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PICTURE WORLD NOTES First Mexican War Story?Other Feat? ures of the Week Th*? rvrnt of the week amnr.c BaTUSdWS*f - devoted tu the | -1 e open ? niRht at the Lyric Theatre I indrfi* I the pifa ture known a? 'The Buttle Of TOrreOS and the Fife ?if ?i4nej-.il Villa svlously announced on this rare, the Mutual Filan ?Corporation ma'i? srrsngURBoats with Qsnsra] vuia to histc-ty ?if his Ufl The Rt-.se rr>< nt ? .?? the result. It nt*? in the eai liet i ,iti <i || : I- it is devoted ? recent ss? ? m la fully plci In liding act ? .??'nr-ie -i.,! ,,f the difficult lea enoount | the 1 unique I the so? ? ? ? ? :ur< la r.ot olds- very Un . hie es er avantage of. pre? senting - ? of the ? thrilling sort \ m.re I Ulli !"? puo* ? ? ? i t that umj "THE HOUSE OF TEMPERLEY." -s- ' k - I ii at the ? on picture .-i Sir Arthur . ? . '?:? -? ? i - uu st the and in inak ? . ? ? ? i " e and 1 ? ' ? \erv : at moa '?' ' ? rurs. ? if the I'rln'-e irga it . d treat populan ? include and the I .. . ., ;in x mle MR BARNES'S LAST WEEK. Luck and ? ; ...... -? ? Bill cominen-e t t thee ... latter merit. "The N< ? r mint- played I y a?tois from the Br< f thi f"*tj Monday, May 18th, ? a i the six par) ?- - by H i?. Sheldon. Csi it is a ?ar timo s- - ? -.s ith Mi ?. ?? the pn at the Vit ? Want? h Ine, ? ? ? MRS. FISKE RETURNS. ' for tbe first t Proc? ? ?? . , . It tlir.e it usa ' nd the carel ?sa dene in t for ' ?. ? theatra when n. ssill he Shown ' ville a ? -'.h? ther ? ? ? Th? ... ... SOUND AND MOTION. . : -., tri, ? Bwesl ? f their engag? . .? -.?,-. Thfa attraction rep ? .!...-. . omblnatlon <-f sound with ii'- rei thai baa -: JTorb The enter? - rovlde i consista of 8, iitln ? i time mllai device - hi ?? ? itloa is obta ? ? ing the e urlth the Ties ' > RI s\ hi. ii USD phonog) aph ? aeon a? hi.i In ... | th i neea < ? ANNETTE STILL PLEASES. ring An? Kellermann tref i ms ... g of pteif : stirring ta? ster un? ??'. ?.r the uula.ua bcsb - ?.?.ii in tin* picture, thla arse the ? ? - ? ? i noted ? -st attempted, the plate 6'a i-roke. and hoth MIbb Kellermsaa and Mr. l'i? n. ri ? the fhatt' ? ts a? a swimmer la t ? out In the and sh* ahM prose- h-Tselr an aacoapUslMd Bctress, The story Is a fan ? I . OSJO OSncemlng mermaids and mor t ? IN ROME TOO. .1 managers In ROBB8 are 00a? I that motion pictures axe rapidly hilling the theatre. In addition to the ? t many of the i- gUlBI thagtr, 8 rated to Ihe HSBB at pr. sent, new j pieturr house? ar? t-printt-nf. up every- ' ?a-ht-re to satisfy the Roman ?raving for | the silent drama. Is the Via Krattina I there aie tight mo?i?' theatres, ai,d a, ?? bull? The ?ame condition? prevail thr.- . out the I.-!ty. FILMS WITH CULTURE Boston Has a Picture Theatre for Mayflower Descendants. ? re, long declared h?- basas City i1 ? ? thing o! the d< nr dead ; asi ?? a glittering an?! glorloua phoenix from the ashes with which the Commoaa i? aaoually for? lr.z?.| ? ? ? ? . ? : .. .red it i.? the soli that rofaeo oa reel ? aly, motion pit lut TI i ? : a have long ? h'-r Ished a mad passion f?>r the movie?, bJt of ' narrow esthetes ?Mi?se thought waves coruscate about th? heights of B*?acon ire felt it their duty to r? prt as i gO OH reeding IbOCX r d Nepenthe and in t>e a thine ?if th.- past At 1 nht u motion p! ture thy of the "Mol Mayflower ? .?n opened Let It not he supposed for a moment ? Kpeafflve to enter these Bacred ?' tii- m<i?ing muse. Something more than r ? saaary No pereon v?iii !??? admitted unie.-? in evening dresa an economy at the ?tart, for ?uch pale illumination a.? is ne?dful in a pict? ure theatre will be amp,y supplied by the tloni '? -n i myi id of ala Bbouldera and armor-hke shirt bosoms. Poeaibly s professional tailor win he emplo ? detective to . ? a? h at the floo in by tire SUbtl rl'itrr- ol ?;'in of fine raiment. isai :? i" say that the -, s of a eery spe? M .ins fr,.m the orchostrs at th<- -al se . ;?; ri h.ri i'erl to syn Bl ?! OCUMT s?nsa Many picture? ?rill :-. f'.r the theatre, anfl i ? i me not ?rill be i bjected te a hie hyflrol) ill Bo-ton ? la only an"th?-r ?-?en . ? ? , ? ONE MORE ARRIVES New Candler Theatre Is a Mov? ing Picture House. On? more playh' i ? wei ?vl'le-l to the ?n?>?> Square with t? ? i snlng i .-?'??>? evening of the Candler Theatre, on Weal 4j?-i ,?t For I -.dl?-r ?rill he t to motion pictures, arrd "Antony tnd Cleopatra" la beini ahoam as the '? ' '?- i '?- ho v-"s ssafls by ??ho produced 'Quo ? ; ? ( Pompeii" an?l i he exhibition of Thursday evening tras its first appear Nee York. "Antony and potra ' i- ' haracterisad by the aaaae but careful eonstruetlen vvh.cn I . popular. It pre vents the fi- Of the Egyptian queen and her Romea l?*-v?w in a simple and ?ffective manner. rin attr?- tive ?tt ii'tur? idea? In theatre ? otiKtru-tion, it has a seating eopeeity aboul equaU* distributed between ??or and oi,e baloony. The - home Is s.nt?. gray <?ri.i orange and th ?:? ?rations show s praiseworthy svoidai I ornatenesF. (?n the vvall of tlie lower promenade i? i.nted mural panel. It Is the work '? lerter, and th.? b'ihje.-t is 'The Ftte i'hrimpetre " The pictur?? m es sur re by eight feet and is none in c...- it gives s eery pleentag ef i? ' t t.? tve promenade Bis Herter loom I se? r.? - from Shake ?;? , . . s. form ?a I art of the dec-r ative scheme Altogether the Caadlas is an ?t tra Uve theatre and Worthy of New York Citv. I'ropiators iii' (?et-rge Kleine, Co? han ?v Harris and Bol B "THE MASTER MIND.' if any sric-t ss of the legitimate stags ha? ever bean pat -mo ire form (-o ?hortly after Its New fork run a? 1? the ease with "The Master Mind'' a film ***?**t*eea haa ptapari I as the third offer hag <<f Jesse Leaky m tins held of entertainment, and. as was the caes m ine two previous rr? dutitloaa. the leading part 1? taken by the playee who created the .roi? m true drama, Edmund I'r> ? ?? Last seasion 'The Master Mind" had a run of some s?\ni m-Tiths at the Han a Thiatre. Th* detalli f.f the stage vei.?ion are consequently ?o Clearly In mind that i an added tatereei ? seeing it a? a movlag i K-urre fe. il I>? Mille and Oy :<r hptti th? produ-err?, have auc OOSded tn adding a large amount of ma? terial to th? orig-ina! without destroying Ita unity and cohort nee. Many actnes ?were add-.1 at th- hegtanlng bul th-?? merely go t?. \ i-ua'.iz? the rdtUStlSfl which' m th? stau-' production th- audien?t? had -me as aire?is ? - .- \ )r;tn acenea aie added, et ? "Tbe Msatei Mil * ' first thmiKiit to t.?' a play which la not suited reen production This dose not Pfose to he the case. Th'-r?. i? a ronal'lerahle ? of action and the msster} feat? ures aie eery w?ll l.rought out. Slhitng booh revolving Areptscee and other i. ??' han! al i la to mm i title is exit? and . ? ? ?? aa lend themselves parti irly ??'?ii to pi ocegiai Mr Brease handles hla part fully as vseit a? ha did on the Mac?, nnd la Bug ported by iri ? ? ellent - c' in whi?-h the, worb of Mahei Van Beuren a? Lucine de aervss speeiai romm'-n-!,-!?' - Southern California teems t-i ha a spot Where animals thrive. In the Infant ?!? partaient at the fv-lic- zoo there are at present t w .1 bal ? ?. ? ? ? ^ camel, more than | d"Z' il Uos r ji.s fourteen yoUBg pumas of assort'-d ?tz--s, t\so small giraffes, ? pois of whit- deei fawaa and a water buffalo calf Bee idee avtinn as pr the ani? mals arlll an he on exhibition to vtaitora ssl h Stop .'vt I.o- '?.'.-? ? s ?m th.-ir wav tu or from the Psnsms-Pa II Exposition Speakinu oi the Bellg tnu. OlgS, known as "th- queen.' is app<arlng In vaudeville vsith a sextet of her spotted cats from the 1 10* e e.-nreg Kath'sn Wtlllaml i? 0UOI more at -work af'-r the Vacation which she earned by her atrenuoua acting in "The Adsentures ??f Kathlsn' Her period of rest was ipsnl at li-r home in M-.ntana. Mack Sennett. of the K-s.-t-.r.? com? edies, has aueceeded in atagtng a rather reslarkaMe feature In a film eoon to be shossn. it depicts the axploaion of a ? 1 l of nii'k and the - ? -, , eni ? ag of obaei rera Ii ohtng fi und BtOry Windows It s is -life bet there will be no erytag oust Ihhi split milk. Another atunl or Mr ?3ennet1 - 1 (?ein?; In the realm of trieb photograph] sh"ss s a hors?- ri?l i-n Is MahSl Normand and with a poUcemun holding te H ? apparently falling four hundred feet over I precipice Kllta Proctor Ott? Will Ihortly be seen in the role of BSTUBCSB von Hilda in "The Greyhound " This is the sam? part which M ?? <>tis pias.d i-i the stage production of the ?am?- sttrs? Ho? The Life PI ote Film f-OrpOrStloa la making the picture FILMS TEACH SAFETY Pictures Will Show How to Avoid Street Accidents. B] means of an arrangement w?th the Motion Picture Kvhib-.tor?' Association the Safety First Boctst] wtH be enabled to tea- h the public how to avo: i a- lidsnta A series of motion pteturue BhSWlsg the variou? was s in which street a? cldent.i may be asoided. and how they m"?t commonly occur has been gSUPUMd, and these will be exhiMted at ail theatre? in the city whuh are operated by mem? bers of the association r.aiph j-'uiks, Boroueh Issrutgrj of Manhattan, ie chairman o: ti.e ?y., tgj. ? committee of the Safe*? F.ra? - and is much Interestrd Is iraffl liona ' :ty ami nation may well m 'Urn the lots of oar brave soidleri who fed tn the pet f.,in-. ii duty on Mexican "Likewise, ihe year!? loss of five hundred lirea on our public highWS S, in front of our very tepe should ceuse ms to hang our Mrt' or Mlt'h.-I In 01 ?:?,' "f tiie work of the aafet) or ? ,.?! "1 ? ? lOSB Of ' ' ? high?.one of the features of our muni and much 1 the moving pi? i 1 r I - "r ? ? -? of the society ire I.. Mill?, presJdenl. .'? Be i ' ? Mont .? - Ogden Hills K. Woodruff, ? sderlck H Elllot, genei i . seen -ar?. a WHEN IS AN INDIAN? Many Persons Think Mona Darkfeather Is, but Ti.s Hardly True. ?ri every vv.rv axcepi thai aha Is not an Indian lit -? 0 SOS Mona on the screen each wsel her to be s Intfdan, ?"'it that Is merely a tribute r art. 1 Is S native of I.os Ari L-el'- s were among the that th- rlw* r.f the Mission Father? - ? ood Mona has ' been ,?.--??? ?-..-?...? r- e Stti ? ' people, per? haps, this fast <i "And the more 1 lOSTO r.f them the better I like them." sa.vs stiss I'nrk featii?.- I ? ? 1er ll .i con? pilm? r.t t?? be mistaken for an It-d Mona h Um? among the varioua ? I Is ret by all of them a? a patron an especial favorite SUMM -' ths Bl ,?r.d Arapaho.? sir?- B| among the former trlb, ar.,! at her de? parture t'hlef l?g Thunder gave her a hand-made si ve- ? , 4 a token of estee+n from tie tribe She ?pent a much longer trrre with the Araparroe?. beln? among them for two ?ears t'hlef B Bfl Bun and hfa ra made her cess of the trite - ? ? (lie title, whi'h she freq :- ?? tea II p| ? . ?? '?wing to h?r popularity among the ariorigine?. Miss Darkfeathei ; one of the fine?t private collections of Indian beadwoik and IraphlSS '"? -v ? SI ? She al??? own? a pony known as ? t'oniaacha, which t? r rot UcaB] able to speak, and e/hleh is of great aid to her In playing her Indian roles. ? ? ?? A REAL GEM. THIS "The Lightning Conductor*' Is a New Sort of Picture. a an Inlie: sir.- to crll ? everything that it ,~ * ? .' to admit thai an' produc? | wil " Tul BU? ? e ir. the case of A K, ? ? ?? prodU 'ti-iri .-t tor." We attend? ? g of this picture, at th? , there wss sn audi | illy ei ; any with a ?Title About esers- five or I ' ? .? had to con i - ? ?? as set n"'hmg a had appeared. So it was until the picture s Of course, one can say that the film la tiot 1 good drama, but that is no fault. It was never meant to be. It was d?sig? n?t.-.! to ? tath?r pretty st"is' In a fascinating wsj for the pun ng entertainment at-.d it do? with a whoop Bo far sa wt ki ftt, there been another picture of the BOrl mad?, but WB lope ih're will r?e more. Other books b] th. Wil..-. offer similar ? ha It la not sn difficult to see the is hi. i BBShe ' ? s KO'?d one hirst, a tilm of a r ida by follow 111? the a ? ? t :., i couTM of the chsrs**terfl In their travail ? ? i hardly help having much interest. \\> have frequently sug gested that the superiority of most for? .-ign tiims ?s due to the greater time spent In m?kln?; them. H.te is an ex - view, it ? tu" sen fact thai it meent g trip to Europe and an exti tided 1 i tour t,, niake il re suite?! in a more leisurely procedui. tl.-m Is often the ,.i .- ss it ? b pr.t I ?- t of Amer. less atudloa However, "The Lightning Condui - lly be ? ompar? d w itb oth. ;' films .i . lass of which it is the first ? B Tha I - ? - Usnl ona i I i besded by Dusttn Parnum, In the role of the lovsl Is noblemsi ssho I revelled sa "Brown," the chaurteur, ?n or?ier to be near tbe Ameriess heroine Tiie story is not MM which Kg :? .1 H la ?? ? ii dona wed lust Tbe i ait s travelled in . 'i;.-!'' th.--miriu.te affair and the ... ., wheesy nschlne ? t ? i ol IMt, nhi- ? paga fer ssii;. h Molly paM UM '?f ht-;- fai .?ni-- Brut d ?i'.ii.i. - h ?s hardly nscesssry te say that tn>- Un i ranee of et - Ing s- ? m g, VsriOUB elevsr nids are intrMii | Is a map on which a pen-il trseefl UN ruste ol the travi ? ihlng a hesvy lin?- at each atop of Importance and then gsisg on |uel before the seeaeg whl'h show the event! on the was to tne -top. Another help :? the ?n-Md- ntal music. It is doubtfil if any picture has ever had mu? -? ? rarly arranajed t.> ?.ne IH.stiation of hosv much music can do for pictures. - Lightning Cnnductst" wit ?oon : ?' ' ? bsve to wsteh their stepa kv ell re? ? ? ? i . in ? tcellent aetsr, fe? ie ?s.i- pmeon-ioed. Tlie pla>er (Sil BS * ??? '?-.' \AahX ?-t **--A^ relnstStsd. **** PARLOUS TIMES Camera Man Tells of Dodging Rapid Tit? Gun Bullets While Taking Views of Torre?n Fighting H. M Pean, the rim*ri mu, who wi on? of the M it ,a! operator? with Vil on h!? march to Torran, tell? a ator Which differ? -n man-, respect? from thi whl'-h was ?eut o'.t bv war ?orre?pon? enta, and lie has photographic proof < hi? arco int. Tr.e pictures which h? too are all erahodted tr. ' The Hattie ?,f Toi renn and the Life of General \ 'lia." no' teinK show:, at the Lyric Tl* Most of the published eceounts loM ?i terrific fighting whi'h ceurred in th streets of Torreon. and ?aid that t!. ?treet? ran with b'ood. Th?y also t"*' of the dlflcultie? which Villa's army ha? in croestng the Klver Nazas in Its time floor!. "As a maMer of fa? t." remark??' M i?e;,n. "there aas no <-,o*e "???ruing !; Torren. r?ri.l whel there WSJ ?H?i 'i"1 amount to anytking, for when VB ?lier? sntered the town they f??und ont] two dead, aid tr? it l. er of thern ha?i becji kibe?! in liattle Tue Mppaojsdly laefs ? toi rent of Nasas vv.i- ?ir>. and th?- army marched directly a-i???s ,t? bed a? ..tr fortably as if it bad never ?xist??! "It was at I.erdo und Dones !'??'?" that the reai flghtiasj of the campaign took place, ' Mr !>e;in w. it ?.n. ' Kl nln-?, tne armored ?annon car on which we I a?l [our camera, was 'inder more or Ie?s OOSt? steal tire for twelve days." Mr i?e.in and les cempenloB, H s ? a foiied to follow alo; | the an eat th? a-.-l the task of packing their cameras, til" ? heavy tripods over the rough and desert 'ike i. a i one, made .et of tortilla?. "In order to s?-t too.l ;,'tire< me ?'? ? ? . ? - - ? ited i and the I ? ? ? aeemed to take delight in i l ? on us. The;.- were ? .--..?. : Colt machine ?runs, which work rate of thirtv ?hots a second A as vve v? oulfl get wi we vve re on? te.irlnc te '' ?n eloth, a. ?.or; by a strange whining noise Instantiv We woil?! drop fit on the mezquite stud? Il i sanfl, as va much preferred thorn t * t ? those from ?-nub-no.-. I let?. When the shooting WO I - : t,?i?e a f?w mere pi t? tire.? and then flop down Sgaln We really had the most extraordin?r luck vvith our rsmorse as th? only inj .rv was when the tr'pod vvr.? shot out from unr-er or,e. "For the first time In modern warfare." : . ......... i. ? photographers were pens tted to p ly on the firing line There Is no nylng tiutt we were scared. I talked With s French army ofBcar at Torreen, win? told ma that be bed ? ren on the flrlng Uns in ever imp. tant WM m a:! ports of the gi?'he in the -? f yeen Th. Kiench officer, of ; Bgs told me that h? had ?? ? ? itooMd himself t.. being imder Uto. and that the | whine of burstln- . re hitn transe Sinking feeling which he telt at hi? rtr-t cattle. Every foot of Him vve took on the firing ?ri.e vvns of rn-?e?-|t\ ? ? : ?' nsk. There can be no faking in real wi: To gel the-.? flays the war photog? rapher must le al ' ?? ?? front, for it i* only by being where there is fighting thai he ? an gel any pir-turee <?f intere-t ' A DESPERATE CHARACTER. rhere will be n it ?toi ' vincing sort In a d Of the Mutual fill! ?en?? The ??lm will ?h?iw an attempt on the pa 11 of ...-r of the I. W. \\ . i| the prit? ? sffered In the Tribune'? Hen Franklin QuiS. in whi h the tin.il plcl ? published ?.?'?? The was on exhibition in the . Of Rit. hie | .... "ii W. I) hUrted .1 ?'llik thront!) the p! il? a of the ? ?? by the and i aughl The r ?? ? i -1 .??-i ? ? ?! an ? r."i mOUS I "??? -1 The Mutual ' inters mall, who wa ?itching it all. Was BO ' aref-,1. i I ? dStallS w.ie >o well aorked out that every one thought it a IM h"?d-U| In fait, at least one of tii- aftei noon papera gravel repi I as euch, .-rid stated that the prim ?i .?i ? ,. heir- f.,r att- ? : ? Th? i feras a rather -nique s? i-ne. CHANGE AT THE NEW YORK. There ?rill r?e a ?omplete change of pel? i- ? at th- New fork Theatre rommani lug to-day. Hitherto sp.'ia! fe, -nown fee ?* week aOA h. but now there Will he a darl.. 'dans- of pro? gramme, in -pit- of thl? da . pa the pictural offered ?ill all be features sad win be flrst run filma Ten r ? ??. . make up each day'? pro-cian For this week the Mature pb-tures of? fered will Include The Woman <?f Mi. ?ter?," The tiatnc of Love," The Man ot the Hour." The ?tn;-f?'. ??, .j. "The Wa:f "Mongrel and V.n.t... "The Fallen Idol" Both ..-? H?%f? Seiut and T'ath"i woehllee v* . t? u^ on their rel'.i?e a., ? , YET ANOTHER USE. A moving prctire BCBM ' - , v l:?emen has Just been operier: the authorfrticfl hegt I *:?> r.?,. BTUlt in a few tMOt n iciVij. of the sntlerworld .d ga. ISIS or. th' He w-;;; ? shown the best wav to ?top a nt-?.t, ?w to du In va j of handl:- . 1 r^n^ crtsalsshi, t"?ether ?. ? struments and -n. ! .??;??? h# ^ msustrstss. Bj s .-.-.. pi. r ires are al?" ihos n .-.., ?he g,,-, ernrr?-- * ISM faithful o?cers. ~ J s.'-n f.f "if*'- tfOOgh "art*-." i -- i Ma a baa j-?' i Res th from ti-e Coast H' abo it the I ? ? pan] ' * ?? ' -1 ? - : ' of ms o*n If t t , - The animal Nature. i fjg* <? ? ator " - : on? whs Is post? i I . j ? | t likes to refuse a i phetagM habit. I Ike. who Joli ciilv a !? ss a ..,??? ? nently. * ?? I ? stories ~:, Thia cor an . ?? i ble. ?"?ri?: I ???: - ? ? fr??m : ? ? FBI i nof " "I could love. "? | ?..d what II i like"' "I am twel' e -e- g marry mef "I'll bet you with aj - Popularity Hoi art R'j?sworf: uhOg "I -rd J sveek. Is now staging ? L"_fl ' In en tO t.ike full ? rec-nti: mto tii? i red i BtedmSS playa ttV lead * I ! s k* BelleW. Ii g Da the ?-? ri In T ? OEfj Of the KOfl ne Bush and oth? i rl on pars are mo'irnu.g pa it ute to New Y ? .-. "? * IM Play?n ? ompany Pearl White usa si en? ss la Iflss te I *? i em severe the face ? - Wilfred I.'leas ersel some I 'he ? spare th? *.:? I I ! done shout It. .Vow h--- his - ? in and is go ? right shun but i "?''"- ? ,.-? o. i);?B self. w D Taylor can do ? _gg ? ? He sketches ? ' dS," has ? I Harold Lockwood, : Pias ms, rscrivei a Little itiri of twelve He s> . from drOWl : "?i k- ? r lag in l .?id will nsv? thoss letton t ssya they i toud ? Mars- P* ltf( ' ?Wei ? '| The?. t week to sei h? ' ?were ' errang -.. t eras i ?he HI I ? ng those showing ol Montgomen H.-hert W ?n. Nor at the tenth ann ... ? ghe was rted I ? " ?? . ?, of t!, ? ? the -i"'-? renl 11) the field. ? the at: ? V, '?..:*.. is I Bh people addr. H uves. ' the rame h* aril billed in the old ? V IllOgl-, Louise Olsum i Ivures S.u.? i I , team at I: ? he pias.s oppoa ??? i - lies | Bdwsi : .sont-* with all the boyi e anthuslsgt.? rei team, and attends all the a eSSSgSB} of liei BBUthST, ?a ho If. fan aa herself ?