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I , 8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER. SUNDAY, JUNE 6 1920 x JH
I j 1 A GREAT COMY PROGRAM j
I THE HALLROOM BOYS IN TWO REELS OF MIRTH j
I! HE Feigned LNESS- I
SHE Brought a Doctor! 1
n You may Imagine the poor fellow's ordenl "playing sick" was, a part j
Hj fl of his game to win her heart. He believed that the sympathy route (
was a direct cnc. But Miss Hobbs, failing to see his love game, got ?
9, the doctor post-haste. And the doctor did find some trouble with H
i i the patient's heart found that ho was in love. Did the doctor en- ju
Hj I lighten the girl? 0
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i "Frivolities of. Id20," a mammoth
I revue ' in nineteen , scenes and two
acts will flood the stage of the Or
pheuni for a single performance on
"Wednesday evening, Juno 9.1 It is
the first of a scries of fizzy musical
and satirical concoctions which G.
I M. Anderson will present annually.
The Anderson revuo is plotless but
( what it lacks in plot it more than
1 atones for in vividly-clad femininity.
The company of 100 shelters not a
solitary chorus man. Not the least
inconspicious portion of tho stage
I during the unveiling of "Frivolities"
is that occupied by the famous
, "frivol chorus of fifty," a collection
; that will cause any unit of tho stern-
j er gender to sit out on the edge of
I his seat and Tub his eyes.
, "Frivolities" is by long odds the
largest and most elaborate musical
I revuo ever shown in Ogdcn. It
cornea to this city in six special cars
practically direct from tho 44th
Street Theatre, New York, where for
si-ten weeks it was a laughing and
1 lyric sensation.
Black, green, brown, and white
amber, as we'll as 'the yellow variety,
1 is sometimes' found.
II GREAT mi
Before a packed house of expectant
picture patrons, Alice Lake mado her
first appeacance as a star, yesteraay,
in tho pictunzatlon of James j.
Heme's Kimous comedy drama "Shoro
Acres" at the Utah tneatre today. Miss
Lako's starring- vehicle Is ono of the
best features that has ever appeared'
on the screen, tho qualities of the
Heme stage play- lending thomseives
admirably to the transfer to tho silver
sheet. "Shore Acres" which first won
woiid-wlrjo popularity as a stage play
now bids fair to duplicate the success
of the drama In celluloid, for the pro
auction if from first to last a rattling
Tho story, which is at once so dra
matic and human, Is that of a stern
old farmer on the coast of .Maine, who
mortgages his home to. Invest in min
ing stock that is. being promoted by
one Josiah. Blake, un, unscrupulous
man, and then strives- to , force his
daughter Into a loveless match with
Blahe. when she loves another and a
younger man. Sam "Warren l3 the man
of her choice, and Sam is a clerk In
the employ of Blake. The unscrup
ulous Blake divining (he true reaauu
in order to prevent his marrying Helen
tho old farmer's daughter. But In tno
face of Blake's machinations and or
parental, opposition, Helen and sam
book passage on a vessel bound down
"Learning that his disobedient daugh
ter la on board the ship, the father
who ia the keeper of the light house,
permits tho light to go out, and as a
result tho ship goes on the roc.vs.
Babylonian law survived long after
Babylon ceased to exist as a slate.
1 Scene, from the .gripping mystery play, "Three Faces East,"
with Violet Heming and the original New York cast, which
comes to the. Orpheum tonight.
J IS THIS WHY'PARIS HAS
! DICTATED STYLES SO LONG?
NEW YORK Mm Deschanel, wife of tho president of France, wouldn't !
! tako the finest hat over built in the new world worth $5000 as a gift be
I cause she felt It a duly to stand by Parisian milliners, but hundreds of
1 American women pay hard American dollars for Paris headgear Which
! may explain why Paris hag held first place in the fashion world so .long
j French makers 'and buyers stick together even when it's the president's
j wife and the highest priced hat in the world. This sample of French mil-
linery art was worn by Miss Lorando Batchclder when she arrived recently
I on the S. S. La France.
i PiSENTS I FESTIVAL
! OF Fl TIGHT
Don't you enjoy visiting in some (
jotter city? It isn't that the folks in
iany other town on earth are any-!
! nicer or more interesting than the
(folks in this city or that they have
any more fun. But it's always inter
esting to meet an entirely new group
of people, wjio have fresh ideas to
exchange with you. 1
If you want to meet one of the I
moat entertaining groups of clever
young people that you can imagine",
don't fall to see Wanda Hawley, Har-1
rison Ford, Helen Jerome Eddy, Jack '
Mulhall, , Walter Hlers, Juliannc I
Johnston and Emily Chichester in
"Miss Hobbs," a comedy by Jerome
K. Jerome, the author, you remember, 1
of "The Passincr of tho Thlni rrinnr I
Back." Some of these young people
you have seen, some you have heard '
(about. All have dono noteworthy I
acting for the screen. See them now
in one delightful group, and in the
cleverest, most sparkling and unusual
comedy situation brought to the sil
ver sheet in many a moon.
This plcturo is Miss Hawley's
debut as a Realart star. She was
"Beauty" in "Every woman" and sho
has lost none of her blonde attrac
tiveness since being elevated to star
dom, you may be sure. Besides beau
ty and fun you will see in this pic
ture some costumes worthy of a
fashion show. All In all, "MJss I
Hobbs" will be a real treat, and one
which I know you will enjoy. Added
to this delightful attraction is tho
Latest Laugh Wallop, the Hallroom
Boys in "A Howling Success."
8IG HI IT '
"Three Faces East" coming to the
Orpheum Uonight, takes its title from
the password of an iuternationa,!
band of spies, whose efforts arc df
rected toward the upsetting of sev
eral governments. The master spy,
Franz Boelkc. has pitted his wits
against the shrewdest minds of tho
English Secret -Service. As one re
viewer put it, "It . will be" a great
pity if anyone happens to tell you
tho story of "Three Faces East" be
fore you havo a chance to see the
play, because it will rob you of one
of those rare evenings in the thea-
tre in which you are held spell
bound." Miss Violet Heming who
created thei role of the mysterious
Helene and appeared in it during Its
season's New York run will be seen
here together with the entire Metro
FIXJ)S GOLD DUST VALUED
AT $5 IX I DSN'S CROP
(By International News Service )
SALINA, Kan Mrs. C. C. Charles,
of this city. Is wondering If sne
"killed the hen that was preparing
to lay the golden egg."
In the gizzard of a member of her
feathered 'flock Mrs. Charles found a
substance resembling goldt A tost
proved that It was gold and worth
more than $5.
Tho only way that Mrs. Charles can
account for the gold dust was that
It was Contained In a gravel pllo in
her chicken yard. ,
GERMAN TEACHING FAILS.
'CONSTANTINOPLE The Gormana
havo failed In their effort to stamp
their culture upon the Turk and, in
stead, the English language lo begin
ning to rank next to French In the
commercial life of the Levant. In tho
war period laaguago Schools wore
oponed throughout Constantinople, in
which German officers wore requirod
to teach, and Gorman papers were
circulated by all poslblo means. But
the results were almost nil. Most of
the schools were froo and failed to at
tract butter classes, and French was
too strongly entrenched- .aa tho lan
guage of trade rind social Intercourse
lo be displaced; t
Potash In Germany occurs in the
form of a ro,ck salt and runs In
seams of 30 feet or more in thlck-ncRs.
Ii! Till WITH
'BIG BILL' RUSSELL
AT THE OGDEN TODAY
j "The ancient and honorable charge
! of illicit distilling." according to the
1 titles, was the wherefore of "Danney
j Morgan's littlo vacation .In jail at
J Heaven's Gate. It all happened In "The
Valley of Jomorow," which comes to
tho Ogden theatre today, and JDahney
Morgan y'undersiand is the hero, yoii I
see, Imitated by big AVilllam Russell,!
and he Is assisted bv the beautiful
.Mary Thurman, Utah's famous girl
Bill says that the picturo was filmed
at Lake Tahoc, and that as a matter or
fact, back in the. old days b. p. (before
prohibition.) illicit distilling was abgut
the last thing any one thought neces
sary up at Truckeo. Truckee is the
littlo town where you and your bag
gage alight when you're bound tor
the Lake. It used to consist Of but two!
thoroughfares brio -street of saloons
and one. of'-cotta.gos,.-h'owovor, even
Bill Russell might admit that moon
shinning would bo every bit as mucii
at home among the Sierras as It used
to be among the hills of the Blue
Ridge. ' x
. Gfi0T PICTURE
ST MI THEM
Justifying the claims made for her
by the motion picture critics ot tho
country, Alice Lake. Metro's newest
star, made her uppearance yesterday
at the Utah theatre, In the plcturlza
tidn of James A. Hemes Immortal
drama of New England, "Shoro Acres."
Miss Lake mado a tremendous appeal
in the rolo of the daughter of tho
stern old lighthouse kcoper on tne
fast of Maine, who defied h.-r father
in eloping with the man sho loved.
T.hc haunting witchery of M!s3 Lake's
face coupled with her superb capacity
for portraying dramatic emotion made
the picture a supremo delight to the
patrons of the Utah. theatre. It was a
deservedly now star In a rattling good
plcturo, and the tense silence which
attended the showing showed that the
uudlence liked It.
NEW MEX OFFICIAL
VICTORIA, Mexico Governor
Emillo Portes Gil, recently appointed
provisional head of tho statu ot
Tamaullpas, declared ho wants to bo
friends with Americans. "I want lo
extend th hand of welcome to all
Americans," says Governor Gil," and
to assure them protection of life and
investment.'1 He declared war on
gambling and declares the laws will
bo enforced with an iron hand.
The Year Book credits 33.0G5 trot-
tors with records of a mllo In 2:30 I
or better and 26,670 pacora in the
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Lloyd George Lectures Rail
Men for Refusal to Handle
DUBLIN. .Tunc 5. Although infor
mation regarding the number of
troops in Ireland is refused -by the au
thorities, careful estimates place the
total at more than CO. 000
Tho declared purpose la to preserve
order and protect the police.
Some of the barracks now havo
wireless installations and a now form
of rockets which attracts attention for
Workers and .Munitions. I
LONDON, Juno D. Tho text or.
Premier Lloyd Gporge's conversation 1
with National Union of Railway Mon"
leaders Thursday afternoon with re-'
gard to tho refusal of Irish railway 1
men to handle munitions shows that1
I he premier characterized tho move
as "one calculated to influence politi
cal decisions, not by tho ordinary ma
chinery of the state, but by bringing
pressure to boar through the throat
of disorganizing the Industries of this
country to effect changes which up
to the present tho electroato of this
country has not sanctioned." I
Mr. Lloyd George declared there had
been -forty-eight murders of pollco
and 120 attempted murders in Ireland
within a short time. The police, ho
asserted, wore shot down liko vermin.
"Wo cannot possibly accept," t:ie
premier declared, "any docreo issued
by anybody however powerful that
body may be. which denies to tho
government tho facilities it regards es
sential for carrying out the 1 unctions
for which It has boon chosen."
AT .Montreal Convention.
MONTREAL, Juno 6. A .resolution
approving demands for Irish freedom
will be Introduced at the convention of
tho American Federation of Labor,
.Matthew Wool, the vice president, de
clared today. I
"Bosses' circus," and "American
faklrlzation of labor" were epithets,
applied to the American Federation of
Labor by speakers addrosing a meet-,
lng of the ono big union ho -. Charges
wero made that riuarc ruiushrdl
wore mado that leaders . . tho feder
ation, bought"by capitalists, no longer'
served tho workers.
SHE'S FIRST WOMAN
. CABINET MEMBER'
BERLIN. Dr., Gertrude Baumer is j
the first woman to be appointed to the I
German cabinet and Is said to bo the j
first woman cabinet executive in thej
svorld. President Ebert recently made
tier minister of home affairs. One of
iier duties will be to look after the
mblic school children of the natiou.
3he has been a member of the na
ional assembly for some time. '
i DARWIN" "WOULD HAVE LIKED "FRIVOLITIES-" " '
K THERE'S A LOT OF MONKEY BUSINESS IN IT
I SO WOULD SIR ISAAC NEWTON j.Cf;.'".
i I NEWT HAD A WEAKNESS FOR FIGURES : V'r H
I AND SO WOULD CONNIE MACK "' ! ;V J H
IT'S AS FAST AS EDDIE COLLINS
I' "FRIVOLITIES'-'":; I
IS FR1SCKLED WITH FUN ;': 'r ' ' H
l SWIDPT WITH BEAUTY ;, II H
SHOT WITH SPEED '.';? .f
I AND SPLASHED WITH COLbR ' "' S!- '
IT IS WORTH TEN VISITS TO TOE:OPTIClM H
t DON'T ORDER A NEW SET OF GLANDS ' H
I "FRIVOLITIES" CAN MAKE Y()U YOUNG AGAI& '.Y ; ' ' B
I (ASK YOUR-OUIJA BOARD) ' . H
AND PONCE DE LEON HIKED 5,000 MILES FOR THAT !
I THERE ARE FlFTlr REASONS WHY V . ; : T;
: YOU SHOULD- SEE. FRIVOLITIES ' y h; ' : t$$$:'iK i lH
AND THE-OLDEST ONE IS TWENTY-lAOU . IB
I THIS IS LEAP YEAR " :V ' " H
I AND "FRIVOLITIES" IS A LEAP YEAR RBVUE ' '
1 IT'S A'CONSPIRACY AGALNST THE ANT1S . p 1
j AND ALL THE PROFITEERS ' r ' L bJiB
I IMPLICATE!) IN THE IHLARipUSjPLOT' ' M I
I HENRY LEWIS, FRANK" DAVIS -. L-' vV. ' 1 I
S DELLE DARNELL, RICHARD BOLD - ' V :SS : :' II
j JAjMES DUFFEY AND WM. SWEENEY . " . "y VY . H
FRANCES HAC1CETT, TOM NIP AND CHAS. O'BIUEN. " '
AND THIRTY KINDRED MIRTH MANIPULATORS "
!j FRY TO GET IN ! THAT'S ALL :
l Direct fror ith 5r. Theater, New York :H
3 WEDNESDAY, JUIsE 9 ,;
PRICES 75c to $2.50 :M
piu's "TirriLow ikril"
UUENDS AIRES, Peru, likr- the
United States and Canada, has its J
"Asiatic problem." Advices from:
Lima tell of tho distribution of circu-l
Iars among the workers of that city
protesting against "the monopoliza
tion by the Asiatic and Japanese ele
ment of our small industries" and the
holding pf a p rotes meeting. The ad
vices state that the police "very dis
creetly dissuaded" the prbtcstantsj
from holding a street demonstration.
1 There has been a large increase re
I ported in the Japanese Immigration to
Peru recently. j
DIPLOMATIC SITCR12T OUT
P II 1 L A D E L P fl I A. A musty
American diplomatic secret has been
.disclosed here through announcement
that Canada soon will send Its own
minister to Washington. It is that
for the last ten years a specially made
1 hair carved with the Canadian coat
01 1 r 11 11 1 1 nm-muuu.1, ... .1. -rr-1- 3 tfc-' El
of arms has ben waiting in Wash- B
lngton forest of this envoy. i Q
Ellhu Root, then Secretary of State, . f .
ordered tho chair, one of many spe- H
cially designed for the Pan-American J- H
Union Bulldin- at Ihe CapitoU Andrew T fcl
Carnegie's memorial to cement more f It-1
firmly the relation of the Americans. .Ms
DIAMONDS RECAIX TUTS 1,11 if
POPULARITY IX 1ARIS 'i
j (By International News Service.) f
PARIS. Diamonds have come into -
their own agaln. Their popularity . if
waned during the last few years; but '
now that every profiteer's wife has :
ropes pf pearls and emeralds are the I
playthings of his daughters, the ',
smartest wtvmen are returning to dla- i
monds, cut into huge pendants and- y
oardrpos, , W fl
For the first time since the war h
diadems aro seen at dinners and re- ':,
A few of the 100 dimpled girls in "FRIVOLITIES of 1920" the big revue at the Orpheum next VVedneesday nir
This attraction Is as large as the Passing Show which played he're a few weeks ago. j
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ORPHEUM THEATRC-TONJG-I i -v v
THE GRIPPING PLAY OF THE SECRET SERVICE '
FASCINATING M "j I I
THE AM YORK MMi ' mmumtf&v&i I " 'fl
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Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 50c. No One Seated During Prologue