Evening-7:oo, 8:oo and o:oa
Atern -o 5 ad 4:oo
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
ThrFi-22-3-W. S. Hart in "The
Hell-Houndoaska." Also Holoes
Travels and Comedy, "He Got His."
Sat 24-Mrs. Veoon Cattle in "Th
'Myseios Client" Alo Nes ad-
Comedy, "On the Jump.' .
Sun-Mon-02-26-'Lioa Cavalseri s -
- Consd, ;ired."
"Love's 4;ret." As rslr
TuesWed,-y-o Loeise Glaum in
"Shakled." Also Comedy, "What's -
Th r-Fri-29-3,-Douglas Fairbanks in
"r. 'Fiit." Alo HolmesosTraels-
a d.Cosedy, "Adam and Lone veo
Afternoon-2:o and 4:nn
Evening-:oo, 8:n and o:oo
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
Tus-'-Vlin1 ain i "TI )Fair
Babaian." Als Cedy(Rt.)
Thur-Fri-2223-William Desmond in
Itel's End." AlsOHery Soy.
Sa -2-onore Salbry in Hands
Down." Also News and Comedy.
Sun-Mon-5-6-RoyStewart in "By
Proxy." Also Serial 13, "Vengeance
and the Woman"1
Tues 27-Geraldie Farrar in "The
Deil Stone." Also Comedy (Ret.)=
Wed-28-Doothy Dalton in "ove
L Iettes." Alo Comedy (Rt.)
Thu-Fi-.20-3- Aoma ERens in
"False Ambition." Also O'enry
SHOWS AT 3:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
ngn Unless Otherwise Specified.
PROGRAM FOR AUGUST
Thurs-Fri--a-23-Mae Marsh in "The
Glorious Adventure" and Christie
Comedy, "Here Comes the Groom."
Sat-24-Edward Earle and Agnes
Ayres in "One Thousand Dollars"
and GDeCoedy, "The Cub and
the asy Chas."
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The plan which it appears the gov-
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What will be the result of these
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