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Next Week ??tp?t?) took eta? mowr. dlnary attraction At B. F. Keith'? Theater next weak, commencing at Monday matine? Mis? La Rue will ..Iter m program of folk and depic tive io?(a with some ?tons modern topical and ballad Una?. The Cam? ? roa amer?. Dorothy and lfade . me. ai?, hilled In their new dance ?ulte. Their beauty and thair brll? liant costume? ara noteworthy. An. ? tlier stellar feature will be W. B. Frlcdlaader's n?w musical comedy, Bxtra Day."' Other Inclusion? will '.??_? Charle? Irwin in a songalogue; Bert Earl? and His Six Otri? in a variety of melodious diversions; the t.eightons. the Du-For boys. Sylvia ?Loyal ?ad "Mar-iuis ' and the kino i-ram?. Nasi -u.irtay at B. F. Keith's at t and SIS p. m.. the bill will pr.-ent Louisa dunning. Win ston's Water Lions and Riving Nymph? and all the rest of the cur?' rent bill. C??a-i<M?Vaudeville. Arthur J. Horwits and Lee Kraus will present ?t the Cosmos Theater next week an unusually line Instru mental and sons orferin.- by the Six l'.oya! Hassars. r.n aggregation of ?rusts of the highest grade In a hist) ??las? novelty. Oth^r numbers of an ?specially strong bill ?ill inoliide thej Soogamith?, In rollicking farce com-j .-.?>-. with lots of good singing, by a j musical acting quinte?.; Nevina and ? f,onion, in Holland HalloMT'en, a nov elty with pretty songs and comedy: v? Ilsen and McAvoy. a team of clever | comedians in a laugh -off erme. "Eu genics;" tb? Carteret Sister?, a grace-? rul te-m, of pretty sir!? in dainty, entertainment: Ford and Cunningham. I In songs and dances, and W- B. | K?chle, the pantomime comedian from ? '.he Follie?., with his company, in a ' bis new* vaudeville specialty. The ttim attractions will he unusu ally fine including .Tao': Pi.kfcrd tn A?Burglar by Proxy." for the matl nofas, and. at every performanc??, Katty Arbuckl?'? greatest comedy. "l.ack Stage." with the Paramount iiray Pictographs and the Patite News. Sunday from 3 p. m. a ?elected bill of high grade vaudeville acts and tllra features wil furnish almost con tinuous entertainment. Gayety? Harry Hastias*? Big She?. Harry Hastings' Rig Show, one of the most favorably known burlesque organisations, is scheduled to open its annual engagement at the Gayety Theater next week, commencing Sun day. Bright, lively, full of that qual ity known as "pep." with an abun dance of catchy music, enlivening dance? ?nd ? succession of laughable scene?, there I* every Indication of a most enjoyable entertainment for those who attend Its performance. I>aui Colemun. who heads the organi sation, portrays an unusual type of Irish characterization. Assisting him ?re Ph'l Peters. William Walnwrlght. Fred Dale. Alma Bauer. Kthel Alber tini. Mjrjone Mendeville and Hazel laorralne, be?id?s a chorus of twenty eon-cl; youn;r w-?men.. Tho va'idevttle fc ptwtion of the entertainment Indu.lrs ...acts by Has?ard and Srvlman. hilled ?a the "dancing riots." and Frank .O'Xeil. a lyric tenor. ?. Lyeenai?"The Ml.chirr M-kera." At the Lyceum Theater next wee?. V. W. Clerhardy offers the I91S edition ?- Mischief ?Makers in a two-act extrav- ; , ?gansa entitled "Oo La La." The ??set I? headed by the two Jo-ea?Joe Wlltcn and Joe Freed. These h:gn : ? o?r..?? entertainer? arc of distinctive ' type?. Joe Wilton is a light, breezy. ' ..list talking entertainer, while Joe - -Freed is an eccentric knockaNout sin?- j ing and dancing comedian. They form ?bout the spe?diest combination otTer _.ed by any rurle-que show playing this ?Circuit. They are surrn.inded hy ? - competent cast. including Mabel ?'lark. Julia Morgan. Bobbio Lloyd. jS.im Raynor and Johnny t'rosby. l.oe??'s Palace??? nllnee Reld In ??The Lottery Mnn" Loew's l'alaoe Theater wtll continue. through the r.-maindcr of the week. it* presentation of what ia generally r-..-.?rilo?? ;i? one a,f the most meritori ?'.ts proiT.-iiiii ?vit offered. It con ?t->its of Wallace Peid i?. "The Lottery Man." by Rida Johnson Young; ft ?lack Sennett comedy. "Bark to the Kitchen." a Mutt and JoiT animated . cartoon : the Photoplay Magazine ~ Screen Supplement: "Topical Tips," .a scintillant soreen nov.-lty, the I*nthe ?nr-wa pictures and the finest overturn . *-?f the week. "Creme de la ?'reme." ? ?iTobanii, rendered by the Palsce Sym phony Orch-stra of twenty-eight I, ?xncert ?oloists. Thomas Joseph C.innon. director. For the full week, beginning next Sunday. Loew's Palace will offer Billie . Uurke. in her newest Paramoitnt-Art .?ri.ft hit. "Sadie Love." .an adaptation of the famous play hy A very Hop wood. "Sadl? Love" is a sparkling rfi'iTiffly drama In Hopwood's best vein. Tin- oast is exceptional and grouped ir. M.?SS Kurke's suppoii are such at Theaters player* aa Jam?? L. Cran?, Helen Montres*. Hedda Hopper, Jed Prouty. Shaw I.ov?tt and other?. The pro gram, as usual at th? Palaea, will be spectacularly supplemented with long and splendid array of added musical aad Bin attraction?. Croadalra Metropolitan ? "R*aa* Rldlag RoBx.ne?. Tom Mix, a star whose defiance of personal danger In th? enactment of unusual "stunt?" bafor? th? c?mara place? Mm in a class apart from ail other screen comedian?, will continue to be the pictured star at Crandall's Metropolitan Theater throughout the remainder of the current week in hi? moat astonishing vehicle. "Rough Rid ing Romance." The eplaod?? depicied upon the screen during the progress of this delightful subject are such as to ?variant th? ?taLmcnt that the startling drama never has had a counterpart. The leading role oppo site th* ?tar la played with ?empiete charm by Juanita Hansen and a strong supporting company lends an atmosphere of distinction to each suc ceeding scene. Bet-inning next Sunday and continu ili : the major offering for the entir* wtsek will be shown for the fits* t'nie in Washington, Pauline Frederick'? most recent release. "Bonds of Love, tn which this gifted star reverta to the type of society drama that la best suited to her talents and h?r beauty. i:ach dally bill will as usual be *"?p? plemented by a variety of abbreviated picture subjects and special museal features. V Meorr*a- Rinite? The Heodlom." Drawing toward the close of a two weeks' run at Moore's R.alto Theater, Mary ?'ickford, in the second release from her own studios a* presented by the First National Exhibitor'? Cir cuit, "Tho Tloodliirn,'* 1? again proving beyond controversy that she Is "Amer ica's Darling** and undoubtedly the most popular screen star appearing In current at tract.uns. as Is demonstrated by the capacity audiences which con tinue to rule at this popular 'Temple of the Muses." For the coming week Moore's Rialto Theater announces one of the most dramatic and thrilling photodramas ever screened, "The Gr,m Game.'* fea turing the world-famous handcuff king and self-liberator Houdini in a scenario specially written for hlnvby Arthur B. Reeve, creator of the fa mous Craig Kennedy stories. In col laboration with John W. Gray. It Is a Paramouat-Artcraft production, and undoubtedly one of the most marvel ous stunt picture? ever screened, re gardless of the tense story unfolded. Houdini, time after time, risks h.s life, until the picture becomes a suc cession of breath-taking thr Ils. finally winding up in a crash of airplanes UUS feet In the air, not contemplated in the taking of the picture, but which the camera man, following In a third machine, caught ln detail. Woere'? Garden?"B?rk to ?Sod*? Coaatry."' Regardles of the exceptional worth of the storyxdepicted in "Back to God's Country." same being written and adapted for the screen from his celebrated animal stories of "Wapi. the Walrus." by James Oliver Cur wood, the very novelty of the produc tion from the standpoint of settings, animal cast and unusual situations shown, could not fail to attract at tention and Interest. As It Is, wi'h the two combined, story and settings?, the public haa given Ita hearty sup port to this most unusual and unique picture. An announcement of Importance an?l interest to all Washington, particu larly to the motion picture patrons thereof which mean about ail of us. is mail* bv th? management of Moore's Harden TL-eater. regarding their next end subf-eiuent weeks shows, .same belnsr an arrangement whereby a re pertoire of three of David Werk Grif fith's most notable master-productions will be presented, two of same for the flrst time in this city and all for th?? flrst tim? anywhere at popular price?. The first production shown will be "The Pall of Babylon." des cribed as a purple romance of another day." Special orchestrations have been ar ranged for thi.? magnificent picture, which together with suitable auxiliary features assure of an exceptional en tertainment. ??>??*'? Cnlnmhln?William Or.mnnd la "I>BB3-er*a? Water*.*' William Desmond, who has flrmly established his reputation as one of the really trreat serio-comic actors of Hie screen, comes to l.ocw's Co lumbla Theater for the final three ?lavs of this week, bcginnlm; Thurs day, in "Dangerous Waters." a sump tuous and romantic ?tory of a mil lionaire Western ranchman who do? sorted the plains to save his sweet heart from the wiles of a male ''vamp." Desmond is support??* by an unusual cast of players, which COMING LOEN ATTRACTIONS -F Strut ta 13th i ?? ? Sem fU ? W? ? ero t??-?tp?? PALACE ???day?All >>xt Weel BILLIE BORKE "SADIE LOVE? ? i*"'?i?'* ?s ?My Avery Hepwood? ^"*^S*x:^' ?' ?S"A?-1"- Hlt?? g%M .. *? Overtarc?-The Evolution of iWraW:^.i'Jf'wSkW '.*. _Dixie-_ _J7 Street at ISth. COLUMBIA ? ??:*?- ?_? HMKI VI TUKATKK ? on ti naso, eats? ?. ???11 P. M. BEGINNING SLTMDAY?FOUR DAYS MARGUERITE CLARK ?IN? "WIDOW BY PROXY" Splen-id Extra Numbers Includa? Marguerite A* la Motte *aa th? heroine. Marguerite Clark, "tha eweeteat afri In picture?," com?? to Loew'? Co lumbia next Sunday a? tb? featured star of the program for the flrat four daya af next t*e?k in "Widow by Proxy." a compelling romantic com edy adapted from Catherine Chia botto Cuahlng'a big stage success of the same name. It 1? a quaint an.? comic story, told by a cast ?hat Includes Nigel Harrie. Oertrude Nor man, Jack Gilbert and others. Kalekerbaeker ? Washington PhlU banaaal? Onkntra, The ?econd public concert of tn? Washington Philharmonic Orchestra, a new organisation in the Capital, which leaped Into Instant popularity by the excellence of it? fir?t program end the superiority of Its musicianship last week, will be given in CrandaU's Knickerbocker Theater thli afternoon ?t t:15 p. m., under the conductorship of Mr. Heinrich Hammer. ('rendali'? Knickerbocker ? -?III? Majesty, the ? meri raa.*? Beginning today and continuing through tomorrow as the chief rea ture of the photoplay bill, CrandaU's Knickerbocker Theater will present Douglas Fairbanks in "Hia Majesty, the American," recognized a? the greatest camera production in whicn he haa ?ver appeared. The major fea ture will ba supplemented by a divert ing comedy, "Mixed Drinks.** on Saturday only, of thi? week. Jack Pickford will occupy the screen at the Knickerbocker as star of "Bill Apper son's Boy." On Sunday and Monday of next week at the Knickerbocker Pauline Frederick will be the star of the bill ? in her lataat and most impressive photodrama. "Bonds of Love." in which she Is supported by a stellar company and given the benefit of an unususlly elaborate production. On Tuesday and Wednesday. Blllle BurKe will succeed to the place of stellar prominence on the program In "The Misleading Widow." a film version or Margaret An-filn'a delightful stage success, "Billeted." For Thursday and Friday, the principal attraction will be "Mary Regan." the most recently released starring vehicle for Anita Stewart. Saturday's chief offering will be "Sacred Silence." with William Russell in the role of primary im portance. ???? Strand?"The Life Little." The glamour and romance sur rounding the nomadic life of the English gypsies, the richness and entertainment oaf English nobility's town and- country life with balls and fox hunts, the squalor and crime of London's under?vorld. all are ?hparn in Maurice Tourneur*? new Paramount-Artcraft production. "The Life Line," the mnln feature attraction, at Moore's Strand The ater all this week. For the coming week the Strand announces a change of policy from its usual standard of vveok runs only, a return engagement covering Sunday. Monday and Tuesday, hav ing been arranged for the second presentation of Anita Stewart in "Her Kingdom of Dream," a pro duction declared by the critics to be "tho picture perfect" and con ceded hy all to be Misa Stewart's greatest release to data. The finest .?ast ever assembled appears In her sapport. over twenty well-known screen star?, all of leading caliber, playing Important roles. Wednes d?y, Thursday. Friday and Saturday will be devoted to the presentation of the screen version of the best loved work of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, the famous American poet. "Evangellne." with Miriam Croper in the leading role. Crandall'?? Th? WIbbIbk Stroke.'? Oeorge Walsh will hold the ?creen ?t Crandall'? Theater today and tomorrow ln ??ami showings of Ma be?t photodrainatic study of college life, "The Winning Stroke." In thi? high spirited subject the former Georgetown athlete haa one of hia moat congenial role??that of an oarsman at Harvard who win? the day for his crew. The repro duction of the eight-oar rae? on th? Thsmes Is one of tba fliMst ex amples of ?killful photography that th? ?creen has seen. Saturday's attraction at Crandall'? will be "Her I'urcha.-e Prie?," an opulent study of tbe Far Bast In which tb? leading rola is taken upon the ?li ver sheet by Bessie Barriscala. Tbe principal male role In this pictu resque lubject Is adeptly played by Jack Holt. The flrst two days of next week at Crandall'* will be featured by "HI? Majesty, the American." tha most recent and most remarkable of DoBglas Fairbanks' ?s-xlo-cqniic action/dramas. Beginning Tuesday and continuine the star ot the bill : through Thursday, Gladys Brock | well will be seen In ber latest stel ; lar vehicle, 'Tho Sneak." On Fri day and Saturday. Norma Talmadge I will be the pictured star of the j elaborate bill prepared for the ?week-end In "Going Straight." one : of the most < ffective eamara dramas she has had. ? tramer ?liarle? Maeale.trr. I The Steamer Charles Macalester Is I making dally excepting Sunday trip? ! to Mount Vernon, leaving the Seventh ! ?treet wharf, ln conformity with a re | cent re-arrangement of th? schedule, at 10 a. m. and 1.45 p. m. It la a well known fact that thousands of native Washlngtoniana have never visited th? Washington tomb and many are now taking advantage at the oppor tunity to do this, coupled with a short snd enjoyable ride down the liver. Elias Breeskin Here For Belasco Recital Sunday. October 19 Kiln* Breeskin. "one of tbe best I violinists" In the words of th? critici of Th? Chicago Tribune, will be heard j ! here ln recital at the Shubert-Belassi ? Theater on Sunday afternoon, October i 19. His rise to a place ot prominence I ; in the music world haa bean a matter! ? of the last two seasons and during' ; that time he baa been heard ln all ! the larger American cities. laast spring he wae principal assist ing artist on the Caruso concert tour and his successes were of the most ex traordinary kind wherever he wa? heard. The critics did not hesitate tn certain Instances to say that he shared honors equally with- ths greatest of tenors. The lustre of hia art was m no way dimmed by his appearance on the same program with ?he greatest singer of the day and the audiences were not slow to show this> Premier Danseuse Of Opera Comique In "Passing Show" ?IsTIXCnr? FROM PAGE EIOBT. release from the Opera Comique, of which she is a life member, for an American season. Besides being a classic danger. Mile. Derny has made a specially of Russian, Oriental and Hindoo dances. Madge Demy made her debut In Paris six years ago In Pierre Prondaie'a dramatisation of Pierre Frondaie's dramatisation ot "Aphrodite," which was produced at HE CUM GAME 1 I Omette ty IRVI? WIILAT jjykuvmov?.ttriaq'!iyu*n: "bV ARTHUR BsR'?BVt?T " ?$ CREATOR OF "CRAIG KENNEDY" Moore's tth Bet 9 and E Thealer SlbBei. ?R*JE GARDEN? NEXT WEEK INAVGUR.ITING A REPERTOIRE OF D. W. GRIFFITH'S MASTER PRODUCTIONS FIRST PRESENTATION "The Fall of Babylon" ? PURPLE ROMANCE OF ANOTHER DAT moore;s CTDAMIN theater 9*h IT D ?? fi im ? 1^1 Lg? 8th AT D -.WE CHANGE IN PROGRAM-TWO SHOWS " NEXT WEEK SUNDA T?MONDA Y?TUE8DA ? if ANITA STEWART And Oreatett Atl-Star Cast Ever Screened in Her Kingdom of Dreams WEDNESDA T?THVRSDA T?FRIDA Y? SATURDAY HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW'S IMMORTAL POEM "EVANGELINE" M th* ? ?usi??ino? Theater. Madg? Dssmy'? acting and dancln?,- In "Ap hrodite" wa? one of the ?????Ilo? at the day. Sh? received many o*Ter? to come to America at the time, but was unable to do so on account of her membership ln tne Opera Comique. Slnoe this production. Mile. Derny baa bean tbe principal d*ncer at tbe ?Opera Comique. Her admiration for Amer? lea upon its entrance m the war led her to volunteer as a nurse at tb? Amerio?? Base Hospital No. ?. and sh? devoted all her ??-tar? time to tbl* work. ' Success of "Follies" As New York Show R?arrang?e ??? The unprecedented success of "Zleg feld Folli??" at the New Amsterdam Theater. New Tork, haa made it neces sary to rearrange the annual tour of that popular entertainment and some of the Important cities of tbe States ?rill be deprived of ita visit this sea son, ln order to fill the bookings ?rig Inally made for the "Follie?," Mr. Zlegfeld has arranged to send on tour the "Midnight Frolic" and "Nine o'clock. Revue." All of the pronounced feature* of the various ?editions of both enter tainments are to be combined Into one big ?shew to be presented by an un usual cast of players. The new offer ing which Is to be exhibited under the title of 'The Zlegfeld Frolic." will open tn th* National Theater In Wash ington late ln November. Won't Boycott Jap??Wrtckeu. Tunkisn. China. -A local etere waa wrecked because th? owner wouldn't Join the .?nt?-Jap boycott o*. CsHfeniUAs Prsdachif Cester With ao sriil? heralding, such, aa might hav? preceded the arrival of ?o prominent * fleure at tha fh?far. David Wark Grltllth. protagonist of tb? photoplay aai eraator of suck prodiM-Uons aa Tha? Bin h of a Na tion." "intolerance." "Heart? of th? World." awl "Broken Eln?nau." quietly slipped Into Now Tork taat Monday ?nomine. Tb?r? Is more than passine ?l?nlfl eane? to thu even?, for Mr. Qrtfflth do?? not eoa?? to New Tork at a ?ta ilor thi? time H? ?mi not hurriedly "put on" a GrilBth production and a. hurriedly steal away to Calif orni?. He com?? to New Tork to atay. All bis futur? production? will to mad? ia New Tork. He ha? literally for saken Lao? ? ?rete* for th? ?aty where he flrat enjoyed tha succ??? that sMc? ba? ripened Into real achlevanaot in the world of tb? enero?. It was at No. 11 Eaat Fourteenth ?treet where p. W. Griffith flrst at tracted attention by the production? he turned out for tbe old Biograph Company. But it ia not to Beat Fourteenth ?tract that he return? Hut at Orienta Point. Mamaroneek. N. T., on the estaje of the late Heary M. Fle-fler. Standard Oil mar? ?ate, there has been erected a croup of ?tudlo bu ? Id I ???, and here, oa a location that cost nearly ??.???.???, th? future Griffith production? will be made. What effect this narration from the Pacific coast by America's fore most motion picture (grains ?rill hav? on tbe cinema productions of the future cannot be forecasted at BUREAU OF EN GRAVING AND PRINTING NEWS The offlcer. ef tbe Girls' Oa It Is vsry Is?Bliss? that of taxe ?m ?oa aaarM m the bid labor parade to be held la thi? city on October M. Full partls ulara of their part la tbe parade wtl be given ?rat at the feting next Tuesday nurl.t. George Schick, of Section I. is tost back from a two week?' visit to Chi ca*?. J. MeMabon. at Section ? la oa leave this week. Robert Rogers aad W. P. fsLbel mire, of tbe w<sttlng division, ar* enjoying a week'? vacation, Miaa Ora T. Betid, of the earfac? ! division, la visiting her ?toter ta Oiiancock, Va, i John GrtDdl. bas been transferred thi? time. It Is ?rnfacleBt for th? present to know that he haa se lected New Tork a? the home for his productions and will enter Into the activity ef th? effete East la preference to the wild and woolly ? lope? employed by hi? contempe rarle*. Mr. Griffith'? ?rat espei-etlen* at Mamaroneck will be the pruda??Ina of a eerie? of ?pernal feetur* pic tore? for the First National Exhib itors Circuit aad for the United Artists' Corporation. Uta t? st-tfL la liillsi & to fel?'bao?? la Columbia Park. IM. Mra. r. Laiptbn aa? Mra. Orac? riialtt of the wettlB? ?IItati? are oa leave thi? week. Sectioe 7 atarte teday wMfe ful?? ??san after tola? Mia tor tto ?Mt ?Is month? Sylvester Hardi ?? ? ?portea tor ?at la sstlsn i? niahl. ?sstsriHy. after Morto aaw P. Cook?y. private eearatary to Secretary Ota??, ?rara ?nani?? Ito ?ris?lor? la tto Wart M e mb er . ' latas Os City Club Home The 1.5? that w*l ammwaUSm eXJUMMU ta tto dty. J A. of th? dub, ha? urred that restions be aent to tto th? ?mi ?a? maamm m m tto dub*? aatbtUe-Ba llsary E Strinser. fe?i eviinlltee, haa the temporary clubhouse on ta aaxtooa to ?at ??trailsa? that < raaka the?? faculties area amtto tractive. ALL THIS WEEK ?