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(iHKVJ AND FLOUR
uw". ., iihmh Th mar-
.411, Y fair demand and mod
teaJy ,: car Iota in export
kB- Bfl ' oW. SSW WWc.l purified
N." sample. .,
. fV4 ",.,. TJS bbla. and t.M60 lbj.
STfiJ?..! licked were. 1 - "ffii
w un in. In Vtxlt Winter. c!r,
5S.nJ dlJ.' W. eitv mllle, choice and
Sffi liWtJS5la"X! city mills. regular
Vnt. . IS,'0"6. riiiAt ynr do., straight.
lwl... L. ...... imt steady.
tk- ru . '. .SSfteS. "'cfty ?
RK' wiled nrm. . -("."v-niv,.-. Ttrlrn beer.
raMM?i ritr beaf. knuckles nnd
U ,? findersT smotced. 370S8c. ,
w"?ro" pork, 'amiir. ,"""'
Minim". -.r.mihmo.i do.. un" """'":Uf
trial .",!! I do., boiled, bone lew.
2m trll'iA a p cured. loose. 12Hc:
"lo ho"1d. S. r. Sickle, according
lrte4iJ.H iiHc. breakfast bacon, as to
ittraa.ieoie. lone-i . 200 , fl0,, West
el ? VaafsVc i arS. Western, refined.
HwreA . S.. tibi. HWc.l do., pure
, UNCI uo.i uo.,
!,,", tendered, in tlercee,
ftli market wM.Jffl 'd.redT JJiTJic. i
t DAIRY PHUUUL.10
ImKI rnle!.Tryim?ry. fancy .specials.
nvamiu-ig;i- - tra flr,(,, so vane,:
&M7i,d. '"TSreTwrllSy printa;
fib J!SS of fancy print.. 30
Soaecelpt. were kept wfU cleaned fup
Km nwa.fci " Kirni 2uc7 per dos.: nearby
& ,?oV .WndardaaeT. nearby current
tolKT per case: 'Southern. J0.10
ftP&caie; fancy selected candled fresh
f..i- foil cream, fancy, now, jufi-o.,
'"wVood. lOWloVkc.l part aklma.
"" .... onuftniA roomers.,
BlJl?S?' .iSSt'er rV.2202BO.
sPnorqarn Fowls wore arriving more freely
SfdMllned He. with, demand only mod.
i. "''..i2"5.",:. W'WS &xl.
fiB le7182bc.i fowla. Icypackod. In
ill, ancT, "fJ.V'irr-.vi -." oiii- . A
sfefisas anf l.l.no.r'i.. 4 ift
ay " jj-,-
iLcera intif ' :" i n nn.
L-. tvf mailer sixes. jo-ui;.;
SSr tlfy-ntcked. 15c ! broilers, Jersfy
lAti hie wibilnfl' l
K8f SoVThlte. welgnlne" 7) lb. per dor.
0.. t IO. PT UU.t 4 tM'IU . tl
10 Iba. per doz..
93 40; do. do., T loa. per "oi;, '
. do . tOtto lb. per dor . M.7BQ3
ioOfi imatf and Ko. 2. B0c.U.lu.
t? Cbole itoek met with fair aale and prices
JSttUoni Applet P 'bb WlneMP. I8.B0 I:
Euwln. Mh 6m Davla. I2W3; other varl
Sta. n.845ft:No. J. H.2552i apples. West-
!: Hoei lemons, per box. !3'li pineapples.
I r crate rorto Rlcp. ll.OOSi strawberries.
EVEHING LEDGER J?HILAJDELPHIA, THIIKSDAY JUNE 15, 191G.
I Backberrles. North Carolina, per qt.. S12c.
fueltJt)eiTlea. North Caryiln. per qt.. 12 lie.
4bt,TTli. nlwsrA and Maryland, tier lb.
Jc. I do , do., Mr qt., affllOc.. peaches. Florida,
Mr carrier, 1302 30; do,, ueorcla, per crate,
BSi2S; cantaloupea, California, per orate, 12
rnla. per era
. 12. 5() 8.25
So.. Florida,, per crate
ilons, Florida, per car, $
R filrket 'T.-a cenerally steady under mod-
StHrlnas and u fair demand. Quotations:
Btatoei. per bush Pennsylvania. 11.80
;Kew York, 11.2501.30: Western, Jl.23
White Dotatoes. nr l,hl. Vo 1 Plnr-
kl. HtSOfia.75: Vn 1 Vlnrldn. iiffbA nn Vn
ISBtolk. ll.23O4.B0; No. 2 Norfolk, 12.3003:
(. 1 North Carolina and Smith rnpn1lnn .lfa
ii'? 3.Na"h Carolina and South Carolina,
r".'1:."."1 uumiues. jersey, per Dasaei
Ja1, lieflOc.: No. 2, 23080c. 8weet potn-
SaSt Jtritr. Delaware And MarttHnil np
fg-iNo. l. 75c.u. No. 2. noonoc.
lin? I1!" p.'.r'-'u5"ner crate No. 1. 11.80
WEMtern Shore, per bbl.-crnto, $1 SUOl.751
r" -iui. por 001., 4i.uuttPi.7o: celery
1 Er Wiii-Plf""! witorcresa. "e
R;.J'-&082.30j lettuce, Vlrelnla, pe:
i& v25';01.1.. beans' North ' Carolina,
1 vva. uiibihi II w ii iru t i n& nn.
Sil-.."11 Carolina, per Hibbl, baskei
ifiiir";..r',,&,i3-..cer i:?'- e?;" lic.-
I ira- .ffiW.F- Sw7ollrrw.2 " pef
ftl2ft'P,, l--?;:Wl Peaa. Norfolk and
W,H80O8 eeaplant. J-lorlda. per crate.
iiSi.'2i.Slu5."n'.ifouth Carolina, per crate
!i??iC0In, Florida, per crate. li;50S2.50!
S CaVolffi"1' P basket. 1.7.MS2.5U; do..
St!1' Per basket, 22.25: beets
B K'JJ1;- r 10 bunchesT 3tt4; do.
-fi,V0fti, .XW0- Florida" per "0
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?wt f Lemon Hilt The program
"". KSSRai4!.0 a o'clock.)
S-tbtta g!otatlon' L"eI'
R" 9m South" ' Var
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40 MIGLIA QUADRATE DI
Attacchl Respintl daglt Italian!
su Tutta la Pronto Adlgc-
Brenta o nell'Alto
IL GABINETTO BOSELLI
,. . , ROMA. IB Olugno.
Un telcgramrna da Olnevm dice die,
secondo Informftitonl glunte cola dn Inns
bruclc, kII austrlncl hanno nerduto del 7
Rlunsno da 35 a 40 rnlgllo, quatlrttto dl ter
rltorlo chb tssl nvovano conaulstato nclle
P.V.m. 8ettl,nana della loro oflenslva contro
I Italia. , Oil juifltrt.icl hanno Inoltre eva
citato Clitcro per tfma dl esnerc tagllatl
fuorl ddle Joro llneo dl rltlrata, 81 dice
che II generate austrlncv cho era atato nom
inato govemntore ttl Verona In nntlclpn
alone della conqulata dl quella provlnda, 0'
atato fatto prlglonlero Oat rusal In OalUla.
Oil austrlact rltornarono lunedl c lerl
oaltro nll'nttacco dello poshlonl Unllane
sulla fronto I'oslna-Astlco, tpeclalmcnto su
Fornl AIM, CamplRlla, Monte Glove e Monte
Brazonc, ma furono respintl con perdlte
gravlsslmo, nonostanto die 1 loro attacchl
fossero statl prccedutl da un vlolento fuoco
dl artlgllerla. Netla glornata dl lorl l'altro
git attacchl nu8trlacl el estesero a quasi
tutta la fronto dall'Adlge at Drcntn, ma
mentre non dtedcro loro nlcun aucccsso
costarono loro perdlto puro gravlsslme.
Anche plu' nortl, ncU'nlta vallo del Boltc,
git nustrlacl moseero ad un vlgoroso con
trattacco per rlconquletare lo poslzlonl per
duto da loro nel glornt scorsl a notd dl
Podestagno, ma furono respintl. Ecco II
tosto del rapporto del generale Cndorna
pubbllcato lerl sera dal MInlstero della
Sulla fronto del Poslna nella nera
del 12 glugno, dopo una vlolenta pre
parazlono dl artlgllerla. It ncinlco at
tacco" 11 monte Fornl Altl, Camplglla,
Monte Oiovo 0 Monto Hrazzone, ma fu
resplnto dappertutto con gravl perdlte,
lerl H'nemlco bombardo' con numeroso
batterle dt ognl callbro tutta la fronts
dall'Adlge nl Brenta, e con specials
Intcnnlta' II ecttore dl Novegno. Lo
nostre truppo rcslstettero fcrmamente
al vlolento bombardamento o resplnsera
repartl nemlcl cho tcntavano dl avnn
znre. Nell'alta valto del Bolto contrat
tacchl nemlcl lntes: a rlguadngnaro II
torreno perduto dagll austrlncl a nord
dl Podestagno falllrono complctcn.
Nell'alta vallo del Fella o nella vnllo
del Sccbach si ebbero plccoll combat
tlmentl dl fanterla.
Sulla fronto dcll'Isonzo non vl a
nulla dl lmportanto da rapportare.
D'stato annunclato urtlclnlmente cho nel
l'attacco oprato da un aeroplano austriaco
lunedl' scorso su Venezla e' stata ucclsa
una donna o Fono statl fori tl quattro
borghesl. I dannl sono statl llevl.
SI apprende che Ton. Paolo Boscllll 0'
rlusclto a formare 11 nuovo gablnetto, la
cut composlzlone non o' pero ancora stata
L'on. Bosclll, che e' decano della Camera
del Deputatl, sara presldente del Con
slgllo, ma senza portafoglto. SI dlco che
II barone Sonnlno ha deflnltlvamcnto de
cllnato l'lnvlto dl conservnro II portafoglio
degll Affarl Hsterl, e stando alio vocl che
corroho egll sarebbe sostltulto dall'on.
Vlttorlo Emmanuole Orlando, cho nel ga
blnetto Salandra era mlnlstro della Glus
tlzla. Altrl membrl del gablnetto Boselll sareb
bero, a quanto'sl dice In questl clrcoll, Ton.
Lconlda Blssolatl, leader del partlto so
clallsta rlformtsta; Ton. Lulgl Luzzattl, gla'
mlnlstrp e presldente del conslgllo, o pro
babllmonto Qugllelmo Marconi. SI dlco pure
cho 11 generale Palo Morrone c II vice am
mlraglto Carlo Corsl consorvcranno I rlspbt
tlvl portafogll della Ouerra o della Marina.
COmo si vede si tratterebba dl un gabl
netto dl coallzlone con la partcclpazlono dl
un soclallsta non ufflclale. Pero' moltl
dicono cho l'on. Sonnlno ayrebbe dovuto
essero trattenuto nel nuovo gablnetto, 0 ad
ognl modo al suo posto si sarebbe dovuto
mettere un uomo che dl affarl cstcri polltlca
e dl problem! Internaztonalt si lntendesse
plu' largamente dlp quel che non possa un
glurlsta lllustre certamente, ma non ver
sato nella polltlca estera coma Ton.
Moltl avrebbero deslderato che 11 senators
Tlttonl avesso assunto la dlrezlone delta
Thieves Get Goods Valued at $1500
Thieves broke In the tailor shop of WIN
Ham J. O'Brien at 1037 Walnut street and
stole J1500 worth of suits and clothing
yesterday morning with the aid of a wagon
backed up against the rear entrance of the
place. The theft, discovered by a watch
man, was reported to the police today
DEL GABDWTO BOSELLI
L'On. Sonnlno RMuta dl Riman-
ore nlla Consulta IOfferta
all'On. V. E. Orlando
Un telegrnmma da noma dice che Ton.
Paolo Boselll ' vlrtuatmente rlusclto a
comporro II nuovo gablnetto hel quale egll
BAi A' presldente del Conslgllo, ma non as
eumera' nlcun portafoglio. SI dice, glacche'
la list a del collaborator! dl Boselll non '
stata nncora nnnunclata nemmeno ufflclosa
menta, che l'on. Sonnlno ha deflnttlvnmente
dccltnato dl rlmanero nel nuovo gablnetto
e che probabllmente It portafoglio degll
Affarl Estcrl, che ora ha tin'lm&ortanza
qunsl vltate per la nazlone, e' stnto offerto
nH'on. Vlttorlo Emmanuele Orlando, mln
iRtro della Gtustlzla nel gablnetto Salandra.
SI dlco pure che a far parto del nuovo
mlnlstero entrcrnnno l'on. Leonlda Bls
solatl e l'on. Lulgl Luzzattl, mentre I due
tnlnlstrl mllltarl, generate Morrone ed nm
mlragllo Corsl, conservcrebbero I rlspetttvl
Tclegramml da Pctrogratl dicono cho la
capitate della Bucovina, Czornovltz, o'
rlrcondata dal russl o cho I'eserolto aUs
trlaco che la dlfcndeva sara' costretto a
rltlrarsl attrnverso" I Carpa2ll, I russl del
ccntro sono gluntl ad una clnaquantlna dl
mlglla da Leopoll e corro voce cho qucsta
cltta' s' stata evticunta dalle fqrze aus
trlachc. La notlzta pero' non o' confermata.
PHILADELPHIA BAND PLAYS
AT CONVENTION HALL TONIGHT
Splendid Musical Program Will Bo Pre
sented The Philadelphia Band, under the leader
ship of Silas D. Hummel, will play tonight
In the Convention Hall, Broad street and
Allegheny avenue. The program follows:
1. Overture, "William Tell" (request). . JtoMlnl
3. Suit ) llalict (Coppelia) l.en bellebea
1. ranfare et marche de ta Cloche.
2. Valse dea Heurea,
8. Muslqua dea Automates.
1. I.' lb men.
S. Intro, et Valso do ta poup,
il. Marcho lies Ouerrleres,
3. Third net from the onerft "Aids." Verdi
4. Original fantasia. "Olpsy Llfe"....L Thler
B. Ilemlnlscences nf Ireland .Godfrey
llelnic a compilation nf thn emotlonnt nnd
stlmulatlnic music of tho harda of Krln.
0. Caprlco "The Awakening of the Lion,"
7. Concert waltzes, "On the Beautiful nhlnel"
-, . Keller, llola
8. Popular march. "Sweet Cider Tlmn When
lou Were Mlno" Wenrlch
Aged Man, III, Ends Life With Gns
Illness wns blamed today as tho cause of
the sulcldo of Thomas Slbberlng, 70 years
old, a sewlntc machine salesman, who in
haled gns last night at tho Germanla Hotel,
312 Ilaco street. Slbberlng locked tho door
of tho room he had engaged and turned on
tho gas. His body was found by John
Coogan, the proprietor.
NEW FKATUni. TILMS.
STANLEY" All week, "Silks and Satins." with
Marguerite Clark. A Famous Plajers-rnra-mount
five-part feature mounting how a
modern joung lady escapes from an undelr
ablo marrlago through h ruse of the good old
AnCAWA All week. "Reggie Mixta In." with
Douglas Fairbanks. A Fine Arta-Trlangle
film featuring the popular -"Doug" as nn
nihletlc vnung- society man who trlea a bit
of alum life.
PALACE All week. "La Itoheme." with Alice
nrndy. A Drnrty-World production featuring
the manager's accomplished oung daughter
na Mlmt. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
In nddltlon, "The Flrman." with Charlie
Chaplin, a new Mutual, nnd Millie IJurke'a
aerial. "Glorla'n Romance."
VICTORIA Thursday. "A Child of the Paris
Streets " with May SInrsh and Robert liar.
ron. Friday nnd Saturday. "Dorlnn'a Di
vorce." ultn Lionel llarrymoro and Grace
FORREST "Tho Dumb Olrl of I'ortlcl," with
Anna Pavlawa. the famous dancer, with her
company of Russians, augmented hy photo
players of the Unhersal Film Manufactur
RBI.MONT Thursday, "Rags." with Slary
I'lckford. Friday and Saturday, "The Red
Widow,"! with Jack Darrymore.
LOCUST Thursday. "Ills Drother's Wire."
with Ethel ClBJton and Cnrlyla Illackncll:
Friday, "Tho Scarlet Woman." with Olgn
I'etrova, and Sn'rday, "The Accuslnr Voice,"
with Harry T. Morey nnd Bella llruce.
KEITH'S Dello Story: Jack Wilson, assisted
by Frank Hum and Lillian Doardman. In
"An Impromptu nevuo": sixteen Navassar
Olrls: Haronne, Whipple and Walter Huston,
In "Spooks": Nelson Waring: "What Hap
pened to Ruth"; Max Ford and Hetty Urmat
Sam Barton, nnd Sellg-Trlbune I'lctures.
OLOI1E Davo Sablo-ky's "A Night In India."
with Hobby Vail and Marie Mann: Frank
Bush: Conrad and Daniels: the Colonial Mont
roso Troupe, and R. I'ntton and company In
"Apple Blossom Time"t the Skatells, Lam
bert and Fredericks; Putnam and Lewis; Baby
lllvla. Juvenile, and ICanawanza
GRAND "All Philadelphia Week." Emily Smi
ley nnd Oeorge Barbler. In "Man's Law":
Josla Flynn and her Minstrel Lassies: Klrby
and Rome: Boh Warren: the Three O'Neill
Slaters; .Mr. MacAlenvey, and the rathe News.
CnOSR KEYS "Satan's Cabaret"; Morgan.
Dixon and Schrader, In "Bllnky Wlnky China
ton n": Heen. Buhl and company. "The Yel
low Peril": Don Flattl, and McQarton and
LESSON 11 The Difficulties of Comedy Writing
Thn Frenlnr Ltdier'e Dally Bcenarlo Lessons began June 3. They will bt
, FeonSlt foi rSfenarla lo .be pVodured In l'blladelphla with n l'hlladelphlo
be followed by a
cast. Cnt out
'"''i" '.""'Ir, .... i-.-.j ,. r,,tnr. r.r.r,n in ths urltlnr of your scenario.
The Llenlnt Ledger will be glad to answer In Its columns any questions dealing directly
with polnta In tho lessons and of general Interest to readers.
By HARRY O. HOYT
Head of the Metro Scenario Staff
BEGINNERS and tha average novice
writers attempt comedies under the
misapprehension that they ara easiest to
write. Quite the contrary is truo. To con
celve and develop a one-reel comedy
Dronerly. the writer should have consider
ob?e motion Picture experience, Aa a rule
the novce Is able to conceive dramatlo
situations even when unable to put them
?n photoPlaform. But $
drama they are unablo to write comedy
situations even In fynopsls rro. . ,, ,
a pVrXaniVor MlJSIJ
g.nrUv.sial.zes. situation.. On the o he.
TmSgin ."com Seines' and not situations.
cSSftJlSS cin be used as subtitles or
leadersut unles3 there are comedy sltua-
tl0TnaUleheanytUstag:" arac" and attempt to
ffnr the screen. Most of the humor
Ml ?ne 12& belw that dialogue has
probably carried over a slight utton.
The story of tha average stage farca can
be told in very few words and very often
Dress notices of the story do not sound
oHurlnS The dialogue has made the play.
You may write brilliant dlaloeue, but you
cannot Photograph It. Comedies ar very
dtmcult to write and require a special train
fng and a certain, natural aptitude on the
PaEdUort8hrarltconetantly setting comedy
scripts which have clever subtitles, but
wh ?h a totally lacking in situations.
When these are rejected the author cannot
underetana why his story was turned down.
H. Mlntl to "ertBln lines or subtitle apd
reads them to you. He has skilfully used
theouWe entendre," but to convey th s
same meaning In -subtitles on the screen is
vlw Sfflcult Many comedies which are
extreme " ever on the speaking stage get
over beciu the spoken word, by a sesture
or the inflection o the voice, can convey a
WKf.lnlU There ar.
,,.?. hJ Twords. Yt it is possible to con-
tJt or even more, deferent
8mtn J th end and get two different
"Sltirif possibly by underlining certain
meanings, !" ,other mtanlnT,
-omrda W ca a." "" 7."" ..-,,... ..
' . .b0& fT ,,,fl kuul3jil;s v
ff.pSaSrT but thl, requires
and the succeeding action Is shown, iney
refuse to bother further with the nicety
of your Idea and concern themselves en
tirely with tho picture action shown.
It la virtually Impossible to sell a
dramatic Miudavllle sketch unless you are
writing for some star or haa some otner
means of an assured sale, whereas there
Is a constant market for comedy. The
same holds true In one respect In the pho
toplay field, with the difference that while
there is always a market for good dramatlo
subject, the comedy subjects are alwaya
In greatest demand, and there are very
few comedy writers.
(FRIDAY LESSON II CONCLUDED).
roo w r -,. . ,1.. dlenc can
A rmi' bUr thl. requires
gaSht "S nnot hear a. on
U whenS9you hear a tine, aB ";
KlihTsubUUe ta. Mt th, ,
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
X. X. X. Give all the detail in each
scene that la necessary fully to convey your
ideas. Do not. for the sake of brevity,
make your scenes short. The director likes
business anything odd or forceful Is wel
comed, and you can give alf such details.
CHAS. Any of the trade Journals give
you the addresses you want. You should
take one of the big trade papers and keep
In touch with the releases. Bead all the
synopses, and come to know the require
ments, of the various companies.
MKP.TON. You should give the Instruc
tions necessary for the director. If you
desire a "fade'' or a "dissolve," It is up to
you to put them in the script.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
Young Men and Bays
6 II tl!S JUNIOR SCHOOL A country day and
boarding school for boys. 8 to 1(1. ThoreulO
sUmsntary work advanced methods.
MARK H. C. SPIERS. HBAOMASTEH.
Box 258. D,von. Fa.
flKOIItiB SCHOOL. IIUCKH CO.. PA.
Co-educatlonal with Separate; Dormitory
luilduiES. College Preparatory. Hn-ui
Buildings. College Preparattrr.
couraea for bpia Manual Tralnln
Creek. AthUtlo nelds. Qymnailum. swlmmlni
pool Frlonda' management. Addrus a. A.
VVALTON. A. M., Prlnclsai, S Sgj, Bucks
I '"" t, !-"""
ULAlKSTOWy. K. J.
Oaoaral datiS S,F'?",1o tor college
$sjr 4iaiiejSsBsaki. V
B test -QHsMa
To bo seen nt tho Forrest next
week in "The Ne'er Do Well," a
film version of Rex Beach's novel.
ANGLIN AND GARDEN
"SUCCUMB TO LURE"
In Other Words, They May Ap
pear Upon the Movie
By the Photoplay Editor
This week the Amalgamated Photoplay
Editors of tho United States dug out nnd
polished up that well-known phrase, "suc
cumb to tho lure of the screen," nnd nlflxcd
thereto the names of Mnrgaret Anglln and
Miss Anglln Isn't "signed" yet. Hut she
has given nn option on her services for
half a dozen five-part films to one Shes.
green, who hns been till lately her business
manager, but who has now hitched up with
Thomas Inco'n corner of the Trlnnglc.
Once upon a time Lubln's press agent
said the Philadelphia firm had Mnry Garden
under contract for "Thais." But now we
rend In a New York paper:
"Mary Garden has at last heen Induced
to enter tho motion plcturo field, nnd before
sailing for Franco on hoard tho steamship
New York sho spqko freely and enthusias
tically of her plans for the future.
" 'From tho very moment of my nrrlval
In this country I havo been besclgcd by
motion picture directors, and I'm mire there
Isn't a director In this country that I
haven't Interviewed. Of course, oftentimes
their terms wero tempting, but until a day
or two ago not ono did I meet who came
up to my artist standards, and I was be
ginning to fool thnt for the proscnt, nny
way, I should have to abandon all thoughts
of going on tho screen.
" 'But a fow days ago my manager, II. E.
Johnston, took me to the William Fox
olllces to see Herbert Brcnon's new picture,
'Tho Daughter of tho nods,' and that de
cided me. I sat entranced by Its beauty
and poetry, nnd I knew that the man who
had written nnd produced such an ex
qulslto plcturo was an artist and that he
was the ono man I wanted to. direct me in
my picture. 'Thais' wjl! be the first picture,
which. I hope, will begin soon after Feb
Imagine dropping Into the middle of a
flvc-act drama If you could find one with
five acts on the modern stage! It Is one
of the Joys of the screen that, no matter
how the management's time-schedule goes
wrong, It can't stop from having a good
Yesterday the reviewer dropped Into tho
Victoria at 4:31 to catch the start of the
new Triangle film, "A Child of tho Paris
Streets." And after ho had got a great
deal of Innocent amusement trying to flguro
out the first fow minutes of plot that he
had missed, he discovered that he had
really arrived Just nbout In time for the
So he can't outline much of tho plot or
tell you very certainly whether it's a good
film or not. But he can announce that
he had a good time with what he saw and
that ho learned, no matter what the plot,
Just how entertaining the screen can be
as a sublimated photograph album. It
presents the superficial and tho deeper
portraiture of life with a charm and a
fidelity that the cold photographic "flitting"
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"SUMMER SHOWS" RIGHT AT HOME
' WITHOUT HASTY TRIP TO BROADWAY
Phonographs Quick to Record Latest "Hits" From Plays
Enjoying Successful Runs Kitty Cheatham "Vic-
torized" Some New Columbia and Edison Offerings
By the Phonograph Editor
owners of tho vnrlous music and voice
reproduction devices need not make a
special trip to Broadwny to keep In touch
with "tho summer Bhows."
Tho principal companies are ever on the
alert to select the most attractive "hits"
from the scores and to offer a vntlcty both
of the words and music of the pieces thnt
aro thronging the playhouses for "runs"
prior to touring out upon tho "rond."
Of course It l.i not possible to have at will
the scenic environments nnd the elaborate
costumes and the merry-merry will not
flurtyrume In to do nn cnsemblo specialty,
but on the other hand there Is no necessity
of paying premiums on tickets to tho spec
ulators nnd the muilc can be enjoyed
time and again ns long- ns Its charm re
mains fresh nnd nppcnllng. Furthermore;
innny of the numbers are carefully ar
ranged for dancing to tho modern stop
pings, nnd so It Is possible for tho possessor
nnd hlo or her friends to bo their own
Soma of the recent recordings aro this
week considered. Some of them aro of
pieces thnt are running right Into the
"warm spell" after a senson's success In
New York, nnd others nro Just opening their
From Jerome Kern's "Very Good kddle,
tho Victor Military Band offers a medley
one-step, Including tho following lyrics:
"If I Find tho Girl," "Isn't It Great to Be
Married," "I'd Like to Havo n Million In
tho Bank" and "On the Shore nt Le Lot
Other Victor offerings nro "Around the
Map," medley fox-trot by Herman Flnck,
Introducing "Hero Comes Tootsl," "When
tho night Girl Comes Along," "Somo Sort
of Somebody," fox-trot from "Very Good
Eddie," by Jerome. Korn, Introducing "Old
Boy Neutral," "Babes In the Wood," "Some
Sort of Somebody" nnd the rrlnccss Pat
Wnltzcs (Victor Herbert), by the Victor
Dance Orchcitrn, Introducing "I.ove Is Best
of All," "Allies," "Two Laughing Irish
Eyes," "Neapolitan Love Song" nnd "All
From "Sybil," Joseph Cawthorn sings
for the Victor "I Can Dance With Every
body But My Wife" and "It's a Small
World." Mr. Cawthorn, in spite of tho fnct
that ho has a long list of brilliant successes
behind him, hns probably made the hit of
his life In "Sybil," thnt melodious and high
ly entertaining comedy In which ho Is
Jointly starring with Julia Sanderson and
Donald Brian. And the bright particular
spot In tho production Is Cawthorn's song,
"I Can Danco With Everybody But My
"They Didn't Believe Me," from "The
Olrl from I'tali." Is such an excellent fox
trot that you can bo glad they wouldn't
bcllevo her, so tho lady had cxcubo for this
public plaint. Prince's Orchestra, noting
for tho Columbia Compnny, has played it
to the best possible advantngo and thou
sands of peopto will enjoy It.
"Some Sort of Somebody," by Kcm, one
of tho stellar hits of tho unusually successful
"Very Good Eddie," Is tho type of song
that will appeal to overy sort of some
body. A tenor duet, It Is sung with effect
by a striking combination Oraco Nash and
It's nobody's business whero Robinson
Crusoe wont with Friday on Saturday
night, but Al Jolson, ns nn up-to-date,
sophisticated and Insinuating Friday, has
boon tantnllzlng Winter Garden audiences
for an entlro Benson with a suggestion of
"Whero Did Ilohlnson Crusoe Go With
Friday on Saturday Night?" Is a new Co
lumbia record, nnd it's sung by Al Jolson,
It's ono safe bet that wherever Boblnson
Crusoe went on Saturday night ho had tho
time of his life If Friday was one-half tha
fun creator that Al Jolson suggests ho
From "Stop, Look nnd Listen" Walter
van Brunt nnd chorus sing "I Love a
Piano" and Helen Clark nnd chorus sing
"That Hula-Hula" for Edison.
Tho first Is n typical Irving Berlin rag
time song, one of the song hits of the mu
sical show, "Stop ! Look ! Listen." After
tho first refrain a plnno solo Is heard ; then
tho vocal chorus completes the melody The
wholo pleco Is written In that catchy, syn
copated rhythm for which the composer Is
Tho second Is a weird sort of melody.
It la n ragtime version of the real Hawaiian
Huln music. Irving Berlin has written sev
eral of this kind of pieces, nnd nil of them
havo made a hit, Helen Clark, one of the
most popular of Edison nrllsls, Is henrd
to exceptional ndvantago In thin rendition.
Two other exccll6nt Edison numbers from
mimical comedy successes hre taken from
"Katlnltn," by Iludolph Frlml, which has
made ono of the biggest musical comedy
hits of tha present New York theatrical
season. "Itachey Cool" Is a pigeon sontf,
something Ilka tho famous "Hltchy Coo" of
n few seasons back. In tho second refrain,
where Joseph A. Phillip slugs with Miss
Helen Clark, the "hnrmony effects" nre es
When two alngers become ns popular with
the public ns aro Elizabeth Spencer nnd
Walter Van Brunt, to get them both In one
Bong Is a double plcnsure. "I Want All the
World to Know," a duet they give from
"Kntlnkn," Is ono of the best musical com
edy ballads of tho kind that hns appeared
In several years, Tho verse Is written In
the form of n dainty hesitation waltz. The
refrnln has a good climax, which Is ad
mirably worked up.
KITTY CHEATHAM "VICTOIUZBD."
Kitty Cheatham, who has Just been "Vic
torlzcd," has been well called the Easter
nnd Christmas gift to the children. Her
matinees at Yulctlde and the Paschal season
nre thronged with children nnd with chil
dren of larger growth, for tho matter of
thnt. Tho processional Into the theatre
resembles for nil tho world what It Is,
groups of expectant children being towed
Into tho playhouse by 'parents or gunr
dlans. But the Itecesilonnl at the end of a
happy afternoon witnesses n strango tribute
to Miss Chenthnm's nrt, for the exits pour
out a strenm ALL of children, dollghted but,
Oliver Twist llko, yearning for more,
Miss Cheatham hns chosen to Introduce
herself to the Victor audience by means of
hor unlquo presentation of old nursery
rhymes, Sho Is probably the greatest au
thority In tho world on the literature of
childhood In song nnd story, nnd though
"Mother Goose" has lived with us for more
than two centuries, wo feel that wo havo
only Just made her ncqualntnnco when she
Is Introduced to im by this nrtlst, who has
sung theso delightful rhymes to children.
Irrespective of ago. In almost every country
of tho world.
Tho Cheatham records thus far nro as
follows: 1 Nursery Hhymcu "Llttlo
Boy Blue" (II Coollrtgo), "Llttlo Miss Muf
fet," "Georgia Porgle," "PuBsy Cat" (E.
nickett), "Little Bo-Peep" (from "20 Nur
sery llhymes," by Edmond Ulckrtt).
2 .Nursery nhymes "Ban, Baa, Black
Sheep" (E. Illckett), "Baby Bunt
ing," "Pnt-a-cake." "Hickory. Dlckory,
Dock," "Mnry, Mary" (from "30 Nursery
IlhymoB," by Edmond Illckett). nnd 3
"Swing Low, Sweet Chat lot (Primitive
negro chnnt), "I Don't Feel No-ways
Tired," "I Am Seeking for a City," from
"Cabin and Plantation Songs." "Walk In
Jerusalem Just Like John." "Sinner, rieaso
Don't Let This Harvest Pass" (Old Negro
COLUMBIA'S OIIATOIHO NUMBER.
For the Columbia Is sung "She Is Far
From tho Land," Thomas Moore's exquisite
Fine New Upright
An Instrument of ,
tr u n r o n teed.
and year s
!"N0T1IIN0 HUT EDISON8'
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bnrlfdrje. wh has electrified Xetf Yoflt an
dlencea this season t and stine; with nv ieh
derm's nnd appeal that could IinrHljr be
aurpfissed. Jle bring! out every shad 6t
meaning; gently, with ft depth of feeling.
A truly big record, musically, 1 "Fllfig
Wide tha dates," from Stalner's "Crucifix
ion," which has Just been Issued by the
Columbia Tha great command, "Fllns;
Wide the Gales,' which la first declaimed
by the entire chorus, then by the bass, nnd
rising through all the voices to the hlgheit
soprano. Is ono of th moat wonderfully In
spirational passage In nil modern music.
It makes glory of tragedy, Joy of sorrow,
triumph of death.
EDISON onCHnSTBA NUMBERS.
For the Edison "Back Home to Tennes
see" Is played by .Armnnd Vecsey and his
Iluhgarian orchestra, ,
Armnnd Vecsey has made his rtahm fa
miliar both In Europo nnd In tha United
States ns" an orchestra leader and soloist
When this piece waa first brought out it
literally took the country by storm. It Is one
of the moat catchy tunes of. tha kind ever
written, with p. ttftBhlng rhythm that makes
you want to bent time to It at once. It was
originally a nong, but is given here In nn
Instrumental version that makes tha tuna
seem even more cAtchy.
Every ono known ttio "Zlegfeld Follies,"
tho annual summer musical show that Is
one of tho features of Broadway. "Hello,
Frisco," was on.o of the most popular num
bers of tho "Follies' of last summer. On
thl record Armand Versey nnd his Hun
garian Orchestra give tho selection In an In
strumental, arrangement that will be found
Crushed In Window by Runaway Auto
NEW YOtlK. Juno 18. Max Smollnsky
le.ft his automobile In front of his hard
ware store Some boys started to play
around tho machine, and one touched tho
lovers. As tho mfichltio started away
Smollnsky ran In front and tried to atop
it. An tho englno picked up speed ho
hung on. The car headed straight for
Tuft's drugstore. 1S59 St. Nicholas ave
nue. The building stopped the machine,
but Smollnsky wns hurled through tho
platc-glaps window. Ho wns taken to tho
Washington Heights Hospltnl In n critical
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I Two Very Attractive
Victor Records From
the June List
Come in and hear these tvVo de
lightful numbers and the many
others that make the June selec
tion one of extraordinary 'merit.
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My Dreamy China. Lady
There's a tluaker Doern
In Quaker Town
Wo wilt 'be
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17 South Ninth St.
Prominent Photoplay Presentations
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All Pictures reviewed before ehmHlo.Ak for Jhpti:,stre In your locality
obtaining pictures through the HTAM.H IIOOlUNO COMPANY.
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AlHAmRRA -Mat. Dallyat 2;Evgs,70.
nLUMlllDlir , nmnunt I'letllres.
GERALDINC KARHAH In "MAnlA ItOSA"
"HECrtET OF THE HU13MA1UNE" 31 Lpl.
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in
nEOOlE MIXES IN"
Homo of Harrlco
1031-33 Chestnut Street
VICTROLAS V RECORDS
OVERBROOK MD ANDF,ottVDEAVE.
'WHAT LOVE CAN DO"
"PEG O THE.RING"
"Little Msena'a Romance"
HARRY McCOy, "His Last Laugh"
EUREKA i0W 4 UARKET BT8
"THE CHILDREN IN THE HOUSE"
Keystona Comedy, Tba Lion and th Qlr!"
f APrVPM BSD LAN8DOWNE AVE.
JIAL1MN MAT. Z EVO, ;80.
"Reaping the Whirlwind"
Broad Street Casino BB0AB!IMW
BVENINO TtlS and S
"HER MOTHERS SACRIFICE" Conwdia
KEYSTONE UTK iH,c1iiDAVENuE
"IRON CLAW" PICTURES
APOLLO S2U AN "fffflS DAILY
MOLL1E KING S5S5AKa
"WHO'S ClUILTY" Uth Chapter.
DPI TflMT' BSD AHOVE MARKET
KfciLlVlLriN 1 Mats. i inn & a :3n, io0
Ilvgs.. (1:30, 8, UiUO. lBo
MARV PICKFORD In nAOB"
"The Strange Case of alary Page" Last Epl,
enrn and f"FDAR uSm(?S
CEDAR AVn UIliLrtI. THEATRE
MABEL TALIAFERRO in
FAIRMOUNT 2flT" A!a?ArD ave.
Victor Moore and Anita Kinrj in
FRANKFORD " f,,ankaveSue
F. X. UU8HMAN and BEVERLY HAYNB In
"Man and His Soul"
56TH ST. Theatre "AS3Si5
w Hel. spruce. Evgs. 7to 11,
MAE MARSH TJt&VAnis streets'
GERMANTOWN 0WK ?&;.
Olga Petrova " 'E 8CABLUW.
GILLIE HURKE in '"Olorla'a Romance," 1st Epl,
oi nun torn t. market 2:iis.t-
VJLAJBEj t 5.000 KIMUALL OROAN
MARY PICKFORD in
'THE ETERNAL QRIND"
rID ADn AVENUE THEATRE
ljltvIL 1TH AND niHARD AVENUE
OLGA PETROVA in
"PLAYINQ WITH FIRE"
p, "M-tlt BHOAD, ST. ERIE A
Lreat riortnern cikhsiav-qwn aves.
BLANCHE SWEET in
IRIS THEATRE 31itt ftSSSS"0
LENORE ULRICH in
THE HEART Of PAULA"
JEFFERSON !OT" A&EFmu
CHAS. CHAPLIN in '
Katharine Kaelred "idols.
IFAnFR FORTY-FIRST AND
LTflUEiK LANCASTER AVENUE
WIL NIOH amd MARGUERITE SNOW to.
"HIS TQREAT TRIUMPH"
ULURIATS ROMANCE" - Eplaode L
LFRFRTV BROAD AND
I p LK1 I COLUMBIA
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in
"TUB OOOD-UAD MAN"
LOGAN THEATRE mo Sroad
Harold Lochwood & Mae Allison
in "THE COME-BACK"
inn TQT BSD AND LOCUST
LUCUO 1 Mata. 1:30 and .1:30,
and Carlyle lllackwtll in
His Brother's Wife.'
Market St. Theatre 833 SSIct
Harold Lockwood ,n .rack-
Sea "PEO O' THE RINO" every Wednesday.
H B Wnrnor ln "T,IE market
Vjl vAX..,!1!6" 0F VAIN DESIRE-
FAY TINCHER In 'The Tnu o'clock Train."
PAT ACT ,s, MARKET STREET
.CViCr 10 A. M. to U 115 P. M.
ALICE BRADY in "La Boheme"
FORD STERLINa In "SNOW CURE"
PA RFC nirxiB ave. a dauphin bt.
nii MAT 3jlB EVE V(li w u
WM. COLLIER ln T1,EQSg
ROBERT WARWICK in
RI AT TO oehmaktowk ave.
JVI!-, lKJ AT TULPEHOCKEN ST.
FLORENCE LAWRENCE in
REGFNT JM1 MARKET STREET
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in
"THE YELLOW PA8SPORT"
R I I R Y "ARKET STREET
IV U t I PELOW TTIt STREET
9k"klk Wdl-la "OUDAnFKNES8"
vyup WMAi-un in "ItlXi jrin&MAr?
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Sessue Hayakawa typhoon
MILLIE BURKE. "Olerfj.. luiainU"
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