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EVENING LEDGER lHILADiiJLHIA, 'FRIDAY. SEKMBER 21, 1915
ENTERS ON FINAL
Optimistic Women Plan
Pageant, Rally and
WILL RAISE MORE CASH
Forty days of unprecedented activity
hi which, the suffragists of Pennsylvania
Tlll rival evtn the political parties In their
endeavors to win the Rood will of the elec
torate, November 2, have been planned by
the aeveral organizations and tho tlmo to
tween now and election day Is to be
marked by a series of "stunts" and dem
onstrations that will keep tho cause of tho
women continually bcforo tho ejes of the
voters, a majority of whom tho most fai
eeelne leaders of the cause arc confident
The biggest and most spectacular event
of tho entire campaign has been scheduled
for tho night of October 22. It Is to be
tho "Festival of Light," an allegorical
pageant composed of wonderfully illumi
nated floats, headed by the now famous
Women's Liberty Bell that Is touring the
To typify their unflagging labor and
enthusiasm In the cause of woman suf
frage cohorts of tho leaders of the cause
will draw the truck that carries the bell.
They will be followed by hundreds of
women on foot and In conveyances and
bobbing lanterns. Illuminated transparen
cies and automobiles decorated symbol
ically. Starting at Broad and Mifflin streets,
the women will march to the centre of
the city, encircle City Hall and then join
In a mass-meeting at the Academy of
Music, Prominent suffragists from all
over the tqlintry will participate In tho
demonstration and address the meeting.
The Woman's Liberty Dell will be takon
to Chester County the next day and will
not be brought to Philadelphia until tho
eve of the November election, when It
will be tho big featuro of a street dem
onstration at Independence Hall.
October, which has been set aside as
Dollar Day by the State Association, will
be observed through out Pennsylvania.
With Jthe perspicacity that has marked
their entire campaign, the suffragists
havo realized that It will bo Impossible
to pursue the final lap of their activities
tilth any degree of success without ad
ditional funds. Dollar Day is tho result
and ev,ery good suffragist has been naked
to contribute at least 100 cents to tho
cause of woman's enfranchisement. Those
who can't afford to give a dollar from
their own pockets are expected to beg
Hot on the heels of Dollar Day will
come Pennant Day. On October S every
voter for woman Bjmpathlzer will bo ex
pected! td flaunt from his automobile, his
blcyclel or whatever means of convey
ance be possesses, a pennant, flag or
standard, advertising the cause.
MURDER CHARGE GROWS OUT
OF A COLLISION ON HIGHWAY
Woman. Dies From Shock and Wagon
Driver Is Arrested
WEST CHESTER, Pa., Sept. 24. A
charge of murder has grown out of a
road accident, near Mortonvllle. a week
ago. In which Mrs. Clara Dickinson,
widow of Abljah Dickinson, of Modcna,
was killed and her daughter, Marlon,
fcadlju-tnjnred, when their wagon was
struck and demolished by that of Ben
jamin Meredith, of Laurel. It Is charged
that after the collision Meredith drove
away, leaving the victims of the accident
beneath their overturned wagon.
Mrs. Dickinson died a few hours after
the accident, and the daughter Is a nerv
ous wreck and suffering from Injuries.
She was brought here last evening and
had a warrant Issued before Justice of
the Peace R. J. Patrick charging murder.
She alleges that the act of Meredith was
wilful and malicious, Justlco Patrick
will set a time for an early hearing, a
warrant having been served on Meredith
Police Hunt Stolen Autos
The police are endeavoring to locate two
automobiles stolen In West Philadelphia
last night. A $3000 automobile was taken
from In front of the home of the owner,
J, J, Horatman, 3927 Walnut street, and
a small car was stolen while the owner,
Miss Marlon Coons, of 6923 Boyer street.
ML Airy, was attending a reception In
the University of Pennsylvania.
Freight Car Shortago Felt Here
A. shortage of 20.000 freight cars on the
Pacific coast has brought about a serious
condition In the local market, which Is
now facing a scarcity of California fruit
products. This is made more acute by
tho fact that space on steamships trad
ing between Pacific and Atlantic coast
ports has been contracted for In advance
for export business.
London's Mayor Pleads for Belgians
LONDON, Sept. 21. The Lord Mayor of
London today Issued an appeal In aid of
the starving people In Belgium, of whom,
he says, 1,500,000 are utterly destitute.
"Ve are not yet half.awake to the trag
edy of Belgium," says the appeal. "Thero
M no doubt If food Is not sent the Ger
mans will permit the Belgium to starve
or will shoot them down If hunger riots
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The Spirit of America at Playi Magnitude and Cheerfulness
''Jfe - Submarine drill Hratnurant Traymore
The, Promenade In the Marble Kxchanae
., Thr' Decks fronting the Boardwalk and Ue Ocean
,fcHanT Towf Ttto tiolf Coursca ISt nlnu Mualcalra Cloister Uardcn
TRAYMOnE FIUDAY CHATS
THE ARCHITECT'S DREAM
The paHsJr b$ach lay In patches of gray and brown. Tho
ween wvo washed It, uhafu of blue from the Ifiughfnff
fcie fH ua It, the un, dartlnsr Its flashing arrows of
HgM,feei ttie hues Into a radiance of gaiety while out
at ih wtet'oT melting cpjors, like a vision In dreamB, came
tfce daaclag Spirit of Nature.by-the-Sca, The Poet
hehe!4 K, wfcWe the idte crowd strolled by, and the Poet
toM the JsMataiMft'; i.jifl thereafter, for a year, the stroller of the
mrw jWn 'urmt ot pmt piling up masses of matter
Mat fateamattaiij the dream Into atone. It waa thus
Mm Giotto" coiuttiyed, Jite Bell Tower, and Michael Angelo
m flpajentlp Dispe, an4 the Poet-architects conceived and
reaaaea ( tWymore.
THE LARCSEST fWCTBCtoF RESORT HOTEL
I. -1,1 . WsJ. Pra JW THE WOULD Jew. Mow, Mir.
TWO MEN HERE ACCUSED
OF BIGAMY BY WOMEN
Ono Defendant Has Thrco Wives.
Other Must Face Two
Two men appeared before Magistrate
Pennock, In Central Station today, upon
charges of bigamy.
The first, who gave the name of Charles
Itelnhardt. of 127 West Olrard avenue.
wan arrested several days ago and held
for a further hearing In order that his
three alleged wives might appear against
him. Two of them testified against him.
Mrs. Florence Itelnhardt, of 1519 Worn
rath street, said that she married the
prisoner In IMS, and Mrs Anna Preston
Itelnhardt, of 2312 North Hancock street,
declared that she became the wife of the
defendant four years later Because tho
third wife failed to appear, a third hear
ing was scheduled for next Tuesday.
BJgar Hess, of 2ldyi Kast, llorttcr street,
was accused by Julia Hess, of the same
address, and by Florence Hess, of 2133
South Bancroft street. When wife No. 2
wept In tho courtroom wife No. 1 at
tempted In vain to console her. Hess
waived a hearing.
EMMA GOLDMAN WILL
PLEAD FOR MAN'S LIFE
Anarchist Lender to See Utah
Governor in Appeal to Save
SALT LAKH CITV, Utah, Sept. 24
Cmma Goldman, well-known anarchist
lecturer, was today reported coming here
to make a personal appeal before Gov
ernor Spry for n stay of execution In
favor of Joseph Hillstrom, "sweet Blngcr"
of the Industrial Workers of the World,
and convicted murderer who may faco a
firing squad on October 1,
Under Utah's laws, which give n con
demned man the choice between hanging
and n firing squad, tho Governor has no
power to grant a reprieve exceeding 20
days. The Supremo Court of three mem
bers was Included In tho State Pardons
Board which last week refused to Inter
fere with Hltfotrom's execution.
'Hillstrom still steadfastly refused today
to name tho mnrrled woman at whose
home he says he was shot nnd thus possi
bly prove that the wound which led to his
conlctlon was not received In the fatal
duel with the two men ho Is accused of
HELD FOR INJURING BOY
Autoist Drives Several Blocks After
Accident Before Being Arrested
George Peberdy, 5350 Magnolia street,
Germantown, son of John Peberdy, of the
firm of Charles Peberdy & Son, manufac
turers of knit goods, was held today to
await the outcome of Injuries received by
4- car-old Henry Dougherty, 5968 Norwood
street, who was run down by Peberd's
automobile last night.
The manufacturer's son drove the ma
chine soveral blocks after hitting tho child
before he was arrested He told Magis
trate Wrlgley today that his failure to
stop was the result of collapsing In tho
car after the accident.
The Dougherty boy Is In the German
town Hospital with serious Injuries, in
cluding a probable fracture of the skull
He was playing In the street at Church
lane and Norwood street when he was
run down. Pour passengers were in tho
car. The young1 man was released on his
BASEBALL POOL MEN FINED
Penalties of $250 Imposed on Twain
of Operators for Violation of
U. S. Lottery Laws
rinea of J250 each were Imposed on John
J. Kllcoyne and James O Walsh, by
Judge Thompson, In the United States
District Court today, when the men
pleaded guilty to violating the lottery
laws by running a baseball pool through
the medium of tho Weekly World, 'a
The pool was operated throughout the
United plates by subscriptions to the pa
per at 30 cents weekly, each of which
entitled the holder to a ticket, In turn,
entitling him to a chance In a big pool
on games played by teams in the Na
tional, American and Federal Leagues.
ROISTERS AND COPS IN RACE
Patrol Finally Catches Wagon Load
of Peace Disturbers on Alle
A patrol load of police chased a wagon
load of drunken men today on Allegheny
avenue and caught them after a spirited
run. Word came to the Front and West
moreland streets station that the men
In the wagon were stirring up tho neigh
borhood and blocking traffic.
The cops soon reached the sceno of
the noise and told those In the wagon
to surrender, but they gave (he blue
coats the laugh. Three of the occupants
of tho wagon who were captured gave
their names as John Laws, of 3050 Rorcr
street; Andrew Wllstone, of 3010 Doudt
not street, and John M. McGuckln, of
3051 Houdlnot street.
They wore held In $300 ball to keep the
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'CHANGE HERE MAY ACT
IN BUCKET SHOP CASE
Local Body May Follow Exam
ple of New York Organiza
tion in Donner Suspension
No action has been taken as yet by the
Philadelphia Stock Uxchango with refer
ence to the membership of Percy 13.
Donner, of Pittsburgh, head of the brok
erage firm of Donner, Chllds & Wood,
who has been suspended .from the New
York Stock Exchange for one year for
dealing with Pittsburgh bucket shops. .
William D, Grange, president of the
Philadelphia Stock Exchange, said today
thnt there had been no meeting of the
board of directors slnco word of Donner's
suspension had been received. "No nc
tlon has been taken as yet," ho said,
"and 1 nm not at liberty to predict what
might happen in the future. The mem
bers will no doubt discuss the suspension
of Mr. Donner from the New York Ex
change, since Its rules and our ex
change's rules are similar."
Mr. Grange declared that there are no
bucket shops operating In this city to his
knowledge, and that under tho present
rules of the exchange they could not
operate here. He said:
"The Philadelphia, Now York and Bos
ton stock exchanges have practically the
same rules regarding bucket shops. It 1k
Impossible for any member to have :i
private wire to his ofllco or home without
nrst being subjected to a most rigid ex
amination as to why tho wire Is wanted.
Wo have a complete list of all privnto
wires, which are subject to Inspection at
"Wire-tapping Is practically Impossible,
as most of the wires run underground
now and are closely watched by the In
spectors of the telegraph companies nnd
by our Inspectors where they run over
head." Mr. Grnnge said that Mr, Donnor was
a member of the Philadelphia Exchange,
but refused to make any comment on
his suspension by the Now York Ex
change, which was announced by tho
board of governors yesterday..
The penalty Imposed Is the maximum
for violation of tho rule against execut
ing orders for llrms known as bucket
shops. Mr, Donner's defense was Ig
norance of the fact thnt the accounts In
question were for bucket shops.
The suspended broker Is n brother of
W. II. Donner, president of tho Cambria
Steel Company, and chairman of the
board of the Pennsylvania Steel Com
pany. Ills partners are Clinton L. Chllds
and Charles W. Wood.
INSIST ON MAIL TUBE SYSTEM
Commercial Exchange Protests
Against Proposed Abolishment
A protest against the abolishment of
the pneumatic tube system In handling
mall In this city was made today by the
Commercial Exchange. Resolutions,
passed amid cheers, declared that grain
market reports, which under the present
system reach farmers In thlB State, New
JerseV.' Marj land nnd Delaware within
four hours after being mailed, would,
without tho tubes, bo unable to reach their
destination in time to be of use to the
Copies of tho protest were mailed to
the Postmaster General nnd to the Post
Ridley Park's Flower Show
Tho eighth annual Indoor flower show
of the Ridley Park Civic Association will
be held this afternoon and tonight In the
Ridley Park Auditorium. The classes
open for exhibits are flowers, floral deco
rations, vegetables and fruits. Ribbons
will bo awarded In each class and prizes
will be given for tho best exhibits. Tho
committee In charge Is Mrs. J D. Shat
tuck, Mrs. Victor Angerer, William G.
Gray, 'Mrs. D. M. Harvey, Freeman Ker
shaW, Miss Josephine Michell, Mrs. O. J.
Pequlgnot and F. D. Kane.
Police Court Chronicles
Hero's another fish story. I.
Once ilpon a tlmo les than a week ago
Joseph Gordon, of 6th and Lombard
streets, went forth to ply his wares. Gor
don is a vendor of sea food and since he
never has better luck than when ho works
in the vicinity of his own home he ped
dled his fish around 7th and Lombard
There he met Meda Trainer, a lifelong
friend. After a half hour's persuasive
conversation, he sold Mcda some fish. On
tho following day Meda appeared at J eras
"Whaffo you sold me dem dar rotten
flfh?" she demanded in a decidedly
"Business hours are over," ho replied.
Joe believes that actions speak louder
than words, however, so after Meda had
returned the fish to him he returned the
fish to Meda. They struck her In the eye.
A formal application for police assist-
National Gas Lighting Week
Special introduction of
New "C. E-Z" Gas
The lighting wonder of the ctge.
Buy your lighting equipment next
' week rspecial inducements. Watch' the
The United! Gas Improvement Co.
! - -.V
Tho distinguished photoplay nctor
of tho Fox Company.
nnco on tho part qf a neighbor summoned
a patrolman to Meda's side. Tho next
day Joe nnd tho fish necessarily appeared
before Magistrate Emely. After Mcda
had told her story Gordon furnished the
necessary flOO ball.
LYRIC "The lYInces. Pat." with Eleanor
Painter and Alexander Dark. A musical
comedy by Victor Herbert, with a charac
teristic and effective acorn. The perform
ance la admirably adnptcd; the book, ordi
nary. Laat week.
FOItnrwr-' The lllrth of a Nation," with
Henry Jl. Walthnl, Mae Marah and gnottls
wood Atkln. D. W. DrlffUh'a mammoth
photoplay of the Civil War and Reconstruc
tion, founded In part on Thomns Dlicnn's
"Clanaman." A maretous entertainment.
BTANMIY The Voice In the Fog," with
PALACE' The Master of the Houao " with
PEOPLE'S "Hapnv Holne." with Hen Holmes.
A mualcal comedy built around a wooden
uhocd German Immigrant boy,
KNICKER110CKER-"Wlthln the law." with
the Knickerbocker Playera. The ftrat stock
production of Uayard vclllcr'a exciting melo
WALNUT "The Sign of tho Croaa," with
Richard Ihihler and the Walnut Playera.
The hero of "llen-llur" in another play of
ChrUtUn martyrdom. Second week ot the
KEITH'S Gertrude Hoffman In Max neln
hardt's masterpiece. "Sumurun"! Sophie
Tucker, Charlea Mack & Co In "A Friendly
Call", Doyle and tilxon. Horace Wright and
Hone Dltrlch, Ceclle Trio. Sorctty and An
toinette nnd the Hearst-Sell Weekly.
NIXON'S OnAND "War Brldof," Wilson and
Aubrey. Crawford and Broderlck. Klass and
tlenile, Harry and Augusta Turpln, In "Ths
Girl In the Rank." and Hell Onrl.
ALLEGHENY Hmmctt Welch and his Jolly
Mlnatrel Men: Kenny and Hollli. in "Ths
Freshman. Initiation";, Holden and Harron,
Fmiuet and Tons1. In 'A Story In Song"!
Gallundo, 1.0. e and Wilbur, comedy photo
plays WILLIAM PENN Anniversary week. "The
CabHret Girls," by Bart Mcltugh; Crosaman's
M-ven Entertainer and Original llanjo
Flenda, Frank Lyona and Harold Iltand, Bee.
man and Anderson. Blmpaon and Dean and
GL011E "From Coney Island to the North
Pole." Joe HortU, in "Ten Night. In a Bar
room"; Billy Dala. Moacroya Sisters, Jack
SymonriH, l.iiney Brothers. Smith and Farm
er. "The Golden Wedding;." presented by
Owynn nnd Gossetta; Cam lie Person! & Co.,
"The Goddess" and "Neal of the Navy."
GROSS KEYS "The Widow," Mme. Oberlta
and her Dancing Girls, Ethel Vale, Nelson
and Morris Tranklln and Franklin, Rolland
and Holland, In "Canned," and "Neal of the
NATIONAL-Sam Rice's "Daffydlll Girls," la
a musical and burlesque offering.
DLMONT'S Dumont's Mlnstrcla la a. Charlie
Cliaplln and Marie Pickford movie skit and
"Capturing Mexican Bandits."
TROCADERO-'The Girl From the.FollIea,"
and La Luna. j,M
ATLANTIC CITY. N. 3.
Tilt LEADING KtSOftT MOTEL Of THE WORLD
ATLANTIC OXTY. N. J.
WNISSHIP HANSaiMf NT
JOBIAH WHITE 4 SONS COMPANY
O S T E N D BEPTEMBEU RATBt
Block of ocean front tn Chelsea section. Largt
rooms; hot sea and fresh water In batbst
4000 ft. ot porches connected with Boardwalk
a Beach t nuffe Palm Lounge: finest culslaa.
Auto maets trains. OBTKND CO- Owun,
IalWAVI Sar RlH.MOTT,
PEACH HAVEN, N.J.
American and European Plana
Capacity 400 i private batb. ata. water. Cafe,
Grill. Uaratsl auto map.
TOWN OPENS MOVIE
TO KEEP SERVANTS
Lrconic, Over in Jersey, Tkcs
Desperate Measure on
ny the Photoplay Editor
Over In Lconla, N. J the householders
think they have solved the pesky servant
problem. With few exceptions, servants
employed In Lconla have held their
places but a month or two, each In turn
complaining that there was an entire lack
of amusement In the community. One of
them, Indeed, gave hor employer as the
reason for abrupt leave-taklhg, "Why,
there Isn't even a moving picture house
In this dump."
That remark fell upon fertile soil, for
the mistress of the house told it to her
husband, and he In turn told It to his
neighbors It was Mr. Pollock, who Is a
showman In New York and a choir singer
In New Jersey, who hit upon a remedy
which was nothing less startling than
to opernte a motion picture theatre for
the entertainment of the help.
The plan was approved by the tax
payers, and Immediately a committee set
to work to develop It. A garage has been
leased for the purpose. A screen, a
piano, benches and a motion picture ma
chine constitute tho equipment. Plcturo
shows will be given hereafter two nights
a week, and Lconla residents are now
hopeful of retaining their cooks and
housekeepers more than IS minutes at a
Last Saturday the photoplay editor of
tho Hvknino LEDonn urged the revival
of certain spectncular photoplays of a
few years back, and offered special pub
licity to any theatre putting any of these
on the screen. Word has Just come that
the Tulpthocken Theatre, In German
town, Is showing "Spartacus," a famous
old film of classic days, both this after
noon and evening.
They have picked out a new tltlo for
ntliel Darrymore's forthcoming photo
play, "The Final judgment." ,
Charles Major, the man who discov
ered "When Knighthood was In Flower"
nnd mado that state of affairs popu
lar, has gone Into the movies with a
scenario called "Sweet 121 J slum." Sellg
will film It with Kathlyn Williams and
Douglas Fairbanks, who will be seen
In tho first bill at the Chestnut Street
Opera House this month, has signed up
for three years with the Triangle people.
it was a clever Idea to burlesque "Tho
Birth of a Nation," but H. H. Van Loan
and Pat Hooey aro having trouble mak
ing arrangements for the production of
their "Mirth of a Nation." Mr. Honey
finds he has too many vaudeville en
gagements. When the "Bed Widow" Is pul on tho
stage by the Famous Players, though
Raymond Hitchcock will give way to
John Barrjmoro In tho leading part,
his wife, Flora Zabelle, will play her old
football's here. , Likewise
the crop of early-season
stories by Robert VV. Max
well, former gridiron sat
ellite, now a successful
coach and official. "How
a Coach Vetoed Smoking"
makes pertinent reading
for dressing-room orators,
moleskin squads and fans
in general. Maxwell's next
article appears in Sun
day's Public Ledger
Country Life in
"What Happened" began badly The
first curtain nt the Adelphl last nltfht
waited till 8.3S while the orchestra played
"Home, Sweet Home." Of course, the
situation might have been saved by
never ringing up the curtain at all, and
one of the actors did his best to stop the
proceedings by Indulging In ''aphasia,
they call It," both In the plot and In hi;
lines. But "What Happened" Insisted
It Involved one murder, one Justifiable
homicide, and one plain, ordinary shoot
ing, with a robbery thrown In to bal
ance the bucolic atmosphere Induced by
characters and dialogue. The last two
Items wouldn't have been so bad If they
had had t'ne stage to themselves and If
the stage had been ope of the popular
priced haunts of "The Old Homestead"
As for the actors, they were the worst
victims of the evening, for they took
"What Happened" seriously. A good
sited and not pernlcketty audience de
cided It was seeing a "by gosh" drama
written by a "crook- drama" playwright
and laughed a bit
Offered Law Professorship
A professorship In the new law school
of tho University of Oregon has been
offered to nobcrt P. Ilcedcr, a member of
the Philadelphia bar, who lives at S33
North Wilton street. Mr. Iteeder Is a
graduate of the class of '9S of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania. Ho has written
many Important treatises on various
phases of law and Is considered an expert
on bills, notes and corporation torts.
Lano Gets Friends a Job
Oeorgo Stanback, of 1201 North Jessup
street, has been appointed a district dep
uty coroner to succeed Eugene Shugart,
who died recently at Saranac Lake, N. T.
Coroner Knight mado tho appointment
at the suggestion of David H. Lane,
chairman of tho Republican City Com
mittee and Organization leader In' the
50th Ward. Stanback never before has
held a city or a county office.
BROAD AND BOS
z to ll a-, aj.
MAUDE ALLEN in
"THD BUG MAKER'S DAUGHTEIl"
Great Northern oehmantn aves.
DAILY. 2:30 P. M. EVS.NlNa8, 7 and 0.
"THE TOLL OF CRIME" 4 n
SATURDAY "Tlin LAST CHAPTER"
Broad Street Casino BR0E1R,iri3,su
EVENINQS, 7 AND 0 ,
EDNA MAYO & ItRYANT WASHBURN In
BILLIE REEVES COMEDY. OTHERS.
JEFFERSON 2BTU dauphin bts.
ELSIE FROLICH in
"A WOMAN'S CONQUEST'
PARK" niDQE AVE. AND DAUPHIN
aTIIV MAT.. 2:l!i EVO., 6:110
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE FEATURING
Nlw 9nmrpr THEATRE. 20TH and
iicw kjomeroei somerset bts.
MATINEE DAILY, 2 P. M.
COHAN HARRIS' B-ACT FARCE
rnmkarl.nJ THEATRE, 20TII AND
Cumberland cumderland bts.
"Tlin BROKEN COIN,"
ttpisoae 1, no. n
"EYES THAT SEE NOT" - '
"THERE'S MANY A BLIP"
YORK PALAPF 20201-33
'-' lllm YORK STREET
"FOR PROFESSIONAL REASONS"
"REAPING WHIRLWIND." Ham Comrdy.
"THE OAME OF LOVE" OTHERS
Mttro Presents Albert Chevalier and .Jane
nn in "THE MIDDLEMAN" In e Parts
Paramount South American Travel rictures
LEHIGH Theatre 2btlVh ave.
"THE GOLD IN THE CROCK"
"OVER SECRET WIRES"
"FAITHFUL TO THE FINISH"
MATINEE and EVENINO
"Ashe, ot Inspiration." "Her Romeo"
"Love's Rescue," "White & mack Snowball"
"Cartoon. In a Rarber Shop"
"The Fable of the Intermittent Fusaer,"
"OAME OP LOVE"
REAPERS OF THE WHIRLWIND"
PASTIME MD setT""5
CHARLES DICKENS" Masterpiece
"CHIMNEY SWEEPS." 6 Parts
'Tercy Made flood." "noob'n Elopement"
"Man With the Iron Heart"
"TALE OF A TIRE"
HEARST-SELICJ NEWS PICTORIAL
Washington Palace imowN ots.
CHARLES CHAPLIN In
"HIS TRYSTINO PLACES"
"PETTY'fl DREAM HERO." Featuring
RODT, LEONARD & ELLA HALL Others.
ITii?Al WH AND COLUMBIA AVE.
IUCJL, MAT. 2 P. M. EVO TAB
"WHEN THE LIGHT CAME " "TEMPERA.
MENTAL WHIFFLES" "RRONCHO niLLT
WELL REPAID" "FREDERICK HOI.ME8
WARD." "THE ADVENTURE HUNTER."
MORRIS I8111 AND NORRIS
nCIVIVlD MATINEE A. EVENINO
"HEARTS AND itOSES" Featuring
BEVERLY nAYNE and DARWIN KARR.
"SHE TOOK A CHANCE"
"Kate Erics" and, two other photoplays.
pintpn AVENUE THEATRE
IslKAKLS TTH AND OIRARD
NAT GOODWIN In
"THE MASTER HAND"
EXTRA COMEDY FEATURE
The MAMMOTH anu5i ?.?.
Mat. ery day, liSO to BiSO Bvg. , T to 11.
"JULIUS CAESAR" 6 Parts
Featuring anthon tfOVELLI,
PTfJ A MlA 12TII STREET AND
O 1 IvnilaV OIRARD AVENUE
EMMA DUNN In "MOTHER" 6 ACTS
; "VAIN JUSTICE"
"LIMITED PERIL?' from "THE HAZARDS
OF HELEN" OTHERS!
AURORA OERMANTOWN AVENUH
AUtWtVA AROVE, NORRI8
Th. Dawn of Understanding.'' Featuring
"HI. Birthday Gift." 'Th. Fbl of lh Tip
ft Treaanr.," "Aerordlng to Their Llghta
NEW VICTORIA WH &UBlJk
"THE LITTLE TEACHFR"
"THE SILENT WITNESS"
TIVQLJ Theatre .SM?;
LOIS WEBER A PHILIP BMALLEY lo
Logan Auditorium ToJ
"THE SUBSTITUTED JEWEL"
THE SEALED VALLEY"
MPKCIAL QKOHMTRAL OKOJLN HMCITALM
aKUiOTIOXm MOM MOOl.MTTO-
LOGAN THEATRE "Vug?
"ADAM, FIRST MAN,"
CALLS AT WHITE H(
Galifornlan Has Plans for Pjr!
Ident to Kid tho World of
Sin Now in Asylum
WASHINGTON. Sept. Jl. "1 arn AJ
of the Garden of Eden, the first mann!
m nu.iu, emu u taller ni the Whit
House. Q '.
"Glad to meet you," s&ld PollcemJ
"Gus" Schraeder, who was on duty nt2
tho main entrance to the building. "t7I
The falter, tvhn lnt, nv t.i
A M,,l. i... .-"' .."'" nMn Ml
.......... ....., , hi. uBd u i years ana
his address as Tulare, Cat., accompanied
the policeman and was surnrlaert vlr.
ho arrived At tho Washington Asylum
wncro no is pcing detained for obaenZfl
u" " i" u,cini vonamon.
Tho Callforntan said:
vmuu iu o ina A'resiaant f,t tu
him how he could rid the world ofbvi3
UE-ENACTS A HOLD-UP
'Masked Man's Representation Caused!
ins luenuncation as Perpetrator
LANCASTniL Pa.. Sent. ai. rotnuJl
Stewart, a convict, was committed tedJ
for trial by Alderman Jlauch for hlghwtrl
robbery the ovenlng of September a.4
when Charles Hallman, horse dealer of II
Lancaster, and wlfo, were held up by j
.masked mart near Lancaster, and JlalLi
man was relieved of his nnrihi, rt:
ovenlg tho holdup waa dramatically re-1
enacted on tho scene of the robbery "
Stewart masked for the occasion, and thH
Hallmans positively Identified him as ths'
highwayman, no protests his Innocehea
of this crime, while admltlng a robbery
for which ho serveA turn v..N - -4
which ho had always asserted his Inne-ii
LOCUST B2D,x,UST "!.
Mat. rirtOana 3 P. M.MIt2.aSS?iYV
EMILY STEVENS In ttf. P?ob?eS nSS
"THE SOUL OF A WOMAN" "' 3
Plays Obtained Thru Stanley Booking .
GRAND "".AND MARKET BTREaW
W Matinee Dally, 6c. Ert, T
"The Devil'. Daughter" Others 1
EUREKA 40TH AN
,4T MARKET 8TRK
METRO FILM CORP. Present.
"ALWAYS IN THE WAY"
IMPFRIAf GOTH AND
PARAMOUNT P,URrT ffi
liniiii "'wnc in jz
nuvnviiE. r AUUEN"
GLORR B0T" ND MARKET STS.
"any Mat. 2:15. ErrS.,Tal
. FLORENCE REED in
"HER OWN WAY"
SPRUCF ' 8r"UCE BELOW 60TH . j
"The Volunteer Organist"
POPTtTAn CEDAR THEATRE t,
POPULAR VC1VU noTHAfnTiiB
THE DIVIN DECREE"
,.a . SVT OP TIIE SEA", v
"SCANDAL IN THE FASftLY11
"NOT A LAMB SHALL STRAY" '
-BROADWAY STAR FEATURE i
JULIA SWAYNE GORDON In 4
n.llv mn , n. .V"X: "" f,J
nATi.,amntn aw 1
1 he Queen of the Screen.
.... RETTY NANS EN In '
"THE CELEBRATED SCANDAL-
HAMILTON 60tn Lsnsdowne XnM
,.?SZ, , : t' Eenlngs. 0:30 M
.I'V.. ths Wheel." 2-reel Charlie ChaptlCf,
Nabbed." Th. Taming of Mary." MtrfXi
"A Double Deal In Pork."
RlTTCMtiril TCC BSD AND
in "The Eagle's Mate" Others
fiARnFN B3D & LANSDOWNB AVE.1
jrtii-fi,ti MAT- j Kvn ,n.MlfJ
"HEARTS ABLAZE" B
reaiunng JUI.IA 8WAYNK QORDON 1S
Broadway Theatre B2Dvaya
"Darkness Before Dawn"
"WHEN MY LADY SMILES'
"THE MYSTIC JEWEL"
DADTDAM THEATRE and AIRDOMa
um. J. IVCItlTt Mth Below CHESTER AVB..1
"THE ROMANCE OF ELAINE," Ne
"THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW"
"THE SANDS OF DEE1'
BOIL Cl TI B8TH A WOOD. A
aoin iji. a ncaire land at,1
"BROKEN COIN." No, 4
"WHEN' FATHER HAD THE OQUT-
"THE HYPNOTIC MONKEY"
RPMM 01TII AND WOODLAND lm
DClllX MAT.. 1:S0. EVO. 0:30 ts ItV
"THE OODDESH." In 2 parts, 12th chapter.!
jwic. won," "ins uecoy-
A SAAntHAnr hf Tllrtftd" f
T A ctliT A I T T1BT A WOODLAND
riarUL.l MAT. 2. EVO.SSlM
William Fox presents Betty Nansen, Wm, 11
ICtlly and Edward Josa In "A Woman's Km1
urrectlon." In 0 parte. "For Ills Mother"!
"Saved By Her Horse," "Iter jieaiiiaiumra
r vitnviTiri iVll
llTm ' n.a..r.ta TIIFTii TI A II A 111
IT , V. a --.-- r
"Udy Audley's Secret" 5 R
'TIIB CRY OF THE FIRST BORN" rsel
nfA.J THEATRE Otn Ave. ft Oxford I
"HIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY
"NO SOUP" JI
"ON HIS WEDDI.NO PAY" OTHKItSrl
Brmiawick Palace .SSSSli
"A Fiery Introduction." "Ethel's urla
6 ACTS, Featuring JAMES ONEIL.
ii-t . - 'i''"i"irTii " ' t "
li Dl Oermantown AV. Ah
Wayne .Palace Hunting prk av
SgiSKS?. "MABEL'S BUSY DAI
Th Confession of Mm., Barastotf." 3 1
"An Hour of Freedom," ft onf 'good cow
Cayuga Theatre avTOM
CHARLtS CHATLIN CUMI
m. I :i1 ail l MA
a lie i-uiic iTiiniMr or
Wl UAM 'GERMANTOWN AVI
-"--" AND PKLHAJ
nmu nAuuui in '
"THE SUBURBAN" 4 Acfl
lHh ChtpUr ot TUK, OODPKfH"-
baiuviiu d srrmBiT
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