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It Is her first film appearance nnder her own man. agement, nndjt must be said that Mie has gained, rather than lest, by Uie chnagc in her business arrangements. Few photoplays have shown mere care ful production, mere elaborate or richer ReltliiKs, mere impresslve photography or mere' skillful directing than this one. Kb story is a Might enough thing, very much along the usual Mad Murray line, but It holds interest and, with the de pendable Monte Blue rft leading man, leaves (lie feminine portion of the audi ence at least with a very satisfied) even enthusiastic, after Impression'. MIps Murray, of course, plays a dnncer. And It is equally Imp6rtant that she should be a French dancer; other wise her lrrespresslble mannerisms, her Hltrugs and her grimaces, her pucker and her pout would hnve no excuse what ever. They have llttle enough as it is. nut without them she would net be Mae Murray. Monte Blue, in the story, is the younger member of n big firm In n Mid Mid dle western town in the United 8tatcs. He gees te France te get a 'Govern ment contract which will keep the works from shuttlns down and the town from ruin. Ue meets the dnncer. falls in love, of course, marries her and brings her home ah the whnle town turns out te serenade him nn his trlumnhnnt return. And. of course, the extreme style of the Paris favorite, her notoriety nnd her continental manners scandalize the town, and they nreiferced te leave. And, In New Yerk, the young man forges his uncle's nnme te get money te give her beautiful clothes. He Is arrested and there nre complications that separate thm, but. nil ends well. The photoplay is full of gorgeous gowns, fine color photography, and the usual film misrepresentation of cafe nnd theatrical life. The bill contains nn attractive nov elty Jn short feature form, called "Smiles." It is simply n few humor-, eus" anecdotes Illustrated by real actors but it Iswell done and proves a welcome innovation as a laugh getter. And there Ih nnether of these fascinating Illus trated tongs, In which the organist plays the music ns the words ere Mashed en the screen two lines at a time. This Is one of the best features of the present Hcnsen. The meet hardened old misan thrope finds himself singing the song before It is ended. i Arcadia "Her Own Meney," an an ntlier ene of these pictures built around the half comic, half-tragic adventures of n young mnrrlcd couple, gives Lthcl Clayten nn excellent opportunity te dis play net only her histrionic ability, but her charming personality. In this particular picture- the usual screen order of things Is reversed and we find nn extravagant husband and an nlmest tee-economical wife. Mark Swan wrote the play from which the picture Is adapted, nnd he worked out the solu tion sanely and cntcrtnlnlngly. Besides Miss Clayten there la some excellent work done by Wnrncr Baxter, recently recruited from the stage, and by Clnrnnce Burten, thnt dependable 'lipnvr .' who Is seen, for n change, in n light comedy role.' Mno Busch Is an ether wne uecs wen. Palace Fannie Hurst is the author of ".Tnst Around the Cerner," which Is a kind of second cousin te "Humor "Humer i"nue " There is plenty of human in terest, just about the right nmeunt of snb mntcrial and n sprinkling of laughs. If It is nil pretty blunt and lacking In subtlety, it is. en the ether hand, senrcely ever dull. "Just Around the Cerner" concerns the fortunes nnd misfortunes of a New Yerk family which includes n sad -faced mother, n flapper nnd n most delightful voting scamp of about seventeen. BlgrlU lieimiiuisi " uHiaviiic no me dapper, Lewis Sargent is splendid as the brother. Margaret bedden Is ap pealing ns the mother. One of the best nieces of acting In the plcture is con tributed by Edward Phillips ns the veung "lounge lizard" who courts the "flapper." Phillips is a Philadclphlan nnd a University of Pennsylvania boy, whose work in this comparatively small part haB brought him stardom In a scries of comedies. Regent "TiHic," in which Mary Miles Minter has the leading rele, is geed, average photoplay material. It is only unusual in thnt never once dur ing the cntire five reels docs the young featured player have a chance te den finery and "dell up." It is the story of a young girl brought up in a strict community, under the domlnance of a cruel nnd grasping father, whose only glimpse of the out side world Is provided by a young and handseme stranger. Neah Beery dees a remarknble piece of work as the father. It is ene of the best pieces of acting of the year. The rest of the cast, Including Miss Minter, Is just about adequate. NA'ZIMOVA FEATURED IN "DOLL'S HOUSE" Russian Star in Ibsen Drama Is Attraction at the Aldine Aldlue While the photoplay people have generally left the works of Ibsen Ssovcrely alone, they have twice taken "A JJeU's .Heuse" for screen presen tation. In the prewnt version in which Alia Knzlmevn is stnrred, there Is none of the weird and frenkibh "new art" which made "Cumllle" se prcpostereub 11 feature. In fact there In hardly n f.et that might be called elaborate, even the masquerade frilling Inte the cate gory of the simple nnd unassuming. I ween the unpretentious walls of Hel-n incr'H home, a home just rich enough nnd just plain enough te suggest the flrcumstnnrcH which Ibsen called for. Probably never bffore hnvc the pro ducers of n picture relied se entirely en 1 he story of that picture te carry it through. The director has "shot" his scenes with little variety of, position or nngle; nil he seemed te insist en was te get the faces of the principles as they carried through the thought-provoking teencs of the picture. Despite the many possibilities of the camera and the scenes of beauty which net only embellish, but save many a photo drama, this 'dignified adherence te the plot, without frills or furbelows, Is something that should receive the film funs vote of thanks. "A Pell's Heuso" is eue film that Is frca from padding in action, but there is little or no extraneous matter hml the star rushe taitu climax tuit w&&j&iW',a n ' 11 ikiiMatilaWiliafcalalilftMiiriliatilfi 1 V Shows That Reitbin OARRIGK "Welcome Stranger," last week of Aaren Heffman com edy, with aerg). Sidney featured In the role of Isadora Solemon. SUVBBRT "Greenwich Vlllaga rol rel llen," last week of third annual edition of revue, with east headed by.Ted Lewis and Iran Franklin.. BROAD "The White-Headed Bey," last week of charming comedy by Lennex Robinson, presented by th Irish Players of the Abbey Theatre, Dublin. ADBLPHt ."Deg Left,' by and and with William Hedge. The atery of a city chap who unex pectedly acquires a deg farm. FORREST "Orphans of the Storm." spectacular Griffith film feature. , ' with Monte Blue na Danton, and the dish etsters. LYRIC 'Ladles' Night," Turkish bath farce, by Charlton Andrews ana Avery nep weed, with IOng and Jehn Arthur- Allyn Uicme could net be screened without resorting te subtitling In wholesale leta. Seldom has a film had se many words Unshed upon the screen; they come, one after another, seme long, some short, some with words in capital let ters, some with phrases italicised. It may be admitted tbit many of them, fince they nre the originals of the play, are .se far above tin average film hokum thnt , they deserve a vote of thanks, but the fact remains; that a story that can only be told en the screen by the generous aid of titling is net an ideal screen vehicle. The structure of Ibsen's story has net been tampered with at all. That Is another merit. The "little lark," Nera, is still the dell-wife of Ilelmer, who awakes, at the end, te his selfishness and egotism nnd gees out Inte, the storm, shawl ever shoulders, saying that she wilt only return If the "mlracle of mir acles happens'." That no happy ending was trumped up is a blessing beyenu price. , Of Naslmeva it Is hard te write. That this Russian artiste, who lived nnd brenthed a fascinating "Nera" en the stage, could have lest all her former potency seems impossible, but it la true. Her actions throughout the first three quarters of the film were nlmest ludi crous In their style. Her "squirrel -like" frolicking was little less than idiotic, her kittenish postures were im possible. In the final moments she rose With mere dignity, but still tee many meuthlngs, te her part. Her support wns always subordi nated, hut Alan Hale managed te rise above that subordination as Hclutcr. The viewer could only sigh as he re membered Elslo Fergusen's fine nnd dignified screen version. "MAIN STREET" HERE IN ITS STAGE FORMJ Dramatization of Popular Nevel Gives Faithful Picture of At mosphere of Gopher Prairie Walnut Readers of Sinclair Lewis' popular novel, "Main Street," will find in the dramatization the faithful transference of the atmosphere et Gopher Prnlrlc te the stage rather than an attempt te crowd all of the Inci dents of the ptery into play form. It is, after all, net a "theatrical" plot. Conflict of temperament is there, but the growth of the conflict is se gradual and we without dependence upon any "big" incidents that the dramatic form' seems te drag badly at times for an audience accustomed te the swift-moving- action of the modern play. Apd the effort te depict faithfully the nar row mental processes of the small town folk drags with incessant and tiring by-play, such as the endless gng about the "warm day." There is only, ene really dramatic sit uation In the stage version. That is at the end of the second act, when Dr. Kennicott nnd his wife have had d tear ful scene ever her nccusatien that there is no spirit of heroism or self-sacrifice In Gopher Prairie, and then cornea the telephone call telling him that his enemy, ainerc, nas nau an nrm crushed fourteen mlfes away, with a storm raging nnd the reads washed nway and every chance of death in an effort te get te the sufferer. McKay Merris, as the doctor, does a very tine bit of quiet acting there. He makes no attempt at' heroics; he Is simply the average doctor, confronted with an emergency and, without the slightest thought of the danger he faces, setting te work te get te the patient merely as a part of his job. In fact, Mor Mer ris acting all the way through the play Is its outstanding feature. His methods are natural in the extreme; he seldom gives any Impression of acting, but is always just the small town doctor, tern between his half-understood worship of his veung city wife's higher ideals and his loyal friendship for the small-town folk who have been his associates sjnee childhood. It is Merris work, rather than the construction of the lines nnd situations, that swings mere sympathy te the doctor than is felt by readers 'of the book. Alma Tell is a lovely Carel, fighting the hopeless fight te instill into Gopher Prairie eeme of her own Ideals and her own dreams and arousing only antag onism, misunderstanding nnd cruel gos sip. She is best in her quieter moments and docs net seem quite nble te put across the mere tense dramatic scenes. Xerval Keedwell Is an excellent Krik, the young dreamer who is the only one of the townsfolk who rises te Carel's Ideals. There is an unusually geed bit of character work done by Julia Me diatien as Aiaua uyer. tee etner mem bers of the cast who depict the narrow Gopher Pralrie-ltes are usually ade quate. OLD FAVORITES IN STOCK "Ten Nights In a Barroom" Given by Orpheum Playera In Qermantewn Orpheum The movies are proving the best kind of press agents for the local stock companies. As seen as a big film version et a standard play re vives Interest, It is put en in its orig inal form, and the public is given an opportunity te see both versions. "Ten Nights in a Barroom" is one of this scries for thia season. It served te draw an unusually large heuse last night, and the Orpheum playera gave an excellent Interpretation of the old "classic." Dwight A. Meade Is Jee Morgan, the "drunk" ; May Ger ald is his wife, and Mellie Fisher Is the daughter, who sings "Father, Dear Father, Come Heme With SIe New." Ruth Ronlnsen plays the saloonkeeper's daughter, and Bernard J. McOwen is her father. Other roles are well taken by Gertrude Ritchie, Harry Wligus nnd Jehn Lett.. A male quartet is a feature et the show. MARION 8HOW PLEA8E3 f1aafnAT)llVA Arai!A' aw mammmw rMntlntr "Thfl Tnnr! nf TmnnufMa ' W.W.V ..v " WVTM 1UUIUUUJ. imn presentinit -xne iana of impossible.' is this wrck'H pleasing attraction. With caut licnded by Emll (Jazz) Casper, this amuslne performance in two iti and feurteeu scenes has eeractbing for verylwdy'f tutaa: . Will ,n. Ward ! art aeeaitric i cei4Im who tU Ieta qt Utifhf tadithaiiijayaMlM egit it cap- tfflW!MiraraKHi' ', "w. aBHaJw!r'v"t ,, " .jaIt . j. i.f ui mmzm i.,M' Wiiaiiial aHftatllMlit ffl il i 1 MANY AND VARIED VAUDEVILLE BILLS De Lyle Aid a Headliner at Kelth, While Mabel Witbee Features Shubert Program Kelth'a De Lyld Aids, late prima denna of the Zleifeld Follies, in "Sadie is te the vaudeville what Sally is te the legitimate," "d A Herman, the assas sin of grief nnd remorse, nre the head liners in a well-balanced bill this week. Miss Aldn'n pleasing voice Is heard te ceed ndvanUce. Associated with her nre Edward Tierney nnd James Don Den nelly. Pretty f Iris dressed in a variety of striking gowns give the production "color" net unlike that found in the Follies. Al Herman holds the stage from the minute be appears until the curtain. He keeps his audience In nn nprear. Jamea Deyle and Evelyn Cavanaugh appear in n musical comedy called The Lebby." Graceful dancing la the big fcature in this net. BessTe Browning offers n repertoire of Her own songs with Charles Bates at the piano. Pnt and Julee Levole nre wire-walking special ists. Franklin nnd Charles, assisted by Zelln Geedman, are ncifebats. Seme of their feats arc mnrked by continued ap plause. . . . Leen Vnvara offers a number of piano selections that please. A. musical come ceme dletta called "Marry Me" tenures Guy Veyer. In this the Elwcll sisters nru introduced. A clever supporting cast makes this, the closing number en the bill, a fitting climax te an evening of rnre entertainment. Chestnut Street Opera rteuse There Is such an embarrassment of riches this week that it is difficult te say Just who heads the bill among four or five nets of the first water. . .. , , Perhaps the palm gees te Mabel Withce and company, whose four-net musical playlet. "Selly, Irene nnd Mary," was elaborately nteged and greeted with abundant applause. The beautiful Mabel. formerly with Al .Tol .Tel son, is ably assisted by Kddie Dewllng, erstwhile Follies comedian, who also appears later en in his own act of songs and stories. . , On the ether hand, Brendcl nnd Bert, in "Funnylsms a la Swede." went se well that they stepped the show; while Gcergie Price, eelf-cenfcssed "Arabian young mnn," was also applauded te the echo, giving seme very geed imitations of famous imitators. Then there is Ernestine Myers with a well-balanced collection of dances, ably performed by herself nnd several clever assistants. With these five num bers "you pays your money nnd you takes your choice. Equllli Brethers performed some diffi cult balancing feats, and Frank Jereme, "The Variety, Vender," proved his ver satility in song nnd dance, sprinkled with acrobatics. There was an Ingenious monkey show conducted by Mine. Ever est, and a very geed comedy juggler net by "General" Ed Lavinc. Glebe There's plenty, of action in the way et geed comedy in the show. .Tosle Roency, sister of the famous Pat, heads the bill in an artistic dancing con ceit called "Cafe Honeymoon." It is excellently staged and wen deserved ap plause. Jack Reef and Company, a Philadelphia aggregation, scored in "Over the Berder," a lively tabloid, punctuated with comedy. Others en the bill arc Armstrong nnd Tyson, In a comedy skit; Jehn Jess and Company, in nn Irish skit ; Roberts and Bigford, King nnd Pay ten. Broadway These weird but enter taining melodies from the Orient nre much in evidence in the tabloid, "Pearls of Pekin," which was presented by a very capable cast. It was well received. Basil and Allen wen laughs in "The Raw. Recruit," a timely skit, nnd ethers Included Bnrry McCollum nnd Company in a sketch, nnd Walsh and Edwards. "The Conquering Power" is the film at traction. Allegheny An exceptionally Beed bill marks ''anniversary week." with Jee Termini and Company, ns the featured nttractien. This Is one nf tlm tmef string musical organizations in vaude ville, nnd wns received with emphatic upprevui. xne cemcay nit was scored by Wilkins nnd Wilklns in :t lively und unique dancing offering. Henrietta de Serns presented a statuary net while Riano rsorthlane and Ward scored in a riotous comedy act. Agnes Ayrcs, In "The Lane That Had Ne Turning," is the photoplay attraction. u Crew Key; Mabel Taliaferro, who has delighted screen and 6tagc audi ences in the past, was given a great welcome when she nppcared In a dra matic playlet in four scenes entitled "Rese of Italy." It was written for her by Kenneth ebb, with music bv Rey Webb. Anether pretentious- net was Scabury's Dance Frolics, with Harry Rey, May Finley. May Swift Dorethy Mcrrlthcn. Leonera Pitts nnd Richard Conn at the piano. Other ex cellent offerings were Joe Reed, better known as "The Spanish Toreador" Ward and Irwin, In a mirthful nnd melodious skirt: Clara Deuinn .i "&',? 'ele!K" . VRs. i iwiu mnaiui tjl-um, WHlcn UCIIChtcd of bill Thursday. b Keystone "Real Dreams," an amus inc satire en the metiri. hr,,i.i ,: week's bill. "Tuneful Tenes," with Newheff and Thclps, wns n musical treat. A clever net well received n-n "Psyche Jim," given by James Brad bury, Sr and company, with Jehn McKenna and Adelaide Wilsen. Other S , 1 uurae-7s were aiaxine nnd xjuuu, in iiuvi-iiy ; eutiy ami Ken in n nevciiy; sully and Ken In a comedy skit, "Sheet Me," VhA SSri,a1' ."White Kagle" ine Ituth Iteland, and the Pnthc ueuj, il and the featuring HCWB. Nixon's Grand Grace Huff and com pany made a hit with their playlet en titled ''The Trimmer," which was well applauded. Laura and Billy Drcycr presented a pleasing dancing number called the "I020 Dance Review, rim.,. May nnd Ornne had a geed KlmrincJ aruw alfv ni- n.M Will T.. " .'TVA. . b4 Iiynn, in "aickien nnd Taps," gave n clever combination of comedy songs nnd u,u' ,."ulKV,K'. B nui" comedian, waa well received en were the Mc Donald trio, who did ntunts en bicycles. M&s.5?,l?..drw much laughter In her Jkltu Q1, the Boulevard." Arthur and Leah ReJI presented a geed vcntrilequial act. There was also n photo drama, Irene Castle in "Convict 003" ; a Ches ter comedy, "railing for Fanny," and Tathe news, with topics of the day and Aesop's Fables. . ,Aony?ley, la 1'earl and company in "A Fantastic Surprise" were well received. Angel and Fuller, followed by Combe. and Nevlns, were applauded l!!U..?)n?,Jnn(J da.nce "umbers. Jean White did some clever dancing, and the Four Casting Campbells presented a geed "crobatie act. Neal Hart in the photoplay 'Rangeland' concluded the bill, which will be changed next Tburs day. ray'f Knleherbecker The photoplay spectacle 'The Queen of Kheba" fen turea the bill this week. There are aim the resular'ilz acta et vnnrieriitn ...i.ii. kaBraftlaBelnf eUj O'Brien nnd Buck. OLEJi2ZB& OT?'.-c: 5. WfSS?. r,w.""'j i ?r"4 ' 1' .'xaaian'.-aaaBrMUta.aUki-, uku.vi Am Wt Photoplays Elsewhere STANTON "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," Dlasce Ibanez etery, directed by Bex Ingram. RARI.TOIT "Saturday Night," Cecil B. De Mine's society drama. Alse "HmllM," novelty. VICTORIA "Ten Nights In a Bar room," stage melodrama, with Jehn Lwell .. .. CAPITOL "ncnt Free," Wallace Reed comedy. COLONIAL "The Letus Eater," with Jehn Barrymore, QRJSAT NORTHERN ."The Won derful Thing." comedy drama, with Nerma Talmadge. ALHAMBRA "Over the Wire," with Alice Lake MARKET HTREET "The Idle nich." with Bert Lytcll. IMPERIAlr "Salvation Nell," with Pauline Stnrlc. LOCUST "The Conquering Power," with Allce Terry nnd Iludeipli Valentine RIVOLt -"The Rider et the King Leg." Helmuti Day story of the great Northland. BELMONT "Nineteen and rhyllls," with Charles Kay. CEDAR "Dr. Jim," with Frank Maye. COLISEUM "Silent Years," with Hose DIene. LEADER "The Call of the North," with Jack Helt. STRAND "A Man's Heme," with Harry T. Merey. SIXTY.NINTH STREET "The Lane .Thnt Had Ne Turning," with Agnes Ayres. nctte Dare, with seme new songs; Ches ter's manikins, with n miniature stnge performance, nnd GCrald Grifiln, billed as "Ireland's Own Sen," with n col lection of new songs of Ireland. TRAVESTIE8 AT DUMONT'S Dtunnnt's The amusing burlesque, "Twe Orphans of the Storm," is held ever for a final week. The company favorites are nil given opportunities in this travesty te display their fun mnklng nbllity. Anether laughing skit is thnt presented by Jlennlc Fruiiklin, called "Fads nnd Follies of Mether (5ne;c." 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