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AMUSEMENTS
)3elasco—"The Cat and the
Canary."
I jThe Belasco Theater Players an
seunce for next week "The Cat and
t|e Canary.” by John Willard; the
psystery drama that has held Broad-
V'ay audiences in breathless suspense
#<}r two seasons.
j .The author wrote a little rhyme to
t>* inserted in the program that reads
as follows:
if«:.ou like this play, pleaae tell your friends;
Bit pray don't tell them bow it ends.
| J"The Cat and the Canary” calls for
Itirong dramatic acting, seasoned with
that of subtle comedy. The cast will
life lude Donald Gallaher, Leona Bou
tqlle. Elisbeth Paterson, Everett But
terfield, Harry Irving and Adele
VVmdsor.
II Poll's—"El Capitan."
• h"he De Wolf Hopper Comic Opera
tempany. at Poll's Theater, came to
■Washington for a four-week engage
at’pnt. This week is the ninth of its
May. and from the present outlook
ft twill remain for several more.
, [Next week, following ‘Tolanthe,"
John Philip Sousa's famous "El Capi
fca|n” will be presented.
.Mr. Hopper and Mr. Sousa are very
£a*t friends, and when the opera “El
Capitan” was first presented Mr.
sjusa picked Hopper to play the prin
cipal role. This he did in New York
and also when the opera was present
ed in London.
* jMr. Hopper is trying to prevail on
|lr Sousa to be present the opening
■ itrht and to wield the director's
Baton.
* Jn connection with the Hopper en
gagement it is worth mentioning that
»r the Saturday matinee of "Choco
kv).. Soldier," the theater, seating
*ipre than 2,000, in the middle of
ftummer. every seat was sold and many
%teri:Tifig-room admissions also.
i J
■ iKeith s —Frances White.
f I'rances White, popular musical
tjojnedy star, formerly partner of the
late William Rock, will headline the
l*h at B F. Keith's Theater next
'S4e’t in a cycle of her own songs
fttijn dances, assisted by Ted Murray at
Vi* piano.
.‘The Meistersingers will be heard
13c. their 16th annual engagement,
with a program of classical and popu
lp( numbers, concluding with a med
-I#.\ of operatic airs.
.'Marie Nordstrom, dramatic actress,
musical comedy and vaudeville star.
♦ fll appear in a pleasant bit of
‘ilitertaining." something old, some
tiling new. many laughs and a tear or
t»vM. written for her by Franc'es
!f<frdstrom.
JJOthers will include Roger William*!
*SThe Boy From Dixie," in timely
stories and songs; "Rice and Old
Shoes," a skit presented by Harry J.
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Conley, assisted by Harriet Townes,
with elaborate settings; Mile. Ivy, in
a sensational dancing act, “Dance
d'Arts.” assisted by Jack De Winter
and Derrick Swan: the Flemings, with
“Art in Alabaster," and the usual
screen features.
Strdnd Opens Sunday.
The Strand Theater will open Its
doors Sunday at 2:30 p.m. for the
1924-25 season, offering as an in
augural bill a fine Ilne-up of vaude
ville and picture attractions.
The vaudeville offerings will be
headed by a pretentious musical re
vue, "Etchings From Life,” with Mar
tha Lawrence, Jack Mclntyre, Fran
cis Holcome, Mimi and Pomme. Ruth
Miller, Maude Harrow and Marion
Thomas In the cast, and ‘‘The Lady
Orchestra,” a feature act in itself.
Others will include Wilson and
Hayes, in a black-face comedy, "The
Crime Detectors”; Jack Kramer and
Jean Breen, in their "Vest Pocket
Revue"; Jack Murray and Bobby
Irwin, in "A Trip Around the World,”
and Jack and Viola Gilbert, In "Va
rieties."
The photoplay attraction will fea
ture Jack Hoyt and Dorothy Dalton,
In Louis Joseph Vance's “The Lone
Wolf.” Wilton Lackaye, Tyrone
Power and Charlotte Walker are In
the cast. Clyde Cook, in his latest
comedy, "The Orphan," the Fox News
and other subjects will be shown.
Tivoli—Music and Screen
Features.
Crandall's Tivoli Theater, beginning
next Sunday afternoon, will present
Polly Lou Dee, in a series of popular
numbers and ballads, accompanied at
the piano by Charles Embler; Roy
Dietrich will display his tenor voice
in a song recital, and Marguerite De
La Motte, John Bowers, Estelle Tay
lor. David Butler. Walter Long, Ralph
Lewis, Chester Conklin and Nick Cog
ley will be screened in Metro's pro
duction of "Desire." a poignant storv.
Tivoli's "Mirror of the Living World"
also will be shown. The Tivoli Or
chestra will contribute to the musical
program.
Palace—" Lily ol the Dust"
Pola Negri has the central role of
Paramount's screen version of Her
man Suderman's famous classic, "The
Song of Songs,” which, under the
title “Lily of the Dust," will be shown
at Loew's Palace Theater next week.
Dimitri Buchowetskl. the conti
nental directoral genius who came to
America expressly to direct Pola in
a number of Paramount productions,
handled the megaphone in this of
fering. The cast includes Ben Lyon,
Noah Beery, Raymond Griffith. Wil
THE EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON, P. C.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6. 1924.
liam J. Kelly and Jeanette Daudet.
The story concerns a girl whose
fascination for men is a curse to her.
Caught up in a whirl of European
existence where every force seems
to urge her downward, she tries
again and again to start afresh, but
even her kindness and real affection
seem to become snares for her feet.
In the end, however, she encounters
the man who discerns the real woman
beneath appearances.
Columbia—" Manhandled."
Gloria Swanson will be featured In
the screen version of "Manhandled,"
a Paramount picture of Arthur
Stringer's magazine story, directed
by Alan Dwan, at Loews Columbia
Theater next week. The cast includes
Brooke Johns, Ann Pennington, Tom
Moore. Lilyan Taahman, lan Keith
and Paul McAllister.
"Manhandled” serves to point the
moral that the modern flapper, emu
lating the salamander In her ability
to paas through the fires of tempta
tion and pleasure, is, nevertheless,
occasionally scorched in the process,
and the fragile daintiness of her
charms are reduced in value through
manhandling Miss Swanson Is the
heroine, a gay, carefree little shop
girl of sound morals, but obsessed
with the desire for pleasure which
almost wrecks her romance with a
youngster she loves.
Rialto—“The Wiee Virgin"
A honeymoon for three furnishes
many of the laughs of "The Wise Vir
gin," a comedy drama of the screen,
which opens a week's engagement at
the Rialto Theater Sunday.
The story Is an original by Elmer
Harris, author of “So Long. Letty.”
and "Canary Cottage,” and is said to
make a “whlz-bang” picture.
The cast is headed by Patsy Ruth
Miller and Matt Moore, and includes
Lucy Fox, Leon Bary, Edythe Chap
man and Charles A. Stevenson.
One of Hal Roache's “Spat Family”
comedies. "Hitting the High Spots”;
the Rialto Magazine and other film
subjects, with orchestral music, and
the second number of the Famous
Music Master Series, entitled "Men
delssohn," will complete the bill.
Metropolitan "Unguarded
Women."
"Unguarded Women." a new Para
mount picture to be shown at Cran
dall's Metropolitan next week. Is
described as a colorful, romantic
drama of sacrifice and regeneration,
adapted from Lucy Stone Terrill's
magazine story, "Face.”
Something unusual in the way of
scenery may be expected, as much of
the action takes place In the colorful
Far East—Peking. China, with its
Oriental customs and costumes, the
battlefields of the World War and
the fashionable homes of the rich on
Long Island. Bebe Daniels, Richard
Dix and Mary Astor, in leading
roles, are supported by Walter Me-
Grail, Frank Losee, Helen Llndroth
and Joe King. Lloyd Hamilton, in
"Good Morning,” will furnish the
laughs, and the Metropolitan or
chestra the music.
Ambassador-—" Unguarded
Women."
Bebe Daniels, Richard Dix and
Mary Astor are featured In “Un
guarded Women,” Alan Crosland’s
picture of Lucy Stone Terrill’s
magazine story, “Face,” which will
be shown Sunday and Monday of
next week at Crandall's Ambassador
Theater, together with Lloyd Hamil
ton, in "Good Morning”: Tuesday and
Wednesday, “The Rejected Woman,”
featuring Alma Rubens, Conrad
Nagel. Wyndham Standing and Clift
Bowes, in ‘Out Bound”; Thursday, a
picture of gypsy life, passion and
love, featuring Derelys Perdue. Lloyd
Hughes and Joseph Swlckard, tne
Spat Family in "Hunters Bold,”
and an unusual scenic. "Chil
dren of Germany"; Friday. Monte
Banks, in a cyclone of thrills and
fun In “Racing Luck," with Lige
Conley, In "Midnight Blues,” and
Saturday. Richard Talmadge. with
Billie Dove and Stuart Holmes, In
"On Time,” Our Gang, In "Commence
ment Day,” and short reels.
Central "Missing DaugK
ters.
“Missing Daughters,” a Selznlck
production, featuring Eva Novak.
Eileen Percy, Pauline Starke, Claire
Adams, Rockliffe Fellowcs and
Robert Edeson, will be shown the
first three days of next week at
Crandall's Central Theater, with
Wltwer's “The Telephone Girl,” fea
turing Alberta Vaughn, Albert Cook
and Kit Guard; Wednesday and
Thursday, Viola Dana and Alan
Forrest, in “Don't Doubt Your Hus
band,” a “tragl-comedy” of married
life, and Stan Laurel In a burlesque,
“Seb vs. Paprika"; Friday and Satur
day. George Fltzmaurlce's production
of Joseph Hergenshelmer’s colorful
romance. “Cytherea," and an Aesop
fable. “Amelia Comes Back."
Avenue Grand.
Sunday and Monday. Colleen Moore,
In "The Perfect Flapper,” and Cliff
Bowes. In “Head On"; Tuesday and
Wednesday, Alma Rubens and Lewis
Stone, in "Cythera,” and Aesop
Fable; Thursday. Barbara La Marr
and Bert Lytell, in "The Eternal City"
and Howe's "Liquid Lava”; Friday,
Harrison Ford, in 'The Fool's Awak
ening.” and Clyde Cook. In "The
Broncho Express"; Saturday, Richard
Talmadge, In “Fast Company," and
Our Gang, In “Tire Trouble.*’
Apollo.
Sunday and Monday. Alma Rubens
and Lewis Stone, in "Cytherea." and
Aesop Fable; Tuesday and Wednes
day, Colleen Moore, in 'The Perfect
Flapper?* and Cliff Bowes, in “Lunch
Brigade”; Thursday, Harrison Ford, In
"The Fool’s Awaksnlng,” and Spat
Family, in "Help One Another”: Fri
day, Baby Peggy. In "The Law For
bids,” and Wltwer's “The Telephone
Girl”; Saturday, Viola Dana, in “The
Heart Bandit,” and Lige Conley, in
"Midnight Blues.”
CKevy Chase.
Sunday and Monday (doors open
Sunday 2;JO pm.). Charles Ray. In
"The Courtship of Myles Blandish.”
Aesop's Fables and News Events;
Tuesday, Agnes Ayres, in "The Guilty
One,” Mack Bennett’s ‘‘Trying to Get
Along”; Wednesday and Thursday.
Jacqueline Logan and Rod Laßoque,
In "Code of the Sea,” Fun From the
Press and News Events; Friday,
“Quicksands.” Charles Chase, in "See •
ing. Nellie Home,” "Leatherstockings”
No. 7; Saturday (doors open 3:30
p.m.), Emil Jennings, in "Peter the
Great,” Universal Comedy, "Fighting
Skipper" No. 12.
Circle.
Sunday and Monday, Anna Q. Nils
son and Milton Sills, In "Flowing
Gold”; Tuesday. James Kirkwood,
Lila Lee and Madge Bmany. In “Loves
Whirlpool”; Wednesday, Aileen
Pringle, Louise Fazenda and Norman
Kerry, In "True as Steel”; Thursday
and Friday, Constance Talmadge. In
"The Dangerous Maid”; Saturday.
Baby Peggy, in "The Law Forbids,”
also Harold Lloyd, In "Nnmber
Please."
Crandalls.
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Rich
ard Barthelmess and May McAvoy, In
'The Enchanted Cottage” and Cliff
Bowes. In "Good News”; Wednesday
and Thursday, Thomas Metgban, in
‘The Enchanted Cottage," and Cliff
Saturday, Estelle Taylor, In "Tiger
Love” and Jimmy Aubrey, in "K. Per
fect Pest."
Dumbarton,
Sunday, Gloria Grey, in "The Girl
of the Limberlost"; Monday, Baby
Peggy, in 'The Law Forbids"; Tues
day, John Gilbert, in ‘The Wolf Man";
Wednesday, Norma Talmadge, in
"Aahes of Vengeance,” 7 and 9 p.m.;
Thursday, Helen Chadwick and Lewis
Stone, in "Why Men Leave Home":
Friday, Louise Fazenda and Sidney
Chaplin, in "Galloping Fish”; Satur
day, Fred Thompson, in “Galloping
Galllnger.”
Elite.
Sunday and Monday, Reginald
Denny, in "Sporting Youth”; Tuesday,
Leatrtce Joy. in "The Guilty One”;
Wednesday, Jean Talley, in "The Un
invited Guest”; Thursday, Baby Peggy,
In ‘The Darling of New York”; Fri
day, Mark McDermott, In "Hoodman
Blind": Saturday. Tom Mix, in "The
Eyes of the Forest.”
Olympic.
Sunday and Monday, Sylvia Breamer
and Frank Mayo, In “The Woman on
the Jury”; Tuesday, Betty Compson,
in "The White Shadow”; Wednesday,
Anita Stewart, in ‘The Great White
Way"; Thursday, May McAvoy, in
William de Mine's mystery picture,
“The Bedroom Window”; Friday,
Walter Hiers, in "Fair Week”: Satur
day, Claire Windsor, in “Nellie, the
Beautiful Cloak Model.”
Park.
Sunday and Monday, Beatrice Joy in
“The Marriage Cheat”: Comedy,
Harry Langdon in Shanghaied
Lovers.” Tuesday and Wednesday,
Poll Negri in “Montmarte”; WUI
Rogers in “Just Passin’ Thru.”
Thursday, Agnes Ayres in “The
Guilty One”; Stan Laurel in “Smithy,”
Pathe News. Friday, Walter Hiers
in “Fair Week”: Chronicles of
America, ‘The Gateway to the
West,” Saturday, John Bowers and
Marguerite De LaMotte in “When a
Man's a Man”: Mack Sennett Comedy,
“The Half Back of Notre Dame”;
Matinee only. The fifth episode of
“The Fast Express,” starring William
Duncan, with Edith Johnson.
Doors open daily at 6:00 P.M.,
Saturdays at I N P.M. and Sundays
at 2:30 P.M., with continuous perfor
mances both day*
Savoy.
Sunday and Monday, Colleen Moore,
in “The Perfect Flapper," and Cliff
Bowes, in "Pardon Us”; Tuesday and
Wednesday, Alma Rubens, Lewis
Stone and Irene Rich, in "Cytherea,”
and Aesop Fable; Thursday, Barbara
La Marr and Bert Lytell, in "The
Eternal City,” and Howe's "A Movie
Pioneer"; Friday, Harrison Ford, in
'The Fool's Awakening,’’ and Neal
Burns, in ‘Tootsie Wootsle;” Satur
day, Fred Thomson, in ‘The Fighting
Sap,” and Our Gang, in "Tire Trouble.”
Takoma.
Sunday and Monday, “The Girl of
the Limberlost,” Pathe News and
Topics; Tuesday, Jack Holt in “The
Tiger’s Claw” and Betty Compson in
"The White Flower;” Wednesday and
Thursday, Henry B. Walthall in ‘The
Unknown Purple”; Friday, Jane Novak
in "Lullaby," Aesops Fables; Tele
phone Girl No. 7; Saturday matinee and
evening. Harold Bell Wright’s "When
a Man’s a Man,” and Aesop’s Fables.
YoS.
Sunday and Monday. Johnny Hines.
DURANT
“Just a Reed Good Car*’
in “Conductor 1492,” and Ben Turpin,
in "Yukon Jake"; Tuesday, Bessie
Love, in “Those Who Dance,” and
Aesop Fable; Wednesday, John Gil
bert, in "Cameo Kirby.” and Jimmie
Adams, in "Safe and Sane”; Thurs
day. Estelle Taylor, in “Tiger Love.”
and Will Rogers, in “The Cake Eat
ers ; Friday, Viola Dana, in “The
Heart Bandit.” and Witwer’s “The
Telephone Girl”; Saturday, Irene Rich
and Noah Beery, in “The Dangerous
Trail, and Clyde Cook, in the
Broncho Express.”
The large farm is increasing in
popularity in Canada. In 1921 the.-e
were 63,500 more farms of 2,000 acres
and up than in 1911. The small farms
or less than 50 acres in size have de
creased in number.
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