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The Mask and Bauble Club of
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY
M Presents
-Jl'LIIS CAESAR**
Gobibki Theater, Frl., May 5,
HtlS P. M.
THHKH
DAYS,
Bejel
:LM0N.,MAY15
Camp MH(> Sk?n Gronnda,
4th St. and Florida Ave.
Om a -? -i Ag ji
THE SHOW OF 10.000 WONDERS
NfWl* ADDEOj
WILD
ANIMAL
CIRCUS
200
TRAINED I
HORSES 1
lOO^^H
1500 PEOPLEl
700 ?&&&'&
ooorsopinatiat^h.
PCBfoanAacu at itf p.m.
QKTKKTAWITJTOnWTHWC
Ticket* on Sale at Lauaburah A
*lro.. 7th HIh Between D and K Sta.
With Eugene O'Brien in
"THE MO W
IM cam
BIRTHDAY GUESTS
and JUNGLE PEST&
j-ywni>.?THl RS."^. J
ETHEL CLAYTOH
In the Finest Vehicle She Has Had
"THE CRADLE"
Comedy?"His* and Make Up"
JSAT."? J
RICHARD
BARTHELMESS
In His Latest Triumph
THE SEVENTH DAY
r. medy, "Stfp This Way"
HSALTO
NINTH ATG
MOORE'S
1
31 TODIT 2:30 P.M.? ALL WEEK?ii a.m. -11 p. m
PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS
A BRILLIANT ROMANTIC MELO
DRAMA OF APACHE DEM, GILDED CAB
ARET, AND THE GORGEOUS HOME$ OF
NEW YORK SOCIETY. LAVISHLY
S TA GED, EX QUI SI TEL Y COS TUMED A ND
PERFECTLY ENACTED
THE GREEN
TEMPTATION
t Good ? ?
Cmimll's The*it*
Ninth At
UT lODAY?MOX.?TiTEa.-^J
SelMntck Present* Incomparable
NORMA
TALMADGE
CHARLES RAY BUYS
LONG-DESIRED PLAY,
"TA1LOR-MADH MAN"
When Mary Pickford sold Charles
Ray the screen rights to "A Tailor
Made Man." it was the first time in
cinema history that one star sold
another a story coveted by both.
Says Ray. "No one can ever say
that the United Artists is a mis
nomer, fbr Miss Pickford ?61d me a
story which she knew had Ions
been the apple of my eye. and with
out making a cent of profit."
Several times in the past?before
"A Tailor-Made Man" passed Into
Miss Pickford's hands?Charles Ray
had negotiated for the purchase of
I the play, but had always en
countered one stumbling block or
another.
From the moment he saw the
stage version he wanted to ena^t
[ the role of John Paul Bart, but huU
' given up all hope of obtaining the
| play, when lo, and behold!?no
sooner had he signed with the
United Artists than Miss Pickford
offered it to him.
This was a rare stroke of for
tune. for Ray had been diligently
I casting: about for a story befitting
his initial United Artists' produc
tion?and was naturally desirous
of securing a vehicle that would
enlist his complete enthusiasm.
Therefore the opportunity to star
in "A Tailor-Made Man" is a huge
psychological factor?to the entire
advantage of the thoroughly elated
Ray.
WITH
MAHLON HAMILTON MARY THURMAN
THEODORE KOSLOFF EDWARD BURNS
BETTY BRICE . LYNORE LYNNARD
NEELY EDWARDS ARTHUR HULL
DIRECTED BY WILLIAM B. TAYLOR
DIVERTISSEMENTS
A CLEVER SMILE SPECIAL "THE NERVE KILLER"
WORLD EVENTS PICTURIZED IN "FOX NEWS
INTERPRETATIVE SCORE FAMOUS RIALTO
? ORCHESTRA
SELECTION: "LOVES OLD SWEET SONG'?MoUoy
M. SOKOLOV, Violin: C. ROUKRR, Oltol P. MIRAGLIA. Hari
R. BOND GOTTA. DlrHlUt
New Star in "Bird."
Richard -Walton TuUy, the the
atrical producer, has a hobby of
unearthing dramatic "flndi" for
stellar honors on the staff*. This
season he comes along with a new
star In the part of Lu'ana In "Tho
Eird of Paradise." She Is Ann
Reader, a native Vf New Tork City.
23 years old. who was educated at
St. Peter's Convent on Staten Is
land. During her school term she
took a course In dramatic Instruc
tion at the academy, where she v?
graduated with high honors.
Enid Bennett Again.
Enid Bennett Is "Doug** Fair
banks' leading woman In the forth
coming spectacular romance being
Aimed on a magnificent scale at
Los AngeJes. Miss Bennett will
play Maid Marion opposite Fair
banks' Robin Hood.
"The Advertising of Kate," with
Mary Boland, Mrs. Thomas Whlf
fen and others, is soon due in New
York.
BELASCO
One Week||0No
Beginning IfiAY 0
Under Auaplcea of Almaa Temple
LEGION OF HONOR
The People** National Opera So
ciety, RolHn Bond, Director,
Presents THK
WASHINGTOMANS
In Victor Herbert and Frltsl
Sckeff*a Grenteat Comic
Opera Triumph,
??
"MILE MODISTE
Star oast and the famous Jenny Lind
Chorus, tho Estollo Murray Ballot, Aug
mented Orohestra.
Stated by Generic*? Bond.
Beats Thursday, 60c, 76c, $1.00, 91.50.
Box office.
Deweteva ticket sale skew day!
et Kief's Palaee. tlO-tlf 7t?
?t. Admlsslee end reserved
sest tickets at exactly sane
on shew a rounds.
$2.50
Sunday Excursion
MAY 7
New Market, Va., and Return
for
Endless Caverns
World*a Moat Spectacular *
Underground Wonder
SPECIAL TRAIN
Lv. Washington, Union Sta.
8:oo a. m. Lv. Washington
7th St. S. W. 8:05 a. m.
Buy Tlcketa nt Station or
Southern Rnllway OfTlce.
14155 F Hi. X. W. j
JlllffllllliliniFT^' House o, Recognised Pr^nin.Bc||nHlnnnill|l^
INDALL'S.
METROPOLITAN
r ST. AT TENTH =
ty BEGINNING TODAY AT 3
I The Week's Supreme Bill i
5 first national pxbibntb also a first national EE
i CHARLES
1 RAY
IS Wtth Exceptional Support, In His
? New Hit, The
BUSTER
KEATON
At His Anilelsss Best im e Com
?dy Knockout,
BARNSTORMER COPS
Overture?"Music Box Rerun" (Berlin) ^
N. Mirskey, Conducting.
WASHINGTON'S FINEST ORCHESTRA |
Epathe news?topics of the day?pathe review=
?TODAY AND ALL WEEK?
A dyna <nlc and tnUuralBno
pAotoplay of modern no~
mv? and marriage. AdaftmA
>? WOUam DtMIOa-fram a ffriol
a matfr of toraan art and .
' 'fLSb&ZJZZ. WILLIAM DEMILL'S
PRODUCTION
"""AGNES AYRES
3 JACK HOLT
nuMKTtO BY AOOLPH XUMM.
I FtOMthsFAMOMtTAlE TlHNif brBEOHQE itOABHINST I
MERMAID COMEDY, "SPOOKS"
INTERNATIONAL NEWS?OVERTURE
~^TODAY AND ALL WEEK^
COLUMBIA
LOEWS
THEATER
COSMOS
AD Week, Beginning Monday, May 1
BILLY BRENDBL PRESENTS
"THE LOVE NEST"
m*?lcal comcdiotU with JACK WEST. CLTDE KEftft. RAKGi
CAKE&OH and tprlfhtly Chorus of Dancinf Sony bird?.
MARGARET FARRELL LANE & FREEMAN
i analitf ? 11 ??? ? - "
Th, fnmint comxllMM with Wi
dalaty tom ?t?dl...
la a hr.ad-Dcw o.m.dy ofarlac
with i
PAULINE FIELDING PLAYERS
PRESKNTIKC '
"THE ROSE OF VIRGINIA"
BROSIUS & BROWN'
?raialtM WoaJtr.
DAVIS & McCOY
"CHASE ME."
FIRST
RUN
FEATURE
FILMS
Universal Presents?
MARIE PREVOST
"A Dangerous Little Demon"
One of the acreoa'a most
popular comedienne*, in
hfcr la toot photoplay?
Special 2-Reel Comedy?
A FOX-SUNSHINE COMEDY?"THE PIPER"
INTKRNATIOVAI, \E?H.
MOVIK < HATH.
NOTE
?COSMOS PRICES ALWAYS THE SAME?SATUR
DAYS, SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS.
LOEWS
PALACE
THEATER
?TODAY-TOMORROW-TUES.-WED.?
Is pleased to offer, as its joyous and hilarious
attraction for the first four days of this iceek,
the latest production of the cftarming and dainty
I'!
|j
ill
M
VIOLA DANA
Who finds in this preat Harry Beaumont ptdurina
tion for Metro of Clara O. Kennedy's story, a real
triumph in the lilting tale of a girl %cho had to
reform a man whom she regarded aj already ideal/
"GLASS HOUSES"
WITH GASTON GLASS? MAYME KELSO
HELEN LYNCH
Comedy, "Hi? Father* Son"?News?Scenic
OVERTURE?"MENDELSSOHN'S MELODIES"
.THURSDAY?FRIDAY?PATTRDAT
Pi
I!
WILLIAM S. HART
aO??H?O?0O??H>0??KH><KWH><KKM>?H><KKKKHXHXKKH>OO
* SHUBERT GARRICK THEATER I
Sunday*. 8:30 P. M.t Mch(?, HilS; Mat*., Thur*. nnd Sat., at 2i20 o
Held Ov
tor a Gala
SECOND WEEK
lis Garrick Players
Washington Never Had a Better Stork Company?-'THE STAR.
BOOMERANG
David Belaaeo'a Greateat Comedy Succea*
I nanimounly arrlaimed by rrltlra the prrr of all Mtock oraranl
aationa ever offered to the Capital, with beautiful Wanda Lyon.
Sidney Maaon, Garry McGarry, Ada Meade, Sara Farrar, Gerald
Oliver Smith, Mra. C. B. Hanfnr^l. nnd other*.
DON'T MISS IT
A GREAT COMEDY A GREAT CAS'
Good Oid-Time Price*. 25c to fl.4MI
Next Week?"The Hole in the Wall," the only rival of
"The Bat." g
Mil? WIMMMli li 11 M HI llll | Hi 11|| 11 . , . ... A
we play LOEW'Svaudevilll. 5
STRAND
4^ NINTh-AT-D ?#
Beginning Today, Complete Change of Bill
Victor Hyde Pre oca to a Timely Hong tad Dance Extrararaaaa.
MOUND THE CLOCK
A IEXTWTE OF RCtUMO ARTIST*
RUSSELL & HAYES
la Uri Sln?"
CARL & INEZ
Of??r "A Deor?t?p Rmbw"
JACK REDDY
"Character S+odleo Preon Life"
Fred Gray & Jean Cirpeiter
Present "The New BeU-Boy"
PHOTOPLAY
UNITED ARTISTS PRESENT REX BEACH'S
THE IRON TRAIL
An AII-Star Cast. Iaetadla* Olive Tell and Wyaciham BUuidln#
ultiple lod Comedy and News Weekly
AIATlXKKfl
10-31c ^ 20-50
MCMTLXB SATl KDATS. SU.NDATS AND HOI.IDAVS.
RF. lOTHS
""K811 i???S8 II || my
A SSPBEME BILL OF SrMRtTIME
htiwidaf thf Gmlnl staso Gaklaa
GERTRUDE
HOFFMANN
A ad Her B?a?llf?l and Art let le
AMERICAN BALLET
with LEON BARTE in Her New Triumph
"SHAYTON'S CAPTIVE"
A Far But |?mairr, Wonderful In PI Mortal Splendor, GorgrMi
( MtuMra and Orleatal AlMMpkfrr
TWO EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONS OFFERED
D'AMORE DOUGLAS Revival of ? Old-Time llutrttar
FIARKLYI I CHARLES 'TIE COME BACKS'
Wltk Ethel Tra.adalo la immrm B. BraJtor. Cm. ?
Caaalachaaa, Al B4waH?, l:Hlr
-A VAfDKVIUJI llTlPgHE- ' Haraa aa< Joupk M. \.,r.r<...
"Keaator" K?rt I Htrarkrl lira I err I Kay loorrll A ?'?.
la a Comic Chat "PUBofla*.1 I la -*-?aa*btT Wife
rmak Bninr Ka?f A r.raM tnn'i Fltln
KnUht it tho Hanungn" | "A fair of Miftlri" Topic of tbo Dor Etc
MILDRED
HARRIS
Vmenne Sejal, Walter C. Kelly,
Eva Shirley
3:00 and 8:15 And Ail Last Week's Jubilee B. I
TODAY
TOMORROW ALL
NIGHT WEEK
? atfnlpllnilhMM
Matin*** Wnlnftdi) and Saturday
Mffhto. He to Kit. Popular Wod. Mat.. Ht to (I.M. Hat. Mat.. Mo to R.
SAM H. HARRIS Presents
FRANCINE
LARRIMORE
-1 rs ?
NICE PEOPLE
A Smart Set Cornedt By Rachel Crothers. Original Cast and
Production From Two Seasona In New York and CSiicago
Am human as Lighlnin' and as true a* 'The First
Year.'"?Barn* Mantle, Neu) York Evening Mail.
NATIONAL THEATER
TONIGHT 8:15
LEE KKKDK K PRESENTS
SIR ARTHUR
SIR ARTHUR Bff
UONAN DOYLE.
In Hit Second Lecture
"Recent Psychic Evidence"
ILLUSTRATED
Ticket*?92o5?. flC.ttft. SI.SO. SI.OO
Or Kalr at Box Office, National Theater. After 1 o flock Toda?
POLI'S THIS WEEK
Beginning Tuesday
NIGHTS, $1 to S2 ?Sat. Mat., 50c-$1.50
POPULAR THURS. MAT., 50c and $1.00
TRIUMPHANT FAREWELL TOUR
RICHARD WALTON TULLY
WITH ANN READER andNew Cast,
_ AMD THE.
Famous Ham/mm# players
POSITIVE FACT AS TO THE "WHY" THIS SENSATIONAL
SUCCESS HAS SWAYED
? ? ?? Amaaement Lover* to Tear*?
MORE ,o p""4"
w People Have Paid Admlaalea to See Thin?
Richard Walton Tally's Americaa Mamrrplrre?Tkan Aar Play
Kver Prodnred Within the Same Period.
It ha* aueoeeded heeaaae It fa the most faactnatiac play of all
timcai hrrauxr It* faaelnatlon appeal* to the romantic linaglna.
tlon that throha within all mankind. It* clamour and charm,
rich color and palaatla* emotion, combined with all nen
trlcal equipment and perfeetlon In pradactlon. make
"Hawaiian Maater Drama**
MORE ALLURING THAN EVER
MASK & WIG CLUB
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
34tk A\M*t. PRODUCTION
"TELL TALES"
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 1at, 8:15 P. M.
POLI'S THEATER
Seat*, Beglaatac Wedaeaday. Aartl 21 T. Arthar Smith, lac.,
?a.T3. $2.20. 91.65
RESULTS GAINED BY HERALD WANT ADS

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