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uM.v 13 V r n ? THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1922. Reel Reviews By DON ALI.EN t The statistic hound would prolwbly I glory In the cinema bills alone Mo ;v1cwny tills week. Loving cotntarl sons us lie Own, Mr Statistical eoultl Blanco over tli eurntit Him ntti ac tions and gleefully announce: "If llic combined fuotaKf Itelni; shown In nil UromlYMiy cinemas tills week were pasted together enil to end It v ouldn't reach nnywheie." And for unci al least lie would ba absoiiuilutc'y iK'ht. Mole titles haw Brown po they mean nothing n fur as l ! (I'm Roes, bo the bout sslem nowadays Is to write down n list or the films now un winding, hold one hand oer both wyes and place the Index tinker of the other hand nt or near the place where the list Is. No matter where the Indi cator polntp. you'll be Just ns well off. Any way you take It. the film situ ation In Just us blurred, as fur as the present atti actions are concerned, as It ever was. 1U TluL one-Might even be tempted to ay It was Hs-YBlor. Hut, be that as It may. we have, with W this week: The wild and lurid second episode oi "The Mls- tress of the World," still showing, but almost suffocated by other films, I both the Itlvoll and ltlnlto: An all-lrlsli week at the Capitol, and Menard nnrthelmcss In Heventh Day," at the Strand. Among the hold-overs and lone run features still occupying screens nie: "Orphans of the Storm," In Its tenth week at the Apollo; "The Loves ol Pharaoh," at the Criterion; "Deter mination.! at tho Cameo, and Prlscllla Denn in "Wild Honey," at the Central. c PASSING IN REVIEW J) Score another for Dick lUr thelmcss. Ho puts 'it over In good fashion agnln, this' time In "The Seventh Day," a Porter Emerson llrowne story, at the Strand The , story Is u simple one oi simpler down cast flsherlolk, and we can think of no other screen player more suited to the part being played by Harthclmess tlinnBarthelmcss. The oven and sometimes tiresome tenor of the Maine folk Is ruffled up a bit when a lavishly outfitted yacht is compelled t'i lay to for seven days because of a broken engine. Ono dccldcilly flappcrlsh flapper, played by Ixmlse Huff, decides to while away her lime by flirting with John Aldcn, played by tho star. All during the week she takes the -affair as a huge Joke, but on the seventh day well, a lot of things happen many expected and others rather out of tho ordinary. Darthclmess Is master of a certain typo of screen acting, and "Tho Hernth D.iv." having been written about his personality, fits oven better than inan gloves we have seen lately. The photoplay at times Is as good ns any hIiuwii in a blue moon. I.lovd Hamilton, to our way of thinking one of the1 funniest of film comedians, rounds out tho Htrand bill In excellent shnpo with "Itolllng Stones," his latest and merriest Mer maid nptneil. The music Is up to the siriind standard. Ono could ask no mort "('nine on Over," an Irish story by Hup" it Hughes, Is being unreeled In honor of st. I'ntrick'B Week at the Cupltol It Is 100 per cent. Emerald. Hro.idua Is having Its last chance to see the popular William S. Hart on tin' sllwr screen. At tho Hlalto Mi Mail Is seen In "Travoiln' On," willti'ii b himself, and announce ment Is made that It Is tho "fare well" srixen appearanco of this ac tor, who has lecn tho Idol of movie inns tor yais. In tho role of "J. II.." an illiterate wandorcr of the West. Mr Hart travels along, trust ing no one, ignorant of all laws, ex cepting those of his own creation, and ever lelylng. on his trusty gun for his own protection, Thore are many amusing situations In tho pho lodranu, one lielng tho experiences of "J. H." in an Arizona town where he meets "Two Gun" McGce and tho the wife of un Itinerant preacher. There Is not a dull moment from tho lieglnnlng to tho end of "Travelln' On." Supporting Mr. Hart aro Ethel flrey Terry, James Karley, little Mary Jane Irving, llrinsloy Hhaw and Hub ert Kortman. The second chapter of "The Mis tical! of the World" turns from China to Africa and moves through that continent to the gates of tho city where the treasurer of the Queen of tfheba are hidden. It In called "The nace of Life" and shjws incidents of African life. Keeping up with tho Ht. Patrick s Day spirit, the overture is Victor Herbert's "Irlslr' nhapsody." "nought and Paid For," with Ag nes Ayrcs and Jack Holt In the lead ing roles, is the feature cinema this week at Dr. Itlrsenfcld's Itlvoll Tha tie. This Is a William Je Mlllo pro duction from the play by (iconic Hioadhurst with the scenario by Clara lleranger. It will bq recalled, as In tho play, that tho story revolves around a poor girl who marries a mllllonnlro and later falls In love with him. Ho begins to drink heavily (lucky guy), and for a tlmo wins luirl: her affection through gifts, but grad ually he repels his beautiful wife and reminds her that ho tiought her, paid for her, and that bIio Is his personal nroperty. Hho leaves him, goes to work und all Is dreary. The brothrr In-law, a comical youth played by Walter Ollley brings them together again. Theie Is a unique study tn black ami white In "Tho Yellow Oil I." an original story released by Vltagraph, in which novel color and costumo schemes aro shown. "The Hace for Life," the second oplsodc In "Tim Mlstiess ol the World" cycle of Para mount releases, Is shown. Tho music sensation thlfli week Is the Original Piano Trio; three planus, playing classical selections and encoring with lliminl Hay." George Ulchardson, baritone, obliges with tho drinking song from "Hamlet." Tho Itlvoll Orchestra renders "If 1 Wore King," with Frederick Htahlberg conducting. Tho Itlvoll programme this week is very goyd. ASK 200 WOMEN'S CLUBS TO STOP SUBWAY JAMS Trnnnlt f'amiiilaalon InviiWm Thr.tr A hi to Help Solve Problem. Two hundred of tho most influen tial women"! clubs of Now York City havo been Invited by tho Transit Commission to help It solvo the prob lem of overcrowding In the subway Each has been askokd to appoint a committee to confer wl.li ono of tho Transit Commissioners at an early late, to discuss tho part thnt womc'i nny play In relieving congestion Thero are two things lbj commission tints tlio women's i b. tu do. Tho tlrst is to effect n general agree ment among the women of New Yoik 'Ity who aro not engaged In busmes-t, that they will do their travelling In hours other than tho rush hours. The commission wants them to refrain fiom coming downtown to shop until after 9 and It wants them to start for homo not later than 4. Tho second Is that, when they ret on a local train, to stay on it until they reach their destination Instead of changing nt tho first express stop. TAXI PASSENGER HURT IN 5TH AVENUE CRASH Anio IJrlvrr Illumed for I iilllnloii In Arrested. Frank Trcanor, twenty-seven, of No. 17RR Vvi Avenue l(r.ir ' T tinimlblo fracturo of tho skull and lac erations of the tight knev early to-uuy For deep frying and sauteing, Mazola is unequalled. There, is no waste. Use it over and over again. Carries no flavors, even of fish and onions, from one food to another. Used and recommended by Public School Domestic Science Teachers "ETDJTF Beautifully rJVCJZ illustrated Com Product! 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