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taYBNIKft LEflGflB-PHILADELPHIA", BATTTBBAT, JASTtTAftY 30, IfOlg.
lltvin Cobb's War Lectures
Etrtlu Cobb, lecluror oa well as war
Sffcspontloill. will be exhibited to PhlU
Kfphlfl n1 Tuesday ntternoon nnd ove
Slng R' ha Academy of Mustc. Ho wilt
Kucourse, genially to bo sure, on his ex-
rltnces In Belgium.
Tho comlnB nl Mr. Cobb lbcalls thd Joko
ho plal'fd o" ''0 editors who nsked lilm
Vor lils opinion ns to tlio best humorous
"book- It wns qliortly nftcr hlB own "Back
jlomo" had como out, nnd ho wrote:,
Tho best book tlmt I have read In
i(., u.ist 12 inonlliH Is the 0110 called
p utiAni. tfnnm." nubltnhpd b Uenrcrn IT.
I am making this statement without
mental reservation after n considerable
ctudy of tho matter. This book 1ms
meant mere to me, It has brought more
to me and It has done more for mo
nnd my family than nny book I have
ever read. Truthfully yours.
lllVIN S. COBB.
p, S. The nuthor of this bonk li
also related, by marriage, to my wife.
Continued from l'nice four
Dorothy .inruon, t.yciiii L.opoKova mul
I Frnnlt Moulnn. An elaborate produc
tion 011 tho order of the prevalent New
fork "revues." Tho book Is by Glen
JlacDotioUKb. the music by Haymond
llubbcll. Julian Mitchell attends to tho
LYRIC "Danalnu Around," with Al .Tol-
jion. A new ions winter uanien snow
of tho familiar and clabornto type, ox
ploltlnB principally comedians and
WALNUT "It's a Lour Way to Tlpper-
nrjy a war urama nioiiR popular lines.
KEITH'S Trlxlo Krlfranzn, tho popular
singer; uarry ucrcsioru .vc co.; Flor
ence Tempest & Co.; Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
Mcdroovy; Lucy aillctte; Adler and
Arllnej Blank Family; Martin Vnn
Bergen; tho Bchrens, nnd Bathe News
IDELl'llI'-Veg o' My Heart," with
norenco Martin, Beeves Smith and
Howard Shoit. Hartley Manners' pop
ular nnd nmuslnt? comedy of the im
petuous young1 Irish girl unci her con
flict with a scdato English family.
CARRICK "Tho Misleading Lady," with
Lewis Stone. Tho ongnglng comedy of
how a rough-mannered gentleman,
home from Patagonia, tames, woos and
weds n society belle by the heroic
treatment of kidnaping her to his Ad
WALNUT "The Trail of the Lonesome
Pine." Eugene Walter's effective
dramatization of John Kox, Jr.'s, talo
of tho Cumberland Gap.
BROAD "Outcast," with Elslo Ferguson.
1 Hubert Henry Davlos' drama of a mis
tress saved from tho streets and prov
ing herself In tho end a woman of moro
fibre than most of fellows. Lately seen
In New York.
AMERICAN "The Traffic," finchel Mar
shall's familiar play of "white slavery."
Continued from l'ngo Four
Hpl was advised against by my wife, my
children, my business manager and my
1 One or two of my biggest failures I
was absolutely certain wouid be successes
when I read them over and over again,
too but when I saw them In rehearsal I
B began to leallzo they woijtri bo lailuies,
ana men camo wnat is one or the great
est trials o the manager, tho having to
0 on rehcirslng and producing a play
he realizes cannot possibly be a success.
Be has to work with all possible spirit,
nnd must not give any one the flrat hint
of his fears, or his company would be
come bo depressed ns to give the play
even a worse chance than tho manager
feels It has already.
One play of that kind I produced a few
years ago, I had spent over a year dream
ing and planning for Its success, arrange
Ing, and working over the manuscript,
thinking out the scenic decorations. Imag
ining tho lighting effects nnd helping the
costumer In his plans. I first realized It
would not bo a success as I was reading
It to tho assembled company. Poor old
Slay. Itecjulescat In pace.
And yet, what huppy times .1 had plan
ning It, stage managing and producing it,
trying to hide from myself, ns well as
from otheis, the Inevitable failure that I
felt hanulntr over it like a nail ready to
The concert of tho Philadelphia Orches
tra yesterday afternoon had every inten
tion of greatness; Us symphony was the
fifth of Beethoven, its overture the Schu
mann "Manfred" and its concerto was
composed by Brahms and played by Fritz
Krelsler, The splendor of these things
Biado for artistic exaltation, but It also
revealed even tho slightest shortcoming1.
The orchestra, In tho first place, did not
et the highest achievement of this
leason. as It should have done. Mr. Sto
kowskl's conducting, with all Its brava
fire and enthusiasm, seemed momentarily
,to lack discrimination. And Mr, Krelsler,
greater yesterday than all but tha great
est of violinists, still fell short of the
ubllmo grandeur and perfection which
8 nsntruiiy his, which ho nas snown
hers twice this season and which we may
expect him to show again.
So much needs to be said for the sake
,of historical accuracy, Tho detail of the
performance yesterday need take but lit
tle account of the overture, which was
played with gusto and strength. That
this spirit should have overshadowed all
ethers In two-thirds of the symphony was
;. ?rettable. Tho andante alone was played
wn irreproachable spirit, and here, on
two occasions, the horns afflicted the sen-
nve ear. Tho andante is, of course, the
most popular of tho movements, but it Is
none the less difficult to find the exauls.
" tempo at which It should be taken.
Llr. Btokowskl found It to the fraction
of a second, and his 'cellos and his wood
wind spoke with a wealth of nuance and
una subtlety of feeling, But tne nrsi
movement lacked delicacy, which It
hould possess, and tha last two move
ments, played as one. lacked both grace
and profundity. "Why these things were
' is very hard to discover, rossiuiy
one. comes to this symphony with an lr
I'econcllabja feeling for It, with a
inempry of It which becomes art meat
Joleratlng' no change and accepting no Im
provement. na comes In that spirit to near Jar.
reisler, and one Is sq seldom aisap
Iated thnt it in ImDertlnent to point
9Wt how and why one was disappointed
ssteraay. As he appears lor us, hi wu
line, Mr. Krelsler stands ft noble dls-
ance bevonj iiia fellow artists, tils art.
Wt apart from tha miraculous tec-
Kjue na possesses, is cn&sie u nw
rfuu reflued. It Is not merely a
Mwoid to say that It u Meueuic. m
is that word Indicates precisely its
tcr It surpasses mansion i i"
fen 9v fYiartkilld.
of humanity and to proclaim that de
parture a pioneering nnd a nroplieev. It
Is Infinitely harder to walk tho difficult
pain or tne world and to como at tho
journey's end to something moro nobler,
and mora ennobling, than tho common
Clld of nmnltlnrl. Tim nt-flaf ...! ..
of the people Is merely a phenomenon
iiiu ureeKs wouin nave called him a
monster. Tho artist who rises to the
heights, yet keeps unbroken tho connec
tion which grapples him to tho world
with hoops of steel, enn nlono report to
ut what tho heights can hold, With
each occasion of his coming hero tha
content of Mr. Krclsler's art reports moro
nnd moro to us of tho grentness of life.
Ho perpuades Us, almost, that tho banal
trivialities of yesterday and tomorrow
may bo ns great ns tho eternal beauties
ho can Invoke.
"The Musical Glasses"
Moro extensivo notices will appear
when timely for each of tho following
events. Tho uncritical calendar below
Is Intended merely as a guide for the
TtlUiOAT, February S Mallnco Muslcnl
Chiti. 'Cello recital ty Hans Klndler, ot tho
i'lillailc-lphla Orchrsti. WlllierBPoon.
RUIUAY, February S-J'lilladclphla Orelicn
tra concert, playing for the ilrst time tho t'
minor s.wnphony of I"rederlck Stock: Mr
Snmlby, the first 'celllct, lrf tbu tololst. A
p. m , at the Acnilrmy.
SATt'IlDAY, February 0 Tho Orpheus Club,
at the Academy.
SUN 'JAY. February 7-UtemlelBjohn P01 lety
conceit, commemorating tho lOiith birthday of
MONDAY, February 8. The Philadelphia Or
cluUra, repeating Friday's progrum. S 13
v. m,, at tho Academy.
TfuaUAY. February 0 Tho opera. Still to
bo announced, .
MOMMY, February lu-Tho Hoton Sym
phony Orchestra, playlns a concerto for string
nuaitet by iJpohr, probably new to this city
The first dlbellus symphony. 8:15 p. 111., at
It should bo particularly noted by
patrons of tho Philadelphia Orchestra
that tho concert which naturally falls
on Saturday evening Is this week post
poned to the following Monday evening.
Newman's Fourth Traveltalk
Tracing tho Hfo ot Jesus, step by step,
E. M. Newman's fourth traveltalk, "Tho
Holy Land," nt the Academy of Music,
next Friday evening nnd Saturday after
noon will be a graphic depletion of tho
Inspiring locale where tho biblical nar
rative was enacted. As nothing elBe can,
the beautiful new pictures, In color nnd
motion, will glvo a clearer understanding
of Palestine. Throughout his entire Jour
ney last summer Mr. Newman made
special efforts to photograph picturesque
types of the present-day inhabitants, so
little changed from biblical times that
they give an adequate conception of tho
characters In Holy Writ. Many places
entirely new to travel-lectures will bo
shown, including Mt. Slnal and Petrn,
tho mysterious city of sapphire rock in
tho Arabian desert, to reach which Mr.
Newman organized a caravan of 23 men
and 20 horses and camels. Thenco the
Itinerary Includes Jericho and tho Blver
Jordan, Bethlehem, tho many sacred
places In and about Jorsusnlem, Naza
reth and tho Sea of Galilee, and Damas
cus and Baalbek III Syria, where the
Orient Is seen at Its best.
BET ON THE ATHLETICS,
SUED FOR NON-SUPPORT
Paterson Mnn Blames Loss for Fam
PATERSON, N. J., Jan. 30. Tho fact
that tho Athletics wcro defeated last fall
In tho world's series was tho reason that
Joseph McCan gavo to Judgo Klencrt for
not supporting his wife. McCnnn bet his
money on tho Philadelphia team, and
when ho lost was unable to provide funds
for the family.
This resulted In nn argument, and tho
husband tried to commit sulcldo becnubc,
ho said, of despondency from tho fact
that ho did not pick a winner. Since ha
has tried on two occasions to kill himself
foecauso ot family spats. The Judge gavo
tho couple some fatherly advice and
paroled McCaun in the custody of tho
REALTY MEN DINE TONIGHT
Prominent Men listed as Speakers at
Tho annual dinner of tho Philadelphia
Bcal Estato Board In the ballroom of
the Bellevue-Stratford tonight promises
to Burpass any over given by tho or
ganization. Among tho speakers will be Congress
man Carter Qlass, author of tho Bank
ing and Currency bill; Congressman Sim
eon D. Fcss, and Paul A. Harsch, of
Toledo, Ohio. Many of tha notable men
of affairs In all walks of Ufa In Phila
delphia will be present and among- tha
prominent out-of-town visitors will bo
tha presidents of tho Beal Estate Ex
changes ot Baltimore, Pittsburgh and
MISS ITcADOO OFF TO WAR
NEW VOBIC. Jan. 30. Miss Nona Mo
Adoo, eldest daughter of William O. Mc
Adoo, Secretary of tho Treasury, start
ed for Europe this morning aboard the
Lusltanla, of tha Cunard Line, to nurse
wounded soldiers. Tho Secretary and
Mrs. McAdoo came from Washington last
night to see her off.
With Miss McAdoo will be her friend,
Miss Catherine Brftton, of Washington,
and the two girls will bo chaperoned by
Colonel and Mrs. E. M. House, of 145
East 35th street
Tha party will go to tha south of
France, where tha girls will stay several
months serving1 as. nurses In a convales
cent hospital. When asked If they were
going to nurse the Allies, Secretary Mc
Adoo replied that Miss McAdoo was to
take care of any soldier that was bYought
to tha hospital and assigned to her
WHAT'S DOING TONIGHT
"Billy" Sunday, tibernule. 19th and Vim
Reunion! commercial dfntrtment. Central
HbYb TScaool. KiuclWs: T o'clock.
.fjutibU.'; Plistio Club. 23S SOuth Canu
'FtSikielpal' Orchestra, Acxdtmy of Itiulo;
8 dSou. R4 EitU Board, BeUevu-Btxat-
1ni.r?'Owtwk Auoctatloo. Overbrook
"iSnSu'S: SS&ISSw. AdetDW. Hole.; T
pi?r9 Valley NaiuralUtV Ualoo. Com-
T)T AVO Aivrr nr ivtiny iWltYgynHOS.
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Tho Chestnut Street Opera House con
tained 15 men and two girls. It was 11
o'clock Thursday evening, and tho house
was shrouded In gloom and silence. Tho
moving plcturo machine began to whirr,
and on tho screen appeared tho titular
announcement of "Tho Avenging Con
science," a U. W. Crimths picture, based
on Edgar Allan Poo's "Tho Troubled
Heart" and "Annabel Lee." Hero bo It
bald that, from tho photographic lcn
point, this plcturo Is 10 years In advance
of anything attempted hitherto. Ad
jectives fall to descrlbo tho marvel of
tho plctute, tho amazing tricks played
with tho camera, tho exquisitely beauti
ful scenes and tho artistry and poetry
of It all.
Dut Poo is grucsomo ever; or was it
tho deserted theatre and tho nbsenco of
muslo that impressed tho beholder; that
gripped him and her In a grip of horror;
that hold tha auditors spellbound for
nearly two hours. It waa a plcturo such
as only Poo could film stupefying In Its
Intensity, awful in Its brutal realism, yet,
withal, wondrously symbolic, filled with
tho poesy of love, hypnotically pregnant
with tho thrill of tho story It told.
It would not bo fair to the producers to
detail the plot that would spoil the pic
ture for too many. But, nevertheless,
some tilings may bo written about so un
usual a picture.
To begin, the film Is half an hour too
long. It Is too powerful to Inflict upon
human emotions for one and three
quarter hours. Then, too, there are
scenes depicting the Saviour which are
of dubious propriety. And a scene
between o. grocer's boy and a maid Is
foreign to the story and unnecessary. Tho
nnale to an antl-cllmax, absurd and extra
territorial, if such a phrase may be ap
plied to a photoplay. It shows tha god
Pan playing his pipes, luring the nymphs
and animals to him. It Is picturesque,
true, but has nothing whatever to do
with the play Itself.
Still, Manager McCarthy of the Opera
House, deserves all possible credit for
Bhowlng "Tho Avenging Conscience"
even at 1 a. m. But If he Intends to
have It follow "The Christian," he should
havo It cut materially. And here ba It
mentioned that "The Avenging Con
science" Is better than "The Spoilers,"
better than "The Christian" better than
anything In tha photoplay line, shown at
the Opera House or elsewhere.
The New Tioga Theatre
Tioga possesses Philadelphia's newest
motion picture playhouse. It Is the
modern nre-proof Tioga Theatre at 17th
and Venango streets, and Its, doors will
be thrown open to the residents of that
section tonight There 1 a seating capa
city of 1700 and the safety of patrons
is assured by JO exits.
The theatre Is constructed of steel
throughout and every attention has been
given to the securing of every comfort
for tha patron. There are no stairways
of steps, nor is there a balcony. Every
seat is on the ground floor and not a
single post obstructs tha view of tha
Architecturally tha theatre Is a worthy
addition to tho playhouses of the
city. It has a strikingly effective facade.
Tha Interior is marked by a chaste beauty.
Tho main entrance leads to tho foyer
ttCllOOLH AND COtXEOEl
B iTs INBBS INSTRUCTION
ETENOURAPHV. BQOKKSEFns'O. ENqUSH
luU eou Protlei, than metboda,
BH JLiU BulldJsf, 1333 Cfcwtuut ititet.
with vaulted celling, Illuminated by elec
tric ehnmlellcrs. Itoman gold. Ivory nnd
glided tones piovnll In the schemo ot deco
rations. Special attention has been directed to
tho ventilation of tho Tioga Theatre. An
oxpenslvo set of machinery can com
pletely change tho air In tho playhouse
every two minutes, so that the patron at
all times Is assured of proper atmosphere.
'iho policy of the Tioga Theatre will bo
to picsent tho last word In motion pic
ture photography. Its programs being
equal to thoso to be seen nt tho higher
priced motion picture playhouses In the
central pait of tho city. For tho matinee
performances admission will bo 5 cents.
In the evening tho admission feo will bo
10 cents. Tho first performance will be at
half-past two In tho afternoon. Tho
evening shows will start promptly at
0:45 and 0 o'clock.
Special concerts will bo given during In
termissions by tho Tioga Symphony Or
chestra, which will be one of tho features
of the new theatre. Tho Tloira Thentro
will bo tinder tho management of Mark
Wilson, who has obtained Henri Bern
stein's drama "Samson" for tho opening
Praise From Sir Hubert
That the moving plcturo show has
proved tho most powerful agent for tho
upbuilding of sound morals In college
students that tho United States has ever
known, was one of tho assertions of
President Jacob Qould Schurman, of Cor
nell University, at the annual banquet ot
tho Cornell Club of Western Pennsyl
vania, given In his honor In Pittsburgh on
"In Ithaca," ho said, "wo have found
that tho 'movies' are a most potent factor
In maintaining manly fellows of our stu
dents. It is not llko It wns a few years
ago. Nowadays, uheu the boys have a
little tluio hanging on their hands of mi
evening they do not organize parties ns
of old, and go down Into town to guzzlo
beer and shoot pool in somo ambiguous
emporium. Instead, they spend a nickel
NEXT WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 3
Grand Mask Carniva
Palace Skating Rink de Luxe
8005 MARKET STREET
(formerly Palace Ballroom)
Skating Till Midnight
Chaperon in Attendance
riRST FLOOR. 33t 8. BROAD ST,
I'nnne. inm oiu-.
f" I A Y T O N OIBAHD AVE. BELOW
l L. A I I - 1 TENTH STREET
Wednesday and Saturday Evgs.
Band & Orchestras (Continuous)
DAWSON STUDIO mmT 8T.
STePSONH FOR J3! STRICTLY PRIVATE
Children'! Fancy Danelnt a Specialty.
The School of Real Dancing
MCELROY'S TIOGA ACADEMY
4416 Germantown Ave.
M ARTEL'S 1710 North Broad
ALL THE MODERN DANCES
PRIVATE LESSONS ANY HOUR BY
Broad tL Porter Sts.
Scholars" CU Tuedy snd Thursday Evu.
mi-.tiitlom Monday and Saturday Eveolnf.
THE DANSE STUDIO
23 ""WES g.'a&0ou&"aoat sm
WHOM KElTjra TOBATRE BALLROOM
Xew Children's das, faturday U A M.
Ballroom can b rented Private- leason.
Iuil Panca Saturday nUht, Bgd tret
MRS. DEAN, IT15 Norrta CloMu or prtirat
I.mom dally Miom Diamond flTt D flr
TuTsIajr, 4518 Bolmsw)
or 10 cents to sec a thrilling four-irol
drama and return homo with all tho ex
citement they wunt."
Odds nnd Ends
Tho Aiming of tho Essanay photoplay
"Graustark," from tho novel by Georgo
Barr McCutclieon, now Is completed.
Part of tho scenes were tnken In New
York and Washington. Francis X. Hush
man takes the leading pait, that of the
young American who wins a princess.
Leah Build, ono of tho popular stock
members of tho Vitagrnph Company, re
ceived from nn unknown gill admirer In
Marlon, Indiana, a book Illustrating the
story of her life In pictures clipped from
numerous publications. Tho care exer
cised In tho selection of npproprlato pas
tures and tho artistic Imagination and
evident painstaking manner In which tho
book was compiled makes of It a work
ot love and Miss Build's most prized
possession. Tho first plcturo Is a remnrk
ablo likeness of the moving picture star
and Is followed by ono In which the
stork Is seen bringing a baby to the Balrd
homestead. Next comes pictures of what
might have happened from tho ago of two
years, through her school days; exper
iences with her first beau, her Ilrst ap
pearance as a child actress, adventures
while playing in stock after having
adopted the theatrical profession as her
own nnd ono representing tho Ilrst plcturo
In which she appealed as a leading lady
of the Vltagraph Company are part ot
tho series of interesting Illustrations tlmt
go to make up this icmarkablo book.
Next follow pictures of Miss Baird's nu
merous ndmlrcrs, her marriage, honey
moon and trip to Europe. And now the
story comes to Miss Balid nnd brings
her a daughter and ns time passes, pajs
the Balrd home two moro Important
visits. From tills point the compiler of the
book let her Imagination havo full swnv
and pictured Miss Balid at 60, nt 63 and
surrounded by grandchildren, closing tho
book with an appropriate verse:
"The sun Bliiks low In a Golden West,
I hear a song which speaks of rest."
The Place for Your Class
Suppose you want to prac
tice the modern dance In a
congenial class, mada up o(
You will look for a roomy,
attractive hall, conveniently
You will look for Instruction that has
You will try to keep the expenses with
in reasonable limit.
Choose carefully, Consider every rood
school you know of, stop In and ex.
amine our ballroom. We will show you
every courtesy, and we will not try to
force our service upon you.
TUB CORTIHSOZ SCHOOL
1K30 Chrstnut Street, llukcr llullillui:.
DAKCINU EVERY 'WEEKDAY EVENING
VV-irnrr Entrance. 1730 N. Broad street.
YV4libi A4uiu. Ca,a jjpn., Tues.. Tour,
Private Lesions Day or Evg. 'Phono Dla 838.
rhnlflXS' Semi- Dance Monday Et.
Lady and Gentleman Reception Committee.
USUAL CLAS3 TUESDAY EVEN1NO S-ll
Z2$fif Dance Contfi5t &.'?
BCJIOt-AHS' 81ECIAkDANCETHUns. EVO,
Drexnoor Alumni Club Dance, Friday Eg
oSffia Continuous Dance
I DPPR'S NIXON THEATRE BLDO
LUWI.H J 65D. ABOVE CHESTNUT
M?,iY All the Old Dances
30 Old and SDecialToillfrht Contlnuou
s-ew Dance, OJJCI.I41 UlllgUl p-
THE C. KLLWOOD CARPENTER STUDIO,
1123 Chestnut street 13 experienced Instruc
tor ; dally, from 10 A. M. We specialize the
one-step, hesitation, (ox trot, la Rum, Bal
ancello. Jtoult Rouli. Both phone.
pRED. W. SUTOR
UAITRU DU DANSE
Utl WALNUT ST. SPRUCE 2
XJ.FlnWaetudlQof Iincinj-,30CSJ W paupota t.
Latut dCt t'Jht. ciu cr prL Dl. 3407.
LEGAL COLD STORAGE LIMIT
DECLARED TO BE TOO SHORT
Dcalera Unable lo Sell 0,000,000
Tons of Meat.
Bolli houses of tho Stnto Klslattiro
liavo been petitioned by llio Philadelphia
Board of Trndo that Hie Pennsylvania,
legal slornso limit bo oxtenctcd from nlns
to 12 months on senernl foodstuffs and
from cIrIi to months 011 crbs. This
action was decided on yesterday nnd a
further extension nrlvllcga of 30 days,
subject to tho approval of Htato food In
spectors, ttas 1 educated on tho ground
that tho present laws aro driving tho
profltablo cold stortigo Industry from tho
Boveral days ago Slato puro food In
spectors declared that moro than nlns
million pounds of meat were being held In
tho local storago houses, owing to Inabil
ity on tho part of tho dcnlcrs to complete
their plans tn soil tho carcasses abroad.
Inspector Itobert . Simmers stated that
tho men who bought up this largo stock
had expected to unload tho meat, on tho
warring nations In lluropo, but foreign
officials obtained cheaper offers from tho
Argontlno rtcpubllo nnd Australia, with
tho result that the tlmo limit Is oxplrtng
dally on tons ot Iho foodstuff stored hero.
Olllcuth In back of tho movement to
bring about loss stringent cold storago
laws denied that tho largo quantity of
meat stored hero had anything to do with
yesterday's leanest to tho Legislature. It
was pointed out Hint under the present
laws, cold storago products on which tho
tlmo limit had expired could bo taken
to Now Jersey nnd sold back Into tho
Tho Hoard of Trade Is I'Acked up by a
largo number of cold storage men who
WEEK FEBRUARY 1 to C
"1 he Spoilers"
ADAPTKD FROM IlEX IIEACII'S N'OVEf.
WITH WM. FAItNUM AND KATUI.YN' WILLIAMS
r. Blums Ilnlly 1, .1, S, 7. 0 I'. M.
SPECIAL MUSIC 11Y HKLMONT ORCIIKSTnA
WEEK FEBRUARY 1 to G
"TJIU NAKED TRUTH"
B-act Klclno Production.
4 Other Pictures.
"A FOOL Tltllrtll WAS"
Itulicrt Jllllliirii'H Clrentcut
I Other Picture.
Cohnn & Harris' Mclo-
4 Other rictures.
"TEHS of D'UmntVILLES"
Minnie Muililcrn Klskc.
I Other Pictures.
Milt. 1:30 & 3:15 Evgs. 6:30 to 11
TIOGA THF.ATRF. 17th and Venango Sts.
Wm. Farnum in "Samson," Henri Bernstein's Great Social Drama
MON. and TUE.
Robert Edeson in
"The Girl I Left Behind
Me," David Belasco's
WED. and THU
Charles Richman and
Catherine Countess in
"The Idler," by C. Had
don Chambers, Eng
land's Foremost Dramatist.
3 Performances Daily. Matinee
Special Concerts by the
TODAY'S PHOTOPLAY CALENDAR
Subject to Chanoi
1 un vn h l? rA
CajuKii Ht. mul
r'iil ht. untl
V TulpelmcKen Ht.
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Til rat re Itldge Ave.
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World Film Corporation
In Five Reels Featuring
Carlotta De Felice -
Releasing Exclusively Shubert and Wm. Brady Features
World Film Corporation - - 1314 Vine Street, fyila.
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The Twenty Million Dollar Mystery,;
Mareruerlta Bnow a Zudora in
The Twenty Million Dollar Mjitcrf
TluuihauscT's Greatest X'hQtoplar
It you can't Bt to tho llutual Exchange TOOAT, wira or mtw or MiapnoR
for a reservation. Get the facts from the Thanhouier Syndicate j-ertwenwly
at any Jtutual Hxchanpro In America. Pon't mUa this We feature Tho Pwjir
Million Pollar Mystarv5' written by the Breatesl Awerlcan author. Harg M md
It you can't Bt to the Stutual Exchange TODA-V. wlra or write or tetephMW
Qrath produced by tha greatest Ulrector. Howall Haoeu--a4 H$te&P?
greatest cat of flim stars with James Cruze as tho here Book H JiOn :
THANHOUSER SYNDICATE CORPORATION
902 FIL5SRT STREET PJfTE'a F, GLENN, Rnprestatjv
declare lhat tho present legislation hw
worked tremendoud havoo tn their busi
ness. Testimony before tho Cold Stomg
Commission by Dr. Mary K. Pennington,
Chief of tho United Stated Food Research
Laboratory, Is referred to by dealers here
to show that there I no Justification In,
limiting cold storago bora to a petlod lees
than 12 months.
ThcXCHESTHUT ST. US'
Jlomf nf iVarMV tirrttM
AFTS. 1 & 3,
10 & ISO
C3 Id. 15
' In "CAPRICE"
4 Other Pictures.
Hanlun Dros. Spectacular
4 Other rictures.
Special Orchestral Accompaniment
FBI., and SAT.
Greatest Success, "A
Fool There Was," by
at 2:30, Evenings at 6:45 and 9 o'clock
Tioga Symphony Orchestra
THE BOMB BOY
THE DEEP PURPLE SCb.ggw
EXPLOITS OF ELAINE No. 2
IN DEFIANCE OF THE LAW
THE NIHILIST'S DAUGHTER
IlKATItlK .MIOHIILKNA In
Adaptrd from llret Ilartr'n Itomjincr.
Iliiokrd Thru tlio Wtaiilc-y Itooklnir Ccinijiunr.
THE SPOILERS JjitSr" cast '
SHE ST OOPS TO CONQUER
Wrath of the Gods aiMtcwiete
ZUDORA No. 7 And Others
2nd T b
BIG Y 11 1 y
MONTH Sf 1
O R A in
Exhibitors Accept this invitation!
Go to the Mutual Film Exchange and
ask to see the newest Thanhovfser
serial-"The Twenty Million Dollar
Mystery," See James Cruze as the
newspaper-reporter hero; see Sidnvy
Bracy as Tom Hunt, the private
detective; see Frank Farrington as
Capt. Radcliffe, chief of the conspir
ators; sec the entire Thanhouser cast
of stars in this great serial; see the
new, elaborate settings which, cost n
fortune; see the exquisite gowns
worn by the women players; see
what a really remarkable photo
play-story Harold MacGrath and
Howell Hansell have written and
produced. See this big attraction,
then you'll book ill
Book This Big Feature
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