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Sheboygan Press, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1928, Sheboygan, Wisconsin SHEBOYGAN PRESS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1928 "0 fou Irs, Mr. Ke loo II i II XI'l-HNCU AIHK, cnnvn- ftt-KTC llllU'MH, In n> Ihc Wont In- i a nn'' Bl Ih hr I. A" ot lirr Mltlonril n KIHKI- r rommonplnce r nrrd work nil n rnm. I lint Afttitorrlh >h. trip. itilt ION, n friend ol ilomiO'i iircltr nnil i, out I M.I ISII. her rx. i s lior liomc In Gua- i ill. dusky creature, r il a luminous smile and very black It with bcnutlfiil tin- back of her nock in i1 ted passenger lists to oon 1 Mademoiselle de f. a coincidence that Monn, bemuse -V Immediately of ml declared Hint the i' v.1.0 considered tho -i absurdly overrated, fill And her il your first trip? You will love il very much, bill should the most Mademoiselle, to make love beneath the moon." Tlicy were slashed v to her walit In back. I'.itir.t; bodlco extend- 1- to a hlRh neck, .'I !IT slim throat like it until Mademoiselle (i run that ono of those Kowns. For f looked bnro to her It was as If Venus. modesty, had tucked n lier chin. that first ovcnlnR. was I On her bare feet she pumi" And In her that kissed her Thi-n. without wnitliiB for an an- swrr, continued In a throaty voice that earned embarrassingly: look like dumbbells run over liy tho express good far, niairietl ladles. Or drunken dollar marks, Ashtoreth felt acutely uncom- fortable. She knew, with a horrid certainty, that if sho were friendly with Mademoiselle, sho would have no other friends aboard. Rut bow could she possibly snub tho woman with whom sho roomed? wished frantic illy that she She had been ablo to afford a single state- room. M.v.bo tho pursei vwoiild let If Mah'.io n, had been on the boat deck, pow when tho dinner luii rled to the din- s' f wa> wearing tlie that had taken such "-Indo of brown. And. i lip's carael's hair coat Micde tint tlint hugged her plnco nt tho first i And beside her snt do Mussot. ur nas charged with tried women glared 'undj Spinsters avert- And tho room tlio acrid i'. mi-, of tho pure. do Musset spoko c A-litoreth, and then -If to tlio first officer. her liavo another cabin, could only sco her nou' npHE boat waters, still the In northern nlsht was was and crls.p and clear. Sadie's waim cont closer about ber and shivered. "You're not she exclaimed, and held her teeth together to keep them from chattering. "Xon." Mademoiselle considered the stars. "Tho fat she said, "and all tlio skinny make me anrry. And so I am waim." is lie sighed profoundly. "I hate she remarked, asked. "The bar Is oper.. It uill warm us." Ashtoretli had never brcn in a har before. Afraid ot seeming un- initiated, she agreed. A little du- biously. To ber surprise the "bar" was an informal lounge where the pas- sengeis sat about small tables. Some of them were playing bridge, with tal! glasses at their hands Everybody looked up when she and Mademoiselle came in. And three portly females left the room Fol- lowed shortly by two thin ones. Mademoiselle led the way to the table just vacated. "Old she pronounced, her glance following them through tho door. "You can always tell, ch? Because old are born, and not made." She chuckled quietly at her lit- tle joke, and Ashtorcth found ber soft laugh delightfully thrilling. "Most she observed, "aie good because they never had a chance to be anything else. And that makes them angry, ma chcric." She called for whisky and soda, and sandwiches. But Ashtoreth, remembering Maizie's parting ad- monition, declined tho proffered drink. Mair.Io had put her arms about ber and whispered in her ear, "Don't do anything, Baby Lamb, you wouldn't want Mother to know about." Aud Ashtorcth, with a lump In her throat and hot tears stinging her eyelids, bad piessed her moth- er closer and promised, like a lit- tlo child. "All right, Mums. I'll be good." Mademoiselle chatted inconse- quentially, and began to tell risque stories. Ashtoreth never knew whether or not they were really bad, because she had neither na- tive appreciation nor training for crude jokes. But Mademoiselle Ashtorcth drew laughed ber pretty, throaty laugh. And, when all the respectable en had left, the first officer joined them at their table. It was then that Aslitoreth excused herself. "I'm so sho begged, "you don't care If I go "yon. yon, pauvre chcrie." Mademoiselle placed her two brown bands on Asbtoreth's slim whlta fingers. "Sweet dreams, mon pe- tit cftow." 'T'HE first officer laughed. "Do you know what Mademol- Or and her voice had a curious qual- bQ ft the dining room she arm through the stairs she Sho settled ite audibly "You nnd eroding her slim ankles and pll- .U.n o the only wom-llowlDR ber daik hoad on her up >m with bcautlf.il sMetched arms Her wrap they ty. Or Mr. Ilait. Arm In arm with Mademoiselle do Musset! Mademoiselle picked up a feath- 01 cd wrap and they strolled togeth- er to tho promenade deck. "If we aro she sug- gested, "we shall bo ft lends, She had a delightful French ac- cent. And her funny little "chs" were plriuant and foicien. There was something at once fascinating and ifpellei't "bout the woman. So tint Ashto.'cth reminded of n surgeons Miakc sho hnd seen, cm- bracing a Hindu at tho circus. All 'lilnins Kieen nnd gold. Weaving back and foitli. sensuously. Sho -.Iniddoicd nt the recollectlou she had shuddered when sho saw tlio reptile. "Let lit proposed Made- moiselle: nnd calling a dock stew- had their deck chairs placed together. Ity. It was a deep. our tlrst trip? You will love It very much T.ut you should a man, Mademoiselle, to make love beneath tho moon. It is too bad to bo alone." She gathered her wrap quickly her shoulders and shivered you have no laughed reth. "Her littlo Tho Frenchwoman slipped her hands up Ashtoreth's wrists. "It Is the sweetest little word 1 sho said. "Mon petit chou." That Is whit lovers call each other in my country. It Is pretty, Ashtoreth regaided the first offi- cer superiorly. Sho was annoyed because ho had not joined them while thero wero other passengers about. His arrival, she knew, had been discreetly timed. Sho hoped that Mademoiselle would not favor 'ilm with her entrancing presence on tho deserted deck. "I she informed him lof- tily, "that It's nn awfully cute lit- tlo word." She bade them good night and went to her stateroom. herself languidly. slipped from bet shoulde: s and she water, tnsscd It carelessly across her, sprang I knees. Ashtoreth. [our of the mysterious lady was all i about, Pervading tho litllo oabin I with exotic scents and warm en- sat up quick chantment. ly and locked her Ions brown I (To He Continued) arms about her knees. For a mo-1 10 stared acioss the dark Who is the mysterious ladyt Be- Then, rousing herself, loie the night is over Ashtoreth'i ....h (itiickly to her "feet. hat been roused. Shall wo iiavo a be, the next chapter. Grela At Theatre At Adell Tho Liberty theatre at Adell will mosent "A- ot Affairs" star- rinc Cieto Gaibo nnd John Gilbcit. as ,tM feature att. action Saturday ml Sutuiay. On Wednesday; Tom uiul Krankic Darro will be hc'wn 111 "Tyr.uit of Red Gulch MARY ASTOR SALLY EILERS TONIGHT TOMORROW ALBERT MATT GRAN MOORE "ay tin" i" Umc'such an admission wa, ever made bete. i Ki.ssin- "-cones on Japanese film- arc limited to thirtyj-cconds. things find tcnrs 1 I m iitinv Dance 22 PLACE d by the JI kl two st and what appoars to be tombs. at FRANK'S PLACE 1033 Indiana Ave. Sat., Dec. 21 Spanfctkcl Lunch Everybody Welcome Musical Accompaniment by Roxy Theatre 110-piece Movietone Orchestra Also: 2 Big Vitaphone Acts and Comedy -------ADMISSIONS------- ADULTS 2oc, EVE 40c, CHILDREN lOc 3 DAYS SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY T FARRELL DAVID NANCY LOUISE MAC DONALD ROLLINS DREXEL FAZENDA -IN- "RILEY THE COP" Romance and Laughter with an American Cop seeing the Sights and Nights of Paris. -SOON FANNY BRICE "MY MAN ---------SOON--------- SUBMARINE i Hadji Ali, Egyptian Mystic, To Appear At Sheboygaii Theatre In an exhibition which mystifies and astounds the most critical of spectators, Hadji Ali, "The Great Egyptian Miracle Man" will head a vaudeville bill of five acts at the Sheboygan theatre Saturday and Sunday. Physicians of three continents have puzzled over the gastronomical metb.am.sm of this human ostrich, without success. X-Ray experiments have been made during his exhibi- tion, without a plausable explanation foithroming that satisfies the criti- cal In fact, the profession of sur- gciy has thrown up its hands in amazement over this human ostrich He swallows from GO to 100 glasses of water at a time. Scores of nuts of all varieties find then- way down and up without any trou- ble whatsoever to Hadji. Handker- chiefs of vaiied colored hues are swallowed and disgorged according to the color desired by the specta- tors and as a fitting close he swal- lows a pint of kerosene which he ignites as he disgorges it. alter ward quenching the flame by his previous swallows of water. And these are only the simplest of feats that Hadji's educated stomach can perform. Hadji's first feat is the swallow- ing of a few quarts of water. Then for nearly a minute he spurts forth the liquid in a steady stream irom his lips. His next is the swallowing of three different hued handkei chiefs. He then asks the spectators which color they prefer to have como up first and then draws them from his mouth in the order named. Then he swallows thirty nuts and produces them in the order named by the ciitics. All but one of these are filberts. The one is an almond. He produces the almond whenever it is called for. Throughout. ;ho demonstrations, Hadji All is subjected to Oe closest scrutiny, a jury selected fiom the audience being free to ask questions and stay close to him at all times, satisfying themselves thoroughly of the authenticity and rcalness of the various experiments. Hadji, also swallows watches, coins, currency, and similar delica- cies. Ultimately he produces them again. Physicians who have doubted his feats, recently subjected him to a rigid and thorough examination while he was performing and came away mystified over his extraordin- ary performance. 'Dry Martini9 Af The Majestic Is Both Wet And Refreshing Vaudeville Program To Replace "Lilac Time" At Van Der Vaart "Dry which is showing at the Majestic theatre, is a very wet but lefrcshing picture. The John Thomas novel, as brought to the screen by Fox Films and diiected by Harry D'Arrast, has much of its action talf1 place in and about the Ritz in Pa' is with the fa- mous cocktail bar vei y much in evi- dence. To dress that particular bar was one of the most difficult assign-1 ments Fox propeity men had in! some tune, but somewhere in Hollywood they obtained a lineup of bottles which are authentic and their appearance on the screen.? should bung a lew moist eyes to the _ fans, or at least those who see the picture. Martini" features Albert Gian.'nn expatriated American who'-- has lived for eight years in the French capital. Mary Astor as his'U daughter, Matt Jocclyn Lce.j, and Sally Eilers ire others in the cast. Dancing Talent In t. Star Theatre Film Dancing falcnt is seen in abund- I ance in First National's "The starting Richard Barthcl- mess, which shows for the last time at the Star theatre tonight. Much of the action of the story takes place in a cabaret, where a chorus of expert dancers entertains the guests. There is also a comedy and short features on the bill. "Lilac Colleen Moore's greatest starring vehicle, will be shown at the New Van Der Vaart theatre for the last times tonight, and the attractions Saturday and Sunday will consist of a big pro- gram of high class vaudeville acts, in addition to the feature photoplay, "The Sporting Age." Reproductions of the wartime bat- tles are thrilling but the cameramen took greater chances than the ac- tors themselves. When Alvin Knech- tel, who photographed the air bat- tles, sees the product of his work, he still thrills atithe narrow escape he had in accomplishing them. In order to shoot the fighting planes from all angles, Knechtel had to remove the floor of the cockpit before taking off to follow the for- mation of fighting planes. After sev- eral minutes in search of the planes, Knechtel looked down and noticed that they were a few thou- sand feet above the Pacific ocean. He knew the battles had to be stag- ed over land, and thought of telling his pilot to catch up with the lead- er. He discovered the pilot struggling with a parachute that had become partly unfastened. He could not give assistance, as the floor ot the plane was gone. The pilot let go the "stick" and reached- for the "chute" while the plane careened and tumbled mad- ly. A few hundred feet from the water, the pilot got his parachute in hand and straightened the plane out. Knechtel got his breath and they ascended m search of the mere combat pla.ies. Star Theatre TONIGHT TOMORROW Richard EARTHELMESS in "The Noose" Supported by a great star cast It's tense Gripping! Also Comedy, News and Novelty TOXIC I IT TOMORROW TOM MIX in "Son of The Golden West" Comi-dv Coming Next Week lor Three Days Starti.ig Tuesday "THE STREET ANGEL" Wallace Beery And Raymond Hatton In Star Role At Gem as Two Americans disguised Scotch Highlanders enlist as avia- tors at a French airport, and are sentenced to death as German spies. Only Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton could appear to advantage in such a ridiculous situation. And they do so in "Now We're in the the Paramount comedy which opened at the New Gem theatre to- day and Saturday. Beery and Hatton fall in love with twin sisters, one of whom has been raised a German, the other a French girl. Many of their difficulties arise over their inability to tell their sweethearts apart, which is not sur- prising when it is considered, that the same Louise Brooks plays both parts capably and charmingly. A new process of combating plant disease consists of injecting liquids into a tree through a hole bored near An electrical expert in England is experimenting with bees put to work under the stimulus of artificial illum- ination. Falls Theatre To Present Tom Mix Tom Mix is starring at the Falls theatre tonight and' tomorrow in the picture "Son of the Golden a wonderful story of western life. A comedy will also be given. Next week the marvelous production "The Street will be shown for three days. LIBERTY THEATRE ADELL SATURDAY and SUNDAY JOHN GILBERT and GRETA GARBO in "A WOMAN OF AFFAIRS" i WEDNESDAY TOM TYLER and j FRANKIK DARRO in "TYRANT OF RED GULCH" REX Tonight CORINNE GRIFFITH in "TINE to LOVE' Admission Matinee lOc 20c Evening lOc 30c The New TODAY SATURDAY A Sky-Quake f Fun and Thrills When 'I hese Two Take the Air COMF.DY NOVELTY NOTK'IC THERE WILL BK NO SHOW HERE ON CHRISTMAS rf The Jewel Make Reservations Now For Big New Year's Eve Special Show POULTRY NIGHT Selected Turkeys, Geese Ducks and Chickens will be given free to several for Christmas Dinner. Saturday and Sunday Gala Vodvil Program! TAKWAH CHAU Oriental Musical Artist ED HAYES And Banjo Girl THREE KAYTOIs GIRLS Nifty Dancers and Entertainers RIDDLE SHYRES Songs Chatter Steps CLINT REED Presents Band Show O. K. LEGEL Silent" Comedian FEATURE PHOTOPLAY witt thrill you i DIRECTION OF MILWMJKCEiTHEATRF.: CIRCUIT, INC. LAST TIMES TODAY I WAUACE BEERY BROOKS A WILLIAM A WELLMA'N Thrilling SOUND Also Movietone Act "Marion Harris AND r. ORPHEUM AFFILIATED ACTS B VAUDEVILLK PARAMOUNT'S HISTORICAL MASTERPIECE Base on Incidents from the life of KIT KARSON The Famou i Scout SATURDAY MORNING ONLY BETTY BRONSON PAN" Merchants' Christmas Gift to The Kiddies RESERVE YOUR SEATS NOW FOR THE "WHOOPEE FROLIC" NEW YEAR'S KVE MIDNIGHT SHO V. MAIL 73c i KWSPAPLRl .'SPAPERf
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