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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 101(5.
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TT" WO Now York successes, "Our
I Mrs. McCliesnoy" and "Tho
" Bubble," the former of this
d tho latter of last year's produc
tion, como to tho theaters this wed:
vrth two stars, Ethel Barrymoro and
Louis Mann, respectively, in liiu
i At the Poll Theater a twenty-fivc-jjiar-old,!
Satire, "A Texas Steer," by Charles
oyt, will bo presented.,
'Ruth St Denis actually dances nt
oith's with Ted Shawn this week,
Although many may not believe it
until they sec her in tht flesh. On
two occasions this dancer planned to
ciome down to this city for single
jiorformances, but failed to put in
appearance owing to business com
plications. Her nppearancc at the
Vaudeville house, houevor, is our
UR Mrs. McChesney" tho
i-ehlclo which brings Ethel
Barrymoro back to us this
week at tho National Tnca-
tr. Is ono of the new plays of this
qeason, which New York received on
tip-toe and made much of,
Just prior to her reappearance In
New York In this play this fall. Miss
Barrymoro's managers announced that
ho would be more llko her old self flian
ejyen In her last appearance. They
meant by that to say that Miss Harry
more would he slender,- possessed onco
more of the sllmnesa of her young- girl
Hood. 'Nor were her admirers disappointed.
Kpr will Washington be disappointed
tomorrow night. The presentation of
allss Barrymore In tho rolo of "Mrs.
VcChcsney" was one of the last wishes
d Charles FTohman, who had planned
tie offering out and made arrangements
ftar securing the rights of the- stories,
lifter this star's appearances In "Tho
Shadow," "Tantc." and "Mid Channel."
Aa Mrs. McChcney tho saleslady
t, feather (or Is It hoatherT) bloom
petticoats, whose Hfo nnd thnt of her
BjOjn "Jock" were told of so enticingly
lif Edna Ferber In her short stories
"which appeared from time to time In
the magazines. Miss Barrymore docs
some of her best work. Although she '
does not look exactly like tho James
Montgomery Flaag conception of tho
rolo of Mrs. McChesnoy, Miss Barry
moro manages to infuso It with her
awn distinct and entirely satisfactory
OUIf? MANN first appeared In
"The Bublle" at the Booth
Theater In New York, April ".
delicatessen denier this Btar has re
turned it tho typo of his -earlier suc
cess before he, undertook to play moro
serious roles. Ills first German comedy
p4rt, 'put of which all of 1:1s others
gradually grow was that of Rochold
lloffm'elstur, In "Tho Passing Regl
rtent," several year ago In Bsn Kran
cco. National: Ethel Barrymore' In
"Our Mrs. McChesney."
THEIi UARKYMORK, after n
t absence of moro than two sea
sons, returns to Washington this
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afeconiedy recounting the adventures of
afi Independent traveling Saleswoman
tqr a petticoat company. George V.
l(pbart and Edna Ferber evolved tha
dramatic version from Miss Ferbor's
roma MoChesnev stories.
lAt tho beginning of tho plav tho ro
doubtable Emma Is discovered at a
small hotel In Sandunky. Ohio, In tho
oourso of her trnvela for tho T. A.
Uuck Featherbloom Petticoat. Her son.
young Jock 'McChesney, Is uttcuttln;;
obllego In a, nearby town, and ICmuui
rMcuea mm irom a youtntui mutri
Ionlal escapade. Tho second act,
staged at tho headquarters of tho Buck
Company, shows Emma comins .to th'j
roncue tn a llnanclal, crisis of the dim.
Tho Charles Frohman Company had
supplied a number of capable plajcM
for tho supporting roles. William Boy.'
appears aa tho youthful T, A. UuU;
Donald Gallaher Is Jock McChesney;
MJldrcd Barrett portrays his actnt a
friend: Anita Kotlio Is tho setter u'
Sandusky styles; Gwendolyn' Pierce, tho
fat stenographer, nnd others In thu
company are A. Romainc Callander,
Thomas Roynolda. W, II. St. James,
Hugh Olllman. James II. 'Morrison.
Harvey Denton. Frank McCoy, Kmm.i
Salvntore. Carree Clarke. Sue Ann
Wilson. Dorothv AVaiters, nnd Loulco
Belosco: Louis Mann In "The
Bubble." Comedy Drama
OUIS, MANN, tho rqnownod nhar
I actor actors comes to tha-Bclaitco
I j this week in one of his grcntdst
t successes. "Tho Bubble," a com
edy drnmi by Kdtvurd Locko. Mr.
Jfann's appearanco hero this wcolc will
bo his first In Washington since tho
presentation of "Julio Bonbon," a num
ber of years ago, Tho plav has alicaily
had a seven months' run In New York
and a (lvo months' engagement In Chi
cago, bolntr regarded us one of tho
emphatic hits of the 1915 theatrical sea
son. Mr. Mann has n rolo that many p.oopln
havo compared with that created In
The Mualo Master' an old. delica
tessen dealer with money-making ambi
tions. Thetie havo hecn fostered by tr.o
unscrupulous promoter of a mannlum
mine. In vnich the old dealer Is In
duced tn Invest all htn savin?
Ills visions of untold wealth lead him
Into extravagance, ni.il he llna'.ly teal
Ues that ho Is facing ruin and mUerv.
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i? KilO 11 v i. .1 LocWb Columbia: Mac Murray in K:l,:vlAVcK?LaJ.0" .'.'. .." ,1-.l
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his daughter and a young newspaper
man, ho Is saved from disaster, and ull
The original cnbt and production will
be seen hei-. Among thoso In the sup
portltiK company uro Laura Walker,
Augusta Berruelsler. George Wellington
end Ivan MIUcr.
Poll's: "A Texas Steer." Stock
Production of Hoyt Comedy,
Ti:XA8 HTEBlt," tho mas
terpluco of America's fore
most farco writer, Charles
W. Hot, will bo revived at
Poll's tomorrow night. This will bo
tho first presentation of tho comedy in
Washington In u number of yearn.
All of tho scenes aro luid in mo
National r.ipitul and tho author haj
satirized tho political life In a moat
NATlONALr-Utho', Bmrynioro In
"Our Mrs. M "Cli. n'i?y," Ncv
eorrifiy. Evculni'.i, fl1. M.itlncco,
Widncjclav nr-l SMunUy. ,? Ui.
Tuesday. :0. Nov Yoii; I'li'Diar
mjnlr. Orcli,flt--u; Julia -..'ulp, so
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BEL.ASCO-I.uuli M.n .u "Tho
Bubble," Comely drr. m . Even
ingH,..S'.:'0. Mntlnecs, Wednesday
and Saturdny, ;:3).
POI.I'S "A Texas Steer." Flock
production of Hoyt comedy, Ith
"Ai JI. Van Burcn. EvenlngB, S:1B,
Matinees, dally, except Monday,
GAYETY Fred Manchester's Buries,
(liters, With Molllo Williams and
Bcatrlco Hurlow. Burlesque
Evenings, 8:15. Matinees, daily.
2;15. Today's performances, 3
KEITH'S-Ruth St. Denis and oth
ers. Vaudeville. 'Evenings. 8:15,
Matinees, dally, 2.15. Today's per
formances, 3 and 8:15.
I.OEW'3 COM'MBIA Man Murray
In "To Havo nnd to Hold." Films,
Dally.. brglnnlQe nt 10:30 a. m. To
day. beginning at 3.
aXllDCX-Mrac. Olga Petrova In
"Tho Soul Market." Films. Dolly.
bep'nnlJiS at 11. Today, beginning
BTBANrj Helen Wnro In "Hecrot
I.oye," Fllma. Dally, beginning at
11. Today, beginning at 3,
engaging manner. Tho leading figure
of tho play is a Texas Congressman
who finds It difficult to please his wire,
who Is a social aspirant, and at the
same time to remain In the good graces
of his constituents. Both the wlfo and
daughter of the Congressman aro de
termined that ho shall have nothing to
do with tho delegation of wild and
woolly voters who come to thu Capital
and demand to be shown the sights.
A favorite character In "A Texan
Steer" Is an old colored man In sunrch
ot a good, easy Job with big pay and
lota of honor. .Ho had been told that
the ministership to Dahomey Is tho
Ideal post for a man of his capabilities,
and throughout tho action of tho plcco
he Is In pur.i'Jlt of this illu?lvo office.
Gnycty: Bot Manchestcrs' Bur-
lesquers Present "The Lawn Dan
sant" and Dr. Dippy's Sani
OB .MANCHJibTKlfb BUUL.K-
C1U1..W.S aro to bo tho attraction
nt the Oayrty during tho coming
vi?oV, presenting tho lntnst of-
foit of a ci'Miiviny that has been or
gan'red f-.r thirty years.
'i'bo cist Is headed by two burlesque
favorllfs. Molllo Wllllanls nnd Uontrlce
Hurlow. Billy Kart and hl four circus
girls; Teddy Burns, comedian; Ucorgo
Douglas, Franklo Burns, Hazel Crosby,
anil Chnrlcs Reynolds aro other head-
liners. A beauty chorus of thirty girls
tins been carefully selected.
ripaclal scenic nnd eloctrlcal otTocts
U-mI added interest to tho two liurlettnS,
"Tho Lawn Dansant" and "Dr. Dippy's
Sinlfulum." The first li u- musical
snlnd, serving to prcsunt Molllo WIlloms
in ,i "jjuuse no fjimcomont." ucatrlco
allow in original specialties, and "Tn!
Fcnialo Loiter CarrlorV Hilly Hart Is '
the atnr of tho secopil cntortalinnont. .
A., niin nt .n.i.i,.in .'.. ...111 i
An olio of vaudeville acts wll bo glvou.
Keith's: Ruth St. Denis nnd
FTER two po&tponomcnts of spe
cial matinees, n,uth St. Douls,
Intorpietatlva dancer, and her
own company, will head tho but
nt Keith's during the coming week.
Miss St. Denis Is assisted by her hus
band, Tod Shawn, vlth Miles. Formal!
and Vandcrhoff as principal dancers.
Miles. Laomlj, Andrews, Monzon, llorst
nnd nevor.il Hindoos from Uio ensemble.
1-lvo dances, each with spec al scenery
nnd mu.de, will ho presented: "Tho Spir
it of the Sea." "Tho Peacock." "Danso
Javnncso,' "Danso Orientnle," and an
Egyntla.i ballot., "The Tambouro."
Tho nlno supporting features Include
Wilbur Mnck and "Nella Walker," in
4 anil iv ia kiiivrv -cil twoi
composer; R Eleanor Ball, violinist;
A rnlr of Tlclirts"; Ernest Ball, song
Fred Ardath ond company In "lllram",
lluth Budd, "The Olrl with tho Smile:
Fied and Adclc Astkro; Warren nnd
Templeton, In "By Request": the plpo
organ recitals and tho Iatho pictorial.
Loew's Columbia: Mac Murray in
"To Have and To Hold." Films.
O HAVE AND TO HOLD"
will bo shown at Loew's
Columbia, beginning today
and lasting until Thursday,
with Mao Murray, the popular stago
star, making her motion plcturo debut.
She la supported by Wallaco Rold,
playing the role of a gentleman adven
turer of Colonial Virginia. The Lasky
Company has devoted special cam to
muklng the settings historically cor
rect Tho story Is founded upon Mary
Johnston's romantic novel of tho same
Beginning Thursday. Mario Doro will
bo seen In "Diplomacy." ono of htr
own stage successes. Elliott Dexter.
Miss Doro's husband, has the same
rolo In tho film production that ho had
In tho revival of the play lnat yeur.
Garden: Mmc. Olga Petrova in
The Soul Market." F.iras.
ME. OLGA i'HTJlO-v A will head
tho double feature program at
at llonrc's Gulden Theater to
day, Monday and Tuesday In
her latest success, "Tho Soul Market."
The plot concerns thn experiences or a
cung prima donna who comes to Now
York to win operatic, succesj. Tho prin
cipal episode Is tho ballet nccne, mado
upon the stage of the New York Hip.
podrorm). employing tho entire chorus
of "Hip, Hip, Hurray." Tho auxiliary
attraction wilt be "Hamlet Mado Over,"
tcaturing Mime ueeves.
On Wednesday and Thursday there
will be thrco features, "Tho Master
Billy Hart returns to burlcaquo this
soason attor a four-year- tour on tho
Mcintosh circuit In Australia.
Bob Manchester Is tho dean of bur-ic-jtqiiu
managers, having been "In tho
business" for tlurty-nlne years.
Edgar Allen Woolf Is responsible for
tho sketch which Mrs. Thomas -Whir-fon
is playing In Keith vnudovlllo. Sho
e'i been fifty years an nctress.
, Teddy Eur" . "i"tv this week
Ilurlnanuprs. at '''".'Vi'fiitoii in
"1? 'r0"y.1,P ".'.ll LJ-iSon
"Tim Candv hhon last season,
Burns, with Manchester's
Tho Candy HJiop" last season.
Vh Tlirvlv. of Harris nnd Manlon.
comtiur to Keith's, wont to Lonrton with
K'slo Janln and scored a hit In tho rovuo
Wltll WHICH 1110 liniiwrn ouimuiniw
tho litllo America star.
Thn dlftcrcnlJewlsli organlraUons of
WaHhlngton have decided to attend tho
piifoi naiico of "Tho Bubble." In widen
tho Meeiirs. Fhubert will present tlm
noted chui actor actor. Louis Mann, at
tho Bolascq Theater next wek. Mann
Is a membei' of several ot New Yotk's
leading Jewish clubs.
Andicas Dlppel's now operetta "Prin
cess Tra-la-la" (Hohelt Tanzt Woltzer).
which Is to bo seen at the National
Theater next week, was presented in
English Friday night In Atlantic City
before a large and enthusiastic audi
ence at the Apollo Theater. Phyllis
--." . -, w. p,
Baldwin were seen in, tho leading roles
Partington, Emma NICKlass and ucorgo
GOSSIP OF THE STAGE
Strand: Helen Ware In
"Secret Love." Films.
Ax itiooro s on
Ware, late t
T Moore's Strand Theater today,
nd Tuesday, Helen
star of "Within tho
HI head tho double
feature prognm In "Sccrot Love," an
adaptation of Mrs. Frances Hodgson
Burnett's story, "Tho Lass of Lowrlcs."
Uoto Mclvfllo will make her screen de
bute In a laughable-'farce entitled "Her
Wooing," In which sho Impersonates a
character ilmllar to the ono she created
In "Sis Hopkins."
Op Wednesday and Thursday Orrln
Johnson and Enid Mar key will bo tho
featured uttrortlop In D. W. Griffith's
latest film, "D'Artagan." adapted from
the celebrated romantic Btory, "Tho
Three Musketeers," by Alexander
The nuxlllnry attraction, a Mack Ben
nett Keystone, tomedy entitled "His
Ilnrpiifter." will he enacted hv a com
pany nf afi-stur fun makers headed by
Chnrlcs Murray, Tyrono Power, nnd
Knthlyn Williams will bo featured on
Friday and Saturday In "Thou Shnlt
Not Covet." a fcensatlonal photodroma
in which the principal sccno depicts n
enlpwrcck, and Its Attendant horrors In
Tho comedy section of tie. progrnm on
theso days will ho "When Huhby For
got," with the leading rolo In the hands
of Miss Ethel Tearc.
The performanco marked tho debut on
tho English-speaking stage of Miss
Nlcklass, who appeared as Molly, tho
rolo she mudo famous both abroad and
Laura Walker, proclaimed to be tho
youngest lending lady on tho American
finite, will be teen as Jloslo. Mueller In
"Tho Bubble" tit tho Bolasco Theater
next week. Miss Wnlkor has played
long engagements with stock organisa
tions in Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cin
cinnati and St. Louis.
Andrens Dlipel. whom Washington
llllfl romo to look linoil nn IIia InnHIni?
producer of operetta In America, prom
ices a singing .chorus ol seventy for
bin "Princess Tro-la-la" production at
tne Notional next week. A largely aug
mented oclicMui wll also l.o employed
to glvo full mvslcal vnluo to tho wore,
f'i' which Leo Ascher Is rcsrjonslble.
'Phyllis Partington, who will sing tho
lltlo rolo In "IVInqcss Tra-la-la," to
bo seen at tho National next week,
Is one of Jhe most gifted of the young
er women of tho musical stage .Miss
Partington won hr first sensational
success lu tho prima donna rolo of
"Uypsy Love,'' whon sho was called
upon suddenly to sing tho part, fol
lowing the lllnesi of Mnrguerita Sylva,
tho grand opera star.
The dramatic reviewers of Chicago,
New York city and Philadelphia
seemed to be of the samo opinion re
garding tho "performanco of "Tho
(Continued on Fage Fifteen.)
Music Events For
A novelty for Washington concert
goers and tho feat uro of the program
o( tho New York Philharmonic Orchcs-
tra in tho New Rational Theater on
Tuesday afternoon, will bo the two
symphonic songs. "Moonrlse" nnd "Re
quiem," by Josef Stransky, which will
be sung by Mmc, Julia Culn.
This will bo the final Philharmonic
concert of the season, and the program
has been selected with unusual care.
Besides the symphonic songs by Con
ductor Stransky, it will contain the
Uach Suite In D major. Dvorak's
"Scherzo Cnpriccioso," and Tschalkow
sky's Symphony No. I In F minor tot
thn orchestra numbers.
Mme. Culp. who will bo tho soloist
for this last concert, has chosen for
her second numbor a group or songs by
Brahms, with piano accompaniment.
Sho will render the following: "Immer
lelser wlrd moln Schlummer." "Bot
schaft." "Wenn du nur zuwcllen Jacho
lut." "Der Schmicd." and "Sandmaenn
chen." Frits. Krclsler, tho groat violinist, will
bo heard for tlio lost iimo mis season,
atlho National Theater next Friday
HIa program will Includo sulto In IS
minor (Bach); "Sarnbando and Alle
gretto" (Co-elll): preludo und allegro
i Pnr-imniV fnncerla No. 2. V sharp mi
nor (VlenxtcmpH): "Komanco.". In A
nmini. otohumnnn. "LurEhotto ' Wo
bei). "Moment Muslcnl" . (Schubert),
"llnnilo." In G major (Mozart), "Wlon
riari" (Gnilnwskv). "Rodlno. on a
i,,..r hv Ttnthnvnn. bv reel u est (Krols
lor); "Wlegenlled" (Kretsler), "Slavonlo
.innc Tuttlc. dramatic soprano, with
two assisting artists, will glvo a con
cert nt the oak room of tho Raleigh on
March S and 9, at 8:1j p. m.'
Elmendorf Lecture on
"Switzerland" at Na
tional. A tpur amidst the plcturcsquo scenery
of Switzerland will bu mo third offer
ing In tho Elmendorf aeries of Illus
trated travel tulks at tho Now National
Theater noxt Thursday afternoon.
The trip will begin at Born, lying In
thn shadow of the Alps, and will em
brace tho Berncst Obcrland and Inter
lakcn, Murrfcn, Lautcrbrunnor, Grln
dclwald. xvnd LUcerno. Thence to the
Rhone valley and Zermatt, the starting
point for tho ascent to the top ot tho
Mattornorn. ifrom merman wo journey
H continued, by way of tho Maloja pass
to St. Moiiik, In tho Upper Engadlne.
SI. Morltz will be seon In both Its
summer nnd winter aspects, ond tho
tour will be brought tn u close at the
ton of the Stmnlon pass, the Gateway
of the Journey Into Italy, which Will
tako place next weo.
Andreas Dlppel Is sponsor for tho
big musical production which will be
seen at the National Theater next
week, "Princess Tra-la-la," which baa
capltvated Continental Europe, and
which Is to be seen here after having
won genuine .success fn Pittsburgh rind
just before Its advent on Broadway.
"Princess Tra-la-la" was produced In
Vienna two years ago. It ran for SMI
nights' and was then transferred to Ber
lin, where It has reached Its COOth per
formance. It Is described as a waltx
operetta, after tho fashion of "The
Tho title rolo will be sung: by
Phyllis Partington. Others tn the cast
will be George Baldwin, Herlry Vogel,
Alice Qalllard, Allan Ramsey. Yolande
Preszberg and Emmy Nlcklass, In the
role which sho created with sensational
success, In tho original version.
The Serge de Dlaghtlcff Russian ballet
comes to tho National Theater for a
limited engagement of three nights, be
ginning Thursday, March 23. The de
sign are by Leon Bakst, while num
bered In tho cast are Ixonlde MAsslnc,
Xenla Maklezowa, Flora Ravclles.
Mmc. Tchernlchowa, Adolf Bolm and
Grigorlcv, Krcmnev, and many others.
tako Its predecessors, "The Passing
Show of 1815," which comes to tho Bo
lasco Theater on March 20, with Ub
twelve big scenes, Is a series of trav
esties on tho popular dramatic hits of
Heading tho hosts of stars In this cast
aro George Monroe, Eugcno, and Willie
Howard', Marylynn Miller, Daphne,
Pollard, John T. Hurray. Clarence- Har
vey, Ernest Haro, Bam Hearne, Ed
mund Oouldlng, Dixie Glrard, Helen
Eley, Miller and Mock, Wda Carlisle,
Marie Flood, Arthur Hill. Margaret
Wardo. and Alexis Kosloff and his In
ternationally famous Imperial Russian
The most elaborate production an
nounced by tho Foil Players In tho last
twelve months Is that for next week,
when "On Trial" will be presented ex
actly as shown at the National Theater
three weeks ago.
"On Trial" is tho sensational success
or both this season and last. It ran
for an entlro year at tho Candler The
ater, New York, and lias been attract
ing capacity audiences In all of the
hlgh-prtco theaters this season.
8am Bernard, last here In "Tho
Belle of Bond Street." Is taking
a dip In Keith vaudeville, and
will lead next week's host of stars,
other being Mrs. Thomas Whlffcn and
company in "Tho Golden Night;" Bes
sie Wynn. "The Lady Dainty ot
Vaudeville;" William Pruett and com
pany In "A Holland Romance;" Val
Harris sihd Jack Manlon In a snappy
musical skit: Patrlcola arid Myers, tha
Brlghtons, Merlan's dogs In a canlno
comedy, tho pipe organ recitals, and
tho Pathe pictorial.
Bright, snappy, colorful, with on
abundance of catchcy music, enlivening
dances, and a succession of laughablo
comedy scenes, aro "Hastlng's Big
Shows." which begin an engagement at
the Gayety next week. "...
Plenty of opportunity Is afforded for
laughs over comic episodes, witty say
ings, and ridiculous situations, with
Dan Coleman, long popular In vaude
ville, and until recently a star In musi
cal comedy. Mr. Coleman la supported
by Florence Dnrley. Anna Mao Bell,
Alma Bauer, nnd a largo chorus.
Osslp Gabrllowltsch, tho distinguished
Russian pianist, will be soloist at the
last Boston Symphony Orchestra con
cert In the New National Theater on
Tuesday afternoon,' March II. Mr.
Gabrllowltsch will play twice. His first
number will bo Mozart'B "Concerto" In
D minor and his second "Weber's "Con
certstuck" for piano.
Grace La Rue, an American girl, who
has abandoned musical comedy for tho
concert stage, has boon taken under the
managerial wing of Andreas Dlppel. Sho
will appear under nis direction ai ma
New National Theater, on Murch 17. In
a costume recital of songs In 'English
which sho gave with success earlier In
tho season In Philadelphia and Now
-Northern Italy" will bo visited by El
mendorf In a travel talk at tho National
Theater on Thursday afternoon, March
16. Tho lecturer will start his Journey
at tho Alpino boundary of Italy, pro
ceeding south through little-known
parts of the country.
At Loew's Columbia Theater on
Sunday, March 12, and Monday, Tucs
ay and Wednesday following, Fan
wt Ward will bo seen in "For the Do
MssN," a motion plcturo play written by
Hector Turnbull and produced by the
Jesso L. Lasky Company for the Para
mount program. Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday of the same Vcck Constance
Collier, tho celebrated English actress,
will bo slurred. In "Tho Codo of MarcU
Gray," a drama of fashlonablo life and
Bcsslo Barrlscalo will head tho pro
gram at Moore's Garden Theater next
Sunday In "Honor's Altar." Tho supple
mentary comedy feature will bo "HI
Prldo nnd His Shame" with the leading
rolo In tho hands of Ford Sterling. On
Wednesday and Thursday, the program
will Includo Miriam Nesblt In "Tho
Cut's Paw," and tho fourth eplsodo of
"Tho Strange Caso of Mury Pago," with
Henry Walthall and Edna Mnyo, On
Friday and Saturday Lillian Drew and
F. II, Calvert will bo presented In "Tho
Vultures of Socloty," William Collier
will bo seen in a comedy, "Better Lais
Douglas Fairbanks, In lllms, will head
tho doublo fenturo program at Moore's
Strand Theater on Sunday, Monday, and
Tuesday the week of March 12 In "His
Pictures In tho Papers." The extra at
traction will bo ''His Auto Ruination.
On Wednesday and Thursday Hamilton
Rovcllc will head tho bill In "Tho Prlco
or Malice." On Friday nnd Saturday,
Lllllar and Dorothy Glsh will bo seen In
"Hetty tho Hoineles." Tho auxiliary
attraction will b Itoecoo Arbuckle und
Mabel Normand In "The Bright