lumber ....! U Santa Rose 10 Vehicle Ivensue. W. L. Rims 12 0 Studehakers 10 2 Reaches S 4 SjokeH 7 Skeins ft ft Hubs r 7 Hounds 4 R Tonsues 4 X Axles 8 9 Holfters 1 11 Sllt Iiue. W. L. Alma 2ft 1ft M. 1 1 2 4 IS Seifert Pros 21 21 Choka Stars 2 0 2 2 Csillap Taxis 20 22 Xyals 20 22 Oreenincr Specials.. 19 2'"'. Happy Five l'j 22 Wil-n Uro. Ienjrue. W. L. Shipidncr 22 1-4 Cuttinir 10 17 Underwear IS IS Stock 12 2 2 THEATERS ( At f i as cleverly as he did in any of his1""' V, 1 I . I! . . .... 1 . V- ' ' ' role of the strong-hearted, uprUht eous, home-loinu; trapper of the north woods he not onlv looks the i type, hut enacts it naturally, grip pinily and effectively. Jlnisy Maye lends hirn excellent support as his wife and is bully in her emotional see hp. Kason, as the drunken, rouh and hardy woodsman who went to sleep with liquor, his conqueror, makes the characterization stand out every inch of the way, and the ht;ht in the cabin with Lewis is a Li sub- i climax. Other scenes are also splendidly ütai;ed and acted realis tically by Fason, and in each, whether Miss Maye, his cabin n atc, or Lewis, he is therf with the tive makeup and manner not denied, it is claimed. All of the scenes are finely e:'fec to be cam- jeraed, and one seem- after another lis realistically produced. Details jare worked out ahnost faulthssly (and, all told, the picture measures above par, It Is said. MAUY UYAX FROM r.IKTH. There is something about .Miss Hyan beyond her acting that has won favor with theatergoers the i country over. It is her natural telf. I Lyan was tho name of her father ! John H. Kyan and that surname! w as good enough for Mary plain j Mary. Miss Hyan herself is a little philosopher. In the course of the j Play "The Little Teacher." in ! sketching a silvery lining about the j dark clouds hoverinp over the two ill-treated kiddies whom .'he adopt ed, she uses a line: "1 believe we can have or be almost anything we iwant anil work for if we just want hard cnoi:ph and keep at it." Her first big chance came in "Prewster's Millions." Her success in that led to an engagement with John Parrymore in "The Fortune Hunter." By that time Miss Kyan had Alined such prestige and popu larity that her name was flashed in glittering letters over the theater entrance where she played. Then followed further successes, "Stop Thief," "On Trial" and "The House of Glases." From the latter play sho stepped into the role of "The Little Teacher," a part not calling for the emotional power demanded of th? persecuted wife in "The House of Glass," hut by far the most appeal ing: characterization in her varied and brilliant stage career. Mir.s Ityan will be seen at the Oliver, matinee and evening of Christmas day, and Thursday, Dec. 26. at tin; castli:. Winsome little MadYo Fvans is to day's Castle star in "The Loe Net," an interesting story of the sea. Ol-l and younir alike will enjoy the an tics of this wonderful child actress and will share sympathetic sorrow over the woes of the aged sea cap tain, a part of the way, played with great skill by Jack Lrumier. Xne photography is notable for the splendid, marine views, the vater ef fects of sunlight and shadow being particularly well filmed. The man who wrote "The Faces Fast." the big dramatic hit now playing; in Chicago, is responsible for "The Code of the Yukon." tomor row's Castle picture. Mitchell Lewis, who did such splendid work in "The Farrier" and "The F.ar Minister." is the star of the romance of the Ca nadian northwest. MITCIILLL LI7WIS IV STOItV OF Tlir: NOItTI I Mitchell Lewis, a hip man and a good actor, has the leading role in "The Code of the Yukon," shown at the Lasalle today. It is a story of the Canadian north woods. The hero, Jean, is a rouph, unco-ith, but honest-hearted chap who seeks to avenpe a wrong done his sister. In "The Harrier," he had a somewhat similiar role and he is t-qdendU in the part of a romantic, heart-broken man of the woods. The piny is well cast and such good players as Tom Santschi, Vivian Rich and Arthur Morrison are seen, together with other mining and dance-hall charac ters necessary to a plav of this sort. The mountain scenery is wild and beautiful and has been well photo graphed. A one reel comedy adds to the propra m. Tuesday: Marpuerite Clark In "Out of the Clear Sky.' HOW TO START KKLIAVCI COAL WITHOUT KTVDLTVG. 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A CRACKERJACK, GOOD, BIG DOUBLE SHOW Presenting the Popular DUCK -in- "The Cook" We claim it' the funniest two reel comedy that jolly Fatty Arbuckle and his funny troupe of fun makers ever presented. Then comes the great and pow erful actor, Mitchell ratty m Lewis in one of the best six-reel dramas of the wild and woolly north that was ever shown on the screen, "Nine Tenths of the Law" This is truly a wonderful and woman and child. In fact, COOK" as second to none. Reeves, the famous child actor, seen in "Nine Tenths of the Law." Aho the strong rr.; ! the beautiI natural scener' that is worthy of ment'en. Take cur tin r.r.d don't rr, -grand big double attraction. Every day this week v.e have exceptionally tine she v.r. v? the daily papers. Extra Special Added At traction One cf the most clcyer and finny c comedies ever made, festunng our great comedian, Charlie Chaplin, ir "HOW CAPTURED THE KAISER." It's a scream. Dca't Pay Cash for Your Clothing. 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