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. " . ' ' m 'I "-v-i'-- W " fWAyTOWVf'WA I s' '" T,Yi-r'i r-- ---!. w- , ' " " M r A " til ," . l r f ' : . .!.mntr aWtmT7Utn?.'b OS 1Q2S -LI, ' ' EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, batuai, pjxxx, . ,.-- STARS APPEARING ON LOCAL SCREENS NEXT WEEK fTJ)IRECTIOK STANLEY COMPANY OF AMKRICAfcl MOVIEGRAMS OF THE WEEK (- T.TW5. ' . fShcrkck Helmes! With Jehn Barrymore, at Stanley, "illasquerader" at Karlton tT'S been mere thn a year new tinee 1 Jehn Barrymore- left the state for a Une rest and we resiornweu i a nun- tercd heeltn. en wiu .u.. ... h It te return In hts long-coveted role C'whatmthe utage has lest, the screen vJ iained. but, unfortunately in very malf loses, Last winter Barrymore Tncd the lecnl film beuses In an un plajra in. ... Th t Jrnter " N" rfcck hc W,U .be Men .n .. ntnnlcv Fcrwn In ene of the season's finest treats, "Sherlock Helmes." nlay creations is net a long one. ..... It is proenoiy us uuciuy hiuuucu with coins that of any mnn who had 1....I i,r.fnrn the enmcrn. Gaining tin) erc practical slele of film tccbnloue In he old lnj wben he was "Jack," this irrnt actor presented In rapid succession Et amuJnic film versions of "The nictnfer, L'hn inn Frem Mexico," "On the Quiet,'' "Are Yeu a Masen V' "An American Citizen" and "Xhe Hed Then came the days of "Justlce" and "Peter Ibbetson" en the stage, and with his transition from jelly corned v te tragedy and romance, we find Ilarrymore creating en the screen a ftcrllne portrayal in "The Test of Hener" and. Miertly nfterwnrd, In the nnforEHtuble "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. ''Vho Letus Enter" was an Interlude, a short and joyous return te the old vnznbendln, when ".Tnck" toured the '..... i. "Tim Vnrttma Tfi.nfnr " ceuuirjr " ...--.. .......v., looking enlr for a geed tlme nnd nu vintuie, anil net a lilt Interested In the uplift of the American drama. That in) should decide te film the crcnt (lctective of the Urltlsh nevcllnt l. In a way, most surprising, but It wns distinctly nnt a case of any pro ducer dictating the part. In fact, It wni morn or less Jehn's own venture, for which h gained financial baching from sonie ene who agreed with him en the ruitnbillty of the role. Acerrdlngly, ns Is generally the cane with things that lie t'loe te the maker's limit, Har'jmore left no Mone tin tmned In c.isting nnd producing Klicr luck Helmes. lien he took a pleasure nml lip.'ilth-rrcnlnlns: triti te Knitliud nnd the Continent last summer, lie had the picture in mind, nnd with tliu aid or nn ppert enmernmnn Fccureu some "Mints" of fecsv Londen ptreets and OliMVmld ievs, which lit in the pic ture nil the better since be himself ap pears In them. Alurrt I'niKcr wns cneen 10 (iirerr Ilnrnmerp is net ene of these foolish I ceple who believe thnt a rccegiii.cd Mar can write, direct nnd net his pic tures and the eii"t that wns gathered Is nrehablv (is remarkable a ciillectleu ns has eer nppenrnl in one film. Fer the lole. nt Dr. atheii, that most famous of the "Ye.b-.ves" school nnd the "jou-den't-niy-so" pliilose- pliy, (liere was ob Many Stars tallied that star of in Cast nf the stage, new an- "IhrrlnrW pcnriiig nt the blicriech Garriel: Theatre In n Chne Kiimmer comedy, Ueluiid eiing. Ter the part of I'ref. Morlnr Merlnr llj. that nrch-villain and Rpiiler-like fur nf Sherlerk's, llairjmm-p nnd r.uker found t!it-tuw von Sejfi'prtitK. fUgf ilireeler and neter and former clinneter man nt I.nky, ideal tn luahe up niiil appe.iriincis for the role. Carel Denipstu- was l.iane.l for the 0'CftBien l,v 1. YV. tiiltlitli tn pin Alice L'aiilkner, lliddn llepprr wms (lumen te plif Jlmlge J.nirnbeu anil Andd- ItuiMielph, one of the erv liest of the film "lienie." J'tines I.liraliPC. UllPnm 11. Powell, who scored c heavily In "Spanish JxM'," basil smiiil Kile; se li.ii the inpidiv liMng Ilcginnld Ileum, of "I.enllier I'lisheis' " lnniej ke 1 is I.uni'-den Iliue, nn old Icgltlu.ntu fneille, and se have Win Id Terrnnte. Ijntlier of thr lllalneus Kincst of Tel'able D.nid." and Kebort Sella ble nud l'i u. Knight, l.uslly. for n s mil bin ncccsviiiy "bit, in the g:is liiiiiKu nene-i, l.euls Welhelni, just hecn hen us "The llatiy Ape," was em em plevcil Tlinse who believe IStvrymore tee jeuiii a intiii for the ielc of "Sher luck" 'li'iiild go :ind let themSrlveh be pii Iii-il nt l heir i nor, I'lii- being one ei-e -if n film we have already seen, we'll M'ntiiie tliat much of a hint. The ei'ven tiid in this e.ihu Is thnt of the M.igc play in which William (il (il lette iippeimd se many times, luei ilentnll. Mr. (illleile appeared in it en ihe ereen out fit tin old Kssanuy Mudln li hiengii, about iue years age, mid it i iced then what splendid photo pheto phote jila uiiiti rial It was -nnd Is. It's inn often tli.it a single picture ii.vrits se len an nntlclp.ilnry coin meat, but hole siireij. with a stage star who lias fvv peeis, and a story that is win Id fiiu.nuH, the screen has n combi cembi ii itiuit that docs it credit. II' lUitRVMOHi: is a stage plnjer who lias made eerfrslnns into the li'Ms slnee the were in their weaning iI'ih, ihe star of the Knrltnu's feature tttliicli opens tednj ) Is ene who lins nlw.ijf M'enied the silvered sheet until til- M'ai-, lie h (in; lUte Pest, nnd wlien lie did Mteciiiuli ln wlselv let it lie for ll ter with whleh he has been associ ated for jrui's "The MnMiietader." He n new filming number "f bis stage nieeeip, "Oniiir, the Tentiiiaker" and I' wouldn't be n bud Idea if lie also tnekled "Itlrd of I'nrudlse." Mr. Pest achieves ill Ids first film what comes te nil screen actors sooner er latir tliu phiiug of u dual role. One of the two is n Pout's rimt member of Parliament ifeie h and n wealthy and re- Dual Variety K f! ..,mn"uiv,l,U" ethir is in n walk of llfe below-, but t'leiu; In chut octet- and telf-resneet. Tlie M. P, gees te pieces, sodden with fliiuk nud dings, nnd the ether man, whom he meets one night in the Lon Len Lon eon fog, takeH his place en tliu iloer of I'lilhuneiit. Anether splendid cast has been gath ered heic. including lMward Kimball (j lam K.'s fither) ns the lireproiich lirepreiich iible Ureclc; Ituth Sinclair, the wife; JJerbert Standing. Kralde; Lawsen 'itt, i.akely. ami Marcla Minion, l.ndy Adtiupp, .lames Yeung, who once upon time innilu a scieen classic In "My llniemi Wif,. mid who always can ;' depended upon for artlsili: work, directed "The Mu-xpiciadei-." GIORIA SWANSON, Locust"' CHARLES RAY, GAS, OIL AND WATER" Atc3J KH; M't MMSPIHii Chan wi'MMJfWtWB ,N Tf HP5T m "- I'7'Lit J " vK "?' s'4.rKSMr?MP'wHHl XfKkW eic3 rv'9,r7jHB cmr'wysiMtmmi!m h VstiF v rHT tlKn mmKsLx. "VfTI Mmfmvm Wk Chsmctef in MHHi'vlKJ W IN THE NAME H ::' flBi WL OF THE LAW (HyfHJ tKKKumm mitt fit ki rj&r,'"' mm2. ,.r , y-.. im IBBwMEMV KKS&.-X.4 - MjBBKffiffiilK Wt:'jsWm ''' i ;' - wl?k ae3fT' 4tBWfc- wwmZ?8W J2m lOOHN BAWWMORE. "SHERLOCK HOLMES" Stattlay MATT MOORE. THE . STORM CTi-tOi. SAtleigtien-u fnd Grw Nettnt-ti let IfiF IPTFHfi "RICH MEN'S WIVES Aldi JACK in cotie from "MONTH CRIST " Strben Photoplays te Be Seen On Lecal Screens Soen October 2 "The Man Who Played Ged." with Geergo Arllss, Al dlne. riillllps. Palace. "Hurricane's Gal," with Dorethy 3E NITA NALDI BLOOD AND SAND Piilacw SHIRLEY MASOM. "VERY TlULY YOUR's CORINNE GRIFFITH "DlVOCCE COUPONS Fays & Thv en l'i:Il(7 nf till-sttir cnslithey . rrm e l,n the hiihlnn unrt irrrk. ' IMfiir hat a liasmvr pioiluvtien i'i 'j "1,'h'h Mat's ll'dc," with such ing young etnr nf tills picture, "IM "IM "IM vorre f'owpens," is of iccent rise; m ceut Celeman, the leading mnn ( ii nb-e at the Walnut net week In htrnlgbt (lraniii). it u fust-riding tn tn eritc; Oince StiirteMint is u recent n.,r,nuiilri from tlin musical comedy stage, and Mann Allen is n popular newcomer. II. K. Herbert and Memi Lisa aie ulse in the cast. OTil Hit film debttti ncrt ireck In clude "Om, (HI ami Water," a f'Arjib't Nan camrtly, a! the ,i nulla; "In the A'imc of the J.inr." 'i mala, drama, at the Victeria, nnd ".hnvc All Law," a eiriflii made film at the 7'c evnt, "The fiteim" will le seen at both Capitel and (ircnt Sarthein the nfiei, nnd "Monte I'rlite" U held ever for a fourth Keck at the Stanten. Londen and Screen for "Dulcy" In the life of "Dulcy." new plnjlng nt the llread. two big things happened within tb lnvt few dujii. It if wttled that tlie comedy is te be presented In Londen in the Mniiig. but no decision ins been reached n.s te Wie will play the pnrt mlgimiti'il by Lmui rontnnne. There is llttle-er no likelihood that MUs Fentimiie will go ubie.id with the play, as this Is only tin; fourth big city in which "Dulcy ' him been m-cii and the .,.,;.., nniini,-.. I lrtinillv before It. The second happening of moment te Dulcy" was tne decision u ri-n-'ipu the corned v for pictures nt the close of the present season. Iuusniuch ac one of the best scenes in the ceuiidy lam poens tllO mevillg-pieiiirc iiiiiu-i., "iim might think the lilm people would lienr a grudge ugalnst it. On the lenlruiv, they think the funs would appiiriatu it, i ... l,.,.. l.ntA .nnt c fill elTcw for It. The picture, people have come te the point where uiey wum. ;' ,"",-, "", ( esses while they uie nb-eluteh frenh and n'e-r. "When "I'liirence" w.is at the height of It snceis, (ieergc IjUrr wns efiered ?lliu,i) ter iue nun riBui. lie refused en the gieund that it would hurt the idii). "Clarence" rnn it ceui-kc lnet season nni when T)lcr tried te dispote of its picture rlgbta the best he could get wfls JfM.OOO. Yeung Can't Escape Comedy "Once ii comedian, nlwnys n comc cemc dinn." In lb' plaint of Heland eung, one of the stars "f "l'omerey's l'ast. the new Clnrn Kummer play new nt the Oarrlek Theatte. "Senat lines It seems a nilsfeitune te make a decided succcs in nnv paiticular line of characters en the stuge," siis Mr. (ing. 'It places a Btamp mi jeu of being u goei ilellne.iter of that t)pe of person, und the moment nn author or tnunager has n play in wkich tlieie In n clinructcr of that tort, seu lire the llrst one el whom they think, and if you nre keen at nil for un engagement, seu nre buck again m me w)', "' I1"1 "" "",l jiwt left. I hnd tlie, fei line t niake 'oe I in a comedy bit in Chillies Klein's plnv, 'The Third Degree,' when I inade my piofesslennl debut in Londen, and Wiui engnged for a siinllnr pert in 'Illiidle Wakes.' which came ever te this country. Thnt was one of the best bits of fortune that my success brought nie for it is nn the American stage that I linve made whatever reputation I hnvp. Frem 'Hindle Wakes I went Inte 'Ceed (irncleuH, Anniibelle,' and slnee then I have never hnd an op portunity te play anything but a com edy character." "Pell Mell" at BIJeu Tell Mell." a modem muslcnl reme, Is the uttrnetien slated for the HI jeu Theatre next week, starting with n Monday matinee. This show consists of a tatire en the muny outstanding fen- Ini-nu nf tlirv nrnwmt venr. It Is PllHCted by a cast of well-known plnyers headed by .Tee Perte, P.rnlc Muck, Alex Saun ders, Itennle Lloyd. Ontl Ttandrll, Aileen Rogers. Hay It. Kelli nnd oth eth ers. In ndditieii there nre sixteen chorus glils who wear some effective nud original costumes. Deily matinees will be given. PHILADELPHIA'S FOREMOST THEATRES nrn e. NlXON.SIRnT.lNOEn. Mnnmlnc Plrccter. THOSIAS M. LOVE. 0nT Mrr. BFiOAD rireail nelew Lecuat Perjular Piice Mat. Today S LAST BUT ONE THE SEASON CANNOT WELL PRODUCE A BIGGER CLEANER OR MORE JVYUUS mil vnn CHHIlin NOT MISS "Uze gate&f' com&di I ever &aw" AJ VWi S iMA 4. 4 ff. J 4 f4 b WITH Zy GEORGE S.KAUFMAN and MARC CONNELLV A WHOM e' "TO MflADfSr AND A BRILLIANT COMPANY"' COMEDIANS wm mmMi EVENINGS AT 8: IS. POPULAR MATS. WED. & SAT., 50c TO $2.00 (Direction Geerie C. Tyler and H. H. Friret) '"no ns iimiae I'etcis fiuit here In Ihe Ntuiin", Claim II indinr, little ''"'"'d Jlcmlriek; (hnten (Hum (of iluiimi-eiriuv" fame), lleiemaru Thiby, f"'licd .a,,,., Mm tie Stradman and l.n'inii Cf,ir. '7im is anelhi;- nf Ziesn i iw i ,i, ,,, ,, ,ulyi into the duinn l 1'JJJ seeletn. society JT'H Interesting, by the way, te nole hew fnst the movie world icnles. f'niB of )esteid.i are fading fast nnd "big new school of today's favorites 'MB assembled, l-'or example, in tlie CHIll lA nr li !.. ...lit ..1 . . Ilnni. . J . ."' Wllltll II I SO 11IIN n Vine nun nnln.l ....... in.. .. - .. . u. ,,,lclng Mirved. Corinne Griffith, charm- FORREST 'f"r,a LAST Ev.ninii it 8:15 SMintn 1A TlUrCP.i, M.l TJ.. ?,15 rf -r "" - -- WORLD'S GREATEST REVUE IN 2 ACTS AMI 32 SCKNKS Htnetd by Allmi K. Vetttr IN llll VALESKA SURATT Nan Haiperin Gcorgie Price AIX STAR CAST mill n GARDEN OF EDEN BEAUTY CHORUS MOV.. OCT. 2 SKAT SVLK TI1UU. MAIL OKUERS NOW m'cuki: ierit skai'h ami avoid hrr-.rri..rei:s. no nn. M.I.UUI. "jil'YfuXcTION IHO.M TtlHS TO TON ZIEGFELD TKIUMf H mariiax w:un MILLER ERROL SALLY LOW IN ACAIU5MY )F Ml'hlO. JOiS-1023 FIVE SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS Tliurkday U'nilii. Ort. 20. Nev. 18. Ufc. II. J u ii. 1H. Feb. S2, Holelatal KOCIIANHKI. Vlellnlat SrAI.DINCl. Vlellnlut IVOIJI'N. Kopru'ne I.r.VIT.IU. I'lnnUt WAONKIt rKlltitlAM Willi Kolelat Tickets for aeries. SI). 25, IT no. tn, fa &e, :i.7fl, Ilexes, 107.50. JflO. $45 $40: en ala Oct, 0th, at Keppt'i A Academy. Matt e r d r NOW. Checks m pee, ,T, Italy, 0 NEW YORK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA DAMROSCH Conductor Albert. Crate Oueit Conductor GARRICK nlv 9 r-hetnut h JUTllmr Ht Weeks pep. m MAT ITItre mnAV Cbeitnut Junier Ht "A KliAL COMtUY HIT" "An undiluted joy. Few plays or performances of recent seasons have approached 'Pomeroy's Past in fresh ness and whimsical delight." North American. SAM. H. HARRIS rrent. ROLAND YOUNG AND LAURA HOPE CREWS IN CLA1U3 KUMirCR'8 BPAHKMNO 1'LAY POMEROY'S PAST POPULAR PRICE MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, 77c TO $2. ,00 ten tudutm. f8 AT THK HUOAU, rpHKKHT AND UAHUICK TIIKATtlKU. ATVLY TO T11K UEN1SKAL OVITICB, DKOAD HT. TIIBATBt? '' 11 A. M. TO It P. U. ctnaasttenM MONDAT utwffwifWTtl AVTk UARKKT GOLDWYN PRESENTS AMERICA'S GREATEST DRAMATIC ARTIST Jehn Barrymore AS SIR CONAN DOYLE'S F.AMOUS CHARACTER OF DETECTIVE FICTION DtRECTBD BT ALFRED PAlUtKB kK FlIOTOOnAPHED IN BWITZKntMND AND AMEniCA m kAN rss s If tnurXt S rirlb .nrT,nMWll.T.UM KI.Aia.S DEMON8TRAT1NO THE KIMHALLOROAN I Aimbu " AeJ octebeh 2 FROM THE WILLIAM OII.I.ETTE PLAY Helmes Si 2CT GLOBE JUNIPER A MArtKBT CONTINUOUS 11 A. M. te 11 Y, 1L 'MtSTT WEEK 1 , 1 VJgtP TWO GREAT HEADLINE FEATURES OF A BRILLIANT BILL THE DOCTOR OF MELODT JIMMY CARR AMD COMPANY direct rntnr Atlantic citt TRIUMPHS THE CELUI1RATEO ROBBINS FAMILY nte and littli: funsters OTHER ACTS WORTH WHILE 11 A.M. t 11 P. M. nn-fliMVIWl MflNDAT A OASNIER. PRpQUCTION 19ti h4 CHESTNUT N ALLEGHEI FRANKFORD AM) ALt.EflHENY AVES. J:ir. 7 AND U NEXT WEEK. lhn,nnlitv mmxnduua TV CO.S'Jt 'NATION WITH 6 ACTS VAUDEVILLE IlKADKD I1T THt: N. T WI.NTEH .IIdIVIl rt J i ,'. ' ' ., V V . . V tV.V-.ri ii COMUUIAr Al' " iAuruei UtMI'A i RICHMBNS WIVES ARE THEY TO BE PITIEDSCORNED OR ENVIED A Play of Today the Story of a social Butterfly Whose Wings Were Broken en the Wheel of Jealousy, Pleasure and Intrigue WITH A CAST OF GREAT ARTISTS uniKF. PRTF.RS. CLAIRE WINDSOR. BABY RICHARD HEADR1CK, GASTON GLASS ROSEMARY THEBY AND MYRTLE STKUMAIm At 10 A. M . 12. 2. 4. 0. 8. ie r. m. 7Su4tQn At in a. it 12. 2. 4, 0 8 10 P M. UUOAD AND CHbaTNU'l HEADED UT THE N. v i.-ir. 0 mmk GARDEN FAVORITE 48k B B Rfc A i Bebby Nelsen BUXS&1. Axi-nTi-i' rAKTF.sT sin-oine M r THE DUAL RC Tedny nnrt Nt We.-k-A Kirn Ndtlennl Atlractlen-Rtchnrd Walten Tully rrnt At 2:15, e:4U and 9 P. IVL OK THE SCREEN THE DUAL ROLES HE MADE WORLD-FAMOUS ON THE STAGE maKKBBKK&n&BNffismmm THE BROADWAYI MASQUiRADER DROAD A SNYDER AVE. M D A" OHEAT AMONO PICTURES m Af 9.1 S ft'fi U B m THE PLAY IS AMONO PLAYS w vnT WCBK A JOLLY COMRINATION A Joyeut. tuneful, entrancing eftertng A PABASIOUNT I'ICTUKB Betty Coeipson in "THE BONDED WOMAN" BILl'cIIANUKD 1HVRSDAY CR0SSIE1 I1IIT1I AND SIAKKUT AT I.'.. 7 AMI U P. M. NEXT MM.M.M.' II I't." EV.J n 1 e a. sr TO It 15 P. M. Victeria NINTH AND MARKET HEOINNINO MONDAY In the Name of the Law and See THE PICTURE MARVELOUS Ii Brilliant! Masterful! Matchless! Unparalleled! Stunning! Magnificent! Triumphant! Epoch-making! Irresistible! FAMOUS BURNT CORK ENTERTAINERS In a Orlclnal I'lmt rrt Entitled "Ministrelsy a la Carte" Thurlay. FrM u' unit t'atunlay JimmyGi!dea&Ce. In a Hnnm'v Musical I'omedy "The Kid Frem Madrid" JOY L DOROTHY HENDRICKS 10 A M. TO 11 IB P. M. 12TII AND MARKET NEXT WIJEk PAR.Upii NTS (H rnTANDINO PEATt RE or IHE SEASON RODOLPH VALENTENO I.ILA LEE AND NITA NAI 111 IN BLOOD AND SAND FROM PLAY NOVEL OP SAME NAMP ARCADIA CHAS DIA 10TI1 . fllESTNt'T I Will 10 A M ! U 13 P Ml I . KAY WATER" I ALHAMBRA PJTH AND MORRIH STREETS VaiidMtlti nt '- nn n ;tn t n I' M. SEVEN LITTLE SWEETHEARTS PARAMOUNT PRESENTS "The Valley of Silent Men" Adda.l "Nun nf th North" (Ne. 8) BILL CHANOED TitUltbDAY ! "V RFftFNT 17TH MRKET EQ kU la 19 I ALL THIS WEEK "ABOVE THE LAW" 8TH & MARKET 10 A. M te 11 13 T. CAPITOL HOUSE PETERS Proud A Kris All Nent Week IN I.ANOHON MrCOIlMAl'K'S I NertherN THESTORM Otn. A Ctilt. Arti. Men . Tues, Vd. COLONIAL I JACK HOLT ' "JM"" IMPERIAL !?, wajjt "ONE CLEAR CALL" MILTON bILLS, CLAIRE WINDSOR N wMSm 10TH AND MARKET 11J0. 1:30. 3.J0. 7.30, 0 30 TODAT NEXT WEEK HELD OVER! 6 MORE DAYS! 6 MORE NIGHTS!! TO ACCOMMODATE THE CROWDS! WILLIAM FOX Production Frem the World- Famous Play and Nevel by Alexandre Dumas Frem the day of its first showing en the screen it has swept audiences off their feet with its mighty dramatic power. 1 he story, written by the werld'3 greatest author, has a plot which thrills nnd f?rip an audience. Newspapers everywhere have praised i it the audiences ', have cheered it. Every one of the famous characters b portrayed by n famous star-actor who literally lives ! the pait. Ne i picture ever , produced equals its ' ."ctien, ( !ts cu-ift-i moving life, j its ceirectneis 'f detail nnd its beauty i of production. Its splendid i scenes nre tich in lavishnrss thousands of people take part. Proeuc"'! at a rtapKennK cost, it is I easily the reatet i dramatic -creen ttiumph of the age. BylB Ma. i OCTOBER 2D A PAIIV.Mui M- I ii t i tu CECIL B. DE MILLE PRODt'fTinV "MANSLAUGHTER" ALICE Dt'ER riLt niu SENSATIONAL KTUHY THOMAS MEIGHAN Leatrice Jey and Leis Wiling ARE IN THE OAST ' 'vvva r m 1 . V i T s n,w . w -'i ..'...'. .2 A &&j,MWf..lI' vj i ,ft jkxim?