109 S. MAIN ST.
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20,330, 7:00,8:30, 10:0
Sat-21-All star cast in "The 13th
Chair" (retuirn date), also a screen~
Sun-Mn-22-23-Nazimova in "Out of
the Fog" with a comedy.
William Farnum in "Heart Strings."
Shirley Mason in "The Elephant Man."
"Gay Old D~og."
William Russell in "Shod with Fire."
THURSDAY,, FEBRUARY 26
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MIGHT FEB 21
SCENE FRO1M "ON TrHE HIRING YANF," F+EATURING MAY IRWIN, H4AR-
VEY O'HIGGINS, AND HARRIETS FORD, WhIIICH WILL B3E PRODUC-
ED BY GEORGE C. TYLER THIS EVENING AT TH E AWITINEY.
4 ' U .
I SE ATS NOW SELLING
LOWER FIAOR $2.50
ie1y, direct from the
.er, N. Y.
as and Harriet Ford
T~he S tage
George C. Taylor)
--Seats Now Selling
"On~' the Hiring Lie,' to be pro-
duced, this evening at the Whiney by
George C. Tyler, is the only close
rival to "Clarence," Tyler's other coin-
edyr hit. "On. the-.Hiring Line" has,_i
anything, a more brilliant cast. than
"Clarence" and Mr.' Tyler, is to 'be
ceredited with having revealed two
new players with stellar ability. M\ay
Irwin has been. accustomed to seeing
her name alone in electric' lights,' but
Harvey O'Higgins an~d Harriet Ford
threaten to raise them~selves up to her,
must have a'pull, in order to win suc-
ces~s on. the stage is all wrong," says
Miss IMaud Fayles who plays in "Exh-
perience," which will be presented
'tuesday evening at the Whitney 'by F.
R. Conistosk and Morris Gest.
"'A girl s'hould be clever, beautiful
and talented, with a natural aptitude
for acting, but most women are born,
actresses anyhow. The big thing is
opportunity. If that is seen-~and rec:
ognized, at the proper tine, the path-
way to success is made a great deal
'~ Th Sreen.
"The .popular impression that a, girl
'Playing opposite Marguerite Clark
in "A Girl Yam~ed Mlary,' is W"allace
astory of laughter, love and tears
Girl Named Mary",
1er Name Rhymed With Contrary!
So did she. As poor as a church mnouse:. Yet, when her real motmher
found her after years of searching,- offered her wealth-arne- beau-
tt11 clothes-did Mary accept?
Mac~onald who is said' to have se-
Scured his first motion picture engage-
ment as the result of a" "handsomest.
2man" contest., This brought! him to the'
ate to f a flm p o u e n i became a leading man showing ability
2from the start.
2His role in "A' Girl Named M1ary,"
'is thamt of a foreman printer, a loyal'
Sgood-hearted fellow in love with~ they
2pretty stenographer her oine, played
_ by Marguerite Clark, The picture is.
.: taken from 'a story, by Juliet Wilor:
Contrary, to popular cu,~om, the
,=her~o in "His Wife's Money," to feature
SEugene O'Brien again today at the
=,Arcade, refuses to assist, and actually
2hinders, his wife in spending her
2quarter of a& million dollar' income.
- 'Brien appears as a young mining
2engineer who woos and wins a young
heiress. Their 'wedding 'arouses the
e ~nmity of the bride's guardian w-ho was
~ also a suitor. The heiress insists on
l living~ beyond her, husband's means
with interesting ;results. Zena Keefe
Splays opposite O'Brien.
2"flEIIWIf OF. TIHE EAsT"'WILT,
IE SUBJECT OF TALK S UN D.1Y
SProf. Homer B~. lHubert of Spring-
=field, .Mass~, will speak on "The Bel-
gium of the East" Sunday nigh at
2the Presbyte'rian''church, following the
union services in Hill auditorium at
which. he will be the chief speaker.
2Rev. S. A. Beck, wyho with Prdfessor
=Hubert, was an eye witness of the
2Korean massacres'.of the last twenty
2years, will also talk.
Endeavors will be made' to arouse
interest 'in the Korean movement,
'which, is being fostered here. by0 the
2Federation of Religious Workers.
A CHANCE FOR GOOI) VATS
2 Are you dissat~ifled with your
2meals?. If' so, try a new idea-tasty
2vegetarian meals, cooked by an ex-
2 pert. Only best quality foods used.
Good variety. Something to learn
1 aout 'food combination. Try them
for one week-you will be surprised.
Lunch at noon-dinner at six P. M.
SWrite now a~s space is limited. Veg-
h etaria.ns, care of Daily.-Ady.
YOUTH WITH WnI.
9o sc Y Most,'&'ondeyJuI Play in Ameica
CECk°1PANVC ®OP .NOW IN-"$ ITS
82 PEOPLE 6TYH YEAR
00 (2~ O NTIU
SCENESA 5\ SCCE.SS
'She' did not! Acted up: Ran away,
love affair, anid won 'em all when she did it.
Extra Added Feature
Tangled 'em all in a queer
Better come and see !
Biaver and, Better this year than ever- befo
F ,bdrate Scenic Effec s- New Costume
Cr arsd by the Clergy arm Cos to Coa~
;gs Comedy Special
TT- A 'XT v11
Adults 25c, Children l Oc
kle Two Show
P RICES- Lower Floor $2.0-Balcony $1.5
SEAT SALE SATURDAY MORNING.