Newspaper Page Text
w a.... Bronchitis
"There is no disease that should cause more anxiety in the home than Bronchitis, for if neglected in the earlier stages it often becomes chronic and may even prove fatal. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the medicine for this disease, and if given in regular doses will relieve the cough, ease the pain, remove the difficulty in breathing apd produce a free and easy expectoration, thus reducing the inflammation. Old people, and those who have weak lungs, cannot be too careful in guarding against this disease. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy strengthens the throat and lungs and makes them less susceptible to changes of the atmosphere. In fact, the use of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy will prevent an attack of Bronchitis becoming chronic,” OjowV*/ 7JcaJ*JL — ' CENTRAL THEATRE -■ ___ _ » TODAY te Selig Polyscope Company of America presents Tom Mix sup. •ted by Louella Maxani and Sidney Jordan In a new and refresh. ) play of the plains entitled “THE SADDLE GIRTH" " "‘‘n the KALEM COMPANY presents ^ HAM and BUD “THE BOGUS BRIDE” MISS BILLIE RHODES IN "HIS FRIEND THE ELEPHANT ' THE BIG COMEDY DRAMA. "THE BOOB." "SEEING WESTERN AMERICA" FILM. Essex Park dlub House | NOW OPEN > Dinher Parties Served on Short Notice Chicken Dinner a Specialty PHONE RURAL 9513 II V.«L.U Young and Sullivan Detective Agency f All work guaranteed. Everything strictly confidential. Office open from 8 a m. to 12 m.: 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Call 1621 any time at right, j Have our own car and never sleep. Always on the job. YOUNG & SULLIVAN. James LGraham i LAWYER. Office Citizen* National Bank Bid* •non* 74a ' _ I PETE AND JIM Serve Hot Chili Piping hot and well seasoned. The fJue*,t Chid ever served hers. L HOT LUNCH OUR SPECIALTY i Cal| at Our New Place. . (12 Central Ave. Sumpter Little Bldg is . LI-VO-NA SALVE. For all forma of skin troubles, sores, it'h ami eruptions. Unexcelled for piles Antiseptic, germicide. All druggist>; l_'~,c per box. Moore Drug Co. :>-27-t£ Expert KODAK finishing Sorrells Drug Co. tf. Williams’Kidney and Liver Pill* Rave you overworked your uerrom ayntera arid caused truubb wru yobr kidneys ami liver? Wave yuu pai.F in loins, aide and bark? Have you a fleJbl»y avpearaoco of Uie face and under uJi cyiv>' If t->, un« WILLIAMS’KIDNK\ \HU LTVKF i>ILLS. Wot aale by ail «i; uggihif*. Price bO cent*. WILLIAMS MFC. CO ps., Cleveland, Uhi* i Sl id by l • i ul i" lore. Hoi Spi >nya , I r I r 1 ) BIG VARIETY PROGRAM | AT CENTRAL TOilAY MANY STARS IN NEW CENTRAL'S SMASHING PROGRAM INCLUD. ING TOM MIX, HAM AND BUD MISS BILLIE RHODES AND AND SIDNEY JORDAN The New Central today presents the two fun makers. Ham and Bud, in n new oin entitled. The Bogus Bride " Feeling much mil of place in Potts ville, the mi-si married pla c under j tile stin. Ham and Bad decide on a little team work a- the nest means of attaining the tree eats, the free home stead and Hie other free things of fared to every couple embarking upon the sea of matrimony. After a twlce-over shave and the use ol cosmetics, paid qualifies for the job of posing as Ham's hottei hall Now for the parson It requires all of Ham's ingenuity to produce a riirr, hut he floes it. and I he twain are made one Amid cheers, the schemers set off for the homo donated by the Anti Single League of Pottsville, Crocodile County. Ham olrjei t.s to his w ife” using tobacco in any form and a fight on sues. HAM *iid Bf't? h is reported !a the constable and poor Ham is ihrown into the villag • loci; up Uy flirting with the sheriff. Hud manages to gel Ham out of jail. \s Ham makes a flying leap for the passing freight he pulls Hud's dress off. hut it is too lute lor the chag rined PottBvillr.n; io do more than shake their lists til the fast fadili fjpures of our inerpid explorers Tom Mix appi urs iri a Western drama entitled "The Saddle Girth" an Intense story of the West. Miss Billie Rhodes will he seen in "My Friend, tin* K1 pliant." and ih" program closes with "Seeing West eru America" and "The Boob" a com edy drama of tears and lnii-hs. ‘•A SMILE IN EVERY DOSE." Li Vo Na Fills act on Liver, tones up Stomai li and Nerves. Small and mild. All druggists. Price 2r.o per bottle Moore Drug Co. 12" tf - n— WANTED. To purchase for ca-h old and rare books and iloeumenls CVU at your residence. Please state e-bout how many volumes you have lor sale. Call Wyatt's Hook Store, or phone 3#(h •> . O ’ _r » SPECIALS—Tutti-frutti and maple ice cream. The Pasteurised Milk Co. 3-22-tf. , (| f f ROYAL THEATRE Grace Cunard and Francis Ford in THE PURPLE MASK The most sensational feature in 10 the city' today. [s •A STUDIO STAMPEDE.” Oj A funny two.reel comedy. REEL LIFE JUNE CAPRICE IN A j CHARMINli IMPISH ROLE SPLENDID FOX DRAMA AND TWO AMATEUR VAUDEVILLE SHOWS AT PRINCESS TODA The Prince-s offers its usual hi: double show on Satunla;.. with a ina : nifi i nt William Fox drama, featur ing beautiful and captivatin' ".lime Caprice," and ai night there will lie two big amateur vaudeville shows June firist (June Cuprieeo. vows u ‘ Mild, Frank thinks, will give Mis lit tie friend a foster mother. list dale tell- June Frank’s sister is the teacher's wile, June believes him, and when Frank conies to in troduce Mis sister she drives him a wav The ba >y clears up the misunder standing June hears the child call for "I'ncle Frank June tells dale he lied lie attacks Ih r in i a- Frank returns for the baby Frank rescues June and as the little wild spirit nestles in his I arms presents his sister to the "best little virl in the world " At night there will be many new faces in the vaudeville shews, uml JUNE CAPRICE DIRECTION WILLIAM FOX girlish oath never to attend school Hut that is tiefore Frank Trent (Frank Morgan I undetakes to teafh in th wild Southern niosntnins. June soon finds other attraction Ilian love of learning in attending Frank’s school. Their friend-hip soon grows into love. Hob (bile t K! hard Neill t. a rough mountaineer, grows jealous and plans revenge June's father (Tom Krnokei dies, and Frank undertakes to father the little girl. The arrival of his sis ter (Florence Crawford!, and he this see;ion of the program is a big one. lien Havne. singer and dancer;. Mi'key Russell, tile dancing liid; RiIiIn Allen, vocalist; Ruth Storey, the year (dll pianist; the Newsboy Trio, William Nichols, the dancing tool: Manuel ROmatn, singer, and Hub} Kle her in a new offering, comprise' the wintleville talent that will be of fered for your approval. The price- for Saturday are After noon, -"i and la cents; night, 10 and 20 cents. * LIBERTINE” LARGE PATRONAGE POWERFUL PRODUCTION WITH JOHN MASON. LAST TIME AT LYRIC TODAY. "The Libertine," with John Mason, the distinguished star, closes a three days’ exhibition at the Lyric today. Very large crowds were attracted .<v the name of the star and also the peculiar and unusual feat in s of the | play The various dramatic moments in the play appealed with great effect and frequent applause gave evidence of sympathetic and popular character of the production. It was interesting to watch the crowds in the lobby and in front of the tVater discussing the variou merits of the production, .some were very much taken with the acting others with the beautiful scenes in rich homes and exclusive places of amusement, and still others though* it was a very thrilling story, and that everything came out just right. Kvery one seemed to agree that it was well worth seeing over and over as it con tained sensations anil s-cues ihat one might never have the opportunity of seeing and feeling in this lile. What the critics of the metropolitan press think of "The Libertine" is shown by the following quotations: Strong and gripping story of mod ern life \ A surprise finish conies like a breath of June roses, tiring close to the hearts of the audience a power ful and timely moral N V Evening Journal. John Mason lias never done any thing better, and Alma Hanlon was beautifully! effective The kind of picture to ultra i rapacity house. N Y Tribune. Every man. woman and child in this' great land of ours should -eo ’"Ilf* Libertine." It leaves a lasting im pression and a commendable one.— N Y Star. Held the breathless attention of the large audience from start to finish. N Y. Times. Next week the l.yrii has been for tunate in serurlns a return engagement of the talented and popular "(linger dirls Company of musical comedy artist-, and this company will open a week s engagenn nt at the Lyric Mon day. There will lie three shows daily by the “(linger dirls" Company each day next week. Matinee p. m. general admission. 15c. to all Two shows at night, starting ;i£ 7:1.-, and it: 15. general admission 15 cents reserved seats 25 cent- Con pons for reserved seats for the night show- tan be obtained at the box of-I flee at :i o'clock each afternoon. NOTICE. 1 shall return home In a few weeks to beg n an active and vigorous raui iwign lor circuit Judge. JAS L. GRAHAM (Advt.) . 3-22-tf | ) ROYAL THEATER. Kpisode lour of I he super-serial is entitled Facing Death." and lca\ the hero. Detective I’hil Kelly, in a situation in which he is powerless, lor all his •levenii to aid himself, j 11 a I. who has teased, mocked and out I w itted him at everj turn, here take ! his part against their common enemy As the pi lure fades we see her struggling to rest ue her would-he cap tor from a horrible death. I’receding this, there is one ait' the most terrific free-lor-all encounters, which even Ford and t'unard have ever staged And all their admirers know whit thev can do wheii they t irn their at t til ion to the proper filming of a screen encounter. To continue the re cital of the thrilliua incidents of thi - episode in reverse order the fight is preced' d in turn, by a studio supper in the Latin quarter, which re alls the celebrations in that famous novel of Parisian student life. 'Trilby." In connection with this great fen lure, tlie two reel comedy, "A Studio Stampede, " and a single reel will be show n STOCKHOLDERS' (MEETING. N ■ h»*rr*l>v nu**ti tii.it tin* nr. m .,| sik!i*jl«l‘ !v m»Mitiiik of tli*' N»*w y. ik 11-11>• i iv. win b«* li»*ltl in the of t . ' i *lw Kastman Hotel. Monday. Awl 1 I'M 7 at ! 1 nVlork a m for tin* •i- ( 11 • J nt I f.inl Of till #*• ‘ l Ol'-H t*» HI'IV'' fi i tin* ••nsiiins vm ami for the tiau* n. linn nt' M b other laiKhvss a mn> lawfully nmi'' before them. JOi: \v roRUlNOTON. 3-25-1 at Secretary. 1 TODAY I FINE SUNNY DAYS ARE COMING. SO PUT AWAY YOUR UM BRELLAS AND GOLOSHES AND SEE June Caprices THE SUNSHINE MAID IN THE CHARMING WILLIAM FOX PHOTOPLAY TODAY, I A CHILD OF THE WILD I Amateur Vaudeville Sm TWO BIG AMATEUR VAUDEVILLE SHOWS AT NIGHT— Effi MANY NEW FACES. MICKET RUSSELL. H BEN BAYNE. The Dancing Kill. Singing ami Dancing. RUTH STOREY, H EDDY ALLEN, Five year-old Pianist R Singing. , WM MICHAELS, R THE NEWSBOY TRIO. The Dancing fool, jtt Classy Voc alists. i BABY FLESH ER, R MANUEL ROMA IN. *Our little singer, ltack after a R Singing. long absence. BB ’RICES—AFTERNOON. 5 AND 15 CENTS: NIGHT. 10 AND 15o. LYRIC-Last Time Today MISSION AT ST. MARY’S CHURCH CENTRAL AVENUE MARCH 18 TO APRIL I GIVEN BY DOMINICAN FATHERS MASSES—SUNDAYS AT 8,9 AND 10:30: WEEK DAYS AT 7 AND 8; EVENING SERVICES AT 7:45. Auditorium week Commencing Monday April 2 DAILY MATINEES OrilfMd to *lnk * freut liner ( »unt rr.linsml. c u rn inttM.hu* a Mill inuriup. picture* Che horrible run«r Miieutea of nuiIi an a« t and refuse* to obey his Kins Hi* rrrw In turn mu tmir* against him and there ensue* a lerrifie struggle in « h I c h I er.hnund triumph*. He re '.urns home a sin rrre n.JuMilf of The torpedoing of the o <• e t* n grey hound ah neon bv him. the hund-to hand battle with the war-mad crew heneath tli* wav**; Ihe destruction bv hi* own hand of the death engine which lie command* — these combine to give one of the More* of thrills In PDIPCC MATINEES—LOWER FLOOR. 50c: BALCONY, 25c. I txtv^tliD NIGHT—LOWER FLOOR, 75c: BALCONY, 50c.