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CURRENT ATTRACTIONS CONTI NTH) "G??? PAO? TWO. prim?, donna* ot burlesque, 1? leading lady. Th? cast Include* auch notables aa Beul? Crandall, Carrie Fennell. Ned Woodley, Joe Cunningham and Jack Joell. They are supported by a chorus of thirty youthful, sprightly "daffydills" who cavort through the mases of some novel dancing offer ir' While moat of th? popular features Hat the ?how hav? been retained, a number of Innovation? have been made in this season's offering of "Bam Rice and His Daffydills" that have proved pleasing all along the t-trcutt so far. Lyeewsa??The Anto Girla." Maids, mirth and melody will reign supreme in "The Auto Giri?," a new Simond and Lake burlesque produc tion, which comes to the Lyceum "Theater this afternoon fo ra week's ran. Carol Sherwood, a Washington girl, who haa attained unusual ?uc oess in the burlesque field, will be tbe leading star, with Billy Wild ?nd Jame? J. Lake featured in masculine fole? Wild will supply the major portion t>f the mirth, with Lake acting aa an excellent foil, according to advance reports. They will be assisted by a superior cast including Billy Hallman. Anita May and Mule Bradford. Special attraction? for the current ?? at the Lyceum will be Vennittl. noted accordloniat and Mlle. de Pinna, sensational artist. A chorus ?f bewitching girls who can sing and lance I* th? promis? for th? supple ment to "The Auto Girls." The bill arni be shown for th? entire week, irtth dally matinee*. kaaew'a I olnnakia?Marguerite Clark. Marguerite Clark will be seen at taoew'? Columbia today and through Wednesday In "Out of a Clear Sky." It to an adaptation for the screen by """bar?es Maigne from the novel of the same name by Maria Thomtwon Da immt. in which the principal eharaetea hi Celeste, the tiny but stately BeP? fimo countess. Her scheming ancle demands that the offer herself as a pawn of ?tate. ID order that his relation? with Ger BaUiy might be improved. Celeste re hi*es to agree to a marriage with a Barman prince, and escapes with her Inverness to America. Her uncle foi bwa her abroad, however, but when fra? ship docks ahe elude? him said ??itches a train for the South, hiding m a Tennessee mountain gorge. There afa? is discovered by Bob Lawrence?, t handsome young woodsman and traalthv landowner, who lends hi? ?id to baffle the uncle. Scenes of inten dry and sensationalism take place. nse role of Celeste Is one of great sympathy, and It is probably, the -asarriest one Mis? Clark has essayed lor some time. Comedy and current event reel? will liso be shown. Thursday and for the | ut half of the week a double bill ofi psUures will be' shown which includes Ithel Clayton in "The Girl Who Came ' Back" and Fatty Arbuckle in "The I Cook." I??re'. Garden??The Green God." Three photoplays of more than av is-age appeal are scheduled for presen tatinn at Moore's Garden Theater this "rack. Beginning today and continu ing through Tuesday Vitagraph will ?resent as the feature of the bill "The Breen God." visualizing a fascinating, iwlft-moving story of love and out Ked Oriental mysticism. Harry ?ey is star of this picture, with 3etty Blythe. one of the most chsrm a3*c actresses upon tb? ?creet, cast ? the leading feminine role. The Iroduction 1? an especially elaborate me. as the nature of the drama de mands, and the high quality of the ictlng may be Judged from the fact "hat Arthur Donaldson also is cast ? an Important role. On Wednesday and Thursday Blue ?lrd's new ?tar. Frit*! Brunette, will te pictured In tbe stellar role of the najor offering. 'Playthings." a E en version of Sidney Toler's ? play of the same name. In engrossing silent drama Miss Brunette ia cast in the role of a munir girl who permits her love to tver-balance her better Judgment "he play ?nay be said to exemplify tudyarrt Kipling's famous lines: "The ?Ins ye do. two by two. ye shall pay sr, one by one." For the last two days of the week be chief attraction at the Garden rill be "The Clutch of Circumstance," I new Vitagraph vehicle for the gen rous talents of Corinne Griffith, one ?t the most delightful personalities ?efore the camera- In this appealing .icture Mis? Griffith is filmed as loung Puritan who lights a bitter ight in a great city to aav? her In valid husband. The production and ?upportinar cast are said to be oom nensurate with the ability of the tar. All of the feature* will be supple nented as usual with short reel omedies and orchestral accompani sent Moore-'? erranti?Tot Hnahanrf. "Only.?" "For Husbands Only." Loie Weber'? ?t4*t da luxe photoplay production, ? b? seen at Moore's Strand Theater tie first four day? of thi* week, be Inntng today. 1* one of the most smarkahle pictures released In re snt months In every detail this object is one of superlative meri?. ad the cast, led by Mildred Harrte, oquits itself in a manner that must tnxtmand the Interested respect of all iho appreciate skillful eharacterisa km. Th? story Is on? of the over-rich rad a young; girl's attempt to give millionaire masher a taste of bis wn medlctn?, with results that al ?ost upset her shrewdly laid plan. "he scenes depicting the action of a lay within a play and tho?? repre ?nting the home? of the rich, are dually correct in detail and magni ft - snt in general effect There is about ha entire production an atmosphere f actuality that frequently la miss ig from the screen. Lewi? J. Cody oe? admirable work in the role op osite the exquisite star. "For Hus ands Only" easily surpasses that ther Lois Weber masterpiece. "The rice of a Good Time." For tbe last three days of th? week. tie Strand screen will be occupied y Seeaue Hayakawa. who for the rst time will be pictured as ?tar of photoplay made by his own com any and released by the Mutual laworth combination. Th? title uf I* first super-picture I* "HI* Blrth l?ht" Th? subject I* said to afford le star an opportunity to do his best ?ork to th? role of an avenger who tght? wrong? that were done his ?other. A distinguished supporting sat and elaborate production are as urad. Marin Sai? and Mary Ander ?n play th? feminine lead? together 'ith Tsuru Aokt Mrs. Hayakawa in rtvat? life, and Harry van Meter, 1? second male lead. Both feature* win be supplemented y news and comedy reels and spe mi orchestral accompaniment '.?-"?????V .ode? til?. "The Golden Bird." featured by latti? Kitchener, a dainty violinist t an act beautiful a? well a? of nusual interest will lead a ?even tt bill of ihrtng vaudeville at the otrmo? Theater thi* week, and thi? ? ill be supplemented with the fasci atlng screen story of Axah. the rp?y prince??, in Naxlraova's Toys f Fate," th? extraordinary matinee ttractlon; a ?un?sh?-? ta'jghmaker Th? Divers Last Kiss." and the ?tv?i Pt?4?, xub i?a iut?t aO?ti ng ? ews picture news from the war. Glenn and Jenkins, the Zulu comedians tn ?White Wings," will bring the big laughraaker; Marva Rehn, singing comedienne, with Bertie Fitch, pianist, a galaxy of pretty songs of the lively sort; Albert Cardo and Rae Noel, formerly with the Bostoniens snd Aborn Opera Company, musical comedy Incidents with operatic melo die?; Jenks and Allen, a comedy scream "From Rubevlile:" Bartello Brothers, acrobatic comique?, a very amusing "bump" novelty. and Howard Langford, formerly with "Katlnka," a bright monologue of comedy and song. Today's performance*, starting at 3 p. m., will feature the attractive little musical oomedy, "Pardon Me, which runs forty-five minutes, and standard bill of vaudeville. Folly? "Midnight Rown?era." The Folly Theater will commence It? winter season this week by presenting "The Midnight Rounders," in a pre tentious burlesque show entitled "Stranded on the Mexican Border.' The personnel of the company in cude? Tom Greeley. Frank Gate?, Shirley Mlllett, Ella Brtnkley. Edna Relder, Ibe* Gordon, Ruby Garrison, Irving Hampton, Estelle Morford. Florence Hanson, Eva Garrison and other popular entertainers, besides a chorus of twenty-two singing and dancing beauties. Among the musical numbers are Dixie Military Ball." "Paul Revere," "I Hate to Lose Too." "Oh. Harry. Harry." and "Spanish Dancer from Madrid." Several novel scenic effects will be Introduced." Cheoapeake Beaeh. The amuaement season at Chesa peake Beach will be brought to a close tonight after a gala cleetng day. Th? numerous boardwalk amuse ment? will be in full operation throughout the day. and there will be free dancing and free band con cert?. Ftehtng. crabbing, and surf bathing are ether attractions. The several cafes will be open to ester to the large crowds. Trains will leave the District line at 9:*) and 11 ? a. m. and 2:3(1, 4 is and I p. m. Returning trains will leave the resort at 12:30, 3. ?. ?. and 10 p. m. Additional trains will be operated if the sise of the crowd war rants the ?ervice. gt?aua?r Charlea Maealesrter. The steamer Charle* Macalester will this afternoon make another of those delightful trips down the Poto mac, turning at a point opposite In dian Head for th? home Journey. In addition to an enjoyable water ride, the passenger is enabled to view at lose hand some of the government's most Important war aotivitiea. Includ ing the Glesboro steel plant, the Alexandria shipyard?, and Fort* Foot, Washington and Hunt On week-day nights only the same trip will be made, so long a* the weather permita, departures being made from the Seventh street wharves at 7 p. m. Gossip from Filmland. CONTINCBD FROM PAOB TWO. Make-Believe Wife." the Edward t'hilds Carpenter story scenariolxed hy Adrian Gil-Spear, have returned from Lake Placid ln the Adlrondacks. where they have been working for nearly a month under Director John Robertson. They ara now at Fort Lee, where the remaining scenes will h? taken. David Powell Is Mis? Burke'? leading man In thi* picture, whhlch I? a farce. Other player? in the cast are Alfred Hickman, Howard Johnson. Wray Page. Isabel O'Madl- 1 san. Ida Darling. Frances Kaye. Bleelow Cooper and F. Gatenbery Bell. Director Robertson is being assisted by Frank Walton, with Will iam Marshall at the camera. \ "almo?a"a "War Film. A wartime romance 1? Mme. Nazl mova'a contribution to the Metro list of photoplay? produced in be half of the Fourth Liberty Loan campaign. Mme. Nazi mova has not only acted the principal role In the picture, but Is its author aa well. The Russian star has acknowl edged "in all reverence and humil ity," to use her own words, her indebtedness to a news report of an actual happening, as published In a New York newspaper, in one of the beleaguered town? of Franc?, for the lnsipration of her atory. The ln- ? cidenta in the star', photoplay are not Identical with thoae contained in thi? actual occurrence, but the spirit of nobility and self-sacrifice are the ?ame, and the central thought 1? identical. Mme. Na?lmova ha.? called her lib erty loan picture "A Woman of France." In It ?he play? Louise, the daughter of Marquis X, owner of a chateau which the German officer? who have captured the town have taken as their headquarter?. "Geab Hiera the K*l*er!? The new John Emerson-Anita Loos production for Paramount, "Gosh Darn the Kaiser,"- tn which Shirley Mason and Ernest Truex are co starred, is coming along under the direction of Mr. Emerson at the New York studio. ?? past week ha? been devoted for the moat part to the film ing of ?cene? in which Kaiser Wil helm la ene of the central figures? for thla picture la a trakeaty on the many Kaiser play? which recently have made their appearanqe. The Kaiser I? played by Joeeph Allen. . PROMISED NEXT WEEK. CONT1SCID FROM PAGI TWO. of Mr?. Mary Roberta Kin.-hart's "The Street of Seven Stars": Friday and Saturday by Monroe Salisbury In another Inimitable French-Canuck role which furnishes stellar Interest In "That Devil Bat?ese." All of the features will be supplemented by short reel? and orchestral accompani ment l..e.a?, GelamhlB?Mary Plrkford. Beginning next Sunday and all week Mary Pickford will se ?een at Loew'? Columbia in "Johanna En list?." Johanna 1? a little country girl in a dull environment who lontra and pray? for a "beau." Her prayer ia answered by a regiment. Three be come ?ultore; two bitter rivals, dur ing a two weeks' encampment, and the third quietly wlna the girl. Dur ing the brief period Johanna develops with almost startling rapidity, from a raw specimen to a graceful little creature, largely through her own ef fort?, and these furnish the kind ot comedy material Mis? Pickford en joy?. Most amusing are her attempts on the lawn to acquire the grace at tained in rhythmic movements. All that she has to guide her Is the print of a lady posing In little else than ttause. She also decides to take a milk bath In the dairy, with conse quence? both ?musing and disastrous. NEW PRODUCTIONS BID FOR APPROVAL OF WASHINGTONIANS COSTIN?HJ FROM PAOB TWO. Now famed as one of the most agile of dancers, unique and su premely graceful, the success of the Midnight Follie? and the Cohan Re vue. It I? hard to believe that Miss Brown was "kicked out" of the first chorus In which she found a place, at leaat a? long aa rehearsal? lasted. Mie? Brown tell? the ?tory her self. The awful deed took place In the Gu? Edwards show. After four weeks rehesreal, that 'i'tall thin girl with the long lega" waa told her ?ervice? were no longer re quired. But thl? only ?erved to stimulate her ambition to make a name for herself. Confidence and determination soon brought suc c?s?. Merer Ms. "Steely" ?t*. Harry T. Morey. one of photoplay's most forceful and popular ?tars, excel? In Tirile role*, and often 1? referred to as "the player with eteel in his eye,'? He was born and educated in Charlotte. Mich., leaving to take up the stage a? a profession. Trying Shakesperean role? with vary ing ?ucees?, he found his forte In musical comedy, making a splendid reputation tn Weher and Fields. Anna Held. Montgomery and Stone, and Cohan and Harris show?. Turning then to motion pictures, he wa? welcomed by Vltaeraph and ha? remained with Vitagraph, appearing AMUSE.MENTS. AMUSEMENTS. POLi'S TOMORROW AT 8:30 AND ALL THIS WEEK. MATS. THURS. & SAT. 8ELWYN ? CO. PRESENT JANE COWL wmmim?, please!1 ?K By JANE COWL and JANE MURFIN "AC C BLANCHE YURKA Authors of "LILAC TIME"? With ? Distinguishing Cast, Including ORME CALDARA BLANCHE YV HENRY STEPHENSON ALAN BROOKS VIOLA COMPTON ROLAND RENDEL ?VEXT WEEK A. H. WOODS Preaent? The Comedy Supreme, ?EATS TUESDAY "BUSINESS BEFORE PLEASURE" By MONTAGCE GLASS and JCLE9 ECKEHT GOODMAJT WITH BAHNET BERNARD and ALEXANDER CARR And ?he Oliai??! Near York < ????????t Direct from a Year's Ran at the Eltlnge Theater, New York. Tomorrow SHUBERT-BELASCO Matinees a* s.* j THEATER PSmT* We to tZJ? ?? ..hlnaton a Playhonae Reantlfnl. ?m, ,? ,, w ? Direction M ?are. Lee at J. J. Shubert. * Pr???aantin? Quit ?Jo. roratnoat Fonatan ?od Natia? Artist? and Attraction?. John D. tv llllam. Announce. ?A Galli Corel Triumph."??. Y. Globe. LIONEL BARRYMORE In "The ? tronar, t and Most Stirring Play ?f ?he Sms??.-??. ?. etc. World. THE COPPERHEAD By Ana-uarn. Thoma?. ?A Play That audience? Cheer."?if. T. Ere. "??all. Next Week?Commencing Monda??Seat? TOnaorr??? BERTHA KALICH la a New Play of thr Preaent, ?THE RIDDLE WOMAN" With a Notable Cast. Inelndln* ROBERT EDESON. A. K. ANSON and ALBERT BRCNING. flights of In nearly all of that company'? great eat successes. His most conspicuous early film performance? were in "The Scar," "The Shadow of Fear," "The Making Over of Geoffrey Manning." "My Officiai Wife." "The Next Gene ration," and "Salvation Joan." In the last named film he played opposite Edna May. Mr. Morey waa then co-starred with Alice Joyce In a number of features, including "Whom the God? Destroy," "The Courage of Silence." and "The Third Party." He also Is remembered for hi? fine work in two big Vltagraph special productlone. "Within the Law," by Bayard Veiller, and "Womanhood. the Glory of the Nation." by J. Stuart Blackton and Cyru? Towneend Brady, in both of which he played opposite Mis? Joyce. He 1? now adding to hi, reputation by hi, work ln Blue Ribbon Features. He ha? an effective rol? in "The Green God." which will be ?een In the Garden Theater through Tuesday Betty Blythe play? opposite him. ?Unoke Fund Benefit. Mies Charlotte Walker and her company in "Nancy Lee" will give a big "amoke fund benefit" under the auspice? of the Overseas Tobacco Fund, at the Garrlck Theater. Phila delphia, on Thursday. September 19. Member? of the Emergency Aid So ciety of Philadelphia and many prom inent society leader? will act as pa trone??e? of a gala dance to be given on the ?tage at the termination of the performance. The play was chosen from among the Philadelphia successes because of Its great popu lar appeal. It will be aeen in thl? city at the National Theater for one week beginning November U." THEATRICAL BRIEFS. Thl? week will probably be the laat In which Washington will have an opportunity of seeing Florence Mills on the ?peaking stage. Mi?? Mill?, who is eaat in the leading role of "The Merry Rounder?" at the Gay etq, ha? ?igned a contract with Gold wyn Picture?, effective next fall. In the Interval between the cloee of her present engagement and her entry Into the world of celluloid. Miss Milla will go to France to entertain the ?oldlers. James Weeden. msneger of the ''Merry Rounder?" company, ha? found upon canvassing the male members of his organisation, that every one la of draft age. and thai he, whose work Is entlrelr "back stage," 1? the onlr exception. 8hould all be called, he believe? that 100 per cent girl show? will be the result. At a meeting of the managers In terested ln "The Over There Theater League," Chamberlain Brown ten dered the services of Zoe Barnett Wlnona Winter and Florence Mill? to form one of the first unit?. Mis? Barnett sang the leading role In the "Miss 8pringtime" company. Miss Winter Is well known ln both musi cal comedy and vaudeville, and Misa Mills Is aoon to enter filmland. Mildred Tyson, the dainty soubrette of the "Merry Rounder?" company, wa? formerly a leading player with the Biograph Pictures and a? euch is well known to Washington picture "fana" Fraternal Order of Eagles At the re*rular meeting of Waeh ngion aerie 126. Thuraday September ). th? committi??? reported th? ex cursion a great sucres?, havln* cleared a Rood ?um. and all returns had as yet not been made. J. Donald Britt secretary of the AMUSEMENTS. HOWARD THEATER 7th & Tei Sts. X. W. km?rrvt J. Thomui Theater ?"??*.. Prep?. The Q unlit y Amusement Corpo ration, of New York City, Presenta The Play of the ?eaaon. ARIZONA ? Military Dram* In Poor Art*, hr ?narn.t.i? Thoma*. All-Mar Canti lorn Brasai, Walker Thompson, Luke Scott. Barrlnarton Carter. Ckarlr? Old en. Jim Borri??, (?reme Oki?.tle, Ralph David, Then* Bluford. Irene Elmere, Evelyn Fill?, Ine* dough. A Real Bree?r Wc.ter* l'In? ?.omethln* You Will Talk ?hont If Iah t Pri?e*. 25r, 33r and SOe. Matinee. All Seat?, 2tVr. ?text 'Week?G!? rthlnsrs. All Mar Cast. Mount Vernon Daily Except Sonda* at 10 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. SPECIAL TODAY at 2:30 40-MileRiverTrip At :iS0, Returning at TrOO p. *a. Steamer Charles Macaleiter Pasase? G. S. Arsenal. Alexan dria. Kort Foote, Fort Waah InKton. Fort Hunt. Monat Verno*, Camp Humphrey?, Indian Head. Round trip. BOe. FOLLY THEATER Penna. ?reme at Ninth Street BURLESQUE Fraak fiate, Tasm Greeler aad Rubr ?Harrison In a Famous Burlesque Frolle, "Stranded on the Mexican Border" An Entire New Compaar. M DANCING AA BEAUTIES ?2 m?Yftt BliPiTi the Sta; tember 3. at Baltimore to the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoop?. The bride and groom left for a two week? ?tay at Atlantic City Mr. Britt has held the office of secretary for the past fifteen yean. He has b?e.. very active and faithful to the office which he now holds. P. W. P. Major C. M. Barnes of | San Antonio Aerie. Texas, gave a very interesting talk of the order. Bro. A. H- Scott of Nevada also spoke. The members are Riad to learn that ? Brother Rossa F. Downing, uur Treas urer, Is convalescent and soon will be ? able to he ..ut The next meeting of Washington ! Aerie will be held Thursday Septem- ' ber 19 at Seventh and G streets north- , west. PATRIOTIC PLAY DAY FOR CHILDREN OCT. 12 Recreation Committee Program In cludes Games and Exercises. Children'? 'Patriotic Play Day" will be Saturday, October ia. On that day I the children of Washington will dem- | nnstrat? their games and exercises. Mra Suile Root Rhodes, director of Municipal Play Grounds and chair man of the Recreation Committee of the Children's Tear, nas secured the co-operation of the organisation? In ' the District Interested ln recreational work. In her plans for "Patriotic Play Day" she will be assisted by the Boy Scouts, the Gir] Scouts, the Junior Red Cross and the Camp Flre Girls. In all this Mrs. Rhodes arili have the co-operation and assistance of the force of workers of th? War Camp Community Service. A definite program for the day has heen worked out and it will be given ?tmultaneouely on each play ground. A delegation from euch organisation and the children on every play ground will give an exhibition of their work tn the recreational drive, and thi? will be followed by athletic event? snd various dramatic features. AMUSEMENTS. ge an d tt FIVE SCOTTISH LaADS SELL W. S. S. HERE Plaid Dressed Men Aid War Stamp Drive. Fiv? Scottish lads in plaid klltlea sold war saving? stamps from an automobile truck on prominent street corner? last night. In "burred" accenta they called upon the crowd to ?hell out. When tt looked like things were going alow the crowds aeero to realise that they were about to wttnes? an exhibition of real Scotch "mad" and promptly livened up to avoid every real danger. The cornera where hotels played as the backgrounds were visited by the truck load of plaid mixture. Among the buyer? were many soldiers Th? men, who are members of the com pany of "Jack Wyatta Peotch L?ads and L*ssiee.'' are Jack Wjratt. Jira Baile. Tom Campbell. Jack Hewitt and 1am T2ggart COMMUNITY CENTER TO SING AND DANCE Member? of the Ptney Branch Com munity Center attending the "stng" and dance Tuesday night on the ground? of the John Dickson Home will b? asked to bring, written on paper, the names of their friends and relatives serving Cncl? Sam, "over there." The papers bearing the names will h? banded In st the entrance to the grounds, and everyone present will he told how they msy come In closer touch with the soldiers or ?allora who??? names they have turned ln to community center heads. Thi? plan haa been tried success fully In several other large cities, and It I? ?spected by heads of the com munity center work In this city thst it will help a great many here. Music for the dancing win be fur nished by the Masonic Band. The community singing will be condoeted by Henry A ?he. AMUSEMENTS. NATIONALMA??DAd 'ml? thetxtar Id Waahtm-^on mh-ym%g rmc?amirm?j American mnA terrien star? ot Ora rrmk ?? H If CORT. Prortor. r of ?Primammm Pat.? ?Ftora Bella.?? ?# ??,* am? ?Ptd-dl-rra Three.** Will Offer for Yoir Apprer?! * Musical Comedy of Youth. Joy and Happlncsa, GLORIANNA -v ITU ^"ShEP"* ELEANOR PAINTER "S? LaU Prua? iMxaaa with "PRINCESS PIT." JOSBTH UTOIJ1 JOeBPHINB M "DRU ALEXAND-BR OI?SBZ JAMEa D?NN JHnOA BBOWN HELF.N MAROXA RALPH WHITEHEAD nOROTBT SOUTH VRILLA ETAeWCRTH ?w 1 BOWMAN LLOYD k ?11J? MAKCI ERITTJ ST. CHAIS ?ad ? PanMn? rthora? nt att Brmdvar Raautlaa ?TARTl?fi ?IJIDAT ? WED.?MAT?_SAT. ? ?????* ???G????.?? Klaav A 1 rlnn'.r'? Wo?f i..irt?.u. Maalral Cetwedy Prealnrtl??. THE RIVIERA GIRL Hook and L?rica try Bolter, tad ^Anamh'mte. i?\imc to K-t.mm, Saemmry b? Vrtmm 4 NIAGARA OP MKI-ODY I\ A SETTING OP ?????G? COLOR. TWMo-t-tJ'-riM-^ii?-BM-Uta^ IOEW'0 COLUMBIA ? ?SILt IfcaalAJLhllP.?. onro ? f j?. t? ft ?.?."" Mm.? 10? I 15 ?r?K t?k, ui 10? 154 25' TODAY?MONDAY?TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY MARGUERITE CLARK Supported by Thomas Metghan god an AB-Star Cast m "OUT OF A CLEAR SKY" THURSDAY?FRIDAY?SATURDAY ETHEL CLAYTON In "THE GIRL WHO CAME BACK" FATTY ARBUCKLE m "THE COOK" EXTRA-1 hen LYCEUM Penna. At?, and Elerenth Street Phone Franklin 7568. THE PAH? i: OF BlRLESajrEU ALL THIS WEEK, Matinee Daily Exceeding the Speed Limit. THE Auto Girls ?WITH CAROL SHERWOOD ?wA?HiiraTO!m FAMOUS ???G??. JAS. J. LAKE, BILLY WILD AJTO A Chorus of Sizzling, Sensational Speedsters. ?? 1919 Models In "A Night Among the Pyramids" Two Big Special Feature?? VENNITTI World's Best Piano Accor dionist MLLE. DEPINNA Tke Franck Doll. te Cinema World AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. Continoteli? Daly, 10 A. M te ? P. M STRAND ^D??.u CTDIHR ?-** TODAY--MON.--TUE8.--WED JEW ??? INC.. PRKSBNTS THE IMCOasfPARABL?? PHOTOP1-AT. ?? LOIS WEBER'S ?? J_ g? Big Dramatic Treat HI For the Whole Family Husbands Only fe a tt-ring Mildred Harris Brlnii rose wife 1* the moat deliarhirul. SalartakU psWte, dr.matle feast .he ever ihm:.?? thrssaaak In k?rr . ?.-??- ??eat, ?#? Idea., new *ettta*ra. .nbtle sslth huBaesr. full mt aiu**ailnal rwl.a? darlaalr Freasrk. Asad sake* t?* and ?ae easBaasf rasar ir..e el? ?*?ee. ? tell ?kern tk? ?adln,: It'* tee ?reed te ??eoli: AS TANTALIZING AS A WINK J^* THUR8.--FHI.--SAT. -?? HAWORTH PICTtTRJBS CORP. ?????4. SESSUE HAYAKAWA THE DISTINGl'lSHEP JAPANESE ACTOR. TS TAB ROt.K OF THE AVENGER IN THE FIRST PRODUCTION ?LADE BT HIS OWN COMPANT. HIS BIRTHRIGHT THE STORT OF A NIPPONESE WHO AVBNQaTO WRONGS G???? ins MOTHER GARDEN Week D? t Miti. #11 [) l? ti ErmiT.fi ITODAY-MON.?TUES. VTTAGRAPH'S GIFTstD ?TO-ITTAR* HARRY MOREY and BETTY BLYTHE In THE GREEN COD HE BAKFTJNG STORT OF A ?CTSTERIOI?? VUUDER. FROM THE NOVE!. BT FREDERICK ARNOLD KflaTMBR WED.?THURS. ?.???.??0*8 NEW ITAR. FRITZI BRUNETTE In PLAYTHINGS ?? ??.? VERSION OF S1DNET TOLHR'S STAGE PI.AT OF THE GIRL WHO GAVE TOO LAVISHLT OF HETt I/iVE FRL?SAT. VTTAORAPaTS CHARiONG INGENTE. CORINNE GRIFFITH In THE CLUTCH OF CIRCUMSTANCE ? GRIPPING TALE OF A Pt'RITAN GIRL'S FITTER FIGHT IN A GREAT CITY TO SAVE HER INVALID HVSBANr. ?TIEFT riASO? HED ?.XCl.r?ITXl.T. gayety mm 9th Near F "?^SSEg ?? This Week?Startmf TodaT?Matinee 3 PM. It's Her?;?the Hit of the Year. Ererrtfiint Entirely New. A $2 Sbow at Gayety Price? TW One 1919?EDITION?1919 YoeV? Bff? MAX SPIEGELS ???a* For MERRY ROUNDERS With Abe Reynolds and Florence Milis 51 PEOPLE 51 CHORUS OF SPIEGEL BEAUTIES Next Week..."Social Mud?" 11 SCENES 11 BJ.SEITLrS Daily ;;!:?, || Stmday IT.\\ Hobby. l^^Tffrl-reVJ^ Aasserla-.?. F*v*rtt. ?isvarlsa* Oenmretle-**???? taesle?? BLANCHE RING "Klrkl*' tk* Katearr lr.??A* -Mr Aes.e-rl.-a* Aa-?? ?? Klarsa.' -The DoolcT? Ara? Deslsa* Tke-lr Bit," Etes. ALWAYS IAF ???????? Tk. OrtjrlBal Blk. Ruler-I. A HIT ?Vt ? HVlwV??? HU "He1tte,.-B?.tl*.r'' B?rle-e^e?e llameas Ottssar A Oeorajl. | HERBEBT CLIFTOK, ? ? CRreeTBT"? CaDsUtOts.' Olp U Hua* Hasrbaart'. Th. Star of Tastate Seat Featiirtn, IksBx ?*??, Bla. "Dlastxsnt.nL" I Traesssr. I * Ceanasrlr Ooenpaan, Tk. Great Asakl Troupe Tk? sVtltM ?.trisa. Oler? ? saTl.kka Oav Tk* H.arart-Patk* Pictorial aad Arrsrsal t. se ?niaas?. .*r?ft.? STELLA M AY HEW mW \\ jratl ? *r?airk I ??da bb4 I ??al??*? itati All La?! Uffk'i I.nnihlif Hit? c ASINO New Home of Burlesk?In the Heart of the City?rth ?nd F Sts?Phone Franklin 74:? BKGnnrixn matutee *iiht>at. :* SAM RICE DAe*T) "i* mm?. affydillS ?A ITH Lulu B-eason and a Big Beauty Chorus. Two Fr>l>cs Daay._3Sft^ Maliaaa Daly, lUc Next Week :-: "The Parisian Beauties" LL.U^-a_J-L -J-L1.LP r ' ? ' _g.