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ty but vindicated by enlisting in~. the " 'o I time to start wearing a cap he wears Il
mrnav ssedhe apassmes.hisf"a- / + ~ it regardless of time, place or the th- =
pVecatvse, e sue i conEdCa pus I'Vhile er well known factor,. Then, the HUERIJ~TR I -
mand accompanied= by . a banker's U E wcso fwarn otcb________________
daughter wham he has secretly mar-_____________=___________
ried. While at sea his boat is torpe- tars, often attached, undoubtedly orig- *-
as Are. doed by a submarine and he 'and hisintduo acmps Thclegrt
wife are forced to trust to an open (By Frances Oberholtzer mateled aupo n amus.lTe acollege .
menalad aftrenuuselie.andas0a)I.D'"" 5O.
botfrsft.Do colge men set their. styles? stiff collar, like the flowers, has a way11Termidrothpcue ew
evens tat ranpireaftr h an hi Most certainly they do. We'll have to of wilting with the activity of the sun .=
d itswieav been taken aboard the sub-1 lm hm o ooe lewur (son), they abandoned it and now the ,
ariety marine and concludes with ttie terrific stand for it. Would any enterprising; tired business man is following in
thea- ;vengeance he wreaks on tho subma- young ,business man allow you tot rsea. 1I h ~ h1
aiging ritle captain. suggest that he might have' started tisterfetl. ouladihlt sy hat[7 1 lJA ..
gym- Dorothy Dalton takes the D~art of a the habit of, wearing galoshes-pre-wmnstye rciv ayiptu
utasy trained nurse in "The Market of ,ferably two sizes large with'.all buc- o h aps fcus hr r
Thn-Surs"t ppa ensday andte kiestiflyeing? in- few, very few, foolish 8ustoms, butIn t e W n er Gd n s
usageThrdyathMaetc Ccngo You might blame the sheeps.kin ln the style of most things that the fair In t e I in e G re 's
New York from the 'country to study ed coats upon the draymen and garb- disciple of coeducation bedecks her-'
oduc- her profession she is caught up by akag collectors, but you have to be self Fr V s in. .ec rmPri rsm
ier- fs e n et w rteso careful what you. say about labor nearer fashion center. It must be so
ier- eirWdifeet yps thes'e days. We might admit that far =fork who in planning a class dress for
and Complications which result bring,° coats may be traced to the ladies, but College women would eve pick ofit a. S fl_4 '
.some highly interesting action.lo o h ou o hm a ut us a n l. Nothing"
Breen spread.' Go out into the country and scholastic or even convenient about __ __ __ __I ,
ie of II. S. MARKNS PREPARING see the sturdy famer with a rich, that outfit. Then there is the* matter . x
It"l a a' oo ases. MAP OF BELLEAI WOODS, glossy garment madie from the ide of shoes: Nothing is dearer to tho' m ke odiafda toklie
Washington, March 6.-A large re- of the late lamented Bossy. heart of the college woman than her m a e " ''.
lien 'map of 'the section of Belleau Then take the recent craze for caps: long, slim, pointed AA's, but Paris = -
e the Wood in which United Staes Marines,'In the city, caps are worn when it is says it is time to change and already A niud Ha
rsendid such Revere and, heroic fighting deemed fitting and hats appear for the stocky, stubby French strap slip-
this during the war is being prepared by more formal occasions, but when a pers have appeared at they Union=
o be 'kMarine Corps topographical experts. college man once decides that it is struggles.

ge pro
)iwn A;
H ami

, wile se
their choice
nended relei
EY
America are
,d Hammer
d to appear
The first t,
tebody's Sa
Thursday n'
,s," with. wi:.
tar role, wil

weer
light,
l1iam
,11 be

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... ... .,L _- .,. ......

SUNDAY SHOWS

4 DAYS

claimed to be the
,cess of the 'year,
ay night. Sup.-
Dorothy Dickin,
wood, Isabel Irv-
Floyd Neal, Ray
,y and P'rank Syl-
as the wonderful
in matters of the
MVcGininis, a war
th a. Southern so-
doing Salvation
hind the lines in
returned and the

Commencing
TODAY

at
1:30
3:00
4:30
8:30 "

DAILY SHOWS
2:00'
3:30'
7:00
f 8:30

,....

MARY

PICKFORID

ment is introduced in the
Len she learns that he has
after she returns to~ Amer-
ly he appears in civilian
.s style of dress. and un-
ers 'make her ash amed of
.e denies the, relationship
3between them,
.ptaln is stubborn and has
eelings and so be deter-
inm himiself back into her
His repeated' rebuffs are
)f much humor, his wife
a merry chase and at last
1 another man~.
predecessors, " The Fire
nka," and "Sore Time,"
sSweetheart" is exquisite-
and mounted in gorgeous
he 'fun making in "Some-
theart" is comedy that
m situations rather' than
dialogue.
scenes' of the' play area
h the characters popular-
to Spain q zch as mata-
,dors, and other Spanish
principal players are, for
.rt, Americans. Somie of
s by 'Antonio Bafunno are,
Sweetheart," "It Gets
"Twinkle," and "'Girl of
ARCADE
,," a screen adaptation of
novel and Mary Pick-
Big Four" picture, is the
ing for the first four days
kt, beginning this after-
4 plans were resorted to
assure as much reality in
a~s possible, such as flid-
that would correspond V:.
Aunt Polly as described.
a section of a house was
said to be the largest sin-
g" ever built for a mo-
setting.
e picture more Whan 400
,red before the camera, a
of whom were not pro-
The "real" people were
to advertisement that the
apany wa$ going to stage
r. The hundreds of coun-
.o came to attend the fair
tionally made their screen

"POLL

YANNA"

I

x_

"In the annals of filmdom
"Pollyanna will doubtless
go-down as the big picture
of 1920"."
Exhibitors Heratd.
"We are glad that
it was Mary Pick-
ford that played
"Pollyanna" for we
should have hated
anyone else in the
part."1
N.. Y. Tribune.
"Must' be ranked as a

*"America is going to be
a happier place ; to live in

Il

as Mary Picford

in

"Pollyanna" swings
around the circle."
Ex. Trade Review.

46 m qy

"ayyPickford

/

was 'the original
"Glad Girl" long be-,
*fore Eleanor Porter

- w

decorated tesx

the six-

p

best- seller are

i
I11re

with "Pollyana."
N. Y. Eve. Globe,,'

4

11

4

-J

gem and

entitled - to

a

e between a
worite and a'
she twice
Shadows,"
will abpear
W4ednesday

"T. ere is only one dif-
ferencq between Mary
Pickford -in "Pollyanna'
and Mary Pickford in the
greatest of her 'early pic-
twres. She has a better
vehicle in which to play."
N. Y. Telegraph.

place of honor among the
classics of the screen."
Moving Picture World.

WRY PICI1sFr'ORD

I

ORCHESTRA MUSIC
All shows Sunday
Evening shows
Daily

e

THE ARCADE PAID MUCH MORE FOR THE RENTAL OF THIS
FILM THAN ANY PICTURE BOOKED HERETOFORE, YET IS
CHARGING AN ADMISSION OF ONLY 40c FOR 1ADULTS AND
20c FOR CHIL1DREN.j

Christie Comedy
WATCH YOUR
BryPictograph

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