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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
m imnM a . . paii' x iik
STATE HERE TODAY
Members of Pennsylvania Med
ical Association Assemble
in City for Annual
JJIG PROGRAM ARRANGED
Mora than 6 phyilelani frorn nit so.
tleni of Pennsylvania ar In Philadelphia
oday as deleiratca and guests to tho CMh
annual session of the Medical Society pf
th State of IVnnsi'lvanln, which will be
itld In the Bcllevue-fltratford from today
The meeting wilt open tonUht with tho
assembling of the House of Delegates,
when various amendments to the consti
tution will be considered.
The society has Invited the members to
brln their wives and children to ho ses
sion) and for tW reason It Is to be tho
matt memorable meeting; over helitby the
iecUty. The local Committee on Arrange
' menu, of whleh Dr. Duftleld Itoblnson Is
7 chairman, with tha assistance of about 12
subcommittees, han been busily working
-throughout tha Mimrrier to complete tho
selsntlllo and entertainment program, No
details have been overlooked, even the
ntsrtalnment of the physicians having
been considered and arranged for at
various theatres. This has been ?one so
that physicians from out of town will
bring their wives and children along aa
special guests. Speolal efforts hava also
bien made with tha object of providing
sntertalnment for tha ladles.
MUST PASTOR QUIT AT
Tho Rev. Dr, McAllister's Quos
. tion Ariswered Negatively by
The question whether a minister should
tlin the pastorship of a church at the
request of a committee of church mem
fesrs, or wait until tho entire congregation
signified Its deulro for the resignation,
was discussed by the Congregational
Ministers' Association at ft meeting held
today at 1816 Chestnut street.
'The point was raised by the HV. Dr.
.Dsrilel McAllister, pastor oi ine wongre
Mtlpnal Church of Maplelia4e, N. J.(
who said he was confronted with such a
proposition. .He admitted that he had
z promised the members of the church to
mlm the pastorate when they were
ready to Install ft resident pastor, hut
asserted that he was In doubt as to
nvhtier ho should act upon tho request
of p. committee, which might or might
rfQt represent the sentiment of the con
gregation. Mayor Wankenburg, on the approach
of His retirement, was warmly praised
telay at the weekly Baptist ministers'
conference, held at the First Baptist
Church, lTth and Hansom streets, for his
"purification of tlje stage."
The fleformed Ministers' Association of
Philadelphia held the flrst of Its weekly
meetings at the Reformed Church Build
ing, 15th and Race streets, today. Tho fol'
lowing officers wej-e elected: The Rev. J,
M. Isenberg, Trinity Church, president!
the Rev, H. W. Weatlar, Hope Church,
vice president, and the Rey. Maurice
Eamsdn, Olivet Church, secretary and
The Initial fall meeting of the Lutheran
Ministerial Union, of the Philadelphia
Conference of the Eastern Pennsylvania
Bynod, took place today In the assembly
.rooms of the Lutheran Publlcatlpn So
ciety, at UJ2 Arch street. The president,
the Rev, I. W. Borst, pastor of tha
Lutheran Church of tho Reformation,
Carlisle and Ontario streets, occupied tha
Ship Bound Here Runs Aground
The Fred Luckenbach, due In this port
from San Francisco, Is aground east of
New Castle In the Delaware Rver. Jt left
San Francisco August 14, carrying a gen
eral cargo consigned to Galley, Davis &
Co., of this city.
LTlUC-"Th rrincess Tat." with Eleanor
Fainter and Alexander Clark. A musical
coniedy by Victor Herbert, with a ctisrac
terlctfc and effective score. The perform
ance la admirably adaptad; the book,
ordinary, Last weak.
rortREJST-'The Birth of a -Nation," with
U,nI' .,WftH,H1 llM taroh and Spottla
wooda Atkln. D. W, tfrlMth's mammoth
photoplay of the Civil War and rtaconstruc
llan, founded. In part en Thnmae Dixon's
,-Hn"man- A marveloua entertainment.
snf "Th' El,p,orer'' wUh ,014 T""'
FALACB-'The Price," wlh Helen Ware.
FE0Pl.E8-"Happy Heine." with Ben Holmea.
nuical comedy built around a wooden
hoed ae-?ian Immigrant boy.
K.NhiCK,"?Sa!lf?Ji-"Wlth.n th; taw
the Knickerbocker Playera
Th nrst Ptock
JJMU'tlon of Bayard VUller'e ecitln nielo
tHKmTiT.n. P'" o' " Cross."
nn,- L . ":".T'. nlI HW.
Tha hero of "Baniltfur1
,f,v naro ot "IJaniirur'f
In snalhaa nlau f
Sieond week of the
iF.'.V,! B-Qerlrudo Hoffman In Max Heln
riuV.! oma,tR,w; ."Sumurun"! Sophia
SH",'nCh?,e",A9', " I" "A blandly
llan'a'rSStt-Wft Ml,c,n,! ,or" Wrlnht and
toK!,r'e'r!.chL Oeolle Trloi Horetty and An-toj-atf,
ann ,(,, jlMr,t.8,t Weeiy.
"8.15!?, a'itr3fite!'yx,!' n3
atli lM,alJv "".1 Augusta Turoln, In "The
oirl In the HnH,'' nu Dot Curt,
iT.THntnr-uv . i ... . . . . ..
! -, M '",, Willi,
ln?.?,,JiEN7"En)met We," "" his Jolly
5-r..'hL!Lr,ly .Irn",..'", ""Us. I" "The
Sj"nBn,"lien"l Holdan and liar-
',,' iv .v .Hv e i" a tsiory in
SKfilAa?!. ; Love ,nl wlIbur' ""W
William ie.m , ',. ....-
rfaKV.1V1,1,p.N-AnnIV'rry week. "The
SS't.9,r".b.y Bert Mcllughi Crosaman's
H FlenS.. ,viitl?,'1.l, n4 Original Dnl
Slsrry Irans '""" e"nP0 n( pean
Dp?AfrJTrrom, Ooney, Island to ths NartH
tjls 'I Jpe llortis. In "Ten Nights In a
ImT1!1; B""v1,A Ve'roys 'llstirsj
v.VL Bymunda' Edney Brotherei Hmllh and
U,nifjnn"rh,J 9?lde" Weddlns "Prente3
Oe ,UV! ?? OossetUi Camlle I'eraonl &
Navvy" - Qold" n "Weal of ths
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Wlii.m,,, VTf'p pail dk wmi
AiS2fr!inJcJn."M Culumi Bommers
KlSWi- 7h Cla,rn Asenf'i Eacelalor 1
i. pa- .ine uoaaeaa."
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Paffydti ajrls," la
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SoSB'",!?1? Piford movie skit and,
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Tho noted" linger nnd dancer has
taken tho movie pluntre, The lat
ter half of this week he will bo
seen nt the Stanley in "The Voice
in the Fofc:."
TWILIGHT SLEEPS FILMS
BANNED IN NE$ YORK
The Courts Now Arguing Over
Showing of Medical Movies,
Which Many Prrtise
By the Photoplay Editor
Tho New York courts are trying to de
cide whether moving pictures explaining
the "twilight sleep" shall be exhibited In
New York. The license commissioner has
Interfered with their showing. Now th"
Medical Review of Reviews, the film's pro
prietor, asks court Interference to permit
Tho plaintiff In the action contends thera
Is no sound reason why the picture should
not be shown In New York, as It had been
accepted In various other cities throughout
the United States. Attached to ftio court
papers Is a letter from Mayor A. B.
Wooldrldge, of Austin, Tex,, addressed "To
Whom It May Concern," and reading aa
"Last evening, at the Res-mar Theatre
In this city, I witnessed an exhibition of
what Is designated as the "Twilight
Bleep.' A very full, Intelligent, but not
technical, lecture by Vr. K. H. Hchlosslng
preceded the moving pictures. The lectura
and plcturos were entirely modest and be
coming to any audience. In any com
munity. I commend the lecture of Doc
tor Schlosslng and the moving pictures
thaf follow It to the Interest of any en
lightened community wishing Information
gn the vltar matter of the birth of our
The plaintiff's lawyer eaya; "When we
started to show this picture In New Or
leans there was some objection, and the
Mayor of that city appointed five women
as a committee to pass upon Its merits.
The committee unanimously approved of
the ploture, and It was thereafter pre
sented before mixed audiences In New
Orleans. In suctn cities as Norwich,
Bridgeport, Hartford and Mlddletown,
Conn., there was not a single puritanical
whisper against the picture.
"It wag also seen and favorably ac
cepted by mixed audiences in Waco,
Austin, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Tex.,
and-fTiany other cities, Including Wash
ington. D, C; Springfield, liolyoke and
"There Is no exposure of any part of
the body except the faee and hands. The
accompanying lecture la by Doctor
Schlosslng, one of tho leading obstetri
cians and gynecologists of Germany, We
make his affidavit a part of our moving
pictures, along with scores f letters of
"Mr. Bell bases his objection pn the
public treatment of the subject, He .does
not stop to think that It has already
been exploited In hundreds of newspa
pers throughout tha eountry,"
Motion pictures will bo Bhown at Sym
phony Hall, In Boston, for the first time
In the history of the .house where the
Boston Symphony Orchestra nas catered
to music lovers tor a oecaqe, 'ine oc
casion will be the appearance of Oeraldlne
Farrar In "Carmen," the Paramount pro
gram picture, produaed by tha Lasky
Company, on October 1. Popular prices
will prevail, nnd an orchestra of 60 pieces
Is scheduled to render the music of the
Announcement will be made In the
course of a few days of a new patent on
the talking machines. This has been per
fected by a local man. What wa need now
Is to make the picture "stand" out like
those seen through a stereoscope,
The Motion Picture News announces
that tho latest move In Lubln's campaign
for new talent Is the engagement of
Joseph W. Farnham as an exeoutiva In
charge of publicity and advertising.
Aged Woman Dies of Injurlc
Injuries sustained when she was run
down hy a motorcycle caujed the death
today of Mrs. Bridget Hughes, an M-year-old
woman, of 1638 Cabot street, In Bt,
Joseph's Hospital. Franklin Bushnsel, Of
pennlsvlltc, N. J the motorcyclist r
sponsible for the accident, Is being held In
IU500 bail, end his brother, Arthur, who
was on tha rear seat of tho machine when
the collision occurred. Is belnr held In
EVAN B. LEWIS
For Judge of
Common Pleas Court No. 2
on J ,
patriotic, ex j'
perienccd a isDpr
square den) SBs
Vote for a Democratic Candidate for
Who li mi llw DEMOCRATIC MM enly
An Exptrwncwjl Lavrywr
a ISj8s(ataaBTa We a ssejeeejBappjs ees aeSffas
PROGRAMS OF PHOTOPLAY
PRESENTATIONS THIS WEEK
CAMWIIA-Mondsy, "The llossry'i Tuesday,
Unity of Folly." "The simp and tha
Sophomore," full News; , Wednesday,
reught." The Wsy Out.-' , "Road of
Strife." No It. Thursday. "4 ailtal Punish
ment.1' "t'he (loddc.s. No IS, "Hronrho
Steps In' Friday, "Ashe of Inspiration.'
Her Romeo," "Loe's Reaua"i Saturday,
The Triumph," "Iluelnees Rrtals," Ill;
Birthday curt,'1 "Capturlna- win." "Caught
Win the Goods," "Iieautlful llellnda."
nRVNUWlCK PALACE-Mondar, "Driven by
rat," "Blaine,': last eerlesi Tuesday, "Mi
lls Miss llrown." Source of Jlerplness," . A
Pip In the Water," "All on Account of x
Photo"! Wednesdsy, l,awrenes p-Orsay In
"The Karl of Pawtucket," "In tha drip of
the 1jw," "llauntlns Winds.'1 "Her Wed.
dins Nlshf'i Thursday, ''Hrokeit Coin." No.
Pi ''Tony, tha Wop.'f "Tha Coward' ' Krt
day, ,rA Flrey Introduction." "Kthtl's Ilur
rlar," "Vendetta"! Saturday, "Mule Hlonda
In Hlaek," Tribune Neekly, Vo. 4 Chaplin
Jlaro"! Wednraday. "The Blralsht and Nar-
row Path." "A Keyboard dtrateiy." 'The
Toll of sin." ''freaks" Thuraday. "Ham
let,'' "The Doomed Hero" "For HIS Supe
rior's Honor" Friday, "Tho Broken Coin,
No. St "Eyes That Bee Not' "There Is
Many a Hllp"! Saturday. "The Loa of
Prlnreaa Yolande," "Bha Took Chance,"
"The 8trner." "The Coincidence."
II 110 A I) BT. OASINO-Mondai-, Itobert War
wick In "Tha Btolea Voice.'' Ham Comedy.
Tueeday. "Hule to,'' Sell News, "llaiaa-rts
Mayo and Bryant Waehburn In
leeea Comedy j Saturday, "Dura,
ABaln," "The (Juarrel.''
CLMonday. "The Uoddeaa." "Play;
in ih- ri-ma Ia nv An lha Force.
".'.. "..wv,v "."..-;. ;;i.w .- .i..
rtthe Weekly! Tueuday, "The l'i
Halnbow," ,rThe Umlted I'erll,"
llUtlB." ".A uir nil 111
i no iiiii " .""
rll," "H nil
neiday. "ahootlns- of Dan Mearew," "Dla
mond From the Sky": Thuraday, "Today,
'llninn,A nf TlolnA." "POtinter IntrlSUe.
"Winning WasV't Friday. Betty Nanaan In
"A Woman's lleaurractlon." "Ilia Mother,
"Saved by Her Horse"' !8atiirday, 'The
T,l.ti4 r, r,Bnrallnn " "Tha Fable." rOOr
Island of iteseneratlon,'
BENN-Monday, "Diamond . From tha Sky,
"Uroncho Billy's Marrlese, -uomins
Kingdom"! Tueeday, "Shootlnc of Dan Mc
Oraw," "Kate of No. ," "Death'a Mara
thon' "A Hot Flnlih"! Wednesday, "lto.
manco of Elaine," "The Accomplice,
"Waking Father." "Cartoona, on Tour',
Thuraday, Betty nanaen In A Woman H
urractlon," "Dlmplea and the Bins," Old
Offenders." "Loat In the Jungle"; Friday,
"Tha fioddeas," No. 12 "Twice Won," "Ilia
Siecoy," "A Boomerang of Blood", Batur
y, "Tha Bllm I'rlnceaa," Jatr Comedy,
Llilllua Monday, rho nomance of Elaine,"
Kplaoda No. 1,0 1 "Tha Qolden Trail,
ItonftvmnnnfirB " "NTearlv
Tuesday, "Tha lala of c5ontent," "The Pro
motere," "The Aaiayer of Lone Oa." Wed
needav. "The Diamond from the Sky." "The
Exile of Bar K Itanch," "rtie Little Hero."
and one other. Thursday, "A Man Afraid, '
"The Battle of Ambroae and Walrua," and
two others. Friday, ' ihe Qold on the Crock,
"Over Becret Wires,'' "Faithful to the Fln
lih," and ne other. Saturday, "Neal of the
Navy." "The Confeaelon of Madame Baraa.
lolT," "A Message Through tke Flames,"
BnOADWAY Monday, "Neal of tha Navy,"
"Fighting Blood." "The Failure," Tueeday,
"Mlgnon Apdereon." "Helen Holmea," "Byes
That Bee Not." Wednesday, "Lady Audley's
Secret," with Theda Bant; Cheater Conklln
In comedy. Thuraday "Tho Ooddeaa," "Win
ifred Greenwood. " Friday, "Darkneee Before
DaKn," "When My ldy Bmllea," "The MyB
tin Jewel Kuliirilav. ''Col. Carter of Car-
tcrllle," "The Ace of Haarta," "The Cae
or, Thunder Cloud." . .. ..
OXFORD Monday, "Bomance of Elaine," No
S3: "All Aboard." "When Her Idol 'Fell,"
"Lady Bafflea-Dttectlve Duck." Tuesday.
"Under the Creecent." No. S: "Mumps,"
"One J.lnd of Friend," "Dlamonda of Kate,"
"nroken Hearts and Pledgee." Wedneiday,
"Trail of the Upper Yukon," "Strange Dl.
appearance," "The Memory Tree." Thurs
day. "Acroea the Footlights," "You Can't
Always Tell," "With Father's Help," "The
Piddle of the Hllk Blockings." Friday, "His
Oreat Opportunity," "No Boup," "On Hla
Wedding Day," and others. Saturday, "The
Snow fllrl," "The House of a Thousand He
latlona," "The Oolden Wedding."
SAMEHBET TJIEATnKMondayJVllllam Far
num In "The New Governor." Tuesday, dou
ble show day. Lew Fields In "Old Dutch."
Wednesday, "Broken Coin," No. 2. and Char
lie Chaplin In "Ambition," four.reel comedy
review, Thuraday, Israel ZanRwIU' greatest
play. "The Melting Pot." Friday. Cohan &
Harris' five-act farce, "Officer fiOO." Hatur
day, a feature program, Including Salisbury
8PHUCE Monday, Ella Wheeler Wilcox's
greatest rtory, "The I'rlre Ha Paid," nvo
acta; Tuesday, Marlon Leonard and a selected
cast In "Tha Vow"i Wednesday, Ituth no
land and Henry King In "Who Payst" Chap
ter Ri Thursday, Anna Laughlln in "Tho
Greyhound," five acts; Friday, the photo
play maaterPleea of the age, "Tha Volunteer
Orgapln"! flaturday. Herbert Kelcey and
Ettls Shannon in "After the Ball," six acts,
taken from Charles K, Harris' word famous
TIVQLI-Monday. "Jealousy, What Art Thou7"
"Her Wonderful Day," "Skipper Simpson's
Daughter" and others; Tuesday. "The Urokon
Coin.' No. 7, "A Man and ills Money." "T.ia
Fatal Klsa" and otherai Wedneaday, "My
Tomboy Girl." "Ths Doorway of Destruc
tion," "In tho Claw of the Law"i Thurs
day, ' The Bombay Buddha," Exploits of
Elaine" and others : Friday, Lois Weber
Philip Bmalley in "Scandal." rive parts, and
otherai Saturday, matinee and night, "The
Stool Pigeon," "Pagllaecl," four others.
LINCOLN Monday. "It Was to Be." "Life's
Yesterday," Mary Plckford, Bella; News!
Tuesday, "When Love la Not," "Pat Hogan
Deceased," "Good in tha Worst of Us";
Wednesday, Broadway star feature, ,"My
Lost One," "Daughter of tha Edrth," Mr,
Jarr Comedy: Thursday, big production night,
"Ilunsway Vtfe." "ltlddr of tha Illnga"
and a one-reel feature; Friday, Charlie Chap
lin In "The Bank," 'rha Legacy of Folly,"
"Her Iteturn.'i Broncho Billy. Saturday, big
WEST ALLEGHENY, Sefh end Allegheny
avenueMonday, "Neal dC the Navy," "Out
cast," Patha Weakly, "A Million Bid"! Tues.
day, "Wormwood," Chaplin, "A Woman,"
"For a IW0" Wednesday, "Typhoon,"
"Who PayaT" "Can a Man Fool Hie Wife?"
ThMrdy.e "Builder of Bridges." "Thrplng
ton's Family Tree," ''Cams Back"; Friday,
'The Middleman." Travel Pictures, "'The
Hero," "Double Deception"! Saturday, "Vir
ginian." "love's LunaQV," "Affinities."
KlTTKNIiqUHB-Monday, William Fox pre
sents Theda Bar In "The Clemenceau Case,"
from Dumaa' novel, six parte, otherai Tues
day, D. W. Griffith, producer of "Birth of a
Nation," directed, Henry II, Wsllhall and
Blanche Sweet In "Homa, Sweet Home," alx
parts, others! Wednesday, Thomas 11. Inoe
presents .Bessie lUrrlncaU n "Ths Devl,"
viin .uo i-itmiM
C. J. Heppe &t, Son
Ct'MIIERLAND- Monday, "The Hmoutderinr,"
"llroncho Ullly'a PrWge." "Openlnr .Nil hi."
"Desr Mttla Old Time Olrl"l Tuesday, T'The
Ooddess," No. Hi "Hand of pod," ''lllsh.
wavman." "Thn lllh Dimension." "HuatlQ
The genuine Pianola
within the reach of most every home
Th Stroud Pianok
KejUippr-u! -with MtrostyU nd
others ; Thursday, Wlllatn Foi preaents Bftty
Nansen In "Anna Uarennlna," hr parts, and
others, Friday, I'aramounl-Frohman preaenta
Mnry IMekford In "The Eatlt's Mate" and
others Silurday, Vllaaranh praaenta Edlih
Storey tfiar or "Tha Christian." In "The
(aland of Kesenerallon." and others.
BAnTftAM-Monday, 'Whom the Oods Would
Destroy," "Tha Frame fp"t eatra. a tood
epniady. Tuesday, "The Criminal," "4ana of
the Boll." "8wrrdle In Vaudeville." "Neal
yiS!,nM"','n In "Old Dutch.'" Thursday,
"Tr TragMlea of the Cryetal Olnba," "The
Hand of 1M." Frliiay, "The Itnmance of
Elaine." "lha Vallev of lh Rharinw." Th
Sands of Dee." "tltera Kntanla1." Rat.
urday, matinee, 15 p. m William Farnum
Jn "The Blunderer") 11, M, Anderson In "The
Little I'roepctor," Next week, "The Clem
IMPERIAL. Monday. IHward Connelly In
George Ade's picturesque romance of ths
Southland, "Maren Covington." Tuesday,
IHramount rreseme Mary I'lckfonl In "Little
!''-. Wei',"',',y' t'narlea Chaplin In "The
Mix Ifn," four reels. Thursday, George Nash
In "Tse Cotton King." Friday, Paramount
I'lctura Corporation presents Victor Moore In
"Chlinmle Fiuldcn." Saturday, Jose Collins
and, Alex. B. Krancla In "The Impostor."
OIItAHD AVENi'i: 'jliEATBW. 7th and Gl
rard avenue Monday. Irene Fanwlck In "The
Woman Next Door." Tuesday, Irene Yen
wick In "The Woman Next Door." Wodnes
day, Boliert Warwick In "The Stolen Voice."
Thursday, Dorothy Donnelly In "Scaled Val
ley. " .Friday, Nat Goodwin In "The Master
i.UJP"' c1"" comedy feature. Saturday.
"The Quest, extra feature comedy. Comma-
neit Mondiy and Tueadey, "The Two Or
phans." II)EAt-Menday, "Don Caesar de Batan,"
"Man's Ocnosla." 'The Highwayman," "The
Discontented Man." Tuesday, "Boys Will
He Boys," "The Bed Stephano," "The Win
ning Wash," "Ills Singular Lesion " Wed
nesday, "Her Vocation," "Jane of the Boll,"
A Day on tho Force With Blllle Beeves,"
"The Honeymoon Baby." Thuraday, "Moth,
rrhood." "Coincidence." "The Call of Yea
terday," Hearst-Seng newa. Friday, "When
tho Light Came In," Temperamental Whlf
nea." "llrontlip Billy Well Repaid." "Fred
erick Holme's Ward," "Tho Adventure Hunt
er." Saturday, William Fox presents "Tha
Valley of the Mleslng." Broadway etar eaat
In 0 parts. "Dolls of Intrigue," with Jackie
KHiindeie: "Mr. Blxbie's Dilemma,"
HAMILTON Monday. "Broken Csin." No. 4:
"The Face at ths Window," "Love and
llnndcufrs, "Nature's Triumph," Tuesday.
".Marrying Money," with Clara Kimball
oung, 5 rcelaj "I-ord Barlngton Estate."
Wednesday. "The Grim Meascnger," "The
Country Girl," with Franda Nelson; "The
Dread Society of Secret Sausage," Animated
Weekly, No. 180. Thuraday, Broadway fea
ture, The Scarlet Sin." 4 reels, with Jane
Nnvok, Hobart Ilosworth and others! "Cv
Perkins In a City Delusion." Friday. "Mabel
at tho Wheel," 3 reels, Charlie Chaplin In
"Nabbed"; "The Taming of Mary." alth
Mary Fuller; "A Double Deal In Pork." "nex
Quits" Saturday, "Neal of the Navy." No
1; "For Caah," with J, W. Ktrrlran; "A
mm i fmy Qiuiira, ino AirJdge De
stroyer." F1ITY-15IOHTII STBEET-Monday, Charlie
Chaplin in "Caught tn a Cabaret"; "Diamond
From the Sky." No. 11); "Sleady Company,''
and others. Tuesday, "Under the Crescent "
No. 6! "The Wrong I.abel," "Heavy Wll
Hams," and others. Wednesday. "Ulster
Lass," "The Violin Maker," "Eugene
Adama." and others. Thursday, special, "The
Closing Chapter," In 4 acta, Unlveraal film!
Blooraph special In 2 acts, Blllle Reees
Comedy. I rlday, "Broken Coin." No. 4
"When Father Had the Gout." "jabes'a Con
quest." "The Tlypnotlc Monkey." Saturday
"Brewster a Millions," with Edward Abeles
in IS acts; "People of the Pit," "Captain
Kent's Seals." Selected Music. "-P'n
OLOHE Monrtav, William Farnum In "The
Plunderer "e Tuesday, Valll-Valll In "The
High itoan. Wednesday, William Farnum
In "The New Governor." Thursday, "Neal of
the Navy," third part. Kray, Florence Bead
In "Her Own Way," Saturday. Anita Stew,
art and Earle Williams In "81ns of the Moth
ers," GREAT NORTHERN Monday and Tuesday.
"Tha Unwelcome Wife," featuring Madamo
Malvlne Lobol. Wednesday. Blckcl and Wat
aon in, "The Fixer" Thursday, "The Con
tinental Girl," featuring May Ward. In 5
parte. Friday, "The Toll of Crime." In 4
parts Saturday, "The Last Chapter." a
atory of love, romance and adventure, In S
RABD Monday and Tuesday.Irene Fennlck.
in "The Woman Next Door"; Wednesday,
Judge Dougherty's Record
as an able, faithful, impartial and independent member
of Court of Common Pleas, No. 2,
D. Webster Dougherty X
Vote for Him Tomorrow for Court of
Common Pleas,, No. 2
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- 1 1 17-1 1 19 Chestnut Street 6th and
This instrument has every patented "pianola"
feature used on our famous Steinway and Weber
Pianolas. It is made by the same manufacturers and
earries-the same guarantee. We further guarantee it to
be the best $550 value in Philadelphia. We will refund
your money if you find i better value.
The price of the Stroud is within reach of every
prospective purchaser. If desired, you can pay monthly
or weekly, on terms as low as $3 per week. You can
also apply your regular piano as part payment. We
will gladly .estimate oaits exchange value. Catalogs of
this style or of any of our other styles will be mailed on
The Aeolian Family
of tho player-'pUno world ia on sale at Heppe's
At Factory Frlcon
as follows ;
Steinway Pianola $1250 Wlieilock TiatioU $?50
Weber Pianola , HOW Jtroud PJsnola.. $SS0
Franccsca-ileppc rUycfPianoi ,,,,...,, $450
Acolin Pycr-PUnoi ........ s .a.....,.,,..,.. , $395
Terwn CsJHh, or charge KcctMMtt, or rMtt!9ymiit plan
AU rent a.H)M te yvrduuM
?bert Warwick, in "The Stolen Voles"!
hursday, Dorothy Donnelly. In "Sealed Val
ley"! Friday, Nat Goodwin, In "The Master
Iland'"i Saturday, Margarita Fischer. Joseph
Singleton and Harry rollard, In "Ths Quest.
LOGAN AUDlTORItlM-Monday, "The Master
Hand," with Nat C. Goodwin, Tuesday, "The
Money Master", Wednesday, 'Via Wlr'lese.
featuring Oall Kane and Bruce McRae,
Thursday. "Tha Way Back," "All for a
Olrt" and others: Friday, Dorothy Donnelly,
In "Sealed Valley1') Saturday, 'At the Road's
I'AnK-Monday, Mary Tlckfcrd, In the Para
mount production, "Little Psl"j Tuesday,
Francis X. Bushman, In "The Second in
Command"! Wednesday, "Man from Ore
gon"! Thursday, "The Chalice of Courage,"
featuring Myrtle Contain and Oeorge Holt;
Friday, Blanche Sweet, In "The Clue"! Bat
unlay, "The Money Master," featuring Frank
CEDAH-Monday, "The Nttht ot the Tralla":
Tuesday, "The Diamond from the Sky."
Chapter III Wednesday "The Unsuspectel
Isles." Fanla Marlnoff In the title role,
Thursday, Grace C'unsrd In "The Hroken
"Coin," series No. 14, Friday, "Scandal In
the Family"! Saturday, "Ills QuIJlnj
BLUfcu'lRD-Monday, Mary Plckford In "Lit.
tie Pal"; Tuesday, Elsie Janls In "The
Caprices of Kitty"; Wednesday, Walker
Whiteside In Israel Zangn Ill's play. "Ths
Melting Pol", Thursday, Olga Vctrova In
"The VAtnpIre"! Friday, Maud Allen In
"The Rug Maker's Daughter"! Saturday,
Blanche Sneet In "The Cue,"
OVERBROOK Monday, Haje! Dawn In
"Nlobe," a King Ilaggot feature; Tuesday.
Nat Goodwin In "Business Is Business"!
Wednesday, I.ols Merldlth and Owen Moora
In "Help Wanted"! Thursday, "The Man-n'-Waraman"
and the "Broken Coin"; Fri
day, Theda Bara In "Lady Audlev'a Secret";
Saturday, Marguerite Clark In "Wlldriower."
BHKrtWOOD Henry Walthall in "The Woman
naier ; aiauricf t.osteuni j uesnay, iionrn
Warwick In "The Stolen Voice," Wednesday,
Frltsl Soheff In "Pretty Mra. Smith". Thura
nay, William Faveraham In "The Bight of
Wy"i Friday, Julia Swavne Gordon In
"Hearts Ablate") Saturday, Marguerite Clark
In "The Pretty Sister of Joee."
LOGAN James Morris and Dorothy Kellv ln
The Wheels of Justice," Monday; Tuealav,
"The Fighting Hope." featuring t-aura Hope
Crewai Wedneaday, Mary Plckford In
"Rage"; Thursday, "The Pupret Crown."
with Ina Claire! ''Two Orphans," featuring
Theda Bara and William a. Shay, Friday;
Saturday, Charlotte Walter In "Kindling."
QARDEN Monday, the fourteenth chapter r
"The Goddesa"! Tueaday, Betty Nanaen In
"Should a Mother Tell?" Wedneaday, Rob
ert Warwick In "The Faca In the Moon
light"; Thursday, Mary rickford In "Tei-a of
the Storm Country"; FYlday, Maa Marsh In
"The Outcast." and on Saturday "Tha
Millionaire Baby." with Grace Dearmond.
JEFFERSON. Monday, "When n Woman
Loves," featuring Emmy Whelen; Tuesday
the Paramount picture, "Martha of the Low
lands," with Bertha Kallsh; Wednesday, Hoi
brook Winn, In "The Ivory Snuffbox"; Thurs
day, Gladya Hansen. In "The Btralght Road";
Friday, Elsie Frollch, In "A Woman'a Con
quest"; Saturday, Clifton Crawford, In "Tho
RITTENHOWBE Monday, "The Clemenceau
Caee," with Theda Bara; Tuesday, "Home,
Sweet Home," produced by !. W. Grirfltn
and featuring Henry Walthall, tha atar of
"Tha Birth or a Nation," and Blanche sweet,
Wednesday, "The Devil"! Thursday, Betty
Nansen, In "Anna Karenlna"! Friday, Mary
Plckford, In "Tees of the Storm Country";
Saturday, "The Island of Begeneratlon," with
Edith Storey and Antonio Moreno.
LOCUST Monday and Tuesday, Blanche Sweet,
Carlyle Blackwell and Theodore Roberts, In
"The Secret Orchard"; Wednesday and
Thursday, "Nearly a Lady," with Elsie Ja
nls; Friday, Emllle Stevens, In "The Soul of
a Woman"; Saturday. Lillian Tucker and
Edwin August, In "Evidence."
EUREKA Monday. 'The Goddeaa": Tuesday.
George Nash, In "The Cotton King"; Wednes
day, Ann Murdock, In "A Royal Family",
Thursday, tha World Film. "Marrying Mon
ey," with Clara Kimball Young; Friday.
Mary Mllea Mlnter. In "Always In the Way",
Saturday. "Tho Diamond from tha Sky "
SUSQUEHANNA-SlonJay, "A Woman'a Res
urrection," "Cave of Thunder Clouds,"
"Jarr and the Visiting Firemen": Tuesdav
"The Slavey Student." "Fable of Royater
Ina Blades," "A Lucky Deal"! Wednesday,
"Tho Woman Hater," "Cutev'a Awakening,-'
Swedish Army and Navy, "The Little Run
sways"! Thursday. "The Goddesa," No. 14i
"The Kiss," "Mra. Randolph's New Secre
tary," "Squeal on Wheels": Friday, "Man
With the Iron Heart," "The Tala of a
Tlr." Bellg Newa No, 6; Saturday, "Toll
of Tyranny," "Ashes of Inspiration," "The
Gold Dust and Ihe Squaw," Ham Comedy.
AURORA Monday, "Island of Regeneration "
"Faco in the Mirror," Sellg Newa, No. 7;
Tuesday. "Hearts and liners." "A city
Rube." ''Pearl ot the Baltic." "Cub and the
The best interests of the
Bench, the Bar and the com
munity will be promoted by his
continuance in office.
' " ' j
Daisy Chain," "Caters Awakening"; Wed
nea.sy Th Goddess, ' fo 14 'Market
Prl" of Ixive, -Death s Marathon' ;
Thursday, "The Woman Hater." "Twice
Won. Her, Husband's Honor , Friday
"Dawn of UMeratandlng, ' "Ills nirthdsy
Gift," "According to Their Uahte"j Satur
dsy, Life's Yesterdays,'1 "Ham at tne
Beach." For Her Friend," "Bronche Billy."
NOBRls Monday, "Iirand'a Revenge.'
'When Soiile Are Tried. ' "Cartoons on
Tour' Tueeday. "The Juggernaut." Hearst
Nf we, No. MB On the Wrong Trark" Wed
iMXdav 'The Thief," Blllle Joins ths
Navy' ; Thursday, "Caught," "Hla Laet
Wleh, ' Jarr Comedy Friday, "Hearts and
Hom." 'She Took a Chance", Saturday,
"Elaine," No. 10, "The Species of Mexican
Man " "A Tortious Chance," "Dog aone
The naptHa, combined with
other harmless cleansers
is what does the hard part of
White clothes soaked for 30
minutes with Fels-Napthacome
out perfectly clean and white
without hard rubbing. Colored
clothes do not fade, nor will the
colors run ; and the wash can be,
done in half the usual time.
Not only for washing clothes Just as wonderful for
alj household cleaning.
BROAD AND 8U8-
' tn 11 I" M.
Great Northern qehmant-n aves.
PAIL,Y2:30P, M. EVENINGS 7 9
"The Unwelcome Wife"TAnT8
Featuring MADAME MALVINE LOBEL.
Broad Street Casino BnonniBe "
MATINEE. 2(30 EVENINRS. 7 AND 9
In "THi: ETOL.EN VOICE"
"HAM" COMEDY OTHERS
JEFFERSON 20TH iSSmns stb.
OUQAN RECITALS 0:0. 8522njv
HEAR OVll PILVUUll OIIOAN TODAY
EMILY WIIALEN ,
In "WHEN A WOMAN LOVES"
PA PIT KIDGE AVE. AND DAUPHIN
is imntf "1 1 A T M Tloroenminr ntntlirA. fatUf1
ing- Mary rickford. Presnted by,.D. trohman.
UKAR 6VR J. P. aHBBVRO ORCHKHTKAh
PIPE ORUAH WITH TUB HUMAN VOIOf.
t ? i THEATRE. 56TH and
New Somerset somerset sts.
... .....- r. . wr n t if
WILLIAM FARNUM In
"THE NEW GOVERNOR"
" L 1 J THEATRE. J0TH AND
"BRONCHO BILLY'S PROTOdEE"
"THE OPENING NIQIIT"
DEAR LITTLE OLD-TIME GIRL"
T . A 1IU.. 2Bth& Allegheny Ave.
West AHegneny Mat.. 2:15. evBs.,o:so
"NEAL OP THE NAVY"
"A MILLION BID"
LEHIGH Theatre "IMS ave.
"THE ROMANCE OP ELAINE." Episode 10.
"THE GOLDEN TRAIL"
"NEARLY A PRIZE FIGHTER"
CAMBRIA am ab??eetIibru
MATINEE AND EVENING
In 7 Parts, Featuring KATIILYN WILLIAMS
Columbia Theatre Columbia ave.
A Woman RMurrecuuii
THE CAVE ON THUNDER CLOUDS"
JARR AND THE VISITINQ FIREMEN"
mr A 10TH AND COLUMBIA AVE.
IDEAL MAT. a P.M. EVG. 7AI
"DON PAESAIl DE BAZAN"
"TUB DISCONTENTED MAN"
MADDIC JIITH AND NORRIS
NOKKlO MATINEII k EVENINO
"WHEN SOULH ARE TRIED"
Ths Fslile of "The Intermittent Fusser"
in "CARTOONS ON TOUIIV
pminn AVENUE "THEATRE
GIKAKU 7TH AND OIRARD AVENUE
TODAY AND TOMORROW
IRENE KENWICK In ,,
"THE WOMAN NEXT DOOR"
The MAMMOTH amA.V,? $!V
Mat. Kory Day. 1 130 to BiJO, Kvfi-. T to tl.
THE HORRORS OF WAR
SHOWING BOKNEB FROM THE FRONT
STRAND ,2 AND aiBARDAvENWB
LEO DBLANEY In
AllDrDA OERMANTOWN AVENUB
AUKUKA ABOVE NORRIB
'TJIH ISLAND OF REOKNERATION"
B Paris, Featuring; KDITI! BTOREY
"THE FACE IN THE MIRROR"
Hearft-Ballg NEWS PICTQR1AU N, T
NEW VICTORIA ""rRiA
"The Woman From Warren"
"Whero Breee Blow"
"JEALOUSY. WHAT ART TllOUr
"HEW WONDERFUL DAY"
"BKiri'KR BIMJ'SON'B DAUOHTEn"
Loean Auditorium "SiSft
Tub LirEauARP." hilly reeves
"THE OFFENDINO KIBH"
THK MABTERHAND," NAT QOODWIN
UrSOIAh ORCHKBTItAI' OH (IAN BEgiTAW
Bisibvfiueta rautt 'vanaj
LOGAN THEATRE "aS
JAMES MQRR1BON ANI) DOROTHY KELLY
"THE WHEELS OF JUSTICE"
FRANtCLIN riTOWATW BTRBK
JWw STaeH',,, p "" (Ws IKef
THIEF' SUSPSCT IN JAtb
Mnn Accused of Slalls Paefiaf
Containing; fW '
LANCABTEn, Tsu, 8fH. J. -Arthur
Seymour has ben lodged In tho ptmmtf
prison accused of stealing a packsM sjam
talnlnt; P(X) from Charles Shlrel, ttmtin
of the Souders Company stona qtMtfrf,
Tho money was part of tha ty he
tended for the quarry employe.
LOCrfUS r IVUST BT8.
Mats., 1 ;80 ana 3 P. M. Evrs., 6:80 to 11 T. M.
Today and Tomorrow
BLANCHE SWEET. CARLYLE BLACKWELL
and THEODORE nODEKTS In
The drcatlv DUnaied rhetoplov,
"THE SECRET ORCHARD"
Wed. ELSIE JANIS In NEARLY A LADt
I'laya Ob(alne4 Thru Btanlsy Booltlnr Co.
GRAND B2D MiD MARKET BTREETSJ
iT.iT. .Matinee Dally, Be, Eva 7 p. M,
SPECIAL WILLIAM VOJC WEK
... .-.TnEDA UARA In
"LADY AUDLBY'B SECRET'
S REELS OTHERS
EURFFCA 40TH AV
bUlXCJW MARKET STREETS
m . '! uTiwrsa Ant a
Picturesque Romance of tha Southlenl
GLOBF ll0TH AND MARKET .BTS.
U WILLIAM rW'
SPRUCE PUCB BELOW 0T
"THE PRICE HE PAID"
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pj.tr,, CEDAR THEATRE
POPULAR V-CIeV 60Tj, A CEDAB
..,. wiluajI 8. HART In wu
.VH18 KNIOHT OF THE TRAILS"
"OVER AND HACK" I "NO BONO"
A Bpaclal J.Part Featurs
Sherwonrl 64TH AND Baltimore
"THE WOMAN iiatsVii "
. Maurice Costello In
THE PAWN OF UNDERSTANDING
The BALTIMORE BaanAt.
; Bleu, o, vieu r- .
"The Romancsi nf Fl.l,
With Pearl Whits and Lionel Sarryroora
nnnirvM ir&'l"! '
",?C?.AT THB WINDOW"
''LOVE AND JIANDOUFFB"
"NATURE'S TRIUMPH" "
Z"" ' JtT, tvu,
RITTENHOUSE MO 1?ERroB,
Wtn. Fox Presents THKDA MARA In
"THE CLEMENCEAU CASE''
From Dumas' Novsl. Bla Parts, OTHHR
GARDFN MD WN6T. "WNB AVB.
Feature, Anl Ht.waanE.r, WHilaas.
Broadway Theatre " wjfTAmf"
"NEAL OF THE NAW
"Fighting Blood"' "The Failure"
BARTRAM JBATnB an4 AIRDOHal
i.M V Bpih Below CJIK8TEK AVJfc
Whom the God Would Dty
ENTRA A HOOD OOMEDT
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series at ths Road p Btrll
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Fstturlna Lillian Walker and an sjl-sear st
,J'A DAY ON THB FORfj"
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