The Abilene Daily Reporter (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 45, Ed. 1 Monday, May 8, 1916 Page: 8 of 8
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Safe of Men's Hats at $2.50
Wo arc clearing out nil the remaining slock of our men's Novelty
tfclt Hats including our lino of splendid 3.00 Specials. The as-
sortment comprises about every thing good for the present season
every good shape all the popular colors trimings and combina-
tion shades such as contrasting bands and bindings. Q fjfl
Values to $3.00 for ... $. UU
Men's Straw and Panama Hats.
Our na (department offers men a long lino of the bast styles in
Straws Bangkoks and Panamas. Hero you wilt find riii assort-
ment large enough to afford an easy selection and lit u moderate
Sale of Men's Shirts at 95c.
Laundered Negligee and Soft Laundered Shirts of the better
grade offered at this special price during our Sale of Men's Suits.
About half of these Bhirts arc laundered negligees with stiff cuffs
in hew Spring effects including neat and fancy stripes in every
good color and design. The others are of the comfortable soft cuff
stylo and soft laundered. These come hi woven madras and. soft
crepes in all the beautiful weaves and patterns of the season.
Beautifully hand-laundc-rcd fine pearl buttons well finished cut
iff the comfortable coat style. An extra special value at .95ri
Sport Shirts for Summer at 75c.
Handsome Sport Shirts with convertible collars that can be worn
open or closed at neck fancy stripes and plain white with lancy
collars' shown in all the new patterns and color effects of the
season at the very low price of . 75
Summer Underwear that is cool
light but strongly woven cut t
ment reinforced where thestrai
Underwear for men. Here you
Various -fabrics and weight n
and separate gftrmcnlsv
Union Suits Here's ai
knee length draw crsclnsthy
well made tbrougl
pnc.es ; 50c ?uc aij
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to the skin.
tfrtment of the
nf cut in Unions
in" men's crossbar
half sleeve styles with
rams at waist nud shoulders
lly good values at these
.;-a j?i oo
Union Suits for boys six
cut athletic style knee
well made. Price per
2G to 34. per suit
"Union Suits for little boys ages 4 to 12 years.
ear for Boys
made of.crossbnrrcd Nainsook.
wcrs handsome materials and
geuuino PorQsknit Unions sizes
These come with
waist buttons arid tapes for hose supporters: a splendid littjc gar
ment for . . . 50
Palm Beach: and White Canvas Oxfords
For Men!' " .
These will be the popular SummcrhQps for men. They are cool
comfortable anil stylish. Can bo worn with almost any fabric or
color of Summer suit; as desirable for business or street wear as
for sport. Wo arc showing advance-styles in this attractive foot-
wear models especially designed for young men ; at $3.00. $3.50
and 9-4 OO
Urn Mr IB
The $100000 Star
AT THE HEX MONDAY
"LIFE'S BLIND ALLEY"
A mutual -lasterpieture
in f r AelS
"The New Governor"
. or "The Nigger
From the Play by Edward Sheldon
Jack llrnnxon MaiiHgcr XnrpliyN Come(llna.
EIGHTH IRISH REBEL
LEADER HAS BEEN SHOT.
LONDON. May (J It was officially
announced to day that Major John Mc-
Brlile the eighth lender of the Irish
rebellion tp suffer Uio death sentence
of court martial ha been shot.
. Chinchillas. valAable 'r bearing an
! ImalB which lnabitfilh mountalna;
a la Chile have ben imported Into Eng
The Stro Jnthstand the Heat of
SumiMMVetterTMn the Weak.
mo are feeble and younger
peoufwfto at weak.wul be strengthened
tp go uirongn tne uepress-
umtner by taVini; regularly
elessChlUTonic. It purifies
i the blood and builds up
. fl !
! A i Met 0Ml
will b Located
Mw V4viU "Brtwiiw JU4
10M SMtt tt 1
land for breeding exiiorlments on n
f ' ' ' " 1
and Keep It Up
Get In the habit of drinking a
glass of hot water before
ousy Itttrm one
and Jeavy wh
g beajbene stu
ongue. wasty bn
can lnead feel
by opwlng tne
aRK AUii)0M Toxonnoir.
Sold to Satan" follows the gouoral
Idea of "Faust" with the action
brought up to date As a result tho
picture offers n story that everyono
knows. if a person hasn't heard
"Pnust" ho has certainly seen one of
twenty of Its Innumerable followers
thnt are more or less similar to the
orlglnn. Tho version was prepared by
Captain H. P. Jtlfenborick Jr. and
produced under the very able direction
of Kdwnrd Clomnn. Tho story despite
Ha familiarity and stock situations
manages to hold one with a compelling
interest all the way. Tho power of its
theme and tho gruesomeness of many
of the situations arc responsible for
this. In fact a picture following tho
lines of "FnUBt" is practically sure
of bnlng gripping if handled with enpa.
blllty. Captain Itlfenborick and Mr.
Sloman have furnished tho capability
for "Sold to Sntan" and tho result la
a mighty flno pleco of work. Pro-j
duccrs who are on a liunt for stories
might turn to this one often. Evidently
It will never go bach' on Its friends.
John Morrill an old- castoff makett
the remark that ho would sell Wa soul
for youth and wealth. His Satanic
(Majesty appears and gives him a
ciianco. To fulfill tho treaty Merrill
must bring other souls to tlm Dovll.
Young and wealthy he sets about his
work. His first victim Is Archie Ash-
ton Ho places temptation In Archie's
way in tho form of a fifth ace to n
poker pack and after tho poor boy
hns been discovered ho suggests sui-
cide and Archie takes It ns the easiest
way out of his trouble. NexL Merrill
is called upon to direst his activities
against old Ashton. Archie's father
This affair Is easy for nil Merrill has
to do is to withdraw his support from
Ashton's faltering bank and with fin-
ancial falluro the broken man's heart
goes back) on him. Tho banker's daugh-
ter with whom Merrill Is In love Is
the next victim. Dut here Morrill re-
bels and unnblo to keep his bargain
ho changes back to the otd and penni-
less castoff. He dies and his soul Is
eagerly seized hv tho Devil.
AB THE PRESS S SES THE NIGGER
"Notliinjj more dramatically effective lias "The audience was deeply iuleivstod" Bos-
over been done by an American Playwright" ton Herald
N. Y. Press. -' "Tho most powerful play yet written by an
"The NW' Theatre's first real sueceW American." Philadelphia Preis.
m?r v""" ' i. .i e .i mi. '-. i '"A remarhabh' entertainment" Phiiadel-
NY S W ft X "? ( & ? I? NoHli American.
"It sounds great depths of human feeling"- "T! n0Ht tlistinffiiialii-cl dramatic perforin.
NY. Tribune. ance ever given in Pittsburg Pittsburg
"The housi' literally rose at the finale of the Dispatch.
second act." N. Y. (Hobo. "The Nigger is a vital document and will
"The Ningor is a powerful play" Boston make any intelligent citizen North or South
Journal. t sit up and takp notice." Pittsburg (?a.otte-
" It Excites enthusiasm" Bostpirftocord. Times.
To teach domestic sclenco In rural
regions a Kentucky school official has
mounted a two room house on wheels
and takes It around his territory .
pw rem uun
us live welt I
prk well sleep)
ly adopt the
ed A fee'I
om a coif fi
fresh as Aalsy
uices of thsystem
d llushlntr out tho
.rnal poIiou3 stag-
vholof the i
ryone wetber allfcg sick or
snouid earn morning beroro
kfast drink a glass of real hot
er with ft. tejispoonful of limestone
sphate la it to 'wash from tho
stomach liver and bowels the previous
day's indigestible wasto sour bilo
and poisonous toxins; thus cleansing
sweetening and purifying the entire
alimentary canal before putting mora
food into tho stomach. The action of
hot water and limestone phosphate on
an empty stomach is wonderfully in-
vigorating. It cleans out all the sour
fermentations gases waste and
acidity and gives one a splendid
appetite for breakfast While you are
enjoying your breakfast the water
and phosphate is quietly extracting
a. large volume of water from the
blood and getting ready for a
thorough . flushing ot all the Inside
The millions ot people who fere
bothered with constipation bilious
spells stomach trouble; others who
have sallow skins blood disorders and
siekiy complexions are urged to get s
Hiwter pound of limestone phosphate
frooi the drug store. This will cot
very little but Is suttcleat to make
wyese prMGunced crank oa tke
wifctect C JBffcie-lwtbtec bore brsk-
and Members of the
tin Mferk Twain's
"Pudd'nhead' will demonstrate to you
how to convict criminals by use of the
Admission 5c -10c
Tliomas II. Ince I'rodurtlon Veaturlng
Miimini ii. iiioinpsnii ana Anna
r.chr la vchlUxntlonV Chlhr
Old Peter Saranoff In tlie city Kiev
IluSBla. decides that hla Uttlo grand-
nleco nernn who lives practically
nlono up In tho mountains should bo
brought to civilization; but .barely ha
his little bird arrived ta Kiev when
a massacre of Jews takes plnce and
Ilerna Is left alone again.
Fortunately old Peter had planned
to send her to America to her uncle
so Ilerna goea to New York to tho
home of Jacob "Well a political lawyer.
Now Well has risen to influence thru
tho fnvor of .McManus a political boss
and when McMunils casts his sensual
eyes upon pretty Dernn Well has
naught 'to do but give her up.
As McManus had done to many ano-
ther maid ho ruins Ilerna and throws
her to the street to live tho life of
shame Dut us times' goes oil Dcrna
meets Turgenov u young Russian mu
sician who Is struggling to get along
and they fall In love. They go to live
together. And whqu the baby cornea
she Dcrsuades him to marry her.
I In duo course and with Iierna's un-
wnvering aid Turgenev rises to famo
and position. And there he meets tho
beloved daughter of McManus. learn-
ing that divorce for Turgonov Is nil his
daughter wnts to complete her Imp-
piness McManus now an honorod
Jurist undertakes to securo it. With
a innn planted In her rooms ha Bccures
the necessary evidence and Turgenev
Is frcod. And when nernn tries to fight
tha case in court she finds tho presi-
ding judge is McManus and for her
effort Mho is sent to the Island while
her baby is placed In a home with per.
sons technically better fitted to bring
iWhat is there left for Ilorna? Just
n revenger and no Mnchlavellt ever
planned his with more consummate
genius. Iierna's revenge Is one of the
most thrilling moments In an -Intensely
AT THE UVEV.S TODVV.
In producing Matlc Twain's famoifs
vork-'(Pudd'nkeadiAnisonM the Jesie
I Lasky Feature Play Compcny pre-
Benti: the first of a aeries of plcturl-
zatlons of the noted humorist's unvote
("Pudd'nhead Wllf.on" will be followed
j by "Tom Sawyer" "Huckleberry Finn"
"Pudd'nhead Wilson" occupies n
unique place In tho annals of Ameri-
can humorous literature. Its story-
said to huve been the first piece of
fiction which made use of tho now
familiar finger-print mothod as n
means of establishing Identity is
mulodrnmatlc romantic nnd ntifntsed
w"lth a deep-note of human sympathy
and latorcfib- .?'Pudd'nhead'7 Wilson
the Southern lawyer from whom' the
book takes Its title Is a character In
American Hternture and his crisp say-
ings will live forever
No actor of tho stage or screen Is so
well suited to tho rolo of "Pudd'nhead
Wilson" as Theodore Itoberts Amer-
ica's leading screen character star.
Mr. Ilobcrts brings out the subtle
humor of Wilson who swayed a whole
community by his personality during
nn oxclting trial finally establishing
the Innocence of n youth unjustly ne-
ensed Thero Is a gripping love story
through the "photoplay.
Dixie Airdome Opening
Free Show to Every One
We extend a cordial invitation to every oriel n Abi
lene to be our guests Monday night at the
DIXIE AIRDOME. 4BI
Selig Diamond Speciajnai
ana Vivian ncea in imnemi
olv the Undervvpji
tty the Boy and
A Delightful Vitagraph
The greatest 6f all Pathe Serials fdaluring the Fear-
less Peerless PEARL WHITE CREIOHTON HALE
Mk0 M Ar
uir'wun narnr Aicsuwcr
wiif roie. a viyio nojwravai
and SHELDON LEWIS the "ElaincT1 favorites. Story
written by Arthur Stringer and adapted by George R.
Seitz produced by the Feature Film Corporation un-
der supervision of Edward Jose
Matinee Every Day at the Gem Airdome at Night.
FOIt TOMOimOW Look who is here OHABLIK CHAPLIN in a 4 Keel Com-
edy. 'THE MIX UP" Never been shown here before.
"SOLD TO 8ATANU Absorbing Liibin Drtuna that will thriiyrom head to foot
'BKTTYf THE BOYAND THK BIRD" A delightful "Vim" Comedy.
8 BBJELB 5 SKILS COM1DY
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