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trtn mid Wre a teat taxi, Instead of
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jEf'At the little ThcatreP
in,i tcencry at me A.11110 -rncatro mis
K?,k has b(tn Just as eccentric. The
Li" in staffed nlmoet taerfectly, -with
hit trlffhl simplicity and Its suggestion
L feeing a- toy affair for a toy play.
The ther wo rooms ,n ''Tho AllmlrabWj
BunvIHe aro scrviceaoio enougn,
though llttlo mote.
Out. ohl those exteriors, particularly
MA 'The JJarK xttujr ui uio auiiucks
EjTVood wlnss" at tho eldcs straight rec-Srt-i.
of canvas sainted over with
Ktncry ond sot at even distances. A
Ihick drop, trying to present a meadow
lor something, In perspective, and crossed
literr now and then by tho slant shadows
P., the principals when they pull tlio
Ituntllfht too far to tho back. In heaven's
Kiine. why didn't tho sceno painter Viang
la lantern somewhero and focus tho light
iitnm above It? And why didn't ho Bet
Sii-...i n iab ho could accomplish by
lrtu)lnff tho peoplo ngalnst a brooding
IcMlle wall that filled In tho wholo baclc
y.t the scene? Incidentally, It would have
Itoncenlratcd attention on tho people and
mat tnoy weiu wnnii,.
whi a Dlty tho Llttlo Theatro con-
rirmiM to botrti about with tho conven-
Itlonsl sceno painter, when It might pick
liro far moro cheaply ono of tho many
hood young Americans who aro trying
l?o Introduco the free, vivid and lmnKlna
? nrartift of flnrmanv. Ho orobablv
Pwouldn't cost any moro, and ho ought
to Bring renown unu irauunuBD,
Ihe Job of Being
a Villain or Vlllalncsa
Th irencrnt Impression of "Innocent"
Kt the Qarrlck Is of ono of thoso cheap
fplClUrC Hluen vy.iu.u bi' " "'""1. a
"Vamplre" sharo the honors with sketches
of what is supposcu to do "gay me.
within tho shop two most unfortunato
Opeoplo ply n trade that they are both
Itieartlly sick of Paulino Frederick and
Miss lrcacricic wno is in actress or
FlntelllEence as well as beauty frankly
Badmlts that sho served notice on her
i manager, "No moro aaventuresscs." tiio
short and brilliant career which carried
Slier from "Tho Rogers Brothers at Har
JTrd'' to leading lady In "Samson" and
v'The Fourth Estato gave ncr a. taste
Sof parts of normal humanity. Slnco
' the end of her short retirement from tho
Lalage sho has been forced to do vote, hcr
sielf to tho roles of Joseph's temptress In
L"Joeph and His Brethren" nnd Innocent.
!There eccms to bo llttlo satisfaction and
no future for hor In uch work.
George Probert, who plays tho German
(fop, Von Guggen, Is Just ns heartily
I tired of tho many villains that he has
&- played. Back of tho rascally Stovo In
; "Kindling" ana tne caaet in -xne iiuro"
jhe doubtless sees In his mind's eyo that
itrulv Imaginative and flnc-flbred Imper
sonation which ho gavo of tho young poet
Aa "Helena Itltchlo."
Mr. Probert writes plays In odd mo-
r ments when ho Is neither talking of tho
inconveniences 01 oeing a villain or prac
ticing dropping his monocle 'In the best
jEerlln fashion. If ho ever appears In
one or mem, it is easy to guess wnat
..sort of a young man ho will be morally.
VAl Jolson s "Hokum Stuff'
Continued from Taee Four
' tomary to close tho show with an after
iiplece. Among tho best-known farces In
Twhlch "hokum stuff"
.was Injected to the
,tBlast degree may be
''fGhost In tho Pawn
Shop," "Razor Jim,"
"Over tho River
a t cnariie, insu juo-
Uee." "stocks up.
W Btocks Down" and
'"Graveyard Sam." It
may be remembered
by those who saw the
"'.show that "Tho
, Mtrmmy and the
t-BTald" had an cx-
' cruclatlngly funny
barber shop sceno In
which nn electric
' razor was used Lew
j, Fields later on Dut a
variation of this old nigger act Into one
fef his musical shows. Sam Bernard
jutlllied some old-Umo "hokum Btuff In
. efene In which, as tho wlgmaker, ho
hid beneath tho tabic, and from that
pH Joint of -vantage worked up a ludicrously
(muMiiB ocene. "j.nsn justice noa aons
JinOblfl dtltV fnv tflA nrvi,llnTia Hanwii TKf.
feMonroe and Harry Fisher. Disguised In
J vanety or forms this farco has con-
!i ;vuisea untom thousands, who llttlo
i .dreamed that their forefathers had
laughed at the selfsame bit of "hokum
1 When the Winter Garden In New York
maae its nrst productions, Al Jolson was
n of tho comedians to achieve Imme
diate notice. He
attributes muob, of
his success to the
experience ha gain
ed In the early part
of Ws career. Nowa
days, when he finds
an audlenoe a little
difficult to arouse,
he has only to hand
out the "hokum
stuff." For exam
ple. In "Dancing
Around" he haB a
scene with a typical
"vVhen the latter
eyes Jolson through
his monocle, the
ately lifts to his
right optlo a large
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utln soup ladle.
r;ta tnt the Englishman Is wearing large
,jv puuons m his shirt front, the
t'fk-fced cut-up Immediately tries to
nr one loose with his tin dipper. More
nowira stuff" which brings tears of Joy
W Ms auditors out front.
..? wltrht on Indefinitely describing
Jfhlch Al Jolson and other comedians use
A order to "put across" their comedy,
Catlnae4 from ro Fonr
nc m Philadelphia of Ibsen's famous
pTROPOZITJ.IT D Wolf Hopper and
011bert and HuUlyan Opera Coraoany In
K. fortnight of repertory. First week;
pienday, Tuesday, Saturday matinee
Ijna n'eht, "The Mikado"; Wednesday
KUnee and night, "Plnaforo" and
I'Trlal by Jury"j Thursday and Friday,
f,aa nrates of Penzance." Second
teelt; Monday. Tuesday and Saturday
tynaUnee, "yeoman of the Guard";
ffijvednesday matinee, "The Mikado";
wanMday night, "The Sorcerer" and!
rTrJM by Jury"; Thursday night, "'Io-
nthe, and Friday and Saturday
plpt "The Mikado.''
HfSRipJiH The Blindness of Virtue."
PiMraQ Hamtlton'a inoYlng, yet pleaa.
Effit, drama of the dangers of youthful
B?-4u5i jb matters or sex.
r4Hf72 "UllMlmH." Th HSurllah
Igwedy by Arnold Bennett arid Edward
nviaucn, ip -wnicn tne aaventures of
JraUy of shipbuilders are traced
m tnree generations.
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At the hour of golnr to press, the Chest
nut Street Opera House announces that "The
Christian" will be relnlned for neit week,
to bo followed by Annette Kellcrmnn In
"Neptune's Daughter." Hnll Cnlne's "Tlie
Kiernal City" wilt bo seen at this house on
March 1. '"
Tho Essanay Film Producing Corpora
tion announces that hereafter It will dls
ponso with scenarios. This docs not mean
that tho Kssanay has ceased tho produc
tion of photoplays, but that It has re
formed where reform was most needed.
Ilcrcnftcr photoplays Intended for tho Es
sanay must bo written In tho shapo of
condensed plays, with dialogue expressive
of the action. In making tho announce
ment the Essanny says:
In lino with Its policy of progress,
tho Essanay company has discarded
tho scenario from Its business. Tho
reason Is that Essanay photoplays are
beyond tho scenario stage. Tho high
art of production ns standardized by
this company cannot be sustained by
moro scenarios. Already Essanay has
on Its staff a number of tho highest
paid dramatists In this country. Thoso
men, experienced In the technical con
struction of tho drama, aro producing
plays Instead of scenarios.
With such writers as George Ade, Ho
bart C. Chatflcld-Tnylor, Albert Pay
son Torhune, Mary Roberts Rlnehart,
James Ollvor Curwood. Edwin Balmer,
Henry Oycn, Edith Ogdcn Harrison,
James Oppenhelm, Mrs. Wilson Wood-
row, Malbello Helkcs Justice and Jus
tus Miles FOrman, Essanay stands
alono In tho field as tho producer of
the greatest photplays. The day of
tho scenario has passed.
This Is a move all other producers
.could imltato with profit to themselves
and theatre-goers. t
Suffrage Film at tho Victoria
It had tolcome. And now that It has
arrived, there will doubtless bo great
anxiety among tho exponents of equal
suffrago to see and discuss It. This refers
to the photo-play, "Your Girl and Mine,"
which will bo shown for tho first tlmo In
this city at tho Victoria Theatro during
tho coming week. "Your Girl nnd Mine"
Is primarily a melodrama, but It Is oven
more than that, for It purports to give
and does depict scenes and Incidents
which mako a strong argument -In favor
of tho fair sex.
Sa realistic aro tho pictures that tho 1
Tho Orchestra concert at the Academy
yesterday afternoon was such as can
come only In mldseason when conductor
nnd men have arrived at tho Indispen
sable unity of feeling and harmony of
execution which is not rigid, but flex
ible; not studied, yet thorough : not ob
vious, yet always apparent. The tono of
the orchestra has been, desplto certain
lapses. Improving steadily: Us Interpreta
tive skill has gained In like measure. So
that yesterday, In tho 17th concert of
the season, they seemed to attack their
work with tho confident skill of masters
and to accomplish It masterruuy.
With them the assisting artist was
Faiuile BloomfleW Zelsler. Her problem
haa teen for many years to eliminate
the excellence of her own playing irora
consideration, and to establish an unin
terrupted connection between hor ma
terial and Its expression. Sho has suc
ceeded In a peculiar way, for with her
the labor Is alwaya apparent, the study
never forgotten, oven tho mechanics of
runsj and trilla and pedals almost pain
fully noticeable. And yet. In the end,
ono forgets much of these things. One
la seduced Into forgetting everything but
the clear, clean beauty of the muslo she
plays. She has a sense of rhythm whioh
Is extraordinarily sensitive; she has, at
tho same lime, a delicacy erf touch nnd
a fluidity of expression which resemble
tho characteristic virtues of tieonord
Berwick. In tho Uzat fantasy the artist
Indicated new powers, of stirring utter
ance, of sharply sounded chords, of a
voice more authoritative. But it was the
Moiart that remained, with Its serious
beauty and its mannered grace. In the
golden and exquisite tone which Mrs.
Zelsler could Klvo to it- ,..
Jean Baptlsto iAilly'a Ballet Suite be
gan the program. From It Mr, Btokow
okl had to conjure up visions of arti
ficial palaces and duchesses masquerad
ing as shepherdesses and aa Grecian god
desses. It wos not a question of Inter
pretationbecause In laiUy aa In tho
early Mozart there can be but ono inter
pretationbut a matter of tone. And la
Mr. & Mrs. H. D. Wagner J
St. Valentine SS. Mon.
Bouyenlrs Cupid Walk Extra J"'""
UsJal fSHOSi Dance 8ys
Private Lessons Day or Eve. Phone Dla. B38
EVER RRr-nPTiniM Wed. and
POPULAR 'i'-' -"
r nPQPn'S nixon theatre bldo.
LUCOCK O B2D ABOVE CHESTNUT
RECEPTIONS MONDAY AND SATURDAY
CLASS NIGHTS TUES.. WED. 4 FRl.
Bpeclal OONTIHUOUU 3ft Old and
Tonlfht DAN CI NO Nsw Dances
mauTX AU the ,d Dances
Private Lesions. Phone Bel. 8030D or Bel. 8880
DE LUXE ACADEMY
Class nlsbts, Mon. and Thura. Reception.
Wed. and Bat. Dancing contest. Wed. n.i
cash prlxas. Writ for private lessons. Hall
can be rented.
DAWSON STUDIO cnaJJg .
Special Mornlnf Rates. 10 A. M. to iV.U.
BRESSONS FOR IB) STRICTLY PRIVATH
MANTEL'S 1710 North Broad
ALL THH MODERN DANCES
PRIVATE LESSONS ANY HOUR BY
WROH KEITH'S TBBATRH BALLROOM
New Children's Class. Saturday, 11 A. M.
Ballroom van b rented. Private lessons.
Country Pane Saturday eight, Bid Strsst.
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National Amerlcnn Women's Suffrage
Association tins given Its sanction and
entire approval of tho film, with the no
tation that tho creator of tho picture Is
deserving of tho earnest congratulations
of the members for tho faithful and com
prehensive manner In which tho subject
has been treated.
Tho World Film Corporation undertook
tho production. Ollvo Wyndham tem
porarily left tho spoken drama to pose
for the part of tho heroine, and Knthcryn
Kaelrod, last seen In this city In tho lend
ing femalo roto of "Joseph nnd Ills
Brethren," Is seen In tho role of tho
woman lawyer battling before tho
learned law makors for tho rights of hor
sox. Other players Include Sydney
Booth, who Is seen ns tho hero, and John
Charles and Kathorino Henry, who
played tho roles of tho villain and the
honearworkIng girl, respectively. Tho
finding tho Just tono, In evoking It with
doft hand and holding It to the last still
degree of Its gentleness, Mr, Stokowskl
did n, difficult thing nobly well. Tho
symphony by Basllo KUlnnlkow, to
which he nnd tho orchestra camo after
the concerto, was moro In the conductor's
chosen vein. It Is, In fact, n counter
part In many respects of the Tschalkow
bky symphonies the fourth nnd the Cos
sackIn which Mr. Stokowskl'a conduct
ing Is so proud, so sure and so brave.
Tho symphony has In It tho touch of
the East, tho melancholy of Little Rus
sia nnd the heart beat of the Blavs. To
each of these tho conductor and his re
eponslva orchestra paid duo respect, gave
proper utterance. After the fiasco of
Faderowskl's attempt at a national sym
phony, this ploco was Inspiring and
Opera Light nnd Dark
With the extension of the Metropolitan's
season hero tho prospects for opera grew
perceptibly brighter. Tho radlanco grows
dazzling with tho succeeding announce
ments of Gilbert and Sullivan and of the
San Carlo Grand Opera Company. The
latter will coma to tho Broad Street The
atre tho first weelc In Maroh, with Ester
Adaberto, Sophie Charlebols, Carolina
Zawner, Stella de Mette, Solvatore
Sclarettl, Gluseppl Agostlnl, Alfredo
Grazlanl, and Giuseppe Angellnl as di
rector. The operas announced are (as
one should have expected): "Alda,"
".Lucia." "Faust." "Cavallerla Bustlcana"
and "I Pagllaccl," "Blgoletto." "La aio
conda," "Martha" and "II Trovatoro."
On tho Monday following this engage
ment the Gilbert and Sullivan Opera
Company comes to the Metropolitan
Opera House for two weeks. It Is very
odd to see De "Wolf Hopper called Mr. De
Wolf Hopper. Ono might as well say
Mr. Blchard Dcadeye. However, this
gentleman and the company wll present
"The Mikado," "Pinafore" and "Trial by
Jury" and "Tho Pirates of Penzance," the
first week, and "Yeoman of the Guard."
"The Mikado," "Sorcerer" and "Trial by
Jury' and "Iolantlie" the second week.
The Sorcerer" and 'Pinafore" will be
what the Greeks loved to call "hapox
legornena," Which means simply that
they will be done but once each.
to accommodate the growing
ollentele during the evening
hours exclusively, which was our
The Panse Studio
bega to announce that commenc
ing Wednesday. February 10th,
19J5, this Studio will be open
day and evening for private in
struction from 11 A. M: to 11 P. M.
Afternoon classes at reasonable
terms. Phone Belmont 2770,
Philip A. McGough
Park Ilulldlog, 23 South 52d St.
Chaperon In Attendance
Phone. .Walnut 3102.
First Floor, 331 South Broad St.
Correct modern and old dan
prhat and In class. Valentino dance Mon
day. P. E. K. dance tonlfht. Member P.
A. T. D.
MRS. DBAN. 1T1B NorrU Classes or private
lessons dally, j
Phons Diamond 0781 D.
41B Baltimore ve.
TUB CORTI8SOZ SCHOOL
j J Finn's Studio or Daiol,SV'Dtilhjnjt,
Ltuect Sauces taught , class or Jn
film Is valuable In an educational sense
as well as from an entertaining view
point, and Is conceded to bo ono of tho
notable, additions to lllmdom of tho pres
"Kreutzer Sonata" DJIlmod '
William Fox announces that Nance
O'Neill, who created a sensation under
tho management of David Belasco In
"Tho Lily," has signed a contract with
him for a feature screen production of
Tolstoi's "Tho Kreutzer Sonata." This
will murk Miss O'Neill's debut as a film
star. William Shea, featured In a num
ber of recent Broadway successes, sup
ports Miss O'Neill.
"In Splto of AH" will bo released March
1 as nn Edison three-part photodramo,
with Mrs. 3?lekfi.lii tho leading rolo. 1
Odds and -Ends
When tho mnsslve glass studio at the
Bosworth plant In Los Angeles was re
"The Musical Glasses"
IMor;) extensive notices, based on past
performances and on what the press
agents afford, will appear when neces
sary and timely for each of the events
scheduled below. This uncritical calen
dar is Intended merely as a guldo for the
MONDAY, February, IB The Boston Sym
phony. Sibelius, Bach, Brahms and Dvorak
wilt bo played, the symphony belns the first
of Sibelius, and the assisting artists. Mesara.
Wltek and Noaelc. of the band, playing a
double concerto of Bach: 8:15 p. m at the
TUESDAY, February 10-Mme. Olga Bomarofr.
In a recital under the auspices of the Young
Men's Hebrew Association. She will play a
program beginning- with Chopin, Including;
Bclielllnr, Schumann, Brahms, Rachmaninoff,
and ending with Schubert, Liszt and Wag
ner; 8:13 p. m., at Wltherspoon.
FRIDAY, February lO-ZTha Philadelphia Or
chestra, with Ferruclo Busonl aa assisting
artist. He will play his own "Indian Fan
tasy" for the" nrst time In America and hU
own arrangement of Unt's "Spanish Rhap
sody," also sew to this city. Mr. Bandbya
muslo for Tho Woman and the Fldder" and
Erehm'a third symphony; 8 p. m., at the
SATURDAY, February 20 The same program
by the Philadelphia Orchestra; 8:15 p. m
at tho Academy,
TUESDAY, February 23-Flnal recital of Frits
Krelsler. He will play Vivaldi, Pugnanl,
Bach, Couperln, Tartlnl. Mendelssohn,
Dvorak, and Krelsler, most of the works be
ing fresh this season; 2:30 p. m., at the
"Madame Bans-dens." with the creating
WORLD FILM CORPORATION
PRESENTS A DRYEDA ART FILM FEATURE
of the PEOPLE"
The Broadway success produced by J. Searle Dawley, "The Master of
the Screenwith LAURA SAWYER. FREDERICK DE BELLE-
VILLE and ROBERT BRODERICK IN S ACTS.
WORLD FILM CORPORATION, 1314 Vine Street
1337 Vine St.
MISS VIOLA SAVOY in
THE FIRSTr PRODUCTION OF THAT IMMORTAL DREAM OF
CHILDHOOD IN 5 PARTS
FROM THE WHIMSICAL TEXT OP LOUIS CARROLL AND THE
DELIGHTFUL DRAWINGS OF SIR JOHf fENNIEL
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cently finished, and all was ready for
work as soon as tho glass "was cleaned,
word was sent to a cleaning, company to
send men at onco. A fow hours later
Manager Eyton saw n lonely looking lit
tle Italian with a small tin pall In one
hand and a llttlo rag In the other won
dering about tho grounds.
"What do you want?" ho asked. The
llttlo man looked at him pathetically.
"Mo washa da wind," 3io said. With n
comprehensive, gesture, which took in all
tho thousands of panes of glass In sight,
Mr, Eyton said, "Here Is da wind!" There
was a sllcnco for ono moment.
"Mo sco da boss!" Plctro gasped, nnd
beat a hasty retreat through tho gate.
Answers to Correspondcntn
Agatha D. Do not placo too much faith
In tho compllmonts of your friends. Only
the acid test of trial will tell whether
you are fitted to bo a photoplay actress.
Tho stage director of tho Lubln Company
Is Lawrcnco McCIoskey.
Phyllis A Spaco prevents tho ntlvlco
you ask about scenario writing. You had
better wrlto to the Scenario Editor, Lu
hln's, asking him for a printed scenario,
which ho will send you free of chnrgo If
you Inclose a self-addressed nnd stamped
Eva M. S. You seem to havo misread
tho article about Mary Plckford. She Is
the wlfo of Owen Mooro, as you say. In
vostlgntlon falls to discover nny truth In
tho rumor thnt sho has two, or oven one
WHAT'S DOING TONIGHT
i 3 t
Sunday Revival. Tabernacle, 10th and VIns
to., 7:1)0 o'clock. Free
I.lncoln binquet. Sons of
Walton. 7 o'clock.
Artists' nlxht. Academy of
the Fine Arts.
Dinner, P. It. It. Veteran Hmplojen'
ciaiion. j-aritway uuuainK. o ciocK.
American Piutesnt Asioclatlon. Ecllevue
Stratford. 8 o'clock. Free.
I'htUilflDhla Orchestra. Academy of Muslo,
Pounders' day colebratlon. Temolo Univer
sity. Horticultural Hall. 0 o'clock.
Dinner. Robert Morris Chanter. D. A; It..
Mathemntlcs Teachers Association. Drexel
Institute. T o'clock.
University extension lecture, drlfllth Hall.
cast, Including Mme. Farrar and MM. Mar
tlnellt and Amoto, the newest of operas, by
Giordano; S p. m., at the Opera House.
THURSDAY, February SB Final concert of
tho New York Symphony Orchestra, 'Walter
Damrosch conducting, and Mr. Hofmann as
the assisting artist.
Home of World's Greatest
4 TIMES DAILY
AFTERNOONS, 1 and 8 lOo and lBo
EVENINGS, 7 and 8 10c, 15c and 23o
Owing to the Tremendous Demand
Will Be Continued for
One Week More
You Can See It at the Opera
House All Next Week
Bat Engagement Positively Ends
Saturday, Feb. 20
District of Columbia
Elmcndorf s New
Dwlght Etmendorf, artist, musician,
traveler and raconteur, will return to the
Academy of Muslo next Friday evening,
when he will offer the first tOpto in a new
cycle of travel talks, which he describes
as "Five Ideal Circular Tours," "Around
the World Through the Panama Canal"
will bo tho first subject. In this travel
talk Mr. Etmendorf will touch only the
points of novel Interest, avoiding detailed
treatment of the various countries which
have already been presented In separate
travel talks. This all-sea route of J2.709
miles will Include new scenes In Madeira,
glimpses of Port Said, the Canal nnd
Aden, India, Burma, Singapore, Hong
kong, Canton n cruise through tlie Inland
sea of Japan, and of Hawaii and the
completed Panama Canal, The travel
talks will be given In two courses, on five
Friday evenings and flvo Saturday after
noons. Other lectures In the course, will
be, "Around tho Medltcrraneah," "Around
Northern Europe," "AroUnd Southern
Europe" and "Around tho United States."
Not only was she n woman
wronged, but a woman whose
very lire was threatened, be
cause sho stood In the way of
tlie man whose son she bore.
But you must see this play
sffe WORLD FILM CORPORATION Presents
to rall Its argument on lh suffrage
"The Wrong Girl"
"Tho Exploits of
Dth Episode .
Ami Travel Plcttir-s
Frederick dc Belleville
In a Shubert Feature
"A. Daughter of
In Israel Zancwlll'a Great
est Novel and Play
"The Children of
Vivian Martin, Charles
Lew Fields' Greatest Stage
Coming fEv?r Robert Warwick In "Alias Jimmy Valentine"
MON. TUES. TVED.
OTHER COMEDY AND DRAMATIC SUBJECTS
FIVE PERFORMANCES DAILY AT 1, 3, B, T, 0 P. M.
MON. AND TUES.
"His Last Dollar"
WED. AND THURS.
OTHER COMEDY AND
MAT. 2 P. M. EVO, 0:80 TO 11 P. M.
PHILADELPHIA'S ritJai: PllOTUrjjA.1 TJliiATJtE. CAPACITY 2000.
Today, First Showing in This City, George Kleine's Production
STOP THIEF, Featuring MARY RYAN
FRANCIS X. DUSHMAN In
"THE DATTLE OF LOVE"
& Keystone Comedy Films
MON. AND TUES.
WM. FOX Presents
"Tho Walls of Jericho"
A Modern Flay..
Second Episode of
"RUNAWAY JUNE." and
"The WlnOQsome AVMnw"
3 Performances Daily. Matinee
Special Concerts by the
SELECT PHOTOPLAY THEATRE
ABOVK BOTH STREET
S3d St, and
ft Tulpehocken St.
63d 6t. nnd
BELOW I.KHI01I AYENCB
Qermantoirn At, and School Lana
DcToted to PARAMOUNT 1'ICTUItEa
Hear the famous ITopc-Jonrs I'lpe Orran
4Ist SU nnd
HAVE YOU BEEN FOLLOWING THE
PROGRESS OF ZUDORA IN THE
BETTER THAN EVER
JAMES CRUZE and MARGARET SNOW
Have always been Screen Favorites; in the $20,000,000
."MYSTERY they are Screen Idol
Instston Your Nearest Theatre Showing This
Serial of Serials
BPOKIN6J3 MAY BR OBTAINED FROM, ,
Thanhouaer Syndicate Corpomtlon
PETER H, QLg
MODEKTT SCXRttOB ttVXOJim
The first of a new er(es of di lec
tures on modern science In the retufaf
course of the University Extension Co
clety will be glveh by Dr, Samuel Cj
Schmucker at Qrimth Hall tonight ntiil
tho five successive Thursday evenings be
ginning February 1J. The lecturer"-' will
trnco tho formation of planets from gwte
into habitable globes and show how as
tronomy changes Infinity from n. vairu
and awesome thing Into som-thing the
layman can understand
Barrist & Co.
2li North 8th Street
Sell Profitable! Picture Theatres
miCES $00 to IIOO.OOO. Both phones.
NINTH & MARKET STS.
ALL NEXT WEEK
Continuous 10 A. M. to 11 P. M.
wmw0Ww.iW."?mf.. '..'. imyttiify
I rroducetl under the Auspices
of the National I
I American Woman's Eultrase Association.
drama, the tsnsltr of Us story,
B2D AND LOCUST STREETS
rhotoplays for People Who Discriminate
HEAR TUB I1S.0OO KIMBALL ORGAN
WITH Tlin HUMAN VOICE
In the Great Broadway
A Society Drama
"For Another's Crime"
The Fnblc of the People
B2D ABOVE MARKET STREET
thtJrs. fri. sat.
FRI. AND SAT.
SAT. CONTINUOUS. 1:30 TO 11 P. M.
WM. FOX Presents
Dorothy Donnelly and
Richard Bushier In
Based upon the play.
at 2:30, Evenings at 6:45 and 9 o'clock
Tioga Symphony Orchestra
IAfiT OPPORTUNITY TO SEE
GREAT BPECTACTJIAIt PRODUCTION
William Farnum in SAMSON
THE GILDED FOOL x&V&yr
Lillian Russell in "WILDFIRE"
Magnet of Paradise, For His Honor
Master Key, Price of Crime
Nell, of the Circus oEcion,?NEn
O. M. AKDKUaON, "Broncho BtUr In."
"THE TELLTALE HAND" s g.
And BIG KEYSTONE BILL
MABEL TALIAFEIUtO XN .
THE THREE OF US
MANY OTUEIt GOOD TIOTUItES
Booked Thro the Stanley Hooking Co.
The Wrong Girl
ZUDORA Other Features
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