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NEWS AND COMMENT IN THE CINEMA WORLDr :. JZWs
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.Jj'mmm7m"wL WW V" y VWh XMtl&'&t&fiJr Lioher'a experience with thl. Imml- coaet defence stun shooting fnr nut VS.ft,, - tfi, Krii J.er Ms. " Every atrlot Muit Se. .
u "Tbe Qucew of tbe Rose
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EN ID MARK V
t "Tbe Captive Oodl
THK llrinly t, iltt-iiiuiifil tiuniil)
oi Tit :ii;n H. Uw.i: producer of
'I'lvlliatlou" ;il tlii- Critt'i-ion
Tlicutri', ii it .trons Indication
-f the pTi,tt.,nce of ttii- diivotor
ho Iws than hI.v ypjri .tsn was rani
f 15'J .i d.t. and Ih to-day one of
HstPt! men In tin- llltn industry
Nothing 1'iuUl Ik Iter illu.,-trat" tho de
ltrmlnutlon w accuniiillf li what Iih ttn
ojt to do at ail hazards than some rlr- j
.ns.anvcs siirmuuuing tne prouiimon i
of CIvlItz.it.on l,n
During the ear end a half that this ( niormuu after the tire found him
picture was in the making Mr. 1 nee u oiling anions' the tulns with both
'rice nearly lost his life. Tho tlrst arms and one hand bandaged directing;
' me while speeding from Inceville. his I hit men Tho task of again rutting
'.00n,ncr ranch in the Santa Monica I the film and arranging captions and
Mountain", where most of his pictures i titles would have been enough to dls
are taken, to Hollywood, his home, Mr. t courage tho average man, but Mr. Inco
've car turned turtle tip a hill. Ho s ;ar fmrn bcln; an average man and
"tad h?rn raciuu on ihe way home with , merely set his Jaws a little firmer to
Hijmonil B. West, the assistant dlrec- pother and went to work w.th more
'"r of "Civilization." and when Mr. ( p.slfK ncy than uvcr.
West mid "tils chauffeur lifted Inco i Knld Marko? . w ho Plays Ihe leading
'wm tiiuler his Mercedes they found ,
M aim iMdly broken, He was taken ;
fie hospital, where ho was
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"i -,x vwok inirlng this
i ::mo (.1 his .isMstatu di
n il ,'imn'l dall. rcielviug.
uiiioii troin Mr live rcgird-
..ie.s and changes In the
Clviii.vu'on." then being
It a ,i s'.oitlv after his reeovery
f'em t": i idetv that the b!
i:il, rrlly destrojed I no
Mrt'i ti on- of the cutl.ng rooms,
.!"e Mi' hire was enzaaod villi j
:.. of his men ,n working mi the '
eitt ii, r SiMj.Mim fe.-t of "ti-ii
ft in ' . :.i 1 ' ii' o.i'l feet
i ompine tlio piiiurc. .
. it'in hi the positive
i I ti.-.il Mr I nee ami
tnn were so birtiy
WITH MUSIC'S AID.
When I na Clair firt appeared
:n New York she maile her
,reatest succc-s as n mimic. She
vfif actinc in ".himpiiifr Jupiter"
.it the Mroadwny Theatre with
Richard Curie. She imitated, of
course, Kiltlin Foy and others
with i-ueh siiccea Unit the uuili
eic.' wiivincil to her immcilintoly.
Nothing is better in all the
preso. t delightful 1 "oiliest at
the S'cw Anistonlam ThcHtre
than her imitation of .lane Cowl
in "C'omm' ti Clay." It was the
mo:t uceosful iuculant of the
tirt nit'hl. and it will he perhaps
just a amusing on tho last, when
ever that may he. It is certuinly
most o'cuer' and entertaining
The Winter Garden is just now
havinp the lurgcdt summer audi
ence? drawn by any attraction
since the review of two summers
iso. "The Passim; Show of
1 3 111" has some delightful .ur
rrhe. James demons is an
acrobatic dancer of nn vjrility
and originality unexcelled bv any
nf hif colleaRues. "Jack" Boyle
is an admirable delineator of a
certain kind of Hebraic humor
'Wio is jriftcd enough to sugp;est
pitsibilitiea by no means com
pletely developed as yet. He
an!" Kcnitine drumntic tulcnt of
Jich order if emplovcd on prate
f'll material. J. J, Shubert has
heon more successful than usual
in piekinp out his new recruits.
Arthur Aylsworth is still nlay
lnR John Hazzard's part in "Very
pnod Eddie," at the Casino, and
is increasing with every perform
ance in his powers to amuse. He
is developing more characteristic
humor of his own. When he
Played the part first Mr. Ayls
worth utilized all that had been
Put there by his predecessor. Ho
went on with the part just as
if he were moving into a fur
nished flat. By degrees he ha
added some embellishment of hia
own, which makes the play more
amusing than ever.
Good voices are commoner in
musical plays in New York than
in any other country. In Lon
don musical plays such voices as
New Yorkers commonly heur are
unknown. Beth Lydv, for in
stance, in "Step This Way" nt ihe
ahubert Theatre has a lovely
fresh soprano voice. Her slnjr
"K is one of the successful feat
ures of Mr. Field's entertainment.
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"Tb Weeklies o M "
LOLA. MA V
ir ' Cx vi 1 1-zaAi.orJ
liiiiai-d thai tilt?) had to li' tvniovcil to
tho ln).)ltnl iniincdlatf': lint n Mr
Inco had iilroady hwt tlirotn;h tho
:iushiii In hi auto six v.ook'i tinu- and
now that tho entire inwitivo was do
ettojed ami ho knew that ho must ivo
roiisiiloral'lo o:.tra ilino to sond for
tho nosativo, which fortunately had
heon Kept at Hdendnle, to nialu- a new
nnd again reassemble and cut 1
..me 300,000 foct of Mini, all tho doc- '
tors in r.utrornl.i could not keep liim
bod longer than one din. Tile
ruiL. n ThomaH II, Iiiee" cinema peacoito
p, taclo, "(.Ivlllz.itlon
at the Cri
terion The.itte. is best l:i her por
trayal of Western girl l'l.s uoi.tuse'
she Is a Western girl. She was born1
in Denver, Col., nnd learned to ridei
'.vllhout a saddle from tho time she wa"'
a little rhlid. Mips Markey's family j
moved to California in order to gle
Knlil a chaiK- to niter tho Stanford
rnhorsity, but soon afttr passing her
entrance examinations Kriid gave up
),t.r studies to play n small part with
Iturlmnk Stock Company. The fol
lowing year she Joined Nat C. Coo,i-
win's company for a tour of the coast.
lVas iluring this engagement that
sju. Thomas H. Iiuv. und upon her
letutn to Los AiiBelcs she Joineil t no j
ntp players, at first oiil.v doing "lilt-"
iit within a your .she was couiu'd .
among the leading starn of Culver city. !
Her tlrst success of l oiiscitiience was ,
in the "narkenlng Trail," In which she '
tipjieaicil opposite William m, nan 1
Next came prominent ro:es in support i
of l!c?sle llarrlscale In "The Matin
nnd in the ' Tun of Life." follmwd
Ihe loading part with Muslin I'.irnum 1 necessitated Its being shown both at
In the "Iron .Strain," the flr.-t ln-fithe Lyceum and the Standard Tlua-relea-e
on the Triangle tuogni'iinie. I tro s!iiiiillanroiily, if n beautiful com
MImh MarKcy H n lieniillful l'li'iiollo,
and a typical girl of the ostein'
. tnoiintnlns tye. Mho drives a motor)
car, rides a horse and enter Into all
' water sports with an adventurous dash '
mid daring that makes hr- particular
valuable to Ihe mcnir.i In outdo.11
Thomas Dixon admits that he l
1 mainly responsible for the somewhal
wild speculation In gigantic picture 1
making which has now become so com
moil. The suiceta of "The Hirlh of
11 Nation" started all of tho producers
going, but where that masterpiece, had
no competition Mr. Dixon's 111 iv pre
p.iredtics speclucle, "The I'all of a
Nation," must pit Its drawing powers
agalnet many ambitious efforts to
achieve artistic distinction and Incl-
dentally gul SO per cent, of the gross.
It Is not generally known that tho
.H'onarlo of "The Mirth of n Nation"
' was placed by the author In the dlrec- j
tor's hands practically as It whs pro- .
iiluced and finally projected on a million
I screens. That in why Mr. Dixon was
ublc to do lalcr what 110 outside author
I has ever done la tho picture Industry'
produce his own picture. Ills exploit
lu this regard call to mind the career
'of another famous American who has
for ycur written his own plays, pro
duced them, acted In them nnd directed
iilielr business liffolr.-i. All this Mr.
j Dixoii haa done, even to the acting
1 part of It. For one brief scene of "The
I Kail of a Nation." 'aa It la flashed on
the ecrcen at tho Liberty Theatre, he (
i Is plainly visioie 10 inoso in sue nuui-
I ence. who recognize him by his back,
Thus has lie completed tho cycle.
He first wrote "The Kali of a Nation" 1
1 us a serial for a weekly publication.
1 Krom the serial he made Ilia aemarlo
for the patriotic spectacle In which he I
warns America to prepare. Meanwhile 1
workmen were chopping down an
orange grove near I.os Angeles pre
liminary to the ercctfrm of u studio
under his supervision. During tho
filming of the drama ho found time
to make a novel from Ihe acenarlo,
and this novel, published simultane
ously with Ihe production of "The Kail
of ti Nation" In New York, haa reached
lu a month the position of second In
the list of "Six Best Kellers." Since
prll Mr. Dixon has dliected the piu
duotloti of hl spectacle In four large
merlcun cities, lie In now preparing
for several touring corqpanlea for the
fall and winter season.
Almost any baseball fan can tell you
in "T"r;c Fa-H a Wd-tion
lio .Mu 11.11; i-1 MiOraw tet I Ii-Iuih l.ndi 1
now leading Nliottstop In the Nullonal
I.oaiuio. slip tliioiiKh his fingers and I
how .Mae would prohahly ;;lve his rljjht
hand to pet hiin back npulii. Not so '
tunny people I. now. howeer, that Just
.nich ot lorn of Judgment ate not un-
eomtiiou in Hie theatrical umlil.
The olllrt.il British motion plctuics
"How llrlt. un 1'ietiarod." which tdiow
the aimy and naval nf.lvitles of Hng-
land, .uul a:r now running at tlie t
CXi " '
Lyceum and Standard tin aires, are aianer Is thnt he nmls the work of
splomll.l rase In point. The Dims wete
blought to this country by Charles
frban. the Knglish Inventor of t :ie ;
I'.lnemacolor pri"!.', wt;h the pfrmi.-
slon of the Biitbh War Cabinet. Thy
v.ete fust shown to n number . mo
tion picture Impresarios. Tlmc mn
shrug ;ed their shoulders; it wasn't
A hat they wanted -there wa no blood
and thumb r. no fake fighting m the
film, Kurlhcnnore. they would not for
. moment r iisller the terms required
t-eotire tin- privilege of showing th
mctiires In the I nlted States a cor
nln iion l. .n of which u-oes to tho War I
Ib liof I-Viul "if the Allies. '
Mr CrliMi had about mwludej that
t!ie pictures would not be oxhlblteil i
'icre when by chance a wideawake. ,
bro.idmlnded business man downtown
...I... i. ...i lw. ir,l l.,,t ll ,.vl:..,I Tor n
i in, in", iiumi
iiriVMle shoiMiiK. He brought along
wltb hhn half a dozen men of his own
kind. When tne last reel oi tne nun
had been run there wa only one
"Whnt will It cost t" show this les
son in preparedness to America?" .Mr.
Urban was naked.
"(mo Iniiolreil thousand dollir." re-
piled Mr. I'ib.in.
"none," waa the reply.
it nvir. And oven If we
vvm,.h tl)11't do. if we Judge the in- j
tclllgence and sentiment of the Amcri-
o..n people rightly we'll tune the con-1
sclousnes.i in imving pcnoniuu
The cnihu-hsni with which New U'"' he lompany has not abandoned
Yotk li.ix greeted the production. hlcli,e l"'lll;' of adapting stage HticcecaeR.
At the Parks and Beaches.
The Now HriKhton Theatre
will celebrate the week nf the
national holiday in its pro
(framnrr. Stella Mnyhew. accom
panied hy the plaintive Hillie
Taylor, will lie one of the enter
tainers. Hen Welch will show his
studies of life on the lower Kast
Side of New York and Klsie Pil
cor will do all in her power to
live up to her reputation as the
American Gaby Deslys, as if any
body in the world felt the need
of nnothcr Gaby. Dudley Dour
Ilia will unnear with hor. Burton
and Daniel?, Paul Gordon and
others will make up the lotic pro
jirammc. Luna Park will celebrate the
Fourth of July with a special
baud conceit under the direction
of Conductor Ilavctta with Ger
trude Van Denisn to sinjr patri
otic nim. There will be many
novelties on the programme of
free entertainments during the
The season nt beautiful Glen
Islands is now open. In addition
to the natural beauties of this re
sort, there are many attractions
provided by the munnprcment.
The boat lido is also attractive
and there arc especially beautiful
flowers nnd shrubB.
Amonc the varied charms of
North Beach tho management
emphasize the restaurant "Unter
den Linden." the Terminal Music
Hall, the Gala Park, Little Mcri
den with the latest picture plays
nnd the cwimmiiifr pool filled with
millions of gallons daily.
At Palisade Park, which is the
only resort, in the world thut
offers surf bathing 011 the top of
a cliff, there will be water and air
manoeuvres. Frank Goodule will
make an aerial raid from his di
rigible nnd Louis Sorcho will
demonstrate the workings of a
submarine under water.
Muriel Hudson, Gene Peltier
it's a woman Harry Clarke and
ti chorus provide the eiitartaiu
meat in the elaborate review
"Splash Me," which it. to be seen
every night at the Hotel Shel
burne at Brighton Beach.
in "Tbe. Dirpc "
7t "Strand Tteak.tve
nvntaiy on the hiisnifss aoutnrn o(
nunc ot the picture macnatfs.
Askdl why he stive up acCnp John
Km-rson, the dlrecto." for the Triangle
t-'I'm Colpomtion. as that ho did It
It urito plays, Aked why he stopped
I n riling plays ho will answer that ho
found II more arud and vital to ill
rn t a production than to write It. But
htm why he has been directing the 1
numcs ror more man a year nnu ms
the motion picture director the most
ir.ten s .'ng of tho theatre btcausc of
gnat chvrrsit. brcHU-e It touches
jt -ir ni .s a:u! llcids f knowledge
mi many points
"Knowltdge ct e director should be
i n.y lopreuic." jhjs Mr M'lierton. "But !
as 'nls l pract'oa'ls 'mpoitlble the
n .t bet thing lr the ability to "Jto
other men's bralnr. nrd. dbove a'!. :o
snow where to rlr.d thin. T'i -tason
that fumilidtlty wi.h ic many 'Inrs;
i? cndenr i- rrr.r I., that ;hc '
iiir tor niU5i -unif si -utinl.-.e
I"" rn ''mil '.f a motion pt-
lur' broilmf. -.. from the soring up of
,n'' r'!-' ,f s owl-,g h s tutors how
" "al" '"'- rom Ther too 'i
mast con : ut.y b-ar m mind the pi-
ills IT'I! aiUlCOrCf Hllll
bow to gi the proii-r
ilm.ng nnd b.illanei) to M- plctvrcs. In
shoit tlio movie dlreetor has his two
hand- full and his b-aln working
Under Fire," Unrier Vvei "I'.oll
iug Sioies" and "Nearly .Married ' are
goins' into the mm 'es that is to say,
; the I'anious Player. I'llni Company
! has i '.Mined the set mi rights to thorn
We'll nke!f,,'m Bol. Cooper M ru aid Kdgnr
lo3c all -'o1wjii, authots of the llivt I .mi mii! of
" ';"'.re"''c".1, l'v '
1 .. iiw..,,, .,.,1, j,l L'-iUI IU Ul
unoiis l''ir.s. rreenilv offered
"to 000 for photoplay rnatei ial, the
tei ui-liig of thoe four plays Indicates
ii(.t'ii 111111:11 ii 1 i'niiiuuii was origl-
"I'ndcr C'oier" Is already In course
of pindiictloii with llael Dawn nnd
1 men Moore In the stellar loles.
These four plays were selected from
aiming the mote recent Itroadwav sue-
iirso" because the producers believe
lb it their popularity was won largely
Ibioiish the action of the slorler, which
is ihe rrnln essential of a photoplay.
Negotiations for rlgh'n to other big
siiei'o!.o.i are pending and th results
will shoilly he announced, 1
That everything happen for the
In st, though ono often wonders what
value the future will set on a oontem-
I porary discomfort. Is the theory of
flora MacDonald, the wife of thu loyal
Italian Immigrant In "The fall of a
Nation." Not long beforo Miss Mac
Donald was engaged for this role In the
ThoimiB Dlxon-Vlctor Herbert warning
in me milieu .-Junes io prepare ror war
beforo the Invader Is In sight of our
bhores, she wuh teaching school. She
louldn't see where that would get her
in her ambition to tweonio a great nc-
I tress. Soon after she began rehearsing
' with M7r. Dixon she knew
I Aa .Injon In "The Fall of a Nation" '
I Miss Miii'Donnld is a jouug Italian
.woman of high ideals and fidelity to j
j her adopted country. She han n small
i miii who Is later killed when New
Yolk Is e.ipturid hy the foreign foe
Whllo Miss MacDonald was teaching
she had many Italian boys and girls in
her classes nnd frequently visited their
I homes In line with her purpose to Im
prove their home lire as well as their
educational atmosphere, nd to obtain
the cooperation of the parents She
frequently saw how the death of a
lined child In the tenements affected
lis Italian mother, and when her own
, waa tnkrn from her In the drama she I
& BILLIE TAYLOR
IIIMI;,N A COMtAD
iiunR'M oi.n-Tmr. dahkies
Paul linritcn Atnllom shcrlf Troupr
BILLY B. VAN
K BEAUMONT SISTERS
waa able to five a faithful portrayal
of the Latin mother'a frlef. In many
other waye, of couree, the former
teaoher'a axperltnce with thle Immi
grant claaa has atood her In good atead
In her conception of the role of Angela.
When aha wee collecting her coi
tumee, for Inetance, ihe went down
Into her former habitat and came away
with enough garment! to etock a aec
oad hand atore.
And that la why Mlaa MacDonald re
garda her teaching daya aa a prepara
tion for the work which ihe had laid
out for hereelf. It took her a long
time to achieve her ambition, for the
road to theatrical fame le a long ono
at beat, and a longer one when the
ambltloua peraon atarte from. a beck
woods town In Maine,
"How Britain Prepared," which
every one who has eeen It, from Su
preme Court Justice Huhe and Sec
retary of War Baker down to the
every day man In the street, agrees
Is "something different" In war mo
tion pictures, after a successful run of
Ave weeks at the Lyceum Thcutre
will close Its engagement there to
night. This afternoon and evening
while one set of rllnis Is taking leave
of the Lyceum another set will be
shown nt the Standard Theatre, Broad
way and Ninetieth street. The man
agement wants to bring this lesson In
preparedness closer to the homes of
the people and twice a day "How llrlt
uln Prepared" will be shown nil this
week up town. Meanwhile another set
will be shown this week nt the Ma
jestic Theatre in Brooklyn and In
Palersou. N, .1. Last Monday night
the pictures opened In Providence and
Washington (return engagement) nnd
on Wednesday Chicago hud Its Mrst
view of them. They will he shown
at the big Ocean Grove Auditorium,
Asbury Park, on Wednesday next, to
remain for the rest of tho week. The
' thrilling lesson which "How Britain
i Prepared" teaches gains force dally
In view of the conditions In which the
American National Uuard has been
mobilized. The entertainment demon
strates clearly whnt a long and la
I borlous task It Is to recruit and train
a volunteer army of 6,000,000 civilians.
. It took Kitchener nearly a year and
a half to do It, and he could not have
succeeded had It not been for Admiral
1 .lelllcoe's North Sea fleet, which these
I picture present on guard and In ac
ITS HOW THE UNITED
Thin Will Re Shinto Xest Week on
the t'llnm In Thin City.
How the United Ststes soldiers and
Mir wm wage war Is vividly shown
in the new film. "America PTep-irlng,'
which th Kemble Film Corporation
will show for the flist tlma at a gala
performance to be given In the Lyric
Theatre, Forty-second street, west oflttmi In the Hawaiian Islands studying
Broadway eti Monday evening, July'
10. and continue the rest af tli sison.
"America Preparing" is a wonderful
ten reel picture, showing every branch
of the. United States military and navy
service, nvludlr.s the cadets at West
t'o!"t th- rtjrulare. the cavalry, tbe
iitttl.v.al puardfmen. the rookie in
amp th Kallrrs nnd the rlcer and
th monitor vjprdreaflnwehts nn
submarines In iictlou.
In the picture arc shown the da'U
dealing m-'mter cini o the United
States shooting tnrlr shell? of a to',
weight, thu great uperdreadnoiic(it
Texas, one of the finest fighting oraf.
in the na. , firing hr'ndHlilo after
broadside at turrets miles away and
luitlng them, machine purs shooting
iOO bullet a minute, explosions of
mines, submarines In a-tlon and the
. flying corps st work.
"America Preparing" I n complete
pli'ttlle h'.s.o-y of the evotutln'l of tbe
United Sta'es soldier nnd sudor from
tho time of their enllitinert to tl i (r
hmioral 1" divliare front the. iiva'e.
livery puMuro a.s taken w ith tho I
authorization f'f the fulled S'ntesj
l1o ernmont and nre the first ollli Vi'
pictures howln; the fnlted ates
army nnd navy In It completeness.
The taking of the pictures was aided
by the commanders of the various
navy yards, battleships, submarines
and divisions, who were explicitly In
structed by the army and navy ofll
clals In Washington to act In nti ad
Many of the pictures will have a
particular appeal to the residents of
New York, especially these showinir
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GEO. WHITE & LUCILLE CAVANAGH
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NELLIE V. NICHOLS
IN AN ENTIItlibV NKW Itr.l'liHTHI UK ill' 'IIAIUfrKK SJINiiS
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CLARK and VERDI
TIIK ITAI.IVN ( OMr.lMAN'
Allllhl) H.ATUIIK AMKIIIl
Miss EVAN-BURROWS FONTAINE
Altii hy KKNXKTII II.MU..W V fnntpunv nf Clisslt' DaiHTt-m Itiaii Fl ibniHtt. An'fliicf.
inpnt of Do.'nrstlUo lliifM'wiHoiulnu.. Inrlmlhig Ijin.allmi. KoplUn inn. hiv! Mi n Jiult.ii
WILLIE SOLAR i FOLI ES D' AMOUR
KVKKKNr'H MONkf.l ( IIU'l s,
KXTHAllHUl.NAIlV I'KATl'lll.. iThu I..1I11 SUr of "I'olS'H A. PerliiiulUT "1
AND I'O. In "AN APRII, nniKII," by Kil,mr Allin Woolf & .Metanrtor Carr
TO-DAY AND ALL WEEK
GEORGE KLEINF. presents
in "GLORIA'S ROMANCE"
A .Mntlnn I'lcture Noiel In MK. A .tlHIt. tllTl.lt I" HI'Olir.S
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FIRST TIME-Chapter Ten -"TANGLED THREADS" ,
1 AND HII.MAM A. DRillT. In AMiixlall-in Willi MOHI.1) riMI t ORI'OH TlttN, l';e .ens I
AS U.Nl'Pl Al, I'llUTO I'l.AY TAl.t. ,
"THE WEAKNESS OF MAN "
I With sn Illutrlou rait, I'fat'irim
A Pre-Relaasa World Pictur In Five Part.
what preparations the (Jovernment has
made to protect the metropolis In case
of an attack by an enemy. Tho huge
coaet defence guns shooting far out
to eea nnd shattering lartrels nr
shown. These are the weapons the 1
Government would rely un In case a )
fleet tried to force Its way into thu
harbor to shell the city.
An example of American gunnery,
which is conceded to be the beat In the
world, Is given In many instances,
notably with the tlx Inch howitzers,
which are aeen making bullseyes whllo
shooting over mountains at targets the
gunners cannot aee. The gunners of
the Texas also give an exhibition of
wonderful gunmanshlp. The discharg
ing of the fourteen inch guns, the
largest In the navy, Is seen In one of
the shooting exhibitions.
The submarines !n notion shooting
torpedoes Is a thrilling feotnre of
"America Preparing," The telltale
wake of the torpedo Is plainly shown
as It speeds to Its mnrk rom the
mouth of the submnrlne.
Secretary of War Baker and Secre
tary of the Navy Daniels have both
Indorsed "America Preparing." They
stated that the ten reel film will be
an object lesson to the country on the
need of preparedness and of convincing
the people that tho United States has
the finest army and navy In quality
In the world, buj thnt both should bo
Increased In men and equipment.
William H. Kemble, head of the
Kemble Kllm Corporation, has erfgaged
ii military band of forty pieces to play
nt the performances of "America Pre
paring" Prominent army, navy and
city officials will be present nt the
opening performance on Monday eve
ning. July 10.
DORALDINA TELLS OP THE HULA
Which She lo Rsprrll; Perform
M thr Shnbrrt Tlienlre.
When last January the Ballet Bu.e
came to tho Century Theatre to per
form lis much heralded novelties New
York began to think It might have seen
the last word In tepslchorean art
However, it remained for Doraldlns,
the captivating Hula dancer with Lew
Pields In "Step This Way." to show
Now Yorkers something new tinder tho
un In stage dancing. Tho Hula dance,
though not new either In name or Imi
tation, had yet to bo presented In such
a manner that its sensuous graceful
ness and lis exotic originally would be
preserved and nt the same time so that
the sensitiveness of Western audiences
would not bo outraged by the native
Hula In all Ita prlmltlveness.
Only an artist could have so modified
the original dance In such n manner as
to have not destroyed Its essential
beauty. Doraldlna has done this, nnd
Just to the degree that she neither of
fends by the least vulgarity nor dKil
luilons by spoiling Its originality by
too great an application of Western re
finement. Doralillna hn.i .ipent much
the various Hula dances, of which
there are nearly 200. Her naturat
abilry and training served her well and
she waa not only ahla to reproduce the
native dsnee but to feel the spirit of
it by naturatlng herself In a study of
tt-e rnannrs, customs nnd folk lore of
thorn mil-Pacific Islanders,
"Bver since the English spesking
r.ioj. haa known anything of tho
Hawnl'st people," said Dornldlna,
"they bw elways spoken of their
we'-d nn.i haunting music Iong be
f ire 'be II- very of Capt Cook of the
's'ands the H iwatt.in people were mnk
'ig their own mulcal Instruments.
T!ies were nlled the 'tsro-patch' nnd
the 'ukelele The taro Is n native
vegotsblo whl'h has always been the
prlnclpil foo I of the Island and, like
rlcn, crows under water. The taro
when hnlltsvi.I out Is strung with goat
gut ami then plucked like the guitar.
The i!lteleb s a four stringed affair
a' out one-fifth the sire of a guitar.
Tram-Lit i Into KnglUh II meanx 'fly-
lug lie' .lu't what the name hai to
do nth th Instrument I hae nexie
'-en able to dleoer.
"After the Hawaiian hiid "stab
llfhed Intercourse with the Mngllsh
speaking nation? they took for theh
own us" the guitar, and became so ad
dicted to its muic thnt one feels like
dicrlblng It hs a nat'vo Instrument
However, they play the guitar not as
Western nations, but by placing It on
the knee lint nnd twanging ono of the
strings with H piece nf steel. The of.
fid ! peculiarly sweet, Imparting a
haunting, I'ngenng quality to the
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