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Drama And THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1914 Th e Picture P 1 ay s i iFHPRFSSl L.I1II IIE.UU turarnr THE NEW MANAGEMENT The Parker Woodman Amusement Co. Announce a complete CHANGE OF POLICY for this popular house. Yielding to many requests the management of the OS! Or" OPERA COMPANY Will Present ONE COMPLETE OP- a memory that tomes to "an actor's, mental vision. ' Direetor--The equivalent of a stage manager in a theater. Iiissolve The running of one scene into another by a gradual cutting off of one and sharpening of the other It is done by running the film twice through the camera; the first time I gradually (losing the shutter on the first scene, and the s'erond time start ins with a closed shutter and grad ually opening it on the hew scene. It is most often used to suggest memories of the past or visions seen by characters in the play. The scenes which appear to their mental screen and are gradually dissolved away as they end. Double Exposure Used wnere the visions are seen by characters in the play or for trick photography, as that in which one actor takes two parts in the same scene. In this case again the film is run twice through the camera. The first time the section of the picture which is to show u Vision is cut out with a shade over that section of the lens, and the sec ond time only the vision section is permitted to let light through. In cases where one actor is playing two parts the two characters are kept in different parts of the scene, one part being photographed on each run anil the other part shut "- Exterior A view apparently of out doors, whether taken indoors or not. Fade Out Somewhat similar to dis solve, except that instead of having ! the entire picture fade away evenly , ! It is steadily reduced In size until it j vanishes in the center. Feature A play of two or more i reels. First - Hun A play shown by a theater on the d'.iy of Its release from the manufacturer. Second, third and fourth runs come consecutively after it. Flash A brief glimpse of a scene, just enough to account for the pres- ' i s i. X h 4 - f 1 1 vV1S.I 117 1J ! MA a ft. A r"r ' '-i.i..ii,7 THE LAMARA announces its big-! I gest week. Today the bill includes j the wonueriui Kciison feature, "Si- ; lent Teath," and in addition will i have the I.ubin "Heart of Mystery" j and the Vitagraph comedy, "The Trail of Snake Bend," which is quite enough to keep anybody interested. However, the great big feature of the week will be "Anthony and Cleo patra" on Tuesday and Wednesday. This is the biggest feature that the Kleine people have ever turned out and it will be a revelation of the J possibilities in picture making. It j goes without saying that the Lamara : will house the biggest crowds in its . ujMury on mese iww ciays. i THE REGALE THEATRE is to- i day presenting a bill that will appeal to every patron of this oozy ami i comfortable moving picture house at j 210-212 East Washington street. The vt j&y i ence of some character in a particular ),jSKOSt hind of success. feature of the program is a series of i ! slides presenting a pictured recital of i the Sun Fete parade on Thursday K and the Elks' Reunion association parade on Friday. As the slides will be an added feature to the regular; program, they will be shown on J Monday as well as today. Manager Cruckson in this connection also an- j desert, levelling and sowing,, digging j nounces that excellent moving pic- i wells, planting trees and doing the jture films were taken of the parades j other things that go toward T-nlvr!.i film serving n,i th.it . hou I making a home. Some were homesick films will be received here in a few ! and many lonely. It was an opportune I days and will be shown at the Re- i Un u'r the women to get together anu ; see wnat tney couii ao to alleviate The regular program today will j matters and make life a little more consist of five rce.ls of high class ! cheerful. A meeting was called at the dramas and comedies including an j home of Mrs. J. J. Goulds on the Rase unusual Spanish production by the j ne. Those who responded were Powers company. "His Wife's Child." I homesteaders five miles from Phoenix. iF-J I featuring Florence Lawrence, heads ! They were waiting lor water, as sev-.' riiiM'mk ! the bill. This is a, two-reel Victor oral others were, but early in 1913 the and the story is said to be unusually ! canals were opened, and now the "des Ferne NlVrose, Prima Donna with ' interesting. "She Becomes a De- j ert is blossoming like the rose," with the Bowker Musical Comedy Co., : tective" is a Frontier comedy, the Jits great fields of alfalfa, milo maize at the Savoy j breezy Western sort with a laugh to and grain. Nineteen women attended .every foot of the film. "The Taran- I the first session and a poeietv w:i of the kind that has been offered to I u,1;l Girl" is the. Spanish reel that formed and named "The ladles' Aid i "r . . i.'. .kiW111 appeal to English-speaking peo- society ot the south Side, with Mrs. Phocn.x. before that ,t deserves the, " n. . .. ' ' -The number of feet - Of place. Footage film used. ! Heavy The villains role. I Insert or Cut In Similar to leader, except that it is usually a section of j the dialogue of the play, and Is most 1 Used in a scene and not between scenes. Animated Weekly presents a series of Rowker, vice-president; Mrs. F. Wil- The offering this week, beginning pictures, of recent happenings feat- son, secretary, and Mrs. Farmer, treas tomorrow night, will be "Olivetta," I ured in tho news columns of the urer, and the following departments one of the, most delightful comic j papers of the world. Altogether this were organized: Plans, social, literary ; operas ever .written. The music is promises to be one of the best bills and reception and sick; the aims being wholly charming and the comedy I the Regale has been enabled to offer j for mutual benefit and charitable work, bully. They could not have chosen j in sometime. The society grew so rapidly the homes i. better ' work to inaugurate the new i were too small for .such an audience, policy with. ' Phoenix is continually THE PLAZA management promis-'; an,t .), two Sunday schools that had asking for good music well given, j es an unusually good bill today and been established in the meantime de- Interior A setting showing trie in- The Ronton Idea! company is doing ; an even better one tomorrow. "The Ri,.pd (f) comp together to form one jside of any structure. more to' supply this demand than any i Way of a Mother," Is a two-reel Mil-j R0(lrt school, so they began planning ! Lead An important character as- company that has ever come h-re, I tuai feature presenting in excellent inr n centrally located building. Messrs. signed to the players who usually ntul they' should be supported. j pictures a story eompellingly inter-'' ror,.p.( 1?n,i Heard offered to donate I play heroes or heroines. ; ,, -sting. "The Angel of Mrcy" is a what half n building would cost-and I J,eader A sub-title or chapter head- j THE LION continues to be away j single Gaumont, bringing out a sf.ry f;vf. a,.res of Ifim1." Soliciting commit 'ing thrown on the screen in text, v.s- llp in front of the .moving picture of- , that is a fitting companion piece for tr(s wpre .ipp0intpi1 nr(1 w(,nt to work uallv between two scenes, but some- fenngs. The program for this week j the feature. "Billy's New Watch." is ; earnest, pnd inside One vear a time's in the middle of a scene. offers an unusual feature in "The U Majestic comedy that will provoke hptultifll, five-roomed buPding. named' One Reel-A thousand feet of film Perils ' of Pauline,- the grent j ripples of laughter and send patrons by Mrs. ' Hean1 ,by renuest "Xeigh ' running from fifteen to twenty min- Pathe serial which is arousing so of the Plaza away happy. Tomor- borbo)d House;. costins $2Ma. stoo sixteen pictures in a mucn iavoraoie coiu...eni uuuusu.un ( . "... "... "-..""' ." completed, furnished and paid for utcs, taking ...... .untp. TVii Kio- fmitiir.i i ..r.,1 vbmb nr iihout Illty leei a...j, l,.b of film to the minute. be shown on Wednesday and Thurs- P-in or Panorama To turn or swing day. this week and every second week ,0'ran, in anv direction so as to thereafter. The balance of the week change its field. Much' used in fol timing a. - , (.,- Girl and the famous Realty film as Practicable A piece of seem n , tt.r- ' ' : niture or props that is real or suf- the leaders. ! ! the use thtt . ThM little house is just about a tlliemij vc.ir nl.l nnur nn.l from its ot.enina will ' Heasts at I-arge," a thrilling thre- will he devoted to the regular run of Mutual Movies with the Mutual reel picture showing just what hap pened when the cirrus train was wrecked and the wild animals were . except the piano to be used for phil- i anthropic. educational and religious ! purposes, controlled by six trustees, ! released from their cages. The man- . . , ' " " ' " .,..,, . . . 'the Sunday school one from each so- agement oi the Plaza has been trvingi . . , . ' , , i-i 1 ciety elected annuallv. i tor several weeks to secure this film., ' . It wi!l be shown -but the one day.! ThP-I.nion Sunday school meets , (vj .every Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. and j ... ! !. . has a Rible class of about fifty mem- I the real niece would have to stand ' ,t.u . nMtitn in the nic l-rops ii.e .w , ... ... . . lh(? procession. ' No better films can ture bv the actors or set about the ' day it has been at the very head of I 1 CLUB NOTES- . fl .'""lid, n-tjin tiiirnu. i ar i T Ti-U A. S. imots twice a month and is ' ! -11 r..1n v. i i. ati win. : - - fi VmtfmiPii rrnm Pnp Ttrn aged. Ceitn. comf,,nah,e and altogMh- I - "T .Z"r??Ll' T ""L",? ttintu-o oa ihora is tin KPtt.r i cantata. "A Rhine lirend." bv . A J. - -.." ""v,. , .n r,v,t.viu .i.-,t.-- chorus; Mrs. J. E. Walker, director, sewing for the third of each month. and Mrs. ' W. ' E: Defty. ' accompanist ' j 'i" 7w and green," and scene. . Register A word used1 to indicate that an actor must show .plainly by mu'jc tha( crtn A hpanl ( Caldicott, will be sung by the. club Sisned e Wliifsday and his action or facial expression, in.. there Is experiencing a ctruun emouo'i, !iiig a certain thing or saying a specl flu thing. Scene That part of the 'action of a nholo plaj- which takes place in ons lt wH1 tonight. i.,r.fctinn uSthont n break in the ae- ,t,. niirasdv. lion. ' . . , , . , the place- wjll, wUh them good luck i will be in charge of Mrs. "Joseph rT. g,tn.t?nrrl' How to Use the Ballot ' Scenario A description of the ac- in lars(, bunches when they get 4n ! Kibbev and Mrs. M H -Wflliams. ' ' ' J' ' Pn'slcal Culture Day," picnics; tiOn. in a Thoto play', scene by scene, jver. .' ' , ' . . ., j . , .,. ., j'C-.nd programs for 1914 are "Moth- giving- the entrance- of each player To replace the bunch of live wires j 'The Harmony .club has arranged a j " s ?ay'" "A8ricultural Day," "Demon and occasionally some of . the more the : management has brought, the ! splendid program 'for Gentlemen's ratirtn of Table Setting and Serving I, (;,. tliulnime . , HOWker MUSlCa- t.OmeUV COmjianV ' kven ni " u h eh will l.n ..V.uar,o,l m,'"'.'. vi.nriii. t.icuu ui , Since the announcement of thft "1 R. Jacobs and his most j bazadr committee jrf The -Republicnh C "6 . -ssionary id company, or rather ; last week, a new feature has been add- J -coiners) and every patron that ed for tl annual c:lub event. A fortune D"m"stlc Science Day." ;"Agri- i work that. ilrwn to' I t,.liiA h.'.n'ih KnJ 'rnj ao.i r,,IUiraI Dav. " evening,, and papers. THE SAVOY THEATRE has, said goodbye to L. excellent tablo ! set A scene settjng. prepared for t.nd they will, , photographing. . , ' .. ' "T '.Magic, Hat." .The. new people! have been rvpry quiet and unassuming t in thinir. claims for greatness, and Va......M ., . rr .4t.rt (hflt, ' la-ill tlV'A n ! good cpmpfi good enter; vfrv few' Promises' (Outside of Mr. 7THE EMPRES enters on' the first VokeT jimmy oihson who are week of its .new management, with wp ,knoWn! nn,j have many friends change in its policy, in that, u tlorp thp company will be strangers iH open tomorrow night in . Wednesday at the Woman's club. T;V'v - .V- ' - --'. '-!'H ii WHAT IS HAPPENING. . :i 'Is fHEJRE THIS WEEK ; . 1 -v ; ' "L. A. S. of, th South Side" , (By Mrs. K. S. ;To.wnsenl) ohiinge ot Tried Recipes and Demon stration jDay," "Music Day." "Good- , I fellowship Day," "Children's Day," i "Picnic Day,'", etc. ' . ' Much interest has been shown by ERA EACH EVENING Instead of the two per formances as at present. WEEK OF APRIL 20TH . "OLIVETTE" Presented in its entire ety Three Acts Prices: 10c, 20c, 30c 12 Rows Reserved 50c give up the Serial form of musical to ihoenij;.. Miss Feme Melrose,, who comedy offering and will also cut formprlv witn Kolb and Dill, from two to one show a-night. Here- v.jn ' be the prima donna '.and Miss after there will be but one opera pro- Mprri thp soubrette. while George dueed each week and the. whole play rjiack'burn wiU assist with the corn will be given each night. The cur- y A bjjf fp!,turp will he the Tango" tain will rise at 8:15, and previous to ojr!s an,i , the. "Barefoot Tango" dance thut time the best ' type of moving w;11 bp tne feature of the open pictures will be shown and there will jnK snow also . be 'pictures shown between the' Tne bi,i jr,)r thp spcnnd half of the acs. The Roston Ideal company wiU wppk wjn. bp "The I'ind of Flim remain at the house and their, work j,-,m " opening on Thursday night, is so .very, much better than anything , . . . , i j . ' j "THE COLISEUM, offers as ifs great big- headline feature for this week "Webh'and His Five Minstrel Maids." The1 management has se cured two other ' acts which .it de Clares .is wanton extravagance on their part, as Webb ami his maids are an, whole show, in themselves; but then the Coliseum Is trying to give something ' more than your money's worth each week, and with it -feature pictures and big acts . 4s succeeding; admirabl.y. . . , ( rttng-thiH they will have a Thp birth and. development of the -' " nns Deen snown by ifiny and ghe tboroughlr! rj'- g. of the South Side July, 1911, the "chairmen, and their committees in taipments .they have made j brought' a "hew era to the'south side bv ! n,'n8 ieir programs a success and the -building of. me1 new' nfidgc -across I v "" i'N"rai the Salt River, one mile south of Phoe- Ht t'ps-iThe L. A. s. was instrumentAl nix.. This is said to-be-the- longest m, 1 i "S'K"S to i.nng anout the con cement bridge in America and meant ' tn of three, districts and havini ng . I .. t ..-! . ... . . . . the settling of n'vn'sf number of acres " imee-room central SCnool built of fine arable land. Houses seemed to !'and fumfrhed up-to-date and at. pres-' j spring up over-night a'nd homes were erected in all directions'. People com ing in were mostly strangers to each other and had many hardships with which to contend, while clearing the , J c. f i t ?t tit, ' THE AVENUE THEATRE cohtini ut'S its' series' of the wonderful Fanr ous Player films and -is packed to the doors each night that they are shown. Manager. Levi is patting him self on the, back for the proud pos sessor of the finest brand of "eanne-J music" that has' ever been heard ill Phoenix,. .' Even when the audience has not' yet arrived at the theatre he goes, and sits in the orchestra, puts in' a record and turns it loose. One can hardly blame him for it certainly is a. splendid instrument and the selections are exceptionally good. Honest-to-goodness music and (even better films account for the Clara Smitn, Essanay Eaitern Co., large;- audience that travel to thU at the Avenue i place nightly. W,"."" 'j JkT; : " Paul Keith. By the sudden death at Palm Beach of B. F. Keith, the father of and the king of vaudeville' i'n this co'ntry, there has stepped into 'the theatric-i limelight his son Paul, who will e t deayor to take 4hc p'r.e ' of 1-is father in the field in which t! ? 'site! founp' fame sr'd fovttu'e. ent . this district is making plans fori more roini, as the school- is over- t crowded. .We afe fortunatein having a community of good talent. Several ' have had college education and good training in music and many others ' have been school teachers, and -still , others of good business ability. The chanitable . work 'has beien a pleasure to us and a profit, to those benefited.' We have made up. two bolts into pajamas! foV patients of the County Tuberculosis Hospital, and six' dozen I sheets and uHlowcases." sewed for the j uevennon, n9me . in , making , cresses, i night x-lothes and quilts. Miss Gilchrist superintende'nt' ot Associated Charities, ! has tfen of assistance, giving us the goods and patterns. ' Vie nad stork shover and -a, kiU'hen shower- to one who, lost her, home by fire; a bed outr fit to a ppor,sick girl; .held one. bazaar; had many entertainments' of different kinds to raise money. In fact, .have i'eeri h busy peopte; and God has blessed our efforts, hs'we- have tried to meet wilhj His approval, and thus- far we. have beep he)'' together , and blessed, p1 we. hope we. have been a hlessing-j to oiners. , . The Recriprocity day given by the) L.-A." S. of the South side: recently was ' Instrumental in arousing, the interest of the town clubs in-the. activities of the country clubs. Xo organization has j been of greater assistance '-to Its com munity than this society, which meets fortnightly at the Neighborhood house. Its history, aims and accomplishments are told in The Republican this morn ing by the president, Mrs. K. S. Town send: . - -The- Lamara Theater 13 EAST WASHINGTON ST. THE HOME OF THE PERFECT PHOTO PLAY ANT IU1 In AND CLEOPATRA IN EIGHT REELS THE FEATURE PICTURE EXTRAORDI-NARY. Positively, the most gorgeous, stupendous and spectacular representation ever attempted in the motion-picture world. HISTORICALLY AND PICTORIALLY ; ACCURATE. r ' '.-" I ' 'i .... -. ' i ' - ' ' Faithfully depicting the guilty love of the Roman Consul for the beautiful Egyptian Queen. NOTE Owing to the fact that eight reels are necessary to tell this tremendous story, the management, announces a slight advance in prices. The prices will be 20c and 30c. The show is worth a dollar of anybody's money. Visit the afternoon shows and you will be more than satisfied. FIVE PERFORMANCES DAILY, AS FOL LOWS: 12 o'clock noon, 2:20 p.m., 4:40 p.m., 7 o'clock and 9:20 p.m. The Lamara Theater 13 WEST WASHINGTON EIGHT REELS 20 and 30 Cents EIGHT REELS 4. 4'