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THE DAILY COUB.1KK, TUESDAY, AI-MUL. ',), isns. (Hks THE PAKA.MOUXT. Children Cry for Fletcher's "CAPTAIN OF HIS SOU!."--A five part Triangle feature in* which William Desmond appears in the leading role, supported br' an all star cast, is bfins shown today. The story has to- io with. Horace aad Henry Boyce. each believing the other to be. tiie murderer of the man who wrecked their father's business. They fall in love -with the same girl, who proves tOr ; }je the daughter of the murdered man. Henry seeing that Horace is the favored suitor, -in a passion of jealous raga denounces him as the murderer, but it develops that neither Is the guilty man. and Horace wins his bride. A selected comedy is' included. ".Tomorrow, Alonrde Salisbury and Ruthf Clifford will appear ,in "Hungry Eyes," a five-part Bluebfrdi attraction. Thursday, Alice Brady, tie chinning screen actress will da seen in "The Spurs of 'Sybil." She Â·will be -supported by John-'Bowers, admired by screen- patrons. Friday ,-uad Siurday Norma Tataadga will be. featured.in "The Secret of the Storm Country," one. of the bigges-i photo- j pray-'successes in which the Celebrated star has ever appeared. The Kind Ton Hare Always Bought has borne tlii signature of Cljas. 11. Fletcher, and lias been made under hits personal supervision for over 3O years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" arc but experiments, and itiidauger the health oS Children--Experience against Experiment. What is Castorlft Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare. poric, Drops and Soothlnff Syrups. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. For more than thirty years it hns been in constant use fortlio relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness- arising therefrom, and ly regulating the Stomach anil Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; jrivinjr healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea--The Mother's Friend, The Kind You Have Always Bought t Bears the Signature of DEPOT! KIT. In Use For,Over 30 Years THE cnrrwra cowunr, new TOBK cmr. "INTOLERANCE"--Tonight D. \V. m^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^*^^a Griffith's'"Intolerance" will make its , ' L laet--appearance-. at the Orph'eum. __ . Â· -- ^ ^ __ . _ Â·Â·^franÂ«"-has^n class'ed^asthe THOUSANDS OF KNITTED Â·wonder of the dramatic world. Not only-is-it a triumph of dramatic art! and staging genius, but it is a marvel j of big figures and achievements. As Â·a thrilling, pulsating,,three hours of entertainment it. takes first rank. From the rise of the curtain until the ARTICLES TURNED OUT BY RED CROSS, REPORT SHOWS That menibers of the Connellsville crashing climax oC the final act it Chapter of the Red Cross and holds the spectator in- an almost auxiliaries, Dunbar, Pennsville, Vaa- breathless spell of interest and sus- jKinse. It has been said that if the average Broadway success is -worth two dollars, then "Intolerance' is Â·Â·worth, ten. But Mr; Griffith doesn't charge what the play is worth, rather be has scaled the prices so that it is Â·within the means of everybody to at- tvmd either an aftemon or evening performance. The present opportuni- i - - is the only one that local theatre goers will get to BCD the work for so great is the demand for it by other cities that no return dates will be , this season. THE S01SS05. "THE MINISTER'S WIFE/*--As shown by the Cheter Bishop Players at the Soisson yesterday proved ro be the best liked of the three plays Â· shown by this excellent company and. ,t is plain to be seen why this comedy met with such success when played road br Mildred Holland, -for whom the piece was written. Marcaret Strayer Jones, who wrote the play, his woven into 'her story the sensational elements of comedy, dramatic situations and heart. interest. The play seems exceptionally w'bll adapted for use by stock companies, as all of the parts are good ones. Tire _ cn_ttre_strensth of the Chester Bishop - Flayers has not been called upon to better advantage. Mr. Bishop is creating new friends by the score for his- excellent rendition of the iart of . the country minister. Virginia Dun; eaii'.plays vry naturally the part of -Â· "ATrts Merrill, created by Mildred Hol- 1-Jaria. Helen Aubrey, Ethel June and MUSTARINE ISeltrr Than a TJnstarfl Plaster, Kills All Vain and KDls It Faster. BlR Box Only 2oc. RHEUMATISM If you,will just try Beffy's llustarine once for the agonizing pain, the Â£na.w- ins. the t-winffes and swollen joints ytm will have-no use for plasters, roulttcea, linlmentr "or iJiaX tea r_emec!le* of any kind. Â· mrtnrinr Ilnjt (Tha*- " Don't send Â«i toy to 'do a man's work. If you are tortured with rheumatic pains let srood. old powerful Miistarine case the pain in. a .mir\utetf. It will not bjl3Â£eÂ£i' but ~oh, ' t h e - blessed relief I t brings to thousands of sufferers from nenraJfTiiu lumbago, gout, sore throat, chest colds; barkncbft, chilblains, frosted or inflamed feet- Ask f o r Bejry's | ."rfastarine--the original substitute fcr , th* mustard plaster, made of real, yd- j -low trmntard--*xo substitute 8 - . " t swoater; Virginia Miller, tvro pairs of wristleU; .%frs. Anna Neff. -Miss ! Pear! Oliver, ytrs. Cou^itenour, each ; derbih and Ohiop-lo, have been doing; one pair of wristlets; Mrs. Mary Dun- , Â·splendid work is shown by the large | lop, 97 years old, knit a sweater and number of knitted articles shipped to Red Cross headquarters, .From September 1, last, to April 1. the number of knitted articles ship- pod is as follows: Sweaters, 1.012; sc-cks, 630 pairs; wristlets, 696 pairs; mufflers, 290; trench caps, 52. donated a muff lor which she also knit. The ladies of the First Presbyterian church donated tivo ambulance robes, and the Star class of the Meth- otlisi Protestant Sunday school, of which Mrs. Jobc.^ is teacher, one. An urgent appeal is sent out for During the month of .March, the fol- | good wool sock.- which are essential lowing articles were knincd: Sweat-j to the soldiers in trenches and t o ! ers, 290; socks, 170 pairs; wristlets,! meet the needs all who can knit socks I ITS pairs; mufflers, .32. Donating lo | should produce as many pairs as pos-j this shipment were: Mrs. J. C. Stauf- jsible. For those i'iio wish to learn fer, ?2; Philip Freeruaa Chapter '.instructions are gffen every "Wednes- Daugbters of ibe Revolution, two j day at the Red Cross headquarters. 3weater; Mrs. TV. U V,'right, one' Will LaKiac have'three fine comedy parts which they play very well. Fred Barron pave a splendid performance j of the "old deacon," a part well suited ; to him. The performance as- a whole | is a delightful one and you cannot go ; astray by seeing this dandy comedy, j Mr. Bishop announced a pink tea on ! the stage after the Wednesday mati- I nee. THE AACADJti. Bubbling over with real rural wit and fun. "Simcife" Myers, wfth. the Mersereau's Submarine Girls at the Arcade yesterday kept a fair si'/.cd audience in a continuous uproar. He is naturalness itself, and does not over-do his character, a country bay. Many persons said Jast night that he was the funniest rube actor they havo ever seen. The btH was "Election Day in SplivensTille," which will rank with the high-class rural farce comedies as it has a nice plot, and is one of the best shows of the kind ever seen in Coniiellsville. None of the characters are overdrawn. "ft'ally Merserau makes a deacon the type of which is found in any Tillage and his wife makes a modern village belle. George Morse as the storekeeper, is good, as was-BHly Powers as "the tramp. The latter Ia;:t night got four encores on his song, "Wiore tbe Morning Glories Grow," and Mr. Morse pot two encores on tus "Continuous Show" 11 parody. The Elliot sisters took three encores and a bow OD their song and dance. Tbe comedy throughout the show is good, the plot consistent, the costuming and singing fair and it is well mounted in a. special country store .fretting. Charlie Chaplin was cm the screen In "Korean." a" two'reel scream. Both show and picture will be repeated today. The performance was oohance4 by the brilliant accompaniment nnrl piano concert by George Boycr Ballard. until recently pianist at the Grand Opera Honse, Pittsbtirg. Mr, Ballard will be at the Arcade for .thtf nest two weeks. Â· Â· . Hell Phone -KO. 21$ \ fith St. TRANSFER COMPANY General Light and Heavy Hauling. 7/)cal and Long Distance Moving. JAMES W. STRANGE (,'(ial r.nd Coke. Comwllsville. Â· J..N. 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