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EVENING LEDGBlPHirfAiiELBHIA, SATtJB0AY,wSEPTElIBER 9, 19lff
ORE URBAN SCENERY IN SIGHT A NEW DRAMA OF CRIME THE FILMS OF NEXT WEEK
MORE OR LESS AT HOME WITH OUR AMUSERS
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"HAH DB DO?"
Jf If Wasn't Miss Boland's left
hand dolnc the society stuff we
- might say this wasa bit of. a 5
o'clock tea at the' home of the star
' of "Sport of Lnw." As it is, we'd
better explain tnai aiiss uoiana is
' iiartinir sadly but firmly from the
corner of her piano to go on tour
ttrith the new play that comes to
the Garrick Monday.
Music lovers In general, and particularly
aM who frequent the Victoria Theater,
H1 welcome the announcement that the
i SMmuer Brothers Symphony Orchestra has
' feea re-engaged for the coming season and
twtil be. on nana, at tne, victoria Monuay,
'hmlthlng the Incidental music for the
'"pitndid pictures screened. This organlza
fttei, Itwll be recalled with delight, played
itvthli theater last season and scored a
success becauso of Its artistic Inter-
ttrttatlon of classical music and Its de-
'ifiliul rendition of the more popular up
te-the-mlnute. melodies. It returns with a
)w. library, which comprises all the latest
; tenpoitUons, many of which have never
keen played In public before and will there
. fere come s novelties, and Director Des
' user promises patrons rich harmonic
treats overy week.
The coming week at the Alhambra, In
conjunction with vaudeville, will be "Pub-
jH 'Is ' BEJIT LESLE
aBfi-tx, At tlle Glol)e next week.
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K J5town af fie Best!
IibH : A-
WE KNOW YOU NOW
Yes, Al Jolson, this is your sure
'nuff face, sans cork, just' ns the
camera man caught it on Drond
street one day last week when you
wcro hanirinc round tho scene of
your Jovial crime, tho Lyric
"BYE-BYE, BEAUTY 1"
Dustin Farnum says farewell to the pride of his
Bucksport,'Mc., farm before leaving for the coast
to film "The Parson of Parmamint," a Pallas
Paramount production coming to the Stanley
PERIENCE Part of the course
of training in
dulged in by Man
ager William El
liott before he as
sisted Messrs. Corn
stock and Gcst in
the production of
the modern moral
ity play at the
Adelphi. Mr. E1-.
liott played the
part of Youth in
tho original pro
duction of "Exper
ience," to which
ning nows gives
in the Case." In this picture she gives
another proof of her power, playing a dell
cate, emotional part with telling effect.
surrounded by players whose work may bo
favorably i compared to that of herself.
"The Smugglors" the title suggests' a
strong melodrama, with an abundance of
robberies, escapades, apprehensions and
other thrilling adventures, but the Cedar on
Friday will show an entirely new version
of the "smuggler play." It la d farce com
edy. starring Donald Brian. Sidney Olcott
supervised the production of this comedy.
This play will also appear al the Prank
ford on the same day. Not many spoken
dramas have played In the same city simul
taneously. When announcement was made that
"Itulda from Holland" was Mary Plckford's
last play It meant that It was her final
production on the Paramount program. This
character study will appear for the first
three days next week at the Fifty-sixth
Dorothy Oreen wan a favorlta'upon the
speaking stage beforo her career of films,
Sho will be seen In 'The Devil nt Ills
Klbow" at the Tioga on Wednesday.
Tho part In which Ned Flnley Is cast In
the Illue nibbon feature, 'Tho Kid." to ba
shown at the Falrmount on Wednesday,
vibrates with dramatic strength, and Jlr.
Flnley, who has been called "tho meanest
man In the movies," Is Ideally suited to
the character In every way.
"The Pretenders," a Metro wonder play,
with charming Emmy Wehlen In tho stellar
role, Is the feature attraction at tho
Leader on Thursday, This story was writ
ten for Miss Wehlen by Channlng Pollock
and nennold Wolf, two of America's fore
most playwrights, and It Is easily the best
vehicle ever provided for her, cither on tho
stage or, tn tho silent drama.
Former patrons of the Savoy should
again vtslt this newly-decorated play
houses and unto the classy appearance.
MR. MOVIE, CONTRAC
TOR AND BUILDER
Out on the desorl Pallas Pictures built
an entlro town for their new Paramount
photoplay, which comes to the Stanley The
ater tho first .half of next week. That the
screen production of 'Tho Parson of Pana
mint" might be the) last word In photoplay
realism, this treat expenditure was tfn4t
taken. The original mining town whsVs
tocated and carefully laid out The main
street was exactly reproduced m It m
forty years ago, with the celebrated church
located at the end of tha first Intersecting
street. The church Is burned In the photo
play. Not only were the different structures
typical, but the characters and types wera
selected with great cars to preserve exaet
fidelity In overy detail.
presented In htm at the Princess,
Sherlock Holmes" will be
liam Gillette In his .familiar role.
Contrary to most opinions, Theda Para
Is a delightful person off (Mm. She appears
at the Jefferson on Tuesday. A. n. P.
He Opinion." photoplay, with Blanche Sweet
In 4he stellar role, which will be shpwn
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It was
written by Margaret Turnbull. Such distin
guished artists as Earle Fox,e, Edythe Chap
man, Elliott Dexter, Tom Formap and Itay
mond Hatton aro In the support.
Qermantown's favorite playhouse, the
IMalto, offers June Caprice, co-starred with
Harry S. Hllllard, In "Caprice of the Moun
tains," on Tuesday. The press agent has
th'.o to say about Hllllard: "He bears the
tltlo as the handsomest man In the
movies and aside frpm his masculine beauty
he Is a young actor of much dramatic tal
ent." Tho Belmont's bill Is ono of attractive
ness, not only from a plcturo standpoint, but
for those Interested In good music. The
new organ Is maKlng a1 big hit and William
C, Lovett, the organist,' Is providing mu
sical selections such as will meet tho desires
Of nil. pntr.ons. 1'opu.lar as well as classical
numbers are rendered in such a manner
that - bqtli critic and layman are extreme
In their praise. The prospects aro bright
for a big season.
Emmy Wehlen, considered one of the most
beautiful and gifted actresses on the stage
or screen. Is the star of tho Metro feature,
"The Pretenders." which will be presented
at tho Locust on Monday and Tuesday of
next week. The story was written espe
cially for her by Channlng Pollock and
Bennold Wolf and directed by George D.
According to. Mrs. Rumor, Manager
'Charles Segal!, of the Apollo, will have an
other theatre under his ownership In the
near future. At present he Is busy making
speeches nt meetings.
At tho Ruby on Wednesday will be Pau
line Frederick in a plcturlzatlon of Clyde
Fitch's play of the same, title, "The Woman
lOe S0 CONTINUOUS 0 A. 31. TO 1I.-1S r. M 10c. 20o
MONDAY RETURN OF THE POPULAR
DESSAUER BROTHERS ORCHESTRA
NEXT WEEK'S PRODUCTIONS
Monday. Tnenday, YrAnfdar
TRlANtlLK riEnS EN TS
LOUISFJ OLAUM and CnAIU.KS KAY In
Thnrs., FrUsr A Satnrdti
IN FIBST RII0W1NO OV
The Light of Happiness
Added Attraction KEVSTONK COtfKIW
WILLIE COLLIER la "MSVKH AOAIN"
Added Attraction KEYSTONE CO.MKDY
FORD STERLING In "A LA CABARET"
Prominent Photoplay Presentations
fljomiU Soofow Gmpomu
IllllUnnil 12th, Morris & p"jrun,k.A,,f,o
ALHAMdKA Mat. dtlr at Si Evx., 0: 9,
lUiUniiluii" r.ariltnount Pictures.
FRANK KEENAN in
BSD AND THOMPSON
FRANK KEENAN in
"HONOR THY NAME"
leFe the Evening
Can Be Seen
tcr, )l(b and Market fit
10th anil flsltth Bt.
avenfb and ChrUflaa BU.
tcr. Broad and Tertar BU. .
tea Tbcattr. Heath Bt. '
iBji V treat Vala, . .
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1:30 A S:80. 10c
Efl 030. 8, 0:80, ISO
Dustin Farnum ln p crockett
i-.T-ri A r eOTH AND CEDAR AVE.
CEDAR JUJMMOCWT THEATER
ANITA STEWART in
FAIRMOUNT MTg,,fJ5?o .avenue
CARTER DeHAVEN in
"FROM BRCAPWAT TO THRONE"
FRANKFORD 4m nuw$?08
MYRTLE STEDMAN in
Mttk.' ' """
awaai. - THURSDAY
.. , 8ATUEDAT
HEM;jWi mwt . Ill
' Jd,fLi 'i&!aAaVr?klSai ., .
r-oTU CT THEATER. MAT. DAILT.
OOlrt Ol. U Hpruc. Evil, T to 11.
Marie Doro in "Common Ground"
OTII ER SPECIAL PLATB
HOUSE PETERS in
20TII AND DAUPHIN
irVAfkCD rOTTy-nnflT and
LxUAUCiK LANCASTER AVENUE
Marie Doro in "Common Ground"
AND 8UBROUND1NO PrCTUREfl
J. WARREN KERRIGAN in
"THE BECKONINQ TRAIL"
LOGAN THEATER " ",,
RTTA JOLIVET in
"AN INTBRNATI&N'AL MAHRJAQB"
B2D AND LOCUBT
Mata. 1:30 and 3:80, 10a.
Evil.. 8:30. 8. OtSO. ISfl.
KXTKAOltDlNAieY DOVDLB DILL
FIRST PHILADELPHIA PRESENTATION OF
F. X. BUSHMAN and BKVKIILY UAYNE
In "A STOLEN FORTUNE"
HAROLD LOCKAVOOD and MAE ALLISON In
THE ItlVKll OF ROMANCE-'
Market St. Theater
PA1 APF i2" MARKET STREET
Blanche Sweet Hpblic pMm
RIDOE AVE. A DAUPHIN ST.
MAT.. 2 IlB. EVQ.. 6:415 to 11.
GERALDINE FARRAR in
OLGA PETROVA in
RFniTNT 1" MARKET STREET
LIONEL BARRYMORE in
PI AT TTi OERMANTOWN AVE.
I1AL1U AT TULPEHOCKEN ST.
PEGGY HYLAND in
1 Tl M
MARKXT JVMBGH ST3.
In the Heart of the Shopping District
BARGAIN MATINEE DA&Y
11 A. M. to !,1 P. M 10c, 15c
lloGP.M 10c, 15c, 25c
Evenings 15c, 25c, 35c
WILT. COMJIENCE MONDAY NEXT
1914 GIGANTIC ANNIVERSARY PROGRAM 1916
ALL-STAR BILL OF WORLD-FAMOUS VAUDEVILLIANS
IRVINO COOPER Present. "THE KINO OF 8LANQ"
The Star of "TOWN TOPICS"
Supported br MISS KTVA HATES and a Competent Co., In
THE LATEMT OF THE HOOAN SERIES
"HOGAN IN LONDON"
A Copr of None Copied br Many
"nert Lealle la n mnater nt alanc, who oren puta the beat efforts of Ororze Ado and
lllllr Sunday to leit." The llulletln.
REMARKjVBLE AND DIVERSIFIED SURROUNDING BILL
"A BIG WINNER"
IS WHAT THE PHILADELPHIA PUESS CALLS
With the King of Fun A T
THE N. Y.
"AT HIS BESTl
the Inquirer Says
NOW PLAYING & LYRIC THEATER
.'Matinee Today fist. $1.50 S'S
"A MEDLEY OF LINGERIE AND LAUGHS'
nriDV MARKET STREET
RUU' RELOW TTH STREET
MABEL TALIAFERRO in
"OOP'S HALF ACRE"
SAVOY 2U MARKET
EDMUND BREESE in
"THE WEAKNEHS OF STWErfOTH"
TIOGA "T" AND VENANOO BTS.
MAE MURRAY in
"THE DREAM OIRIt
Lionel Barrymore ,n "vVUBXVAU.
CHARLB8 CHAPLIN In "TUB COUNT''
STANI FY MKBT ABOVE 1TH
FANNIE WARD in
"EACH PEARL A TEAR"
Chestnut and Twelfth Streets
MAT., t f. M. NimiT. a P. M.
"" . t SHOWS DAILY t ,
NEXT WEEK I
Fifteenth Annual Fall Festival
Kiclualra Encaaenunt ot the llroadwar
MAYHEW & TAYLOR,
npar.nr In yilv1!U for -5?JfJid
HBon ffim wriginm iyuin wwt
LILLIAN WALKER in
"HMCof tit MMnUlmi"
"T i .iaia.wwa.aM .inn aim
un a T.iymainia ivi
MYCMMO 3t 0. U!
WilKwn Farnum ,D T,K'
ATHLETIC PRtTURES "
WtM' m W(' to JUuwr WUh to Im 84MB
-. " n a. -
Bmalri'i flirmtmt lkanrlnr Art!
"THE WOULD DANCERS"
Prntal by MAY TUI,IYf with Emlllo Lea
and Tom Dlmla and fompany at Ten
A Formula ror Lonienu
TatMirlr'r "f vlto PM
TQNEY and NORMAN
LILLIAN'S' COMEDY IIOGfl
LEW WIL80N BfKDBLLA PATTISON
8HUG TRIBUNE rjOTCKEM
HhJ TIIKATKR aaH
MarVet below 60th Streat
Mat. Dallr. ZISO
Meat Seata ... 10
KTenlnr a, 7 and 0
lOe, J0. JJo
VAXn)EVILLE' I1E8T PRODUCTION
A Combination ot Bloiera and Dancera
Market St. below I7tli
T .a. 11 A. M. TO U P. M.
Kegent .today only
Uonal Barrvmore yUAno
WomW .. a. -
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
Tho Dnunatlo Efont ot tbo Beaton
A ONE-ACT PLAYLET
WITH A BROADWAY CAST
And WaH-Balanead BUI
MATINEE TODAY. Boo to 1.50
flat. Eva". Special Scale. Bie to 12
lartaln Stat. Thora. Beat Peata il
What MAYOR THOMAS B. SMITH says:
"'Experience' hns my unqualified approval. I think it
Is a wonderful play, teaching a great moral lesson. It Is a
sermon In scenes. I'm going to send all my boys to see It."
IN THE HISTORY OF PHILADELPHIA
HAS ANY PLAY SCORED THE
ACHIEVED HY THE
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Indorsed bv More Thnn Ron AJiVOJ.. WJCiHili.
Clertrrmen of Phllaitelnliin n Hren irnni irn... r...M.
of Doincr Infinite Good to Anv rnmmnnlf. ivfinrln rAj
9 Months in New York 7 Months in Chicago 5 Months In Boston
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BriCKII WITH 1000 I.AtTC.IIS.
DECORATED 1YITII rRF.TTY GIRLS
A t SHOW AT l-PI-ULAH
ACADiatY OF MUSIC
LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI, Conductor
?nng00N SYMPHONY CONCERTS
OPENING DATES OP SEASON OCT. 13th & 14th ,.
SFjVSON 8AT,F. TO RUIlsminnitM now on. continuing uatU TUESDAY. SEPTIQIDEn
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, , HALE TO OENKRAL 1'UULIC Irom 1R1DAY, BEIT. 19, to THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5,
AFTERNOON $50.00; $40.00, 525.00, $23.00 and $17.50
EVENING ' $30.00, $21.00. $17.00, $15.00 and $12.50
Froanectua on application to Manaier. 1814 Pennajlvanla Dulldlns.
SAS1E POPDXAIl TOLICY AS MADE
11119 iiir..f.i ...tuu
IN CONJUNCTION WITn
niWT SIIOWINU IN WEST I'HILA.
OF TRIANOLK I-ICTIIRE.S .
MONDAY. TUE8DAY A tVEDNESDAY
H. B. WARNER
(of "Alia l Jlnimr Valentino" Fumo) ln
Anthony A Mark
lira. W. Hart
Carrie Thatcher & Co.
(I.ldle a Keallnr
TUURHDAY, IfKUIAYand WATURD.VV
Flrat We.t I'hHaiielnhla Hhojrlnr
BESSIE LOVE A WILFRED LUCAS
" 'HELL-TO-PAY' AUSTIN"
Thoa. H. Inre Trlantle I'roiluctlon
C HARVARDS 0
Amarlcun Comedr Four, Charlee Crew and
Co., Orerholt and Younr hlltera.
Hroaram I'linnreil Kvery Men, t Tlnim.
LAST TWO DAYS
Season Closes Tomorrow
Special Farewell Concerts
FORREST Next Monday
SEATS NOW FOR
KLAW A F.RLANOKR'8
NEW MUSICAL COMEDY
Br tha Compoaer of SARI"
IT IS IIRIMMINO OVER
WITH TUB J0K8 OF LIFE
BROAD "giriffiw T Lat Times
LAST TWO PERFORMANCES
Prior to Opening at tha Caalno Theater,
laLSZniU FLORA BELLA
rail hit Aid i ! if smtra
ill lirl 1J 4if I IH a3 J
MARKET HT.. vraiT ftv iftTir
THIS AITERNOON AND EVENING
"THE FUNNY MR. DOOLEY"
IS; MATINEES SS
1000 SEATS 25c
A IIEAUT-ORIPriNO PLAY ON A
111 I' i si 'M
WITH THE FAVORITE
No Future Wife
No Future Husband
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atOOAN IK LOefPOW
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GARRICK "W." Lat Timst
Mat. ZSc rnd He, TonUTit. S5e, Mo and Hot.
LYMAN H. HO VVE'6 ttvai.
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BROAD AND MONTGOMERY
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