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At the Theaters This Week
CMOTXTTD F?OSt PAG* OXS. 1H "Georgia on Broadway:" John Re ray and the Lorraine SLiter* In a dkn^e morceau; the kinograms and other summer innovations. ? _____ r???? Twi? kHugo Jansen is bringing to the Cosmos Theater this week a spec tacular novelty which combines, j with tht beauty of face, form and I fashions, a revue of songs, dances and eomedy features, which make It. the act unique oX the season. It is presented by Rosabelle Leslie, Dol ly Irving and Mrs. William Grant, assisted by seven ?irls selected for their personal beauty for elaborate poses displaying lingerie and hand some gowns. Another beautiful offering will bt presented in -The Canary Cottage. In which are featured eighteen birds. _?The Belmont Warblers, in a novel exhibition. Artie Hamilton, "the'jux gentleman." with his fa mous one-man band, will be an other striking feature of the Dili, combining as it does both music and mirth. V*n and Carrie Avery in -The Fortune Teller." are ulecfc for a screaming bit of black face merriment; Little and Mayneld for one of those dainty skits that combines songs, dances and the in terchange of bright repartee, and Bertram and Saxon, two noted ling ers of the South, will offer a pro gram of Dixie melodies. I The added matinee attraction will be Nazimova's famous photoplay. -The Red Lanftrn." whlcli wil* be shown daily at 1:13 and 4:11 p. m "Fatty" Arbuckle's comedy. A Desert Hero." will furnish the fun ny film and the Pathe News will eoiqplete the bill. ' Lww'i Palace?Marguerite Clark la -Glrls. Marguerite Clark, one of the most . winsome and appealing screen star? , before the public today, will have the j rote of her career in "Girls.'' the | splendid and powerful adaptation of i Clyde Fitch's famous comedy success, which brings Miss Clark to the screen, ?f I^oew'l Palace for the first four | days of this week, beginning today, i "Girls" is the story of three young ster* who tried to found a league of ? bachelor girls. The man-haters' club, j thougfe organized under the moat fa- ^ vtfrable -auspicc3. gradually collapsed through the inevitable inroads made I u#nn Its membership by Cupid. Into; tras storv has gone all the conium n*te artistry ti.at characterized the writings of the late Clyde Fitch and the Paramount adaptation has pre- ' served to the utmost, the grace and facile skill of the original manuscript. Miss Clark hr.a the role of Pamela , CSillill chief organizer of the anti-1 husbands' sect, who is driven to such, Fiporg measures through being Jilted b? a cad Although she discovers cer tain suspicious symptoms of lore t within herself, these disorganizing! tendencies are sternly suppressed fori a -time. but the .nroa?ls of Cupid are a* relentless that eventually Pamela Gaels herself the sole member of thej outfit. ? ,th he- fellow-members all | married snd dropped away. Pamela | to?, succumbs, but this time there Is : no Jilting in store for her and happi- , ness is l?orn on the ruins of the bache- | Jor-glrls' league | The scenario of the Clyde Puch ? adaptation was prepared by Clara Beraugvr and Alice Eyton. It was I directed by Walter Edwanls with an, e*eptidnal supporting cast in *J},ch i atoear Mary Warren and Helen Lhad w>ek- as co-members of the lengue of , spinsters. Har-ison Ford. I^e Hill and others. Mkere-s Rlnlto?"Home. A story fnll of heart throbs about a small town sirl whose mind is filled | with visions of marrying a rich man is told In "Home." the latest produc-1 tlon featuring Mrs. Charlie Chaplin (Mildred Hai risi to be shown at j Moore's Rialto the current week. "Home" is declared to be the most hitman and intensely interesting pic tare In which this charming star has appeared as a leading character. Writ- j teji and directed by Lois Weber. Kialto patrons are assured of a finished Pro- . d yet ion from every viewpoint. , The storv is one of disillusionment, i a recounting of the adventures of a foolish young girl whose head has been turned b>" her wealthy associates, at a fashionable boarding school, whoj becomes ashamed of her sterling pa rents and her humble home and seeks ; solace In the hollowness of high. - society. The Rialto Is noted for the surround- i ing abort features and musical scores with which the show is completed and this week is no exception special; mention being made of the overtures, selections from "The Mikado' and Tiolin solo bv Daniel Breeskin. musical director. "Pome Day Waiting: ?Will End " LOew'a Colombia?"liny Foot. Straw Foot The humorous sides of the army training camp, the laushs that go to 1 soften the hard work of dritl. are i Shown In "Hay Foot, Straw Foot." the f latest Charles Kav production which , appears toda/ at I^xw's Columbia for four days. , Many a joke has been played On the * rdokie. many a hearty laugh had at tl>e expense of the "green" soldier j who arrived to prepare to fight the | >hjn. All this brighter side of army ' life is shown to advantage in this newest picture that has no battle scene, no tragic moments. faster Herbert Sokolove. boy violin wonder, will continue his engagement at th* Columbia with a new selection I ott musical numbers. rhursdav*s feature*photoplay will be "ieselyn's Wife." featuring Bessie Pirriscale. . ^.WASHINGTON'S ONLY BIG free Ad m ission b Pleasure Park | L ADDITION TO ALL THE REGULAR AMUSEMENTS C?M?SIHTI*<; OF GIANT J1P.RRT RACER. JTJtK WHIP. CAHROim. Hfti MIDWAY WITH IT* STEEP SLIDES. FIREFLY RIDE. ROCI.KTTE 'WHEEL. ETC, GRtTITT fR A I L W A Y. TEW RIFLE. '.RANGE. BOATING AID A ?V A R I ? TT O1' SMALLER .POFCLAR FEATCRES. CELFO'S ? BAND FROM X>30 TO lOtSO WILL RENDER FOl'R FREE CONCERTS TODAY Cr* ?d.ll'm Kairkfrkwktr?"V? atalrm ud Down." At Ci&ndmll'a Knickerbocker The ater today, and tomorrow one of the moat interesting photoplay bills of the year will be featured by erst local presentation of the film version ot Frederic and Fannie Hatton's famous society comedy, "Upstairs and Down." with Olive Thomas pictured i*. the role of the irresistible "baby vamp." The picture Is one that reflects the great expenditure of money that was made to give it an atmosphere or distinction, and also reveals the rare artistry of one of the nutt expensive casta ever assembled beAre the cam era. Supplementing "Upstairs ana Down," will be offered "His Home Sweet Home," in which Larry Semon scores the laughing hit of his life. On Tuesday and Wednesday, BeAl# Barriscale will be pictured In an ap pealing drama of Jealousy and mother love. "Tanfcled Theads," in which she is accorded fjawless support by a distinguished cast that includes Nigel Bat-iie. Thomas Holding and Master Ben Alexander, the most precocious youngster In silent drama. Bryant Washburn ia announced to occupy the atellar poaitlon on the Knickerbocker's program Thursday and Friday, |n a new release, "All Wrong." Saturday s chief attraction will be "The Lion's Den," in which Bert Lytell is Aimed In the central rola Moore's Garden?''-.taction' of InU" Featuring Aaron Mardi ganlan?Herself. Local theater patrons will be given another oppor'^nity to see an authentic repro.^-tion of the modern slave markets and harems of Turkey during the presentation, .starting its second week today at Moore's Garden Theater, of "Auc tion of Souls," the sensational pic turizatlon of the amazing experien ces of Aurora Mardiganlan. sole survivor of 500.000 young Christian girls taken captive by the Turks when they ravished Armenia In 1915. So great has been the demand for seats, both at the special shews for "Ladies Only" in the mornings and afternoons and night shows for the general public, that the management of the Garden was left with no other alternative than to continue the run of the picture another week in order that all desiring might have an op portunity of viewing this "fact not fiction" photodrama. The three years of suffering through which Aurora Mardiganlan passed, from the time her home on tjve slopes of Mount Ararat was destroyed by the Turks, her family killad and the girl sold into slavery, through her es cape. recapture by the terrible Kurds, her second escape and final rescue by the English, are all depicted with the greatest fidelity as to fact and detail. It is worthy of note that, through out the entire run of this picture, full orchestra accompaniment with spe cial musical score Is given at all shows. frandall'n Metropolitan?" I pat air* I and Down.** "Upstairs and Down." a photoplay Version of the famous satirical com edy of the same title by Frederic and Fannie Hatton.( with the Harrison Fisher prize beauty. Olive Thomas, pictured in the role of the "baby vamp," will be shown as the feature of the hill throughout the current week at Crandall's Metropolitan Theater. In adapting this brilliant stage suc cess to the screen. Select Pictures. Inc.. has given the subject a produc tion that introduces the company's first offering of a new million dollar series of super-pictures under the most favorable possible auspices. "Upstairs and Down." as enacted be fore the camera by Miss Thomas and feer associates, takes rank as one of the most extravagantly staged shadow dramas of the year. Since A KNITTING YARrs The hunting season has opened. Hunting'* Certainly?for those re calcitrant balls of yarn which roll from the knitter's Jap under the darkest sofa ^ust when things are going; smoothest. But Marguerite Clark of film has solved the problem with her hunting dog "Thimble," shown in the above picture. He is trained to retrieve those self parting balls at top speed. "Thimble'* has proved a wonderful aid to the motion picture star's knitting for American armies of occupation, which *he has under taken in spare moments at the Paramount studio, where she worked on [her naw Clyde Fitch comedy, "Olrls," the feature production at I^oew'a | Palace Sunday. the action of the play la supposed to transpire at a splendid L/ong Island estate during a fashionable house party, it is possible to introduce a great variety of animated scenes, all mounted with the sole view of cre ating and maintaining an atmosphere of genuine smart affluenoe. The secondary feature of the bill will be a new Montgomery and Rock comedy. "Flips and Flops." Current news events as caught by the cam era also will form a part of the pro gram. while the symphony orchestra, in addition to accompaniment for the pictures, will offer as a special over ture selections from "Mils. Modiste." Crandall'a Aveaae Grand?Tfce Baiker." Charles Ray will be the star of the bill at rrandall's Avenue Grand The ater today and tomorrow In "The Busher," one of the roost diverting photodramatic comedies In which he has l^een filmed. In this amusing camera play the star Is cast a?~a I young man of small means and small town rearing, who essays fame and fortune as a big league ball player. Marguerite Clark and Eugene O'Brien, pictured tajthe leading roles of the film version of A. E. Thomas' delightful comedy of life in the Old Dominion, "Come Out of the Kitchen," will occupy the screen at the Avenue Grand on Tuesday and Wednesday. Other bookings announced for the latter days of the week include: Thursday. Shirley Mason, in "The Final Close-Up;" Friday. Madge Evans, in "Home Wanted." Saturday. Grace Darling. In "False Gods." sup-, I pleraented by George V. Hobart's | I new-Idea comedy, "Wild Flowers." j AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS =fTODAY'$ BEST ATTRACTION^ 5 washington'S COOLEST theaters mm CRANDALL*S . F ST. AT TENTH mm Metropolitan ??-POSITIVELY ONE WEEK ONLY* the SMARTEST comedy ever FILMED OLIVE THOMAS supported BY A WORLD-beating cast IN select'S OPVLENT PICTTRIZATION OF "UPSTAIRS AND DOWN" Montgomery & Rock in "FLIPS AND FLOPS" Newt Event*?Symphony ^0 CHHOtL't EI(ttMitti nd Ciliatli InI Knickerbocker today-mow. OLIVE THOMAS in 'Bpstairs and Down' LARRY semon !? "his home SWEET home* S14th at Col. ltd. m. m AVOT Theater and Gardes TODAY-mow. Marguerite Clark IN "come oct OF the kitchen** tth and ? Crabball'S TODAY-mow. ETHEL CLAYTON in "Men, Women and Money" EF. KEITHS Daily S'.iSll S?day Hofidays gffslVg* 11 Prices gg BEGINNING TOMORROW MATINEE?ENDING NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT Broadway's Fascinating Prima Donna Danseuse LUCILLE CAVANAGH AicUted by Wheeler Wtd?w?rtl, Mel Craig and Wm. B. Taylor In the Scintillating Spectacular Success "THE 1919 KALEIDOSCOPE OF DANCE, COLOR AND SONG" IRVING FISHER SBEST" "Songs and Stories" MISSES CAMPBELL I GEO. AUSTIN MOORE "SOHQI or THfK AMD WOW" I 'HOMCII AND STOB1ES" ANNIE AND MARIK CLARK I APOLLO TRIO ? PrwaUx "IN WHAT." ?l Statue?c Str?a*th CVAKLEI A DCNLEVI I I'OWtBA A WALLACE | JOHNNY HEGAY ud th? "Ow Xllfrr" I "??anU on Bwodw^" I LOWtAINE SISTERS KiHiruH-fPmwufc OtlMr Fntira *f Fun. A CoAfort TODAY HU|t ItFUl KB AND ALL LAiT WEEK'S ??BO ??< ?i? WRWIK >HHH? CUM? AMD COMIC HITS Crandall'a Apoll??1"Come Oot of the Kltchc*." Crandall's Apollo Theater and Garden today and tomorrow will present as the feature of the photo play bill "Come Out of the Kitchen," a celluloid version of the famous comedy of life in nearby Virginia, written by A. E. Thomas. The screen adaption of this delightful vehicle is distinguished by the personal I 1 charm and ratability of Margnerttf Clarke opposite whom XQf?o? O'Brien, one of the handsomest lead ing nan on the stage, ia cast. On Tuesday and Wednesday Charles Ray will be the pictured star at the Apollo in 'Th? Buaher," a comedy-drama with a background of baseball. The supplementary offer ing will be "No Mother to Guide Him," a roaring: comedy in which the leading role la taken by Ben Turpin. 'Other photoplay features sched uled for screening during the week are: Thursday. George Larkin, In "The Devil's Trail," supplements, by "His Home, Sweet Home." aN laughing hit. starring Larry Semon; Friday. Pauline Frederick, in "The Fear Woman;" Saturday. 8h!rley Mason, in "The Final Close-Up." Cmdall'a?"Men, Women and Money.** Beginning today and continuing through tomorrow, "Men, Women and Money," a recently released Para mount production in which Bthei Clayton is pictured in a role of im mediate appeal, will be the chief pho toplay offering at Crandall's Theater. In this subject Miss Clayton is cast as a young woman who is led dan gerously near catastrophe by an un scrupulous urbanite who deems wom an a commodity to be bought with money. The feature announced for a single day's showing on Tuesday is "The Burning Silence." a powerful photo drama in which the leading rolea are portrayed by an all-star cast. For Wednesday and Thursday, Con-| stance Talmadpe, supported by Har rison Ford, will provide the photo dramatic diversion as star of "Happi ness a la Mode," a comedy-drama in which a young married couple ex periences many unusual adventures as a result of the doioastlc tamper ing of a brazen vampire who found the youthful husband susceptible to her wiles, while the last two days of the week will bring to the fccreen the splendid fllmisation of Basil King's inspiring storp of a man's redemp tion. "The City of Comrades," In the stellar role of which Tom Moore does the. finest work of his career. Crandall's Savoy?"Come Out of the Kitchen.** The film version of A. E. Thomas' delightful comedy of Virginia life. "Come Out of the Kitchen," in which the stellar role is impersonated upon the screen by Marguerite Clark, will be offered as the chief attraction at Crandall's Savoy Theater and Garden today and tomorrow. In this subjoct the leading male role is taken with consummate skill by Eugene O'Brien. On Tuesday and Wednesday. Charles Ray will occupy the stellar position on the Savoy's bill, as star of "The Buaher," a comedy-drama with a AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. Phone Franklin 3163. TONIGHT, 8:30 25c to $1.00 DID YOI EVER SEE Mat*. Than, ud Sat, 2:30?25c a*d 50c. A MOTION PICTURE TAKEN? "JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN" ? WITH ? EARLE FOXE and EILEEN WILSON JOHNNY WAS ONLY A COW POHCHER But He Sure Did Riise Ned en Lonf Island You'll Laugh Till You Shriek and Then You'll Laugh Again The Coitiedy Hit of the Garrick season JOHNNY KF.VT W KKK?EX(i A(. RMEXT EXTRAORDINARY SEATS NOW SELLING RAPIDLY FOR "DADDY LONG-LEGS" The Premier Effort of the Qarriek Players HENRY MILLER and RUTH CHATTERTOJPS GREATEST SUCCESS ONE WEEK ONLY?BEBIRlIMB SHIBAY JULY IS With Iti Elaborate Posing, Lingerie and Draping Display?Seven Beautiful Girls and Three Talented Principals?Lot* of Good Comedy, Up-to-Date j Songs and Eye Filling Sights Bartram & Saxon Two Southern Sonjrhirdn In "DIXIE MEMORIES" BERT WALTON * Th<- Klnx'a Jester A MODERN M0N0L0GIST Belmont's Warblers 18 Beautiful Bird* In a delightful novelty "THE CANARY COTTAGE" QHIen Carleton & Co. In/an all-comedy playlet "THE SLIPPERY DUCK" Kennetfy & Kramer Lltkdlu Put Modrra Duct Specialties Fatty Arbiekle In hla aewoet ? Body picture "A DESERT HERO" Special Matinee Feature Picture NAZIMOVA in 'THE RED LANTERN" Shown only'Monday to Saturday at 1:15 aad 4:45 ; ' background of btg 1m|q? baseball. Other feature pictures announced for presentation during the week are: Thursday. Madge Evans in "Home Wanted;" Friday, Shirley Mason in "The Final Close-Up,* supplemented by the screaming oomedy. "Miss Horns 0weet Home." starring Larry Semon; Saturday, Grace Darling in "False Gods" and George V. Hobart's brilliant eomsdy, "Wild Flowers:" Great PaTla Park. The program for the afternoon and evening concerts by the Ladies' Victory Orchestra, at beautiful Great Falls Park today will feature, selections from a request list to in clude a wide range of operatic as well as popular musical numbers. For outdoor amusement* combining all that is picturesque with spots of historic interest, there are few places In. America to equal this long recognized natural playground of the National Capital. Crowds ct pleasure seekers enjoy the dancing, the motion pictures, boating and Ashing, and hikers, as well as ko dak ers. come here in increasing numbers as the summer season ad vances. The electric train service from the terfninal at Thlrty^alxth and M streets northwest . is both fast and frequent. Glea Echo Park. If a delightfully cool car ride up along the bank of the Potomac with the Virginia hills furnishing a rest ful background and a beautiful I scenic effect appeals to you tlfese j hot summer days' then a trip to Glen Echo Is to be recommended highly. I If. in addition, typical park l amusements of the flrst rank serve to amuse you. then the trip will be doubly^ attractive. The resort itself, situated high up over the river among scores of shade trees. is de cidedly comfortable these midsum mer days and even the dancers And the big open pavilion, where Mills' Orchestra holds forth week niglits. cool enough to make thslr favorite sport plea:int. This is attested by the crowdfll floor that is seen nightly. From the standpoint of amuse ment. the park has much to offer. Its long listof attractions ranges from the thrilling rides over the dips and curves o^the gravity and CONTINUED OS PAGE THREE! AMUSEMENTS. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. At * special meeting of the on cers of W. A. Frutr Camp, jnne I 2?, several plan* to Increase the fund* of the camp were considered. They expect to Alv* a laws party In the near future. Thte camp hope* to be able to present a num ber of entertaining featurea begin ning In September. All Woodmen are now busy Mil lar ticket* for the excursion to Chesapeake Beach July 21. The ath letic committee Tiae arranged a number of prises for the various events. It Is expected that 4.MM people will so on this excursion. At the meeting of Oak Camp. No. 4, Wednesday night, final arrange ments for the excursion of that camp fb Marshall Hall, July 11. were made. A number of candi dates were initiated, and a larger number of applications were re ceived. D. W Thayer. Held manger, at tended the July 4 exercises at the University of Virginia, yhere he had an Important part In the exer cises of the day. At the meeting of Elm Camp Thursday nlgbt the amendment to ths by-laws to Increase the trans fer fee to $1 was considered. At the meeting of Morris Shep pard Grove, No. 7. Thursday night a r rise for the good of the order was I douated by Adviser Mary Q. Davi I son. It Is the practice of this I prove for one of the members to | give a prise each meeting. | India rubber was used for the first . time as an eraser in 177#. Prior to ' this the crumb of bread was used for erasing purposes. AMUSEMENTS. Excvmo* to Chesapeake Beach KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS JTLY ft. ltlft. TICKET!!. SBe Trains leave Chesapeake Beach Junction for the Beach at 9. 10, 11. 12 A. M. 1. 1. J. 4. 6. C:S0 P. M. Return I. C. 7. t. ?. 10 P. U. Take street cart marked District Line on J H street RATIMH'TlftTD Ttatmv Mrt 7:45 CORA B. SHREVE'S ANNUAL FESTIVAL "tiwivcocnr f^Lt-J ?-? | i?c and iNKnHKIItN | so* TODAY FOt WOMEN ONLY Matinee 3 aid 5 P. M. "The Beginning and Myeteriet ot Life" Actual Scenes FOI MEN ONLY Nights 7 aid 9 P. M. *o ChiMreo lader II Untied SPECIAL MUSIC DajUfkt All Water Trips te NORFOLK, VA. STOPPING AT COLOVUL BEACH ssS FIKFT POJTT 20-KNOT SPEED TWINS LORD* B AliTIMORB AJtD MOORE'S 11 ?. M. tg 11 P. M. RIALTO THEATER SELECTED SUBSIDIARY FEATURES Special Musical Score?Rialto Orchestra DANIEL BREESKIN, Conductor VIOLIN SOLO OVERTURE "Some Day Waiting Will End." "Mikado" MOORE'S 10 A. M. to 11 P. M. THEATER Rmtti Bet. B and E GARDEN One More Week, Public Demand BROKE ALL RECORDS AT THIS THEATER AUCTION of SOULS' Starring AURORA MARDIGANIAN Herself A Mammoth Film Spectacle of FACTS, not FICTION NOTE: Full Orchestra Every Show from 10 A. M.