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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1922
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GLENN HUNTER IS !
'MERTON'TOTHEUFEi
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Ovation Accorded te Yeung
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Star as Mevie-Mad
Country Bey
Oarrlrh - There are tienrh a- mnn.
fcfnrtni'hei In ".Merlen of tin1 Meiies"
A (here are laughs, iiml lln liiitrr urn
(IS lllh'k ai lilt' i'lni" who rrnuil t tin
Sttltlill M'eillV
'I'lii' lunch nil- for rier.ibnil.i in eier.i
audii'tire: tin' Iiriirlni'lii's for these
teilcliy nnd -("I'-.tUc Imlhliliuilx the
film fiiiif. I'er. Net i ilie Iiml out iii:in
lliinjs ulih'h dinner iili'iil- mul illu
sion" : llii'.v Irnin Iiml leading bulb"
wlie prnti' of ilu'lr duti te ihcir t'tili'i
uml bniiM of neier eni'ili'im.; "do.i "de.i
b'ts" for i lii. I -i'i'iii'- in i rii lt are
nfmld le jump tile feet into miter, mill
.rr married te tin i r direi ter-. I n- he
hn'il the trllipi nimi'iil of i.i.Mr favorite
tllrrrler. who limit line violin mii-.ii
te ilis'iite IIieiikIiI . I hoi 1 1 " 1 1 - ill'
conceit iiml tln fepiii-liiii'- of their
-leel, Itniri'il l-'ii'lin- uiiiii
(Mi. "Mi'ite-i in' i'i Miiii' t inn
penile Mlth tin' f.11111111- eli Him tnnli
limit. It elies fun iii l-.-ii'iii;; m m w li .
Ilileri lei"l in I lnli p ii ni-i-cn. i!n.
drelnre. feri'M'i- iin i .Ih:ij-. Tit. r tlielr
"ir ri tl i-ir Ivt pils" mil itlie.
rniiv iiilili ih ir -iiii".i int'i It
'n ius tilm ie ler- nli i..l! .-'I'mii then
in pi I lit ion for 'Mii I. ij ' r :i 'I "it 'i.-
b:iri'i - of fun nwiii t1'- l'l' i-i,i1t'.
habit of ink t iii; Ii'it it i 'n-s :iinl
ceinplcteli i liiitisui-; ilii'in te "ii treiiiK'i'
se; interest."
In neiel four. Il.irt.i I i ': n'-
"Mi'i'teii of tin Mum.' iiu i n,i
mute riitieiinl. ,,iiil i-.- i- . imi It
enl.t, ntitiinil ili. t ii ii.. ".n4 ' -i""
h two-lieiii- iiml-.i -iii-'f i -it -ri iiii.n".t
the 'r;i:ii.iti-:. M.it- ' '-n i 'I i n
(leniTe S K. mini in. ' ,i te -u 'tv
tli Mi-; te tl.e hone, ii'i'l tails 'e.ii,- -iiin
! Ixf tliilt were '":i;smI. .him .i..i.-h in -tinii
tlnit u.i-. -i s;- r U""'
KvnpcfiniMii l"i- iei pni "Mi ri. mi
of tlii Mniiin", ,1 jiii'. i i i tt;"ii .,l
(loin -.e h tlii -iniii'l ,ei. l.'ii i i inn
rli'li' n-i'ei i'i 5 i :1"i" f -.1. 'I'ln- . li.i-f
rr..'iii'r i. lili'tm 1 1 mi' r
l.llM lUKlit. lift, i- -In iM i f t li ti. il
ciii'tnin. tlin .-ipprni.it ir ,i iii,i-ii i. r
ninili.'il in tln-lr -.i-.it-. . n i. nfii-r -, t-1 1
or i-lp-!it i-iiit.iii i-i '-. :i--.i"iil mi ,i
Kpi-erh from eiiii-; !" M.iit i TN i-
v.enlil In. f"'i wlie vv -. i 1 i-i ,;r iil.-i- I ,h,
tin' honor.
As, th" I'nntrn i 'i m !n i'i-'" i i !;;
si'ti-i'ii nri te ,i li.-: ,!! pl.-i'..- .iii-i "...
v.i tIupii fr ii iif.ir i,i vi' i
i ii'i.'n-itit". . i lm ti-i $ i'.v-' I
IIel'; worn ei.il -. "-it ili-.. ;
M'iii-i-iitiii -in I il ii-. i : J i-i
of heron 1 1 ii i; .n i--,i u,, i ,1 in
iilf (lis -.li.nti r 1 "ti . "i" "i ,ii In -(
i I'll te i In- l rii.ii. . ' ,- il- ' ',',! i',.
r.ll ili" l int- ,ir '! .' i.ili-i f.-.--i, ,
Vt I 0 hlli' 1 '"Ml i'i 'I ' , f i I , "- I i
who litu'lK iniil.e j. i. il. n-ii i'i i.i, ,
bill in -iii;i.i ii k. It-iiii- I.- ,.i- i 'l..v.
reiiii'iJ.i t:i '. ' H'i r ii i, r V .it-
Rinl in". ! i i:. i .- i ! II in! n
nri dil'inti- i In- ci-m- ..( ,,. i i- in.'.
ami ulii'ii In' ui. ,.ifi or i.itli th- I
:- in mt m:i 'ii-'i
l-lii.i -.- -i , ""T i. nt.-u
(ill" ' -! i- win ileiiii i-u ter M I'en
fcnilllfs-l. .III,! ' I-...I . I'. . V" i'l"
sfione in lliin.i-r. Th i.,i ,.i' 'in.
ninth ih. t nil -,! ., tin- i ..f r
humor. i ' 'in ;. -i nf .-, lit i'eh-i
Jflllll i-is-... ..1,1 l'l,, ; t. !., in
Iti'i (' ' IV. man. IMtti'i.I I .'U-.i
I'.vtlier 1 mi .ii,. I . lt-iiii.iii.i- i'lii. n
der ,i ! . i' i.iii r.t"i.- ).! '. in. ii-
Tlll'l'l- i . 1st , ' M 1- 111 ,l. I. oil,,, I
tlll'l
Tw.. -
of .'t-1-,,
leil(l-l I
hill III :
Oil .. - i'.sIM,l..- t V. I , l II.- Ill's
llilllM1!' . ' e -I , It -! . 1 1 -li .,I.
Mtir. il'.l II..' s ,;.i ;, v,, I i . ,,f --liiMi
inn! niii.' j i hj, trin i ' Al - in-i hi i ii
Jim ii s" , ..I'm- m . i i ... j -. v
("sly. :i:nl .is !'... . . t, t,
Jl.'l-le I. II ."It .- l. "' ,, , , f -
HMV. II f.1.1 -sil 1 -v v ll, ,, ,
K.lllfllU.l'I I'll I , , , , ,r
Mi pin; -ii I i - . . '
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f. Illl H I 1 '
WEBER AMD FIELDS
TOGETHER AGAIN
Favorite Ce'nedians in "Re
united" Enthusiastically
Recevecl
riirsliiut .fri"l (pr a Ileit-c I. -
fnliniiiiliV , . n ' -i ,. ,
MVbi'i- iiii.l I',, ,.K i , i ,,.!,',
of mi I'lit'nisi.isi.,. n. i . .. I i ,:
dt llie r-op.ei.Ili; ." 'i..- "lii's- n Mi
Opn-a llen-n .n n f-.- , ,, . i x i e'
cmni'ilv s,,,u. ,,, , ,,,, ,,,., .,,.
Ullltfll "
After n sf-;arn' m . ' .i.iprnl i-nr
the ttt.i '.-rntes j i. iii-u.i!,..-, h.ivi- v
riiiin il tin j i i no- su i v. I,. I,-'
till-Ill f-lll .1 Zl-I.O-ntl.iM I,,,! Mi, ,.,'.. I
of their iiuler -i sun,- , ..fi,, ,- , ,
lltlll llMs, nl-h MS ' II .." nf
C(nis Mini the s'.iti iiii.liiit; .-., . ,. (!
an- tip-te-ilnti
The hill . n',., ..,. ii ; ,. rah Li
the sjii;mi: e' Mi-s I". i i-.-. ..' f,,. f,.n.
of Iient mul l'l, i. in - ,,,p -imi-ii'i .,
Helllllll elle II 1" I ,m . i ,,, t , . , .
Inle lie-t V ili.ili.s' in ,l,. Mil- T i
test of i'ii pre-.-rui i " -iip- , n-i;i-'
of slii";.ii; ii in. H-r -n .u-ie J-,'i -i-
in isii ,il in 'i, n i , .ii,,., ,,Vt
tiirls," i iilt. iii it ' i, -. , ,,. ,,..
Pnnline it,-.,! ,,. -i ...;-. Si.! CmM' iTirl
mother in n . ii ,, ii-i . i ,i ;, - - --j-
Niek of Tin. . h- i '. ah. .,
cempiin-, et icn's . !., Cn-ei-, i h" i-i
truiliiiv-, I,,. i ,, ,, ,, ,,, ,,,,. ,.,,,
nnd u irl-lm,' ,iiM ! ,,. -, i..',.
lliinl. ' A pte'M s, ..I,!,. r, , , ,, j,,',,
(llic-eil in ii v at. rfiill 1 n t .rt i.vl in
one of Mi.s (' ut,.r , , I,,..,!-,,,,, .
Alli-ipe l.ll'y emeu t lllli u I W.l.tli.i-
of Charles T. AMrn h. tin- I iirli nm .; -climtKe
nriM. ui,,, .-or trihn-i'i nn m
tercstins 1 1 1 furmnn. i i.m pi.-enteil l.t-
llllitlltie-ls tin 1 iS;iilses n!t s- i, tin,.
rnpldlty The I.uilelias. ui-,, r. i, ,.,,"
rcntli'infii iith , ini.,1! hiv sjinjiiiii
feet, nlsn nun their shun- of npplaus .'.
Tr.ivestle3 at Djment's
l)uiivilit'f f.iist ueeh's feiitnre tnu -futy,
"Tin- I'lin-hiiu siiuire" prei".; ,
successful tini I If l.iis l.e ,, I, 0V1.p 1M
thlH ueek's inniii iiilim-ien ('hnr'i.
l!e.irn mul ether favorites of the ,
tinnj pm in ress ilii. fun -nmki-r un,
it B .Milltieiirne MM'iii;. m -jnj.it sti,, sti,,
"Fer .lltn's Sake." a , ut-inb.iil pin
11, senes te sliim U,iinrl l.ee' 1,1
deiibtt-il alnlitj, ami I uitnt t We! n
fcitlgs new .Hill iltiiielMi I ii 'ai's 'i i,.
firtt iarl contains m.in-. lntcre-tiii
lU'Cinlties.
Walten Reef "Beaded Bag"
A vcr t-oeil hill Is biMiis preseiife I,
P)Militl In Violet Carlsen, who hns just
eeniP here from New Verk She has a
rcnl idlloctieii of mm mhh;s and her
work Is cri I'eiiimemlable. ller eoi. eei.
tuniPN arc the lust neril in enijiiialit.v.
Jiliss Ciii-lsen M'eiril (in emphatic hit
"The Old Iteatlcl Hub." by .lack While
ami nimpniij , is a novelty net that
tltl Zt'bt til the eVl'llilln lltlll In lull uf
plUMint humor Vlulnlu Heaninle
rrttcntN some tlrleulnl mul interpretn
Ire tin Ill-Ill C tlltit la leilll.v iil'tlstlu unit '
very well vxfvutcd. i
. real I e' ll"s
"e'i ; in- '-., ' iv it, i ,i ear.
' v as 'ii. i, i'i' nun -..
s .ml t'e- ' ,...i a Iiim-h.
i..n .f Mer-
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HAMPDEN'S MACBETH
STRIKINGLY MODERN
Simplicity of Setting3, Expert
Cutting, Give New Life
te Drama
"Viilmil SlKiilficnnt In Walter
Ilanipilen'v prest'iiln'ien of "Mncbrili"
last nllit Mere the percnnliil freshness
of the pin tnul the evident cemph'ti
iiijejinent of the liirse ntlilietice. .t.iv
I.'. IItms. le the eeutrar notliwitli netliwitli
stand. e in sienk.
llarrlnj; I lm seventeenth ceniiuv ilril
ui.tlie et met'fien, winch. In the alisenc
of settles in these dii)s-. in.ul" seenei -e'lt
of i;eiiereus ;elis of ileseriplit
neitrj. the tnigeily of the Tlinnr
Ciwile" mi I his ambitious wife mi ;
h:ne been wr'lten this er jenr. lm
' v . rlil 'i pi.-ij -i.i iker able enough t"
'" It. ( In is iiuned te wen tier u Iin
plii iii'w,',l tin's jear is as iilnl, :i
iMilieiitie ill' a trails -i Ipl nf the depths
f I ! in- ii eni,..nis us "M.iclielh " Itiii
teii'i- mind te lm there Is little tin-I
te nrsue for the l.ird h"euil sai .
i lull In- pla li.es ion lears after hi
dentb. I'arrfiil i-i liMis.it mil lielit, in-d llie
P'tl.l te til. el the taste of - liliiilei-ll
llllilli line m i ,lie ,iMsti,- selliuss In
..i ii. talili iin- last -ei
I'nWl I .1 pllltlllll of tin
.if i il bre.i I ei,iis,. nf
were strikni!;. Tliroiii:h Tlireiii:h
ii , "in was i leli la -iin
?:-. uatli
llain lei.' M.i.-!.it'i t. rij;;ed. hi,.
Is e ill era:; e.isile and j el -iil )
'i ikIi te i -.in-ess ., si ,,ii-l,i the ii.-u-i-'sidtitieii
wl n-h i i i!n end iireeks ii,
l liiinle lSriii
tiir; whirl
cast
k
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out. th
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tne i
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I'ltil-I
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li."s. nnii-,i
ei-t .-iin.
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il .ih biMei-
Mnr.i Il.ill. her
lUIMlt 111 Its l-i
I .Mill belli. I'i l
nn in;, the i n
wetll.lllllllevs .
iiii"!'it;eii-i .in.
.i.i his iiideel-ii.
ei tin mere! M.n--
s'ei.-i ' 'ils shin.
sii;;ested b Mi
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ii.iri'li
untifiii s,i
n'i-1 tiei
his,-1..,
I'eiii i
eiiU
ll. lull also tin
if fin- i "i-n-ueter.
I ! si-.tllit ller
-,'i!'-u ili.ni; M-el.e u.i-. i,netl:
ri-lei.it.nli.
T!i" i-ntn-e peifei-tiinii.".
i!i.'n iiml tlieiichi . Ti .- i.
li...- piini' I .mi thin-; but n i
Hi.v et tin- 'i:i.tsiii
I ii'j
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tiest K
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Mai Iietli erii"! l
l real li-jiii j.. i-s.
'1 liaii.- With , Lm i s,
Lf" ttii! the and. ci.
. 'il w ith all iieiii.il
Ui'l'" prolell'.'eil ,-'lp
1
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ii-,ris
Net
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M
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"HOTEL MOUSE" HAS
TUNEFUL MOMENTS
Frances White and Tayler
Helmes Ce-Star in a Pleas
ing Musical Play
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i' , lirsi .T-t tinii
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. .. - ;, .. Li-;., fur her
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l,,i -,. I ar'e i, , penult -
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I' ' .i' In ' r's rn.nn An
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' , i- f:n .r. snncs ii, ' i r j
n .mi.- and the mitl ,,r
s ed;es of tin ,'..t
- . i has fert-ntti n hi tl
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due -. nlwavs n I'll.' nlri; I
te - irpr.sfd hi ill- ' -i t
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r"' 's .. '.i Iip ii i.i ) ,,- n .
i .net ' .- nbi'.'tj n- "i f ,r- 'i
in , lestn.'i. An-1 la Mr I' ,r.
s i- . . elll lit fi ll f.," ' s ,, ,r,,
I Sinn 'er. snipin in-.. .-, i
..lie d-'i-'s reh -a!. -'!;;
-i l.undii np wl !--l 'ii r I'n-k .
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Photoplays Elsewhere
SVJX70X. -- "MniisIiillKhter." with
Tlii'iims -.Irlgluui .mil Leutrlcc Jey.
I'M.ACl. - "The lUniit e.," with
Itklmtd Hartlicltuesn
( OUtS'lM "ItmtiliiK S.iihIh, with
.Milten Sills
lUrriylM., I.OI'IST ASH liblli-
HUX'I "Hltieil nnd "M.inil." with
Itoilelph Viilt-ntlne
! I.VIIM "Tun Sii'te Hril-h
Tin 1 1 ' with Itm Stenaii.
(1 ;.' f.'.l I U l I H 1. 1! .V "Sherlock
Helmes" uiili Jehn It.irr-. mure.
ni(i,--"A Peel Theie Uiih." with
Lewis St. ne. and "The Thieo
Miisl-tJet-Thi I es "
A'O.V.S AUltASSADnl! "Itloed
t rul Mii.il." witn ltmlt Ipli .ih ii-
llllll
MK.IVD- "llurnln-; Saudi," with
M'llell SIIIK
-t. iv-MX-i ii sii;i:ii - 'Hioeii
.mil Sand ' with lleilnl h Vulcn-
' l)h-ll "Her (iildctl ( . with
i iiei I i Sw.uisun
(' .s CM - " Hell, .eiis Idttle
! . i I i ith M.i Man a .
i I'll AH- I'.i ISiKim "if I'etlipiest,"
n Mi N'erni.i 'i'.ilniiul;e
l Vila "The 1'iis'illii Streal(,"
'.. l'.'in M.
GEORGE ARLISS HAS
Star Shows te Great Advantage
in "Man Who Played
GedM
HAUNTING MELODIES
IN "BLOSSOM TIME"
Fellcw Named Franz Schubert
Wrete Seme of Them and He
Certainly Shows Talent
I.yrir A one tn.iti reni.T"ke,l lie-
tween the nets of "Iiess,nn Time."
"'I'll Is sj mi 's pit n l,i ,ii" nice melodies
n it." The pmxrnui e,dalne.i thai
I. am of the tneletllis were hi n tnnli
i. lined Sehiibert net l.ee or .1 .T. tthei
.e'l their ti.'line iitheiit the "e" i but
i chap minted Trail, mul the lueerani
further extdains that In- di- I a lone time
t. whi'b seems a piti. fm- with the
.:.l of the 111.111 "adapters" nlm helped
lllllltiy blltlcr who reiiernllv. oil tin
's-Iiike, Ih confined te Mich Kentcnees ni
. . . . . . i Till! ritrrincp Is i-emlr" or "H mil I
ANfiTr- FR R fi Rfi Filmc wlPer wrvcil for two or three?"
i liiw i iii.il uiu nuuu i and te eiiuallv iitilnnierlnnt hits en the
MTfeii, Keeins te liuve ut lust wine into
hit own.
Ill "TIip Dimt T-'liuvcr." Unsll Kltic'ft
I Idlest Htery te rench the screen, the but
ler W hy fm- the mom ItilereHtlnK char
acler. It Is Iin who tells the country
itiatlslile heroine hew te drcm ninl liiiw"!
1 te behave when the society here iimrrles
I her out of piilie iilnl because of the jilt
Ini; Riven him by his liancee. Of course, i
J i.hIi! (lntiimi iftiitiii iiliiiiiiiI unit rlna In 1
l -iii liv - I Ulllt "I IIHIIIIIII lllll lll' l
I capture him iiriiIii, but the nimple lit-
, lie wife, the "iliiHt llewcr" he lilekctl
ill b the read, wins out. Cre'tllt iniiHt
be haiitled for all thin te the miperier
' but clever butler.
I That important pewuitiKc Is plnyctl
by Claude (iilliiiKwiitcr. anil he does n
masterful bit of work. rlRht in line with
, the vivid character creation he has Riven
us kiiicu bin debut a jenr ure In lilins.
Helene ("hail wick is a most rhnrmltiR
and most eapalile heiellie, nnd .Tunics
Kenule is acceptable
here.
While "The Dust Flower" Is net
: in the least like "Karthheiiiiil." either
in erlRinality or juiwcr, it is nn Inter
estiiiR story, well teltl throughout.
VAN AND SCHENCK
WIN KEITH'S HONORS
Singers Please Large Audience.
Lillian Shaw Alse Scores
Decided Hit
Stanley
cerlty it m'
till nrtlst
I'lajed C.nd."
ii'U people an
A sreiit dlsnlty, a real sin
I lie impersoiiiitlen of a splen
characlirie "The Inn Who
It's n picture for lltlnl
cannot be digested with
a Rlilp. as Is the ease with most til ill
fare. Hack of ils dramatic story is
very veal mul cr live theucht that
tniiy well he neiiler-d ever lifter the
I I'litre Is s'-en.
(icerRe Arllss, probably the luckiest
I till the "rent staL'e stars in choice
' 1 tl m U'hieies. Is respeusili'n, there
- no ilnubt. for at least half of the
ffeet of this feature. Il is the smooth -st
ami in many wais the Rrentcst of
ih' four ehnracteil.iil.'itis he bus rIich
l'e screen. v
Arllss plays the role of Jehn Anion,
i itrcnt musician, who is sudiletilv
stricken deaf when n loiter explodes
nemii (iiirinc n leiiurst perferniance
Kellh'.v Van nnd Schenclt, lieraltlcd
ns the pennuiit-wlniiliiR ballery of soiir seiir
laiitl, wen headline honors en a bill (hat
has mere headline attractions than
ordinary lui'ns. Whether jeu would
have Riind siliRiiiR, duncliiR, comedy or
syncopation, jeu will Iiml a geed mens
lire en the priiRrniii.
Seeral new numbers linve been
added te Vim mid Hclienck's score. The
obi ones, however, brought Ihein the
most npiilaiise. Their itutterinc senii
...li. uillllin , . , . . ( ,, , , . ",,.
an the society r '"" '" "" , " ""-"' -' '
i m m- in uiiiii, ii ntui'ii
Kelly humored with bits of originality
here and there. Cook and ernen were
en (he bill. An iip-lo-dnte thriller fea
tures the film,
William Penn Rese and Moen
Pleaslnir echoes from musical com
edy land are found In the efferiiiu' of
l.ee Uose and Kathryn .Moen. Their
songs have a wiiuck of newness and
are iiileriulngled with nrlMle diiiiclni,
bevend the ordinary. Otis Hpaiigler adds
greatly te the geed results. Real Irish
stories with a true dialect are teltl bj
Tim Kelly, who was rewarded with
substantial laughs. Tayler and Hebbc
offered n comedy novelty and the I hree
I.... i... j tie-iiinii iii eniillllir mil All ar
tistic treat is offered in the photeplayj
feature which is (luy Hates J'est ilH
"The Mastiuermler."
Nixon's Grand Hugh Herbert
It Is no evuRReratlen te say that the
the
Is
woman undergoes the test it.tu77Y
believed there iTrn no niJ..i(!,".4.h.'
. .. - " i'hiiiiui ri.i. t
atter me expcricnce. 7,nza AieU'.l'i
ceinpany offered n number of Ben !j
dances with koeiI resiiltu. M.i'''iid'
acts include these of Heb t.1.. 'N '
comedian : Austin Bnd Carleton tn.i?r'
plales; O'Coiiners and Itevne' &!
and patter, nnd Berrit and li,ln'
"Shadows of Conscience" Is th. ?,'
attraction. n film.
Keystone Billy LaVar
An excellent bill marks the f,tM1,
minlvcrsary of the opening of this iff.
tre. Oulek-nctlen re.ne,k- . . H, thM"
songs ami, lances make the net 0ffSS5
liy 111 ly r.aar and company nil i,,i
iiiiiiu ue iiuMrvu. II is mar (oil l,v ...:1
Mart te llnlsh. Jee I)nre T.ftfl
fllllli
ami told
stories whlek mm ,..' "n
prevnl. I.iingtlen and Fredericks at-,.P"
U'tl the r uUit eiill..,! nui......a.m-
(loed nets were nlse offered 'bv (inrL
ni, ,1 Ilea mul ttnlln.i.l .,...1 K...,0M
Victeria Our old friend Torchy, re
named ami nm Itched from two In live
In fore n crnivnel l,e.i,l f nnrenn. (In 'reel comedies, ngiiiit comes en the scent
' ' " I ..- ,.!.. ,-ll... .... .1 1...I..
r lint. s'li ine wiieti- it
unable le ' "I
ut "ti "Ml .ssum Time," he run' ' hai
t n let of bis slums nn Itmadwai .
wlip-n nf course would hale ii-.",iiit thai
,e was rea'.li L'oed. lie eeitamlj slimn-i
.:enii-e in "lilossein Tiiie-. ' nltlieiuli
i- est of ll,.' tunes uf his Hindi stmti'i1
'1 riaht seemed le switch of inin .i '
llllltf dllTefi'tlt llefere tllel .-et tlirelgll
I'liiit was -a I ve the ada;it"t"s .aiin- it-.
I hei s;ied t le tiling ij swlliglli.- lien.
tijht into the Kind of stuff thai ;ets
cin.s and lli.it sends llie pn.ic nw.ii
wlit-tliiu mid htiirmitiR. and ,, fieri-
hi, h i..s satisfied. lint innjbe if this
ii.i.i Sihiibirt hadn't died --. jeimg. In
itt'.t Ii.mi lea lied that trick h.u.-''li
It's a 1 lib" difficult te keen the , I,,,.
its im,I '.'' Sh'iherls m-i rat.-il i . is
-s.-i "I',', ssim 'I'iuie." Iiei lis 'i ni
S-. l!il-t. III COI'llilU te tl'" pi", I l'l
s fent1', mi the list of sin'ilI-Kp
lits, while ,1. -I has ii n nn. all in
,-ifib with :t "Mil," in f-eii' of it.
1" it 1 "riiii ' .ii"'eni-s a sai n in tl , -'
' ,' ir.i'-ters, 'ml the steri e' th- pl.ij
- .i'i about It mi and bis unf-.it n.r.e
. i.' affair with the daughter ,,f ,i Pmi--
' sij'i, iniirt leweler nler.j ."bettt the
M 1 i'e A;.' .f the early lsun .. This
i-r ml en,'- a . hancc for ln"i 'iful .in!
. t ir. see lestiimiug. and the s'iis-
I'iciiites .in- i.itainly charm iu .'ill tin'
W.I" tl"e,iaIl
M'lil'lUil IJelil'ierc. who "il.ipl.. th
ins return te this eniintr.N
play, he learns lip reading, but It does
net satisfy him. ami be becomes a soup,
lenipereil, creclieti mnn. much te the
sorrow of his leun-i wife. She leaves
him for an eMemled period and during
her absence his regeneration eeiiinu nces.
The start is timtle bj Ardeii'i valet.
,v he asks his master te c a pair of
leld glasses from the vece .1 stnrj of
tlielr I "1ft h avenue home te eaminc
-i me dowers down iii the park iCen
lull i. lusteml, Arden spi'-s many m
'eresling couples mid llnds tint een
t Ibis "li-tance he e.m -end tle-.r lip-J
'I lier"fore be decides te "nlai ilel" te
Pese neeple, llnding out tlielr greatest
wants and supplyinp ihein. This brings
ji'itslilti" haik into his life, but lie be
limes his wife has only piti for him.
iinl. after a henrt -rendlm.' se eie, be
lies ti, his own church, in a half half
iblirieus condition. There a peculiar
in ci lent restores bis lic.irln- ,'tid lie I
-"Med at the organ, plaiing. when hi
it'e C'ltnes in,
That finale i one of the few things
'he tilniM have ghen us tlrir apprnxl
mines a certain kind of sublimity, ll
i eon ll the climax of "Ihirth! eimd."
Kvcept for u few nil her mawkish
s-enes in the middle of the tilm. "The
M.m Who riayed (! d" is alwais crip
ping, always lepica' i I lm.. ml. in
almost every case, it ,-ets ai ay from
iiiess-emereil tilm trndltten
In addition te AriNs s
,'eniimu-e. wherein lie gai
kindly nnd the eitl pha-es
'iiirni ter with subtle distm
vas Ann Perresl uitli :
performnnce of the mle of
Sure Kil
ls entertaining and fast -moving comedy
which deserves the adjective "snappy
lather than (.lever. When the fun halts
for a in, mien! thrills come in, and there
is a rather sluggish love affair which re
tards rather than aids the aclieu.
The cast is most remarkable. In i fmiiul
addition te the agile and many -faced ,inh.
lehiiuy nines, m a typical role, there
tire Ihiris Keuyen, charming but seem
ingly u bit out of place in se fast nnd
'urieus a comedy : Edmund Hrecse and
Hubert IMesen, stage and screen veter
ans. In strnU'ht roles, Kllie Shannen,
.1. Harney Sherry and Charles f!er-rard.
Second honors went te the character
comedian. Lillian Shaw. Knelt song
brought her many encores. In u cur
tain .speech she declared she would be
hack in a few weeks wllh a new pro
gram. The audience took te her mar
riage Mings, which were rendered with
nil the. ferccfiilncss this star possesses
Hence Huberts nnd (tiers-I)urf Syni
phtmists N the title ten talented
musicians and a dainty dancer have
selected for theinsehes. Classics te
ragtime was their range. The tieinhniie
ami saxophone playing was cspeclallv
..-11 .1 M'l. .1 1 f.... .1...
wen tiiiiii-. tin- tiiiiiciiii, inr tin i urn i .,.tm
.. .,t ....;..,. ,i.. I. .1 in 'tieri.1
i.iir- iiiiiin,- in iilnl ll nils in ini- i iiiiui-i
in Mipcr-liiiuUine attraction
i hew Ih the best se far tills season. , ir,mB .,,.,. 0f "liV ,0 ii,!: 4
"Mind Your Own lti.sl.iess." a sk r li , i tnlTnIe I Jill" Is the llln at action .1
presented by Hugli Herbert mul com- ,, , nbtindt I ce of tl ,'? M
.mi) .tells .. geed slery which Is p.inc. happenings 0,i 1 , c film. latM'
tualed Willi linicli lauglilcr. 'I lie an- , B noun.
(Heme enjeved It Iboreilghl.v. slmwing
that a sketch should have a spot en
even vaudeville bill. A iiiinialuie inu
slcal comedy presented by .lack Walsh
ami ceinpany ovcrllewcd with geed
ideas mid nnel numbers. Masen anil
Wmiiie iiPPi'.'ircd in u slJiRlng nm
nm. n si; I which wis ineiiR eiiKiiiiu nir lierterm.'incn unra
lilies, with some gtieil wnistiing iiiniwti the pivscntutlen of the
Glebe "Oklahoma Four"
'l... Ml. In !.... 1.- I.. .
in.- vM.iiiiiwiiui iiMir ill u St 16 tiff mil
dancing skit. "Pastimes On ih,.i .!n.1
are the feature attraction pn this .v.
bill., which is replete with iV.Kl
slltllltll Limns- Mill..,,...,. ... ,1 ""
-. ' '' "ii'ininin in n (inn..
CIIKl!tl". ivi.V
lllllspul lllfp, (
-,.
iiegciii .i rniiier iiurresiinu incme lightfnl surprise
ei n woman s uiiiii in ine power in
light think'iig as oppose,) te llie wrung
lings muiI weaknesses of two fnnillv
groups Is sl.iiwn in "Ilearl's Haven."
a Clara Louise Hiiriiliani story. The
, i ast tentnliis u number of unusual
i types, mid both Claire McDowell and
I U'lbert McKlm stninl out with consist censist
j cut and powerful characterizations.
, Carl liniitNoert and Claire Adams arc
I uNn In the cast.
Lerraine and Cngwin, assisted by
Margaret Davies, have u musical
comedy act that wen instant approval,
ftoed music was cicierh interwoven in
making this turn a decided and desened
triumph. Swift nnd ixclley repealed
Ihcir success with "(ittin I'reps," '
Anetlier big winner wns William F.bs
in a vcntrilniiuist act. This lias a de-
in
n for soeil incasuie. .inc r i.ineis, ,i , IMI pniueunceil It a cemn eln .n..'
l'liilaileliJila girl, scmcil one of the ' .-y M,-,e, musical comedy and rw.
i nits ei ine snow nun n .i.ii.-i..... ... i sun-, appears ie very
I new songs. Mie were sevcini iiiiiin-
some gowns. The bill also Included
Morten in a nevri, aci, nm
ami t-iuiy. ami ,iiick ami m-si, iiin
letes. The picture program is vlitutilly
a whole show in itself.
NTMll
L'OlllI niU-nnl...
an act wiilcb aids slrem.il, i .f
ell,..l-M Imi. ,i i.iii ...i .. "" '.: "'
......... .... ,..,,. .,,,,, nun wus upll ..
ceiwil by the audience: while Lew Wn I
...in i,.,ii,n,lti. n.t.l .!,. . J1
..., . ,...,t,, ,,.,,, ,,,, i.iiH-r ncis eatne li
fill fl I'lKllI t-llllllfl nl n.,,,1...
.-.. .. ,".... ..xtiti, y,L IIII1IU-11,
Orpheum Dancing Dezen
nerseii who wants a Utile
linisli. Keines amlitheli
Tl
everilhiiiff will Iilnl it ill tliis show
which Is featured by Ned Way-burn s
Dancing Dn.rn. Tills agrfiegalien seis
the pace for eriginar.ly mul speed.
Thev work like ii whirlwind and vary
(eitiner. juvenile musicians, wen sev
Mai encores, A geed opener was done
by Itronsen and Kilwards witli their
nonsense. A trained cat helps along.
The sensational Valenlincs' prexctl a
geed closer. 1 'at rnns who left before
Ibis act missed n treat. Kiinny Aesop
Cables was alie shown.
letitlid per-
both the
f Ari'i'ii's
, iieti. there
si nipiithi'iic
ihe young
I, Hie Mialiiieti. eflnine as his
Ivan Simpotiseii. an . -. 1 1 -1 ; 1 1 Ti 1 1 i .
as the iilet, and a little lm
Mickey lientiett who is a
Capitel A rnllier exaggerated por
trait of a country boy with nspiratlens
for the stage is given by Charles Hay
in "The H.iriisteriuer." It is ftinnv.
mere often tliiiu ll is human, and the
stety Is interesting, rather than be be
llevible. The here, .leel. after many
dreams of fnetllgbt successes, joins a
iiiie-tiiglit-sl.'iud liarn.stei ming com cem
nam. mn! has many trinls and trlbu trlbu
Pitletis. There arc many hearty laughs
'.ii this comedy.
"Oh. Yeu Sheik!"
iirprising situation.
Cress Keys
Laughter and
make the comedy presented by Clay M.
Crouch and company called "Uh.'Ye.i
Sheik!" the big fun feature of the
show. Mr. Crouch hns his own idea
concerning the policies of a Sheik, hip
they seeuile he based along practiin,
lines, lie is assisted by a ct-y cap'ihle
east and llie act also lias many un
usual iffeets. Hemer Dickinsen and
floret Tempest sing anil dunce en
tertniningly and were appreciated. Wai
ter Kaiiffmaii, blnckfaccd, ami Kox and
ffering with dunces of many
pencils. A corps et wtMl-lraineii tiess
appeared in an act tailed "(latltier's
l!ilcklacfs." mul sliewcti that they
could be depended en te erect anything
from a bungalow te an office hulling.
"ISrnoinstlek" I'lltntt and Habe La
Tour were a laughing riot In an act
Idled with cemisly and music. Leen
Varvara scored musically in "The Invo
lution of a 1'laiie," and the Kiinawanza
.laps and Maltlyle Lippnrd in musical
skit also pleased. Katherine Mc
Donald, In "The Beautiful Liar," N
the tilm attraction.
Fay's Bullet-Proof Weman
The seemingly impossible Is accom
plished by two skilled mntl'smcii. who
Ine through a woman after making all
sorts of difficult shuts under trying con
ditions. The f"."H of sheeting llueiigh
the woman is done mi a fully lighted
stage and caused a general gasp. As
w Me.
s'sler
ligllte,
i.amei
potential star.
Here is u deep
i ralic fe.-itiite wliic
tilm ctities.
I Allegheny "At 4 P. M."
i ut. ii. -,,,,
,' 'l ' " n musical temM.
i revue, Is this week's hnatlliiie at ih.
pnpuirr vaudeville house and tlrlI-1,1.
ainlleiices ut tliu opening perfei inaiiei I
alda. billed as nu Jnternntlemi
ilfllli.nllL.n li II di tttri,, ,! I.. .. f ""
" , '. . ,' """ I'eiftng in iter mt
which features many novel crcntlmw'
Miier uiiiii ners en the program Inclmb
Laciim anil Lee, ceinviliaiis, In a mti
.'..tilled "What De Vim Mean?'' Ir,
Ll Clcve. a musical feature The nin
feature is "Sherlock IIies," hi
.leliuy Harrymeie mid an all-stnr can
The screen ersieiUs sttnnger tlmn t,;
iui, nun niMlls iniert-SI lUIUllgtlllllt,
Broadway Yvette
Yette. singing and dancing violin-
isic, nun iicr own nam , hemN n
I.III C. ,1.1 1. ...I I.I. """. u
nn ,. nn HTh, viirn, as a whole.
s ,-..-. e....,,ii,j s,mii. vainer ientures In
dude Donevan ami Lee. syiiips. run...,.
and dancing, and La Dere and Iteckman
In an iilitisunlly pleasing novelty whl'rti
cltcitfil a hearty round of applim-- ,t
iin- iiii-iiiiik jiui niiiiiiuiL-e. I lie IHOVltlt-
pictuin feature is "The Count of Menti
Crlste," with Jehn Cilbert In ihe i.j.
ing relp. Tills is a film classic, and li
staged with a wealth of realism tliat
ninn Kit'uii.i te ui'j sun' ,
toned and ariste- !
i euglii te win ohm !
.i,
II. e ll.
tl.it
Ill ,l
if. -t
I
,rd
mi
I'll-" iiiiiiu
' h'lsi.ist n'
p'n.i ' "p
MM b. II"
j-eel ..f the I nil
as most of tl.im I
linll.it- du,.lig I'm
-i! tl 11", e
This In' V
pane n "" the plot
Is '! el I tu eld
d-I.-t en of ! mill
ik'tig ; " I dii. 's
.1- cl cruses, -id
-1 us I.. nss .ir.
"ii 'i.. g v ith 'i
mil . hoi.. t!
.Hree ,'in mn
s il' .' re M
, duel ie"
l-l Ills
reditu!'."
line of th"
i e"ei led
tig time
of the p.
iiumb-M s
,avc b". n
long 'W
i..'i ut i
most i ii-
i mi, steal
a 'id t'.i-'i""
pillar .-', -
esieei.r,
tll.lde fi
Yerk t',1 'i
C.ltb e.-n -cab- the
tii.it'"". r. nut tl "i
te pel lllll tl." Inti
and s.ii g and s,,.,
miii ,,,:ir'" : -. as i '
the u ',,, . ti'elai ..
Hlinsii.ti i ideas.',,
inni' il I, , kginii'i
aier'ig". ,i cl w i'
Aldlne -Separated from all the pomp
and cereme'iv that attciu'",! its ,pen
iig. "Tin I'riseiit-r of Xi'iuia" 'u'.y '
designated as u mighty geed ndieuture
s"eri which is stiperl.li acted, but neier
touches, citlni- in an of warmth of
terest. the original Antheny llepi
relu.llice.
Hex Ingrain is net fric of that tain!
that se butts the wink et tilm i.irect,
the iiisi-encc en making '.atiges
the subiei-ts ill- lilins. Tile illll'lges
"The l'riselier of Zeiuh'" ll, a Ilel
ital te the story, and they iiniv net
objected te at all by many, bit it
hard te see jSt willll W.ls g lined
the emission nf the "ten pirn
which Hmlelph "ciilert.iini d
nrd. lleisiiiiiii and' the ether
hireling of i'.lack Mtth.icl.
I'Miialli hard te see win the tl
t.i'ss nf the lesi
i i t'.rely allereil
lietl ll
ll' minus
It Is
htlsi-
le of llie Ling had te be
ci en te ll," disposition
1 '
i." th
e.'ii
l!et -a
ii tl pi.
i-'illbiMf
I tin's!
, l.. .1 s
,u. ght' r
tet est II
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se, pn'm
MIL" am.
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pi It
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11"
W li tl II, l.l'"l't
gl.nl In lehlte.
s i-nd lias hi" ii
, IV;
gnu
tin- ,
one
lllpl
ilidn'
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' I'm
i win,
.p.-cl-li les.
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t sh,,,.-
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...'.. ' t ant 's n '
piny s the i rt
' lllOsi I" el"il 1
' his '..-! pic. .-s that 1.
- bi-c.L,is,s I,,,. j,,i, l,,r'
like I is pluiupiM vs an
I'en. e. 'k litis a sph ml
ly " lis a 'cost ,i tu i a'
,t ',' tn-'.N in ire tli. i
'im- Heward M.i'-'
i ,, ing bni'iin w lm i .
1. 1 hoi becii'lsi- In
.1 'e..'.iig . l.d an in t ami has a rl,
: i T tenor i.i... I !gn Cm k w.i
' I it i. sti, I as an iinpl- -i'mii
tl.-r spmls HIIK-Ii .''
'. ".ii: t . -i is far i,,e !
,.i ii. m. in for .ini eritb is, ii ,,
..!,.' s.n- p -I- i-d the tempera n i '
,i-t gum i iin;, with a Mi. "
i ryl.edy glad te 'en her '.
i. i It's ( 1 ji ii t if ii 1 back. 1 1 ..
1 1,
the i . "Ill lit
feri ii- tli.nigh
.s ei ei ein'e
eritus ,i, an
in', and Lminle
i .1ST. v. eie ", ,
lie always nvep
Ann M''hitrn. -ndmiralile
ehsr.i
Nl"las
CASINO'S
( aslne ' Hi
Wei l'.ir
si III,'. '. I'll
PARISIAN REVUE
hide Hubble." U :
Inn rei ue. w 1 "h . i . m
i ", tut lie .hi a , ,ii
li'
he w.ls fen CM
tic at Zemin
I nl b r" were
of
i ni.
'J'
i ,
riailiineiit.
-is ".' especially lliteii
I'tr'ier ii -ii'iies rcpreseiittng ,,
i i-'ea. -. Mnnli (Irns, Li-n . te- ,s ,
I... Ien . tin- beach at Vi.niki, I'
. afes mul ninny ethers. i he i-iist
Mi
ii -id
11 of in
I .'1,1
m: a
I.-'
i.i rg.
.it ii ,
T" ,1
i ie'isaiit surprise f.n- ' ,.
'. l"l ce. ,Ine Krei'd t,.. ,
a lined v and did it
- irv ci- and skil' It
r " fel. inline pnttleli iff.
and nttractiN e i h,, ,'s
uld 1 nth sin;; and ...nn i
UMtllbel of t.llklll.g t ll.l s
III-I"
I'll.
ll.l
1.1 ll.l.. Il II.
wi.'. ,.f M..
'It pini.'is it
1 ',., nm' gil'fs
ti.e . eiliiitiy
f ir dist.n, live
"UP THE LADDER" IN STOCK
Mae Desmond Plays Rele of Yeung
Wife Whose We.iltn B-ing Sorrow
I liven Dills' iniiiiij. i-t , win.'
was r". etitli p in i .1 ne
loll is the let n '. t .
I i.'-i .elid a d I "i" si
I 1 . ' . s le he I sph n,l ,
th" in my fni'.r.ti-s
splendid oppert i nit v
work
Ml-s Detni""' pliiv- the role of the
e"tu' wife, w 1 e niid th'it w th even
advaiiceini'iit her '.'i-hnnd makes up the
'liiiT of silli.SH there s ,.ss nnd leSb
pence nnd hnppine-s m their hniiseheld
Three .ii-nlle i ham, tnrs, tvpieal of tl.n
t res--iit geiieriiti-.il, fein an espieiallv
intere -titig p-irt i.f the -teri.
I Pn ,k I'le'dirr. .Mm W Lntt, Ln l-e
Snnf -i f I . Hem i in rile DKi,rresi D", i
lev, s, iiiinci Ni' I ds an I ethers in ie
east t. int. rei iii(t e , inn terUatun, .
and tne stag ng is iiliuns ndeiiuite
revue. AIlli"lll,cet.,eni v
ob' 'hit. li public reeeptn n wdl
Id i-r. day following ih i intlnte.
"Limit Girls" at Bijou
IHJeil - A liurlestiie atlrrn tle-i t ,
li
.I'i
ie.
a ;,ttl. e it el tne or muni nns
i '.'ti"l hist night when "The
ifir's" show madii its de'nit in n
n d,i , e, I hen- Is p'ein i
n , I I. i' ' s l-'.i-ll belt' I Miii, ,,
in tl .- list-meiing pi rfi.iiini'ii .. Th..
t i as h'-ndeJ by Celeste Hn (. ,rd, a
-Hibrertc well above the ni-iriige, nn,
-in. icceivci! capable .csistunci frnm
ll.irri Kt el-son. Hill I nriinii und I.h.jd
J'. ilni'k. a hard-working trio ,t (n'n.
makers The chorus was large and gee I
looking There will be 'he ust.nl bu.
ing H'uturcs n cmicMiay and t rlda
i.lslit
lai
Shows That Remain
nil" t)--"Th i zarlna a satlrlc.il
cniiinly of I'.iinerlne II of Russia,
ii Hli J lm is Iii ,im
Fer .'.". '7 'Sally.' muslcul cemedv
', e wllh Marl n .MlllHr and
Le ni Hrrel
iSKIItnpeUTAX Ol'EUA IIOI.'SE
The Hegirar's Opira, ' Jehn
Ci i i famuus old mUHlral fuverite
API i rii! - "The DcmNVlrum "
Aveiy Hopwood farce of troubles
In Hollywood, with Haxal Dawn,
Trocadere'a New Shew
'I rnradere "The Tange fi,rN pr.
i ule a idinii tliat Is brimmin,' mr j,
grind substantiiil enlertainmi nr. M.,
Du.ell. danneuhe, is a spi-euil nttine."
tien. and her repertoire of nevf-1 Hteps
iir well as the variety of gowns she
wears, muku her of iiiiumuiiI intuest y
burlcsiiue fans. The uist of 'The
Tange JlrlH" Inclinie- Cen Dalei, Sam
Hiichi'ii, Irene Callamnn. Ilabe Whellen
and Tim Hraly. There U nn attractive
chorus.
Tn-
phetiiKrd
lie
r.VKN IN THE M.AIl-KAHT
niieriiri"'. wi 'e 1 . ni
.-niten
nf ine relief work In Pmyrra In Qft ion-
,ei iipia, it wti pm en ei m miinv unuul
pleiurti gruclnir lh Jlolearavum Hctlen t
I (he HmifUy PL'RI.IO l.ci'Hi.- ' 5Uk. It i
llitiit - Adv. I
lh.it fascinating
ut. in. We are
lieii.'ii'i". that the neiel
faithf'llli let. lined.
'1 he best thing about the picturUntwii
,,f th" bulli old ailieiituie i.irn is tl,"
casting lliinien Nuiarin as Kuperl is
as engaging a tigui" .imi as dn-eli
iiiiMcrncil le tin lob' '- Winn u as any
.mn lime been seen here in - ve
iii'iirs. lb is ju-t fn-clii.ttiiig enough,
' Hist diabolical enough and lu-t dam.,
'enough te lie th" ub'nl It'll" r' Aim'
Tern was just what we til ways pn -
utri -I fji'rini'i'ss riiiiia. Minenly yet
wheliv feminine, ami ju-t about the
i i 'fas. .natltig l-ading holy of ibe
si i ,.,-n l.iwls Stun'", in the dual mi"
. f Kiiih.Ipll and K'UR. eierc-mie the
lisfiele ei age and looked for all the
..lid til" Lnglish travf.'" an I ailvcii
,ier w.th tweed suit and all Hubert
I'lb'snii was Colonel Sapt te the life.
IsiulT. blustermc. but kind, Ldwt '.
I'eiinel'y vas Marshal Straken'. Stuart
lielmis' niiide a superb I'.l.iek Mleliacl,
Malcolm Mcllieger, a ynnnger mail with
, i rseii.iliii . shone as l'ntz, and liar
'.ara La Man" was a sidm'tue Antoi Antei
neite tie Muubiin.
T'.e pi.otegrapliy wns n Veen disap-
i.eintiiient. It was. at b"-t. uneven.
. . . . . . i . ...i i i .
scenes ut tne coren.-iii i m . ..i....-
inte kinc. the ball when
'.rtn i proposal and tl
i- ill. i sinister ".Lie
n'l elTtctlvely scr-eneil
l'l,,. stnn of the "IV. M.nei-
'.Mi'la" ueties mistakes nu ' ui , ij u pro pre pro
ntien The adieiit'ircs ni nn I'nglNli
imn niasiiueradiiig as t1'- King of
Ituiiiaiiln. while th" ren' ii.eiiarch N
Mid pn-ener by n villainous Duke, are
'.eniened hi an Interesting hue 'lery
eiiceruiiis'his affection ler tlie I'rln
. .-s, and their final saerit'ee, when tlie
King is re'eued nnd the here i et urn
t, Hi. gland T't" are tlir.lN. tear-.
1,'islis and mul" thrills, but the grim
t.'n t remain they belong te Antheny
Hype, net te Ingram or the continuity
writers.
At afternoon and rvenlng shows yes
terday a number of f-t.-irs, who had
accompanied Man us Loew from New
Verk for the ecuiinn. were Introduced
'I here were Johnny Hint's and "Sheriff"
l'ellv Meran te supply the coined .
Anita Stewait. who inadii a bnef
speech; lMwnrd Karl fplaying in the
film at the Simile i. Mine. Deraldlnn.
I'.'.'ter Ki.iten, Texas (iiiinan, Charles
11 ,i, hltisen. Nina Whitmore, J. Harney
ii-rr aid ncti i etln-is. Similar pei
snii.il nppi 'iranees will be made at te
dny's j i rfertuaiices
Iv.irltnii Tlicre Is nethiiiB partlcu
inrlv vital or substantial about the
p.et'urlzntieii of Clyde I'ltch's once
pr,iular play, "The Cowboy and the
Lady," but it has a real undercurrent
of humor nnd is us different from the
average film of Western setting as black
from white.
The theme Is a slight vnrintlen of the
old story of the elite Knst and the
rough-and-ready West, the forum
being the feminine nnd the latter the
ii u-culine end of a love affair. The hue
affair of society and the plains moves
leisiireii. hut pleasantly, te Its cenclu
sien, being snied nu u numtifr or occa
sions from banality by borne delicious
humor.
If ever there was n two-party pic
tare, this is It. Tem Moere, his usual
bubbling, personable self as the Cowboy,
ami Marv Mlbi Mlnter, returned from
an e.iteiuleal absence from the screen, as
the Ladi. haie the story aime-ii ni ie
inemseives
es
Maigne and the nhotearaphy are both
excellent,
Arradla The eld-fiimlHarnnd every-
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