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Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, August 07, 1920, NIGHT EXTRA, Image 12

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lOOTHNl LEADERS
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ft ".Politics and Review of Troops
Feature Governor's Day at
tho "Little White House"
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iV GUARD TO LEAVE SUNDAY
,,tf w"l l iunvi- uuiili-ii
Sea flirt, Aug. 7. South Jersey s
Governor's Day celebration proved to bo g., g
BomcthliiR of n damp but InterestlnR comedy of life In tho London nrtlst
one. With moral hun.lre.1 representa- , Jtuarter. Thomas Meghan hwthoad
ttTes lierc from rnmden. IurliiiRton, aims Williams, Llla Leo and Theodore
flalcm, Ctimberlnml. Oceou. Atlantic. "Jf" wl" be bCcn nt ,h0 s,anley
Cape May nnd Gloucester counties a '
Tfalrlv good lino on the political sltua- LIYIXa a doubl ",r I8"'1 nnytm1;0
Jinn In South Tirev nq nvnllnble TJiC ' at,pnuolm ,llan Pluy'iP a double
lion in south .iere Y""v"''n"'ci., c part on the stago or In a picture, par
vnrious county delegations talked nbput tlcularly If the actor or actress has the
local and county slntei and the leaders But of actually -"II vlnn the part."
pnthercd round while tlje state nnd na- i The most successful stage and Bcreen
tlonnl tickets were dlpcuscd. f 'ars have reached fame only after hav-
Juft before noon a storm broke and ' " s.""'1, ,,71,8n,"pHlnF5ulf- m,-
torrents of rain met the delegation f rom ' ?. lhea nml llUnK '" tlle lart8 tI,ey
' fa,n!,,cn ! sotl' 7rrsP-v:. T.,lt ?k,rs William Kaversham will appear In
brightened about the time the luncheon I -Tho Man Who Lost Himself at tho
vvas served nnd although the threaten- I Talnce next week. This is tho llrBt of
log wenther had prevented many from . a scries of Selznlck Pictures In which
eoininc mere was a coou sizcu cruu i
i,An,i "
hand.
'Most of the counties from which the
Bovcrnor's friends came were repre
sented In the military organizations In
camp here now and hundreds visited
the camp.
The review of the troops In the nfter
noon, which wns taken by Governor Ed
wards nnd the members of his military
fltaff, lacked some of the intended color
and military pomp because of the in
ability of Major General Harry C.
Hale, commandnnt at Camp Dix. to
accompany the governor. General Halo
wns forced to notify Adjutant General
Gllkyson of his Inability to come be
cause of illness which has confined him
to bed. The review wns, nevertheless,
an interesting event of military ira-
fioTtaate as it wns the Inst of tho brll
lantceremonies which will tnkc place
h'erethl8 yenr.
j Owing to tho rnlny weather in the
morning the troop work wns somewhnt
curtailed and the men did not get as
Jons a, period of instruction in the open
as usual. They spent the extra tunc
in military duty under root, nowever: n
scries of conferences being conducted by
tho instruction officers. The notable
progress of the troops since they came
to camp two weeks ago has been the
Subject of much comment among the
state nnd regular army officers and when
they roturn to their home station!
tomorrow they will go back with a
thorough understanding of the rudi
mentnry phases of military work.
Today ends the actual work. The
troops will probably De required to
"carry on" nil dn because of their de
parture for the home stations.
"OPEN DOOR" SET PLEDGE
Delegates to Bible Students' Associ
ation Accept Vow
- Scranton. Pa., Aug. 7. "Open cove
nants openly arrired at" is not applic
able to nations only, but to individuals
as well, according to a solemn vow ac
cepted bv 2."00 delegates from all parts
1$ of the United States and from foreign
countries nttending the annual conven
tion of the International Bible Students'
Association here.
'The pledge is ns follows:
"I vow that with the exceptions be
low I will at nil times nnd in nil places
conduct myself toward those of the
opposite sex In prlvntc exactly ns I
tVoulu do with tnem in public in the
presence of n congregation of the Lord s
people.
"And so far ns reasonably possible,
I will avoid being In the pnmc room
with nny of the opposite sex nlone.
unless the door of the room stands
wide open.
"Exceptions in the ense of brethren.
wife, children, mother nnd natural sis.
tors husbands, fathers nnd natural
brothers."
GYPSY MOTH IN STATE
Plan to Fight Insects Found on the
'Schwab Estate
Harrisburj, Aug. 7. The gypsy
moth, one of the most destructive pests
known in the Atlantic states, has been
discovered upon sprure trcAs recently
Bhipped to the Charles M Schwab estate
near Loretto from the Duke estate nt
Bomerville. X J
For borne time the moth has been
prevalent in parts of New Jersey nnd
the stnte Department of Agriculture has
been conducting n campaign to keep it
out of Pennsjlvanin. Reports of nn in
sect dnmneinir trees nt Loretto reached
the Capitol n few days ngo nnd Direc-
lor J. I. Banners nrmnca one oi win
department experts to make nn investi
gation. Vord was received by Doctor
Banders thut tho moth had been iden
tified. Immediate steps for control of tho
pest, to hnlt further shipments, and to
trace those made were ordered by the
atate authorities.
Experts Fight Japanese Beetle
Ilarrlsburg, Aug. 7. Arrangements
arc being mnde for an intensive cam
paign by federal nnd btatc experts to
combat the Japanese beetle which has
been located in a btrip of land nbout
one by four mils nenr rminueipma.
The experts nro also inquiring into re
ports of moths nlong the Delaware.
Toy Hunt at Woodslde
Another toy hunt will be staged at
Woodslde Park on Wednesday next In
view of the number of oungsters who
participated In the first toy hunt, the
management has Increased tho number
of toys and games to bo given out
free. Tho search for tickets distributed
at the upper end of the park will con
tinue from 1 to 3
Ittidla and his band continue their
concerts.
Testimonial to New Manager
Tho testimonial dinner to be given
to Edward Loeb, newly appointed man
ager of the Metropolitan U'nera House.
twill bo held a,t tho Walton on Septem
ber 9.
Besides the dinner there will bo an
elaborate program of cntt-rtainment and
, dancing. Tho commute Is composed of
Albert Ladner. chairman, Maurlio Sple
er, Joseph Whio. Lawrtnce Shubert
Lawrence. Bert Crowhurst, Mark Wllbon
and William Godfrey
" "
New Nellan Film at Stanley
Marshall Nellan's next production,
"Don't Ever Mairy," adapted from Ed
tax Franklin's story, will have Its Phlla
delphla premiere at the Stanley week
of AugUBt 1C
Nellan'a latest effort depicts a series
of laughable scenes nnd the story Itself
Is dramatic
In the cast are Matt Moore, Marjorle
Daw, Betty Bounton. Tom Guise, Adele
Farrlngton Thomas Jefferson, Jr ,
Jiayma Kelso and Herbert Standing
Free Tickets by Airplane
Six navy airplanes, which have been
obtained through tho courtesy of Lieu
tenant C Gulbranson. of the nnval re
orultlng service, will fly over the city
on Monday and Tuesday and drop 100
passea for "Up In Mary's Attic," which
begins an engagement Monday evening
nt tho "Metropolitan Opera House Theso
planes will fly over different sections
of the city.
MOVIEGRAMS FROM
SCREEN TO PATRON
rpo OtlDINAIlY appearances, pretty
Knthlyn Williams linn been leading
a rather strenuous career on the Bcreen
lately. For the paBt year sho hasn't
known the meaning of the word "vnca-
1 tlon " Vet Alls Williams claims she
Sii"lh5atVme. a BranU and Blorlous
iou Bee, cxpinincu me ncircss, re
cently, "1 used to play the lends In stunt
lnuriHi plctuien. ono day 1 would es-
i capo ocntii rrom a nying train, tne next
I would be dropped over a mountain
cliff, Destruction lurked on every hand
,n Pictures I'voilone latery,,llko Tho
, Chan.' which 1ihh (nut ' benn fin.
Ished by William Do Milk, come aa a
lllnsfifl fnlla nml cmAm llln u UitirtAP. I
fully restful Sunday mornlnff after a ;
v. - -; . ....... ...-.
Mr. Kacrsham plays two roles. At-
inouifii inKinx mo part or two men who
were counterparts physically, he has to
register two different personalities.
"I am thankful," said Jlr. Kavcrsham,
"that ono character dropped out early
In the play "
Sir. Kavcrsham has to chango from
a stranded American to an English earl.
ALL chorus girls nnd musical comedy
soubrettcs don't fall for fat million
aires and free-spending1 "sports "
Take Jeanctto Adair, tho dancing- hit
of "Solomon's Pet Wife," the big "glrly
glrly show," What sho could aee In the
unnnful voung scientist with the con
gress gaiters and the baggy trousers nnd
tho celluloid collar, when he come Into
her dressing room, was more than the
other girls could "dope out." But Jean
ctte was n bit more discerning than the
average, and when sho put nor nrotty
wits to work - 1
But there's no need of Just guessing
what happened. It's all In "Tho Sins of
St. Anthony," which will bo seen nt the
Arcadia next week. Margaret Loomls
has the role of Jeanette lilmer Harris
adapted tho story from an original In
the Saturday Uenlng Post.
t(T LIKE to work In pictures becauso
J- I can bo domestic " nays Beatrlco
Burnham, who appears In "Ramona,"
made from Helen Hunt Jackson's lovo
story of early California and tho mission
Indians, ut tho Chestnut Street Opera
House.
"It seemed a colncldcnco when I was
assigned to play the cook's daughter in
'llamonn.' " said Miss Burnham. "for
that very day I wanted to get oft duty
so that I could bako a big impel cake
to sere with tea to some friends whom
I expected to entertain the following
day.
"I just love to fuss around a kitchen
and cook all kinds of delicacies.
"Picture work appeals to me becauso
of the time It permits to indulge in my
hobby. Acting In road companies pre
cludes this employment in my home."
A DESERT sandstorm Is a feature of,
Sellg's spectacular i-pcc al. "Tho
Garden of Allah," which will be shown
nt tho Chestnut Street Opera House
beginning August 10 This realistic
Sahara scene shows tho flying clouds,
tho darkening day and the eddies of
winu continually garnering in torce until
a veritable hurricane results In the
rain of sand, tho man nnd tho woman
Journey forth to meet their fate.
Helen Ware, the noted emotional
netreBS, is given many opportunities for
sincere and appealing work.
A BATHING girl revue, "Tho Califor
nia Bathing Girls," In person, will
be given In conjunction with tho show
ing of "Up In Mary's Attic," a photo
play at the Metropolitan Opera House.
The girls present a revue entitled "A
Bench Promenade."
"Up In Mary's Attic" is said to be free
from slaptlck and grotesque antics Tho
picture tells a comic story of n romance
In a boarding school
The charming Eva Novak will be seen
In tho leading feminine role and Harry
Ciribbon in tnat or tne instructor wno
marries In secret.
TANGEROUS DAYS." Mary Rob---'
erts Rinchart's nocl. has been
produced for Goldwyn Pictures and will
have Its Philadelphia premiere at the
victoria, week of August 16. in tnis
story, human heroism, the loo of father
an son ann seu-sacrince siana oui
against a background of terror and in
dustrial strife
Lawson Butt plays tho leading role
of the American business man. disillu
sioned at home and disobeyed nt his
mills Mr Butt made n big hit In Ger
aldlno Farrar's "The World and Its
Woman" nnd added another hit In "Tho
Miracle Man "
"Dangerous Days" contains many sit
uations of tho thrilling and dramatic
type that arc appreciated by motion
picture audiences
TkTtAG HARLAN," the latest pro-
-L ductlon featuring William Far-
num, has just been completed at tho
gcaFOn 't the Victoria.
Fox stuc'.los and will no seen later in tne
Tho ntnrv is of tho strong western
type. The role of Harlan Is suited to
Mr Farnum's talents. It contains ele
ments of suspense and heart Interest.
There is also a generous nmount of
comedy , , ...
Mr Fnrnum Is supported bv Jackie
Saunders, Horschel Mayall, Bill Nye
and Al Fremont.
it A COMMON LEVEL." a spectnru
" lar photodramn of action, thrills
nnd suspense and fenturlng Edmund
Breesn tti.d Claire Whitney, is tho fea
ture for the Palace, week of August 16
It has historical settings as well as
modern Ideas It pictures a modern vul
ture of finance who In a dream Is taken
back to the time of Attlla. the Hun, nnd
shows how Attlla acted similarly, hut
was eventually defeated
The settings of the historical part of
the plcturo nre elaborate.
Tlnney to Open at Shore
That laugh-provoking son of Phila
delphia. Frnnk Tlnney Inst seen here
with ' Sometime." has a new laugh ve
hicle, 'Tlrkle Mo," Bhown by Arthur
HammTsteln a.B "n. musical comedy
will on Monday night at the Globe,
Atlantic Cltv As In "Sometime" Tlnney
plays mostly In white face
rUCCTNIl IT ST OPERA HOUSE
VrlIlJ 1 1NU I Matll s an. nvg T & 0
The Plcturi. Manterplece Evk Hulletln
HELEN Hl'NT JACKSON S
THE LOVE HTOnY OF THE ACES
BEGINNING
"(gW'
MONDAY
.UlojomOstLfcO
A CHILD FOR SALE
On account of tho High Cost of Liv
ing A beautiful four-year-old girl will
bo offered for sale In one of the leading
theatres
Watch for announcement of date and
terms of pnle.
DON'T
EVER
MARRY
A
WARNING
FROM
A
FRIEND
Mil
WILLOW GROVE PARK
I.FI'H AND HIS fjYMI'imsY ORrill'.HTHA
TODAY S. WnellenhurE A to. Ilenrflrlnl
VTrlfnr Aiwlntlon Hit. Hnort All Day
Drm Parade rinrurt hy N Hnllfnhurii
A Co . Mllltarv Hand at 12 41 and 11 o'clock
Afternoon at 80. "AIDA "
Kvenln t ,15, "TUB BOHEMIAN
aiHL."
EVENING PUBLIC
.' ' j - Jtzsi. I Z1 T I s I , a. '
E JPl tWWj Mkmm IKhk f J13I Bf p
LENA PALE Y. HELEN PAVIES.
Trocadero up in MARY'S ATTIC
nenropoi'Mtt
Guide to Photoplays
for the Week to Come
Photoplays
S3rt',n71rT"Th0 rrlnco Chap." seen nt
urnTfi,PfViCan b ."commended for
Knmitnl,n,r iualltlc nnd whole
SS2I ?n ?h. Vomta M,clRhnn is finely
rnmL S CJ.'" ,Sco,t An "flat be
comes the benefnetor of a little irlrl
nnd later learns to lovo her Instfm
?n ?hS,hm ,B'rl K?thr-" WIlllamH Is
directed" "nd Wlllam DeMllle
PALACE "Tho Man Who Lost Hlm
?ln.nWaa W,MI",m ravcrshnm, nml in
m,SBi2 u lmPcronnted another
im!l?, "hoso, no.me l thrust
His appearance Is Identical with that
2L.. i,.h?r mnn nntl complications
ensue. It Is n worthwhllo film.
ARCADIA "Tho Sins i of St Anthony
are committer! bv Bryant Washburn
J?, ono f,nis best comedy plays.
Charles Collins wroto the story, whoso
plot deals with the meeting of a pro
fessor with tho members of a musical
comedv troupe
VICTORIA "The Idol TVinrer" fVn.
tures Rlchnrd Barthleme.ss and was
directed by Griffith. Favorably le-
VlcVtiVi.
ItEaKST "The Family Honor" Is n
King Vldor production of the South.
In which a girl aids her brother, who
Is suspected of being Implicated In n
crime Florence Vldor Is the leading
woman while Ben Alexander is nlso
In the cast.
CAPITOL "Let's Bo Fnshlonnble."
with Douglas MacLcan nnd Doris
May. "Homer Comes Home" latter
half of week.
OIZEAT NORTHERN "Jenny Be
Good." with Mary M. Mlntcr, first
hnlf. "Desert Love," with Tom Mix,
latter half.
COLONIAL Jennnette Kerr Is tho
vocal soloist In addition will ho
shown "Tho Soul of Rafael." with
Clara Young. "Old Lady 31" latter
half
IMPERIAL "For the Soul of Rafael,"
with Clnra K. Young. "Dangerous to
Men" latter half, with Viola Dana.
MARKET STRfrET "Dangerous to
Men." with Viola Dana. "Treasura
Island." with Shirley Mason, latter
half
STRASD "Tho Sea Wolf." wlt.i Noah
Beery "The Fortune Teller " with
Mnilorle Rnmbeau, latter half
LOCUST "The Sea Wolf." with stnr
cast, nnd Royal's Andy Gump enrtoon
of the diameters appearing in the
Evns'i.vo Pt'PLic LEnonii.
RIVOLI "Treasuro Island" has Shir
ley Mason
HE1.M0XT "Frivolous Wives," with
Kathrlne Klrkham "What Becomes of
the Chlldien" latter hall'
JVMIiO "Back to God's Country," with
Nell Shlpmnn. "Strictlv Confidential."
with Madge Kenned v. Thurs. ; "Almost
a Husband." with Will Rogers, Frl :
' Pasrersby." w 1th J. W. Kerrigan,
Saturday.
WrS7' ALLEGHENY "Or. Jekll nnd
Mr Hvde." with John Bnrrymore.
"Shepherd of the Hills" Intter half.
CEDAR "The Accidental Honevmoon,"
with Robert Warwick, Mon nnd Tues. :
"Remodeling u Husband " with Doro
thv Glsh, Wed nnd Thurs , "The
Cltv of Masks," with Warwick, Frl.
nnd Pat
COLISEUM "Eyes of tho World,"
"Remodeling a Husband," with Doro
thy Glsh. Thurs. ; "Riders of tho
Dawn." with Roy Stewart, Frl. nnd
Saturday ....
LEADER "Slel: Abed," with Wallace
Reid "The Wonder Man," with Car
pentier, latter half.
Special Photoplays
METROPOLITAN "Up In Mary's
Attic" u film farce described ss rich
In humor and freo from slapstick or
custard 'plo comedy In addition will
be a bevy of bathing girls In a beach
revue and somo song specialties.
CIIESTXUT ST OPERA II O US E
"Ramona" enters on Its final week.
This spectacular and elaborate pho
toplay version of Helen Hunt Jack
son's famous novel of early Califor
nia life and the Mission Indians and
pioneers has won nign commenua
tion GARRICK "ShlpwTecked Among Can
nibals," a cinema record of tho
unique and thrilling experiences of two
daring ond pportlnu explorers among
tho bead hunters of New Guinea.
Their pictures are said to be remark
able and to have genuine educational
merit.
South Sea Movlo
"Shlpw recked Among Cannibals,"
which opens tho Garrlck Mondav for an
Indefinite engagement, is a motion pic
ture without a scenario. It is presented
ns the cinema record of the Alder
I.aommle expedition conducted under
the auspices of the Southern Academy
of Sciences.
Commencing with a scenic Btudv of
tho South Sea Isles and a tiger hunt
In tho dense tropical jungles, tho con
finuitv to a shlnwreek scene oft Fred
erick Henry's iBland whero the explor
ers are forced to lanu among ino i
Kin tribe of hear hunters. Here tho
cameramen mingle with tho savages
making dally photnpraphlc records of
their mode of existence, their food,
clothlnir. or rather tho lack of clothing.
manners, vocations and the terrifying
head dance of tho tnbe The picture is
said to bo replete In thrilling situations
and has been made the rubject of ex
tensive press comments, being ono of tho
principal natures or the colored maga
zine section of a recent Sunday issue.
THE JANE P. C. MILLER
fhU IM CONSERVATORY
UIIMl HMD 10;,i CHESTNUT ST.
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PniVATE LEShONS DAILY
DANCINO PHYSICAL CULTUTtB
.nuut.ii.1 KaijiiSTic anu KANCI
tlll.NI.NLT IILI.OW
A MID-SUMMER JUBILEE
Special EnB-ngoment of Two American Idols I
BILLY B. JAMES J.
VAN & CORBETT
t.. ii.i,.i ..mi, ,i vaudeville. Hlur of the Wnr. Htage unil Screen.
IN A sVlRITED TRAVESTY? "THE EIGHTEENTH AMENDMENT"
MARGUERITA PADULA
Hnnir hlllille nf lloy
I irt Appearance llerel
DOLLY KAY
Syncopation' Cl(rer Exponent
rilir. I'llll.I.II'H. at the I'lano
PEDERSEN BROS
KXTKA ADDK11 ATTIIACTIONI
Gladys Henry
CLARK & BERGMAN
In
Tl NI.H OF Till: HOIll"
A.Mm1 liv tho Crlp MUtera
r ins itip nmiera
man nt the I'lanf,
If unci ii
lt(U NIIOWM DA1IA. 2 I'. t e AM ftfir
INCI.IlnlMI WAR TAV. HKATH OV H
XEpGERr-PHIIAt)ELPja;iA, gAXUBDA
FEATURED ON LOCAL STAGE AND SCREEN NEXT WEEK
ClAEA "KIMBALL
tOUNQ."FOR
POLLY
KAY,
Kjt TVS
Theatrical Billboard
, for the Coming Week
Vaudeville
KBrJTU'K B1"' Van nnd James J.
Corbett, comedlnn and pugilist, In u
travesty; Gladys Clark and Henry
Bergman nnd tho Crisp Sisters. In
Tunes," a novelty; Marshall Mont
gomery, noted ventrlloqult; Eva
hliirley nnd her singers nnd dancers ;
Margaret Padula, whistler nnd singer ;
gp'ly Kny, vocnllst. Ed Furman and
Bill Nash, singers; Pederson Biothcrs,
ncrlallst; Mnrgnrct Taylor, gymnast.
GLOBE Slatko's Rolllckers. musicians
and dancero; Jack Roof and Girls,
musical comedy; Hal Norcross and
company, playlet; Jcanetto Granese
nnd company, skit; Conway nnd
Melds, comedians; WInehlll and Mc
cormick, "nut stuff" ; George Randall
nnd compnny. In sketch ; Marie Doro.
violinist; Armstrong nnd Downey,
cyclists ; Gene Duo, acrobatic act.
CROSS KEYS Mack and His Girls,
musical comedy ; Al and Leah Bell,
ventriloquists; Jean Chnse, comedl
enno In plnylet ; Kelly nnd Brown,
skit; Vim, Beauty nnd Health, acro
batic novelty. "Sweet Sweeties," mu
sical comedy, heads bill last half.
BROADWAY "Sweet Sweeties," clever
musical comedy ; movie. "For the
Soul of Rafael," with Clara Young;
Dave Genaro and Anna Gold, bklt;
Rolland nnd Rny, songs; Williams
nnd Williams, patterlsts. Mack nnd
His Girls head bill latter hnlf of week.
WALTON ROOF Gorhnm's Revue of
twenty singers, dancers nnd come
dians, is tho unusual and elaborate
attraction, with specialties by tho dif
ferent members of the company.
This Is In addition to the general
dnnclng nnd other fenturcs.
NIXON Hynms nnd Mclntyre. of mu
sical comedy fnmo. head a bill in
cluding Tommlo Allen nnd company.
Adler and Dunbar nnd Langson nnd
Smith. J. W. Kerrigan, in "Tho Green
Flame," is the movlo for tho first
half. Beatrice Morell Sextette heads
bill latter half, with "Jazz Bandit,'
tho movie.
GRAND "Mnklng Movies" shows now
they nro maae ana jieriiiiio )""-'
pating In them; Billy La Mont Trio,
dancers ; Florence Tlmponl. lato of the
Walton Roof. In popular stngs;
Vaughn Comfort and Jlmmle Jones,
songs nnd music ; Vokes nnd pon, tho
Rurlcsquo
BIJOU "Bathing ucauties, jirouutuu
bv KUDO nernf lein, wuu .u....--many
specialties new to burlesque,
patrons. Tho show 1h a merry melange
In two acts, called "The Hotel Ma
trimony." and features Jack Hunt,
Slick comedian; Helen Lloyd and
Loulso Merecrcau, supported by a
number of burlesque favorites who
nTwcll known here, and the .diving
Open tonight and
Chorus 01 iweniy
runs all noxt week
W00DSIDE
Somerning Doing All the Time
300 Toys Free
Second Toy Hunt of the Season
Wednesday, August 1 1
Fun .for tho Kiddies
Rodia's Concert Band
GIUSEPPE RODIA, Conductor
EDNA WALLACE KINNEY
CONTRALTO
Firework Every Friday Night
TVtKLrTH BTKEET
OF VAUDEVILLE STARSI
Ed-FURMAN & NASH-BiU
TOHflHIOWnH on liir iirmirnn or nong
A Dltlnctle Noteltrl
MARSHAL MONTGOMERY
Tim Extraordinary VentrllonulM
fiiinnortr.1 by EDNA roi'llTSKY
MARGARET TAYLOR
AND
KXTKA ADDED ATTRACTION!
From Has Time io firunil Operu
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4f'iH 5 IVVVJiHHiAX MONROE 6AUSBUR.V,. cJENNIE
'.KiH W 'iwVfiOSSKX "RAMONA" BLOSSOM.
PSPB ' L.-' JMJT UUM'T '' $.MriMu CTiffoltiul Walton Roo? -i
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jAu W'MtWWMm JEANETTE LOUISE MER3EREAU. dEANETTE KERR.
BRYANT WASHBURN, WM. FAVERSHAM, "MAN
"THE SINS OF -Br. ANTHONY" WHO LOST HIMSELF"
Arcacjto." Pala
TROCADERO Lena' Daley nnd her
Knndy Kids open tonight nnd con
tinue nil next week in an up to tho
minute cxlrnvnganzn, vnrled with
classy burlesque Bpeclnltlos. Among
tho cast Jfi.nddltlon to tho demuro
Miss Daley, who now heads her own
company, having been promoted to
stardom, nre Dnnny Murphy (Holy
Moses), Billy Black, of the Golden
Gate, and Louise Davis. Mannger
Robert Deady Iibb returned from his
mention at Atlantic City full of
energy for the coming season.
Attractions in Advance
AUGUST 30
SIIURERT "Floradora." the Messrs.
Shuberts' revival of a musical com
edy classic of n former generation.
Among tho principals are Eleanor
Painter, Christie MncDonnld, Mnrgot
Kelly. George Hnssell nnd Robert
Pitkin, and tho "replnccments" for
tho cclebrnted sextet nro snld to match
their medeccssors In vocallsm and
abpect.
ADELPIII "The Girl In tho Limou
sine," an A H. Wood farce by the
author of "Up In Mabel's Room " The
complications ensue from the pre
dicament of a young mnn who iu
robbed of most of his clothes.
SEPTEMBER 6
WALNUT "Tho Pnsslon Flower," n
piny by the distinguished Spanish
writer. Jacinto Bcnevento. Nancn
O'Neill, tho talented emotional actiess.
continues in the main role, which she
played all last fceason In New York.
LITTLE THEATRE "Mrs. Jlmmlo
Thompson," described as u Hilarious
larco comeciy. t.asi seasons .iew
York Princess. Thcatro's success. Ono
week only.
LYRIC "Nlghtlo Night," a fnrce, snld
to bo constructed along novel lines of
plot. The cast Includes Francis
Byrne, Dorothy Mortimer, Malcolm
Douglns nnd Mario Chambers.
Uo,wcL,
Germantoim Are.
nt Venanro
Mnnrtnr. TuCS.. Wed.
NOAH IIEHKY In ,
JACK LONDON'S Fonioua Isovel
"SEA WOLF"
TJmrodaT. Frl.. Sat "THE FORTUNE
TELLER." with Marjorle Rambeau .
TUjcoh,
ID ST. nKLOW
MARKET
NOEL TRAVERS nnd IRENE
5
JIOUUI'AFI
Mon. AdoIplitiN & Co. '
Man & hnyiler
Hubert Carlton,
I'eilrn A Co.. nnd
J. WARREN KERniOAS In
"THE OHEEN FLAME"
DIG
TIMT3
ACTS
SCocuat8"u:
AND
LOOCBT STREETS
NEXT WEEK
NOAH RERRY In .
JACK LONDON'S Famous Novel
"SEA WOLF"
Added Attrnellon Oumn Cartoon
"ANDY'S WASH DAY"
"" IfcfvVArT 62D STREET
IVVOVV AT BANHOM
JiSSk JS'e'k"2,tAtm'fK TOURNEUR'S
TREASURE SLAND
t With Shirley Mason
Hall Room noTN. "UTtONO AOA1N"
If ATI I Fll I V innuftv .
FRIVOLOUS WIVES,
.Thursday, l,iny. Saturday
"What Becomes of the
Children"
C0WlQ&(tfny "ARRET STREET
below DOTH
.Monday. TujNduy We.Vi.diy Doul.le Rill
Shepherd of the Hills
HAROLD LLOYD. "IIIOH jl nrawn
FriUdaJr3,n,?.dn'll.n,f ".er """band"
I rlilay A Sat "lllrlrrx of tho Dawn"
CedaA,
60TII AND
CEDAR AVENUE
''"".day nnd Tuesday
fciaine llammersteln In
"Accidental Honeymoon"
Wednesday and Thursday
DOROTHY OISII In
"Rcmodelinp; n Husband"
Friday, Saturday .KOHERT WAItriCK
Irf "CITV OF MASKS"
JiPtriefajt Lancaster Ave, and 41st
etMMAl, Mnnrtnv. Tneday, Wed.
OEOROES CAHPENTIEK In
Wally Reid, "Sick-A-Bed"
Thursday, Frldav, Saturday
"Tllli WONDER MAN"
O f lVM tf Front & Olrnrd Ave.
yHVITWM) j,ondliy nnd Tuesdjy
J. OLIVER CIIRWOOD'H
Back to God's Country
"We4t CtiUUqhAKU
25th A Allegheny Ave. n t
Monday, Tueiiday, Wednesday
JOHN IIAIIRY.MOItlT In
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Thiiri-daT, l'rldur, Satunlay
SHEl'HldlD OF THE HILLS"
H J Uninil A Montgomerr. glla. 7 & li J I
WKi MADDERS A WAItp Present
KM Actual Movie Scenes Slud'e In rull ',
1 jl HILLY LAMOST TIUO
R ki Yokes A Don I Florence Tlmponl
R iti Vniithn Comfort & Jlmmle Jonen
K lUi C.HATIMF. CIIAPI.IN In I t
e 131 "a jy.T,. "y-t"1'B?irIlLJ
, AtrffUSTT, ,1920.
A Roof Revue
Revues are rapidly coming to the
fore In tho entertaining field. This Is
tiuo of tho one presented atop the Wnl
ton, In the Pierrot room, by Gorhnm s
entertainers. Tho muslo Is by Harold
Orlob ond Albert Von Tllzer.
Opening with a special greeting song.
"Hello, Everybody," the company of
twenty entertainers then present their
peparatc speclnltics, which cmbrnco a
military danco by Roso nnd Arthur Boy
Ian ; Jcnnlo Blossom nnd girls sing
popular Bongs; "Tho Waltz of Life" in
troduces Miss Taylor nnd Tnlbot Kenny.
A dance "La Tn Ta" Is dono by Miss
Lcsslo Nnzworthy.
Special Soloist at Colonial
During the past two weeks, tho Stanley
Co. has been presenting ns nn ndded
feature to tho regular programs nt the
Colonial Thcatro vocal soloists and so
popular hns tho Innovation become that
It is announced It will be continued this
week nnd thnt Jeanetto Kerr, a dimm
ing nnd vivacious Phlledelphla girl, will
be tho nrtlst,
Sho will nppenr In a series of cos
tumo Scotch nnd Irish character songs
nnd dances.
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ETROPOLITAN ZITe
3 SHOWS DAILY Mats. 2.30, 25c; Eves. 7 & 9, 25c & 50c
FINE ARTS PICTURES Present
UP IN
MARY'S ATTIC
with the original
CALIFORNIA
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BEAUTIES
IN PERSON
In un Informal ret lew commencing
SVIonday Evening
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CARL 1AEMMLE
lite iiSMisitiiaMiaeLpct:iCi mm
Mama, m mmw
Fli0tapkd oasiimisSbsi
,gilaM-vfeeiie
Children' only
toys ai'e
teiman. skulls
A thousand
bones blearthmd
on the beadh.,
a nttndi'ed
feasis attesi
VmcHWWpBSppV Vv
(w8rom
Natui'e demonsti'ales
Ine leiTiblc depliis fiom
wjiende -we cJame....
.VAN AND CORBETT JOIN
B." and "Gentleman Jim"
Keith Headllners
'Billy
The comblnntlon of Billy B. Van.
the eccentric comedlnn ami musical
comedv star, and James J. Cprbett, tor
meTh&vywelght champion of he world
and In recent yenrs prominent star On
stage ami screen, Wings 'to tho vatlde
vlfle stage two very Interesting chnr
nctcrs Van has nlwnys been nn ec
centric, funmnker, whllo Corbett, who
wns called "Gentleman Jim" of tho prize
ring, has played "dress" roles In many
P Tho two have recently Joined hands
as vaw.evftlo partners nnd will ninko
their first Joint nppenrnnco nt Keith a
next week In n travesty called, 'Tho
Eighteenth Amendment."
Corbett has been n unlquo flguro In the
sporting world over since he gnlned
fnmo ns tho conqueror of John L. Sulll
vnn. With Vnn as pnrtner, Corbett
Is winning headline honors ns a vnude
vlllo Btnr, and they nro said to have ono
of the hits of the new season.
0. Henry Role for Jack Plckford
Ono of the finest of O. Henry's short
stories, "Doublo-Dyod Deceiver," hns
been mnde Into a photoplny by Gold
wyn, with Jnck Plckford ns tho stnr. it
will bo eeen for tho first time In this
city nt the Arcadia week of August 16.
"Double-Dyed Deceive!" Is considered
a motion-picture "find" In thnt It sup
plies nn abundance of dramatic action
centering around a chnrncter Ideally
suited to tho age nnd pcrsonnllty of
Jack Plokford.
The principal. Rlnno Kid. Is n twenty-year-old
boy, who pets mixed up In a
gambling house fight, shoots nnother
youth of nbout his own age, eludes cap
turo and henceforth follows the path or
surprising ndventure.
Penn Reopens August 23
Mnnrr Georee W. Metzcl nnnounces
that the William Penn will reopen Mon
dav afternoon. August 23. During the
weeks this nopulnr vaudeville nnd fen
ture photoplay resort has bcon closed
mnnv Improvements have been made.
There will be a dally matlneo nnd two
evening porformnnces nnd tho policy of
the house will bo thnt which has mnde
It the favorito resort for many .West
Phlladolphlans high class vaudovlllo
nnd first presentations of Important
photoplays.
Tho vnudevlllo nets will be booked
through tho B. F. Keith vnudevlllo ngen
cy nnd tho cinema attrnctlona thiough
tho Stnnley Co.
Trocadero Opens Tonight. Ina Daley
, nnd Her Knndy Kldn
4 w- V'I'A
OPENS M
TONIGHT &'
AND ALL -f
! NEXT WEEK Rube
sZ3 BEAUTIES
W5pMpkI
iVpBT
VIA- '
F il
Don't Look for Joy in the Cellar When You
Can Find It Here.
Six Norr aeroplanes obtained throueh the courtesy of
Lt. Com. C. Gulbranson, will fly oter the city Monday nnd
Tuesday nnd distribute 100 passes. Wuteh for the Aeroplane.
Sailor Jim White, tho strong mnn of the Navy, now sta
tioned nt 1516 Arch St., will pull a heavy truck with Mary's
Attlo on It every evening at 7 and 0 o'clock In front of
the Metropolitan Opera House.
NH '. . ,-Vw.v, 'trr; -..r .- - -. " ,j i
fomeivs bodies
dip oashed and
Slashed, their
teauty to adorn
Babies' feces
look Ihkty
yeai'S old
STARTING NEXT
MONDAY
A:
Drtfcfion StanUy Company vfAmtnca
g
WSSt
HARKET BTEEET Ab. Uti
TODAY KATIIERINE MeeDONAtn
In "THE TURNINO roist" '"
One Wtek Only Commenclnr Monday
THOMAS
MEIGHAN
mill
li'a Lee and Kalhlyn Williamt
In Exclusive First
3r of
The Prince
Chap
A rARAMOONT Plelure of TFonderfnl
Appeal 'V;nEFmou. r,.y
A DE MILLE PRODUCTION
The i glamour of nrtlsU' stnitoa and
beniulfiil models The flsro of lite and
aointCT. The thrill of a wonderful
ove. The tender touch of a homelesj
unur
manro that creeps up close to your
1214 MARKET STREET
CHARLES RAY In
UO.MB3 HOME"
Next Week America'! ureatcst Actor
WM. FAVERSHAM
In l'lctnrlied Version f the Novel
THE MAN WHO
LOST HIMSELF
A Story Somewhat Different
AUO. 16th "A COMMON LEVEL"
CHESTNUT STREET Del. SIXTEENTH
Tcdnr "The World nnd Ilia Wlfo"
NEXT ELK nilST SHO WIN O
THE SINS OF
St ANTHONY
Adapted from Chnrles Collins'
Mainline Story
MARKET STREET ABOVE NINTn
TODAY "RELOW THE SURFACE' '
Next Week By Popular Demand"
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
Latest Fersonnlly Directed Picture
THE IDOL
DANCER
A Noteworthy Addi
tion to Griffith's Gal
lery of Films.
MARKET STREET AT JUNIPER
Viindevllli) 11 A. M. to 11 P. M.
NEXT WEEK
SLATKO'S
ROLLICKERS
JAZZY DITS OF TUNEFUL HITS
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
JACK ROOF & HIS
BREEZE GIRLS
OTnER ACTS WORTH WHILE
RROAD AND SNYDER AVENUE
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
A OATTIVATINO MUSICAL FARCE
SWEET SWEETIES
A Sugary Dunoh of Dainty .Girls
Flr$ South Pblln. Showing
Clara Kimball Young
'TOR THE SOUL OF RAFAEL" I
RILL CHANGED THURSDAY
MARKET STREET BELOW SOTO"
Blondny. Tuesday npjl Wednesday
A FEAST OF COMEDY AND BONO
Follies of Vaudeville
Replete with Melodious rrollo. 'lT"
clous Otrla and Novel Features
DILI, CIIANQED THURSDAY
aPlTOL
"it MARKET
HTRKET
fon..Tues,.Wed,
"n "Let's Be Fashionable"
RECsKiWT Kwefj
Flmt
"Tlie Family Honor"
Kliowlnt?
German town Atc
rtt.iian Am.
- v" !7- tr.
wvnnvw Mnn.. luriM
Clara Kimball Young
In "FOR THE SOUL OF RAFAEL
Added Mra. Phillips Jenkins Presents
JEANETTE KERR
In Character Hongs and D"jj.!
MARY MILES MINTER
In "JENNY DK GOOD"
noth Walnut
Mon.. Tuts,
and Wed.
Clara Kimball Young
In "FOR THE SOUL OF RAFAEL"
MONDAY.
TUESDAY,
STRUT THUTit WEDNESDAT
YiPJ'S "Dnnfrvoii to Men"
Added-SHACKELTON'S EXPEDITION
AUO 10th "DON liVEltTlAIHtY"
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