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ETCTraTNGF FTJBEIO iCEDGBR-PHIEADECPHitA:, WEDNESDAY, JANTTAST 28, 1022
J He Daily Mevie Magazine
HOLLYWOOD TO BE
MORE THAN EVER
U. S. FILM CENTER
FOR THE FILM FAWS SCRAPBOOK
rifc-t VAfw.' . frwwiM.- ri.'e.viu
By CONSTANCE PALMER
JOSEPH SGIinNCK, husbnnd of
Nerma Tnlmmlfie, nml producer of
net only her pleturfs, but tlstcr Con Cen Con
tiuiee'a nnd lirether-ln-law "neter
Ktaten's, bns stated that he will never
produce In New Yerk ngaln.
Conmepolltnn Pictures nrc loeWns for
ft place te leente out here, nnd nre In
tending te elete the uptown New Yerk
Ktildle at llTTth street nud Second avc
With the moving of the VltnRrnph
forces, which seems very likely, Holly
wood will be moo than ever the nro nre
riuclng center of the world for films.
Of course, the climate here H ideal.
There lire no held-ups climatically
speaking. The si.e. construction, loca
tion nH tivhnleiil facilltl of ytmllni
here make New Yerk stmliee leek l'ke
mUtakes. Pl-ase don't think I nm, In j
my UMial large manner, hurling Insults '
at New Yerk. The tiling that nrlnmrily
makes California the center of motion-1
plcture production is the ellmate. and
nobody can lie patted en the back for ,
ITcreV some mere brand-new news,
net off the griddle. Marshall Nellan Is
going te begin his new picture this week,
in all probability. The Mtle if "Feels!
Mrst," and It Is a Saturday Evening
Pest ptery. Marlen Fnlrfav i doing I
the crlut, which, naturally enough, ,
will be geed. Klchard Dlx. lovely ;
Olaire Windser nnd I'limtl ISIllincwa
ter. nre nnneunced a-s tlie nucleus of u j
typical Neilnn cart.
Wesley Barry is coins nn a pergenal
appearance tour with "Penrod," the'
recently eempVied picture. The busi
ness of the journey will lircin In Chicago
January 110, and from the-e they will.
probably go t-nst by slew niagps. de
pending upon the length of the iuns.
MA11CIA MANON has nn important
part in "the MninT!'Hr." new In
production at the United Studies. She
Is. of course, leaned br her husband -
manager. .T. 1.. Prethingham. Of "The ) victeria .: Address Wesley Hurry ! 'artistic films' nre net commercially
Mnsquerader. mere anon. j can, jirlin!l y9an, Jfo'hweod Hir ' rrnlitnbl. Whv? Are thev mere ex-
Marcuerite Oe La Motte, under tue , ,i u ,,i .. i- . i . -. ,...... . i.'....-i ti.. :. n.. nn,
jaree management, ii leaned te 1 heraa 0Dn ar.1K,nr3Iu.p tour). I!cu A;,.K. 1 1 pr(,,jnce ti,c , f,f mir two recent
Incc te be- the heroine In n product! in i an(, -.son Wlnnnn Hnnlevnrd. X.e I 'artistic nleiiires' Tumille' and the
Marie 0b'irne. enre Pathc i Cabinet of Dr. Cnlisari'? Don't yen
Cnmpnny, Jin AVest Ferfy-tifth street, j think you can ju't as easily educate a
New Yerk: Hebby ( rnnrllr. A Kns , "iiblie into an unlinnw ami logical end
fashioned kind and bamboo. Out nrta-'
cnt-day umbrellas were net in vogue at
that tlme. in iai7 tue stcei-ribbed
umbrella wn first patcnted. A few
people around me noticed that glaring
mistake. Whnt de you think about it?
This is .my first letter te you se plcase
tell me it you approve of it."
(Yeu bet I approve of it. I didn't
notlce the umbrella error; In fact, I'm
net an expert en umbrellas nud it never
even occurred te me thnt they wcre In
vented or patented. But I Bupnese they
were. Next time I sec tbe "Orphans"
I'll leek for It.)
CHALIAPIN IN WONDERFUL
PERFORMANCE OF "BORIS"
Russian Basse Qlves a Marvelous
Rendition of Moussergcky's Here
llerl lVeitnr Ctintlnptn
'rvortero ltM merula Deluiinela
Twonia ....u (irAcn Ati'iienv
J.,Ty".V.V.V.V.V..r..XnVAiu.iai the role of Urether Plmenn, and Mine.
dramatic demands of the situation. He
lms vocal color from the top te the
bottom of the register of the role, but
that color Is always regulated by the
drama of the moment. He deea nut ring
te show bis volee-ho slngti te present
the opera the highest form of operatic
As an actor he is, It possible, even
mere superb. Nothing Is overdone an
easy thing te de In the title rele of a
work Hke "Beris." After the tremen
dous sccne In the second net, Cballapln
appeared before the curtain, apparently
emotionally exhausted, as well he might
be, following the rendition which he
gave, and after seven or eight recalls
rcfut'Pd te appear again. There was no
unwillingness te acknowledge the ap
probation of the audience, but he was
evidently worn out by what was really
the dramatic clinmx of the epern. Tlie
role makes demands which ere the limit
of liumun endurance.
The ether principal parts were splen
didly performed. Mnrdencs showed th
wonderful voice and the magnificent
dramatic elements which he possesses 1
leas" exhibits medieval trance. The
music i Itusblnn throughout. It hnh
the genius of Moussergsky, 'refined
through the orchestration and gchernl
rovlslen of lllmsky-Korsnketf. En
tirely apart from the wonderful rendi
tion of Chalinpln, It was an Innovation
for which the opera-loving public 61
Philadelphia heartily appreciated.
Anether element of thla remarkable
work wns the enormous part assigned
te the chorus, which wan almost en a
par with that of the principals. The
nationalistic spirit lies largely In the
choral numbers which wcre many and
beautifully performed. Many of the
traditional moledlcs nre choral and
have found expression In ether tbnn
operatic form. The chorus In the at
tacks nnd the relenncs, ns well as In
balance nnd cniullfy, showed a master
hand in Its training.
TO DISCUSS DISARMING
Enellhman te Talk Before Forty
sixth Ward Wemen
"Limitation of Armament" will be
the topic at the meeting of the Forty
sixth Ward licague of Women Voters
te be held tonight In the Wharten
Mcthedlut Episcopal Churchi
Miss Amy Orynn, of the faculty of
the University of Londen, and Frederlek
J. Llbby, executive secretary of the
National Council for the Limitation of
Armament, will speak. The Iter. W.
13. P. Haas will preside.
Glrard Students te Qtve Play
The play "Stephen Glrnrd" will be
given tonight by members of thegrndu-
atine c ass or uirsm ceiiem. t-i.i.
be the last clnes function befJroe7f.il
midwinter commencement, which tiTT
school auditorium of tl nniii "'?
DICKENS CLUB TO 'ELECT
Fellowship Alse Will Present Otir
of 8utre'a Plays
The Dickens Fellowship will held id
annual meeting tonight at the Muli
Art Club. The enlv tush.es, te beci"
Bldcred is proposed" amendments te tb
by-laws nnd the olcctlen of officers.
The rest of the program will cenl.
of a one-act playr "A MarriigMu'
Been Arranged.', by Alfred Sutro.
the portrayal of Dlcken Wracks 83
members of tiie fellnw.1,rn cwrB b
members of tlie fellowship.
il'c icif be itfutl te puhlnh Hit yiiluiM of such sciccn players us art
suMcstcd lit the fans
THE MOVIE FAN'S LETTER-BOX
Br HF.vnY M. NKKLY
Ninth htrent. Broekl' n : Vicinin I.i
, Cerbln. 112t Cherokee siren. IIel-
voeil ; .Tnhn Henry, Jr. Cnet BilM. -X
I Suntet Be'ilevatd. Les Angeles; Mickey
Moere. lTJll Vine street. Hollywood;
Mary McAllister. X don't knew (te-r!1.IL.
Kdmisien. Isn't it?): Jnne mid Kath-
! erlne I.ee. rare of Kegers Film ("ui-
any. Hollywood Wliv the iuter.'st ir
a'.l these child plans'
in wnicn sue win ne iriuuri upon us a..-,,..
rrica". in1 tine ii"" i" j .ie uiiu'
erhoed of Hate." Twe ether members
of nn nll-stn" enst nre Frank Keeinin
nnd Lloyd liugl.is. the latfr one of tne
mett pleasing .tonus mm en the scre.!i. i
te my mind. New don't be sterting .
another argument, a la uur Valentine -Iteid
outburst. After nil, what did it I
Maurice Tourner l.a started the pro pre pro
ductlen of "l.erna Henn"." se long I
exneeted. I wi I v. sit lilm one day
4l,l,i ...neli. n.,.l ,ii!l T,rifn vmi ntlnt it
:"- "v-" -" "- " . . .
Itebert Ellis has been elzned up for Alfred Tenaglla: Address Buck .1ene
his thhd cunseeutive engagement at at 10."i4 Criibena Drlte. Hollywood, but
Universal. Thnt's doing verj well in veu mubtn't call him "Buck" nnv mere,
these parlous time", when there ure t'n j He has late'v adopted "Chnrles" us Iws
'geed nctera "resting" or "ut liberty" correct name and had himself properly
tp piny every part en the market. Flist j bapti7eil that way.
he was Marie BrereH's leading man in '
"The Dangerous Little Demen" (sidy ' 3rnvle i.s,n. ..r cal,.t teH reu Ho,ielf
title, den t .you i think ?) then , PrlseiliB Valentine's birth date btvautc Fve
5X?,n.8,,n y "t IIe,1P?'..al,a "Sain in Incver seen It in any of his biographies.
Tn.LaM,. I-.1-'0- ... 'I don't think the t-tnrs would like te
Wallace lcerj, oe. was imin ever ib... fnn. flpnil .,. ,,.., nhntnrnnhs.
W'll.l Tlnnfll." . I,A 1 c f - n , ...1 .-. ...... ...- -. -- . ' .-.--.
, 11U ..UlllJ
!ng or even an abrupt ending (as even
hfe it-elf Is at tin''-1. ns a frequent
! ipt'.v, stupid nnd mIiv illogical ending,
simplv bccnuFe we think we nil like te
see the here nnd heroine In each ethers'
arms 'art nnusenm nd Infinitum.' "
I (Yen oughtn't te talk thnt wny about
niv Illustrious eenfrc-cs you renlly
te the la&t-named
DANGER IS NOT
tint en earth would they de with em.
They'd get thetiKands. But tln-j de line
te her.r from admirers. Lilliuu (il-'h i
twe,iry-i.i. jenrs old and Dorethy two
Luis Genrglana Luis Mentngna,
known te fai:s as "Bull"' Mentana is
neither Irish nor FngltHh. lie is very
much Italian and speaks with qi'ite an
accent. Yes. Wheeler Cikniun was
with Pris. ilia Denn in "Outside the
Law." The leading man in "(Je and
Get It" was Pat O'Mnlley. "B.ill"
Mentana played the ape. Bodelf
Valentine has no relatives living in thin
DANCER In motion-picture making
Is net confined te rinl thrillers.
as the members of the enst nnd ptnft"
of Cecil B. De Mllle's tpeda!. "Satur
day Night," can te-tlfy.
Lentrice .Tey nnd Jack Mower risked
their lives In a series of automobile in
cidents bezlnninz with a dansereus kld
and culminating In n celll-Um between jest Idea who wa3 in the wrong in
b speeding eWtrte tra-n nnd n stalled! Valentine-Acker divorce cabe. I'm
automobile en n high treutle, where the
actors hung mspended.
Later nil four princlpaU figured in
a tenement house tire In which Cenrad
Nagel nnrrewly cseaperl Fcrieus injury
Franres IJuilen T bnven't the sllcht-
clined te think there were fnults nn both
Fides, but the main point was that tliey
were totally incompatible nnd couldn't
get alone together. Yes; the testimony
hewed thnt they separnted the day eftr
and possible death when he dashed. the pdditig. but each claimed it was the
inreugh a mass of flnmes that com
pletely ruined his clothing and severely
Pau' Irlbe. art dl-ect r. frn-tnred
aeveral of the s-moll biuies In the feet
and ankle while superintending produc
tion work en location.
Wesley Barry Fan
Wins Beauty Contest;
New in "Penrod" Cast
SOME eight months nge Wesley
Barry, the freckle -f need movie hern.
receiver a letter from Ity.1 Kener. of ,Taplcy was with
-.tniiHuit, jit.. n-juiTiiiig UII BMLU-
Tedny Mirk Keener npnenrs In Wes
ley's Mippevting ensf in "Penrod," new
nelng produced by Marshall N'cilnn, nnd
la well en the read te meTie stardom.
It's a long trip fran Bettendorf te
Hollywood, but a huceeiien of event
In the life of Miss Krener in less thnn
a year haa brought about the renlia.i renlia.i
tien of her great ambition, namely te
appear In picture nnd in particular
te work In the fame picture with Wes
Miss Keener was a dramatic- nit stu
dent when she wrote thnt firrt letter
te Wesley, asking for his phntsrph. A
correspondence between the cler young
actor and the ambitious ineiie aspirant
toen disclosed the girl's great desire te
become n mevie actress. Like mauy
ether girls In small towns, Ml Keener
realized the grent distance between
home life at Bettendorf nnd n movie
career In Hollywood, but sbe was de
termined te "get there."
When a big Chicago newspaper an
nounced a national beauty contect,
friends of Miss Keener urged her te
send in her photograph. In competi
tion with hundreds of ether girls In the
State of Iown, Misn Keener win. to te
lectetl the meBt beautiful girl in her
Htata. In n letter te Wesley, the girl
wrote the news and mentioned the fact
that with her 1000 prize sh and her
mother were coming te Hollywood te
nee If she could break Inte motion
A visit te the Nellan studio brought
about n personal meeting between
"Freckles" nnd his admirer, which was
followed by en introduction of ttie girl
te the producer, who en hearing her
story made a motion -picture tett of
tier. The results, both from the stand
point of beauty nnd histrionic nosslblll nesslblll
tlsa gained through her dramatic train
ing at 'school, were meht gratifying and
hew Ms Keener Is appearing In "Pen "Pen
red" under Mr. Neitan's direction, with
N , . r .....
i Franklin Institute Lecture Postponed
'-neunccd- that the, lecture scheduled te
ether's tault. Later they tried livins
together agnin bevernl times, yenie of
the pictures Miss Acker has been M-eti
lin nre: "The Bound Up," "Brewster's
I Milllnnii " vVi.iittli " "The A (Tnl re .f
Anntel," "f'hecker-v," "The Arabian
Knight." "See My Lawyer." "The
M. W., Trenten Yeu don't mind if
I don't publish your letter, de you? I've
called off the Valentine-Reid contro
versy. But yen can get home comfort
in the knowledge tint 00 per cent of
the fnni think as you de about Itudy.
K.itherine L. II. ?. Itee Elirnbcth
Biesranh for seven
years nnd with Kdisen for two years. It
isn't possible te give a llt of the bun- j
drcd of rhert subje.cts hhc uppeuicd in.
but her later nnd mero Important work
included "Le'Jn." "Hlrd Help." "Kn
tanglcment," "Heme Coming." "Fire
ninn's Dream," "The .Storm." "Tati," '
"Oh. Bey!" "Determination." What'
i en earth ever gave you tl e idea I nra n
l"fcmnle"? If I am. I can nsuie veu
I I'm net 11 bit like ether glils. Net j i
C. I). I'm willing te bet that you'll
change jour mind about Valentine being
lust "an neter of the da.v." .Seme dnv i
'lie will i-ettle down and control that
eternal braile. nnd I think yuu'll find
j him umung the big btars of the n;cii.
He has the talent If he doesn't let the
present adulation tpeil him, I am hope
ful that he will de great things.
"Admlnr" Well, jeu nnd your bis
ter stum t ayree, nnywny. But ou
can't drag in into that fuss nguin. 1
have trouble enough.
They are traditions institu
tiens you knew what I menu In Phll Phll
ndelphln. I'm just nn Impudent Inter
leper rushing bianenly into print with
n let of half-baked inipp pslens nnd no
knowledge of nnything. Ask an of
'em ; they'll admit 1 nm. But it's mighty
kind of jeu te mv Mich nice thinits.
And I'm particularly glad that we often
dlsag-ee. If I ngrced with everybody,
there'll be no evcurc te keep me In my
eh. Mnybe there isn't much, anyway.
Se let's keep en disagreeing nnd when
veu catch me in n particularly glaring
bit of nlleej , write In nnd rnkc me
fore and aft. I'm Irish, and I love
a tight. It icn't the cost of "nrtietic"
pictures thnt makes them commercially
unprofitable. It' slmnlv that tlie nub.
11 stays awav from them in such lurgc
number!! ns te make it nlmett un-ini- i
meus. Lnsv te educate the pub'.ie? ,
MJeNhamlghty '. Yeu jiibt ertter try it,
E. S.: Milten Sills is still acting for
the screen. He hns jut been cast te
play npmisitp Demthy Dnlten wh-'ii 'ie
does "The Cat Thnt Walked Alei.e."
Meantime he hns been working In the
nil -star cast of "One Clear Call" nt
the Leuis B. Mayer btudle with CInite
Windser, Henry B. Wnlthnll, .leceph
Hewling, Irene Rich. Nick Cogley,
Shim.ien Day nnd ethers. Seme cast
Allan It. Grant. 10.12 North Bedficld
street, writes: "Just n few lines te tell
jeu that I think you're about as far
ns any one can be. It isn't nn ens
tnrk te plensc every one te I nm glnd
veu dropped the Rcld nud Valentine
fuss, ns there nre n great mauy ethers
I wue arc just as well liucd.
"I ntteud en an nverngc ten movies a
I week nnd see all the best ones, nnd I
ingice with jeu about the ten best pic
tures of the jenr. I t-nw nil of them,
1 nnd I am bure there wcre no better enen.
"New nbeut tlie new picture by D.
( W. O, at the Ferrest, namely, 'Or
phans nt the Storm.' In the ocene
where Lillian Glsb, as Henricttn, and
her Mster Louise are leaving the old
I lioine te go te Perls, Misa Henrlettn is
! carrying a twentieth century umbrella,
lone with the new white t ps.
t New hew did this grent error ever
: esenpe D. W G.? Umbrellas were car-
ncd by ethers, but they were the old-
Dlmltrl Itiifaele Dlnj
Marina Margarete Mntsenausr
Varlnam 1'aole Ananlun
Mlsanll IMotre Audlile
Th Innkerper Mtle Mnttfrlil
The Slmsilrten a'erdmm I'altrlnlcrl
A I'ollce Oftlcl-il Leuis d'Ange.u
Terrnlakevirky Vbieente nesehllRllan
A Court Offlrinl Olardnne l'altrinlert
Conductor Ctennare l'ajil,
Seldom hns nny epcrnttc flnr neered
the vocal nnd drnmntic success In Phil
adelphia which Fcoder Chnllnpln made
last evening at the Academy of Music
in Moussergaky's unliue "Beris Godu Gedu Godu
neff." It wns one of the most brilliant
performances which the Metropolitan
Opera Company hns ever given in this
city, net 'only In the superb work of the
principal, but nlse in the fact that
the rendition of the secondary pnrts (If
such they may be termed with Mntze
nnucr nnd Mardones In the cat) were
but a Khndr below that of even tbe
great IuuMnn bnss.
"Beris" is essentially n ene-pnrt
opera or. rather, music drama. That
is, the title role commands most of the
essential vocal nnd dramatic elements
of the work, but frequently one of the
subsidiary parts will make the most
extreme demands in voice and action
upon the singer enst for it. That thepe
demands were fully met In Inst eve
ning's perfermnncc Is n high tribute te
Chalinpln most be ennstdc-ed In two
wnys in this remarknble opera vocally
and dramatically. In ench he reached"
ene of the high points in Philadelphia
eperatie history. His veice Is the cs
seneq of quality, combined with refine
ment nnd polish.. There is nbundnnt
force when the situation renulrci nnd.
en (lie ether hnnd. there Is.n pianissimo '
which no tenor or baritone new en the
eperntlc stnge can equal, nnd thla,
v, Itheut Ie. of warmth or vn'ume. The
part of Beris lies nlmest entirely within
tlie middle register nnd tliere wns lt
t'n opportunity for the grent singer te
show bis rnnge: indeed, se far ns tliif
gees, the rele might lie sung by nlmebt
nny baritone with u few geed low notes
but net In the manner in which Chnl
inpin sang It Inst evening. The ea
Fence of his vocal art lies in the mar mar
veleous refinement of tennl production
nnd the graduation of voiume te the
Mntzenauer wns mero thnn capable, ns
sue always is in tne comparatively small
part of Marina. Diaz was vocally nud
dramatically fair as Dlmltrl, although
mere tone In the rele would have been
acceptable ngnlnst the generally heavy
orchestration which accompanies the
part. Annuian hnd nn excellent role,
which he filled te perfection, especially
In the tavern scene, showing his ver
satility in being able te perform both
comedy and seriousness with equal
The epern, if It may be cnllcd ench,
Is eplcedic rather than connected, pre
senting phases of Russian life, both
noble and peasant in n thoroughly na
tionalistic spirit. It shown the elemen
tary essence of Russia in very much the
name way that "Loulne" shows the
spirit of Parisian llfe, that "Boheme"
dcplcta the Mentmnrtrc or that "Pel-
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STANLEY Company of America, which is a guarantee of
early showing of the finest productions. Ask for the theatre
in your locality obtaining pictures through the Stanley Com
pany of America.
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A DOT T C D & tiiompeon ui.
In "Tim filinAT IMITJISOSATIOS"
ARCADIA 1Q A M t.. II 13 I' M.
brncm. tast in victeii hcge-s
A CTD VIUNKLIN & HIIXAllD AVE.
AD 1 JK MATINEK DAILY
HPKCIAI. CAH'V In
"A MAN'S HOME"
MAHCI. .It'MISNNK Ht'OrT III
"Don't Neglect Your Wife"
JiL.Ut.DllU (.ontlnueuii a until 11
WAIXAt'K HKII) I.I.OR1A BWASSON in
"Don't Tell Everything"
BROADWAY nre"a-Vv 5 pit.
722 MAIUCUT NT
10 A. M te II 15 I".
I'AUI.IM: bTAKKK In
CfW OMIAI Gt" Maploweoil Ave.
LVJ1VJIN1M1- sae, 7 and U I'. M.
In "A l'llINCn TIIKUK WAS"
fllh t: Olrara Avn.
WALIVCK IlKII) t OIXIIIIA bWANbON In
"Don't Tell Everything"
RA.TIJ W THKATTIB Belew Bnnjes
301H Ol. MATINBK DAILY
In "MNKTKKN AJO I'HYllS"
GREAT NORTHERN WW. E.'
In "ONK A1IAIIIAN MOIIT"
1MPPRIAI O0T11 WALNUT HTS.
llVlrC'rV1-' Mala S SOi lH-ga. 7 4 0
BVl'CIAI, CAST In
"A MAN'S HOME"
KARI TOIL CHESTNUT Almve linOAD
rvMriLilUllhally ll;15A M. te JI:1B I'. M
BETTY COMPSON i
In "THE IJVW AND THE WOMAK"
Lehigh Palace TYv
WHITMAN urnvmrw I '
"Tha Truth About Husbandi"
LIBFRTY DnOAD A COLUMBIA AV.
rriri MATINEB DAILY
In "LADIKS JIlbT I.IVK"
ORIENT WoeJana M- at c:a s
"WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME"
In "IJSHHONs IN LOVK"
PALACF 15w MAr.KLTSTnEKT
VU'VV-'- 10 A. SI. te 11:10 P. SL
1L.V.IL.IN 1 u A M l() u v M
In "TirKUlJ AltK NO VILIINB"
RIAI TO URMANTOWN AVEKUU
'"" l - AT TLLPLIIOCKBN ST.
..WU.C1M' CAS'r I"
SHERWOOD ",h k Ualtlraere A
,n"T"5 l4AST fAHD"
STANI FY NAIKKT A-rTeTH
1Al-ML.CI ,, A ,, ,n u.ie p. Ji
li'TJTB LANK THAT HAD NO TCHNINO"
"THE FOUR HORSEMEN
333 MARfCFT stukbt tt'iisateS
III "TIIK MIDNIOIIT IIIU.I."
VICTORIA A""'7 ,x i f.?
In "A VIIiniN VAHADIBIV'
GRANT 0i;, G,lrftr1 Av- M. Te,i'y
vjl-in 1 vnlln un.l nrnn ltecltnl
In "IIUIIN 'KM UP IIAKNLS"
BELMONT 62D ABOVB HAWCET
JITLDRKD llAimiS In
"Tlie Weman in Hia Heuse"
CEDAR C0T11 CBOAIt AVENUB
In "LAVICNDER AND OLD ICE''
COLISEUM Mrt:et 1M. 63th t 0A
vvyjjacuiVl ,,.,0 en,, 3l T ,, r M.
In "CHITTED 1IE.VKT8"
FTIONT HT. A nmnn aVX.
Jumbo June, en Krankferd "V
ALIfJTAK OAST In
"PRISONERS OF LOVE"
LEADFR 4I3T LANCASTER
-.i-u-ilsii 1 :30 te B i 7 te 11
111 "THE VOX"
LOCIJST .C2D AtJD LOCUST BTREItTS
uvjvjei M,tll lm , Etei n.joteii
ZANK OKRY'S J'OMTJIIFUI. BTOHV
"THE MYSTERIOUS RIDER"
NIXON2D AND "j6?8
. RICHARD TALMADGE
In "TAKING CHANCES"
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RIVOI I 02D ANI HANSOM SI
fiOTM T ThrMrc Opp L Tcrmlnll
ul" rJ A . na(j,( 2;flO 7 and 0
Sl'KCIAL CST In
STRAND e" AeTfn"fi!
In "A I'ltlNCE TnCRU WAS"
AT OTHER THEATRES. MEMBERS OF M. P. T. O. A.
In "OODLEHS .1IEX"
PARK niDQE Avn. t. i'vJ!
HOB ART BOSWORTH
A.mKnnr1nr Baltimore Av. at BOth
.imoassaeor duv i iKite4-anA7tnur7u.
"The Flower of the North"
Germantown n'iTlV "
In "IHJND itBABTS"
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