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EVENING LEDflEK-PHTKAft-rcTTPTrTA-. SATURDAY, MABOH 25 4916.
THE CARTOONISTS SUBMIT TO CENSORSHIP
TOVLANP HM VADES THE SCREEfr
Jlirrv Saturday and here and there
thronon the tree; the Etexi.mi XjIctcir'sj
Photoplay Uan-AbOnl-Toton chat lolth the
rnouc jnn ncorir inc Jcronnmic ircmna.
flCIOrtOOrlOOd liroircf ami inr jums
for the compute and accurate
program of the comtna v rcU ace the Vho
iopiav Chart in Monday's Etssivo I.irxirn
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lit "" r PW mal H ml Illv l"lttFH hmii
iHt i niN ikr JSP IB-JKW' IB wB W1K B MrSiEr I
1-ll.nr .InmCS. Ji W. Binder nnd
the principal comic people of the
feflie Little Minister" and
Adams, ana ".a worm
to Coming "Week
tisOXD "Tho Little Minister," with
Aula Lecht Kirk" whlla sho was masquerading ns a gipsy. Tuesday after
noon, perennial "Peter Pan."
17B10 "A World of Pleasure," with
'Collins nnd Hart, Helen uoir ana hosio
! muslo by Kombcrff, words by Attorldgo
TTLE THEATRE Stago Society In
iTjpastor Stokes; "Tho Wedding Night," by
Maeterlinck, and a ciuncac pantommo uy Fioronco Dernstoln, staged by Frank
Buchanan. Friday nnd Saturday nights.
ffALXUT "Kilkenny," with Fisko O'Hara. Return engagement of the Irish
Ktor In Ills latest insn piay.
GOXTIXVIXG PLAY a
VAVBLPHI "Nobody Home," with Law-
li renCft urosamun. v. umsicui tumtuy
H from the Anglo-American Allies. Good
tnUSlC, lair pook, oxcciiuui uumeuy
OiRRICK "It Pays to Advertise," with
IOUlss Drew, uranc iUitcneii ana uen
Johnson. A novel farco with much fun
ISORREST "Ztegfeld Follies of lDlli,"
Wlin inu. V.miU, wen .ri.ii.uto ..in. ..i.t
West. Hero wo find the scenery by
Joseph Urban and the usual sort of
Zlegfeld nhow by the usunl people.
'UTILE THEATRE Tho sevonth bill of
the State society, lonigni oniy. ino
bill Includes "Passion, Poison and
"Petrification," by George Bernard
Shaw: "Riders to tho Sea," by John
M. Syngo: "Impudence-," by Itaoul
Aurenhelmcr; "I Should Say So," by
James Montgomery Flagg: "Tho Guest,"
by Lord Dunsany. A bill of varied
moods and tenses.
WTAHLBY -Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday "Auurcy," wun .rauune Fred
erick. Thursday, Friday and Satur
day "The Sowers," with Blanche
VICTORIA Monday and Tuesday, "The
Flying Torpedo, with John Emerson.
Wednesday and Thursday, "Honor's
Altar, with Bessie Barrlscalo. Friday
and Saturday, "Her Great Price," with
fXROADIA All week. "The Moral
Fabric," with Frank Mills. A Trlanglo-
n Aay jsee mm aeminK wun u bpx prou-
PALACE Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday, To Have and to Hold," with
Mae Murray anil Wallace Reld. Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, "John Need-
ham's Doublo," with Tyrono Power.
KEITH'S Melville Ellis and Irene Bor-
oom, iorannm, 4icKnnm aim compuny
In "All Wrong"; Ball and West In
"Since the Days of 'CI"; Norton and
Lee In songs and dances; DanlcH and
Conrad, musicians; Captain Gruher and
Mile. Adellna, Marguerite Farroll, Mile.
Vera Sablna. tho Alexander Brothers,
Grand "Follies," Tidbits of Vaudeville.
Edwin George, Falko and Maxon,
Queenlo Duncdin and Aerial Hddys.
19L0BE James J Corbett. tho Fe-Mall
Clerks, Suo Hlgglns and company In
"Politics"; AValton and Golden. Three
Norrl.q KIstir. Allrn Tlnnson. Nenland
i and company in "The Fixer"; .Too
'Lannlgan, tho Duflln-Hedcoy Troupe,
The Magic Kettle
CR08B KEYS First half or week. "Tho
; Garden of Mirth," "Miss Thanksglv
, Ing," Colonel Jack George, Valentino
Fox, Phllbrlck and Devcau, Delia and
' Ollss. Second half of week, "Tho Gar-
den of Mirth." "The Raw llecrult." Wil
; con and company In "Uunnlng for
S Office," Amanda Gilbert, Ford nnd Pow-
'ilfSACU.V "The Devil." The Arvlno
1 players In Franz Molnar's play, with
Ruth Robinson and George Arvlno in
; he leading roles.
UHWKERBOOKER" l''ool There
Was." The Knlckerbocktr players In
Who returns to the Walnut next
Week with Fiska O'Hara in
Eratloutj from fceccdli fata
"' IUJ.1 'I .
Arthur Leslie, nflirink nf ihrt Mntinn
American press. The Dramatic Mirror's
i artists and newspaper men.
A1CYY lUlO Ull
"Peter Pan," With Maude
oi rieasure," Aaa interest
New Feature Films
Maudo Adams. A play of Scotch life by
Clifton Crawford, Conroy and Lc Marie.
Qtunn. A Winter Garden Show with
and staged by J. C. Hoffman.
four now productions, "In April." by Koso
Peter Nanson; "The Blind," by Mnurlco
Porter Bmorson Browntfs play, with
Emily Smltey as the Vamplro.
DUMONT'S Dumont's Minstrels. In sa
tires on matters of current Interest.
FORREST "Como to Bohemia."
IiROAD"The Wooing of Eve," with
LYRIC "Alone at Last."
Mr. Megrue's Low-Brow
Reason for Writing
Onco In a while there springs up In our
midst a clever writer, who Is also frank,
and such a ono Is Rol Cooper Megrue. If
any holy purpose Impelled Mr. Megruo to
write "Under Cover," the world lives and
will continue to llvo In happy Ignorance
of It. If any haloed fay visited him at
midnight or whenever It Is that haloed
fays pay their visits and commanded
him to bring forth "It Pays to Advertise,"
the countryside has not been decorated
with thq fact in four colois, nor has there
been mention of It In the papers. Tho
truth Is that Mr. Megruo closely resem
bles everybody else. In tho language of
tho streets, ho may be, described ns a
"regular feller." Ho Bmokes clgarottea ;
his hair Is short He wrote "Under Cover"
nnd "Under Fire," In order that ho might
havo cigars and automobiles,- and ho
doesn't mind admitting It.
Not many peoplo who wero graduated
from collego In 1903 as was Mr. Megruo
havo attained aB has Mr. Megrue tho
enviable distinction of seeing their first
two plays drawing crowds to two Broad
way theatres at ono and tho same time.
Tho sense of humor, coupled with native
wit, Is ono of his greatest assets. In "Un
der Cover." the comic relief Is worked In
to splendid ndvantage It makes for a
sort of doublo suspense. There Is the
suspense created by tho rapid and com
plicated action, augmented by the sudden
unoxpectedncss of humorous twists which
spring unheralded from situations of ap
parent gravity Tho audience never knows
how soon It will laugh next, and la thereby
kept constantly alert.
"It Pays to Advertise" also keeps Its
audlenco awake. Laboled a farce. It Is,
of course, only natural that people should
expect It to be funny. They are not dis
appointed. It Is funny and, what is more
Important, its humor swings healthily
along without tho use of beds, siphons,
tangled matrimonial relations or sudden
thumps on tho back.
One feature common to both plays Is
Mr. Megrue's use of the element of sur
prise. Time nnd again he deceives his
audience, after tho method of tho novelist,
rather than of tho playwright. With
amiable nonchalance ho shatters the
dearly beloved conventions. But no mat
ter how mournfully technicians may de
ploro It, they cannot deny tho effective
ness of this device under tho author's
Mr. Megruo has arrived. There Is
nothing accidental about It. He has won
success after years of hard, painstaking
work. As proof of thl3 It might ba In
teresting to state that he wrote 11 acta
for "It Pays to Advertise" before he got
three which suited him. He may not un
fold any great spiritual message for the
benefit of an erring people, but he thrills
will be delighted to ooze myself Into the
party, regardless of your personal inctlna
and amuses them,
He or the who valuer hit future too highly to entrutt to othtrn
mutt carve well hit awn dettiniet.
So, if the Job you expect doetn't come your Way, ttart eome
thing in your own behalf.
There it no better-paid potitian for the amount of Work re
quired today than th,at to be found in motion picture writing.
Our Mr. Daniel Ellis, former Scenario Editor at Lubin'a,
xoill be nlad to interview you. and explain our terpia for private
instruction and revision of manuscripts. His entire time is now
devoted to this field.
Stamped'addresned envelope for full particutarM,
The Penn Motion Picture Agency
26 South 15th Street,
CrM-L. AND SEE ME
PiMui-n Tt.....,l r rii.J .i.l
interpretation of the recent din-
When Immortal "Peter
Pan" Was a Sorry
"l'oter Pan" Is now such an cndurln
success of the centuries, welcomed when
ever Maudo Adams revives It. that hardly
one playgoer In a hundred renllzos that
there was a time when certain Now York
ers wero ready to put It down ns a Broad
way failure. Tho critics guessed wrong,
nnd the first night audience guessed
wrong Mr. Woolcott, of tho Now York
Times, Is responsible for exhuming this
skeleton In America's theatrical closet.
It was on the night of November 5.
1305, that "Peter Pan" wns played for tho
first time In New York. It had been pro
duced triumphantly In London the year
before, nnd finite a fever of expectancy
awaited Its coming to New York The ar
resting poster with lis "Do You Believe
In Fairies?" bedecked tho billboards of
Manhattan, and sleepy llttlo messenger
bojH curled up In tho corner of tho Em
pire lobby waiting nil night for the begin
ning of tho box olllco salo. But the news
from tho road was disheartening. Wash
ington evidently did not bcllovo In fairies,
and Buffalo was cold to "Peter Pan " On
the opening night in New York, n polite
nnd unfiled nudlenco laughed and ap
plauded loyally hut at disconcertingly
Tho author of "Tho Legend of 'Peter
Pan' " with whatever of rcluctnnce or
malice may color his disposition must
wrlto ono inexorable chapter deioted to
tho collapse of tho New York reviewers
Some there wero who responded gayly
to tho appeal of tho play, but thero wero
others who did not respond at all. Now
listen to this oracle:
Mr. llnrrle. In the excean ot hla facettoufl
nesa, hns aepn flt nnco more to mintlty hia
audience, nivl If "l'oter Pan" falli to bo a
protonKed miccr.ia here, tho blnmo must be
laid entirely at his door It Is not only n
mjBtery hut n great disappointment
n conglomeration of haldordaih. cheap molo
ilrnma and tlilrd-rnto oxtraviiKansa. From the
benlnnlnic of Its second net. It Invariably ehal
lonprps comparison with plays like "Tho wizard
of Oi" and "Habes In Toylaml," nnd It xalla
to show either tho Bnnn or fun or childhood
hlch marie. loth pieces a delight to children
of nil ages r0r an nrtlat of Maude
Adams' standing, this play seems like a wnate
of tlmo. And Incidentally. If "Toter Tan" Is
a play at all, It Is n. ery bad one
Tho most famous critic of them all, both
a bettor and an older soldier, spoko half
patronizingly of the piece and described
It ns a fantasy "that sometimes runs Into
puerility," while still nnothcr opined:
Although Its novelty will doubtless catch the
town, inu inlKht imagine, after the charm ot
Its delightful first act has worn on", that Mr.
Harris had finished "A Midsummer Night's
Dram" by Bettlmr up out of the wrone side
of the dramatic bed.
It Is amusing to remember that tho first
few enthusiasts who proselyted In tho
fortnight before the tide turned and tho
play began to win Its way wero regarded
by somo as psoudo-lntellectuals, arrant
poseurs. Indeed, for all tho world as though
cheering for "Peter Pan" were like walk
ing down Piccadilly with n tulip or a Illy
In your mediaeval hand.
"Whore." nsked one, "Is tho convincing
spirit? Wh?ro Is tho Illusion? "VYhero Is
tho seductive charm to transport us away
from this workaday world? 'Peter Pan is
diverting but is n..t satisfying."
Where Indeed? But tho sovcrest rebuke
that was administered to tho playwright
appeared In "a morning newspaper" and
contained those bitter reflections:
"Peter Pan" la a riddle to which thera la
no nnaweri It baflled a large and upleul
Maudo Adams house last nlsht. Jlt
(Harris's) Ideas of childlike simplicity are
iudlcrous. They seem to be the funcles ot a
disordered stomach. With tho best
of Intentions. It Is quits Impossible to see any
artistic merit In "Poter Pan." Occasionally It
suggested Jlm-Jams, but never tho lucidity of
mero dope. It was a pity to see
Mlas Adams, with her delightful gifts, wastlnv
herself on such drivel.
Well, tho third-rate extravaganza Is
observing Its tenth anniversary; the fan
cies of a disordered stomach have re
joiced moro than a thousand audiences In
America. Tho Smeo, tho Jukes and tho
Captain Hook among tho unbelievers havo
been pushed Into the sea, and la It fancy
that tho Bound the wind brings from tho
theatre Is the crowning of Peter triumph
ant? Irvine Movie Mascot
The smallest Camera In the world
seven Indies high.
Original Auto ItudUtor Ornament,
also mounted on handsome nickeled
Ash Tray Pin Tray
von 3ITJN TOIt (1IKI.8
A nifty 1'aner Weight, uny style 81.50
postpaid. Bend today to
305 Haas nutldlng-, T.os Angeles, Cal.
.S'." HAS AT
LAST MET THE
"Are motion pictures a branch of the
spoken drama or an Individual art?" Is
, the question which the nuthorltles of tho
stage are trying to ticcnie. uignt nere in
Philadelphia Ib an example of tho dove
tailing of motion pictures nnd tho spoken
VA Wynne and the "Follies of 191B"
I are responsible for a new combination
oi spcecn ana pictures Townra tno close
of tho first half of the entertainment he
comes down the nlsle calling out to the'
stnge manager to lower tho white curtnln
In older that he may begin the directing
of a war drama upon the screen. In which
mnny members of the company partic
ipate Wynne, standing upon the steps
leading to the stage, loudly calls for the
attention of the operator In tho balcony
and with tho scene of a bare 6tago thrown
Upon tho screen begins to call for the
plajers They appear In movie form, nnd
are so well directed that they seem to
look square In Ed Wynne's eyes while go
ing through their parts The monologue
which Wynne uses Is so well timed to
tho appearance of the players that you
are apt to forget you nre not seeing the
making of the real picture Instead of Just
watching the showing of It It Is ono of
tho funniest bits In the entlro "Follies "
Tho nonappearance of a censorship seal
In connection with the film leads to the
question of what right has the Board of
Censors to npprovo or dlsnpprovo the
crucial portion of a show In which motion
pictures play an Important part? In New
York "Pay Day" Is now being advertised
ns a burlesque upon the movie melodrnma
and during tho unfolding of the story
motion pictures arc used to Illustrate tho
Incidents leading up to the spoken parts.
Wilt tho censor use his authority to pass
upon this section of tho play when It
comes hero? Do lecturers who only use
itcrcopttcon slides nnd motion pictures
havo to socuro tho censor's approval?
Those aro a fow of the problems which
now confront the men behind tho drama
and tho solution rests with the public.
James J Corbett. who appears at tho
Globo Theatre next week, will bo tho
guest of Abo L. Einstein, at tho Harry
UUUinDl 12th. Jtorrls Passrunk Ave.
ALHAMdK A Jjat. Dally at 2 ; Ejr. . T ft 0.
Vaudeville fc Param t rictures.
Blanche Sweet in
H. B. Warner in
ADi"YI F f D AND THOMPSON
ArUJLLJ MATINEE DA1LT
DOUHI.15 TP.IANCH.13 MM.
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in
"Hia Picture in tho Papers"
"Better Late Than Never"
tt UEBIRD "ot NOimt Dn0AD ST'
Pauline Frederick in
Dt7 nirYrUT"1 !" ABOVE MARKET
BELMUIN 1 Mats. 1:30 J 3:30. 10c.
E'Vgs 0:30. 8, 0:30, 16c.
Pauline Frederick in
Marguerite Clark in
FAIRMOUNT 9T" ARD ave.
THH ESSANAY FTI.M CO ofjera
G. M. ANDERSON in
THE MAN IN KIM" .
Edna Mayo & Henry Walthall in
Beventn Episode of "MARY PAGE." In 2 acts
FRANKFORD 17U frankI?enie
BESSIE BARRISCALE in
THE UAST ACT"
CHESTER CONKLIN in
"CINDERS OF LOVE"
56TH ST. Theatre "Sgg
Rel Spruce, Evga. 7 to 11
PHILLIPS SMALLEY and
LOIS WEBER in
"HOP, THE DEVIL'S BREW"
COA Q 2d & Mats. 2-3:30 lOo
O&a ( Sansom Hsrs 0:30 to 11 15o
WILLIAM FARNUM in
FIRST WEST FHILA SHOWJNO
GERMANTOWN b50ovn ave!
Mary Pickford in
"Poor Little Peppina"
f Oni7 BffrH A MARKET 2il8-T-9.
ULUDL Hfl.OOO KIMBALL ORGAN
Antonio Moreno in
jvfaB-t-Hfa rij&yx -v-"
Weekly Programs Appear Every
Motion Picture Chart
TIJE MOVIE NUT!
twiin anTCM'tr TiT iminl .rsm""fr V'f i iititjui
Edwards dinner on Tuesday evening. Abo
will also hare charge of the cntirtftlnment.
Tho only thing A. L. E, does not do Is
Manager Scott, of the George Klelno
offices, announces tho Immediate release
of 600 feet of "Mexican Armies In
Peter "Serial" Glenn, of tho Mutual
ofllce, will shortly begin to accept book
ings on tho hew serial, "The Submarine
Hero," made by the American Company,
It Is nlmost Impossible to get acquainted
with the manager of a film company, for
following tho Introduction, a telegram ad
Mses him to leave for another ofllce or
company Censorship helps with the
Tho Victoria program shows a new
feature production for Thursday, and It
Is called "Ditto " Not being able to find
any star or company who mado the sub
ject, we presume Bessie Bnrrlscale, In
"Honor's Allnr," which plays on Wed
nesday, will be held oer.
The Metro production ot "The Soul
Market," featuring Mme. Olga Fctrovn.
wilt bo shown for two days nt the Jeffer
son, beginning Wednesday.
Ida Schnalt, the champion woman swim
mer, will show some of her work at the
Park on Thursday. In the Bluebird play
"The Strange Case of Mary Page" will
begin Its serial career at the Broadway on
Tuesday. It Is based upon a novel Idea
showing the testimony In a courtroom.
This scries of pictures also appear overy
Monday at the Ocrmnntown. where the
eighth chapter will bo shown next week
Tho unusual surrounding company In
support of Hobart Bosworth, In "Two Men
of Sandy Bar," coming to tho Eureka on
Saturday, are welt known for tholr excel
lent characterizations of men of tho
Tho burlesque upon tho news pictures
mado by "Tho Canlmnted Noos" will be at
tho Princess on Tuesday, with number six
of this series
Atthough tho ads read "See Graft every
Wednesday nt tho Market Street Theatre,"
tho Graft meant Is the serial nnd not
bribery as one patron thought
Just before Ethel Clayton left tho
Lubln Company she was featured In "Dol
lars and tho Woman," which nppeared In
story form In tho Green Book Magazlno
under tho tltlo ot "Dollars nnd Cents,"
THE following theatres obtain their pictures through, the STANLEY
IiAoklnr On&Danr. tTbuh. la a guarantee of esrlr showlnrs of the
finest productions. All pictures reviewed before exhibition. Ask far
the theatre In Tour locality obtaining; pictures through the STANLEY
V3llXL 7Tit AND GinATtD AVENUE
TRIANGLE IlILlr onniN JOHNSON In
"THE PRICE OF POWER"
"HE DID AND HE DIDN'T"
Afternoon Children Stairo Contest
p..i Mro-iV,-,, nnoAD ST., etue u
ureat INortnern ueiuiant-n ayes.
H. B. Warner in
IRIS THEATRE 0M8jgg,TON
Bessie Barriscale in
"Bullets & Brown Eyes"
IMPERIAL Theatre Zmufer-
JULIA DEAN in
FORD STERLING in
"HIS FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS"
JEFFERSON 20TH astSeu,tSui,i,in
Kitty Gordon in
"As In a Looking Glass"
LAFAYETTE 29H kens,tnon ave.
Geraldine Farrar in
IPA HP D FORTY-FIRST AND
Madame Petrova in
"The Soul Market"
LI n P 1 T V BROAD AND
iDiiK 1 I COLUMBIA
REGGIE MORRIS and
KATE TONCRAY in
'The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary'
Logan Auditorium bJS&.a,
Marie Walcamp in
r rr TCT MD -AND LOCUST
LAJVUO 1 Mats 1 30 and 3:30. 10s.
Kvgs. O:30. 8, 0:30, 15c.
Valli Valli in
Market St, Theatre 333 Fet
METRO PICTURES Present
MARGUERITE SNOW in
i-DDI417TTnJI GERMANTOWN AND
UKrritUIVl chelten aves.
WM. S. HART in
WILLIAM COLLIER in
"WIFE AND AUTO TROUBLE"
TO FINT5 fi
MY RICHES AKD
iu v i uikivi r
ftiV ftA -I
2sr f, o
n.nrl rmtrnTia nt Ihe R.ivnv irlll hnvn nn
opportunity to view It on Thursday
H. M. S. Kendrtck, manager of the
Falrmount, Insorted a paragraph In his
program which calls attention to tho fact
that tho patrons may request any picture
desired or suggest anything which will
tend to Improve the entertainment offered
there. This Is nn excellent Idea.
The Choralcello Company Is rapidly
completing ono of Its best Instruments
for tho Tioga Theatre, and upon Its com
pletion a special recital will be held with
soloists and selected motlon-plcturo sub
jects. Edith Storey, who will be remembered
for her splendid work In "Tho Christian,"
will be at tho Globo on Saturday In "Tho
Tho unusual program of pictures for
next week nt tho Garden show the popu
larity of feminine stars, for each day's at
traction Is headed by a woman.
Triangle productions aro meeting with
a ready response upon tho part of the
Increased audiences nt tho Frankford,
where they appear for two days next week.
Virginia Pearson, who Is now passing
through the preliminary stages of becom
ing fllindom's greatest vampire, via the
press-agentry route, will ho nt tho Cedar
nnlFMT "2D ft -WOODLAND AVE.
-TVll-ilN 1 nnlly Mat , 2. Ec , 0:30 to 11.
Charles Cherry in
DAI AfC 1214 MARKET STREET
ITJrLUK,C jo a. M. to 11:15 P. M
Jeanne Iver in
PAPK" RIDGE AVE . DAUPHIN ST.
.HIXIV jat 1 to 3 and 3 to fl.
Hxenlnrir n 30 to 11
Pauline Frederick in Bella Donna
'STRANGE CASR OF MARY rAOE' Fcnturlns
Henry B. Walthall & Edna Mayo
Adele Blood in
"The Devil's Toy"
8w "The Girl and tho Game" very Thurndny
PTAT TTI GERMANTOWN AVE.
1X14.1- IVJ f TUU'EIIOCKEN ST
Fritzi Brunette in
"Unto Those Who Sin"
RETIPNT 1031 MARKET STREET
L,uu 1 ilJM.V V(
l.V VOICE 0J04.V
Robert Warwick in
'The Supreme Sacrifice'
RI1D V MARKET STREET
J D 1 1IEI.OW 7TK STREET
HAMILTON REVELLE and
BARBARA TENNANT in
"The Price of Malice"
Pauline Frederick in
METRO PICTURES Present
Julius Steger in
"The Blindness of Love"
TJQQ A 1TTK & VENANGO BTS.
Theodore Roberts in
VlfTORIA MARKET ST.
V IV 1 VJIV1.M. ABOVE NINTH
Mary Miles Minter ,n "Wx
SSf E "Village Blacksmith"
Authentic French War Pictures taken on the
Flrlns Line "Homewhtro In France," "Stranco
Case of Mary PaBe" every Wed. and Tburs.
STANLEY UAKKET ABOVE 1CTK
continuous Hazel Dawn
n.i5A.M.to iioAW iawu
l:15 I M IN
Dolla arc the latest mcvio stars.
The Paramount Corporation has
put them into ingenious littlo
photoplaylcta aa a featuro of ita
"Pictographs," now shown at tho
Stanloy. "Trickids" is their
on Wednesday, In "Tho Writing on tho
Mary PIckford, who Is to appear at tha
New York Hippodrome for a special act
on Sunday, will bo on tho Bluebird's
Bcrecn next Saturday In "The Foundling."
flRANn 82D and MARKET BTS.
VJI..r-Vli!L JtAT DAILT. 2 P. M.. Be,
RED FEATHER TEATURB
Hobart Bosworth in
OVERBROOK 03D "SAvm
Mary Pickford in
fiAFrsFlVJ r'311 LANHDQWNE AVE.
J.M.IVj-E,1N jfAT . 2. EVC. 0:3
Marguerite Clayton in
"Vultures of Society
EUREKA 40TU MARKCT STa
Red Feather Photoplay riRST SitOWIKO
RROADWAV r,2D ana GREENWAT
OIXJU VV 1 Adulta 10c; Children Be-
"The Missing Links"
'Because He Loved Her'
Broad Street Casino DnoIB,I",
Matinee 2 30 Eventnc 0-15. 8:15 and 0:30.
CHARLES PERLEY in
TOMINO MONDAY "Grin of Jealousy"
IlILI.li: REEVES COMEDY OTJIER3
fCMTT IRV ERIE AVE & MARSHALL
C11 1 lll.l MATINEE DAILY
H. Cooper Cliffe in
"A Parisian Romance"
In Six Acta "GRAFT"
PT A 7 A BROAD AND PORTER
L, .Ml JU f fiTRE
Kitty Gordon in
"As In a Looking Glass"
Five Acts "GRAFT"
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William Farnum in
Ctiiomiplmnna THEATRE 17TII
George Beban in
"The Pawn of Fate"
STRAND Irrn AND Q,IlABD AVB
WILLIAM FOX Presents
"The fourth Estate"
Featuring RUTH BLAIR and
T 1 1 TVI R C FRONT ST AND
J U 1YI D U CSIRARD AVENTja
"Scars and Stripes Forever"
IN TWO PARTS
"The Kingdom of Noseyland"
IN THREE PARTS
I'LL PUT AY
GO IN PARSER