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Mail Tribune 100

Nov. 12, 1915


The first episode of the New Adventures of J. Rufus Wallingford, entitled "The Bungalow Bungle," featuring Burr McIntosh, Max Figman and Lolita Robertson, will be given at the Star today only, matinee and evening. This is a new feature and will be given every Friday at this popular theatre.

It is one of the most exciting and interesting comedy photoplays that is being produced today, and is having big runs in the cities, where the daily newspapers are printing the story.

This is not a serial, but a new series based on popular stories, each adventure of which is complete in two parts.


The Page takes pleasure in announcing Charlie Chaplin in a genuine Essanay production, "Shanghaied," tonight, tomorrow afternoon and night.

"Shanghaied," hailed as Charlie Chaplin's funniest comedy, has been completed in Essanay's Los Angeles studio, and critics who have seen it are unanimous in the assertion that it is the best laugh making photoplay Mr. Chaplin has ever produced.

Most of the scenes in this two-reel "Chaplin" are laid on ship board and Charlie of the Weary Trotters does more original stunts during the incessant and side-splitting action than he has ever put into any one of his previous comedies. The Charlie Chaplin brand of humor is unique and this lot is out of the Three Star box.

Advertisement: Nobody Killed

No, there was no one killed in the rush at Wilson's yesterday, but a good many had their toes trampled on. There sure was some crowd.

Tomorrow we will sell —

  • Toilet paper, three rolls for 10 cents
  • Boys' underwear at 10 cents
  • $2.50 hats at 98 cents
  • $2.50 ladies' shoes at 76 cents

A lot of furniture at next to nothing. Men's shoes, suits and overcoats. Boys' suits and hundreds of other bargains.

You will never have another chance like this. Everything going.

Store room for rent.