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" EVENING LEDGEB PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OOTOBEB 2. 191B.
TWO-DOLLAR MOVIES USHER- IN NOVEL WEEK IN THE LAND OF PHOTOPLAY,
WG ETOTS COMING
Metropolitan Opening Tonight
$2 Triangle Opening Tues
By the Photoplay Editor
Within four days Philadelphia It to
two elaborate and intereitlna; expert
menU In photoplay management. Each
of them employs an opera homo: one,
the Metropolitan; the other, the Cheat
nut Street. Muslo will play a large part
In both entertainment! and actors from
the legitimate lUge will decorate them
both; In fact, there will be very little In
the amuiement line that will no tbe visi
ble at these two houses.
The Metropolitan opens tonight, giving
bs not only photoplays and muslo, but
singing, tablcnux nnd water spectacles.
The first dim will be a screen version of
"Salvation Nell." In which Mrs. Flske
starred a few years back. It was an
excellent, Intense drama of slum lire,
sublimated by love. The photoplay
should products even a better effect than
the stage In the matter of street scenes
and all the varied spectacles of low life
In the cities.
With the chotoDtay will go a condensed
version of "The Mikado," Gilbert & Sul
livan's most popular opera; a tabloid
spectacle entitled "The Spirit of 'It,"
some singing uy the Hippodrome Quartet,
music by a symphony orchestra, and
water effects with lrrtdescent fountains,
etc., right In front of the curtains.
The Chestnut Street' opening comes
Tueday evening. It Ii no rreis agent
"guff" to say that this Is th most Im
portant event In he history ot American
photopluys. Th new Triangle Corpora
tion has pi,1lsted the services if the three
most distinguished American producers
for the screen! I). TV. Griffith, whose
spectacular "Birth of a Nation" opeaks
loudly for Itself: Thomas H. I rue, lone
the Mandby of the New York Mot'on
Picture Company, and producer of "The
Battle of Gettysburg," and Mack Sennctt.
ttho made the Keystone Comedies and
Charlie Chaplin famous.
The entertainment which we shall ste
Tuesday night and which la also on view
In the Triangle theatres of Chicago and
New York, will use the talents of these
three distinguished producers In a single
bill of feature films. No photoplay thea
tre has hitherto consistently shown so
many reels on a regular prrsram, and
needless to say, no photoplay theatru has
charged J2 for admission.
For the opening bill, the Chestnut
Btreet Opera House will show a four
reel comedy by Sennett, featuring Ray
mond Hitchcock. It is called "My Valet,"
and explains the difficulties of a young
man In society who attempts to change
places with his valet In order to avoid
the attentions ot a young lady. When
he dlsco,era how charming she can be
In the person of Mabel Normand, need
less to say he changes back. Mr. Ben
nett plays the volet himself. The second
feature of the bill will be nve-reel
drama, "The Iron Strain," In which
Thomas H. Ince will place Dustln Far
num In an Alaskan environment. The
story Is more or less a serious version of
the old motif of the "Taming of the
Shrew." The program will close with a
photoplay by D. W. Griffith, "The Lamb."
In this which was the sensation of the
opening bill In New York-Douglas Fair
banks plays an adventurous youth who
embroils himself In somo Mexican diffi
culties. According to the New York papers, the
Triangle people over there are adding a
hort opening comedy beginning at 7:45.
Next week Mary Plckford will have the
Stanley Theatre to herself. All six days
he will be seen as the central figure In
"A Girl of Yesterday." This new photo
play from the Famous Players, gives Miss
Plckford a chance to range from a staid,
prim and unsophisticated little girl, the
reincarnation of our mothers' grand
mothers, to a belle of modern society.
The Arcadia, as usual, splits Its week
Into three parts. For Monday and Tues
day, It will show "Blue Grass," a South
ern racing photoplay written by the late
Paul Armstrong. This Is one of the Equit
able releases, and features Tom Wise.
Wednesday and Thursday furnish the
most" distinguished star of the American
stage, Mrs. Flske, In "Vanity Fair,"
"nuft said." Peer Oynt with Cyril Maud
will finish out the week.
The Popular Plays and Players Com
pany, of the Metro Program, will present
Edmund Breese at tbe Palace Theatre
Monday and Tuesday In "The Song ot the
Wage Slave," a photoplay dealing with
labor conditions. On Wednesday and
Thursday the popular Blanche Sweet
gives her dual impersonation in "The Case
of Becky," recently seen at the Stanley
and Arcadia, and for the rest of the
week "A Fata! Card," which caused the
State Board ot Censors such trepldstion,
will be seen at the Palace, with John Ma
son and Hazel Dawn.
At tbe American Theatre a series of
moving pictures taken at the Wldener
School, will be shown thlsh entire week.
These films show various stages of school
life and depict children In their many
sports and drills as they enter and leave
the school buildings.
For the convenience of our readers who
nay desire the addresses of film com
panies we give below a number of the
L ?rlm Manufacturing Company,
building, Nw York city, er Unlvaraal
x Annua, Cai,
jiaiaon. inc., oranfa. N, j or
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Famous PlarwrV "I"? Companr, 31a Wast 39th
trett, Naw York city, or Los Ancalaa, Cal.
York eltrs Jacksonville, Flo., or Uollywood,
lAiMti Mawtfavcturtnr Company. 30th
4 InAfcua, avanua. PhlladatnhW.
Mutual film Corporation, Tt Wast 234 streat.
New York cMy, or Las Antalas, Cat.
&aie Fatura Play Company, IS Wast lt
otraet, New York city, or Hollywood. CaL
SolfaC PolyscoBs Campanr. Oarland BuUdln,
Vltajm Company of Amerloa, Bast 16th
MMt ana Locust , svanue. Brooklyn, N. T.
ThasSsyssr Tita Corporation, Now Roohalla,
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Ol Ejjalr jWp"oossay, West 44 street,
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This is a bit of "Salvation Noll" ns it will bo visualized nt the
Metropolitan tonight. The play was written by Edward Sheldon
while a student of Professor Bnker's course in playwrightinjr at
Ono advantage that tho motion-picture
actress has Is that she Is not pestered for
Interviews In every city In which her pic
ture Is seen.
Tho movlo actress can gtvo out what
she pleases or what her press agent
pleases at the studio once and for all,
nd Is not bothered on the road, because
she does not go on the road Instead
she can luxuriate In the "glorious climate
of California" with an entourage that a
princess might envy. At least that Is tho
The scribe was thinking of all this the
other afternoon at tho Forrest Theatre,
while witnessing for tho 20th tlmo that
wonder of the photoplay stage, or screen
"The Birth of a Nation." It was n warm
afternoon, although not uncomfortably so
In the theatre, and the semi-darkness and
low murmur of music had a soporific ef
fect. The heal of Miriam Cooper, that Is
the picture of her face, was thrown
upon tho screen, and as she rolled her
soulful eyes In tho direction of the scribe
It appeared to him that she was about to
say something nnd wanted a little en
courngement. "What is It?" he osked-or thought he
asked "are you tired of Philadelphia?"
"I have never been In Philadelphia In
my life," was the remarkable statement
of the film star.
"What oh, of course, not; but what do
you think would be your opinion of our
beautiful city If you had been here?"
"What, Philadelphia silly?"
What further might have been said will
never be known, for at this point a vision
in furbelows an In crinoline gently shook
the slex-per and whUpercd: "You are
disturbing those about you, sir."
The scribe had been Bleeping .out .loud.
But he had made a record. He ls(he
only person, as far as is- known, who
has been able to sleep during any part
of "The Birth of a Nation."
News of Local Theatres
The Man from Home is coming back.
But not "The Man from Home."
The difference In the "quotes" means
that William A. Hodge, who made him.
self almost synonymous with Daniel Voor
hees' Pike of Kokomo. Is to return to
Philadelphia In a new play. It is "The
Road to Happiness," a rural comedy. In
which Mr. Hodge plays a younger but
no less "yankeyfled" man. New York
has lately been listening to Mr Hodge's
delectable accent and quaint witticisms.
On the same day, as previously an
nounced, the Lyric Theatre will disclose
a new review. "Hands Up." In which
Maurice and Walton, Ireno Franklin and
Burton Green will be featured.
Following the next attraction at tho
Garrlck, "Under Cover," comes another
success of the last Broadway season,
"The Show Shop." The date is Novem
ber 1, and the play Is a comedy by James
Forbes which betrays the inner secrets
of the managerial otllces. Its themo is
the production of drama on Broadway.
Selda Sears, George Sidney, Robert
Fraser, Walter Young, Mildred Bright,
Emmett Shackelford, Dolly Lewis and
Mona Ryan are the principal players.
Vaudeville has a Gilbert and Sullivan
opera company of Its own. It is in the
form of a revue, and Instead ot singing a
repertoire of the works of these past
masterB of light opera, the most famous
selections from various operas have been
bound together with a thread of a story.
This begins' on board "H M. S. Pinafore"
includes bits from "The Mikado" and
"The Gondoliers" and concludes on an
island, the stronghold of "The Pirates of
Penxance." The Gilbert and Sullivan
Revue comes to B. F. Keith's Theatre
during the week of October 11.
After four years' absence from vaude.
vllle, during which time he has appeared
In many successful plays, William Court
lelgh returns to B, F. Keith's Theatre
during the week ot October IS In Oeorge
MEET AT THE
013 Market St
ALWAYS A QUALITY
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
of Each Week
For Oct. 4th, 5th and 6th
SONG OF HATE
Featuring Betty Nansen and
Supported Uy An All
ADMISSION 10 CENTS
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V. Hobart's one-act comedy, "Peaches."
Richard P. Crollus, a member of the
original company, will bo among his support.
DRAMA OF THE FIVE SENSES
The balmy clime of California and the
novelty of camera acting have started
the brain sparks within the cortex -if
Douglas Fairbanks He writes from the
Grllllth studio In Los Angelos, where, ho
registered his first play, "Tho Lamb,"
for the forthcoming Chestnut Street
Opera House opening:
"Tho drama of sight," so skilfully prac
ticed hero, emboldened me to suggest to
Mr. Grlmth the drama of odors. The
boss replied: "Why lnhalo the drama like
a cigarette? Give tho other senses a
chance!" So we aro now working In col
laboration on a new dramatic art, ap
pealing equally to the five senses of sight,
hearing, smell, taste and touch,
"I have begun by arranging an equiva
lence table of the various emotions and
the flower odors. Thus, rosemary, re
membrance: attar of roses, hope: the Illy,
modesty; the violet, satisfaction; the
honeysuckle, coyness; the poppy, rage:
tho geranium. Jealousy; thesweet pea, do
mestlclty; the passion flower, love; the
cactus, hate, and so on. What a boon to
the lame-duck actor who can't voice his
emotions potently or whose countenanco
Is unable to register the passing moodj
of feeling! Tho odor machine, from the
footlights, can do all his 'emoting' for
"As regards the taste department of
the new art, I'm having considerable
trouble out hero because of tho lack of
competent chefs. I fear I must await my
return to New York before drawing up a
harmonic scalo of food values. The Idea
however, can be applied with great suc
cess to dramatio entertainments a la
cabaret, each course, so to speak, being
kept In tune with the lyric or terpsicho
rean exertions of the performer. Finally,
the department of touch will present no
difficulties. Tho arms of each theatro
sea?, can be electrically wired, and a cur
rent oMharmless but invigorating voltage
Rameses Had Ideas
Six thousand years ago Rameses
the Second worked out a Triangle
idea. He took several hundred thou
sand slaves, about a million tons of
reinforced concrete and a scenario of
his own and staged the Triangle play
in about two dozen scenes.
That's how we got our pyramids.
Rameses was a Playwright. He
craved spectacular entertainment. As
he couldn't stage his ideas inside a
footy little temple, he did it out of
And this wasn't spoken drama,
Nobody talked back to Rameses,
for he couldn't endure competition
po it was silent drama plus music.
He got the best artists of his day
and made them do big things in a
Triangle sort of way which means a
Big way. He never heard of Farnum,
Hitchcock or Fairbanks but if he
had he'd have given the pyramid
jobs to an assistant and written plays
When Triangle plays open at the
Chestnut Street Opera House next
Tuesday evening you'll get your first
impression of just how big and effec
tive the new Triangle idea is.
TRIANGLE FILM CORPORATION,
Box office opens Monday morning,
Octobw 4th, First week beginning
Tuesday evening, October 5th, Duttin
Farnum in "Tbe Iron Strain," Douglas
Fairbanks in 'The Lamfe," Raymond
Hitcheock in "My Valet,"
Evening prices, 25c, 90c, 75c and
$2. .Matinees, usducKBf Sat., 25c, 50c & $1.
WITH THE LOCAL
End of tho Five-Cent Thea
tre nnd Other Matters
Next week Philadelphia gets M movie.
Last week she got a lecture on the end
ot the five-cent theatre. It was given
by P. J, Herring, president ot the Motion
Picture Exhibitors League of the United
States, at a meeting of the local organi
sation. Two-dollar movies are welcome enough
If they mean an entertainment which
cannot be furnished at any lower price
and which will be something entirely be
yond the range of what we already get.
tint tharn seems no rood reason why the
i other end of the scale should not reach
down as far as tho nicitei. ot course,
tho nickel theatre cannot consistently
present a long program of "first runs,'
but It can give us an unusual new photo
play every now and then. It can always
furnish us with the best of the old films,
or one of the many interesting shorter
programs. Of course, the nve-cent thea
tre means a good situation in a populous
neighborhood with a consistent and far
seeing business management. Possibly
the rewards may not he so great, but the
man who gives us a flvc-ccnt movlng
plcturo playhouse certainly does a great
shore toward making the life ot those
without largo pocketbooks a happier thing
than It might otherwise be.
The Stanley hits a happy medium be
tween the $2 project ot the Triangle play
worked from the stage switchboard will
Impart dramatic values to the enthusias
tic spectators. I expect to charge $5 a
seat for this new five-senses art, which
will revolutionize all the antiquated thea
trical procedure." '
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and the very low-price theatres. It al
ways has "first runs" of the best Para
mount features, and It presents them In
an Interesting way with excellent sur
roundings, both physical and artistic.
Whether travel, comlo or carloature car
toons, the pictures are always Interest
ingthe music Is also Invariably excel
lent The latter la a foregone conclusion
when the orchestra numbers such good
player as Alfred Lorenx, Philadelphia
Orchestra; Fred Cook, Philadelphia Or
chestra; Benjamin D'Amello, Chicago
Opera Company, Nathan Frey, Stanley
Bymphony Orchestra; Walter Schmidt,
Stanley Symphony Orchestra; Adolph
Hrlschberg. Philadelphia Orchestra; Hans
Schlegcl, Philadelphia Orchestra; Albert
Wayne, Chicago Opera Company! Frits
Dtetrlchs, Philadelphia Orchestra; Joseph
D'Angelo, Constants Orchestra Roma;
William Gruner, Philadelphia Orchestra;
Frod Wagner, Philadelphia Orchestra;
WllllamSchlechtweg, Philadelphia Or
chestra; Albert Bode, Nina Symphony
Orchestra, France: Louis Esehert, Stanley
Symphony Orchestra; Richard F. Bach,
Stanley Symphony Orchestra; Hollo Malt
lang. Chicago, St. Paul, Overbrook; Otto
Schmidt, Stanley Bymphony Orchestra,
The one valid criticism of the Stanley
management might lie In the suggestion
that an absolutely black stage with no
visible setting would do a lot to brighten
any picture. But there the Stanley Is a
negligible offender with many other
Tho Alhambra Theatre In South Phila
rmOAD AND BUS.
V IO 11 c. n.
Charlotte Walker in
- 1 M lL DllOAD ST.. ERIE 4
Great Northern qermant-naves.
DAILY 2:30 P. M. EVENINGS. T A 0.
All the leading atars of fllmdom In a wonderful
array of features
Broad Street Casino BR0ige,;
Matinee 2:30. Evening 0:45, 8:15. 9:80.
ORMI HAWLEY in
"THE PHANTOM HAPPINESS"
"THE LAST DROP OP WATER"
Comlna- Monday Irena Fenwtck In
"THE WOMAN NEXT DOOR"
JEFFERSON DAUPHIN STREETS
GAIL KANE and
in "VIA WIRELESS"
Plays Obtained Thru Stanley Rooking Co.
PAPK" RIDOE AVE. AND DAUPHIN
rUVTk. MAT.. 2:15."' EVO., 8:80.
Hear Our J. P. Seeburo Orchestral Pino Orson
"THE MELTING POT"
Plays Obtained Thru Stanley Booking Co.
New Somerset somerset bts?"
MATINEE DAILY. 2 P. M.
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in
r,..rnU.1.MJ THEATRE. 26TH AND
MATINEE and EVENINO
THEDA BARA in
"The Devil's Daughter"
Next Week Wm. Farnum in "The Plunderer"
YUKlv I ALALfcj " YORK STREET
MATINEE and EVENING
CHARLIE CHAPLIN AT
THE COUNTRY CIRCUS
TIFE WELCOME WEEKLY No 188
ALSO A DtO SURPRISE PEATURB
West Allegheny ZW..MM
DANIEL FROHMAN Freaenta
MARY PICKFORD in
FANCHON, THE CRICKET
HEINIE and LOUIE COMEDIES
LEHIGH Theatre "SiSSS ave,
"NEAL OF THE NAVY"
"The- Sky Hunten" Featuring
Edna Mayo and Bryant Washburn
"That Poor Damp Cow" Others
PAMBRIA 28T" AND
.rtmDIlrt CAMBRIA STREETS
"THE STRANGER IN THE VALLEY"
"THE SPOOK RAISERS"
"FATHER SAID HE'D FIX IT WITH THE
HELP OF THE LADIES-
THE JOURNEY'S END"
"NEAL OF THE NAVY"
Columbia Theatre columblVave.
ANIMATED WEEKLY No. 183
"GOING TO THE DOGS"
"THE COUNTRY CIRCUS"
"THE GIRL WITH THE RED FEATHER"
"MR. BIXUIE-S DILEMMA"
PASTIME "D btSeet?e,Ub
"SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER"
Review of American Fleet
"The Prima .Donna's Mother"
"MIXING IT UP"
Washington Palace nntfwVirrs.
"A BAD MAN" AND OTHERS
ANIMATED WEEKLY No. 17S
"The Tout" "Her Rustic Hero"
RP V WDOB AVENUB
- AND OXFORD BTREBT
"DIMPLES AND THE RING"
"Broncho Billy and the Posse"
mFAI J AND COLUMBIA AVB.
iucju mat,, a p.m. xva.T,
SPECIAL FEATURE DAY
Featuring NANCE O'NEIL
NORKI5 MATIKKtf k aVBHIMO
"TRAIN ORDER NUMBER 4ft"
(-tsAJUMM .or juauuf aaaist)
delphia Is carrying the PM.mnnl pro
gram, together with some "ft'18" at"J
German war pictures. The first half of
the week llaiel Dawn will be seen in
The Heart of Jennifer." The second
half, Charlotte Walker, In ''Out of Darkness."
Blanche 8wcet Is seen In about as many
theatres these days as any actress of the
screens. Next weok she will! bo at the.
Locust Wednesday, in "The Clue.
Monday and Tuesday comes George Faw
eett. In "The Majesty of the Law ;
Thursdav, 6am Bernard! Friday, 'Tho
Bigger Man," and Saturday, "The Flash
ot an Emerald."
Monday the Victoria begins a new pol
icy of midweek changes. It also intro
duces first-run Fox features as a settled
policy. "The Song of Hate." reviewed
favorably In the Evenwo LrnxiBn before
release, will be seen there Monday, Tues
day and Wednesday. The last threo days
of tbe week will bo dvoted to a varied
"The Bong of Hate." with Betty Nan
sen, will also be shown next week at tho
Glrnrd Avenue Theatre, Monday and
Tuesday. Tho rest of the weok brings
Jose Collins, Ann Murdock and Holbrook
Bllnn, finishing with "The Outcast" ono
of those excellent Griffith reissues, fea
turing Mae Marsh and Robert Horron.
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I OPITCT MD AND LOCU8T BTS.
LuLUO 1 KIMBALL ORGAN
Mats., 1:80 and 8 P. M. Eca., 6:80 to 11.
ALICE BRADY in
"The Lure of a Woman"
Playa Obtained Thru Stanley Booklnr Co.
rDAMn 62D AND MARKET STREETS
VilVrtlL Matinee Dally. 2 P. M.. 5o
SATURDAY 1:80 to 11 P. M. Continuous.
ROBERT WARWICK in
"THE STOLEN VOICE"
FIJRFff A 40TH AND
LiUIXCIUt MARKET STREETS
"THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY"
"THE FOX WOMAN"
Featuring Miss Teddy Simpson
MATINEE ONLY FAIRY PLAY
"Rumpelstilskin" F0R K?DDJEa
IMPERIAI O0TU AND
llTIi I-.IVIML, WALNUT STREETS
"Tillie's Punctured Romance"
With MARIE DRESSLER
IN THE TITLE ROLE SUPPORTED BY
Chas. Chaplin & Mabel Normand
HI ORF BBTI1 AND MARKET BTS.
UL,UUb DaIjr Mat- 2.15i EvB, 7 A g
CLIFTON CRAWFORD in
Salisbury Wild Animal Pictures
Playa Obtained Thru Stanley Booking Co.
THE PFTiAP THEATRE
POPULAR ttUAK eOTH & CEDAR
"The Doll House Mystery"
"The Little Lady Next Door"
"Married on Credit"
Animated Weekly 186
SHERWOOn MTH AN
Jesse L. Laskey Presents
BESSIE BARRISCALE in
'The Rose of the Rancho"
MATINEE. 2:30. EVENING, 8:30, 8 & 0:30
The BALTIMORE baSoISPav.
MATINEE AT 2
BETTY NANSEN in
"Should a Mother Tell?"
WEBER & FIELDS
"NEAL OF THE NAVY," No, 3
"The Valley of Regeneration"
"A MAID AND A MAN"
Francis X. Bushman and Ruth
"The Slim Princess"
BY OEORGE ADE. AND OTHERS.
FNKLIN B2 AANDa8NDBoAVE
MARY NASH in
"The Tides of Time" SJ
HEARST-SELIG NEWS, No. 60
GARDEN 6SD LANSDOWNE AVE
0 MATINEE 2. EVENINOSiSO.
Sins of the Mothers"
With ANITA STEWART
and EARL WILLIAMS
Broadway Theatre "V,""'
. ROBERT WARWICK in
"THE FACE IN
BARTRAM JS??10 niS airdomS
TL SEDA BARA in
1 he Uemenceau Case"
"Broncho Billy Well Repaid"
58th St. Theatre 58T" wood.
"THE SQUAW MAN"
"THE WEIRD NEMESIS"
"THE CURSE OF ANAME"
BENN MT" A woodland
"THE SERPENPS TOOTH"
Mat, So. Ev.nlpt, MuiJfi iSoTcg, fc
PASCHALL "WASwpnwum '
FRANK! TN D STREET.
WM. FARNUM to "'
Ti- 2 Wa ?DAV
"Skeriff of Red Rp cjjlm
Afterooort 4 Ey, AiwjJTsTr.
Questions and AnswartH
jon iimw uanam requests Ut
niuinuiDa vuums scenarios, Sams
qs iuui mm fliouon rioture Mrsjin
175 Duftleld street, thm.... . "S
Michael Elliott Regarding cartoftn .
tlon Pictures, addre.a n ?.?? B
care of rathe Company, 25 Weii iliS
street, New Tork city, for your InfonS
Charles S. Graham Writing aonifi
Lubln Company will furnish " you iSH
speclmen scenario and full InstrnrtSi1
Aoaress ocenario Editor, 20th stri "l.
Indiana avenue. ,treet M
Jessie H. Murray Watch the fivfl
Lsdobr's photoplay theatro anntraSU'
ments every day and you will a -J
the "Kay Bee," "Broncho" and "DflmfclS
films are bolnir shown. TV,, - ie
films are bolng shown. They are
Mutual program. William a Hart f'
Dears in the Mutual films. nv..i. 5'
Reader Tho Mutual Film a !.. t
employs Its own staff of scenario wrfliJ?
ae do all tho big producing comnABlI?
But, llko all tho rest, it win not wfl
a manuscript that has real merit
Enthusiast The newest production &.
turlng Mary Plckford may be mm .1
showing Betty Nansen Is "The Son 3
Hate," a new version of "La Tosca, 'B
will bo at the Victoria Monday, is.....
GIRARD AVKE?B THEATRE
wa'&aVe reid, TllW!
F. A. TtlRNRTl I. a "
"Tm? i Oct umicpii
CHARLES CHAPLIN In
"THE BANK" .?
The MAMMOTH amAR?T5
Mat. Every Day. 1:80 to 8:30. Ev.., iVkf
"The Last Days of Pompetf'i?
"HELP! MURDER! POLICED
"MORE AND MORE" S
"THREE WEEKS' j
"Broncho Billy's Protege" i
"Billy Joins the Navy" "J
AURORA GERMANTOWN AVJDftnll
"HAM AND THE EXPERIMENT1 H
"HER RETURN" 1
"LIFE'S CHANGING TIDE"
Hth Eplaoda ot "The Romance of Elafcn"
TIVOLI Thpnfro AIRMOUNT AVB.
"Chasing the Limited"
"Unlike Other Girls"
"Romantic Rosalind" ccS
POPLAR ,-g ,
FAIRMOUNT franklin and
M. niiviTlvUM 1 FAIRMOUNT m.
"NEAL OF THE t
BTII AND LEinQH
BETTY NANSEN- in
"A Woman's Resurrection"
"Rrnnrhn RHIv. Q.J..JI
..,,'JJJF WINNING WASH"
Mat. Be to nil. Eve;., Adults, 10c; Children, h'
R.,,H.,,n'.1. Dl 2211 FltlNir,
"" litt'ft. . e FORD ATS.
R.1INU BAUGOT in i
"DR. JEKYI.T. AIMn md Hvnw
"The Girl and the Reporter"
"Ham nnrl Rurlfl .f tk. P.Wf
" mmj , iiii; a i
Wavnn Pnlna Oarmantovrn Ava. Um 1
?. unntlni Pat Aa,
1HOS. E. SHEA in
"MAN OF MARSMAN"
"In the King's Service"
ALSO TWO nnnn r-nxm-riTwa
Saturday Evening-. Children to 8 yeart, M
r,air.,nn TL I GERMANTOWN
wwyuba aiicttirc, AvE CAYUQA
."COUNTRY GIRL" f
Tulrprinrlri GERMANTOWN Aval1,
i uipenocKen tulpehocken.ss?
EXTRA LOTTIE PICKFORD and
IRVING CUMMINOS In
'The Diamond From the Sky
PFI HAM OERMANTOWM AVR AM
"Romance of Elaine," No, 71
"THE DEATH n.OIID" 1
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nonart nenly in M
"THE TENOR," 3 Acts.
Market St. Theatre 8M UA$S
"Judge Not; or, The Woman
Mona Diggings," Feature
V IVI A innvn
FRANK SHERIDAN In
"THE MONEY MASTER
C-omlne Mondav Bettv
in "The Song of Hate"
U t V KJ I STREET
"THE MELTING POTV
In "OUT OF DARKNE5J1!
Logan Auditorium oai3p
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Atvrui ADVENTUREB a? AN A
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