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   Moberly Democrat (Newspaper) - July 27, 1919, Moberly, Missouri                                HOBKRLY MO DEMOCRAT SUNDAY JULY 27 1919 SPECIAL ENLARGEMENT MONDAY AND TUESDAY J Stuart Blacktons Masterful Production adies and Misse with SYLVIA BREAMER HERBERT RAWLINSON The situations tense the climaxes doubtedly the greatest play of the season We guarantee it to our patrons HAROLD LLOYD in JUST NEIGHBORS good one A VERY HIGH CLASS MUSICAL OFFERING Love in A YANKEE PRINCESS PERILS OF THUNDER MOUNTAIN and Vaudeville ADVANCE iti FYatiirc Adapted fiohi ular Novel Dedicated to Muv garet Mayo by Until Holt ijoticicault The novel The Substince of His from which J Stuart Blacic tdus nawost siipcrioatiire A House Divided which comes to the Grtuid theatre Monday and Tuesday has been adapted was written by Until Holt author of many popular romancesand dedicated by her to Margaret Mayo the play wright The boolc was copyrighted and lirstprinted in 10J4 It proved such an immediate success that sec ond and third editions wove issued within the mouth of original publi cation The dedication is a poem reading 1Friends of my Heart out oC the years behind ns intelligent individuals prominent fictionally in thu social ard political life of London The novel was brought to Commodore IJlacktons attention sortie months afro feel Ing that itoffered exceptional screen possibilities he immediately acquir ed the picture rights and held the novel until such time as it accorded with liis plans the film version which called A House Divided and was produced by him from Anthony Paul PI ifff ft Cf T7 5 H CLASS HA I RED T 1 Schools in Xcw Ijuiid the oi inc ami rrotsky Boston schools in July Bolsheviki which the seeds of class or of Three Faces Kast the cur rent stage and scores oi film features is said to have retained in his scenario nil the decisive situa tions in the development oi the story besides using many of its most dramatic lines for subtitles The story had no suggestion ol the war and though the adaptation brings it tip to date and sots iis ac tion in London and France the war does not enter into the dovolop Ive icked and wcavert this chain of leaves for you Knowing its little worth except to bind UK With one tie move which time can not undo you jr was the girt and yours the tHith unbroken tjte assailed and lite but wocked my tears Take now my thanks and though so sligh tiio tfUen My love lhal glows still greater ihroilKh Mi years The author apparently found her irispjration and title for lie in a cjnotation 1voin Thf SOUK of gongs to the effect thai many wtl PTS cannot love nor ciin iln1 floods drown it if i man give nil tin substance of his house Jove i would utterly be condemned On this theme shebuilt i dramatic story oC love marriase and divorce clKiracters being interesting and Kellys adaptation Mr Kelly authj hatred are sown in the minds ol lit lle children hardly out of tlie tod el line use are operating here and in several other New England cities In these schools or classes bitter hatred for therich is instilled inuo tJio minds of the tiny pupils They are taiight to sing To hell with the are told that the whole world is their heritage that banker are robbers and above all that the singers are slaves of the cap italistic claws It is contended that taught the Bolshevist principles from babyhood the pupils will grow up in the bslicl that the doctrine is stronger than anything else Give us one generation oi cliU clron to train to maiihood and woin auhood iyaici a in one of the Boston schools and we will set up the bolslievist form oi soviet govern ment The powerful influence oE the teachings of the Bolshevik was shown recently during a recess at one of the big public schools hera teachers were amazed to hear their pupils singing The peoples flag is deepest rctl It shrouded all our martyred dead And ere their limbs grew still and cold Their hearts blood dytd its every fold Then raise the scarlet ahuulard high Within its shades we live and die Tlio cowards cringe and traitors sneer Well keep the Red here These children who sung lustily1 and in time were all pupils or Bostons schools of Bolshevism One of the class rooms in a build mocl The only liint of lln conflict is in the closing scenes when the heroine and ifer hushaiu arc reunit ed in the ruins oE their French home afterthe former has been 1onnd by the other woman who has been a canteen worker and a friend who has served as a British oflicer The cast selected by Coinmodore Bhiukum to present the principal characters includes lhe Blackton stars Herbert RawliiiKon and Syl via Dreamer JMcut x lAwrence Grossmith little Charles and Violet Hlackton William Humphrey Eric Jfayne Sriilie Crule and MaricBurk Jack riirtin assisted Commodore IJlacktoit on the production work Also Harold Uoyd in one ot his niost funniest comedies Just Neigh bors iiul Inrclassy vaudeville act Tlu Strond Trio an excellent musi olToiing making a hip nil fea iiiro bill at the Grand Mondayand Tuesday several signs One of those which is done in red and white yellow and green says Workers of the World Unite You have Nothing to Lose and a World to Gain Long live the Bolshevist is the inscription another sign boars The system us explained bygone of the teachers of anarchy and revolu tion is to start the children iu spe cially organised Sunday schools in which the elementary principles are taught Later the pupils are ad vanced to the liolshevistic schools proper where tJiey receive more ad vajiced lessons in class hatred Iu the early stages ofUieiredu cation the childrea are taught revo lutionary songs of which the follow ing is a typical example We1 want oi the whole world full control Well have nothing leys than the whole All value we make ami the whole well take1 And the Ume to levaop thei whole The following is another song cal culated to arouse the enthusiasm of the pupils to work for the Now Mister at last be gan to see their game So he thought it was a shame but he found he was to blame So he works away for liis meagre pay in the same old putrid air But he preaches liell with tho millionaire His crooked schemes have made me wise 001710 oa you bunch and organize And well confiscate the bank on the The existence oC these schools is known to the authorities Dr Payson Smith head of the state board of education declared that they are a disgrace and that something should be done Misses and Ladies lOc Hosiery Valuesyou lincl only here Wev as usual are leading the procession in low priced hosiery as well as in the better grades Ladies white or black fine rib bed knit cotton hose that usually sell for 15c and 20c pair all sizes pair lOc Mens white brown black blue and lavender cotton hose seamless toes and tops equal to iriost 20chose regular2 for 35c now pair IQc Childrens Black or WhiteHosp Fine or medium ribbed childreiis cot ton hose cheap at 20c pair while they last pair 15c Infants ribbed cottonhose all sizes whiteor black pair15c Ladies 25c Hose White or Blacky Two Pairs 35c Durhani Durable ladies white black cotton hose well worth 25c pair and sold for 25c elsewherespecial price two pairs for35c Ladies 50c Silk and Lisle Hose Our extra leaders wherein we excell all others Brown black gray palm beach and white rsilk boot hose very scarce at pair 50c Same colors in meixerized weight lisle thread hose and beautiful worth purprice 50c i Other Hosiery Specials seamedvback mercerized lisle regular 50c values all wanted col pair 35c Mens 20c brown and gray cotton 2 pair 25c I J Ladies extra qualiEy silk fiose in field mouse gray bVown black corda jiavy and pahii bocli colors pair I 75c and Summer Underwear 3 of surpassing quality and cheapness We can supply all kinds for men wom en boys and girls voiles and w iicJics it tho least rices WYORKSTORE Cheaper priced ginghams percales and sheetings Youth Must Bo Served By H C Hamilton New York July was clearly demonstrat ed a sliort time ago in a ring at To ledo O tliat youth must be served but lets see ifit really muse ing on Washington si reel hero is iypi ca of the schools On the walls are pictures oE Trotsky Lonine Lieb neclit Karl Mavx ami one ol Abraham biucolu On oilier parts of the walls are VOMXAV CUR HOUSK IS 0 DEGREES COOLEU THAN OUTSIDE TRY IT TtKSDAV JMUOSJMXT TBJB MASTJKK PKOWUCIUK He gave it to you in The Birth of a Nation Intolerance1 Hearts of the World The Love and The Greatest Ting in Life t OUtf TO SEE XHi UXEXlJilCTKIJ IX SweetasHoneySuckie Romance a page irom die Book of Life I V Gvitrlth lias now Mim u vomancaround hoiiwspuu luniianity and he bus iouml a classic m its vivid tciuso humorous story of tlie folks at Ixome in our own home town D W Gimth lias painted his characters as if in soft pastels The sweet trusting nature of the Lilliam has showed in delicate shades of irridescent pink The boundless ambition ot the boy has touched with Jiery red Theii a DW Griffill climax A whiil of events that sets your brain wondering is there no limit to ihis mans CominoWednesday Dorothy Dalton in The Fne Picture A jRojnanco of JHitjppy ViUlcy Ever netiiof Happy Valley A i quintplace just a cradle ia the hills down along the Oliio river where the Logans ran the boarding house and the Tinaberlakes lived down the road a bit Quite a romance iap penod there and it was dramatic too Nothing1 much was said about it in the papers and tiie whole story nev er was told until now Its about the Logans and the Timberlakes and old Auntie Smiles an dsonie others 3 W Griffith found out all about it and he calledit A Romance oi Hap py Valley1 It will be at tlie FourtH street theatre Monday and Tuesday The Logsns had a Doj John jr and Bill Timberlake bad a girl Along about roastingear time the boy got to talking with one of the boarders who lived in New York and got the lever of the cities He liked Jennie Timber lake and she didnt want him to go away He thought he could make a lot of mon ey but she told couldnt buy his him that home life money and it couldnt buy the church they both at tended Sunday and it not buy her But when an unhappy boy gets kicked in the stomach by a bucking plow handle he says things make him a backslider ia the church and that is what this boy did His father had the best farm in the valley the boarding house was making money and Jennie loved John jr but the boy was disgusted and restless So he wound up his watch that he only wore on occasions put on his best pair of suspenders and went out into the night Sounds like a sort of a matterof fact story to start off with but it isnt Just one thing after another seemed to happen from that timeon See it at the Fourth street theatre to r and Tiiesday Athleticsas ariile inevery line of effort are about the same so far as supremacy of youth or age is con cerned We find ball players passing out of the limelight at an age tliat strikes a fairly good average at 30 years fighters drop hard after they have gone by that mark runners pole vaulters football tically all who strive to amuse the public by athletic prowess witlier away as age creeps 011 them But there aret exceptions to the rule There are the Giants for in stance Aged decrepit they have been called yet the men led by John J McGraw have set the pace for the National league practically all the season There isnt a regular infield er on the club under 30 The pitch ing staff is composed of veterans for the most part George Burns and Benny Kauff have far too many years over their heads to be placed in the chicken class The youngsters of the club are the chaps who are holding down bench positions rather than the aged ones Thiscluto it has been promised by many an expert will crack in the dog1 days But will it It certainly is traveling at a fine clip now and shows no signsof cracking Then we have Dick Reiner If you never saw Dick Remer do a walking race you have missed great sight Dick has been winning walks for so long he can do it withhis eyes shut and lead in Ms shoes He walks around the youngsters There Isnt a man in the nation who caa approach his form and speed when he is right George Goulding is tha only man on the track he has any great respect for and Goulding has been making walking records for a good many yearshimself And then there Is Jack Britton who was defeated for the welter weight championship by Ted Irtwis only to corne back and knock out Lewis Britten is past 35 and is a better battler now than at any in his career Pop Geers who is so old hs nas quit counting is still driving winning races on1 Grand Circuit tracks Doc Roller who was considerable shucks as a wrestler before most of us knew what a wrestle was is still pinning shoulders to mats Youth will be served of course in mostventures but age alsohas its fling in many cases and dont forget it Carnival Coming to NEXT WEEK THE GREAT C R LE6GETTE SHOWS 20 Big HighClass Attractions Larger and Grander Than a Circus July 28th to August 2d LOTTER SHOW GROUNDS j7r South Fourth Street f The Democrats jobwork depart ment is eaviipped for firstclass serv Mrs Hattie Dickey and MrslMaude Barnes of St Louis Mrs Harry Settles guests of A ML Walker and wife are spend ing Sunday witli his parents licotlie The BRUNSWICK is the best for the following reasons i all records at tJieir is natural in re production lias an all wooden tone amplifier wnichinsures a soft tone can get tone jwith tlie same needle by the tone device modulator is manufactured by pno of the strongest institutions in tbig country Ihe EruMSrrickBalkeCol lendar Co the parts Wear out or break you can sget them replaced without any OUR PIA5TOS We handle the oW reliaMe EnM jnakes of pianos Player pianos piano lias a written guarantee back of ir Nothing bui high grade standardIn strLunents Give us Your liberty bonds face value J L Green Son 5O7 West Reed Street Mooerly Mo m 1 IS   

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