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Appfnrinit on Orpkrum bill.
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The Old Homestead octet, eight
trial.- sintera with good voice*, w II
be the headline act in the Uri heum
tticatei next week The novelty of
the bill will be the appearance of a
Detroit young woman who will ap
pear. masked, In the diving contest*.
Mi*. la programmed a* "Mil* Who
la-Slie?" The Old Homestead octet
haa a special stage «etttns, and will
offer th>* song* which were feuturad
In the well-known play "The Old
Hotneatead." Other acts on the vau*
day.lie bill Include the Oxford trio,
three men who play a game of bas
ket ball whll« on bicycle*. Duval!
and Summons >n a melodious singing
ami dancing skit, and Browning and
Dean, blackface comedians. The
xmu.euh diving contests will con.;
oiu«ii» euch performance and "n Mon
day and Wednesday nights the con
testants will be limited strictly to
young women, t»n other nights men
and t»ov* only will dive exoet't on
Thursduv and Friday nights, when
ll». dual championship contests arc
held between all the divers. In pic
ture* the program Includaa Pearl
White in the first episode of anew
aerial. "The Fatal Diamond." and
Bessie Dove in "The Sawdust Ring."
Anew serial play, "The Fatal Dia
mond." to he shown only at the
matinee performances, and Bessie
Love In a delightful story of circus
life called "The Sawdust Ring, are
the leading features on the Orpheum
acreen for next week, pearl Whitt
the heroine of “The Fatal Diamond,
la a blase society girl who has so
much money end so many things at
her disposal that she finds- life a
bore. »* hen she Is involved in the
recovery of a certain violet diamond.
Bought by e strange religion sect ,
who have no compunction In killing
those who oppose their efforts to re
cover the diamond, she flnde life so
thrilling and of so much Interest
that she Is kept busy dev and night
avoiding the peril* and pitfalls pre
pared for her. Resale Dove appeals
as Janet Magie living in a country
town and snubbed by other children
because of her extreme poverty She
finds her only aolace in the company
es a boy victim of the same village
gnofcblshness The two children take
to the open road to avoid the poor
houae and attracted by a circus are
both given employment. How Janet
rise* In her new world and the hap
piness that follows makes "The Maw
dust Ring" a summer time bit of
good entertainment.
Pit I It V
; In the new photoplay "A Mormon
i-Mald" to be presented In the Orury (
theater Pundav, the Mormon j
,i! arriagc crrrmony Is shown for the
[first time to the public Inasmuch j
an this ceremony is one of the moat,
jealously guarded secret* of the
Mormon church, Its expose has caused j
a storm of proteat from the adherents j
of the faith, and at the time that ,
the plctura was being prcKluced a
larga lum of money was offered to
nuppreae Its preaentatlon. The oere
tnony la there In every detail. The
masked guardian* In their all-en
veloping white robes of office, the'
atom-faced groom specially dressed j
for the solemn occasion In the specu
lar costume of nuptials, the UttK
bride la personated by Mae Murray.
With the unique and oddly designed
wedding dross; the veiled women
Witnesses, and over and above alf th»
stern faced dignitaries of the church
going thru the ritual as It la actual!*’
performed In accordance with the
Stormon fuith. Accompanied t.y the
special music which has been ar
ranged for It the scene is said to he
ora of the most weird, sensational
and altogether striking episodes ever
presented on the screen.
TKgPl.li
The spirit of youth Is the keynote
Os Qua Kdwarda" new "Bandbox
Wcaua," which tops the vaudeville
bill In the Temple theater next w-ek
There Is a stageful of chorus girls
and hoys supporting Georgia and
fuddles, in a lively and gingery fash
ion. It's Just the sort of act to make
one forget the hot wave Georgia
and Cuddles are two of fed wards'
famous Juvenile protogas and In tM"
act they have the capable support
of Vincent Cffonnell, known as the
Kid McCormick. Marie Hall, n dem|-
tnsae comedienne, and Goldie Krusad
flr, a clever little drum.'slic actress
with unusual ability to put over the
lyrics of a song. There arc i; song
numbers in the act Jean Haves
wrote the lyrics for the special songs
while the drills for the military num
bers were arranged by James Gor
man and towards contributed the
»'*ngs, and staged and produced the
act. The "Bandbox Revue " bears the
1917 date and there Is nothing in the
two- day world of vaudeville that can
approach It for pretentiousness and
entertainment. Second feature of
the Temple bill will be gpencer Char,
tcra, asslated by Irene Myers and
Craig Nealo, In ‘The Hermit.” said
to be a decided novelty in the comedy
playlet line. Charters created the
role of the hermit tn "Seven Keys
to H« Id pate. ’ Then there will be
Charles Kenna in his original charac
ter monologue called "The street
Fakir." Hrengk* Statue horse, a pos
ing novelty of art In bronxe; Brent
Hayes, msster banjolst; FCrnle .%
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iljjfflg t'?
<3fe * v?
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• jW£7 Jg IWjfl ’I H* I .
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RL ■ wm, M. ARMnUOVO
VNMMm ■nil ikftfk In Wll**.
HKastr, lOtR
lit new pis* mii Orplieiini screen.
MPICBr I!
«ra£fib «*'Tf ti
\iviw mikiix ami «K*«n<:
IIU\K (MX
In "Korhldilrn I'ailu" «»n Majestic
•crrfn.
Frnte with three f-if <• m. and.
Kern A K*-rn W'h<> Juggle r r fun. and
| the Selin world library via th*-
Mooreoacope
WII.F.e.
. Comedy offering* will prednmmat*
■on the bill in th- Mile.* th-atet p-v'
week Topline honors will go to th*
eccentric character cmni'an Will H.
Armstrong, assisted by Maude sim.th, !
, in the farce comedy "The Baggage-!
.man." In which Armstrong portrays
tlie- peculiar foible* ..f tilts ofrt. iul j
with remarkable t ■ uthfulne**. Dur
ing the action. 100 fret of moving
pictures showing the comedian en
acting a ludicrous scene upon a fast
moving train serves to display the
versatility of this clevei actor In
cldently. several elnglng'and darn ing
number* are introduced The n. |
lar rsrtlme singer, —-belli.. Fields, !
whoae "Jinx' songs .Tented such'
favorable comm* nt In the popular
cases ..f Detroit le-*t w nt**r. assisted
by i’harley Conway, w .11 present a'
surprise con.edy oddity .glied What s
Vour Alibi?' Otl.e; number* ;r. lude
the Peerless Potters, sensational a«r
la.tits. Three Burns sisters in a n.'Vej
song act, Dydston and Kmerann In
"A Kashi on iwldlty" and Turner and
• «raee. Juggling pact rnlm sts. T!o
feature for the screen shown fr* m
I2:1h to Z./itl o'clock deity, will '.>e
Jft.kie Saunders in 'lietiv Bed.
m uyiTir.
Few photoplay st'irx m» more
popular with picture lovers than
Vivian Martin, the Jittb Michigan
actress, *vl»<* will he «o n on the Ma
jestic screen n* \» w - eh. in a strong
dramatic »P>ry "Forbidden Paths
Associated with Miss Martin will le
Sesaue Haynkawa. the Japanese nc
j tor and others tn th* <n include
Tom Forman end <"armen Phillips.
"Forbidden Paths"* was writ’en espc
! claUy for Miss Martin and Mr Hays
i knwn, and its plot hinge.- on the
i Kippon?**- h« lief chat it ■, honorahli
; and heat to GI * for ne * . .untry or
one's swestheait should occasion re
quire. 80 la tliii *t r- t a 1
eae man and an American maid •
man sacrifice* his Ilf. to bring hap
piness to the woman. The drama,
j however. Is not as gloomy as the
J climax would indicate, a rich Amer
ican girl loved «n» of her own r|*a»
i and is loved in return Th*» man has
been tli« victim of *n unfortunaH
marriage and Is follow ed by ihe n«-
| tonous woman w h«> hear- ills namo.
,Tbe Japanese ■ uardian of the girl,
also lu love with h* r. comes to the
rescue in tn unexpected manner that
: is typically Japanese Lloyd O. Be
nius t i.fti'pri master of the Ms ;*.«m<
'orchestra will offer twu violin «o|ne
'and the picture program will include
a Mutt and Jeff comedy, travel and
! educational subject* an t th* tophai
review of current event#
W V
"The sin ker,” a photoplay foe
j e.\ ery American comes to the Wash
ington theater next week with Kmlly
| Steyenn, on- of the t, o*t brilliant
; actresses in the eountr.v in the I**l
- 'ng woman's role. Th<* . tor-, is >nc
!of timely interes* a patriotic
J American hride discovers, soon after
i the wedding, thst her husband mxr
' ried her to e*<’»pe military service
1 Th" loyal woman Is heattabk. .'•t'd
| accuses her husband *n no uncertain
j terms of being a coward and a tra:-
j tor She fntrlv flays h m wltii her
si orn. telling him h» r sham-' «f h-. v
-1 ing been married t< a slacket Tit#
| niar. goaded by her attitude. Joins
| the local regitfunt \V' *-ii th« young
wife bids tjlm far* well. *t • makes
I the greatest s.i' r r lr< that a « mart
|can make. r»nd k<ep« to herself e
' precious sc. r* i iliat hat husl>.>nd n.av
I give himself to his country without
I the tenet regret on" of the epe.-ta-
I Cula r. scenes of the prorlu fi"n IS the
i masking together of foreign born
Amert'sns anil then dissolving them
I Int r • one huge \m.erb an flag flying
I free--the I rile meltinr pot of the
I nations. In one big s> ene s/tot)
soldiers with fixed bayonet" advene*
I In a formidatile mars to answer the
I call of (1«»lumhln The world'* latest
I n»-» s. * n* w comedy and special *-n
--j tertainmer.t by Kmm >ns and f'clvln
are among the othei t>r<<gram offer-
I tngs.
i
IF THE PHYSICIANS
will pttase notify Cherry 17(50 when leaving their othces or homes, we
will take care of their calls.
“We Are With You Day and Night*"
Cherry 1760.
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In •• % Mormon Maid" on llrnrt l ane
i "rcen.
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; 'y. - * v BBi
aaygA- * Mggj
K. A HI.K \A II II A V|*
la•• The stolen Ircnty" on V|a#tl*on
s*Teen.
*i tnisiiv
I y thr'Hlng in intic.
rv ■}*•»• f>l st\ ’*"l stolen Treaty f*«i
turmg FatV- W ":w* • ' t «
I lea ting ladv < uinne iirifflrh « an-
I c tin. < and a- r \- week * ittri.-t -n
th* Madis-tf. theater r>n* > ven n? i
charming <rl -.aid to . man *Td
I"\< *ii adventur* omt thing really
dangerous. t ut sorn-tl.- ng vr rih
while." An inif ortHnt fi"i»ty was
stolen fr.-m the i*-:art’ient of »:*?»
and held by btarkmaitei s, and th*
t«.*k of re- .verlng the ,»t d*n i-aper
was assigned t-. th* man Th- girl
longed for advent-re and 1* -.trie
within the man's p.-wer to givs It t
her. Then followed a s.-ne» ~f ud
venture*. the Ilk*- of wht-h. *v*n her
most darlmr fan. .es .« >»uld net hav e
anticipate*! "The >tol< n Treaty-** is
n r->mantle and up-to-the-ntinut*
melodrama, ex siting from th- first
to last Actual war pictures . f th*
battle of the -I .truer VS lit .... «he . ■
« an ad-le-i attfH- '-or. Th- M«-l « -n
son- ert orchestra, under the - ri
of Kduaril Werner, will plav appro
priate music and I'the! R i t Mel! .*
ann.itm- »* a pr- c-sm f n* w . n «j.
nouill w i|l\.
Fur and In ight*r wilt r»ign su
preme in rh<- Folisrum ->f > amuse
ments nnd-r the Bad v*u»!k next
week The hlg auditorium In »* •
n**» am isem»nt park on .fcff«-re<-n
--kV». Just beyond the Helje ?s|r bridge
t-l-proech has won for -tself a iji*-c’
amount of popoiaritv Nothing l'k»
it has Iren shown before in this sec
tion ot th»- on’rv th- n»*ar* st ap
proach t<> ft being the famous M*e«pie_
hf*c park et «‘op*y island The
r "l!»* mi is a build ng nearly a block
1 t.t Jin i u -■ inr. v, tv* . sfor'es
high-an*l Including r-x- ro. ni and .11
the modem i .- n • n*- * that are
' r - . t.V . V . ..
MADISON
I 1 1
Ore Week Only Starting Noon Tomorrow J
Earie Williams
*« “The Stolen Treaty”
SPEC IAI ADDED ATTRACTION
“WAR” —The Battle of the Somme j!
Second t'.itlllo* t
Washington
WEEK STARTING TOMORROW NOON
\\ EMILY STEVENS .v
In a Patriotic Drama of Lovt and Sacrifice
“THE SLACKER
An O. Il»*nr\ Story I EMMONS & COLVIN
‘SPECK OF (»ARNEKED ~IV
FRCIT" WEEK! A’
K*‘f * an«l *un Mrl« IR>2-V>| It frn Wr, M«U. flail), I.Vi n frit
r)FTRO!T TIP^FS
**•*.
I.ITTI K tJKORt.IK
U ith "nnnill.ot Mrvne" Temple
Mil.
»*■ ,» (m rt * im.li*
in rt r .*■• rts f th« * • • v A * It
snttn hlnf in*
with '
< • e\• t■> 1 c . 1 11 1* tl "Sl '1 1 «lil
< idmv ,<n«l b.d! ac astern iiv. 'I her.*
rr* t*itrn*'tU*r** n the building
,nd *■ ve* \ pe» ti * <|e «d'de, and
M*h part u th* fast v *-* a* many
rue.- on*’ f" a- 1 ng r ]»*rl * * and as
i hey please In *ne en<l ftbehuild
ng ’her* ai < th* Mag inirr**rs,
lumi**., t» • '-It-' • ' the lnnu
,..*r» ** theater a* ti e thep. th*
am eni at * * t • ‘ie !a*e Kaiihi}
*. ••t\i railw arc t l • '-arrel of |o>
»t*.' beta ecu • • **'*'g n the mean
wav-»*. the ?*>\ 'rot. h - tation. rei
duttonlef w'-rtl*'. submarine dip, ao
*. ; ! *er. ■: fit tig p"’ and other
.ne |. *« moving
i r«n lr.xd.- t the Mo« rd walk
11. X r f 'he three * g Slides.
ms ’ v Jrand ‘’any n and Niagara,
vv -p '*tter are sir. \ q the. really
inlar features > 'hr ‘'oliseum.
It 111 M
w en Pa • » n*eifv* triumph.
>t ’* y M nut* Ken*’ ill will bepre
i ip r . 1 . urv ' 'rater next
k l>\ the N i:i"v n r- Arthur
,t ■ •* -n n i oy. ■ *• nmg the
■ ? A-■ i.- n n i at f. pular play
i*us• Me ItiiVl* has U 1.-H the mi;-
, ,«x t a same h*■m ei ■ locale and
c.xt’**:f n ■ril»d rh* pe-ennial fa
x . t*.« "Vt iy ;v w n Past” an*l “The
Old ll* mestead ’ It das the sam
aint ail and al*- the more
-• eedv element ‘ha? !nates mod
ern i:fe In M le-a-Mmut*' Krndall
th* auth-'t t-lls t • tale fa y*uing
•v. • x* <* ■■ < . i- x l *;.i» tn rath -
• r a m**re original manner Ilian mr’i
*<rs ter* or* w.*nt t* <h* In stag*-
• ore .A I** t 1 e c**untrv girl. Joan K* -
a: «, pi *y « ar* in p ’ taut ; art in hi*
life her h< i tn*l n* bis con
ne. t n w;thn,a w* man of tne world
nnd tea 1 i/ e* th* : \* f th* s*mple
lif- Th*' lav ■* <re of delightful
**rest Ml
fer vv 11 av J h* 1 ' an* and r
K- .xttert n young K**ndul. T e *up
j ej nr u nit * n hides the Miss*
T' ixs-.n, Tarr 1/v*"i’i» and Messrs
Testa. I hert n Uwi* r. Hyde.
Clayton ar and I<n v I •*.
i.AA KTA.
The frayety tb.» ’ r will reopen
Sunday aM*-r»v *n -A i*» r with the
'T.ibcrty ijirls" l»ur ng »;» summer
the theater ha been . r.c * eiy redec
*>thte ' .* nd n unv Improvanjenfa in
*ti. lied *nelud nr anew e.-iorin* and
r»w stxi;e apr-.n The seating apa
->ty has been increased **r,d the (>*n
•■ra| nppearan e of th* I■ • * gr. a*ly
:• sj ,r>• • •••>’ In the n*w w*<ll an- -a
-t * n« and draperies 'tunas•• .Tobn
M M «rn will endeav r t . ke#.;. up 'he
•■f*xrdurd of the f»«vet as a rle-m.
flr -.t 11l Ar h* 'ne of burle*e,t]s The
• T.ihc? tv run? headed hy Ja-'k k i
wav “ M f. resent a nrw ent ert *'n
tp* -»* p* w *'. stumes and *r#ner’. i-it
new fr.ee*.
r\ I. A tT. hUIDFA*
Anew ensemble i im- *. 1 T •
t'n*t»d Sta’es ' v th* f'el* e *,v
.jeps (**'nr»i eomran* wII he the
feature of tbs > i.l ' i <rn ■ nur'a o
ment next week It <•• miM rival • <
X’l*'* ess * f ’he ' AIM* • htu-mt *
which has been a d<' bled hit In
th» new ».timber the hoy* ar* dress
ed In the costume of K. i* mtrr»«
r.rwl >'m: '<3 tAdl'\ IV V««> 11-'l..
1 *n* < '* w li-> th i !i>. rtad *»
njfhum *><ron« "i*h rakra, h. «* »nd
*1 **Yx»en ■ir.i ntt, -’tin "' ie
tlir li’i tn t'u* l'«i » V#rd." «’th<r
!'• \ m> t< rn itu. Ji’!l u< u w*• c k
«• Nut Mitral V!, and
I ir Jr I’lii'rilf, ;« • ,* '• n,n:
prifl e t I) ftt.il. , a.l it? .n
--t t .• 1 1 «t nr j»> rs • riii | * AV NtHtl*
II 'i' - i! tv ll ,-n, ii tv' w iniliT'
i • -.i.il mirnSrp and Mine Ki«>i{ It
•• her dar< iiiir mrl« * >ll 'tm • n«'w
«»«n>ln« number*. \V*dno*da> e'en.
> ft.i" r t ..!» <l>- l>«n«' will I *
i ih H*h niR t
< mill II .
In« w burl»a<|iii' i •'ii.i'itiv will t »-
* »»• i run 1 1 It >vt < 1 Tin- t»irl
Ml T*. Il.ftlf, Mt \* «'!•<• k IP 111* 1
< 'nf Ihi'R'n. iAn.rifr S lint*)
rf?.' n«>..p "ne i'l'inp/tnv p<*|ui!' , «
ip:. Ituy m<inti. Anna IV A*
>. -I Ms n Mu , - M mu' K ' Hum
...r. r .-1 Hitii Vu.l.i Mitt, ('nr:
I • i rto Mike l K« !:> Vul i Imir*
!■■ , Thi’lt* will »>e pl»nt> .if
l■ • .
a <ir- v ill#* up. tali . « m the !*h >vi

% VI M I .
Tb* M r\ \\ > « hurle*«| *' ■
» ! I rl" i.s i »i Vv • i; ii • a Hit i ■•■n<*<* * p.- \ •
v • • I- ’f'vv*. 1 1 \ tv in i'ii at b'lrlettM*
TV WiOl.tr t‘ • <TTi..kr" amt “Th*
I' ii• ■ w i iiiiicr w >1 pr<>-
V • I‘ • I'li'S l i > .it ho <t I-t la> *f
n. 111. !,, t ll- m Ks t
I:■ t> ‘t .1 iho pri i
.iv f t • Mimnv are Mil*. l.m ■
' • Vi f H 1 t! v\ ar •) Ma r u i»* *'* *
i- '.i'i * M- ruiiTJ I’harVs Polling.
• 1 M -Hi MV ». «*: I. t’harlf'
'< nil I'l.ink <’tiMmin*s T'»>
Iv'i; h -•?..; will .iff*-r n»-w t!nn
i 'vi .nun,; foalttirn. ami th-
lAT D. URY LAME SUNDAY
Maid"
Stupendous .'DJB f M .
ONE GIRL
Masting
i ; ¥ _ v .. .
IN DARKEST*AFRICA YOU MIGHT BELIEVE IT IN.
ENLIGHTENED AMERICA, YOU SURELY DOUBT ITT
I TANARUS»
MAE MURRAY ... .«-•.
SMASHING. BRILLIANT STORY OF A FAITH THAT
HAS DEFIED THE WORLD... : 0 ’
DRURY LANE THEATREFri.viHiVi""
I'M Iltr o*. « ■■ • f*MIM 111 *.
" ,,k Sunday. July 29
Or\ltl| \t. ■*•• M J y •••* Jf ™* >n tilviinrr In l'r!i*f»
:::;r:::. advanced vaudeville
10- jit STARTING MONDAY MAT., JULY 30 ifl-aft.
* \v7fj7h. AICNIST IK ON(7 K MATj)Ih SMITH IN
“THE BAGGAGEMAN'
FAST. FI NNY, FARCE, COMEDY
SAU.Y FIELDS ANT) ( If \RI.FY CONWAY
6—OTHER (.REAT ACTS—(i
JA<’KIE SAI NDERS in “Hetty lie Cimhl”
Night Prices -15c-25c-35cT D*,ly
Mil HIIU %> I» »l MIH. IWO. MM v (OMIMOIO, l2:AO so 5
I MM. VI * lll'l'A U IS‘.Hi \MV *1: .10
LEATS RESERVED AS USUAL -PHONE MAIN 165""^
IYCEUM "nr si*"™*
fjmmmmmmm R 4££ r Mat. Sun.
Nights 15-25-50 ~-Mals, H 25c ]
The Boyer-Chatterdon Company
Xrsss\Ei Oliver morosco’s
“MILE-A-MINUTE
| :gsr, j KENDALL”
Hi n\» 1,% ||M 11. Vn.hor «■ t ■ l> l>M.H'<"
\« „k Mnrlln« tii.nal .%—• -IT** Ml Till: MM \ I'll V .*•
m |orr iioiri < \n-ii m g ■
CADILLAC
Real Burlesque
ueek vti rtimi m mi.u- m atin rn kvrwi iiu
THE SHOW OF WONDERS
Tbs Cabaret Girls
PttFMr.NTINO >
“The Girl in the Bottle’ 7
MIKE J. KELLY
AND “A CHORUS THAT IS”
TIIIMt—MIIDV l»r METHOIT,
V?»i- 'Mi Mnrinonv trio n'll hr aiin>M*
l'.i >; . v«ui'*\ apr ialtM s ufTrr».|
\ wr'-Ktl,.f matt Ii lii twi tn W illi mi
l i. 'ivt at >J .!*ck lai>n nritl be
; in . A t'ii<'day i v ontltir. n* an added
tin sotii.n
>m t «irp<>mllnn>
I.VN ■I \* V. t July *’ S. i*arl K
* h»n dt th*. In <>rp irnied. t*ftri'it.
up lal ato L . p.T. :l~ i I fr*MJi
t tl. 'o'.. ’. *J. /. IVvhitj'.p ft*-.
n\v,..« , \piia! •'n.'k tn> 'iii'e'l fr..ni
I Th to ft.. >'• o i\ 'ar *r'nt" 1 «»*
t r. t \ v, ’? ■ nv I’artnrrat lg>
Cream‘tv ar i’ n T.td . rap.t^l
K, k ' $4 ‘lt in |9 cod;
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m i» .■ eh .*L v. tahli'h b<’ Su.?« h* «1 out
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na-> i ltuli 1 torn.'r of wheat IV M
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RATritDAY. JI'IV 2S, 1917.
Come Any Time W 1 kdM I I 1 I LjM EVERYDAY
See It All 1:00 to 11:00 p.m.
MU Week Starting Monday Matinee. July .‘lO
.Vllft Leading Vaudeville Attraction:
Li Old Homestead
jm OCTETTE
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Amateur Diving Contests
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nt "Min kk*n*. I- Inal nn*r«l«
f >ri ' rhur»ilii> anal Irialn'
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vNnnlnti nl :l «s:tO nnd
Matinee*. 15c 25c. N>ght*. Sunday*, Holiday*. 15c 25c-35c
TCIHSOI ET ----
2 Bhl Vi 9 Warn Bm m Towm
GEORGIE and CUDDLES
In Gus Edwards’
BANDBOX REVUE
NNIlk Nlm rnt O'Dnnnell. ).n lillr KriNiltr, l.tirllle Kent. Wnrle
llnll nml m i huruH of Hr mi h llmls and v«ffl aitleena.
SPENCER CHARTERS & CO. |
In “Tlir llKflMir' |
BRACK'S STATUE HORSE BRENT HAYES
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ERNIE & ERNIE | FERN, RICHELIEU & FERN
MOOR EOSCOPE
(MAJESTIC
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VIVIAN MARTIN
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Sessue Hayakawa
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“FORBIOPEN PATHS”
Mutt and JefF Comedy and Other Feature*
2—t O C
Ojiys and Holiday*—All 9eats fexcept Auto boxes) mOC
COLISEUM
25-AMUSEIVIENTS-25
JUST FOR FUN on THE BOARD WALK
EVERYTHING UNDER COVER
25 AMUSEMENTS FOR 25c
ONE PRICE ADMITS'YOU TO ALL
FOR EVERY MEMBER EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
OF THE FAMILY NIGHT AFTERNOONS
GREATEST AMUSEMENT PARK IN AMERICA
AVENUE
HOME OF HCRLESQI R
Wvfk I nmmiiulni miiiiln» Mmlnre .Tilly SB
lr«*ni*lan Imnunißiil fa. Praaenta
The Merry Widows
BURLESQUERS
IN TWO 810 MUSICAL OFFERINGS
“The Wron* Bit; Smoke” Tfc **
... ... . if "Oirl* Behind the Counter”
abnaatn. Uk.t, ICTKM « »•'" % M ... r Nark will, M Inning
(mrra la Takan Turn P.ml, Hull. I’anrh.
—lO REAL BrULKSqrK FAVORITES—IO
W RVa n.llfi Tl r.ROAT IlflllT
WM. DEMETRAL JACK LION
Clmk Damon vg Mua.lan l.laa
To n Ktnlahi >i» Tlmr l imit.
TMIMY —«| \H« OK HI 111 KMlir.. HHOKF. IP VOT I.TKF
Leading Picture Attraction:
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I’rr(»r*i**rri> A > .
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Pearl White
In the Firet Episode of the Dra
matic and Sensational Serial
Play
The Fatal Ring
Bessie Love
In a Timely Summer Screen
Play
‘THE SAWDUST RING’
Showing a I 1. 4i.lH, ** mid IfilN
|CHAS. KENNA
| “Thf Mrrrl f^aklr"
BRENT HAYES
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