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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, New Castle, Pennsylvania                               TWELVE NEW CASTLE NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921. DOME bOPOTHY PHILLIPS TOCAY AND -Brilliant Star of 'The Union Members Prevented From Serving On Jury United Mine Workers' Union Admits Hiring Councel to Defend Accused. ENTIRE ASPECT OF TRIAL IS CHANGED Leave. Wife For- tune to Actress Friend First Case of "Trigger Trial" Does Not Involve All the Prisoners. H.V S. WKVKH. AVIM.IAMSON, W. Vn., .tun. issue Is i-li-Jirty tlnfliKHl JOlx-lnft til wurfjtni hns riijfliin tho UHl Mi no AVoi-ki-rs of .'Ynmr- Ica njul (lie run I opornlors, on ililril tiny "r the In Uio c.trrull court tore JuilRn HolxTl llullcy MUM nionilnj; on a Im.slw. REGENT PENN TIDAY Ml Oimllfy I'liid Today And Tomorrow ALLAN DWAN JISSS L.LAStY IGEORGE H.MELFORDT I ItHESEAWOU BY JACK LONDON litldB Dorothy 'Whilorord, of Now York, nctriisa. to whom JoHoiih .1.1 Kyan, Bfm of Thoimm Form no boqueaahi-'d bin cut-! tltif: off hla wlfo with J100. U'hltuforil'n Bharo of llm frsUato In; oMtlmiu.-'il at. JfiO.OOO nnclj union question having been Hnlallvivn have lit rout ttned A story that crashes against thn emotions like the raging surf. "The Forbidden Thing" WtlJi an KUrkwotxi. Ifrlrn KOAy. A OoTiwly Hore "The Toonemlle Trolley" Fathc News. Topical [Special Music By The Penn Symphony Quintette. Jack Stuart Leader- Once in every woman's life comes a certain great moment. Once in her lifetime something comes to her on which her whole future depends. It has will surely you, just as it'came Co Aurora Meredith. >Miat do you think it is? You'll know when you sec splendid Dorothy Phillips, the star of "The Heart of Humanity" and "The Right to Happiness" play this great part in a picture that every woman in the world will under- str ad. A picture for which a whole opera was pro- which the players sang just as they sing on the mighty stage of the dazzling production in which the social leaders of a great western city acted as the marvelous love story that you'll never forget. See it now. Don't miss it. to Every Woman." SOIC BY MISS SARAH DAMA FALLS Admission Adults 25c. Children lOc ____SPECIAL SHOWING------ into tho caao wllh dramatic suddoinicss jv.st before adjournment yesterday :nid counsel for ihu de- fense had admitted boInK by tlic miners' union, (ho whole ns- poct of the trial has changed ovnr night and boih sides prepared, to work along new linos, .starting from tho promiso that union members can not :dt on tin? Jury. I tuny Day. Another tudiouH day of Impannell- ing a. Jury was alidad. Six members j ha've in'on ti-ntativoly arrvpt'-il. Iml tho grilling Is ahuad uf thorn bo- foro they ar" by both The tlrat now on trial, duft not involve all of the Mnltowan m'Mi. but only who harp.'d with thu tnurdi-r of to oonu.'id tho will. Annoys Young Girls And Is Taken To Jail Son nf t'lilcnuo Milllonnlr" lly AtUirki-d Idrnil- CHH'ACO. i.v- OPERA HOUSE TUES. NilE, FEB. 1 JIMMIE HODGES Offers The 1921 Model Musical Comedy Success MY HAVANA GIRL With JEAN TYNES Am! Hig fu of Mu-Hlral I' f I -OO, TSr Ohoni.0. fin at Albi.-rt Th" Indii t acninsl yotiiiK K'rls t> Isaac llrrwi-r and Kr.-d W.-bK wens I or by nolled. J vicinity nf A happy ir.an on th" dcfi-ndnnt'K ti> t bond', tu.lay was I! !'aC'N. Hif to onl'.' negro aiming th" Hi' Jr., 37. Y: was absom wln-n ln> -A''3 call-' flnrbert IV .-n In :ho i'.-irk ;.u.- oj t'hiiMKo r ritj '.J.'- A-'- of t. SVcriiu'sda.v and his 1 bond wail dtvhued forfeited. Today was Informed that the [j forfeiture had .--'-t hud Blvon a "-vas dcliAvi-d by a train WT-.-'K wh-'n r-- turn'lni; from, a I had taki-n his sdi-fc noy'.f.R (wu yti that Kin wosnca will be :U a r h rii-; iy :i I'l-vir-n! You Love The Girls, Palmist Tells Wales I jMARY PICKFORD in "SUDS" LARY SEMON in "SOLID CONCRETE" Showing for the Starving Cliildr.-n Kiiroj.o. The Sliow S -U JO o'clock tomorrow Come nnd i'li Ihe little ones. AVe will turn ovt-ry dollar lo HU o! !iy ti.'Kii- Sturm. :i" man i The atliici; on 'i-urr-a at I'.uuli W.' In- lotn iTen Thousand Miners May n "or" Renew To Ilj foal IVmnml Plw i "Hu-itlr-rs" At Work ton Mlnrs NIXON THEATRE TODAY and TOMORROW I Ten tbi'iituind mln.- workers !n I'.-nr.syl-. anla and Hiilidilf Coal c 11'" i liy in a HUit'1 of by strikns. off and on. sine-- (a; .hilv. r.otlcc on "f-, tie-lain toduy that a strllur If i i'u it Momlay If "lui.'Ulor.-" in i ploy.'.l at the Uutli.T colliery am not COLISEUM ALWAYS THE BEST VAUDEVILLE. TODAY HH.H-J !.v-> Hii.i. or TIMK Scream From Start To Finish HALLIDAY BURNS IN 'THE PROSPECTORS" A In i Hi. ------S PE( IA L KEATU TJIK IIAKY-UII. COMHHIAN -EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION- BENDER HEER ANNETTE PAKE LEW HOFFMAN til'I HA >T 1'Al.KK.MO PUG IV TUt WILLIAM RUSSELL he Iron Rider" BY FRANK L. PACKARD A stirring story of a town where justice was burlesqued till the coming of the mysterious black-hooded Iron Rider. A rousing story that will lift you out of the seat. SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE AT 10 A. M. FOR BENEFIT OF STARVING CHILDREN OF EUROPE. William Farnum India Scouts Appeal hfun Kinbbornlv "f" adrlbiit'-d to I'r.i- p of Ih-'distric: and bUKtnew has b-.-n F thi- wllllintni'im "f tho O to utrrne'and rrfusal ol th" iinr.y to u-nini them IXlli-lal.i nii nt t" t> Million T., Aftlllntf ir.oro lOduy und laid in-fore coir. pAiiy offlflalfi thflr ultlmatitm. It that tho trouble In j thin al-'-a was wip'-d out n f-w W'-KK ago it wax that mln- lnK would b" thai _ "huutl-rs" by tin., conlrac- .t tnrs would .'Ilinlnated. j "huBtlors" have i'-nt 10. i--1 'v-lr- at worl; In TUUU-r In m.v.tr-r ,n.l ...r >r thl. I. 1 a-.-U to rosurrcrt conlrart mln- tril u., r _ LABOR STRIKES AGAINST LABOR In-1 Cupid id's Abode Now In Omaha Kitchen -IN- 'IHE LASI Of THE DUANES" By ZANE GREY. PET DUCK FROZEN FAST IN BARREL CUT OUT -VTOODIUIRY, N. J., Jan. yrize duck, Uie ot the family of Walter Fowl'jr nearly flew will) the dunk pond following tlic cold Knap which hit town. Kowlor had IITI- p re vised a "pond" tor Ills tluck by sinking a barrel in hia i-il and piirlly filling R wltli water. Ducltlo with tlollKlit whon nnitl IUOHO in tlm potid. Durlnn Un> nlKhl. the d.uclc Hlispf. In tho Imrrul. Tim dropped far bolow Uii; point and frozo lh'> duck I'aHl. Tlid Hliiijiu ol' liarrol pruvontod thu diick 1'roni I'lylHK "I'f wll.h tho pond and tlm owii'M1 hail l.o chop hiH jiol. out In Iho if you uro I InKTimtloniil .SVWH Survl.'n) OMAHA, Null.. .Mill. 28. Itivliilblo yi-l thu liny of trtv iiiifiitly In thii cuiiboiirrtH nnd clomilM of l.h.' of romiinco In [In- l-iirk HVIMHIO homo of Mrii. Floyd Smith. Oinalm co.'lfly woman. 'I'liri-'i llin-'H Hlni-i- bun Ciipld'K work rout Mrs. Sinllh Unr '-'H'-'li to marry. A fourth InviiHlon by iho niiiiu: harl'dn- of joy look away imrKi'inald who W.-IH Minrrlrd ri-rrmtly. Wluin tho find cook inurrl'-d Smith Uioiinht nnthliiK ot It. When Iin; HKUond niarrind Imoiimn IntcrOHlud cnoiiKli to llial, llko Llm folk in fiilry ciHik nnd lior wnall.liy ranch man liiiKband HTM "livlin! happily oviir al'lor" on tlinlr Wyorning ram-li. "MrB. Sinltli you-all ilo nci'iri to havo u rf.Kiilar nialrlmniilal office workti" oxclalnnjd tho third cook tin jlclorly niiKi'o mammy ah'd liDllor udl Kwlne to Kit iniirrlMil 'rii'isn Hhn mlilnd: "Ah don'l fixnr.lly craxy nhoul. lilm but IKI'H IllliiK Iri iniirry and 'iiport mo, ah rcckoiiH ah'd butter take tho chaneo to nil. a whlln." Tin.' nurmjimiitl and l.ravrdlnn iciHman hrldoRroom uro now on an I h.'ivc rudijioil l'i allow Us- 1 bays in uiUluui; with tlit-ni U.n foi Kotnt! Ixn-u it Kr.'ist boao ;vf rdn- i Thvii' liter two Indian Hoy S.-iuiU tmd huini! ilni" '-.-11 thai .-ii.-i.i--i: itjilrli not iiho-A'ti by tfcn whiti- Indlun boys inmli' s. olonn ho bo iillowod to ntniluto wi-'i lh'- worn Tht.. i-.ui..- "d mi much unn-st tlu> liulun I Govorninont mipf.ilpd diri-ctly ttsc King. tiolnlliiK nut thut it-.t-NO noks worn just "f :n> "K" tlinl llu-v jcoinu to munhii'id ut uboni tlino whfin tlio I'rini-i- uf SVjiIvsi wmil.I. In tin. riiiiriti' 'i' nnliiri'. utlnln th-' hrnnn nnd thm Hi liuvn ihls niiinbur ,f diMjilTmiti'd :u Unit tlnu' would hsirdly nt iiniuli viiltm to the Kinidn1. Tin- IvInK rtont for Sir Itnbort, nnd nftnr dm' i'onnbliirntU'ii uf thi- inmli r II wim di-i-ldi-d Hi., t'hi.-f J t j Labor strtXir.iS la'-' al of varii--; tiftotir a union, aw.! aftHUJi-U i with th" 1'nton Tiioy Ui-U S .r wt-.Ifh '.'.M-a-y Jiv.ii rvr.i guliy labor. OHM day. "Ah yon-all ah'H mymdl' Hi In ___ tor niii-h would KI> t tlin mn I H'l'. Sir Knlin It In ho fix In Sir KOII.M-I'II tltlo India nnd try to udjt nrl now on hlii wny, 'd Hint In1 will bd nhln to up that lh" Indian boyji will no loiiK'-r f''0' of tho tin' an Ihrlr KnRllnli brolhorH arc Tin.' I'rlnr.n of an C'.lilnf Seoul for Wilton, liatt liiUcn hltf IntnroHl In llm mull-ir. nnd ho porHon- nllj' urRt'il Hit1 Uohnrl lo unili-rtiiKi: tin. mhiHlon. ot :i coimldisrabli: unioinil of tea IK urowii In lliirinii, It I.1' lln' iiHud for iini-pOHnu, lint u- picknd, and uulcn aH n. coili- iiient. TO Kill) Ai'tlnir .1. Sout.H Mill Hl.rnol, iviul lluilr mu'Ht.'i, Mm OHIxirt und Mrii, John MiirKuiii i'f WiitT'in, Ohio, lofl llilw iiioriilnK' I' fir I'nriloc, Alcohol In 1 Raisin Mash Hooch i MAUTIX'S KKUKV. s -SoiiK-thlnK now t.n vvovrv utunit dlm-ovornd for who: muki> (heir own takUiK IrfatmoiU {.ir wood lUcithol imlminlnr. lo iniunitiu'tnri. of Jixoh from Hint whli-h litul lid b'-on :ii.'inni.-d Oru  muy die. TlmlP innliuly pbynu- for h AllhuUKli dhis'-i' thu wood nlrohol i in-'n rluliuo.l thoy iuul d HO wood ilb-uliol. II wnn loanu'd llnnlly (hut th.' imm hud boon drlnhlns nuido from niBsih In thu rnialn j hud Thii iir.mtmro uf Iho; rnliiln iilnnut, II I'lulnu'd, proil wood nloohol. P-.RA KOUSE 5AT., JAN. 29 MATINEE AND NIGHT The Poor Of All Colored Minstrel Show? JOSEPH C. HERBERT'S GREATER MINSTRELS SINGERS, DANCERS AND SOU HOW DESTROYERS. v'o-Jazz Hand Ami Orchestra. AH now and special settings. By All Moans Sev This Show. H FOU H1G 1'AKADE AT NOON. wlic-rn 'iiii'vlui'M "T Mitrtlm l-lim Hnrl. und Mr (ho funnr.il mini, Mi't.. k, M i'H. t.lll- Morieuii uro nliio will iillmiil Mi'H. Knim iniinuf.i.-uiro of luis urov- od ii vnry nHrnrlivn uixnti.i of wmiiloy i'ut for old inon, und luuulrod.i of nnu who liuvn IUHMI i-iiKivrdinl us on rnly lui'.tttHililn of nuiliiiiii a UVIHK iiow iliilni! ut lhl" UNION NATIONAL SANK .LONG V3 E THF, NF.WS. BY MAIL, ONE YEAR   

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