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Florence VIUei? and Frank Campesu are In the cast ARCADIA "Hener First " romance of the war, by Geerge Olbbe. with Jehn eilbert In a dual role of here and coward. ' VICTORIA-"! te , RlcheV- .dapted rrftm bibbv euvyvwn .-w -'-r:"." Harry en itiveniie nnv. una hum and Russelt Simpsen In the Weld cut reBNT "Gelden Dreams," a Zane 0?fy story of a mythical kingdom romance, with Claire Adams and Carl Qantvoert. jtntBO Monday, "The Right That ' KaUed." with Bert Lytell i Tuesday, The Man Frem Hell's River.' rrnAR Monday and Tuesday, "The Leves of Pharaoh," Lubltsch produc preduc turn: Wednesday and Thursday, "The Weman He Married" ; Friday and Sat urday, "Seuth of Suva." C0LI8EVM Monday and Tuesday, V ..Leves of Pharaoh'" Lubltsch pro duction : Wednesday, ''Reckless YOUth rnursaay una .jju, iuarricu , Weman He "Confidence." Saturday, Previously Reviewed MTANTON "The Old Homestead," screen adaptation of Denman Thomp ' son stage classic, with Theodere Rob erts, Harrison Ferd and Geerge Faw cett. at,ACE "Te Have and te Held," Mary Johnsten's romance, screened with Betty Compson, Bert ILytell and Theodere Kosloff. OtPlTOL "Ths Sin Floed," adaptation of Henntng Bergera play, with James Klrkwoed, Richard Six and Helene Chadwlck. MARKET STREET Monday, Tues day and Wednesday, "Remembrance," with Claude Gllllngwater ; Thursday. Friday and Saturday. "The Bend Bey," with Richard Barthelmess. GREAT NORTHERN Monday. Tues day and Wednesday, "The Beng of Life," with Gasten Glass; Thursday, Friday and Saturday, "The Sin Floed,'1 with James Klrkwoed. ALLEGHENY. COLONIAL. IMPERIAL, LOOVSTl. STRAND and BELMONT ".Manslaughter," Cecil B. De Mills production, based en Alice Duer Miller's novel, with Themas Melghan, Latrlce Jey and Leis Wilsen heading the cast RIVOLI "The Masquerader," taken from stage success, with Guy Bates Test In his famous role, supported by Ruth Sinclair, Barbara Tennant and Herbert Standing. XIXON'S AMBASSADOR Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, "Man daughter," with Themas Melghan: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, "Charming of tha Northwest," with Eugene O'Brien. SIXTY-NINTH BTREET Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, "Manslaugh ter," with Themas Melghan; Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, "The Siren Call," with Dorethy Dalten. LEADER Monday, Tuesday nnd Wed n1??,ayA. "T1,, Cowboy and the Lady." wltth Tem Moero ; Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday, "The Sin Floed," with Jamca Klrkwoed. Her Debut Unexpected 1 ?, Cook. wh has n leading rele in 'Blessem Tlme" nt the Lyric, was born in New Yerk nnd mmle her stage but quite en the gpur 0f the moment, alie hed smiled music ami was invited in sing at thq music festival, wlilrh Is ;n iinnunl event nt Worcester, Mass. It was suggested by n friend that Miss ok sing in n vaudeville theatre for one or two evenings te overcome stage ".I. sjmu wiw sucvi'fl'uui nun was immediately hooked in the two-a-day 'n me cve or the production of "The rakslm Shew of 1010" at the Winter Harden ehe was offered n part nnd hurriedly provided with costumes and went en with lyrics pasted en the re- villi 1 the "1'ns.sing Shew" until "Cin ticrelln en Hiendwny" was ready and, iin nt the Inst moment, she was plriceil in that production. Then fol fel ln.ved nn engagement in "Midnight "founders of 1021." k ' Mil Crethers' Plays Mls Tlnchel Crethers, the nuthe'r of Ti,..1 VvvK "'. the llrend Street Theatre, was born in Woemlngton, III. t, nLlWibiIel t0 beceme nn nctress iemptcd her te go te incw Yerk and inlte n course of instruction in n school T nctlng. After graduating she bo be flme ene of the instructors nnd one of ts stnge directors. She begnn writing .. i i ..'""'". "V" were ncieti Dy iiu I'lls of the school nt their regular per romances. The success of tl.Fse shorter wks encouraged Miss Crethers te at jmnt longer plnys and "Tiie Three of I R Unci ftftfAti riMt, ...t feiin.r..ii..::::;., ."'" "B 'r of ethers of which thn bear Ic.mi'n 'rL FB v?miW m Mw. Patrick" The Aftergew,'r "The Heart of Inddv Whack." "Old Lady 31 pure Up Time," "Mether Carey's lilpkens" nnd ".in Pn.i ' 8he Might Have Been i Dancer ,!LMf", ,.l,n V"inlfce of n most inter. 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ROY T3APNES.-THE OLD HOMESTEAD" 9tattteti Ada Lewla In Coming 8hew t Miss Ada Lewis is In the cast of "Geed Morning, Dearie," which comes te the Ferrest November 2S Minn T.ewln began her stage career en the Pacific ueast with the Alcazar Stock Com pany. When she came Knsf he es sayed a new role, that of a "tough girl," In one of the famous Ilarrlgan anu iiart plays and for several years sha could net play in ether characters. She did finally cmerec. however, te slve ene of the greatest performances of her career In David Iielnsce's production of "The Darling of the Gods" and again in his "Madame Butterfly." roriermanccs m "Very Uoed, Kdaie," nnd "A Verv (Soed leunr Man" fel lowed. A few seasons nge Miss Lewis turned back te imislcnl comedy, playing In "Listen, Lester." Fannie Brlce at Kelth'a Fannie Brice. dinger and comedienne, who was seen here last season as one of the featured players In Zlegfcld's "Follies." will be the headllner r.t H. F. Keith's next week In place of Klsln .Tnnls, who was delayed by an engagement at the new Loew Theatre In Cleveland nnd who will ceme te Keith's en the 20th instead of the 13th. Bida Jehnsen Yeung, well-known play wright, is new nt work en n full-length play for Miss Brice, who will be starred In the very near future. MUs Brlce has tne children and declares that they nrc her greatest stimulant and inspiration. i' II,, ,".".' J,,,,u "ninnenu, star In "The ,',ish' a. ,h0 Wnlmit, of high nners ns a "prima bnlle.lnn." When Hie WilS only n clrl. li.ln ...in. i..." . . " -t it iiu iitr i- parents di. i "" ' ,ncillc (-'eat. "h" ,l!'i. ."0 .nigUt - Private inter- lUn i " r,c,l,wi n furore thnt liu WIIH OH HI "I'era impresario . 1 KU 1VIIM llll II1R Ufir V ,1'll.n Miss n5mhenii danced for Ancelpg ... ,"""""" inentrc, tn l.es Ju"t almi'ii U ''".-""Mhwitt family was inii ' "I bt,.'rt tour of Aluska " i,c"a';1 Lhltatrd t(: j-ve h"" fwa,wi,Vt;rs"nchmnn 8 offer wa" IIthkatiulII KENSINGTON ATE. 4 OOMBEBtAND WEEK BEOINNINO KONDAT MAE DESMOND and HER PLAYERS IN MADAME X NinWTT.V AT I'll Ktttntti Tueiday, Thursday tnd Btutdy Popular Frleci All Be.iti Beimd ... - 6u" Phonser Wriu for 8tt All Seiervatleni (or Saturday Will Bt Held until rrmay only GUY BATES POST, "THE MASQUERADER" fcVett "Beef Trust" at Casine The Casine Theatre will nresent Billy Watsen's "Beef Trust Beauties" as the week's entertainment starting Monday matinee. Tn irmiiam.-..!. A,.ly!..w.tsen will appear in nersen. with Billy "Gregan" Spencer te back him up In fun making. The Merctte Bin -ters, musicians, will feature ten differ ent Instruments In a vaudevllle special ty j Listnlre Shaw, a prima denna, will entertain with soles nnd ij uk . 8embles, and Sweeney nnd Beeney will fivacui, ei-ccninc aancing. Twenty chorus girls will engage in the singing and dancing numbers tbnt will be backed by special scenery and costume displays. "Melly Darling" Coming "Melly Darling" will be the Thanks giving attraction at the Garrlck The atre commencing November 20. This delightful musical comedy has a east that Includes Jack Donahue, dancer; Mary Mllburn, Jay Gould, seen here In "The Broadway Whirl"; Emma Janvier and Clarence Nordstrem. The book is by Otte Harbach and William Cary Duncan, the music by Tem Johnstone and lyrics by Phil Cook. New Satire at Dument'a "Northeast's Most Popular Beauty" is .the title of the burlesque-satire which will be the feature of the new program at Dument'a next week. Other attractions Include: Alpegtni, the mnglclan; Buss Kelley and Happy Thompson, in a sketch called "Selling Lets"; America's Comedy Quartet, composed of Barnes, LaMar, Ashwood and Franklin, in songs and patter, and Einmctt Welch with new ballads. -A PHILADELPHIA INSTITUTION! fi&&mim CHESTNUT STREET BELOW UTH STSEET NEXT WEEKA STUPENDOUS BILL OF STAR FEATURES! SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY I AMERICAN OKNICS Or BONO CHARACTERIZATION FANNIE BRICE FIVE YEARS' SENSATION OF "THE FOLLIES" IN HER OBIQINAt BONO HITS BY BIAHOHE MERRUJ, JOSEPH K. WATSON "A Plwraawmnt of Facta" Loe MILLER & BRADFORD -m.. "Typical, Teplo Tales" LANCASTER AVE. BELOW ST MATINEES, flllft EVENINOB, 7 i S Nest Wttk Flnt Tlma at Popular Prlett MARIE KAVANAUGH and PAUL EVERETT la a ions and dance rem tntitlad . . . . 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A bandieme town is offend ae a prlie hy De liar, the well-known mediite, ef ISIS Walnut alreat. te the lady writing; the but detenpttcn of the elaberata ewna worn bj Mlia Mnrray In tbla produetion. . The eitay muat net exeeed 300 words, written en one side, of tbe nape f1? .?t"Bt u " Kasarar. Aldtne Theatre. The iudgti of cenUit will M weu-kaewn women wriUra of Philadelphia newapaperi. rjiHE surest appeal te the public is through the heart. Fer ....ivy-iwu wu.iactuiivc years uenman Thompson played "Tlw Old Homestead" en the stage. It must have had something in it te make this possible. What was it? Humanity that is th secret. It had the attributes which appeal te the heart. Honesty, homely humor, wholesome sentiment, pathos and a touch of adventure. Story Intensely Human u isnt b-v anv means true tht because "The Old Hemestear is adapted te the screen from an old play it will prove an old story te the public. The greatest successes in the history of the world have steed constant repetition they were successes because thty1 could be repeated, and they could be repeated because they wtr human. The Paramount version of "The Old Homestead" is a binari and greater thing than ever could have been done en the start,! That is the screen's especial field a tremendous scenic scope. A Tremendous Finish The ,bie Jnisl?i a storm tint wrecks the village and almost ruins every house but the old homestead which stands, like tha house built upon the. rock defiant of all earthly manifestation! ar elemental disturbances just as the American HOME stands at the very foundation of civilization and te which all hearts and eyes and minds turn when trouble comes. VICTORIA NINTH AND MABKBT A. M. TO 11 :1S I. M. NEXT WItK WABNER DBOTnERS PRESENT RAGS RICHES WITH WESLEY BARRY N1LES WELCH RICHARD TUCKER fLZUraEPZ.MMERMAKSONS'T I BfJlB TUC ISftTtTLS BrAnin.... . 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STAHL'S 1IIIOA1) A IMIIE iie.v n l i:s u i;ir. Maximum of Quality Vaudeville At Minimum of Cost Performance Continuous 11A.M. te 11 P.M. THIS WAY sFOR Bin BJniA K jln . IN A UBAI' TBNT zj "BAKNUM WAS RIGHT" , l!,SSi.,,v; ."! T "erl" of , GENUINE SIDE-SHOW CELEBRITIES ZIP. BARNUM'S 86-YEAR OLD "WHAT IS IT?" li- IHE GROWN.TOGETHER TWINS J l, And ether mMltU. In acraml i mtlz f,m,,M ft fu" ...wtftwiviwili i Ih I 1 . I lui Vu iliL I J IjjD; s MSV ' Jeiipaiss Dsvii AND COMPANY The ramllr Album" Ctswres a O'Cssssr Apeatlta i'f Humer Killf a Wits "In Wetnas" FAIRY TALE FOLLIES musical iicvrn AMERICAN COMEDY FOUR HARMONY A IIII.AIIITY Geerge Dreisjr AND COMPANY 1'laylet "DADDY" Keis Skeldes ft Bre. Acina of i:ullltirltt Cssk ft V.rae. 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