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EVENING LEDGER-PHTTMnTflTPTTTA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 191C-
L..ntEnC IN TIIK KOHTII SEA,
eOMEWHJ" " Konnnlln Meet
I 'IT", nek the UrltlBh North Son
bnrt'Ct Zoppelln J19 snnk a
tElnco in " ... nllnsl nn iina
'Sd m h naval circles.
k ?i offensive Is regarded as not lm-
'll vwn on the Germans trying It.
miSfJto Mritely n Zeppelin must uy
amfc" . -.i.. frnm mo Bliu'iiiiuiiu ftuuo
tor A ? 'V..1.1.1, i.nt1ililii) nro now so I
m"T .r.ii gupiillcd, would soon put an
tlM?ftei?. hTrnld Bombs might fall
,!i4 i.l Into the water within IB feet
tr MllD ill WWW -" "
'" -!. h&ttteshlp's deck, tho maximum
l"XnwTf unlikely even to affect the
H extremeiy .m-i.nev of tho victim.
fflltat neet of six Zeppelin
IT Simple, would stand an excellent
fof M..pi,:i n( lonst 0110. Nevcrthe-
?. British battleships nro not exactly
Sirt nht whon enemy aircraft hover
' CRAFT EASILY MENDED.
iMit one who has not actually boarded
Ww rtnimhlll nf Vlrn
ft.-Li sir David Ueatty during tho
KJ .vufully a modern battleship may bo
w. . . wu.. Tint, wnd nnmpwtint lmt-
ISSd In this action, under tho conceit
Sled Are of three German battleships.
nt most serious hit was a. dent In tho
Hrine-room armorplato which broke the
HB, , ,,. rr.h,, ,),
faef HKV wlc 'v mv...... ...u ...v.
av - vArlMtAil frnm 30. Icnntn to IT,
farF . i.i ,uA t Inn wna fnrrnd (n with.
E,, inasmuch as 25 knots was tho
Atattd necessary iu uteii mo iivi.ie, v,,-
Euii within range.
M-'Afalral Beatty then transferred hit
.twig 1 uic -""' .....0...
Xttoud with his flag commander from a
Kjgtroyer which brought tho two ofllccrs
Mttejslde at about 28 knots. Tho stories
MC tAfl Lions injunua uuu uuuu iuiu;
l German shell demolished Admiral
Ktettr'a quarters, and how tho captain's
talhroom was Diown overuoaru uy a. imi,
ToJiy, except for one or two dents which
tie proudly preserved as mementoes, tho
lioa Shows no cwuences ui ino uogBcr
n . WaU Am nil nnlnlltiir In tlin fn.
etn' quarters Is pierced whero fragments
tl i 12-Inch shell from tho Iiliiccher
hMl IhrouEh tho deck, and the shell
at li preserved as a trophy.
: -Alter luncning aoo.iru me Tincess
n.Mt wa fnttnn lhn T.lnn'n nnlnpr p-nth.
J ahAnt a nhnnPV nnnl fl pn lilirnlnn' In
I'jnte In the wardroom. Afterward wo
ef put in an cievaior anu lowercu to
the estlne room, where tho captain ox-
Kt.lnl nnma ilmnln dntnlle nf thn mnpliln.
. Trt nrnfontna rf thn T.lnn Ivnn thn
Setftne room Is pcrfoctly cool oven when
naa epeea 13 run up iu ox iiiiuis, wncn
Iliere Is scarcely moro than a low hum
from the engines.
WORRISTOWN HEARS BIG
IJppELIN RAID ON BRITISH
GUNS WATCHFULLY WAITING
lircraf t Must Fly Low, Say Officers, and Bombs
WT)o Little Damage Battered Sea Fighters
juasny JK,epairea xor service
Dr II. C. SUYDAM
Spocln.1 Correspondent niEMKa LsnoEB.
Stories that the Lion was actually tor
pedoed during the Dogger Hank fight ap
pear to be without foundation, as tha
nhlp's-nfricers, nfter minute examination,
found no evidence to support tho charge.
Tho lnglo correspondent wns taken to
tho bridge of tho flagship Into tho actual
position occupied by Admiral Heatty dur
ing the rngngement. Not only wns tho
ontlro fleet, oven to tho rim of restless de
stroyers, clearly lslhle, but the Won It
self appeared sn massive In bulk that ono
mnrvollcil at such n typo of ship attain
ing the speed of 31 knots an hour. Tho
contrast between the llrltlsh nnd American
typo of battle-mast li striking These
newest models of HrltMi first-lino fighting
craft nre equipped with a tripod mnst In
stead of the American basket mast. Ono
or two of tho three supports may be shot
away, and the mast will remain standing
for a period dependent upon the Bhlp's
speed, and tho roughness of the sea. I
believe thnt greater surety lies In tho
tighh, spick and span.
Upon leaving tho Won, which retains
but few battle scais, and hns the most
honoied namo In the British navy today,
wo wcro put aboard a fast oil-burning
destroyer nnd "reviewed" the fleet.
Standing upon the bridge with tho
youthful lieutenant who wns In com
mand, we passed the entire fleet drawn
up In the very battle line which will meet
tho Germans on that diy when the enemy
emerges from Kiel. Tho Tiger, which has
so often been sunk by German reports,
was newly-palntcd. and looked as If It
had Just gone Into commission Other
ships, which had Just arrived from tho
ceaseless patrol-work maintained In tho
North Sea, wcro weather-worn and dirty.
As our destroyer, veiled In thick smoke,
rushed along between tho double lines
of wnltlng wnrcraft, Urltaln's naval
strength was spread out beforo us: bat
tle cruisers, destroyers, mother-ships,
torpedoboats, tiawleVs, nnd mysterious
tinmps: each wanting only a slnglo word
of commnnd to steam off Immediately to
ward Kiel to engage the German navy
as It crept out of Its long seclusion.
A CHANCI3 TO DESTftOY.
At a banquet given thnt evening to the
visiting French Journalists, wo Americans
wcro unneutral enough to drink the toast:
"Au President do la Itepubllnuo Krancalse,
j'al l'honncur do lever mon verrol" Tho
Frenchmen gavo us in return "Hall,
Columbia I" And to wind up our trip
to tho llrltlsh fleet, a naval Commander
explained to our French colleagues the
attitude of tho Urltlsh navy: "K is not
thnt wo have feared tho submarines of
tho enemy, but thnt wo have feared that
we should not destroy them!"
This statement will be repeated to
10,000,000 French readers, and thero Ib no
renson why a fow I3rooltlynltc3 should not
understand that tho only thing the British
navy fears today Is that tho enemy will
not venture out to bo destroyed.
"GOLD AND THE WOMAN"
Chorus of 600 Aids Biederwolf
Reyival Ursinus College
Students Hit Trail
?K0niUSTOWN, Pa., March 8. Moro
thin 600 members of tho Allentown
fhorus choir, which sang during the Bied
jwolf campaign In that city, camo to
Korrfatown last night In a Bpeclat train.
Bid participated in a great song festival
W the Norrlstown choir. Tho combined
chorus of 1200 voices Bang the familiar
ampsJjn songs with enough gusto to
shilse the rafters of heaven, as Doctor
OWerwoli put It
tlAbOUt ISO RttlrirmtH nf TTrnlntm rnllnrrn
Ws CMhe down from Collegevlllo and
Vtirrea the atmasnhflrA In thn tithnrnnnlft
p meir ells and cheers for tho cvan-
,-ui aiiu ills n;iriv. :snmn nr inn rt,i
We responded to tho Invitation, directed
fPa&Hy to them, and hit tho trail at tho
:p of the meeting
itln choruses under tho direction of
owh Mac" sang a number of selections
,e.5'r and D0ufiuets of rosos and car-
HUOnS "Werfl elVOn tn Mtnll nf ihn mnni-
f of the evangelist's party. It was
yuu mai an nave been elected
"HOrary memhorn nf ,hn All-ntAmn nv.nni
Jy. Just organized, of which Mr.
:."" win oe airector.
fcPlUte''8 Question" was the evangelist's
jnwn theme last night, and In tho most
watte i manner at his command he pic
F lt as a "weak-kneed, whlto
nrta monster of iniquity, because ho
nncea the Son of Qod for the nako of
ftoajomiw. afternoon a great "baby sav
H I nfc" win be held In tho taber
' la recognition of baby week.
P SAVES MOTHER AND BABY
Max Lubln nnd Infant Rescued
;K From Flames
OtW?' ?uWn and her two-weeks-old
K. ,",qB:r ea dwn a Bmoke and
W trtiii et8JnTay ewly today when
WhS',&(S $e two-story
Way at nil t. i . "'anuiaciuring
ffiui rSJ. T:09 .Polnt "reeze avenue.
" tti rttamif.-.?1 l"e- bula'ne was used
KbS ?"'actur t underwear by tha
auriiva"An,ubn and his wife
taw. . ?n ,ha second floor. When
Pcrtcu, enea y the smoke and
P Ptotl 'ih ani Fderal streets sta.
Rtoitfe? Croko returned with
Cythe policeman maheri n thn ni
P cWM. brougnt Jwn Mrs. Lubln
$142.50 ADDED HERE
'GOLD AND THE WOMAN'
ANOTHER VAMPIRE FILM
Theda Bara Has Her Usual Part
in an Unusual Film on
A sceno from tho New Fox film showing Theda Bara and II. Cooper
'TRISTAN UND ISOLDE'
AT THE OPERA HOUSE
Moving Performance of Great
Love Drama by
Total of $6183.34 Contributed
- to Aid Belgian
Phlladelphlans nro making a hearty re
sponse to tho appeal for tobacco for tho
Belgian soldiers, and, as a result, $112.50
was contributed In this city yesterday
toward tho Belgian Soldiers' Tobacco
Fund. Persons In all stations of life,
from shop girl to society woman, and
from little children to aged men, have
willingly mado their contributions In or
der to allovlato tho suffering of tho Bel
gian soldiers In the trenches.
The total fund now reaches ?C1S3.34,
as announced by J, P. Morgan & Co. to
day. Letters praising the moveme'nt nnd
Inclosing contributions havo been received
from all parts of tho country. Tho plan
Is to send a packago of 50 cignrettes, a
package of pipe tobacco and n box of
rrntches every weeit to each of tho 200,000
Belgian soldiers, It Is estimated that
It will cost about 150,000 a week. A .lol
lar given means that u Belgian soldier
will get a full dollar's worth of tobacco,
ror Amorican manufacturers havo co
operated with tho movement in making
For tho first tlmo In two, perhaps more,
years Rlchnrd Wagner's music drama,
"Tristan und Isolde," was glen nt tho
Metropolitan Opera House laBt night Tho
nssurnnco of success wns Bet on tho per
formnnco when tho Metropolitan sent for
tho principal characters. Mines. Ondskl
and Homer and MM. Urlus, Braun and
Well. Thero couldn't, In any case, bo
doubts as to what the singing would be.
It was, In fnct, superb.
Mme. Gadskl has been heard here be
foro this season nnd her lovely Hlsa Is
still a potent memory. KIsa, In fnct, more
than Isolde, lies within tho limited rnngo
of 'Mme. Gadskl'H powers of characteriza
tion, but her singing of Isoldo line, last
night, nn emotional depth, was suffused
with a glowing nnd glamourous light
unique In our expcrlcnco of her voice.
Mme. Homer's Brangnonc was completa In
both essentials It was dignified, almost
majestic, In polso and attitude, and her
voice, not darkened, wns both ringing and
rich. In tho luoffablo second act Mr. Ur
lus sang with lima Oadskl, and words
noed not attempt to convey tho effect of
a beauty which Iu Intended to be, and
was, of another, lovelier world. Tho en
tire performance was calculated to render
criticism desperate It at least nbsolvcs
ono of going Into details.
Mr. Toscnnlnl's "Tristan" Is not soon
forgot. Wo recti, tho tense, fcbrllo ex
citement of It, the flro and the energy of
passion In which tho drnma unfolded It
self. Mr. Ilodansky's "Tristan" Is rot
febrile, not electric, but there" was that
of rnpturo nnd tremendous loveliness In It
which made all other Tristans weak and
unworthy. Whether by choice of tempo,
by tho new relation between orchestra
nnd singers, Mr Bodansky did mnko of his
performance n new crentlon. The prelude
nlono was nt moments unaffeotlng. Hence
forth the drama of loe and disaster, of
such loe which seemingly could rise only
out of sin nnd could end not other
wise than In tragedy, played Itself out
in tho music, with a passion and a vo
hemenco that left the auditor breathless
and Impotent of emotion. Uvcry faculty
of appreciation was demanded, every ca
pacity for feeling exhausted.
In tho end tho responsive listeners morn
than tho acted Isolde, went through tho
pugatorial fires of death As she sang,
their spirits, no less than hers, rose In
long spirals of beauty and tho llcsh nnd
tho lusts thereof fell away as raiment
And somowhero In the orchestra thero shot
forth n bright and shimmering answer,
nn Iridescent Incredibly dazzling beforo
which death Itself could closo It eyes.
It was, "Tristan" always Is, a glorified
example of that dearest and deadliest of
modern virtues: tho vicarious enjoyment
through art, of the sufferings of others.
Pear nnd dendly It Is, but rare. And Mr.
Bodansky has our thanks for a memornblo
occasion, for a wonderful experience.
a. V. S.
By (he Photoplay Editor
"OOr.D ANtl TUT, WOMAN" A fox fllm In
0 reel, directed bv jAniofl Vincent. lteleuRO
Monday, March 1.1
Juliet De Cordova Theilft TtAra
Colonel rirnent Dent It. Cnnprr I'lUTfl
tJumlil Uhnniio ,1'nrleton Mnry
Chief Duknrn Chief 111 ick JMcle
I)nknra Kciimw .lulln Hurley
lelt tmnkara Carter H llnrkneM
! DuKknra Harrv llllllnrcl
Heater Chnndns Almn Hnnton
"Tho evil that men do lives after them."
Well what nbout women?
So It certainly was In tho case of
Pugnld Clinmto From tho evil lie com
mitted during his lifetime, trouble followed
his family even Into tho fomth genera
tion. Slnco It seems truo thnt evil llvei
after one, wo may add It should havo a
long and healthy exlstance following tho
dcmlso of Col llrnest Hont. tho seco'id
villain of the new Fox fllm, "Onld nnd tho
Woman." For a moro despicable person
would be hard to find. Then, when evil li
j tottering on Its Inst legs from old ngo
thero Is little doubt but thnt It will bo re
juvenated by killing off .Juliette (Theda
Barn)' which should ensure ex II a few
moro years of Joy
ThH new Fox fllm spans a space of somo
100 years between the opening reel of In
dian times nnd tho "Fool There Wns,"
closing of our present-day civilization.
It Is worthy of comment thnt the detail
and atmosphere of tho pioneer days li
quite ns renllMIc ns tho air of luxuiy nnd
wealth of tho cloiing reels That Is
pretty high praise, slnro Fox Is noted for
tho elaborateness of his modern settings.
Tho whole cast Is exceptionally good.
Theda Ilera Is starred nnd her work is of
her usual stnndaid of eftoctlvo pictorial
allurement. She Is beautiful, nn nlwnys,
with less of tho sneer, which sometimes In-
The real acting Illinois go. howocr, lo
Alma Hanlnn ns Hester Her portrayal of
blindness carries with It u pitiful hclplcrs
ncss without the unnatural gi oping which
so often spoils tho effect when this nflllc
tlon Is depleted
II. Cooker Cllffc is well cast In tho rolo
of the man who falls victim to the wlici
of the woman In the ense. Ills death
scene, strongly reminiscent of Kdwnrd
Jose in "A Fool Thero Wns," was the best
bit of work by him In tho entire picture.
The photograph throughout Is good and
the direction by Mr. Vincent excellent.
Willie Collier's nett plcturo for tho
Trlangle-Kcstono will be "Wife nnd Auto
Wlllnrd Mack, Gorda Holmes and Clara
Whipple will bo seen In "Ills Ono Big
Chance," an Uquitnhle feature.
Marie Doro, ono of the most popular
nctresscs on the screen, has left New
York to begin a long engagement ns stnr
of tho Jesse Ij. Iasky Feature Film Com
pany. Her Famous Players engagement
engugement tnded with the completion of
"Diplomacy," Both I.asky and tho Fa
mous Players Film Company release
through the same distributing organiza
tions. Lately Miss Doro has been nimbly leap
ing from firm to firm nnd It has kept tho
publla dizzy following hor. Within a
moderately short tlmo she has hopped
around the pioduclng maps iu tho follow
ing ordor: Famous Players to Kino Arts,
Fine Arts to Famous Players, and now
from that firm to l,asky
Will somo one explain the secret of
pulling big money in the movies'' Chnrllc
Chaplin has Just hlgned up for a half
million a year with tho Mutual, whltft the I
Paramount Corporation pays Gornldina
Farrar nn cnormoui -um. Also Chnrlle i
nets In "Carmen," ono of Mlsi Farrar's I
(our error, Mrs. Tellegen's) greatest Yolo. (
Vet can you lmnglnc Chnrlle playing Doit i
Josn to Farrars Carmen? But lor nn
that, Charllo's Don Jos.o Is quite as good
In his wny as Ml9s Farrar's Carmen In
hers Hut w4y, oh, why, do they both get
paid uig money for two things mai couiu
never ho put together? Oh, well, you con
fool nit of tho people sonic of the time, as
wo all know. "
Cleo Madison will shortly nppcnr In a
new feature for tho Universal. Tho title
Is "A Heart's Crucible."
AKKE8T MOTOKISTS' TEUKOU
Justice Weeks Accused of Extortics
and Misappropriating Funds
ATLANTIC riTW March 8 Justice
Joseph Weeks, of Plcasantvllle. known nn
the "nutomnblllsls' terror," 'was arrested
last night, charged wltn extortion nnd mis
appropriating money. Tho complaint
wns mado by llobert C. Blickcr. and nlll
davlts by several others will flguro In tb
Mnglntrnto Haughty held him In heavy
ball for a further hearing.
JITNEYS HIT THOLLEYS
Harrisburrr Gross Earnings Show Re
duction of $78,992
HAttniHIMMin. Mnrch 8. Tho gro-is
earning of tho Harrliburg Hallway Com
pany were reduced $"8,902,155, 00 per cent
of which was duo to Jitney competition
nccordlng to tho annual report of the
n -x1 jsvjim
W, .. i kf V
of going to
SSA BoSm (hmomu
TIIK follanrlng theatrim obtain their pictures (lironuli the STANIYIIY
Booking Company, which U a gunruntee of early ftlitmlng of the
flneat production. All pictures reviewed lxiforo exhibition. Auk for
the theatre In your locality obtaining pictures through the STANI.IJY
Chestnut St. Op. House &,"
MARIO MAJERONI in
..... , 12th, Morris & Passyunk Ae.
Al H AMRR A M&t Dully at -; Kg ,T i 0.
HLllnlUUlVn voudo-vlllo tc ParanVt Pictures
Mme. Petrova in The Soul Market
BIG PLOT OF GHOUND SOLD
Thirteen and One-Half Acres at
Oregon Avenue Conveyed
Ellis D. Williams, representing tho es
tate of Michael Bomler. has sold to Abra
ham Kolsky a tract of ground, covering
about 13 acres, lying between Oregon
avenue and Johnson street, and extending
from Ninth to Twelfth streets,
This Is ono of the largest sales of
ground recently mado In tho Oregon ave
nue section, whero between two and three
thousand new houses have been built In
the last three years. This development Is
In anticipation of tho removal of the
railroad tracks from Oregon avenue,
which work nlrfcady has been begun and
which will be completed In the course of
tho noxt two or three yearsl
nr as j.wm ,i t. tt hiitiim. -m u
$31,80 trip $31.80
rrora rhllUdelphla every Wed, and Sat.
Including meula and choice of atuteroom
accommodattoiu. A11 outside roonm Flno
teamen, Heat lervlce. TIcketa limited tp
Merchants' & Miner' Tram. Co.
dtr (Mice, 105 Ho. Oth fit, Phono Lombard
1001). I'onault any ticket or tourUt agent.
16 Days of
Ta . f 1 r a
Days of sunshine and soft
tropic breezes from the
scented forests of lovely
Porto Rico Island of Enchantment.
Here are the life, the customs and medieval
buildings of a civilization that was old before
ikft "States" were settled.
PORTO RICO CRUISE, $94.SO u"pd ,
m . umJ u Incjudtna AH Expenses
S B'atiCl& ?EjnlJ Utmea, built fcr Uoticil Krrlcf. Cuiwae, attommoditjooi and tquux
lUa ud Millar X" ai your noma fa tha aotua cmiia lioca New Ywk lo ana aiouaj Porto
sj. WuiiTo pnacipaifjom muioi every oaivuuaynoa ocw ) 041, uaociua runciKa
wl rath; Rica Ciuita." tha amy d & tnchanling voyata.
fe PORTO RICO LINE 'WW
" Ttckat omc. 70t Ibtatnul Street. l'bllJ4cJpbU
KITTY GORDON in
"A3 IN' A LOOKING OLABS"
AtriTir BD AND THOMPSON
ArULLU matincb dailt
Trancls X. nuahmnn nnd I'e.,y'.:D.'iy,iD i
MAN AND 1U8SOUI" SKl'nfvitfrr
"T1IU IKON CLAW." with I'BARt, WHITI.
BLUEBIRD "00 N01lT" un0AD 8T-
Marguerite Leslie in The Question
rr?i niaMVTT' eso above market
BELMONT mu vf3n 3:so. joe.
CLEO nmonLYoanudBWALLACB, EID In
c1Jdauae. cedar "sssas
VIOLET MERSEREAU in
'THE PATH OP HAri'INESS'
Logan Auditorium ""SS,,
JOSEPH KILfiOIJR in
'" riling on tho Wall"
V L. S. E.
LOCUST 62D AND LOCUST
JJKjai ilala lt30 an(J 3.30i 10J
DESSIB DAiUUSCALE in "Tho Golden Claw"
Market St. Theatre 333 MASRT,?ET
4imNXSyAIXJ1i7...',PWAFTM No 13.
-... .w. ,.,,.,. munf Aill TIIK WAH"
ORPHFIIM onnstANTowN and
wm 1JUU1H CHELTEN AVES.
GEORGE BEBAN in
"THE PAWN Or FATE"
ORIENT C2D WOODLAND AVE
' " MATINEE 1 130-;
FAIRMOUNT 20TU araye.
"THE EYE OF THE HORUS"
RH .rA'DA"aW,,lin,,ffiBRiassS if!
ina !?,. Timnn An HHAMir
llio " Jt,... -...
56th Street Theatre -x72i3on
uva,a nelow Spruce
Pauline Frederick in 'The Spider'
Mme Petrova in The Soul Market
-! riDF BOTH MARKET ' 2:18.7-0.
(jLUBL $13,000 K1MIIALL ORGAN
GEORGE BEBAN in
THE I'AWW ui f v t.
nin tnn AVENUE THEATRE
GIRAKU 7TH AND nlltAUD AVE.
PAULINE FREDERICK in
Z A Z A "
ft ,M iU- BROAD ST., ERIE A
Great INortnern oehmant-n aves. ,
triT-rv nnnnoN in
"A3 IN A LOOKINQ OLA8S"
IRIS THEATRE 31" ffi5l$
nn T k KTftT .VL
rp WOLF IIOl'I'ER In "Don Qui:
D.b V.a PRIDE AND BHAM'
JEFFERSON 20T" i?ea8uphin
MaTKuerite Snow in 'The Upstart'
LAFAYETTE SM kenb,tnocn ave.
'The Battle Cry of Peace'
1 C Ar170 FORTY-FIUST AND
JLCiALIC'K LANCASTER AVENUE
DUSTIN FARNUM in
THE CA1X IF TUB I DMUERLANDS"
llnviD c....r.nnn .
"Tin; SHRINE OAPPINESS"
Colored I'atho Gold Itooater Play
3.30 P. SI,
PALACE 12U MARKET STREET
xlH' 10 A M to 11:15 P. 11.
JOHN BARRYMORE in
, "NEARLY A KINO"
PARK nIDQE AVE. & DAUPHIN ST.
mv MATINEE 2;1S
MARY BOLAND in
"THE PRICE OF HAPPINESS"
"DEVOND THE LAW
B. "Tho airi'and'Sha''very Thur.day.
flRANH S2D nn(1 MARKET 8TS.
VJ"'rtlNi-' MAT DAILY. 2 P. M , Bo
"Secret Seven," 3 reel Vitagraph
'House of Mystery,' 3 reel Knick.
OVERBROOK 03D """ko'u
DOUHLE TRIANOLE HILL
Willard Mack in 'The Conqueror'
"A MOVIE STAR" COMEDY
GARDF.IM MJ LANSDOWNE AVE.
urtiu,n MAT 2 KVO Oi30
WILLIAM FARNUM in
EUREKA i0T" & jrAnKCT STS-
Wm. Fox THEDA BARA in
"THE GALLEY SLAVE"
IMPERIAL Theatre ZUe,s7ree
WM FOX Pp-nonlH
WILLIAM FARNUM in
BROADWAY 02D oreenway
niXJJUYYl AdultalOo, children Se
VIOLA ALLEN in
"THE WHITE SISTER"
Broad Street Casino n,,oPA,Dl0W
GVENINO t IK Avn li
MARY ANDERSON in
'RILL PETER'S KID"
RIALTO QERMANTOWN AVE.
ivxntj lJ AT TUU,EIJOCKEN ST.
HAZEL DAWN in
REGENT 163i MARKET STREET
BARBARA TENNANT in
"THE PRICE OF MALICE"
RUBY MARKET STREET
", " BELOW TTH STREET
The Battle Cry of.Peace'
SHERWOOD 8mi AND
. TT J J U SHERWOOD
Valeska Suratt in 'The Immigrant'
SAVOY 18U MARKET
w "" v' STREET
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