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EVENING PUBLIC LHDtiMl PHILADELPHIA, SATUUDAY, NOVEMBER fl, li)18 IftONEL BARRYMOREAND PHOEBE FOSTER IN TIMELY PL A YSFOUR OPENINGS COMING WEEK THEATRE AND MOVIE FAVORITES WHO WILL ENTERTAIN THEATREGOERS DURING TW COMING WEEK OLD TEACHER IDEAL iOF LIONEL BARRYMORE TkE PLAYGOER'S y WEEKLY TALK Same Observations on the. flaming of Mays, Liberty Theatre and Movies , tf tl.l. aHAKESPKAHU munt have VY, made a terrible blunder when he allowed Juliet that disdainful iuerv. '"What's. In A name?" Ask anv success- t Ml producer of modern plaji what he things I Jn a name and lis will tell ou t 'k(s." For Instance, take (he "Oh i school for musical comedy. An Investl ration Into the genealogj of the "Oh I family will carry you back to Oh, h Delphlne!" The first descendant of that , proud forbear was "Oh, Uov '" who n I hit, turn gives way to female tnemher , ofthe "OH" family bearing the euriimre , "Oh, iJidy, l.ady '" l.an bu not leas' . In the category of "Ohs Is "Oh. Ye which first mw t.ie light anci is en nutting up at the Princess Theatre in New York, but may cnnie over to Phila delphia later In the season As fo' -Oh, Lady! Lady- I'hlladclphlans will make, Ha acquaintance at the Lull November 25. Oh, very well THE Influence of habit In the theatre enn be even further expounded Kloreni Zlegfeld. ,lr. hns the "I'ollie"" )iablt. which It mav be ho is trvitig t 1 overcome. If one consider the opening 1 here Tuesday night of hi first venture in I the field of drama. "Bv Pigeon !'' Then there Is the "Passing Show" hnli 1 to which the Hhuherts urn confirmed and the "Hltchy Koo ' habit. t. wli . 1 Raymond Hitchcock has fallen ii victim This year William Collier lu- said farewe" "Nothing Hut the Truth, tint . n would not feel to, homesick for his old play, bin new vehicle In"1 heen dignified with the reminiscent title Nothing But Lies " ltoliert llllllanl Also found himself Incapable of turning his back coldly upon the shining past and memories of happy da.' s in "A I'oo There Was" and sated himself n painful leavotaking by naming his new play "A j Prince There Was." The role Mr. lilt- Hard cut out for hlmelf in this cumeiK. 1 which la now hating its trout at the Rarrlck Theatre. Is reminiscent of .1 LImIIhh ,. nla.'utl l.v I, . n, ', ,-nt,l llinn' .V-. years ago. "Her First ppearam e" was the title of the pla In which he achieved a considerable sucess. and the. role was that of protector for 11 state child. Finally, by v of suggestion. It seems strango that nothing ha been done toward perpetuating the catchy title of "Turn to the Itlght " With a perfectly good name like this as 11 be ginning, It ought to b eas to-work tip another version and label it "Tuin 10 the. Left," SO MANV persons have been enjo.vmg the winning melodies of Slgtnund Romberg that .1 survey of the work of this popular composer should be In order. It was as recent as six .tears 8go that Romberg came to this cnttntrv from Vienna, where he had studied under Victor Ilenbcrgcr. composer of iriany musical comedies. Immediately after' landing on America 11 shores Kotn berg aet himself to the task nf supple menting his classical training with a cuurso Ui American ragtime, and fur three vears ha applied himself to this kind of composition, at the sanlo time studying the F.nsllsh language Since then he has been reaping the fruits of his application and h.s contributions to the American musical-comedy stage hut been ever more frcuuent. "llay- Ejv-.tlm" n1 "Th Passing Show of 1MV MOi mr 'ttie latest shows with the Romberg tnunte. the first of which In no suvill V-tortsure owes Its success to the catch ?'3tbmbrg melodies. with their old - Jenn,a, nator. WHEN" the war Is deflmtelv ciincluded something more Hum three million sturdy oupporleis of the theatre are going to return to civil life with grateful memories of bleak months brightened by the artistry of a few hundred patriotic entertainers who were not reluctant 10 contribute their share totvarl strength ening the morale of our nKlniti; forces, -... .. 1 HfVH ,"" 1 ' EL l" stOtNT (PHOTOPWI I IOVL PAlACt (CMOTOtJW; -"JJBMi-- &,. EVES OF YOUTH" ADELPHI JWM MB&B0mi, rt-ik&mti aprince -mine was-" nHrl I rAlulLl tUiulliu 1 . s .jimxASa- JssEWi.&. s. i-Ui-ler- BnAl--Xavde'i in, $Y'T'ijitSgSZ!mtrt yJHB'--ftSS MfAOTf nnwr u.nt?t n ix.AltMUT Mi-tUOit V .-i"::, Xyr iiMK jdUflBHX Raimiiml Hltduo, k. haa thrown nff V BiMC"'W V -RrJ,4, , "flHBR W gmWiV sj.. , A in. MAN -O- --S Nov-ma IViltvia.aa. -W IKrAea O "BrriAv. tn.' ME. OWLY VAV' STANLEY lPo'OPUVl iee. 1 H,' v hs iei in.' leil m, go . m Hie !, ainl h . Iu.., M.il v l'. .1. for Ins si. 11. I was 'fl t(i,. (al alt'l I pla.tnl tin- !"' f a cr.ihlieil olil mmian Th,' cinpanv inatiageis did mil thitil, i' ujsp iii lm, such a Hinraeter In the story, but tirllllth preiailnl. In f.n-t. eterybody was rathei dubious n to tin outcome of the teiilute. Ymi enn im agine their surprise when this two-reel' , , t.i t .. i...h ..in1 llllll lliiiillil., A,an roil, ,,1111 , i,,ii, .--,, 1 more straugeh, 11 became .1 great sen Kation. Some of the tlieiittes In which tin, picture, was shown actually had the temerity to raise the price of admission from tle to ten cents. Of c-out-e. the success of the tentuie was an Inspira tion to every bodv 111 the producing Held and drlflith cpeciully gained In artistic courage so that he did not hesitate when the. time seemed light to stage such tremendous works as The Hlnh of a Nation' and 'lleatts of the World' (Jraint In Henpen Doors .""oon flir impi'oi eineiits and altetutlnns have been made. Nixon's ilranil and Wagner's Untieing Academy will te. open. The building was considerably damaged by fire recently, but the greater part of the damage to the llimtio proper was by watir. The .repair wolk. has been "somewhat hampered by labor shoriage. but it is going ah, ad rapid! v now and the tiinnd will He r open lu a short time. 'HITChT RENOUNCES BUSINESS Turn Over Hiiiiie MVnirs of 1911J Show lo mv l'irm It.iimoml lutein oil,, ha.s tlrou of! the ,,Ue of buslne-s iii.in.igeirent and Is now a carefree a, tor with the hlui -sk. limit of the stage for Ins oild con celts of humor. As the show of whuh he 1h the pej-pynal feattnc grew largei from season to HeaMn, the business cares that It entailed tlnnllv made it necessary for the nctui to dfclde be tween tbo call of the stnge and "the front of the house " The art side of the Issue won, and sir Raymond Iliiehcoek continues to spread the gohpe of good cheer floni the footllght aide of the playhouse. A new firm f Klaw and Crlanger. Dillingham and Zlegfeld has been or ganized to handle the "Hltchy Ron 1!)19" show, which comes to the Kot rest Theatre. Monday night Wi.llax:e. Ticri. FROM tUNtBAL RIDCC IktaCAOl A (PMOTOBtA'( I Tom MR.tOCAN VICTORIA (pnoTOPtArJ U.S.A. idy tie Walnut Well Ailapleil lo Photoplays The historic Walnut Stteet Theatte Is closing the lifst week In its tenerable c.ueei of Ho seasons as a tnotion-plcture lioti'-e It was nulto appropriate that the I great 'irlttlth iihotnplay . "IlearlH of the .. -- . , . .. ... .World, should have tiegun Hie walnuts Norma liilnt.iilpe (.liming l.a-t ,noU ,.areer. The stage Is well adapted A message ieceied at the Norma to the screen and the audiences hae iieen eiiauiea to ie me war nrani.i 10 1 advantage. Talimulge studios states that .Ml.-s Tai- pept madge, he,r director, .Sidney A. Frank- gUo: tin. Thontas Melglmn. Cladden .lames and, thereby to tin winning of the war. Only Way." nut tnetr patriotism win 1101 go min--tvarded, for tho Intluenre these tettirning soldiers and sailors will wield for the fvittlre good of the theatre can scarcely be overestimated. I Just at this time, because of the rils-' bMrij,ntn? effect of the influenzas rav- , ng In the cantonments at home and because of the losses which necessarily are the price of American victories overseas, the Government is eseclally anxious to provide good, wholesome en tertainment for Its soldiers and sailors. S,-. the War Department's commission on rl'alnlng-camp activities has arranged n long list of bookings for the Liberty theatres, some of which are. as follows George Arlis, In "Hamilton" . In.i rialro. In "Polly With a Past : ljld nu uuiili anil other ineiiilieiw of her company, will Mart for New V,rt!"1 "fm-...i"' 'Ni,k"" lo lli-cre Kiglitli Amiit rrsarj having finished Wie Ueart of Wetona, p ' Ml Talinadge'H neM production Miss I The eight niinlversiirv of the Nixon Ti'linailge. Intends 10 stoi off at the Theatre in West Philadelphia will be Grand t "anion a tlav or two to get one ' observed during the week of .Vovember or two location scene" for her next, I . when n iiecial bill will be offeied. piciire "The Probation Wife" Sue wilt Harry A. Smith, assistant to Mr Nlrd- be ',1 the Stanley next eci,. m uer imKer, now nas 1 lie .xi.xun llinili jus VALESKA SURAH FOR GINGHAM ALMA TELL'S STAGE CAREER At'trcss When OH' Stu".e I rgee First Apjiciircd in "Legitimate Kciiiomv in Drr- Valeska Hurait who comes to Keith's next week In "The "urile Poiiy.'- I credited with being the most extrava. gantly gowned woman on the American stnge. The Stiratt finery would cause rieoiintia. garbtd In her inut regal robes, to look pitiful. Hut now. much t the surprise of her colleagues. .Miss Sutatt Is advocating ginghams, .lust Imagine her In a gingham gown In her provisional wolk Miss Stiratt will continue to be the very last Hyllahtr In sartorial elegance, but in her personal expenditures i-he Is to be an Inihfatlga. ble worker for the conservation uf ne cessitics Hating her absence from the stage she devotes her time to motion pictures, and In spaio bouts has lost ui Ecye- B. F.KEITH 3 Thcdtricjl Firm Still Iteacliiiifi (Jut Friil ij NHon-Nitdllngcr and Wll- IITimfl (IIUrifllMn ririlTl ""'" lmll,fl " ineairnai liueresis 111 WITH PASSING SHOW i,'h,i,i,"", i"" """ !"' '- piaynotises. iiecnntiy tney secured the Rlvoli Theatie, formerly known ns the Fifty -second Sired Thealip. Other prop. I'ttfes acipilied by tli-se manngers ate the Voik Piil.ii t Twenty -ninth and Von, streets, which has been enlarged and ecpnpped will- 11 new oipan, imd the West AUegnetiy Theatie, at Twenty-fifth stteet and Allegheny avenue, which wns niieiied 11 fun weeks ago tinder thrlr iiiaiiageincni All of Which Proves the Sluge rspfdn't Iiilcrfprc Willi Domcsticitv illreci managemiyit. in "P.-K of My Hfarl" The work of Alma Tell, who has the leading role in "Ryes of Youth." now at the Adelphl, first attracted thn atten tion of Olive- Murosco. who engaged her for the pari of F.thel In the Hostotl company of 'Peg of .My Heart" After a season she returned to tho storlt com pany In which .she began her stage career and then went Into vaudeville, appearing In "The Passion I'lay of Washington Square" for a season. She then returned to stock for two seasons In Portland. Maine She net played with Arnold Daly In "The Angel In the House" at the Fulton Theatre, and In "Our Children" at the Maxlnc Rillott Theatre. Her most re cent iierformances have been In "The Meeting of Molly" on tour, anil "The Squab Farm " Miss Tell is n great collector of war iipportiinitv lo explain her economy dress poems, and she Insists she lias the most theory lootiiir women. extensive coiiecuon 111 mu cum, PHOTOPLAY PRESENTATIONS FOR WEEK OF NOVEMBER II TO NOVEMBER 16, 1918. SEE ANNOUNCEMENT DAILY IN THE PUBLIC LEDGER AND EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER. Subject to Change AI.HAUHKA UMb. .Morris rJiMinl Av U'lll.l.o . ("' .VJtl and Thoini,)li St. AKI'AIHX . , . '" 'hetiiut l,low 1ih St IIKI.MONT r,'.M nn.l Market Sl (I Hroul i- .Sumitlfhanna Ave CKDXK Mil h and 1-e.UrAw-. (Ul.loF.I'M . , l" MKIk.l lielow OOlh St. ( III.OMM. , . lltn. uisl .Msl'lewood Aves. UMfl!K"H Mslu HI.. Mnn-iiunk Warfleld. In "The Auctioneer"; Margue rite Sylva. In grand opera selections; Mile. Spink, In light opera selections , ..Maria Zucca, in piano'.ogues" ; "The Kyes of Youth," 'Friendly Knemles." "A Tailor-Made Man." t'ome Out of the Jvltchen." "'Tiger Hose." "I.tlac Time." "Setret of Suzanne," "Nothing Hut the Truth," "Oh. Lady. l.adv." "Fair and AVarmer." "Going l'p." "Maytime." "cviiintrv Cousin." "Sometime." "Stop, lxok and Listen," "Out There," "Flo-1 uiuKKA Flo," "Yankee Princes'." "Pieams "ome 4mh and aisrkei his. True," "There She Goes" and "t.'harlie's ' ..vvin",," Aunt," j 13lt'.vurk"t St. Caruso vvllNsIng at one of the Libeity ' theatres, as will Frances Alda. Margaici , r.lKM ,, v. Mntzenauer. Mabel GaiTisnn. Maggie, -Mh Hi .114ii1t.n1.v11. Teyte, Olive Kline. Ampanto Farrar. , 1Sxskkokii Marcia Van Dresser. I'ecil Ardenf Lain- t;i rTankfnril t bfrt Murphy, John Barnes Wells and Itelnald Werrenrath For the modest sum of fifty inn. any one of the boys In the service can enjoy I i.iikaT MiKTIII.lltN these entertainments, ami -'or those even milsi t r.r - Ave. le affluent there are seats for 11s low as I rTT.-.T..." " .ten.oents. Finally, if anv of the fellows ' ',;,,, un.l' Walnut m go broke, there is smlleage lo fall back; on, and the Liberty theatres report JKKFKIIHOV that two-thirds of their receipts are -.mh mid IkupIHq " frotn. this source. MONDAY Marguerite I'UrH In Out nt k I'lear Sky Theila tta-.l In A Koiil Th, re VA us The Man From 1'unorsl Rldire Shoulder Arms TUESDAY MamufTlte chirk in out uf a rte.ir Sk All Ht.ir I'nsl In The Hnu of M.t til WEDNESDAY Marguerite riark In Hill uf a I'lear Hk. n vv orifniii' lllrth of a .Nalleii THURSDAY Theila H.,rrf In Thu Two orphtma II W (Irlllltir lllltll of 11 Natl, 111 FRIDAY Thi'la b'ara la Tlie Two orphans .M.i Mar.'n in Money Mail SATURDAY The ,Mi,n Kroni Funeral 1 Tl.e Man Prom Kunet-al The Man l'rnia Kiineral The Alan Prom Punernl tttilne nhuulder Arms ' P.lilue Shoulder Arms ' lihlue shoulder Ann. I indue ShouMcr Arms Dorothy Dalton 111 Ylve la l-rante Mudk-e l'.ine,lv ln Friend llu.baiid John Ham more hi on tin Unlet Mary Plekford In Johanna IhilUi. 5BTII M'. ItlKMItH, Helow SpiUI" St. I-I () tsl til (1 Pannle Ward In I'he Nightingale The IiiiIoii fur Mabel N'ortnand In Hack tu the Wood" Ueie tarrl.--ale In Till) While U Iiorothy Diltori in i ' VUo U Krulue M.idce Kennedy t in Kriend Hu-liHiiil ' John Marrsinore in I On the tvulet I .Mary Plikrord In Johanna PnllM ' P-innle Wnid tn Tho MRhtink-Jle Lilian Walker In Kill- Lilian Walker In Lnl l.arratano lit uf Hlches li.iriasunent of Hli h, s Pauline KreoYrltk In Zaza llornthy Olstl Th,j Hun Within Pornthv llti in Tnd Ilun Within Lila Lee In I'rtllse of I Ktliel ;iu.vtou In tlie th, lllke llellete llllll Will, V'llinn Hack, To Hod With lie Kaiser Wlillaie Held in The. .souice MarKuerlte I'lark In on of ui I'leur Sky l-'aiinl, Ward In Tho Nlulitlimalt, M.iiiruerlle I'lark in t Wtlllsin Desmond In "lvlan Martin in liar Country Ftr.t Wsllatu Held tn The Snun-e Mae Marsh in Money Hart The I'rueulun rur I ll.irl Williams In ' 1 TI10 lllrl In Ills House I 1 Kthel 1 "la von In the ttlrl Wtui Came llai-K Doruthy Dalton In Vive U Kmnee Wtlllarn Held in The Souree ipie Mure! in Money Mad Th Prussian Pur Ana. N'llsMou tn In .Judgment of Hlitli I'lllTord tn The Lure of Luxury Lll.ilnth Klziluu In The Mnnxman Doruthv Dalton In Vl La Kranee A CX 1 OHEAT many inoving-plctute exhlb- Jl'tmn l'ront slid liirard Ave Uor have been tnidy In recognl-.- l,K.)lMt , , , .,. " r -, . ..' ,1,1 nun ,,""-. ' Itlg, the marriage 01 minor mm 01111. , . I They have been wont to consider musio I i.inKltTV ' only as an accompaniment tn the pic-' Hrourt arPuiunihia te , ture. rather than ,as an Integral part of ( ( It. 'and In so doing have sacrificed a ' aid uml la-ut Sis 5. great deal of the Impiessiou their pro-1 ."..,".7ir 7 . tA; Actions otherwise would hate, tin the, "$" j .AI It h uvlihr hand, some of the more euecessful 1 '. '- iihtbllors have made a gieat deal of juhiki. () MJ,the blending of musio and fllin, with the r:: fnut ,. rwwlt that their patrons carry from the --- ' ' theatre an Indefinable feeling of satls r"'faolon which comes of perfect harmony. '2 The rhythmic value of musio as a Vl&ri of the picture cannot be'tmilcreytt ' '-muted, and If properly availed of will . enhance the play upon the emotions. Mto1PS mine aay 11 win uecome ine ICe w liel u llllll 19 inuuc iw iru in, .lory a secpnd time In mu-lc, so WTien ine tunc iur oir iiiuumunii the two will go along hand In MVIIt V.'d and Market Sl. IIVFKIIKIIOK . . , "' iltd and ll.verford Av. () '-3rar 23r .And It la safe to ay that when L becomes Hie practice the call for 'mavlng picture trill be gt eater than UMThofore. flMJPHlNB IUi."APAI.TI". mow. J W&- !" I,a" "' r"!e of ,,,p tntiker In V. W. (irlinth's "Hearts nj ttMF World," comments on the develop hum of the motion picture as the has '""tuili )n the earlv dayo when I was ac under ine nirrcnon 111 .m I'Al.tt'P. l.H Aiaraei ov 'Hldge Ave. t Dauphin St. MtlNrKS", o lolH Market HI. ItKllKNT tl Market St. helow I'lh. kTi.to , . ' Htn. Ave. Tulpehcwken. Ponstance Taimadae lu t'oii.tene? Tahuadse in Mrs.tfnnanell's Hoots Jlr-.U-ftliniveH'i. Hoots Kl.lne MaimiiFrsieln In Her Man Ulalne H.iminersndn In Her Man Kdlth Storey In I Monuau Line In The Deinun j To lllin Tljat Hath llryant Washburn, in Till I Como Hack tn You Mary Plckford tn Johanna tlnll.ts Mir the fVedoin of the World Kred Stone In Th (loal Kthel Playtnn tn Soul Without Window. Viola Dan in Klower of th Du.k Ksrl Wllllnme In A Diplomatic MHnion ("rushing Throuati to Iterlln tladire Kennedy In The, Kinsdom of Youth Norma Twlniadre tn The Safety I'urtaln Nov Stewart in The Ply Hod William Karnuin In A Soldier's Oath Atbee lirody In Her Hotter Self Plara Kiiuhall Young In The Saviiee tVonian Mary Plrkford In Johanna Knllsta Marguerite Chirk In out uf a I'lear Sky Pred Stons In The Hnat Knld lleniiett ih The MarrlHH Hlng Louise, (tlnuiit 111 Shaikleii Pantile Ward in a Japanese NUhlliiK.ile Dorothy llalton ill VLf la Prstice Fred Stone In Th Ooat out of 11 i'lear Sky llnrl Williams tn A lilploinalh- MlKsion Allcrt Hradv in The Whirlpool Jewel'iarnieti In Luwiess l.uve Vivian Martin In Her Cotuitrv Plrat John Ifirrymore in On the )u!t Ar.iriOtl Da vies in IV relhi of the Pink Hoses Madilu Petrioa in Tempered .Steel Vlii- llni.lv In Hir lletter S,lf Mao Allison In The Iteturn of Mary Doreiln Dillon in Oleen Mves lllalo Prreuaott tu The iianner .tiark Pantile Wanl In a 1 liiiiiiiifiia Mr'titlnc'ialca I riara Jvlndiall Young The Suitine Woman Tile Prenlellder Pari Wlltlnins In A Diplomatic Mlsaioiv Tom Mix In Pa me and Fortune Louise Huff In T'other Dear Phurmer Pauline Prevlerlck In Seaiiio Havakavva In Ilia HlrtlirlKht lian Martin In Her Country Plr.t Hvim, Htotheru In lllirht Hella Madve Kenneily In Kingdom of Youth , Thrda Hara In The Two Orphans Pharles Hay In Ills Own Home Town Marjorle Wilson In Marked Cards Theiia IJar.i In The Two orphans Madam Petrnia lu Temiiered Steel The Man From Puneral nidne. Shoulder Arms I'uullne Prederk-k In Xara Malsd Nnrtnanit In Peck's Had tllrl Wallaeo Held in The Souri.0 William Desmond In I'he Preniender Karl, W'llllanis In A Diplomatic Jlla.ion ,rt l.yteii in H0,ion HUrkle'a Little PhI Parmel .Myers In the Dream Lady Mavdatr in J no Warrior Shirley Ms ton In Pome on In Vivian Martin In Her I'mintri Plr.t Juil.i llltldge In lh Appearand, uf Lvn Charles Hay In 1 Tho Law uf the North lliadys llrorkwell In Kuttur Parly le lllackwell in Uy Hook or Prook Marauerlte ("lark in Out of u Clear Ski Kinlly Stevens In 1 Klldore. of tho Slnriil Doropy Dalton lu Vive La, Pram e Mary Pltkford In Johanna Knllsta Charles Hay In The Law of the North Made-A Kennedy In IUKUU'II IU IOUIII Constance Talmadge In Pair or Slllc Stoeklnua Mabel Xormspil 1n Haik to the Wouil. Frank Kerrtan In Ituler of the World t- ' - - Dorothy DslCon In Vile la Prnnrt- My Alli.on in The ftfturil of .Marv Stage families are not so common these days that they should be allow en to pass unnoticed, especially when it comes lo Iiene Franklin and Hut ton (teen and their two little daughter.. You see. Miss Franklin is Mis. (Irecn, or perhaps Mr. flreen ought to be 1 alien Mr. Franklin, and they will be heie with "The Passing Show of 10 IS," which conns to the Chestnut Street Opera. House next Monday. Irene Ftnnklln's first stage appearance was made as n baby, who, with her mother, was turned out Into the custom ary snowstorm, upon which occasion the juvenile star proceeded lo giggle and chatter In a way quite contrary tn the llnlasco tenets relative to sob scenes And mindful of the fact. Miss Franklin arly forhere the allurements of Magdn and t'amllle, and confined herself lo the Joyous career of a comedienne. After a few seasons of juvenile roles, sdie made a three-year tour of Australia, spent considerable time in lairope. a no upon her leturn to this country etitcren vaudeville, where she has played most of the time since. WHY MILLIARD QUIT FIGHTING Aliiiiuloiipil I'lifiili-lir Hole When Blow Hroke His limit There has nlwaya been considerable speculation arf"to why ltoliert Ullllard, who Is appealing at the tlarrlck Thea tre In A Prince There WaV" gave up hla rights to the play "Sporting Life-' when It was uppaiently ut the height of its' success "You will tecall that In "Sporting Life' the climax of action involves a prlzo fight In a toned biiunrc. said Mr llllllanl when asked fir an explana tion, "and I 11111 compelled to knock out my opponent, who was n speedy I'ghtw eight fighter named Hilly F.lnier r.iiner couiti nav, nesicu me ai any time, but one night here In Philadel phia he had some friends in the gallery who got lather gay In their temarks, mid I detei inliied to display my Ustle powers. As I landed a telling Plow on Klmer'x head the padding of my blnve slipped and I Inoke my hand, rhovlng my knuckle back to the abnormal post tton when, it icmalns today. "A week after 1 left Philadelphia I determined that I would not box again with the Injured knuckle, and I sold my rights In the piece. From a busi ness point of view, I know I did n very unwise thing, lmi then I didn't have to do any mole boxing." New Tarzan Film for irtoriu "The Itumance of Tarzan." which comes to the Victoria Theatre. No vember 14 for a two weeks' run. Is the new screen version of Kdgai Illce Hal- , roughs' fasclnntlng story of primitive Ife. "The Itom.ince of Tarzati" has the ' nine cast that appeared In "Torzan of he Apes." together with an lidded troupe of wild animals. Including Tantor Stiir of '"The Copperhead" Has Uoundless Admiration for .lames A. Heme Lionel llatryinoie, who comes to the Lytic Mptiday night In the Augusttia Tlioiuas play "The Copperhead." began hl stnge cancer when still In his leena by playing In thP company of Mrs. John Diew bis grandmother. laiter lip play. i'il will his uncle, John lirew. and after tlt.it with .lames A. Herne. For Heme, llarryjnore has boundless admiration, tlertie gave Lionel llarrymoro the part of a young man to play In "Sag Harbor It was shortly ufler Harry more Inn played several seasons In Augustus Thomas's play "Arizona," "I was very bad In the part In "Sag Harbor " says Lionel, "but It was a great experience for pif, If not so good for .Mr Heme, lie didn't get milch out of me, but I got it lot out of hint and was paid for doing It "Heme ndvlsed Ine always tn play chiuitcter parts, paitictilarly after see. Ing me play something that was not f character part. He may Just lave been kind I don't know. Hut I do know-one thing - it was 11, wonderful experience to be with hltn In that play." In "The Uest of Frtmds," following "Sag Harbor," Lionel Hurry more played the pan of an old general, and In his pieseut success. "The Copperhead," he gives 11 vivid and Impressive Impel son. Hon of an old man. It is the- kind of character acting that Herne and Jeffer son nnd those of tl.elr generation In the theatre could do. They all served as models for Lionel Ilnrrymoie. Hut with enthusiastic loyalty to his nrly master lie declares: "Herne was the greatest actor of them all. Why? Well, ho just was Just as l.nndou Is the capital of F.ng land, lie Is easily the greatest actor I ever saw. Of course, a lot of the others vi ere very good Uttt I would ratl.er be able to act like Heme than any of the otheis. He could do anything." CaniMi I'ilm Coming lo Arcadia Caruso, tho world's greatest tenor, who wns recently announced as the latest aciiiilsltlon for the photoplay, will make Ills first appearance on the screen In thin city at tho Arcadia Theatre the week ui November 18, when he will be seen In "My Cousin," which Is adapted from n story by Margaret Turnbull. It Is n inmance of that section of New York cliy known us "Little Italy," and contains a charming love story In which Caruso plays n dual lolc. 1 GARRICK S AMUEL F. NIXON JJfiSf,!?" Atl'L NI.ON.Nlnll.lN(lEIt. Ilil. Msr, 1..,. it1'"" '"T "'"! '"'Ileve that th" world Is a world or tloulile nnd for those who .-....." nMninir. nu, euii.iiiiie ,,1 , niiunnuq intiioMles mere la a ileiuihttlll enleriain- neiit In tho tvhluialially o' i. . ft I.V. We are dub grateful to M merry lomrdy, A Prince Theto Won.' ' Kvsxisa Hllllard for this nlav " ISOVIBKIl. Next Week 2d DELIGHTFUL WEEK MfillTS AT Hllfi, MATINEE WEDNESDAY AND hATL'lllt.tV AT Sll a4sflriisBISlll(lBw aBllllllWSwP'S .!t aV! v i 1 -w aslHillllllllHb. stw iiiiiiiBBsiiiiHKviV v liiiiiiiiiiHHsHsXm. l LiiiiiiiiiiiiHHsBL m - J Popular $1 Mat. Wed. ROBERT MILLIARD in a New Comedy A PRINCE THERE WAS Hy Kohert Milliard and Frank H. , Weatorton. from Darrash AldrtcA Novel. "Enchanted Hearts." Supported by a Companjf of New York Players BROAD STREET SAMUEL F. NIXON gfiS& THEATRE I'KANK MKIILI.NOER. ltualnn. Manatee ,1? TUESDAY NIGHT r iiKdi.NN'is'fi 8:15 Matlnrrt Mrilni'-ilay A aturday ill ":l". Pop. Wrdnrndar Mat. Uest Heats fl.SO. F. ZIEGFELD, JR., wiu. irksknt I'tlK TIIK PlItST TIMK IN AMKHIl'A, TIIK RBIGNINO SUCCESS OC LONDON Ituth Plllfonl In Lure of I.iitury Larl Williams In A litplomatle MiMslnn Anna u Nll.enn in Jiidirment Of Kltlll.l JVJd and Han.om Hts. Market Ht. below 7tr'. ..t(IV U'll Market Ht. ,itei M'AM.KV . althe Xllograpli stud o." obsertes Market t,o 111th owell. "such a thing as a photo- I ,.,. Vn "W unheard of AVe used lo make (j,n Ave at Venanao, I picmrr.. 011111 n in, m. "',.,rT,,M .i",u'ru""?:d(""j;.,n', NniVi'-Vi M..ke. h.s WJHI IlilHIt l."J BUHHW-'t () would probably have beep I -T AI.I.E(,HK.NV '.,tn au, Alllgneny ivr Ro.eniary Pllmhs the Ileum. Mae Alli.on hi Iteturn of Mary Dorothy Dalton In Vive la pran, e Kea.tie. Hayahawa. In UN lllrthrtxht Alice Ilrady In Her lletter Half Peaa-y 11) In 11, t lu Marrtagea Are Mane Norma Talmailfi-0 In Iter Only War Doualaa Patrbanks In He Comes Cp Hmlllns Madso Kennedy 111 The Klnedom of Youth Norma Talinadffe In The Hafety Curtain Kthel llarrymore In Our Mr. MeChe.ney Mae Atll.nn tn Iteturn of Mary Wllllaiu Parnum In The I'lundtrer He. .ne Hit'-akawH. lu Hla HlrtlirlKht Theda 1,-nr.i Houl of lludilha Karl Williams In A Diplomatic Ml. .Ion Mailue Kennedy In friend Husband Madae. Kennedy lu Tho Klnialom of Vmitn Tom Mtv 1 In Pame anil fortune. Pcalurts Petray Hyland 111 Ronnie A utile Laurie The HUH Alaim Special Pealures P.dlth Huberts In The Lure of Luxury LI. lo Kerauaon In Ileal l of Hie Wilds Man Mil r. ll In Hidden PI re. "np'sgu lnv pi To Him That Hath Marlon Davis in Iturden of Proof timlly Hieien. In Klldare of the Hlorm ytae Allison In Iteturn of Mary Norma Talmadge in The Hately I'urtaln Mr I, aiaan. I' K A. Hhoulder Arms I Lillian Walker Km. ha rra summit of Illches Norma Talmadae In Her Only Way 1 CdtiA (loodrli Ii in Her yu. band's Honor Oladys Leslie In The Matins Klalne Hammrrateln In Her Man Norma Talmadae hi Her Only Way Kl.le Pergu.on In Heart of the WI'd Uladya lle In The Mating Mae Marsh III Hidden Pile. 'Inra Kimball Young In The Havage Woman Charles Kay In Th Law of the North Doruthy Dalton In The lluu Within The Still Alarm Hnecltl pea lutes Lila Lee pi Hurh 11 Utile Pirate Alien Ilrady In The Ordeal of ItoaeltK 1 llelle Dennett in . The lleckonlnir Day , I Lila Lee 111 ' Such a Little Pirate Kdna, lloodrtUi 111 Her Husband's Honor Klalne Jlainmer.teln in Her Man i Conatanie Tal dae ill Hauee for the llou.r Norma Talmada, In Her Only Way Kmlly Htevtnson lu Klldare of the Utorin Doualas Fairbanks In Douglaa. Palrbutiks In ! Krtieat Truex Hhlrley lis pomes P11 Hndllus He Cornea I'll Smiling Mason In Com On lu Mr lawan, l". H, A. Jlr. laoran, l" H. A, Hhoulder Arm ' Hhoulder Arms Mr lian l" H. A Hhoulder Ann. Anita. King In I'lttltoat. and Politic. Ilia Blrthrlsht llejda Nora In Ily the World Porgot tsjr. an .alienist And It wo 4rd UP SUniCiepi COUr- . lh,r ,,,.rMt(l (,, obtain tdcturea tlirouah Tlia KT.1M.KV llauklui CorooralUn. u.hl.1, I. u ,i,r,nl,. of earlv ahowlnr m ' iu before .ihlUtlon, s --,.-. t- .- Theda Ham In The Houl uf iluddha Kthel Clayton In tllrl Who Cam Hack Plan Klmhall Young In The Havnae Woman Norma Talmadce In Her only Way Krne.t Truex 1 Bhlrley Ma.on in Come, On In Mr, Lnr.n. I'. R, A. Hhould.r Arms Tom Mix In Pains and Portune Mae Marsh In Hidden Plre. Clara Kimball Young lu The Havage Woman Marlon Davlrs In Jiurdtn of Proof r Lila Lee In Such a Little l'lrat. Kl.le Kenulion In H earl of ttie Wild Thrda Hat a III The Houl of HuUdha June LUIJa. In The Arpearanra of Evil Doriithy Dalton In Ylve la Prance Norma Talmafbre In Iter Only Way Erne.t Truf t Btilrley Mason In Corns On In Mr. Loirs n, IJ, H. A. Shoulder Atmi fiAYFTY 8lh bel" Vin8 VJ - Both Phones. rldliidrliililu'a P11 moils llurlr.k Theatre Philadelphia's Puvorite Camrdlan Geo. A. Clark with Hie WORLD BEATERS A Record. Breaking Show tMii'A&i&l k nittmiXSH SWULMlzblLlUlMIt 9 P sKBsBsflsVHHHsBHsHLI KVMslsJrjaVluM!allKs9!K I are, With the Following Notable Ca.tl .IKIIOVIP. PATBICK r.K llr.sle Jrfive In How Could Tof Carollnsf Iaiul Iaivey In Aj lllch Man's Darling ,!.. .., khJ.,i.r, all nlalnra. revtewad l HUff , I1WUUV,W.. V-. f.... ,.--- -- ,-- r CASINO WAI.M'T .tllllVE Mill ST. l.ttllP.N" tlATIMli: I.MI.V ':,,l,VYl5MyM,':,'r BOSTONIAN BURLESQUERS (With ntAMi FINM1VI Ulll liner 'I heir lattr.t Noirlllri, "BITS OF HITS TIIAT'M TIIK IHIll.LMH 1: IP. Pun uud Prollo Tliruinhuul A Play of the Moment by Austin I'IKIKIIK IHSTKIt M Vltll.tltKT VIIIH KK VINCKNT HKKKAN'll .IIIHN S.VIM'OI.IS IIAHHIHIIN IIIINTKR ID I WATERMAN I FRANK KKMIII.K COtll'F.K ST. CLMII HttPIP.1,1) SCFeNKKY 11V JllsKI'll IIKIIAN ijr i) Pigeon Post hsa passed Its South Performance at the Uarrirk Theatre, Loudon Tivo sddltlonal companies are now playing It In the. Provinces. SAMUEL P. NIXON gjfi FORREST THOMAS M. l.OVK. Du.lneaa Msnagtr Monday Night at 8:15 :Mats. Weds, and Sats. at 2:15 TROCADERO iiomk of ni;ri.Kir m iu.khoi k i'XJLAMLAjlCJI ut iji.v fcjf.. 4 Mfnlnir. TIIK lllft'l Iir.U ... . svr M-f, roinniriirlns .UT II isiiiiVrsj-ii --"-"---'--"---SSBS.SSSISSS-S, J Trail Hitters . Headed bv Vie riant, J.rk Orn.hy, t'liaa. rd. irsrd., Auan.l't Lang. Kl.le lla.tel II HI HIAI'TT C II (1 R I! H ;, -of, v.Y. hu-tmk Pin Tit"'-J AMERICA'S GREATEST LAUGHING SHOW iitiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiii;Miitiiiiiiijii.iiniMiii-iBMiiiinii,iniBiinisjn -' I " 'icaslstfsBsW'r, ' Vv- "'tm M-Mmmmtm H :"i4-Jim.--!iV.'i1isWe SECOND FAMOUS MUSICAL REVUE , "A NATIONAL NFCF-HHITY" RAYMOND HITCHCOCK HITCHY KOO19I8 HIS NEW Hissed by,N'F.I WAVIIl'KN LINKS AMI I.VBICH II Y ttl.KS Msrl)nS'IIV:H. MPHIO IIY KAY.MIIND III IIUKLI. INTKHl-OI.AtlONrlllYIIAItOI.DOKI.Oil CHORUS OF FORTY UNDER TWENTY , ' KOK IIENEPITH AT THK FOHRB8T, IIHOAD AND OAltltlCK THBATRfW, AoBiy to pHBIe 0. NIXON-NIRDLINUstH Nlsi.Nlrdllir Hide,!. ! ,WAt3FtTTST; I "" T fv y. , 1 t-s,--r --- n a.1 . ; ;.,j'i .:... .1 .,..(- i. V ft::.- rf ' W.rjfJ .'-kfl.- .; ? .,., ,' iLM.inal MktdmAd