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f K" MOVIEGRAMS OF THE WEEK "Te the Ladies" Is Week Film Slogan Gleria at Stanley AMHSICAL comedy nnd n fnlry story were the Incubnters for two , nPXt woeU'b film debute, nnd n third En n nlet tlmt lias come tlie ngr-s, hand In hnnd ith Drama and Fiction. It"" nil typically "het weather" wrtcn fare and won't talfc any creat rti-tlnv of j?rny matter, but the photo pheto phote nlny fatii will probably be witMed be wiusc In four of the ftve new pictures te bt shown there will be n popular "etnrette" te shake her curly locks or eDcn wide her appealing eyes. r W B WHIin going te say something about the "thrce graces, but there nappen te no tour Glittering of them, nnd, nny- Cetcns (or way, wme of thu Gleria Again would preb ably object, claim ing that net a one of them was named Grace at all. Anyway, the four (.tars ire Gleria Swanson, May McAvoy, Katherine MacDennld and Deris May. Gleria she of the multitudinous gowns and startling hair-dressing will be wen at the Stanley Thcatre in "The Glided Cage," which doesn't sound ut all familiar, but which, as n mntter of fact, Is none ether than "Leve Dreams," the Ill-fated Morosce musi cal comedy which opened the season bere last year. It's nil about a French actress who performs all kinds of sac rifices for an Invalid sister, even going te far as te give up the man she loves. There are two heroes, nn uncle nnd nephew, nnd the "comedy relief" is provided by nn American press agent, who insists upon the actress having a dark and dismal past. A lady named Anne Nichols wrote the story, which has probably undergone seme most un usual changes In the process of srrecn adaptation. Harrison Ferd and David Powell play the male leads, Walter Hlera the press ngent nnd Anne Corn wall the sister. May she of the one great part nnd foew forever eearciilng through e Ferrcsts of Film Banality for another Grlzel will be the attraction at the Aldlne in a "heart-Interest" picture entitled "The Tep of New Yerk." Here again is an invalid who must be taken care of, but In this case it happens te be a crippled brother for whom the heroine slaves nnd struggles until she Anally finds the Inevitable "Prince Charming" nnd the uual re gultant happiness. Wnl.er McGrall is the here, and the settings arc of the familiar New Yerk tenement variety, with much of the action transpiring en a reef. Katharine she of the much-dls-cussed nnd statucque beauty will take her turn ut thnt screen trusty, the Cin derella role, In "The IScnutlful Liar," which will be the Karlton fea.ure. "The Iienutiful Liar" concerns it hum ble stenographer (can imjbedy Imag ine Kathcilnc as thnt?) who, because of her ability te wear clothes well land that's something nobody can deny te Miss MncDenald!) Is prevailed upon by ,he manager of n summer re tort te assume the role of a musical comedy star at n society benefit. All of ulileh bounds as If stunning gowns and "-100" lawn fetes play n big part In "The Hcautlful Liar,'' which, there- jere, migiit te intcrcs. the Mapper fans. And, finally, we have Deris May who used te bear Douglas MacLean cemi aii) In some mighty line comedies as unr in "The Understudy," the Ar cadia fe-mirc. Tills Is light comedy with n back-stage setting and a hero ine who plujs the par. of a chorus girls maid (mjuihU peculiar!) in order te win a footlight job. Wallace Mac Donald (who happens te be May's husband!) is the here. 'TIIE only break in the solid phalanx e feminity will be found at the Ilcicnt in "The Stroke of Mid- Siccden Sends U. S. a Film night," a rather rcmarkahle pro duction hailing from tjiccden and starring V i e t e r inTin la ni0?Ji ., ft I n tht. eeastrem, ft'enci Harrymere of the Continent. "The Stteke of Midnight," which it en adaptation of Dr. Sclma Laget teff's much-discussed novel, concerns the re re feneratien of David Helm, a stubborn veyranf, who at first refuses all offers 0 help but is finally reformed by a remarkable vision which he has in a delirium following a brawl. The vision concerns the legendary Death Cart, the anvcref tchich, for each succeeding fWr, u the person who dies at mid night ei .Yew Year's Eva though some teed 0f violence. Helm, in his de lirium, sees the Death Cart driver tome for him, and ichvn hv awakens retains te his family, a chastened man. Other film fiatuics next week will include: "The Fast Mail," that Jim Candy Lincoln J. Carter melodrama at the I tcteria for a second week; "One Clear Call," at the Palace; "The Oafety Curtain," at the Capital; "bonny," at the Colenial: "Man Vn- ri . 1; -" uum. a iinu v mngucrable" and "Is Matrimony a juiiuic, at the Locust, and Leading Citizen." at the Silt and Our e JT USED te be that "films were films," nnd whether it was bum per, winter, fall or spring mattered net a Jet te the kind of movies the ftlcklcodeen Aieuud the Cerner was wowing. That s all past history new, nnd nims have their summer 'blowing up" J8 well as the stage, though net te !j iMrac degree us yet. And se, nftcr l het-weather period In which few jwecn pictures of much Impert wern newn here, we have with us this week an announcement by Julci Mnstbaum, nead of th Stanley Cempuny, In which je lists some of the big attractions of m c,ml"K fall season. Incidentally, KM is far mere Interesting, and mere encouraging, tee, than the recent r current lilm offerings. I HE reason of the "big fellows" really begins with Laber Day Just ,, ns the legitimate n ally and easen does, but Rudy Coming Hie Stanley Theatre te Stanleu announces nn In- " foresting attraction . ler the week of August 2S-"Nlce People," taken from !in no,n,Ular stage pluy, which probably S"l v hit us this winter, tee. Wallace ,' ',s,,rnrlhlne ni It may heem) plays " ui uiiiy Nude, the young man ,"?. ni benified by the "goings en" .,i S iaz s,!t "round him. and Con Cen nil u151'1 (tMs ls wjunlly surprising I P'T" Hcetty Wilbur, one of tlie lead S5S flnsk-teters. Bebe Daniels is fldy." the heroine. ri. enNirdny night, September 2, hi! i 2a,!Ml Snn'l." the Belasce-Ibanc. S,",'","11!1".' s'0'. will Htnrt a two .m .i Rtay nt t,,p Stanley, with an ex H f " tl,'at Police protection Mill be Vi..i ,0 'if,,,P tl'e hordes ..f Rei'-lph icnt no fans m order. Bodelph plays m ,0t of (!nle (is it possible te twinii n eiCftt Hffercnce tlian be k. h hl,n nnd Skinner). Lila Lee will ee the wife, and Nltn Naldl, tlie "bit hi J'nmllir?;" Incidentally, tlie book " been adhered te, ending nnd nil. .hrW001!?1 nt tl10 Stnnley Theatre "J The fllmt, lln..l l l. ... ffiy by Paul Dickey 'and Charles JWdnrd, with AVnllace Reld playing ! BMri". " "rner reie; "Uurntng I Med)," a new follower f la the trdU el 1. 11. Warner rnla "Hurnlni WwWwMWt i "The Sheik." with Wanda Hawley and Milten Sills nnd a Collfernia desert feature; "Te Have and te Held," that most popular Mary Johnsten novel of tlie enrlv Virj;lnin Colony, retilmed with Betty Cmpsen und Hert Lytell in the leads this time; Theodete Kosloff as Lord Carnal, V. J. Fergusen ns Spar row nnd Raymond Ilntten ns King James; "Ihe Man Who Saw Tomor row," n Seuth Sea island story by 1'crley Peer Sheehan, with Themas Melghan; "Clarence," the bubbling Beeth Tnrklngten comedy, with Wallace Rcld, Kathlyn Williams, May McAvoy, Acnes Ayres nnd Theodere Roberts; "The Impossible Mrs. Bcliew," with Gleria Swanson, nnd "Outcast," which marks Elsie Fergusen's return te the screen in her old stage hit. BUT the Stnnley hasn't a mortgage en nil the big coming attractions. The Stanten will open (also en Scp .... . -,.. tembcr 2) with "Mente Crista" "Mente Crl te," the te Visit second of the great Stanten Dumas romances te Ilnd its way te thu screen within a year. Jack Giltert will play the title role, nnd the cast includes Rebert McKim, Spottlsweod Aiken, Es tcllu Tayler, William V. Meng and Vir ginia Fnire. The Stunten will also show Cecil B. De Mille's latest, "Manslaugh ter," with Themas Mclghnn; "The Leves of Pharaoh," the great Lubitsch feature, with Emll Jnnnlngs; "The Old Homestead," in which Theodere Hebcrts again achieves stardom; "Xere," the latest film spectacle, made by an Ameri can company in Reme, nnd "The Yeung fRnjah," which in novel form was "Ames JUUU, tcaturing noueipu ai ai cntine. The Knrlten will screen "The Bended Weman," with Betty Comp Cemp son; "The Storm" (for two weeks), beginning September 11; "The Mas queradcr" (for two weeks), starting September 2e; "The Cowboy and the Lady" Clyde Fitch's piny; "Ebb Tide," the Stevenson Seuth Sea story, and the Peter B. ICyne btery, "The Pride of Pnlemnr." The Airline will exhibit "The Valley of Silent Man," a James Oliver Cur Cur weed nrn, September 4, and will fol fel low thnt, en September 11, with an extended run of "The Prisoner of Zcndn," Rex Ingram's latest prize. The Palace Is nnneunccd te have n bully-sea arnv "On the High Seas," the first screen story by Edwnrd Shel Shol den, author of "Remanco" and "The Bobs," The Arcadia will have a Cyn thia Stockley btery. "Pink Ueds," with Bebe Daniels nnd Raymond Hot Het Hot ten and James Klrkwoed, and "The Siren Call," with Dorethy Dalten, and the Victeria will contiuue te run nielo niele dramas. An Interesting booking is "The Fnce in the Fek." with Lionel Barrymore nnd Leuis Welhclm (he of "Tlie Hairy Ape") nt the Capitel. The list of pictures te be bhewn seen nHe Includes Rex Bench's "The Brand"; "His Back Against the Wall," with Rnvmend nntten In n most unusual pait; "Seuth of Suva," "Her .Mad Bargain" and "Abeve the Law." ALL film fans ought te be able te find the kind of entertainment thru like in that list which we certainly hope will seen be expanded by the bonking of Xerma Talmadge in "The Eternal Flame," Siitcr Constance in "East Is West." Teurncur's "Lerna Doeno" and "The Christian"; Jehn Harrymera in "Sherlock Helmes," Glenn Hunter in "The Cuidle Duster" and Clara- Kimball Yeung in "Enter Madame." Guide te Photoplays for the Week te Come New Photoplays STANLEY "The Gilded Cape," by Ann Nichols, seen here In musical form as "I.eva Drenms" Inst year; Gleria Swatnen featured ns actress, nsslnnd by Harrlfen Ferd, David Pcnvcll, Wal ter Hiers nnd Anne Cornwall, ALDIKE "Tep of New Yerk," heart Interest story of n little salesgirl, who ' supports her Invalid brother ; way Mc-1 Avey la featured and Waltir McGrall Ih the leading mi.n. KARLTOX "The Beautiful Liar," story of a stenographer who Impersonates a musicul cemtuy queen nt a society benelit an1 startu a romance ; Knth erlnn MacDenuld Is the featured plnjer ARCADIA "Thi Underetudy," story of a girl who hscaine maid te 4 musical comedy chorus lrl In order te get en the stage. Ders May is featured. REOEST "The Streke of Midnight," Swedish production, made from novel by I)r, Sclma Laiierlcf, with Victer ScaHtrem as adapter, director and star. Previously Reviewed PALACE -una uuar ubh,- nery th Seuth of today, itn Henry ft I'AIiACE "One Clear Call," story Ti w Wfti'ij' x-SW Harriet ifhrikWmT j' EVEirtNia PUBLIC r 5ESSUE. HAYAKAWA rp-K, Vjr:m531ieJ,iN Pencil" Nixon's ambassadek Walthall, Milten Sills and Claire Windser ; Ku Klux Klan nctlen shown. VICTORIA "The Fast Mail," second week for Lincoln J. Carter melodrama, with Charles (Buck) .Tenes ns dash Ins here. Every thrill In the calen dar. CAPITOL "The Safety Curtain," re vival cf Nerma Talmadpe success, with Gladden James and Anders Ran Ran eolph supporting star. COl.OSIAL Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. "Our Leadlnc Citizen," Oeorge Ade story, with Themas Melghan; Thursday, Friday and Sat urday, "Senny," with Dick TJarthel mess. IMPERIAL "Senny," adaptation of Gcerge V. Hobart drama, with Rich ard Uarthelmcss In a dual role and Paulina Garen as the heielne. AIJIAMDRA Monday, Tuesday and ,Tf..,....1... (1..... 1 nn.llnn PUU..!, ' with Themas Melvrhan ; Thursday. Fil- day and Satin day, "Without Fear, with Pearl White. GREAT XORlltERX Monday, Tues day and Wednesday, "Weman He Marrl.vl," with Anita Stewart; Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, "Senny," with Richard IJarthelmesi. MARKET STREET Monday, Tuc-day and Wednesday. "Our LeadlnK Citi zen," with Themas Mclghnn ; Thurs day, Friday and Saturdny. "The Fight ing Streak," with Tem MIX LOCUST Monday, Tuesday r.nd Wed nesday, "Man Unconquerable," with Jack Helt; Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday. "Is Matrimony a Failure?' with Tully Marshall. EELMOXT "The Crimson Challenge." ffiStut7tct&rv"w si! 15 AIJ, NEXT WEEK THOMAS MEIGHAN In OEOROK ADE'S STORY Our Leading Citizen 69fh St. TKEAT8E WWUBB nun TTMIMlVAT. UONUAY. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY JACK HOLT "The Man Unconquerable" THURSDAY. FRIDAY i. SATl IIDAY Bebe Daniels, "A Game Chicken" .Mfitlllren NIXON'S KirnlncH 1)30 & 3:00 7 A e r. u. QycAAAm nTII AND 1IAI.TIMOKK AVE. MONDAY. TUESDAY A WKWMHDAY crcciIC HAYAKAWA THE VERMILION PENCIL! Tlll'UfUlAY. FRIDAY & SATURDAY BEYOND THE RAINBOW With TliU drent Cntl H.rrr MereT Pe.e Cnhln Cfone F.cett niUrDeT. FdimwdDrfenMinuerll Courtet Ur, "Un """I"1"ll1"1' J,", TlCvcev StD Ilrl, MARKET ST. Fvrnln!, 10 5-ALL-STAR VOD-VIL ACTS-! JACK HOLT "The Man Unconquerable" T,M IT-r.VV, I-RIDAY f - TI II" J V "Is Matrimony a Failure?" tilth WAI.TKR HIEUS. 1,11. I.EE. W,W buy 1IAKNKK. 10IS WILSON TSetiiveTtt 6 id St, i'Ii. Murkrl llSO, S (Jl30te 11 All Nntt Week Dorethy Dalten "The Crimson Challenge" tdddiA tint A Lancaster v. 8 .HO te 4:30. 7 te 11 Monday & Turadnr Raymond Hitchcock, "The Beauty Shep" wr.i). "ur.i'ORTKii aiisjiiNU" u TIIL'IISDW. riilD.W i. SATUUDAY DIIKOTIIY DAI.TOM In JK, 'Hum in Who Hulked Alene" lj fgAIvLI-QURCI Suerlel Summer Encnifment UAltllLN .I'll.lt ifltiMUa .Itrnti ic t,ty SUNDAY, ADD. 20 AT S P. M. Veyufar l'rjevH Ml. CO te SS.OO Seat ut .Qcrden Pier Theatre. Call earlr te TOld dlieinelntmmt. Phene Till. STARS OF STAGE AND SILVERSHEET' Hi' mMMWP L ISm Western yarn, with Dorethy Dalten iSsSSm:? ?Sfc -&5Sws2aH In rela of woman who "sets her w 'jeav'T. mm$ JAW WKTO'SESKEmwnsraiK LEBER - PHfliADEtPHIA, SATUBDAY, Western yarn, with In role of woman man." AMBASSADOR Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. "The Vermillion Pencil," with Sessua Hayakawa ; Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday, "Be yond the Rainbow," Cabanna produc tion. 8TRAXD "Our Leading Citizen." Geerge Ade effmedy-drnma, with Themns Melchan, Theodora Roberts and Leis Wluen. SIXTY-XIXTII STREET Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. "Man Un conquerable," with Jack Helt; Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, "A Gama Chicken," with Bebe Daniels. LEADER - Monday and Tuesday. "The Beauty Shep," with Raymond Hitch cock; Wednesday, "Reported Missing," with Owen Meera; Thursday, Friday and Saturda, "The Weman Who Walked Alene," with Dorethy Dal Dal eon. CEDAR Monday and Tuesday, "A Millionaire for a, Day," with Guy Emiiey; Wednesday and Thursday, "Bey Crazy." with Deris May : Friday and Saturday. . ' h . . i . ...i !." - xne .Man vt no .a ried His Own Maye. Wife," with Frank COLISEUM Monday and Tuesday, "The Crimson Challenec." with Der ethy Dalten ; Wednesday, "Lonesemo Corners" ; Thursday and i rlday, "Tlie Isle of Zerda';: Saturday, "Wild Heney." with Prlscllla Dean. Vaudeville Houses Open Sept. 4 Geerge W. Mctzel, manager of the William Pcnn Theatre, announces that the illlain Penn will reopen for the f-enten en Laber Day. September 4, with its usual policy in force. The nre- grnm will comprise vaudeville booked thieugh the Stanley Company. That company also announces the opening of its Broadway, Allegheny nnd Cress Keys vaudeville houses en tne same (Inte. 0CraiP RIF1MED INTERrAINMfMT' 020 OIF' Envicr, cir.K;n. t ANNOUNCEMENT! HELD OVER NEXT WEEK CYCLONIC EVA TANGUAY America'e Greatest Eccentric Comedienne AND HER BAND The Ever-Popular Vaudeville Headliner in Her Brand New Collection of Songs and Stories WOODSIDE Something Doing All the Time All Children Should Be en Hand for the TOY HUNT Wednesday, August 30th Valuable Toys Distributed FREE Come Early and Get a Coupon DURBANO'S CONCERT BAND Ercele Durbane, Conductor Florence Bernard, Seprano Fireworks Every Friday Evening DI I fll 8th & Rice Mat. Daily UluVU PIIILA.'S FAVOniTE nunisK tiieatkd TONIGHT AND AIX, NEXT WEEK THIS LOVE PIRATES A Slll'TUOl'H TION, FULL OP .. ritenuc- NOVBL IDKAS WRDNKSDAY IIOX1NO milY flll'RH. "IT'S UP TO YOU, Ml K" WILLOW GROVE PARK 'ion AY S O U S A Concert nt gi80. 4-an. 7M.1 nnd 0I5 ICna JfUjt at 1)16. Parade at B:tte. Muele by laUrlM BaaaV-irem PhUade&hla Kavr Yard - Theatrical Billboard for the Coming Week Vaudeville n. F. KEITH'S The MelBterslnKrs, male singing organization of Uoten, will present "At the Club," which will Includn ballads, quartet ana cn cn semble numbers: also, Elizabeth Hrlce, musical comedy slnglnc and danclna star, In "A Quiet Evening at ieme," wnn l,co Clinten at me piano ; Den Welch, character comedian, In "Pals," with Frank P. Murphy ; "Heart of a Clown," playlet, with Harriet Ilempel and company; Oeorge Meran nnd Charles Mack, blackface comedians ; Ethel MacDoneugh, satire, "My Lady's Busy Day" ; Morten Jewell nnd company, "Different Things," songs, dancen and patter; Jehn Beyle and Virginia Bennett, unusual danc ing number, and the llellls Due, aerial thrills. OLODE Jessie Blair Sterling and her ' Glasgow Maids will be next week'B hcadllncrs In "Echoes of Bonnle Scot land" ; also, Hiram, presented by Fred Ardath, In a laicc, "On the Farm"; Ben Marks and Delly Wilsen, in cdm edy Bklt; Jimmy Glldea and Jee Smith, comedy and songs; Three Je,nnettes, acrobatic novelty ; Bill Dlx, singing muMclan: Edna Dreen. "vaudevllle seance," and Jehn and Ella Burke, novelty. XlXOtf Monday, Tuesday nnd Wed nesday, Frank Werk and company. In "Three o'clock In the Morning," will be headllners ; also, Eddle Cus nadv, novelty ; Frldkln and Bheda, athletic thrills; Merey, Senna and A PHILADELPHIA CHESTNUT STREET NEXT WEEK MID - ANNUAL VAUDEVILLE TOUR THE MEISTERSINGERS THE SUPERB SOLOISTS in "AT THE CLUB" ETHEL MacDONOUGH In "MILADY'S BUSY DAY" SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS HARRIET REMPElMRM'ltiACK "THE HEART OF A CLOWN" BOYLE & BENNETT "SCRAMHLKD I.nOH" AESOP'S FA11LES TATIIE Extra Added Attraction! AND BEN WELCH I TIIE FAMOUS HEBREW COMEDIAN 2 Shows Dally. 2 & 8 P M. Prices. Mat. 11. BO. Tax Included. Seati en Sale One MaaaHMBMHMiHiaiMiiiMMiiHVHwiMiiiaHHVwwavwaHHnaHMvM" The Theatrical Season Starts at the Lyric Theatre. Monday Mat. (Laber Day). Sept. 4th. With the Most Unusual Play Ever Produced "The Hairy Ape," Eugene O'Neill's Super-Play, With Leuis Welheim and the Unaltered, Original New Yerk Cast and Production Endorsed by the Brains and Brawn of America Arthur Hobsen Quinn,, Dean College Department, University of Pennsylvania said: "It puts into a few telling scenes the struggle of unguided physical force against modern social and economic laws and it is the first play te dramatize the problems of unrest that must beselved if the Republic is te be preserved" The unrest and inspiring motive of "The Hairy Ape" becomes the most thrilling series of incidents, situations and convincingly human narrative of the world's greatest problem the evil of misunderstanding between people who must live together, work together, joy and suffer together in ether words, mere of the human touch that makes the whole world kin. The story is big with meaning and it is a sober part of your concern as well as mine -doing right and being kind is its motive power, and no writer of our time is se ably qualified te treat a subject of such biting and compelling human interest as Eugene O'Neill. Mail orders will be filled in order received when accompanied by check covering cost plus tax and self addressed stamped envelope. Regular box office sale opens 9 A. M., Thursday, August 31st. Prices Nights, including Saturday Night and Saturday and Holiday Matinee, $2.50 te 50c. Popular Matinee Wednesday Prices 50c te $2.00. H0TE: OTHER ATTRACTIONS UNDER ARTHUR HOPKINS' DIRECTION BOOKED TO APPEAR IN THIS CITY THIS SEASON. ARE ETHEL BARRYMORE JOHN BARRYMORE LIONEL BARRYMORE PAULINE LORD IN "ANNA CHRISTIE" "THE OLD SOAK" WITH HARRY BERESF0RD GENEVIEVE T0BIN IN A NEW PLAY AND OTHERS NOW IN PREPARATION twjSkSJL JNI O QTHc WALNUT MATINFF nLusra ' BEGINNING AND ALL NEXT WEEK JANES ummu WITH FRANK AND ALL-STAR SUPPORTING v .H AUGUST 10, 1922 a1?tS:Ab-S ture Is "Hate," witn auce """ fhnnce el bll mi Thurfday with "Oay and Devllsh," starring uen May, aa film feature. IVAATO.V nOOV Second week for Eva Tanguay, eccentric and cyclonic come dienne, with new batch of senKB, In cluding hits of ycterdny',"',ulv:her favorites of today, accompanied by her ,and. each member of which plnya an instrumental sole. Mlsu Tftnguay a new and elaberate set of gowns. Hurlcsqut OABINO "Big . Jnmberee," James E. Coopers nig DuricRiiuu ,-"""i .."v... company of nine Principals and eight- . pn chorus ulrls. Frank J1Hn , 1 ' ?emed lan.ULs1stei by Charley Ward! JrilJ. a.(.e nrimn denna: GlaajBi 8toekten7 reubrette. and Virginia Ware, leading woman. Opens te ....?,,,' ..u- t,v Pirates." Harry "StreW- latent production, with com- , pany heaaea ey umy ";t'it "white country. Harry Van, Mabel wnii" S?d Pauline Harer. Chorus of eighteen. BIJeu Opens Tonight niinn Theatre opens for the The "''."" rr"-..' nnne tn night. The opening attraction Js Harry I 2iR"r,en't itt production, "The Leve , . irii nn nnrn iiii iiiiuiiiu. Pirate1"." The cempanv is a strenx one ami Includes Bllir Kcl l?r. ChrlM Country. Harry Van, Jack Alten, Mnbel White, i'nullne Hnrer and Deris Bran- den. The chorus is eemixisuu ui c."k ccn girls who can rcany sing dance. and INSTITUTION. DELOW 12TII bTBEET SUMMER JUBILEE MORTON-JEWELL CO. In "DHTBRENT THINOS" TWO BLACK CROW3 BELLIS DUO W ATS Ol' DAltlVQ NETH I TOPICS OF THE DAY Extra Added Attraction! ELIZABETH BB2CE In "A QUIET EVENING AT HOME" I flOc & B5u. Hexei. Week In Advance. fSc Nlfhtu 30" te Phene Filbert 3395 TONIGHT E. COOPER PRESENTS THE HUNTER CAST AND BEAUTY CHORUS TWO WEEKS ONLY wmymv Vita. i v i .j (HniRFcrreN Stanley r y. ;, J 11 A. M. TO 11:1.1 P. 1L NINTEENTII AND 6AM x&f Ti ffmm El 1 V2 lmShffl?fl?L HftL jSxTi '5Pnl V Mf V43LSt 1 L.-V. ifjfi tfHr wSmm A David Powell, Harrison Ferd and Walter Hiers in Cast Musical Feature Geerge Richardson, Baritone AUGUST 2S DE MILLE'H PRODUCTION "NICE PEOPLE" WITH WALLACE REID AND HEHE DANIELU STAirfON! REOPENS SEPT. 2d ?RIST0 AT 11 A. M. IIA.M tpllPM AtWi$l hfl llrsn KM hXSfcU EXSm f'M Bs& Bdj i Wym tggga WEEK COM1IENCINQ MONDAY TK3T 55???J5 ", JM&X& 2k "WW W 1 TOE TP jlw A picture that's All hfnrtl Ths me!t de lightful drama this star has ever had a d-ama that has Its nnswer In tha hearts of all of us. Powerfully produced by a master director. 6 TsiL4l4r O'ei'KJra u AaW BROAD & CHESTNUT At 10 A M . 12. 2. 4 0. 8. 10 P M Nb.f HEEK FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION v She wns a prima denna and a strnes-v i raphcr- hr fell In love with the primnA aeniia niiu mi.ucicu uku ug uau r"u"A I .1 .1 .-... .. I tk.t v. I. I pesra te me aieneKr.ipuer v 9 A. M. te 11:15 P.M. VICT un'tiNNiT, ndat sel nd vn A ml"3ram, unb'ushlr.i and unaphatntd RRr h-i-r frill' m. beat exp uten d'.ifn'w r'e l"y 'nr In train nn.l en hf! l!f and dftith utruKsln In ilie water flehtu nr re"-ui by th human rhitn -aps into the fire net dHinrai rhan e and deeds of daring Al'Ol ST ARCADBA blMTn.N'TH AND CIinSTNUT ' M T 11 " V M ;ei.k nneiNNiNO menday DORIS MAY IN A I II.M THAI I L 1 Ri.sTI.D WIP1I IAUI118 M C III I'KI fS "The Understudy" CAPITOL ,. 6TH A MARKKT 0 A M te II 1.1 1' M NermaTalmadge& EugeneO'Brien in "THE SAFETY CURTAIN" ALHAMBRA, KWi THOMAS MEIGHAN "OUR LEADING CITIZEN" I A I - a .A tS A 1 I MTU J A A 1-QA one BEAUTOTlllCALL O A w. h 4 WITH : AU rwrvwwwn Hit cvj ffm Mil a t i'u- t i A :fll JfcW-JT KVM AKJ M ft. t M ,b n bwudW HUlb u gyiipjej li h u'.erJune, ' EtMBm tfW r iyM qimpany of americaTQ IS , . --w' w M - -$ ALWATS PERFECTLY VENTILATED MARKET Week Only, Commencing Monday A Paramount Picture GLORIA iWAHSON WOOD PI20DUCT10N HER GiLDED CAGE Frem the Play hr ANN MCHOLS Can you imagine Glorious Gleria as the dancing sensation of Paris with ever a score of daring, dazzling costumes. 18TH AND SIARKET WILLIAM FOX creents "MONTE A Mlrhty Avalanchs or Dramatic Action I9lh cevi CHESMLff riP.ST PRESENTATION A Paramount e)i S PALACE ? 12TH AND MARKET 10 A M. TO 11.13 P. U. NEXT WEEK TIIE JOHN M. STAHL PRODUCTION i MILTON SILLS CLAIRE WINDSOR f HENRY B. WALTHALL X JOSEPH D0WLING and IRENE RICH V' oeoj NINTH and MARKET ru W ILl I.M r . 1 R JUNCTION Tt-" trrn'i"t thriller th ncrffn hi" r km un Th m hn,ivv r i mi lut il la "ire n trlnn of T Kiln J I'arter h fatuous old if, mpln'ir.iin taa heen pre- i nunc rrltlcn lacklnb'. neth- Tt N action. wt'nn, action frrMn thn me mnt the en ' euu' Dixie 1 mi Steeple cHe bexln urt 1 thn Unt m. n fllckere from the Mircen I AW" LOBE JIMl I'R AND MARKET crivT.vrni's li TO n POPULAR VAUDEVILLE AT POPULAR PRICES M NT WKKIC ADINDANCE el-' MERRIMENT AN ARKS AMI mm wilsen Til' N. I II. Itnt-Otrf lV -!... -T. c. n m hc viV AuiAifiiJ? HI'I'.i IAI, ADDUd" ATTRACTION Glasgow Maids KCUOKH OF IIONNIU swiMnu r TI.U 5- I AM THI (G nm m i 't?.,. v 'i' V Jiii , Vffi "V , i I 1 n L- l at & :.