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mAKR It from Florence Bllllngb. who la
,JL balnff featured In Ills fli-at Imerlcan
' .motion-picture) production, (feminine
Hhotoptny fan will bo wild over VJcoruos
Crpentler. Tim French rlRhter' Is the
ntnr of "The Wonder Man," whW will
be seen nt tho Victoria next week.
"It'n n. RTiod Job ho tnnrrled beforo
he reached these) shoron." unlit Mtas mil
Intra to nn Intorvlowor In the studio
when the. production tvna beliiR mnde
"Hti'ii an awful hcartbrenkcr."
"Why do you say that?" she was
"Why? IHjk at him. He Is a great,
big wholesome boy and the very tyn
that women ravo about. That's why I'm
ravine. . .
"There's eomethlnK fnsclnatmg about
him. even In tho very fact that he
speaks so Ilttlo Kncllsh. It's tho first
time In1 my llfo that I ever regretted I
didn't Btudy Trench.
"Oeorgcs Carpentlcr Is ono of tho best
products of France, and France has
fumed out somo wonderful productions
More than that. I like him because he
Is more proud of his bride than he Is ot
his pugilistic reputation, and that's
going some wlfrrr one has a reputation
PERHAPS tho movla director was
V CUriUUB IU m.M iiu IV iivum -v.
in hnvA n nmmlnrint film star as
cnauuour n nn.v run.. "cn ""'";
Jleffron, who handled the filming of
Itobcrt Warwick's .now picture. "The
Cltv of Masks," nt the Arcadia next
week, saw the star dressed In the trim
Uniform that his characterization of the
hero required him to wear, tho director
ncted upon a sudden Impulse.
"Sav, I've a hurry errand to do down
town," he said to Mr Warwick. "How
abou' driving me down Just for a. lark?"
"You bet !" conceded the star with a
Some mlnutptf later hejsteered the big
machlno neatly alongside the curb In
front of a prominent Is Angeles store,
nnd gravelv opened the door for Mr
Heffron. Then Mr Wnrwlfck lit a cigar
ette and leaned nonchalantly against tho
machine to wait
All the time a fusav old getitleman had
been eyeing him from n limousine across
tlfe street Flnallv he made tip his mind
and leaving his own machlnciapproached
"Young man " he said. "I lon't want
to seem to lure you from your present
rmployer But 1 am In need of a good
chauffeur and ou are a fine looking
fHow What would you say to working
for me' I pav "
"Im sorrv, sir," Interrupted Mr. War
wick, restraining a smile, '"but 1 am
under contract to my present employer
nnd couldn't think of breaking it."
And tho old gentleman, as he re
crosed the street, probably wondered If
It had come to pass that one must sign
contracts it It his chauffeur before
HERSCHKL MAYALI fairly radiates
personality II portras Jacques
De Farge fn "A Tale ot Two Cities"
' nt the Itegcnt next week, with William
Farnum as the etar. In speaking ot
Acting before the camera. Mr. Mayall
"Always 1m natural In overy scene
I try to work myself Into the condi
tion which I nm trvtng to picture. I
seek some object for wrath, off stage,
nnd trnnsfer my anger to the one with
whom I nm working In a ccnc. This Is
THK title of Harold MacOratha pic
ture. "The Mollycoddle," In which
Douglas Fairbanks will be seen at tho
Metropolitan Opera House for the first
tlmo In Philadelphia, calls to mind the
vigorous ocabulnry of the late Colonel
' Roosevelt, who used the term to describe
m la a .. .!. I'linm it a
Inane, foppish and weak-splned males
Who avoided their obligation to liomn !
nnd country screened under trie direc
tion of Tom fieraghty, the picture gies
promise of being the best of the Fair
banks visualizations yet made
It Is a story filled with those Mac
Grath surprises of thrilling adenture
which lend themselves peculiarly to the
moving picture and the strenuous abil
ity and agility of Mr Fairbanks He
nppears In the character of a llrhMng.
two-fisted American who has lled in
Thirope all his life, where h meets with
other adventures, Americans, notables
nnd rivals for the affections of a charm
ing American g.rl. who shanghais him
aboard a yacht
HKI1C are some nutshell facts about
"The Ke.s of the. World." now
running at the Chestnut Street Opera
Cinema .production the work of Clune
part producer of "The Clansman" ("The
nlrth of a Nation") nnd sole producer of
It is In ten sections, and Its presenta
tion consumes nn entire afternoon or
Was six months In the making
The story greatlv amplified for the
creen by the author. Harold Bell
Author nctHelv assisted In person In
puttltng his characters on the screen.
Is a tale of romance and adventure
Is photographleallv a panorama of
California's outdoor glories
Book hss had a sale of iron than
ONE of the most important announce
ments coming from the Fox Film
Corporation states that Emil Chautard.
French director has been added to the
Fox staff M Chnutard's artist's skill
in tho staging r,f successful productions
in the silent drama has brought him an
His first snecinl films will he n rlea
of detective stories Fantomas," hasod
on fantastic and nnsti.il tiles bv Plerr
Souvestre and Mnrcel AlHin Th ,.,,,'
-t." .-.".. . .:" - "-
r do uvfniv.si' stories n hii
Not onlv has William Fo enc.iired M
Chautard. but in bringing this French
man under his trnde.mnrk the organiza
tion Is also increased bv the addition of
the director's entire staff of cameramen,
art nnd technical experts, cutters, prop
erty men ami assistant directors.
VINIE DALY, SINGER
Once-Noted Dancer Now a Vaude
ville Prima Donna
Several years tigo Vlnle Da v one n'
th Pnlv f,imllv of theatrical fnn e uas
winnliitf celebrltv us a dancer She mad.'
ji-i him iMMienrniirp on 1110 sMge in this to the aireadv long list of amusements
countr with her mother. I.izz'e Palv. di vised for pari; patients Music-lovers
one of the best dancers of her da I.i'tlo continue to enjov the concerts of the
Time Paly u.ih attracting attention as Rodla Concert Band This organUa
li dancer wIiiIh still a child and was t,,n headed bv Gluseppo Bodla, has
rcatui-fd nn many prominent Ii,i!h lr ojtnhl'shed Itself In the front rank of
w-as while dancing that she contracted nark concert bands
the habit of singing an accompaniment Katlirvn Wvle remains as soloist
to her stepping, and disclooeil a voice of , This young Philadelphia soprano pns
auch qunlitv that l.er mother was per- hesses n voice of rnngn nnd flexlbllltv
suaded to stop dnm nig and take her . .reworks will continue a feature Frl
uaugbter abroad for stud I ,jay nights
Only short tune afterward Vlnle I
Dalv began her i.u.er as an opera -- - -
Singer, appearing at the Uova! Opera,
Bucharet and t lit n with Ilatnmersicin a
opera roni,uni in l.nnlon Slie gao up
fljtnt ing aiirl limn h,'r return to Aintr
Ica a slimi tunc ago rn'orcd Miudeiille
scoring with b, r ,.ice as she had do n '
In form, i , us y 'li lihi dii'icmg Miss
Dalv Ij lr, Ik one of the featurrs tl'
Keith s nest w, ri off, ring a program of
hlgli-cliss oial t-rhitluns !
7 0 Ste, SOp. 75a
V'l'AV AM) NKXT WKHK
Mae Murray & Hobart Boaworth
IN INITIAL rPESENTATION OJ
A MORMON MAID
Added World's Oteatest Motor Itacs
Lnat 3 Shows Ma",
JHE UlU i'licnui'l V Or THIS hKAbON
MtVsctton DOl'GLAS FAIRBANKS
" In 'THK MOLLYCODDLE"
THE JANE P. Vf MILLER"
riUVATE LESSONS DMUX
CINO .. PHTHICAL, OULTtmjl
wftfcws mmuwtMi nnm.twuui
i'r . a li - . r.n
jiatA St."VTLXt THE
FIOHTINO SHE.PHERDE"JS PALACC
Guide to PIlOtOplaYS
on View Next Week
PALACE -The Fighting Shepherdess."
with Anita .Stewart. Edward Joso
directed tho story by Caroline Iock
hart. which shows an Innocent woman
fighting to clear her name of a, village
scandal. Noah Beery, Wallace Mac
Ponald and Walter Long are In the
ARCADIA "The City of Masks." with
Kobert Wnrwlck In the role of n
wealthy man who acts tho flpnky to
a lot of" titled peoplo who become
themselves In the evening, although
hv day they are lust workers. Thomas
Hoffman directed from tho story by
Oeorge Barr McCutcheon.
VICTORIA "The Wonder Mnn" Is tho
Initial offering showing Oeorges Car
pentlcr. the pugilist. Fnlro BInney Is
tho leading lady. The story deals with
the French secret sen-Ice. although
allowing n lot of footage to show tho
star ns a tisnter.
RKRB.Vr "A Tale of Two Cities," with
William Farnum. Is a revival of nn
CAPITOL "Mrs Templo's Telegram."
with Brnnt Washburn, first half of
week "Nurse Marjorle." with Mary
Miles Mintor. latter half.
GREAT XORTUERS "The Woman
pives" with Norma Talmadge.
COLO'S! AI. "The Greatest Qusstlon,"
with Lillian rilsh. "Duds." with Tom
Moore, latter half.
IMPERIAL "The Woman fSnme," with
Elaine Hammcrsteln "The Bight of
Way." with Bert Lrtell, latter half.
MARKET STREET "The Stolen Kiss."
with Constsnci Blnne. "A Xlanhat
tun Knight," with Geoige Walsh, lat
WEST AI.LEGHESY "The Hushed
Hour," with Blanche Kweet. Mon. nnd
Tucs. : "Why Change Your Wife?"
balance of week
LOCVST "On With the nance." with
Mao Murray and David Powell.
RIVOLI "The Virgin of Stamboul,"
with Trlscllla Dean
BKLMOXT "The Park Mirror" with
Dorothy Daltcin. "Simple Souls." with
Blanche Sweet, latter half
JVMRO "Brothers Diwded ' with
Frank Keenan, Mon : 'The Harvest
Moon," with Doris Kenon. Tues ,
"The Web of Deceit." with Dolores
Casslnelll, Wed. : "A Daughter of the
fjods," with Annette Kellermann.
Thurs. : "Tho Cost." with Violet
Hemlng, Frl. and Sat.
STRAXP "Why Change Yom Wife-"
with Mclshan nnd PanleW "Parts
Green," with Charles Ka, latter half
CEDAR 'The Sagebrusher," with Boy
Stewart. Mon nnd Tues . "Paris
Green." with Charles Ba. Wed. and
Thuts. : "The Virgin of Stamboul,"
with Prlscllla Dean. Frl. and Sat.
COLISEUM "Souls Adrift" with Ethel
Clayton. Mon and Tues ; "Trilby,"
with Clara Kimball Young, Wed. acd
Thurs.; "The Westemets," Ft I and
LEADER "Rio Grande." with Rose
mary Theb, Mon. and Tucs. "Why
Change Your Wife?" last four days.
M ETROPOLITAX "The MolI eoddle."
with Douglas Fairbanks shows that
comedian ns an American living m
England for a time Much fun Is
found In his "-tunts at Monte t'urlo
The episodes aboard ship are snld to
be the best he has gien th scteen In
a comeuv wa
, Continuing Pliolnpla.is
STANLEY ' Dr Jekyll nnd Mr Hyde"
tematns another week, with John
Barrymore In the best part and play
seen on the screen this season.
GARRICK "A Morman Maid," a well
screened melodrama of pioneer days
In Utah. Mao Murray has mi effec
TO SING AT WILLOW GROVE
Mendelssohn Club Will Appear With
Herbert Orchestra Next Wednesday
The .Mendelsohn Club will sing nt
Willow Oroie next Wednesday evening,
.1 tl tilt ".'t The I Inh oinMn U .....,l..
nn(l m,lsiP nf ..i,:,.!, ,.,. .ri,." i"
,i, t, f , ) , , , ' ?J "rittc bv
'tie jnte ioctnr (iilclirifct. for many vears
Un,M t U .. :.-. . -.
lender of the 01 cnni.ntinn. linn heon
orchestinteil hv I.lndsey Norden,
conductor of the Huh. and this nrrange
nient will be plavnl by Herbert's Or
chestra as nn nn'oinimnlinent for the
Among the numbers which will bo
sung by the club nr works br Doctor
Gilchrist, Coider, Dickinson, lilumen
thnl, (Jries, 'J'olstynUofT. Krewer, Webbo
New Attractions at Woodslde
The new features added hy the Wood-
Im mannpumrin, 1ia tnnn n,mV. ,
dd to the popularltv of tho park. Tu
maragement has added many novelties
II K.XT N I
i iu run
THE BEST SHOW IN THE COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN I
Sh(IISI) .M FINAL M:K.K OK Till: MUNICAI, KI'.VtJK 1IB LUX 15
THE BIGGEST MUSICAL HIT IN PHILADELPHIA THIS SEASON
HARRY CARROLL & CO.
In "VARIETIES OF 1920"
Harry Miller GRACE FISHER Higgins & Bates
Supported by n Bevy of Broadway Beauties
TIIK rOULK (UKL"
In "FEMIMNi: T5PKH"
im-: or tjii; famous dalv family
Vormerlr nf Hninmersteln'ii Opera rnmpsnr. In Cholep Voenl Selerllotn
RusjcII & Devitt Jack McLALLEN & CARSON May j Three RegaU
KXTIIA ADHKD ATTKAFTIONI 1AW KXTKA ADDKD ATTRACTION
THE'SLIDING, DANCING, SVNCOPAT1NO COMEDIAN AND HIS
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THE CRITIC TALKS
TO MUSIC LOVERS
Weekly Comment on Things Musical in Discriminating
ItR. MAKX OTlEN'DOnFEU hc
cntue perhnps uuduly excited over
the condition of popular music in the
United States itt her address before the
music Tonfcrence ot the Ocuernl
Federation of Women' Clubs nt Des
Moines recently, when she denounced it
ns "unspeakable" nnd declared that
"00 per cent nf it would not he allowed
to so through the mails if it were
The most severe indictment that can
justly be brniiRht nsntnt popular music
is its utter futility. It is composed for
only one thing, nnd that is to sell; it
has no higher purpose nnd is therefore
utterly devoid of nti qualities which
make for permanence. Hut it is by no
means "ttnspenknble" in the sense that
the love scene from Strnuss's "Feuers
uoth," to cite perhaps the most con
spicuous of modern compositions nlong
this line, is unspeakable.
THE enormous fiunueial success at
tending some of the earlier works
in "ragtime" led to n tlood of this stuff
beiug indicted upon an unoffending
tieonle. Hut it is hard to ce ouctly
how musical compositions employing
usually three, or four or nt the most
five harmonic changes and with tho
melodies along the simplest lines, "sim
plest" in botli sens.es nf the word if
you will can be unspeakable. It is the
veriest trash, but there it ends.
The words of many of the popular
songs are generally more offensive than
the music. To designate them ns "dog
gerel" is sheer flnttery, and oftentimeo
they expiess f-ciitiments which, rigidly
censored. vniiM indeed bar them from
the mails. 'Hut the music itself is sim
ply designed to amuse for an hour nnd
then be forgot. The best proof that
it is harmless is in its short life. Who
todnv ever hears nny of the tunes of
which n year or two ngo more thnu n
million copies were sold?
The 1 "nitcd States is still in lis mu
sical childhood. Like phjsirnl child
hood, there are youthful dispones to go
through. Itagtimo is one of these. It
lias ono clement of permanent value, its
rhythms, nnd these have already been
incorporated into some of the classic
works by McDowell, Dvorak nnd other
composers who have achieved perma
nency for their works. Perhaps in n
modified form, but certainly in some
milliner, these will be rctuined when
there shall arise a composer able to
put into musical shape the character
istics of our couutry and thus give us
real America compositions.
In the meantime there need be no
fear. Popular music is not going to ,do
the damage that the music conference
of the Cienernl Federation seems to
think it will. We shall outgrow it and,
like most of the diseases of childhood,
we shall be none tho worse for it, even
if it does us no good.
TIin nnniinl music bill of tho United
States is one of tho heaviest that
the nation pays, amounting in tho ag
gregate to about 5000,(100,000, if the
computation of one of the best-known
d.nnptu of the rnnntrv he taken ns au
thentic. Of couise, tots includes the
music trades, music-mnking Instru
ments nnd machines of nil kinds, so
that the sum. huge ns it is, is "split'
iu n good mnny ways.
The finnncinl rewards to tho itiu
siclun. however, depend solely upon his i
"drawing powers" nt the box office,
nnd they are, therefore, a great deal
larger to the interpretative musicinn
than to tho composer, although it I
obwous that the first could not exist j
without the (.ecnnil. However, it lias
nlwnys been that way and probably ,
always will be.
Frankly, tho salaries alleged to be
paid to many stars of the operntic and
l l.r I'll M'ltl.,.1
A UhM'INIS NOVKI.TV
av nniF.NTAf. coNrr-iTinv of ja.
OP SCREEN AND
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concert stage nre grossly xnggcrntetl,
although they nre unnuestiniinbly large,
nnd nny one who has achieved n full
inenstire of success ns nn executive or
inteipretntive artist need never have
nny sei ions fear of his finnncinl future,
let the income tax soar where it may,
THE singers have usually been the
most successful musicians from the
financial viewpoint, anil this wns due
in the earlier days of tho art, to some
extent nt lenst, to the large gifts which
royalty was nt tlint time accustomed to
bestow upon those singers who espe
cially pleased the royal ears. Thus Fnri
uelli. perhaps (lie greatest singer and
certainly the greatest male soprano who
ever lled. became otic of the richest
men of his tiny, ntid his little "side
trip," to Englund ncttetl him nt the
rnto of S'J.'.OOO each yenr, entirely aside
from what he made in Ituly nnd in
Spain, where he was a great favorite
of the ruleis.
CnfTarclli. also nn Italian mnlc so
prano nnd a contemporary of Fnrinclli,
was another singer who made nu im
mense fortune, so grent, in fact, that
he was able to purchase n dukedom nnd
build himself one of the finest pnlaces in
Italy, something to which a singer could
scarcely aspire today, no mutter how
the gods of gold smiled upon hint.
i An interesting story is told of the
student days of Unffarclli, who, like
Farinelli, was u pupil of old Porporn,
the hnnie Porporn whose boots .!oseph
Haydn, then a penniless German music
student, blacked many years Inter in
exchange for some lessous in counter
point. Porpora had kept Caffnrclli, ac
cording to the story, on the uninter
rupted and unvaried study of n single
pnge of ocnl exercises for.n period of
six years. At the end of this time he
said: "Co, my son; I have nothing
more to tench .ou: you nre the greatest
singer iu Europe."
pOHPOKA's object iu this mny have
-L been to gniu perfect equality of the
voice, or it muy hnve been to humble
the boj's pride, which, ns in the case
of mnny singers of his time, wns Inor
dinate. Traces of this trait, however,
nre still found in some singers and in
strumentalists of the present ilnv. lint
the fact remain thnt thu pupils of J
lorporn were superior to nn.v who pre
ceded or who followed them.
Incidentally, 1'orpoiu himself, who
mnde all this wealth possible, never nc
quired more than a wv humble living
in teaching the great singers whom lie
developed. These nre only two of mnny
cases of singeis who acquired great foi -tunes
from their oices. IJernncclil.
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THE NEW COOLING AND EXHAUST SYSTEM MAKES THEATRE
20 DEGREES COOLER THAN THE STREET
VT COMING "THE FORTUNE TELLER" -q '
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TEMPLES TELEGRAM tOtiWlra
qF NASKS CAOTjaSiAMO NIXOK "THE EYES O THE
- wuRLD, CHESTNUT
"A MORMON MAtOv
Scneslno anil many others might also
Among those who were conspicuously
successfully linnucinlly wns that eccen
tric genius, l'ngnniui, around whose ca
reer more wild tales nnd more mysticism
lins been thrown thnn around any other
in tife history of music. Faganiui left a
fortune conservatively put nt $100,(1(10,
a very comfortable sum even today,
when nothing under seven figures ex
cites even passing comment. Mnuy
other popular idols of tlic violin have
been successful in amassing fbrtunes of
considerable dimensions, nlthough prob
ably nouc up to the present time has
gone far bejotid the l'ngnniui mark.
It must be admitted, nevertheless,
tiiat there have been some musicians
who cared more for their nrt than tl.ey
dill for the money rewards of it. Joseph
Joachim wns one of these. Acknowl
edged as the grentcst master of the
violin of Ids day, he seldom toured and
persistently refused large sums to visit
America, but devoted himself to the nrt
for its own sake, without caring to
mnke much money out of it, and there
have been others, more nrtlst thnn vir
tuoso, who have tnken similar views of
THE composers, however, represent
ing the greutcst form of the musi
cnl ntt, have n highly different story to
tell, nnd few plethoric bnnk rolls have
ever been in the possession of any of
tiieni. rtcunsnan isncn, one pt tun very
greatest musicians who ever lived, left
Ills family inndequntely provided for,
nnd Moart nnd Schubert practically
starved to death. When it is consid
ered thnt the music of theso three men
has brought millions of dollars to the
tills of the publishers, the distribution
of the pecuniary rewards seems hardly
fair. Hut this is part of the price of
being a great genius instead of a popu
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 30
nitsT visit or fasiovs
Italian Lyric Federation
Cliernllrr Alfredo Snlitinrcl. Director
In brldlant production of Verdi's opera
with thu celebra'ed Italian Tenor
NICOLA ZEROLA j
IRENE nONHEUH, Soprano '
VINCENTE BALLESTER, Baritone)
Miixiilflrent fliorim ntnl nuiirrli orchestra i
Tickets from CI to JS,5tl. Il Seats, tl i
iiucvu p ui,' . upsinui streei
25c, 35c, 50c
' D'lt Hit " Inoulrer.
for the Coming Week
'KEtTlVSUMty Carroll and companj,
musical comedy; Itoscoo Inls nnu
band: Vlnlo Daly, clever pbiger.
Claudia Coloman, Impersonator ot
typos ; Davlgnnu'A Cciestlnls ; JncB
McAllen nnd May Corson, skat g
stunts; Itussell and Dcvltt, daring
ncrobnts; Thrco Original Itcgnis,
GLOBE Will Morrlsscy. "Overseas Ile
vuo," musical comedy; "The M
leader." ;-rco comedy; Mdle t"
sidy, black face entertainer: Mile.
Hlalto, dancer; Kltamura .Inns; H'u.
bltt nnd Mnllc, comedians ; I-conara
nnd Tore, songs; Stafford Do now
nnd company, review: ntts aim
ningold, skit; Kdna NIckerson, mu
sical novolty. .
BROADWAY "Oh. Tcddyl" nuiclca
comedy; "The Heart of n Child,
movie; tho Leln Brothers, entertain
ers; Ucleno Colcne nnd compare,
sketch; Musical Miner. "lnd",J,"n'
musical comedy, and movie, owoto
Acres," heads bill latter half of week.
CROSS KEYS "Cinderella," musical
comedy; Fox nnd Ilarton, songs, Al
bert Kcllly nnd company. rome.l'
Foreman and company, drnmaticpiay
let; Claxton nnd Mny. new ""B"
Cycling McNutts. The Hlg 1-rnnz
Troup heads bill latter half
WILLIAM PENS rhtna and com
pany, singers ; Howard I,nngford
nnd Ina Frederick, musical comedy,
tho Tip Top Four, songs; Cornell.
I-cona and Zippy, varieties. Ala
mond nnd Tom Schrnm head bin ,nr
WALTON ROOF Arnold and Florence,
ncrobatlo novelty; Jlersle Gross,
specialty dances: Ann l.lnn. songs
nnd dances; Adelaide Bell, eccentric
dance; Jean Tennyson and pearl
Eaton remain for a second week.
NIXON Roso rtcvue, with Walter
James, Stctl Anderson nnd Mildred
King; Mnllon nnd Chase, comedy net
Frcnr, Haggot and Frcar. baseball
stuff; Cumberland nnd Wnshburn,
bits; Hay and Thomas, patter, nnd
movie. ".Mrs. Temple's Telegram,
with Bryant Washburn. .Too Thomas
Sox-O-Ettos head bill latter half.
GRAND Al White's 1920 Summer
Bovue, featuring Al White. Jr., nnd
his Fifteen Dainty Misses, comedy
and ringing novelty. "His GUI :
Florcnco Hnckctt nnd company, In
"The' Mnke-Bcllcvo Marriage," one-act
comedy by John O. Collins, well
known Philadelphia newspaper man;
Paulino I.orlmer and Jolinnv Car
brey, dancers; Laiscn and St. George,
WILLOW GROVE PARK
LAST DAY OI"
CONWAY AND HIS BAND
GRAND ARMY DAY
l.iint'iiKier Al.. Ilet. lOtli 4IC
Dally 2:15. and Eves.. Iti;
SUst Week o
l.AVrjl'lBn M. ununrntpi
THE TIP-TOP FOUR " ?
i CORNELL, LEONA &"ZIPlg
S First West Philadelphia Hhoulng of
$ IN M17TUO I'lMTtol'I.AY -.). $
THE HEART OFfM
A CHILD" Jt
J ITlI.I, CIIANtii:i TUL'HMIAY
Home of Refined
Rodia's Concert Band
Giuseppe Rodia, Conductor
Free Conrerti Twice Dally
Have You Tried the Thriller and
Fireitnrks Every Friday Evening
tiuu &- .Monte. MutD.:in,i:tH.,u
t.. Mxon-lnllliicer, tieii.Mur.
Next WevkiL wTflTI', ITei'iit
HIS 1920 SUMMER REVUE
with AL W1IITK. .Ir.. utiil
HIS IS DAI.VTi missi:s
Ixirson A.St.lieurce ItolilieWelMin
iiorriKe iiaikell A ( .
"' Lcrlmer&CarbreT 3
riri S;rrv Simn In 1
-.. . -Bona concreto
Cl- -. Ji I'."1' ATr- axui Venan
CV'k'VV Itellirtl liv Itennext
Why Change Your Wife?
Tlittri.. I'rl.. .sut. (II s nY
Seniielt 'onieil llr l.olli
A I 6X1) IT. IIKI.O
6VV'V M.llneeo SilS Y.vr
WANDA 1IA Li:v
Mrs. Trinplr' Telexrum
I'eeU X .Me Intj re.
Frettr, Hncciitt A I'renr
Wnrne, Mnr.lmll 4 linnilr
I'nrt 10 I.OMT CITY
ON WITH TE DANCE
Mae Murray David Powell
ALL STWt ( wr
The J.IOO.OOO piintnnliv. Rurrnunilecl bv
nil the BPlemlnr ot the Knet the Inniiuors
of Its mysterious rltl', nml the Srenlo
womlers of tho Desert" nf Arnhu
The Virgin of Stamboul
'niSCII.I.A DI1W. VALKrr, IIKHKY
AND AN ALL STAIt f.t,T
ItD ST. nbais
Mon.. Tues., Wed. DOUOTIIY DM.TON
THE DARK MIRROR
Tlntrs., Frl.. Hut. ULANt'lli: SWI'.KT
vjvwvitviii bflow mx-TiHni
.Mon., Titrs. r.THl'.L CLAYTON
WED., Tlntrs. t'litrn Kim lull lnuiie
Frl. i. nt.-TIIB WKVrr.UNKUS
"5 T Hivrir.ni and
mtMAXl .Mon.. Tues.
VL.TIiurs. tlms. Ilnv, I'AltIS C.IIEKN
ivi..int. run viitoiN ok htamihh l
Mon . Tues.
iWU.. Illlltk . t
Why .Change, Your Wife?,
Opera Stars In Popular Songs
Hosa I'onsolle, wliono drnmittlo so
prano linn tbrlllcd opera niitllonceH, Rings
thnt simple lovo boiib "Vnlueu" for Co
lumbia JtccordH tills month.
Margaret Itomalnc, Metropolitan star,
lins mailo Columbia records this month
of two messages of love, "Your Kycs
llavo Told Mo So" anil "Deep In My
The New York Metropolitan Opera
Houxo Orchestra plays selections from
Allegheny Season Ends
With tho falling of tho last curtain
MAUKET BtnEET'Ab. 16th
Second and Positively Final
In the rrmount-Artcrft Froduotlon
TO tilts til plstiurts. ts sink Into til depths
' .f. tin and shame and Issts his soul us-toucbjdl
Ata so in, jskrll
earns the rlclous Mr.
Jlrde..a ilsnd leesrnsta.
f. .monster In soul and I
i John Barrrmoro is the I
irreateit lfvlnir aetor
ana inu is tne nnest I
.ii'Nn 2TH r.rnKNi: h'iihikx
WEEK COilMENCINO MONDAY, PEERLE33 FresenU
.IUNK 28TH IlLKT LYTKLL In
llel. Ill 111
NKXT wi:i:k IMKA.MODNT-AKTCRAFT Tresfiits
With LOIS WILSON In Initial Showlnc of
"The City of Masks"
Flcturiied from tho Famous NotsI br Qeorco Birr HeOutchton
JtNK 2HTII i:MMA DUNN In "OLD LADY SI
MarVet Ab. 0th
0 A. M. to
11.13 1. M.
Cornmenelne Monday THE
p&! m THE
A PHOTOPEAY THAT WILL PLEASE BOTH MEN AND W0HEN
June 2Klli I'nullnn 1'reilerlrk In "Tho Woitinn In Itoom 13"
721 MAItKET STItEET
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
Mrs. Temple's Telegram
Ttlth WANDA HAWLEY
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
"NURSE MARJORIE" v
Featurlnc MAIIY MILES MINTER
fierrtiantown Ave Ilelow ('hlen Ale
.Monday, Tiimtlny anil )Vri1nrdnr
D. W, GRIFFITH'S
"The Greatest Question"
Added The Raider Moewe
ThuftdaY, Friday and Saturday
Tom Moore in "Duds"
llHOAD fc HNYDKR Ai:.NLK
Tho Scintillator Musical Comedy
WITn OAST or SINOINQ FAVORITES
A METRO PHOTOPLAY
IN FIRST SOUTH PHILA. BH0WIN0
THE HEART OF
lllTIt . MflllltlH KTB .1 ir. i .. .,
.Monday. Tnediiy nml M'nlnrsilny
MYSTIC HANSON TRIO
A Spectacular Novelty
First South Philadelphia Showlnc
"EVEN AS EVE"
With an all-star cast
BfU. CILANOED THURSDAY
lMBtlrtttflAlLfHllillllil.il lh,i.nd.,.L ! . i 4 ii
UtUM WJWKlUbU lilUUDlAI n -
MEniiyiiM emm. ns
at the Allcxhenv innt.i.1 .. . ' ";
liouso closes for tho fn ,,m W
nbout tliW inl,1ti. ... A?.4!1'"ier, to ,iv
just on.led,"il,o nt .u"'.,Th8 E
?n"t wero given tho b St' VflnS 3
populnr Vnudevllio nets In JSSiofl
wltli feature photoplays ConJunNl
Durlnp tho weeks the Tltouw i. . '
many Improvements will in in J" C,0M'J
which win give Increase wmfoV,11 1
convenience to pntrons. HleHi-F1 i
vino nnti icfituro photopinV.'1SI;.
tlntio tho policy of tho house. ' Ki-
Company of America 1 M
Wcck - rCmmcncing Mo
in "A root, and his money"
oi a inud
in Caroline Lochhart't ttory
of the open range and love
A lono girl who fights unaided for
life, love and honor using; man'
S weapons, out not in man way.
"ALIAS JIMMY VALUNTINIV
TO DAT -
TO II KN '
IDOL OF TWO CONTINENTS
MARKTr STHKET Ilelow IT rll i
In Floturiiation of Dlckem'
"A Tale of Two Cities"
A William Fox Production
Norma Talmadge "wo0Mivrsi.
00th 4 W'ilrut
Woman Game Elaln"lamirritliL.
ti rail 1 Y
CONSTANCE BINNEY, In
"THE STOLEN KISS"
MARKET ttiV AT Jl "" ' 'i -
The sesson's most notable prnU"
A OIOANTIO MUSICAL TRODUCnOM
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
Trayoity of state life A Local Intuit
LATE OF DUMONT'B MIN8TBE"
' OTHER An-rVwOHTU WnHj
Mnndny. Tuesday nnd Wj""
-William Drendel P""nn '
Sig Franz Troupe
Mooern cm;v 'li. biks.
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