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October 31, 1919 - Image 4

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BIG DOUBLE BILL--AY ALLISON IN "FAIR AND . WARMER" AND HEN RY SANT]

R EY AND HIS JAZZ BAN[

This is ihe Maid
Youacani teil she is-U~Jj,
Bud Ihals about all
For you cant tell her much"

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This is the cocktai
That peps things upy_
Onre taste,-and you thinto
fA &ira.Ffe is apup !

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FAIR.ADUAMR
Avex yrIlopwrood's 'Most Jll larious F'arce

When you hear SANTREY'S BAND
you will be treated to regular -JAZZ music.
You will be amazed at the number when each
member of the band apparently loses his senses in
the wildly exhilerating clash, bang and blast of
the jazz and performs acrobatic stunts with each
syncopated note. Starting off with .the haunting
melody of the primitive jungle savages, with the
deep thunderous beat of the tom-tom. and wild
shriek of violins, the selection bursts into jazz such
as has, never been heard before. A saxaphone
whirls thru. the air, the bass violin player rolls
-upon the stage with his massive instrument, the
trombone player performs awe inspiring gymnas-
tics and to watch the trap drummer is exactly like
trying to watch a three-ring circus," and all this
time not a single note in the untamed syncopation,
unprecedented, melodious, rhythmical and con"
cordant, is missed.

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You'll agree that it's the
novelty hit of the season

This musical novelty, together, with the
splendid photoplay
"FAIR AND WARMER"'
will furnish a delightful two hours' entertainment.

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A Warning to Husbands-
Don't be too perfect, else your wife may lose
interest in you. Take a lesson from May Alli-
son's husband in this picture.

And heres poky Billy.-
A xeal ,model spouse
13ut cne sip of Ihe cockdadl
Made Billy a souse!

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scream from gong fo gong
it h-uris you to liaUgh Sa
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xustmLL and triue
could she do it
font see'-, do you? ;

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NOTE THE CHANGE IN TIME OF
BEGINNING THE PERFORMANCES-
2:00, 4:00, 7:00 and 9:00.

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Adults 50c, Children

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