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h EVlENm' PUBLIC EtiGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAYS SEPTEMBER 10, 1918 : - ?5b 4 , ,. T . " I 15 h t f V . l -y Mere Men of IS. to 45 Can Register Next Thursday for Draft Announcement was made today of tho ofllclal registration places for tho enroll, ment Thursday of army ellglbles from eighteen to forty-five, inclusive, who have not nlready registered. The list contains the addresses of 1303 registration bureaus, which will ho open Thursday, between 7 a. m. and 9 p. m. for tho most part they ore at the regu lar polling places. Registrants may enroll 'at any bureau designated by tho local board of their respective district, although to avoid congestion the ellglbles nre requested to select the one nearest home. rJTollowIng Is the ofllclal list of regis tration bureaus, hended with the number arid-address of the local board In charge and-the- wards embraced by each: LOCAL BOARD NO. 1. 3D ASH DICKIN SON 8TP. FIRST WARD imx a i mn fl, Tront HW. 1-Sonl & Tasker 1K'J7 jfajnmcnslns; 1B08 P. 2d i4",,M5"r.e,. !.! 140)1 K. Moyamcns ifinft Mhvnm.nslnjff jloyameiwins S. ". ..... - -.---.. N. XV. 5th & Heed N n. 1th i. Mountain lii2 s. mn 1713 S. Ulh. .. . H W. 11th A Morris 173D S. 10th 178S S. 12tll 1H0O 8. Bill . . H. 15. "' & sKel H XV. r.th ft Tusker 1417 E. lVssyunk a 1 MB M. Nth 18W 8. 0th , N. E. lh & Tasker 718 Dickinson 1010 S. th 1433 8. Bth 409 Dickinson N. E. 4th 4 Tasker 1024 B 8d LOl'AL HOARD NO, 2. N. W. 7TII AND nil.l.KMI'll RTS. SIXOND Vt.Alli. 9(17. a. Front N.W. 4th. & Wharton 112 Federal 933 8. 2d JIM Washington 1215 Mojamenslng . ..1. u r.ih N W. 5th & Federal 122(1 S. sth 1123 I'assjunk 122. K. it" 1133 Kllswortn $? sB" hoy,ime,,!"nB s"'v UthC Sii ": 3d1. MJ . " oo Christian V.lifn8i i"Yh 14. Carpenter .10'? g' U Carpent'r N.W- 4l" & wasns n n' - ' LOCAL HOARD NO. 3, HEt'0IAD CHRISTIAN STS. (THIRD WARD) ojo q Front. .734. S. 7th. 42 CatharTn.: TU7 Cath.rln. 7ft S Front. 3 " Htn. N.7E. 3d It Catharine. 1'U " Ri S 3d 811 H. lltn. 340 Queen 1' Fltswater. Kll Ml! 342 Webster. Sol Catharine HOI, S. 13th 020 Catharine 3 S. inn LOCAL HOARDS NO. 4 AND (1. 4T.,.?Iii'.VT,SV.T,l..S) cicsoulh sss BSdgsr 100 S. Front J2J ?;i. 8. 15. American and (.11 I'lne 'Balnbrldie Mi Locust 5?T ?. Siri prS "i-JvK'S" ll.tnhrlde 40(1 H, 7th -. " -.. " in-. M 405 H. 10th (110 8. mn 503 Fltiwater Oil Halnbrldge (122 nalnbrldse (120 S. 9th 814 Ualnbrldge 710 P. lth (123 S. ll2th 1117 Fltzwater 021 S. Clarion 71S S. 13th 512 S. Front '403 S. Front 342 S. Sd 314 S. 2d 223 Spruce 227 Sansom 242 Lombard 831 Lombard 304 Cypress 48(1 Lombard 410 Spruce 532 Iximbard 4(1H H. 10th S"2 S. Hth 421 . 12th 1134 Lombard 1223 l'lno. . 4111 8. 13lh mm T imlinrri S V l.'th Lombard 513 H. lutn t 'i la.i. Lombard S W 17th ft Nnudaln 1728 Ia J.ancey 1S31 Lombard r.i'd s. inth . 2013 Lombard 2027 Waverly 2127 Imbard 414 S. 23d 2423 Pine 410 S. 20th LOCAL HOARD NO. R. 323 RACE STRI5ET (OTII. 11TII AND 12TH WARDS) rteistrtlon at board headquarters, Fourth District .Police Station. 323 Race street LOCAL HOARD NO. 7. rOLICE STATION. FIFTEENTH AND VINE STREETS (DTK AND 10TII WARDS) m v. oth and Filbert 1022 vino 33 S 11th 907 Filbert 1210 Filbert 10 B 10th 19 N Juniper Ludlow. S S bel 10th 1017 Filbert 1835 Filbert 10 8 20th 2007 'Jtarttct 55 M 21st 722 Race) 131 N Oth 822 Summer 200 N 10th 1135 Race 121 N 13th 1212 Summer 1311 Raco 112 N Juniper 270 N 15th . N YV lth and Race 12 N 10th 1704 Vine 2030 Cherry 231 N 21st 2141 Summer 2122 Summer 130 N 21st 212 N 10th LOCAL HOARD NO. 8. ,1912, HCTTONWOOD ST. THIRTEENTir' AND FOURi TEENTH WARDS. 1103 Vine 822 N. 12th 800 N. 13th 1104 nuttonwood 1224 Huttonwood 1030 Spring Garden 530 N 11th 331 N. Franklin hOS Callowhlll IHO caiiowniu 44-.1N, Franklin 525 N: Franklin son nuttonwood H22 Spring Garden SE-' ,S&i5S5ta 021 Fairmoum 1021 Falrmount.,, N. n 12th, OHvi (141 N. 1"th 830 N. otn 830 N. 7th 802 Parrlsh, RO, v 10th N -V: Callowhlll - Franklin 491 TM - flh ' 378 NV12'h; N.' E Pa e Paric ac- iieion -T.--- . , 821 N. llth 1233 Falrmount 1315 Falrmount 83.1 ,?. ijn 83TlN. 12tb, 787 Sn'rlnis flarden BV.M.t 5?arrih 031 N. Franklin nYa'-hilTowhlll 5U0 N, aiarsnmi I OTA'.' BOARD NO. 9. 8. E. 20TH AND nSoWOOD STS.-nJTEENTH WARD 800N. 18th 2015 Falrmount 2103 Mt. vernon 2010 Urandywlne 328 N. 20th 2002 Parrlsh 30U N. 22d 324 N.-Jl" RSEMTi-BP. Odn. 1740 .Falrmount 148(1 Falrmount 8MV. 15th ft Kldge 224 SPrinB ""run 1 15. 23d ft Falrm't a &t 1 R.t. r5'...vi . v.P(.h - Asnen n'b. lOtri & Vineyard 2329 Parrlsh 717 V 04th 1808 ftairmouui 881! Leland 2301 Pennsylvania .nvi M "3d lltn rrantis -4(i0 Callowhlll oio N. 25th 2400 Aspen S. E. 25th ft Brown 2520 Parrlsh .i.i'.A Ttrnwn 1WI1 Mt. Vernon Bib N. 17th 84 N. 25th 2000 Poplar 101 Ca lowh II 1909 Callowhlll 1922 nuttonwood S N. 20th 1917 Brown bSw. 20th Poplar p "E. Parrlsh Pen. nock 2201 Urown I-Ol'AL BOARD NO. 10. 1117 N. FRONT ST. 3r' (WARDS 16-17) 62' Laurel S. IV. Hope nna jei lBilllchmond N. W. Howard and P'tts.BSl New Market It "18 Laurel ThompwM, lfls YV, Thompson 1358 N. Palethoro hub none lUJtt iiermaniown 1142 Hancock lain r.'. jiancorK 245 "W. Jefferson N. W. Cadwallader and Alarter 0T N. American NW. Bodlne ft Lau'el 1004 N.-3rt 18(i(i Oermantown 402 Ocorae 213 Olrard 925 N.v6th s. E. 5th ft Thomp'n 98S N.th 1340 N. 4th lliwl'odlne S. E. 4th ft Jefferson 1030 Nth, 1322 N. 4th N W. 4ib and George 511 Jefferson 'lY V-Olrard s N.W. 6th and Master NflY. -front and N. E. Randolph and -Thompson Thompson LOCAL'BOABD NO. 11. 015 EAST 01RARD AVENUE (18TII WARD) i- OOS Shackamaxon Richmond ab. Marl iborpueh. (KepslDc ; .ton Engine House) f? 180 Richmond 201 K. Olrard ' 210 B.atrard ltOO Marlborough 811 K, Olrard NVjrW?1U''!',la ni 510 nwhmond 1245 H. MonUomery 1KOI Klemnhls 1525 B. Berks 1230 E. Susquehanna 11(11 K Perks 1103 E. ausquehanna B. Susquehanna and Moyer 2413 Salmon 2080 Rehmond S. W. Edgemont and Sergeant 2024 Salmon 2812 13. Thompson 1K28 Cedsr 1350 E. Susquehanna If 1011 warlborousb U'.. j, iJt.,11...., .. V .-'K. Columbia' and I'-l' 'IMS n Columbia r If ,119 B. palmer ' - '.iLl'OCA' -BOARli NO. 12. FRONT ? f 'MOND-:'INETEENTH WAI DIA- ARD .Kront 'Si Froat . N. FroPt .Oxford 2331 X. 2d S.W. 2d ft Dauphin 3J7 W. Susquehanna 517 IV. Susquehanna 023 W. Dauphin 413 1. Daunhln 1 v. 3d .ft Dauphin B .TUjrhman, J N. Oth- 2U( , i ontgo'y s.'w. 4th ft Cumb'nd . A York C. AlOl (Norrls N.W. Marsh'l York 7X.1 LTumoeriauu Handle .Berks N.W. Oth. Oumbed ilow'd .ft Norrla S.W.Sth fjununa n 9U7 -V 1 :2 til if ' X.E.Sth Itumingn VhntJ&l, 8. B. riiam'ond " 8?W. 3d Huntlng'n BfS. me. 2d ft Huntlng'n -r ,r.TM:i. u w t iiiamnnn tEw3to99A Djam'd isti W. Cumberlana r Ilk JL TM.IHKRj 503 N. Front . Jl a...n.Thn is R. Cumberland c.B.How4. & baup'n N W.llow'd & Hunt'n HO. Waterloo xorK 4L'l uxiora. fPT, Mutter A Daup'n :" - Ja . 'm ..-W2 r . 41 I A XACAL BOARD NO. 13. 1420 t T ' TWENTIETH WARD tit a a I Marshall N.E. Marvlns Jeff. 1 v. utrara "1011 Jefferson N.W, Marsh'l ft 1223 Oxford 113(1 Columbia 1An4 M. 10(11 I m, lutn .Olrard I Poplar .. 13th , m Jeff. S.W. 7tb7 Columbia, iiain m uiraru viora 1Z4 oiumoia 8 704 nim ill MM .w.-iita N.E. Frank A fllrard 1902 N 10th .. N K alnnr & Thomn N.E.Sth ft Mnnts'y land N, Kith M: Mnre'l . Norrls ISV1N. M.irshnll 2114 N (llh N XV Park . .Master 2101 .V. Mh N W. 11th Msster 1021 Norrls H.t: Wnrn'k .leirn N W xth Berk N.W Frank H Mast'r 21 Diamond N K, 13th i. .lefer'n rut W Mnnlmtmerv LOCAL HOARD NO II. 4215 MANAYCNK (21HT WARD) Schnolhouses! Wlssahlckon, Hideo and Osborne Shurs Lane School. Shurs lano.A Crcsson St John's l'arorhlal, Hector & Creison Oreen Inne School, Ore?n lno & SlUerwood Matawna, Upper ltoxborouch J 1 Cook School. Manajunk & Oreen lane lerlnir. MMtcff fc Monnstery Blue Uell Hill. Wissahickon k Naomi LOCAL HOARD NO 13. 1'OLICK STATION, HIGHLAND & MIAWNKP. (CART 221) WARD! 0.127 (Itrrannlown (1(150 Oermantown 0701 (lermantown 2(o Ocrmnntown 7201 Ofrmnntown 71(42 Oermantown R012 Oermantnwn iltn ft llluhland Otn & Kernreen .141 Carpenter U532 (IcrmantoHn 0S3L Oermantown LOCAL HOARD NO 10. 43 WHST'IIAINLS (PART 221, WARD lltn ft r. Wltcr 4!P07 Sheldon (IS K Iirlnxhurst Hrlnhurst (1411) Lena BS2 15 Tenn 127 i: Chelten 3:ir, Armat 3',3 13 Price 23S K Haines 33 Herman 213 F. Haines MtJ." Morton 8.1s Woodlnun -una Don 0371) Gtrmantown i f 15 Coulter Mil if Chew 4S K Haines 1235 15 Chelten (M"irv' K V. T'lphn 0327 Oermantown Alio Hoard Headquarters, 43 W Haines OKRMANTOWN I10YV L'LI'II, 23 W. PKNN STRLLT (PART 221) WARD) Omln and Horkley 427 AV Queh 43 Was no 554(1 Morris (Ireen nod Horkland !Mmnr Apartments Sejmour and Kejsr 3R Maplewood Semour and Wa)ne 51121 (lermantown 11113 .Morris (1.114 (lerm.ir.tonn 50"4 (lermantown c.374 Germnntnwn 5210 (Ireen Vano av and Duxal 1113 W Queen 2K.1 VT Haines 310 V ueen 130 W Hltttnhouse LOCAL IK) MID NO. IK PAl'L AM) R1TAN STRLKTS (23D WARD) St. Joachim's Parochial School. Pelin (inj Church streets. Fronkford lllnh School. Oxford ave. anil Harrison st. . LonRfi-ilow School. Tocony nnd l'ratt sts Marshall School. Clrlscom and Sellers sis Mirshall Annex (Axo School), Hedfc and Klnsev sts Marshall Annex (Wllmot School), Mendov nnd Mulberry sts Alexander Henry School. Paul and t'nltv sts. Herbert School, Frallkford av and Foulkrod. Oxfortl National Hank iiuildlnK, Frankford ave. and Oerlneton, Local Hoard Headquarters. Paul and Huan sts for registration o out-of-town and Chinese only LOCAL HOARD NO. 19. POLICK STATION, 30TII AMI LANCA.STP.R AM'.NUL (SITII WARD) 10 N 41st 81(1 Holly 4111 Manton S W 42,1 ft llron n X 4.M ft Lel.lv S 15 43d ft Wsaluslng Cor 43d ft Lancaster 305(1 Olraj-d ltelmnnt Mansion N W Hclmont on Olrard N 15 40th Pennspro-.e 401O Olrard s V 41st and HarlnR I0S4 Hiuerford S 15 list Haerford 043 Treston 732 N 41st 42d nnd Haerford S AV 13d ft. Falrmount N W Jlrookbn nnd Aspen LOCAL HOARD NO. 20. 39TII AND SPRING (JAItDEN STKKKTS (24TII WARD) .3123 Powelton 3201 Spring Garden 3330 Wallace 5111 N 33th 3(10(1 Lancaster 343S Filbert 3733 Market 14 N 3Sth 3823 Lancaster 3721 Haerford .-.701 Melon 744 N 37th 817 N 40th 3900 Folsont 3'lth and Aspen .nth ft Falrmount 30th and Haerford 421 N 31th (!(11 N 35th 3200 Haco LOCAL HOARD NO. 21. BELGRADE AND CLEARFIELD (25TII WARD) 3130 Richmond Cambria Re. 2I13U E. Clearfield 3007 Kensington 2308 E. Allegheny S. W. Frankford and Hall cor. Richmond Elkhart nnd Indiana JC. W. Amber and 200S E. Thompson Birch 3051 Belgrade 304U Frankford X E. cor. Melvale 22411 Ann and .Monmouth 2273 E. Clearfield 27(10 Ann S. IV. Wlshart and 2038 E. Cambria Emerald 2543 E. Somerset S. E. Kensington and 2733 E. Lehigh Wlshart N. E. cor. Tulip and S. W Eomerald and Somerset Birch 22.12 E. Williams N. E. Llpplncott and S. IV. Frankford and Amber Somerset 2123 E. ClearOeld N. W. Ruth and 2302 E. Clearfield Somerset 232S E. ClearOeld 1031 E. C.imhrta V. W. Cambria and N. H. Amber nnd Cedar LOCAL HO RD NO. 22. POLICE STATION, ISTH AND SNIDER AVENUE (20TII ' WARD) Register at office of local board. 15th and Snjder ave; Third Regiment Armory, Hroad street below Federal. LOCAL HOARD NO, 23. POLICE STATION 321) AND WOODLAND AVENUE 27TII WARD 3202 Woodland N. W 40th ft Ludlow .lillil Woodland 42311 Market .V, 15. 3(lth ft. Ludlow 3202 Chestnut s. E. iiHth ft Market s. W 37th ft Irlns .4001 Woodland 4300 Locust " E ,42d ft Woodland 4 107 Osage 4543 Woodland 120 S 3th M17'S 4(ith 31)14 Market t245 Lombard LOC1L HOARD NO. 24. N. IT. 10TH AND DAUPHIN STREETS (28TII WARD) 1112 W. Daunhln t) W Hrodd ft Cum- 1'hadwlcX ft Dauphin bcrland TK.1HI X. 17th - S. W. Bancroft, ft 1021 w Susquehanna Cumberland NT? 15. Lambert ft Sus- 2510 N Kith quehamm 101.1 W. Huntingdon 15UI W. Jforlc , 1727 IV. Huntingdon N: E. Houvlir. ft Dau- 2400 N. Oarnet ..phin s. W. Cleveland ft N. IV. Opal ft Dau- Huntingdon Phin S. 15. 23d ft Lehigh LOCAL BOARD NO. 25. 20TH li YORK STS TWENTY-EIOHTH WARD S.E. 24th ft Sharsw'd N. n. 20th ft Olrard X. 15. 21th ft Jloiton S. IV. 28th ft Cam- S E 24th ft Columbia bridge X. E. 25th ft Turner 3103 Ulrnrd S. E. 2flth ft Montg'y S. E. Hollywood ft S W.24th ft Jefferson Thompson 1410 X. 25th ' X.W.Doter ft Master X.E 25th ft Thomp'n S. IV. Xowklrk & Co- S. W. 2.1th ft Seybert lumbla 2(110 Oxford X. W. Dover ft Co- 2015 Columbia lumbla H. II. 2Mb ft Oxford S. W. 30th ft Oxford S.E. Marston ft Mstr 3201 Oxford 2fldS Ulrard LOCAL BOARD NO. 20. 28TII t OXFORD STREETS TWENTY-NINTH WARD 28th ft Fletcher Ridge ft Hagert 2918 Fletcher s. W. 30th ft Gordon S.W.Lambcrt ft York 3200 Arizona 8. 15. 25th ft (lordon S. E Albion ft York S. IV. 27th ft aordon S. E. Collies ft Hunt 3017 IV. York Ingdon X. W. 31 st ft York 3125 W. Cumberland 2.134 X. 22d N. E. Dover ft Cum- 2800 York berland S.W. 27th ft Oakdale 3210 Sergeant 2508 X. Holbwood S.E. 20th ft Sergeant LOCAL BOARD NO. 27. 1923 FITZWATEB ST. THIRTIETH WARD 1408 Halnbrldge 73: S. 20th B. W. 13th ft Chrlst'n 1901 Christian 1520 Catharine 020 S. 19th 020 S. 15th 907 s. 21st 1028 Halnbrldge g v. 22d ft Cath'lle 1703 Christian S.W. 22dt St.Albans S.W. Bouvler ft Car- X W,23d ft Fitzw'ter penter 2221 Halnbrldge 032 S. 18th 922 S. 23d 705 s. 10th 2315 Christian X W.SOth ft B'brldge 2532 Gray's Ferry 701 S. 20th LOCAL BOARD NO. 28. PARISH HOUSE. COLLINS 4 FIFTH STS. 31st WARD 2074 E. Susquehanna Letter!) 2103 E. Susquehanna X. E. Gaul ft Boston S. E. Susq. ft Blalr 2510 Cedar 2308 B. Susquehanna 2301 E. Cumberland 2203 Cedar 2140 E. Firth 2210 E. Thompson 253T Coral X. E. Memphis ft 2532 Jasper Daunhln S.W. Em'ld & Harold 2030 Frankford X.B.Sep'va ft Harold 2000 Cedar 2314 Amber' S. B. Emerald Dauphin Boston Ferns (without Jardiniere) $1.00 Value $2.00 Just tho thinp; for porch or livinc room. Thev aro extra fine plants and 'easily worth I double the price asked. None delivered or shipped at this special price. " , Bulb Catalog Free lmcheUVXS S. B. Jasper & York 2021 Kensington 1842 E. Cumberland B.K Km'ld ft Lehleh N.R Coral ft Adams N.W. Replva ft N E Amber Adams (lordon S. E. Stpvla ft It- 2300 K. Lehigh terly 2350 Memphis N W Memphis ft LOCAL HOARD NO. 20, 20TII AND I1LRKS STS (WARD 32). V 15 12th ft MontK'y 2011 W N'orfl",.. s 15 Csmac ft Norrls S W Slst ft 'i"jL. S V Camae ft Dlam. S W 2Ut ft Diamond 130", v, MontKomery lO.n N d S K 12ln ft Susq ,15n,25' .7??u N W ISth ft Dlam. 1H-;2 N 24th S W 15th ft Euclid 2522 ItMK'L,.,. S W 10th ft Diamond 2th and Hldire H W Hroad ft Susq. 2141 N " S 15 ltntlUer ft Uerks 2103 N 30th o(.(io N 17th Newlclrk ft RldKe N W OratT Mont. 3122 rtldm as loo? "Sr'nrrl. , Ntf''' raw S W 20th ft Ilerks 2000 N 32d LOCAL HOARD NO. 30. FRONT AND KSTMORLLAND STS. (PART AIID 331 3254 N Front ..V;"-1 onllflo 7(1" 15 Alleaheny l?U'iiiinn ft ihet- HIH 15 Ontario N W Hilton """ 3.-28 Kenslnaton .. b,"une,i Ontario N 15 Water ft Tioga N 11 H "' Ontario ailJl N 2i'.a wrenco "'.fflenwood 4310 N 5lh 8.VV-Tla 13-.7 N d 240 K Tloca s 15 2d ft Tlotta 3154 Kensington N W Harfllle ti LOCAL HOARD NO. 31. 3010 KllNSlNOTON AV15. OR FRONT i W15STMOR15IAND THIRTY-THIRD .iki ...i i- innibrla 133 v Somerset N 15 Orlanna ft Somerset 27311 N Front 100 V Cnmbrla 2733 V. Front 2101 N Tront 2810 11 '.'S2I'. D JV, 15 lndinna N W 15 ft Indiana .101 15 Indiana N W. Orlanna ft Cambria 310 W. Indiana 321 15 Allenhenv 5 IV V ft Allegheny V VI. Custer and Clearfield 8120 N 3th N. 15. Water ft West moreland 2004 Ella !.()(. I HO MID NO. 32. 1113 N. 03D ST. TlllRTY-FOrilTlI WARD. NORTH Tire house 03d ft Cliibhouse.iiryn ...- r I nnenster below- IWnnelleiU 20 lhntlUerDlst. OlstlOH N. MM nnd Thnnipson KIOJ --Ai1'" 5124 Master 0231 Jefferson 52,1 ft Jefferson HOI Llinsdnwne ,,!-..i v ,11., ir:.i N roth tnf.'w imiiiii vii. 33. 00TH ft MARKET I i-J . ,;V iiM-oTii WARD. SOUTH nir,. iiii-nn,..- ruin tlnverford 5144 Raco 5 Kill Westminster S E 57th ft Arch .-,110(1 Vine 327 X 5llth (It I N 55th .'-OO (llrard N W 5'ltli ft Arch 443 N 03il (1(1.11 Mirkit (1117 Vln., X K 57th ft Wya- luslni; 5H1K Vine I, lion ft Mne 1!!S N Vonles inn N Jlllllck (I12' lino , , . S W llobart ft Arch 5701 Cherry i'-elton ft Callowhlll 0533 llnxojfonl LOCAL HOARD NO. 34. STATE ROAD AM) LONdSIIORE STREET, TAC05 (SITU AMI 41ST WARDS) Ilsberry Me-t Houso Hlslns Sun nnd Pass, omerton Hotel, Som- mor erton Van Kirk ft Jackson Heller's Hotel. Rus- 3118 Unwell tleton Comly bel State 1,1 Tlllard's Hotel, llus- Wlsslnomlnc ft Dl tleton ton Frankford and Hlak- 001 S Tulln Iston llnrun ana menocn HeEerman ft Dlsston Princeton ft K stone Washlnston Hotel, Holmesburp nhan-n and Dlttmon Pennpack ft Trank- ford S204 Frankford Curtls's Hotel. Holmesburt; Hustleton ft Castor Young's Hotel, Hus tleton Hlslng Sun and Sent- ner 3018 longshore Oxford pike Cottman above Hawlo and Hegerman Linden and Stato rd LOCAL BOARD NO. 33. 1210 S. 20TII ST. (30TII WARD) 1217 S 10th 1230 S 2(lth 111B S 20th 1501 S Marston X 15 21st and Oakford 310S Whnitnn 1107 S 22d 1210 S 33d S IV 21st and Titan S 15 Heed ft Ringgold N W 22d and Harp N W 22d and I.atona X W 20th and Heed 1414 S 22,1 X W Garmt ft Heed 151(1 S 22d 1834 8 18th S E Morris ft Taylor X W Oarnet and 1272 S 28th Tasker 3513 Wharton 2044 Tasker 2043 Wharton S IV Clee!nnd and X W 21st ft Tasker Morris 2327 Wharton X 15 20th and Morris 20.10 Heed 1740 fl 20th 230O Pierce 173 S 22,1 S W 2(!th and Sears 2303 Tcdcral LOCAL BOARD NO. SO. PARK AND LE HIGH AVENUES (37TH WARD) 001 V. Susquehanna 33(,S Oermantown 2333 N. intn n.i - ilium' S. E 10th and York 1317 W Somerset 1833 IV. Susquehanna l'(H2 (lermantown S K. 10th ft Cum'nd 1301 Wlshart 251(1 Oermantown "21'J X 12th 1131 XV, Cumberland 2301 N. 12th '.1(1 1 X I'.'tl, 2014 N. 12th To.17 IV Somerset 1113 W. Indiana s 1: 1"tb (. ('ambrla 3540 (lermantown 2S01 X. 13th 200i) X llth LOCAL HOARD NO. 37. 221) AND HUNT ING PARK AVENUE (38TII WARD) 1145 W. Somerset 1712 W. Venango X. E 24th fc Lehigh X W lfilli ft Lehigh 1523 M'. Indian ,, 28V) N. 22d ..., 1 110 W West morel Vd S W 24th ft Alleg y X E ISth ft Onta'o 3730 Oermantown S.- W 20th ft Hell'uo 3705 X. 17th 33"7 X 22d 3125 X. 15th x. w. Suenham ana :'"i" n.is;"'.1. 19th and Butler (Oro. Ontario i 1024 (lermantown 422.1 Whim , lli.in Hunting Tark er uieveiana o. 1 2101 IV Erlo Tioga Hall. S. IV 05.1 N. -".a 2(itn ana iioga X. XV. 15th ft Ven'go 2134 w Tinira S W. 10th a yen bo -uuw -ii, Wayne and Dennlo IOCAL BORD NO. 38. 221) AND HUNT ING PARK AVE (PART 38TH WARD) aio nlchmond 3411 N" 35th N W. Der and I.o- X. U. 20th ft Sterner "nih 3347 Clearfield 22 IB M' Allegheny 2001 W. Sterner W" Rlilge 2748 W. Sliver 4-"33 Hldge 4127 RldKe rresson ft- Scotts lane 3000 X. Stlllman X. E. Queen lane and H118 X. 28tn Cresson 2520 XV. Alletrneny LOCAL BOXRD NO. 30. 4TH AND SNY DER. AVE. (39TH WARD) 144 Porter X. E. 5th ft Wolf 1011 S 5th X E 4th ft Tree 10-7 S. 2d OS Mercy s. E Philip ft Snjder S. XV. Orkney ft lilt X. E. Moyamensing ft ner Snjder 2800 Stonehouse lane S. w. 5th ft Emily S. B. American and S E. nth ft Wlnton Wolf LOCAL BOARD NO. 40 FOURTH AND SNYDER AVE. 39TH WARD) 1000 S 13th 12th ft Fltreerald llth and Mifflin 241.1 S 12th Public School 133l Porter Kth and Mifflin 729 Hltner 2129 S 8th Public School 2(131 S llth 8th and Wolf X XV. llth ft Cantrell 028 Wolf 12lh and Merev s IV. 13th anit Porter s E. Snyder ft Juniper S.W. llth and Porter 13th and Daly Reese and Shunk S.W. Kith ft Jackson S E llth ft Porter 8th and Daly Old Rltner LOCAL BOARD NO. 41 KINOSF.SMNG RECREVTION CENTER. FIFTIETH AND CHESTER AVE. PART 40TII WARD 470ORelnhardt 1202 S 411th 13(10 8 Gist 5114 llaltlmoro 1327 8 58th 5333 Woodland 5540 Woodland 47111 Woodland 1414 8 411th 5120 Woodland 5743 Woodland 4043 Chester 1 50.1 ft Hftlh 1311! S32d 5031 Chester 5(143 Thomas 1403 S3Nlh 5427 Whitby 1313 8 Ruby S.W.53th ft Yocum LOCAL HOARD NO. 43 G5T1I 4 MOOD LAND PART FORTIETH WARD 02d ft Cemetery 6218. Woodland (1033 Woodland 0717 Woodland X.E. 71st & Woodl'd 1830 8. 58th H211 Orajs S.W. Both ft Rhelnh't 72(10 Woodland 8 E. (12d ft lteedland Isl'd Rd ft Powers L. 80th, ft Tlnlcum rllOTOPLAVS H OWNED AND MAXAOED nV MEMDEHS OF THE UNITED EXHIBITORS ASSOCIATION BELMONT 62D ABVE MAnKET ori'dub-. "The Birth of a Nation" CEDAR eoTtl k CEDAn AVExuis Ge-orgeM. Cohan 'uth?fliiy.. COLISEUM Mar et lit. SOth & OOth D' S..!l?,h "The Great Love" rr1 i"lMIAI Otn. Maplewood Aves. Pauline Frederick in "Fedora" FRANKFORD nb Fr,""lfor', Ave- Douglas Fairbanks 'B0Mu0IpIoc,f?o.. PHOTO I'LAVB CllDCA 0T11 & MARKET STS. T-UKIlrvA MATINED DAILY MADGE KENNEDY In "THE SERVICE STAR" DAD! R1DOK AVE. DAUPHIN BT. rAKlS. Mst. 2:15. , Evir.,a:4 toll. 81st ft Tlnlcum 8523. Kastwlck 0483 Mate Road 041U Woodland Island ltd ft Dicks LOCAL HOARD No. 43. YORK ROAD A " NKDRO VORTY-SF.COND WARD Oak Lane bel 18th 130 W Tabor road Llmek'n Tk ft Haines 408 SpmervlUo York ltd ft Wagner 553 N. 5th 140(1 Huscomb S, E. 8th ft poKlnno 1120 Louden N W. MerVo ft Nedro 1027 IU.s?oml. Lrk,"'- ''"u0""""1 Nth ft Huscomb 4Ul..Uu."romb 5044 N. 5th 0261 Stenton S. E. A nnd Louden 2d ft louden LOCAL HOARD NO. 4. 3087 OKRMAN TOWN AVI5. WARD lORTY-THRLK 3703 N. nroad S WW Mark's So. 511-13 w. Ilutler ...l"'h.. . .... v M.r.hiii Pike v r intn iiuuri. S K Franklin & lluntlnic Park inol York road Marshall St. ft Hlslnir Sun lane p. w Darlen ft Lu- lerne . 73J Ilutler , r2s lcomlnir . . . 3Hi:i rs. l.iin N n. Oermantown ft McFerrnn 4051 (lermantown 1315 N. 18th Wool's Uaker Store. loth ft Cauga 4307 Oermantown load vorK roau N. E Oth ft Ljcomlns 3. 15, 8th A llrlstol s w. 7th ft Cavuita 7s 1;. stn & Lruiicr 717 Luzerne N E. 8th ft Caiuga LOCAL BOARD NO. 45. 3117 OERMAN TOWN AVE. WARD FORTY-THREE S. E. Falrhlll ft Som. dltna rset .3533 N Oth N -K Franklin ft S 1-5. fin ."" Cnmbrla L1,2VV vTJCISrn.d ft 3. W. 8th ft Somerset N. E York road ft N. 15 Hutchinson ft ..Tlomi ....-h Somerset 1('( N. Randolph s. K, 7tn ft Indiana 8320 J. otn s W Falrhlll In. jpol . N. Plh dtonn N E Reese ft- In- (U7 W, Clearllctd .'!1r,a ini.,im 30(11 normantown Jv.F'Jv.nioin 54l W.. Allegheny 3511 Oermantown N W Mnrshalll ft tn- I.OCAL HOARD NO. 40. 4Tn WY,A''J' SINO AVENUE lORTY-FOlRTH WARD 4301 1Iaerford MiO N. Mat W 45th ft nrown - .iiarnoo 4430 Lancaster 4521 Lancaster 1231 N 52d 5200 Warren 447 N. 32d 1322 N. 52d .in:, N 52rt 411(11 Market 4S80-i .Merlon N w Westminster ft Paxon Mim nnee 4731 naerforcl 4010 Lancaster 51011 Viola 5017 Market 11152 Thompson 10211 Lnncaster 5301 Westminster 512s Arch N 15. Arch ft Lln denwood 01(12 Hnerfnrd 40(15 Haerford S 15 54th ft Arch , -11, 1 t..i Aln llsvprrorti 4837 Apen N. E Arch ft Lln- V 15 40th ft Parrlsh ilenwood -.100 Hrnnn 4000 1 estmlnsler LOCAL HORD NO. 47. RICHMOND d KIRKHI1ID15 STREKT! rORTY-rilTII WARD .'70(1 Ilrldpe S K. Emerald ft 27(1(1 lilrkbrldo PaclOo -j74o iiuklus 3315 Frankford Richmond ft Orthodox 3237 Frsnkrnrfl 'hij, Venango ;tj( rnorap.nn 3 140 Richmond 1021 E. Ontario 2433 E. Allegheny 11)17 Venango .N. ); AmDer ft lloga iiiino Arcnuia S W Emerald ft H'Ol 15 Tlngi Wlllard 4237 Richmond 3333 Kensington S. W Anilr ft 2024 15 Tioga Paciflo LOCAL R01RD NO 48, HAMILTON SCHOOL, B7TH SPRUCE (46TII WARD) 4722 .Market X XV 51st ft Walnut .111." S ."1st 541(1 Market 2.10 S 52d .171(1 Markft X W Spruce ft Atltson 100 S 01st 01(11 Spruce 5401 Spruce X W (Vill ft Spruce 411 S 00th 5208 ChfSlnut (138 S 55th X E 47th ft licust 278 S 01th 2.13 S 52d 23(1 S 3(lth 5130 Market 324 S 5(lth S W 55th ft Addison 237 S 4l)th 239 S OOth X W SsthftDe Lancey LOCAL H01RD NO 49, POLICE STATION, 53TH A PINE (40TH WARD) (1112 Larchwood (WIS Nnudaln dot S 52d 41S S 52d 721 S 52d 428 S 5()th 720 S 5tst 501 S 50th 4010 Baltimore 4520 Sprlngfleld 47th ft Baltimore 512 S 50th 005 S 47th 5flih ft Pemberton 1)00 S 57th 00th ft Carpenter 4830 Regent 415 S 55th 5s(h ft Larchwood 833 S 57th (loth ft Washington 30th ft Cntharino (MO s OOth 5527 llaltlmoro (1101 Carpenter 440 S OOth 53d ft Baltimore 5tl Catharine 5(lth ft Pine 5Sth ft Montrose 5flth ft Addison 1214 8 OOth LOCAL HOARD NO. 50, 10T1I ft OXFORD STS. FORTY-SEVENTH WARD S. E. 17th ft Cam bridge 1515 stiles l.Kn Thompson 123(1 X. 10th 1 7-1) Thompson 101!) Master 1514 Wllllngton 1301 Columbia 1014 Columbia 1723 Columbia S.W. inth ft Nicholas S. J5 20th ft Cam brldgo X E 20th ft Msster X XV. Oarnet ft Jef ferson 21 2S Hldge 100(1 X. 2(lth 1703 X. Woodstock 1701 X. 22d X. 15. 22d ft Shirsw'd X XV 19th ft Columbia S. XV. 21st & Master w.irai Ntiarsw'd U3 uxroni XE IKth ft Ingersoll X 23d ft Nassau 1S48 ltidgo LOCAL HOARD NO 51 MTH ft SNYDER AVE. FORTY-EK'.IITH WARD 10th ft McClellan 1K3II S. 2llth 1H10 S 22d 2320 .McClellan 222S Mifflin flirnet ft Srfjdcr 2031 McKeSn Unth ft Emllv X. E. 23d ft Snjder Dorranco ft Jackson Op.il ft Hmder 22.11 S. 22d llllli ft Rltner Hltner ft Oarnet 24ot S. Woodstock 27th ft Itllner X W. 22il ft Wlnton Croskey ft Passyunk McKay's Scotch Revue Globe Tho large audiences at tho Globe seemed well pleased with the program, which Included a generous portion of musical numbers. McKay's Scotch Ile vue Is a clever singing and dancing production featuring airs of Scotland. Joe Cook made a hit with his Individual vaudevlllo show. Carrie Llllle proved a. inpular and clever comedienne. She s.ing several new songs In her own characteristic manner. The Makesenda Duo aro singers above the ordinary. Peter Platsnoff and Company offer a clever comedy playlet portrajlng circus life. Bombarding Itbeims Cross Keys There Is an abundance of thrills In the spectacle "llombardment of Hhelms" which features the show at tho Cross Keys. The act Is picturesque and timely and was well receh cd. "Some Baby" proved to be a lively musical tabloid. Other acts on the bill Included Frankle Fay and the Jazz Hoys, Burns Brothers, Jack Morley nnd Lexey and O'Connor, singers and dancers. "The Fight for Millions" Is the photoplav attraction. The show Is one of the best ever presented at the West Philadelphia playhouse. Minstrels Dumoni's Burlesques on rurrent events featured the bill at Dumonts. The Bongs of the minstrels aro of the snappy kind and up to the minute. The new faces In the circle are be coming as well known as tho old favor ites, and their songs and stories brought many laughs. The show is a good one from beginning to end and the Jokes new and applicable. Alt Gibson and F.d(lo Cassidy are prominent on the bill. High Flyers Trocadero There Is not a dull moment In the High Flyers, which pleased a big audi ence at the Trocadero. The action Is fast and the lines bring no end of laughs. The burlettas presented aro ex cellently staged. The cast Includes Bert Burton, Charles Vole, Joseph Cunning ham and Grace Howard I'HOTOI'LAYH T v R II IMRO fboxt st. & omxRD avb. JumuUjumi,o Junction on Frankford "L "THE KAISER. THE BEAST OF BERLIN" I HP! IQT B2d and locust sTnEErre LUtLUl Mats. 1:30. 3:80. Kvga.fliSOto 11 Enid Bennett ln',,T"B MABniAOB NJIVQM 52D BELOW MAB.KET 6T. THARI FS RAY 'n " nine nML.tiO IVrA I O'CLOCK TOWN" rT"roGA 17Tn AND VENANG0 CHARLES CHAPLIX In "Triple Trouble" Holbrcok Bllnn In "Would You Portly!" PHOTOPLAYS STRAND Qtn' AV" Venanfi0" B-' Broad LEWIS S. STONE In "IX'SIDE THD LINES" THIS PROGRAM APPEARSJN rtTTlT A VT " ntfrntAvM I GERALDINE FARRAR IN STANLEY'S FILM "The Still Alnrm" at Palace. "Prussian Cur" at Victoria. Other New Photoplays BTAXLEr "Tlic Torn of Hie VI heel." with Oerjldlne Farrnr Directed by Jteginald Barker Ooldwjn play This Is the first appearance of Oernldlno Fanar aR a floldwyn star and it q n worthy addition to the lone list of her successes. The story Is a vivid talo of lovo nnd mystery, provid ing; the star with an opportunity to wear modern clothes, but sho does not look as well In them as she did when playlnic In costume pieces. lleglnald Bnrkor has Riven at fine a (ouch to his direction of this play as has been seen on the Bcrcen for many weeks. The audlcnco Is kept Interested up to the very end, when the mystery of tho accidental shootlnp; of n woman Is cleared up. The staRlnpr Is an artistic delight nnd attempts h.-uo been made to Klvo some of tho subdued lightings which floldwyn e.trly mode famous. Violet Hemliifr Is excellent as the chief feminine Bupport. whllo In Herbert Ilaw llnson and Ifissard Short thero Is re ealed a thorough undorstandlnK of tho roles entrusted to them. Percy Mar mont, Maudo Turner flordon, Henry Ca'rvill, Clarence Handysldes. ICmest Maupaln ar.d Mnbel Ballln nro In the cast. PALACE "Til SUM Alnrm"i speclnl cast Joseph Arthur, author. Directed by Colin Campbell. Stllg play Before the Nntlonal Theatre became n Karage many thrilling inelndramaR were staged In that house. One of them was the famous "The Still Alarm." with Its fireman hero nnd "real engine." Now the screen hus u "melo" of tho same name nnd of the same character of en tertainment. Colin Campbell Is responsible for the scenario and direction nf this piece, but It Is not one of his best efforts. Many of the fire scenes were evidently In serted hastily, for they do not fit Into the action entirely logically. Many of tho players who appeared In Sellg's cast of "Tho Spoilers" aro seen In this play. They Include Bessie Eyton, Frank Clark, Tom Hantrhl, I5ugenc Bes serer nnd Frltzle Brunette. ARCADIA "On th Quiet." with John Bar rjmore riay bv Augustus Thomas: d. rected by Chester Whltey Paramount play John Barrymore returns to the screen after a long absence and his vehicle, "On 'tho Quiet," plnjed here on the spoken stage by William Collier, Is ciulte suited to his talents. Mr. Barrymore has quiet but effectle methods, and In this play ho Is given many opportuni ties for humorous touches. Charles Whlttaker made tho adaptation for the screen. Augustus Thomas wrote one if tho funniest nnd most entertaining farces, and Director Chester Whltey has kept the tempo of the story moving rapidly. Tho plot concerns tho efforts of a newly married couple to keep that fact from their friends and a race track tout. Those who know Mr. Barrymoro with n moustache must be prepared for a surprise, for he nppears minus this trademark. Lois Meredith is his wife, whllo Frank Belcher makes an amusing raco-track tout. Frank I.osee, J AV. Johnston, Al Hickman, Helen Oreene and Cyril Chadwlck have Important roles. VICTORIA "The Prussian Cnr." written nnd directed by Raul A. Walsh. Special cast Fox play. This Is a wartime film, which seems to have been put -together In somewhat of a hurry, for It lacks the usual caro and details which have heretofore been part of tho good qualities of a produc tion bearing the name of It. A. Walsh as director. Many of the scenes aro characteristic of this director's style of work, but the Injection of so many sencs which arc to be found In the regu lar topical revues is to be regretted But the audience liked the film, and it should meet with further approval be cause It exposes tho German prepara tions for war and spy activities. Cap tain Von der Goltz Is credited with hav ing supplied the facts for the story. He also plays In It. An unusual cast Interprets the many roles. Those most familiar are Miriam Cooper, Patrick O'Mally, Sidney Mason, Walter X. Lawrence. Ralph Faulkner has the role of President Wilson. John 13. Franklin that of James W. Gerard and Walter McEwan that of Von Bern storff. RECENT "The Flower of Ih Dusk." with Viola Dana. Storv by Mxrtle Reed and directed by John Collins. Metro play. Headers of tho novels by Myrtle Heed will not be disappointed with the screen version of "The Flower of the Dusk." for John Collins has not only seen to the direction, but he arranged the 'script from the book. It is a pathetic tale. The play Is somewhat of a novelty because It comes at a time when other producers ore trying to give audiences light enter tainment. Viola Dana Is appealing as the little heroine who tries to bring cheerfulness Into tho lives of lhos,o with whom she comes In contact. In the, role of her father there" Is xlioun a pathetic char acter of a blind man. The aunt Is a careful study. Howard Hall, Margaret Wade, Jack McGowan, Kllnor Heckman, Augustus Phillips and Guy Coombs are In the cast. STRAXD S. Stone. Inside the Lines," with Lewis Storj by Earl Derr Illpcers and The Stanley Booking Corporation THE fcllowlne theatres obtain their Corporation, wnicn is a guarantee or eariy snowing ul me nncm uruuue tlons. A11 pictures reviewed before exhibition. Ask for the theatre In your locality obtaining pictures through the STANLEY Booking Corporation. A1LL . 12th. Morris 4. Passyunk Ave. AlnamDra Mat Datiyutss n-vgs.u.is&o. PAULINE rUUIJERICK in KI5DOHA" A D"M I n C2D AND THOMPSON STS. ArULLAJ MATINED DAILY BESSIE HARRISCALE In "WITHIN THE CUP" AD ArMA CHESTNUT Below 10TH AKWD1A IDA. M. to 11 :15 P.M. JOHN HAHIIYMOIIB In "ON THE QUIET" Dl I ICDIDn BROAD STREET and DLXJ tLDltU SUSQUEHANNA AVE. D XV. ORIFFITH'S "THE OREAT LOVE" BROADWAY ""SttfiFgy. T' CLARA KIMUALL YOUNQ In "THE CLAW" I7MDDCCC MAIN ST.. MANAYUNK tlVlrKllOS MATINEE DAILY TO HELL WITH THE KAISER" FAIRMOUNT 20th & GIRARD AV. MATINEE DAILY JACK PIOKKOHD In "SANDY" FAMILY THEATRE 1311 Market St. 0 A. M. to Midnight. WILLIAM FARNUM In THE BONDMAN" CsVTTLJ CT THEATRE Below Spruce jOlri Ol. MATINEE DAILY MAE MARSH In "THE GLORIOUS ADVENTURE" GREAT N0RTHERN8r.4J,iatpJ!5i: MARY PICKFORD In "THE EAGLE'S MATE" IMPCDIAI OOTH 4 WALNUT1 ETS. llVlrHtXlAL. Mats, 2:30. Evgs. 7 0 P. W. ORIFFITH'S "THE BIRTH OF A NATION" LEADER il8T $atwm w5Lv directed by David M. Hartford, World ploy. Hero Is n play which Is of war and jet-docs not" have any fighting scenes. It is tho "movie" version of tho play which was seen in New York. Monto M Katterjohn Is responsible for the scena rio, and ho has done his work well. Lewis H. Slone Is Introduced to the screen, nnd his work Is excellent. He Is cast as it German secret service man, who later turns out to be well, It Is bet-t to see this play from the start be cause of the novel twist given tho plot. There Is a fine role for Marguerite Clay ton as an American girl who Is rescued (eoigc Field makes n. cnpltnl Turk, while Joe Singleton Is an Kngllsh gov ernor. LOCUST "The Marrlag Ring." with Enid Bennett. Story bv John Ljncb and dl. reeled bv Fred Nlblo. Paramount play. When "hubby" directs n piny It Is In teresting to see the result ho obtains In response to his Instructions, but then Thomas II. Ince supenlsed this play, to It Is difficult to tell how much credit belongs to Fred Nlblo. It Is to be re gretted that recourse had to bo made to some sceneo which were poorly In serted Miss Bennett appears as the wife of a Herman spy who tries to make her a partner to his crimes, but without suc cess. Sho conveniently gets rid of him find meets the hero of tho story. Thero nro many novel twists throughout, but the direction save the story from be coming stupid. Jack Holt is tho hero and Itobert McKlm the husband, while Charles K. French Is a German spy. Maude George Is excellent as a Hawaiian girl and Lydla Knott is effective as tho hero s mother. "THE BLUE PEARL" PROVES EXCITING No Paste About It as Shown at , the Adelphi George Nash Heads Cast Human curiosity Is capitalized at Its utmost footllght value In tho mystery play. "The most Important question about such nn entertainment Is. Does It my' tlf.v? The next consideration Is. Does It hold the Interest? The second ques. tlnn Is lnunlly a corollary of tho first, for unless the spectator Is success fully baffled In hit amateur detective work until the final curtain interest In the denouement must necessarily slump. Sherlock Holmes himself might well have been stumped by the mvsterlous theft of "The Blue rearl" during a demonstration of hypnotism at the Adel. rihl last n cbt. when that house was opened for the season. It Is very much to be doubted that any of tho numerous armrhnlr Meuths present solved the problem devised by Ann Crawford Flex ner before It was finally divulged on the stnge. Tho present reviewer, hum bly unable to spot the villain, Invited most o'f his fellow critics to guess; with, out exception they were wrong. The first performance of the season it the Adelphi last night naturally re calls the fact that the same theatre be gan Its previous season with another mystery play, and consequently suggests comparison with that earlier piece. "The Blue rearl." like Bayard Veller's 'Thir teenth Chair." Introduced the crime under circumstances which sharply limit culpability to one of a number of per sons. Also like It. the atmosphere of suspense Is successfully maintained at high tension throughout. But "Tho Blue Pearl" does not Introduce the eerie qual ity of tho Velller melodrama : neither Is any mechanical devleo utilized to add the thrill of a tremendous dramatic sur prise. On the other hand, the machinery of "Tho Bluo Pearl" Is better oiled No conversational brllllnnce or carefulness of characterization Is permitted to Im pede the swift progress of the plot. But that Is only to be expected Your forth right mystery melodrama seldom makes nny literary pretentions. George Nash as the shrewd police commissioner provided most of the ex citement. Ho Is the Ideal player for 'tich a hair-trigger role and carries It with ease and assurance Among the women Grace Carlyle and Julia Bruns were especially deft in their work, the former as an abused wife, tho latter as a cat of cats. G. Oliver Smith was most amusing as a "silly ass." Orlando Daly exaggerated the melodramatic villainy of his disagreeable role until It verged at times on caricature. The other play ers were quite acceptable "Who's My Wife?" Broadway Numerous comedy complications which are enlivened now and then with catchy songs made "Who's My Wife" ill that could be desired as a headline attraction at the Broadway. A sex lette of pretty girls help to keep the 'tin moving. The act Is staged along artistic lines Good acts were also offered by Lee and Bennett, O'Brien and his Southern Girls nnd Blccolo's Midgets. "The Claw" Is offered as tho photoplay at traction. Manila Bay William Penii Overflowing with tuneful melodies, which alternate with good comedy, "On Manila Bay." a musical tabloid present ed nt the William Penn. made a distinct hit Tho production Is tastefully staged nnd includes several pretty girls, who are well gowned. Others who tcored hits were the Four Harmony Kings. Clayton Mackln and company nnd Armstrong and Tyson. "Green Eyes," the photoplay attrac tion, proved to be highly Interesting. pictures through the STANLEY Hoolcinr I I RPR TV BROAD 6 COLUMBIA AV. UIUL.IX 1 I Matinee Dally WALLACR RE1I) In "LESS THAN KIN" 333 MARKET ftR; Wf RUTH CLIFFORD In "FLOWER OF YOUTH" MODFI m SOUTH ST. Orchestra 11WL11 Continuous 1 to 11. BARUARA CASTI.EMAN In "HER DUTY" OVERBROOK 03D roIADvn youLoV'1! PAI APP I2U MARET STREET r-Uf-C ln A. M In 11:13 p M DRAMATIC SPECTACLE THE STILL ALARM" PRINCESS -'.SnYW?.:!!? "TO lIRr.T. with " Jl. "TO HEr.T. WIT" THE KAISER" REGENT MARKlT ST. Below 17TH xl-'VJ1-'1 ' 11 A. M. to 11 P M VIOLA DANA In r " THE FLOWER AT DUSK" RIAI TO OERMANTOWN AVENUE rliLMlW AT TUI.PEHOCKEN ST OI.OA PETROVA In ST' "THE LIFE MASK" RIVOI I MD AND SANSOM STS. cTaa KIMBALL TOUjSo'lhf "' "THE CLAW" RI IRY MARKET ST. BELOW 7TH 1UD I 10 A. M. to 11:15 p M CLAIRE ANDERSON In ' "THE MASK" SAVOV 1211 MARKET STREET OM.VV- I N A. M. to Mldn'sht IHLLIB BURKF5 In '" "IN PURSUIT OF rOLLY" STANI FY ,VAR,JET. above ibth JlrtllLLI 11 -IB A. M. to 11:15 P M OERALDINE FARRAR In ' "TUB TURN OF THE WHEEL" VICTORIA MARKET BT. AB. TH V IV-1 VJIXlM a. M. to 11:15 P. j THE PRUSSIAN CUR" Continuing Attraction! 'Eleanor Gates's latest comedy, "Phoebo Pretends," Is now fn Its second week at the Broad. Nine-year-old I-llznbeth Kennedy gives a truly re markablo portrayal of a child whose mania for the "moilcs" enables her to set right the domestic difficulties of her elders. At the Forrest Klrtw .1 Krlanger's latest musical comedy production, "The Girl Behind the Gun," has begun the final week of Its engagement. Thu melodious nnd tripping sccre Is by Han Caryll, with the book and lyrics by Bolton nnd Wodehousc. The notable cast Includes Jack Hazzard, Donald Brian, Ada Meade and Wllda Bennett. The gorgeous Oriental fantasy, "Chu Chin Chow," continues lis prosperous run at the new Schubert, wheie It yes terday began Its third big week. It Is a spectacular presentation of tho Arabian Nights talo of "All Baba and the Forty Thieves," In fourteen big scenes with a company of three hundred. "Abe" nnd "Mnwruss" hao many (rials and tribulations In the "moxte" bu-lness In "Business Before Pleasure," by Jules F.ckcrt Goodman nnd Mon tague Glass, for another week at the Ljrlc Tho cast Includes Barney Ber nard. Alexander Cnrr and Jentilo Mos covltz, Uugene Walter's play, "Nancy l.ce," continues at the Garrlck this week, with Charlotte Walker as Mar The play deals with the deceit and dishonesty practiced by the fast New York set. Lillian Kemble, Charles Mackay, Charles Itlegel nnd William A. Mortimer are also In the cast "I.ene It to Jane," tho musical com edy by Jerome Kern, Guy Bolton and P. IS. Wodehousc, continues Its suc cessful run at the Opera House. The piece Is" based on George Ade's "College Widow." Anna Orr, Juanlta Fletcher, Georgia O'ltamey nnd Oscar Shaw all help to mako it delightful. follies of Pleasure Gu j ety Laughs and pleasant surprises follow each other In quick succession In the "Follies of Pleasure," which delighted a big audience at the Gayety. There ar several up-to-the-minute burlesques on the conceits of the day, and, of course, several pntrlptlc numbers which ndd spirit to I he performance m Iffl H a large fleet of commer 1 m MTOYREANDHEAItf' STARS IN KEITH Bfll Famous Minstrels Here TUffr Week in "The Man Frw Montana "wa We hae with us again at Keith's tfcWy ry wecK our oiu minstrel irienus, iucimyrs ' , nnd Heath, assisted by Otto T. JolWr1 sone, In "The Man From Montana," a JIti'2 Funnier than ever, the two black- fyXgi facers have a lino of chatter that KeptT their audience yesterday In screams v yesterday In screams v-'a from start to curtain. "Henry" and v3,S "Butch" are "cogltatln an acltatln"' ,i fhta (l,r,A 'l.ntaf o rrn I HiAu'rn Blrnnv 4av. X. ... I I....U UWUh .. ., III., W U..V.. VB. "Henry" Is a "bad man from th 1(V.,H ...11. n l.it.,,,1. MnM... -...I .. kta (..: gun. who comes Cast to get the ral., yj "Butch" wants her. too. That's thj ' J basis of an avalanche of humor 'and Vs1 funinaklng, nnd for twenty minutes. tluj..9-fe pair "just go to It." And the au'dl-3s-'' ence enjoys every minute or. me ;j Kx'-.i scrap. Tho bill ...i.ii.. .. H.I..1.-1 ....-. fc 5'i .iiu utu kuiuniiin mu iiiuaiLai iiuiii rf4i.J ours, uoin oi inem gooo. Vivian lion. trii n coloratura soprano, and Lillian Hose- ,,$ ' dale, pianist and composer, have a projfef- '-J gram or classics that Is especially well i?t rendered, Miss Holt having an exeep- Wf tlonallv good voice. Then there Is Mao Eleanor Bali; who Jg& plays a lolln unusually well, and hef" igj brother, who 'cellos some and then does --K8 a whistling stunt. They, too, were . . Jvfl greeted with frequent encores. , ,. tVt Frances Nordstrom, William Pinkham and company have a quaint comedy, V jpj "It's All Wrong," written by Miss Nord- ,, 's stroin. 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