A Midweek Glimpse of What the Theaters of the Capital Offer
This Week and
Next At The
m tr G ROPO LI ?\.
Tbe remaining days of the current '
???Hk. at ?'randali's Metropolitan1
Thealfr will be devoted to further
? nings of "The Gay Lord Que??."
the film version of Sir Arthur Wing
G n-'o s famous play. In which Tom ,
Moore I? pictured In tn? title role. It j
ia supplemented by a w id?? variety of'
camera subjects, and the "Rigolett?-?" j
overture, by the ?ymphony orchestra. '
The fir?t anniversary of the open- !
trig of Cnu?all's Metropolitan The j
?ter will be observed throughout ne?:t '
week, when'the chief feature of the!
bill will be Norma Talmadge in a su
perb picturi ?tmn of .\rih?T ll??ri- ;
blow? novel. "By Right of Con?i.uest." j
presented In ceBuloid fnr,.i ???s*l th??
title of ?Tlie Isle of Coniuest." The ?
production U a tvotudetful one that
combin?e the e'plendor of trop cal is
lands and glistening ???? with the
more conventional environs of our
? Ml ? I It 11??< ? I. It
Today ?id tomorrowy. with ? spe-1
dal helio?y matinee today .?t 2:30.
Crandall's Knickerbocker Tti?it?r will'
offer a? the c*ilef feature of its photo
play bill Hobart Henley's production
of Mrs. Sidney Drew's a?4apt?ition o1'
the popular short story. ?'The ;jy Old
Dog," by Edna Ferber. with John.
Cumberland pictured in the mm?
part. The supp'ementary fea,tu**e will
be Mack Senne fa supreme comedy
triumph, "Salome vs. Shenond?ah."
On Saturday only. Mary Mtclj?ren
will be ??-?-?-?ned as star of her latest
re'?a?e, "Bonnie. Bonnie Lassie '
Next "week will bring a remarkable'
list of feature photoplays la th ?
Knickerbocker. On Sunday and Mon
day Norma Ta'madtre. s.tpp-?r-e?1 by a
?tar cast, will be seen in "The '?le of
Conquest." For Tuesd-y and Wednes
day Vagi-nova is anounced ss the star'
of the bill in her greatest film ,,roduc-:
tion. "Toys of Fate." the most ?olorful !
picture ever made.
For the week beginning rext Sun- ?
?lay Loew'a Palace Th?-ter en-.ou-.ee.-i
Eleie Ferguson in "Counter'eit," a I
love story of the Secret Service.
Mi?? Fer?ru??*>n is seen In the role '
of Virginia Griswold, a member of a
proud but impoverished Southern
Author of "Abraham Lincoln." to
l>e seen next week at the Garrick.
family. In an effort to re-pair the
fallen fortunes of her house, the giil
becomes an agent of th? Secret Ser
vice, runs to earth -? oan 1 of conn' u
filters operating in the fashionable
summer colony at N'?..?*?< ?r ani win
not only a big reward toe her dar'rg
Initiative and en?je.?v r but finds al<o
lo ? and napkinMai in a supreme a.
For its Thanksgiving Day program
th"e Palace announces a continuation
of "It Pays to Advertise," an adapta
tion of the successful stage play of
the same name by Roi ?To 'WH Mogruc
and Waiter Hackett. In the film ver
s'??n, Bryant Washburn appears as
the star. This productii n. wh'ch will
close it.? run next Saturday night, is
supplement ed by other fl'ms and a
brilliant overture number by the
Palace Symphony Orchestra. "The
Merrie Wives of Windsor" (Nicolai).
COLI MBI ?.
"*-*??g Glorious 1?dy" is the title
of tlv? Thjnksgiving Day of ferini,? at
Loe-.v's ? .?.ambia Theater, a produc
tion ?.hi. li begins a three-day run at
l'..i .1?. t<r lo?ay with Olive Thorn??
a- ti??? f? ?tu*et? t.? ?
"G'?- U'vii.uiij L_j>*' is a story ?<:
'Tiiclan?. crammed with Ameri.?an
?? ? ?? 1* litt of a nobleman's love f? r
., p. as.?? ? girl and the crushing f??r??e
o? c'; can-stances and convention l?at
MOORE'S DIAI TATHEATER
9th at G IIHLI U 9th atC
11 A. M.?LAST TH.REE DAY.S?11 P. M.
First National Exhibitors Present
A Virtuous Vamp
John F.rner?ori-Ani? Loos Production Adapted from
Clyde Fitch's "The Bachelor."
Ov-a-turt-; Short Subj?**cts
RIALTO LOCAL REVIEW
NEXT WEEK-l.REAT DOl BI.K BILL
"A DAY'S PLEASURE"
With 9a?r?_ly ???????! JAZZ <??< ??????.
A???? Feata-re. -THE F*T_H\A1. TBIANGLK."
9th at D O I H ? ??? 9th at D
11 A. M.?LAST THREE DAYS?11 P. M.
The Broken Butterfly
From. "Marcene," by Penelope Knapp
Lewis J. Cody and Pauline Stark
Orci.e-?-ataon _ Attractions
?BEI _ __?
MootE's Ainnrii theater
tth ST. llAKUt" Bet. O&E
11 A. M.?LAST THREE DAYS?11 P. M.
CECIL B. DeMILLE'S
MALE AND FEMALE
Thoma? Mei-fhan, Gloria Swanson, Lila 1?e,
Theodore P.oberts and Great All-Star Cast
l??.e?' ??? J. if Perrie ? "The A.lmir.bl?? iiuin?
waa forced aside to make way for a
For the first four ?lays of next week
?oew's Palace will offer William S.
lart in ".lohn Petticoats."' who is ?ud
enly Injected Into the effete delicacy
*f New Orleans life as the owner of a
At Crandall's Theater today and to
morrow William Russell will be the
pictured star of the bill In his new
est film romance. "Kastward Ho." In
this spi? rullili* produced subject. Bus
sell is cast as a Wyoming cattleman,
who catches a glinip?e of a charmin.;
tourist and immediately follows her
?art to presa h ? ardent ?nit. af?s
adventures in the metropolis of the
Rastern seaboard for mthe high lights
In a film narrativi! that br.st es with
?.??tibii. stuns with the beauty of its
settings and charms by virtue of the
'elighlful acting of the pr.nclpal play
On Saturday. Monroe Salisbury will
succeed to the leadership of the bill
?? pictured elar of "HU Divorced
Two sterling first-run featum?
will occupy the screen at Cranda<: ?
the flrst elx days of next week. I'?
tiinning Sunday and continuing the
major attraction through Tuesd.iy.
Kiorence Heed will be seen for the
tlrst times locally in her latest pro
duction. '-Her Game." Beginning
Wedneadiy and remaining at the hea?.
of the bjll through Friday. Madlainc
Traverse will reveal a new facet of
her art si the principal figure in an
cpl?r of the gold country, "Lo..?.
Money." Saturday's chief offering
| sill be "Kitty Kelly, M. D..". in whicn
! he tltl*? role is taken upon The sllvor
| heet by Uessie Barriscale.
Cecil ?. DeMille'B Paramount-Art
craft ?uperspecial "Male and Female."
a picturization of Sir James M. Bar
ric's celebrated play 'The Admirable
Crichton." continues to bring unprece
dented crowd? to Moore's Garden The
ater. The management has been
forced to display the S. R. O. sign on
practically every performac?? to date.
No announcement has yet been
made as to next week's attraction at
the Garde.n. due to the fact that if the
di-manu for seats continues at the pres
ent rate, the management may be
forced to arrange for another exten
sion of 'Male and Female."
The third ereat superspecial of th's
character. ' Everyv. oman" vili follow
'Male and Female" In the Garden. !
The latest Constance Talmadge.
; Kirst National Attraction. "A Virtuous
, Vamp." by John Kmerson and Anita
1.00s will continue as the feature of
j the bill at Moore's Iliallo Theater for
the curren?, week.
In this production Miss Talma?lge
takes the part of a girl whose win
ning smile and coquettish habits In
volve her in ali manner of ludicrous
escapades until she finds the one man
w ho is proof against her wiles.
For the coming week the I'ialte
announces as the chief attraction.
Charlie Chaplin's latest First National
comedy "A Day's Pleasure." As added
attractions and completing what
really is a double feature perform- 1
ance "The Eternal Triangle.' one of
the cleverest and most unusual two
reel animal comedies, together with;
a Martin Johnson "Travelogue," the
Kialio I>ocal Review showing cur.
rent events in Washington. Pathe
News, Topics of the Day and other
short subjects will be shown.
As an added attraction to the fore
going one of the beat Jazz Orches
tras heard in this city has b''cn
A masterpiece of Maurice Tourneur's
.directorial genius, "The Broken But
terfly," a screen dramatization of
"Marcene," Penlope Knapp's famous
I story, released by Robertson-Cole, Is
the chief film attraction at Moore's
Strand Theater this we**k to be con
tinued through Saturday.
An excellent list of selected short
features together with an orchestra
tion rendered under the direction of
Arthur J. Manvell complete a worth
For the coming ""week the Strand
offers a Cniversal Special production
entitled "Cnder Suspicion," an exciting
crook play well Interspersed with
"Under Suspicion" Is the kind of
comedy-drama that rivets attention
from start to finish. It is cleverly
constructed, skillfully dire? ted, beau
tifully sir?ned and well acted. Richr
in humor, yet pleasantly sensational
at ??times, full of heart interest and
human appeal, this fine production is
listed among the. season's best films.
Ora Carew, plays the lead, support
ed by Forrest Stanley.
14th and Park Road
Don't Miss the
A Whirlwind of Fun.
Smokinc permitted. Urrstllag Thar. nltm?.
Dance at Central Coliseum
I??. ;Ai? and ?ih SS. V *? .
C'nitit of St. ?oseph ? Otphan
1 Thanksgiving Evening. Not. 27
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His? _ iVO-CED Wit_?
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Thomas .1. Cannon, the director of
the orchestra at I.oow'a Palace The
ater, believes he has slipped one over
on the town's music dealers?. He feels
convinced that he's scooped tiicm in
their own territory, as the reporters
Gannon constantly keeps a weather
eye out for new musical selections,
and among the latest batch of new
Manhattan sons hits was a sheet of
"I Want a Daddy to Rock Me to
Sleep," the song hit of the Greenwich
Village Follies, now playing in New
York. Gannon tried the piece out
with the Palace or?-hestra and the
success of the production -vas almost
instantaneous. Within an hour of
the time the selection was added to
the Palace program patrons of the
theater were besiegintr the manager's
office for th<; name of the ?ong.
Within the next twenty-four hours
several V street music dealers hail
purchased seat? to the Palace show
to hear the piece, which was in in
tense demand by their patrons. A?
soon as the dealers heard the piere
they ? stocked up, and this ?wk you
can hear it played In half the cafas
and hotsls ?if Washington.
Director Gannon is a lover of des
ale music himself, and probably if he
had no publi?? to consult the only
music he would play would be classi
cal; but Gannon believes the people
as a whole like their music snappy,
and he believes in giving it to them.
Serge I'rokofieff, the new Ilussioil
genius, composer nnil pianist, will pe
the artist for the second concert ??;
T Arthur Smith's T?n Star series at
the New National Theater, tonior.uw
afternoon at 4:.??0 o'clock.
His program will include th?? ?lab
orate and beautiful Schumann far?
naval, opu.? 0: selections from Hovo
din. Moussourgsky. (?lazoiitioff. S?ri
abin. and I'achmaninoff. with five of
hi.? ov. ? wonderful < omposit ???? --
Prelude, Marche, litL-lt. G??o?U', a'id
Thanksgiving? celebrators will And
much to draw them to the Arcade to
night. The management of this pop
ular dancing place has made elabor
ate arrangements for the entertain
ment of a big holiday crowd, and it la
anticipated that one of the merriest
gatherings of the season will convene
at the uptown ic.-ort this evening.
There will be m series of "lncky
number dances." which will add to
the general jollity of the occasion.
Other features are promised.
< EVI-RAI. C'OLINF.l M.
? toller skating act that Is attract
ing much attention at tin? Central
('oliseurn this week is being performed
by Mildred .-nirl James M<-?*lelland. who
a.-e known th?- world over for their
high-class novelty and trick skating.
jj ??_ ?i rain "?"?-??
? DIRECTION *THE?-MESSRS-SHUBERT?
PPCS ? ?????-AMERICAS* FOREMOST.
? STAR S ? AN D ? ATTReKTIONS *_
HOLIDAY MATINEE TODAY 2:30
NIGHTS, 8:30. MAT. SATURDAY, BEST SEAT3, C130
THE MYSTERY PLAY OF THE YEAR
-Thriliing"?TIMES. "Hfeal IntcmiJig7 ?STAR.
"As fine an example of mystery and thrills as the ih.
to present this season"?POST.
Z.-.7X ?]_ E!i:ly
A REAL MELODRAMA BY 0WE?J ? ?? I
ONE WEEK ONLY, COMMENCING SUNDAY EVENING
SEATS NOV/ SELLING
William Har.ls, Jr.,
M^cs fir t Ame: ?cai
Fie-t TaHtcd Cf Play b the
?MATINEES THURSDAY AND SATURDAY
While the prratest secrecy ;- bein
mai-uained a? to the identity of the
^ctor who is to play the title role In
John Drinkwatet'?? "Abraham Lin
coln." which William Harri?, jr.. is to
present to a Wa.-hinglon audi*nce at
the Shubert-Oarrick Theater. the
week beginning- next Sutidny ?vening.
yet when this play is seen ino?? in
the audience who have mad? .1 study
of the portrait? of the Great Kmanci
pator will be startled by the ?trong
facial resemblance between the two.
Not only i? the facial resemblance
?o atriking, but this actor I?. physi
cally, a counterpart of Lincoln and
has all the trirka of gesture and man
nerisms that biographe,.t ot the Mai
tyred President hav?? brought * out
pro ninently in their work?. That
lassitude whicfth ?as ?o mu?M? ? part
of the Liberator, especially at time?
when hi? nerves should have been the
tautest, i?? marked, and a??it. wnen
those about him arc morked up 10 lb*?
highest pitch of anxiety anil r>a**?ior
it will be recalled that then l.mcoli
wa? tit hi? calmest, and with i. un wll
and ntrv? of ?leel steppe*?! ?g an?
? ith a word brought order ai.d Igh
out of ?hao? and dari r,?.?.??
The ?ame applies to ?***??> e^ier ar
pearing In the- great plaj n hk?*? it
now In It? second rr_*e? in Lon*l?->r
and which royalty and cabinet -ntn't?
1er? have pronounced ihr pia ? of th
c-entury. Tho.-e a?tot? deptct'n?? th?
role? <>f member? of the 1,??<?<??? Caht
net in the clonnp da>? of thr >ar o
.-*.*.L< ? ?r?> livmi: ? <*afz< t of mei
w ho helped niakt hl*tory.
F ST. AT TE\TH ?
10:30 A. M.-Continuous-11 P. ?.
LAST THREE DAYS
The Brilliant Picturization of Sir Arthur Wut? Pinero's Most Celebrated Play. Interpreted
Bx a Cast of Distinguished Ability.
TOM MOORE ? GAY LORD QUEX
Supplemented Bx An Imposing List of De Luxe Added Attractions. Including "A ? e How Dog
Catcher," the Comedy That Convulsed the Prince of Hjlfi. and Surcb Rendition
of the "Rig?letiu: Overture.
A PERFECT THANKSGIVING PROGRAM
ALL NEXT WEEK
NORMA TALMADGE ? ISLE ? CONQUEST
TON II.III". ?:???.
Hat. To??. I:.<?.
>l?l. MaT?U. '-:-'??
The ED. WYM C?RMVAL
A Musical Kerne
With KO. WYNN
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Saust Wee* Beota T>-<i-??i???
II? Ih?. \c? < '??neilj
?'TH** FISF OF FEIER ?5 PAN
II? Maud M?innrr J? .lule? ? ??"l l.oo?Jm?ii
SUNDAY EVE. at 8:30
BATTLE FIELDS tarn
Kr???r?ril ????l?, ."????. ".?%<?. ?1 ?n<l MUM
?in.? 1er all?all ier ???'? wmmJ the
I), t. Urganlard t iilrrnahlp taummj.
g NO SKATING TONIGHT ?
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f\ la??< -?kallM-j li? it??. \ .\, ? f\
a MOLELLAND TRIO a
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IN II IMIIMiTON'MIM.l ?INK IMI ?ill KHI? \-* ??*?. K S ?
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ONLY ONE PLACE ?? ????? THEFfNEST
Greater Fc?h. G_r-es_ ft?
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