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THE AftlZOXA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1915
PAGE FIVE
Drama, an
Picture
PI
beginning in Xo etrdie r 1 S 1 7 l-.or sal
ary takes another upward jump.
It is saiil that ti e Metropolitan di-ii-
torate believes that tiiere are
times hen it is unwi: to play with
lire. They arc nil wearing band
ages on their fingers.
ays
states that tho
si little inter
act ilia; in "Pn
tonr is to lie
:oes on to sav
seems to lie not at
enything having to
Why?
Chicago exchange
"far west" has shown
st in H. P. Wai ter's
iter ("over" shat his
terminated. Then it
that the far west
ail interested in
io Willi the theater. So ninoh so
Itiat protlueers are f-ane-elcing their
1 kings west of t'hioigo for th
remainder of the. fiumhi except in a
lew special instances.
That Was Too Much
A little doe dancer, somewhat fat
am! nearing forty, was telling his
troubles to a group of friends on
Proailway one lav. lie hail just
reacheil the (Treat AVhhe MJay alter a
irnrc or less dinsterous trip through
the southern states with a Minstrel
tn.upe. "Tina's was certainly hard"
lie said, "and they keeps getting
wor"e and worse; lnt I sticks to it.
Wliy in some of them )M.tash ami j
turpetitine towns things was so !,ail i
the people would Mar.it at the win- J
lows of the hash house where we :
was calin" and yell to us to slip em I
a roll. l;ut at I'oidele t!a. tl.ey tot!
ir.y goat. Hilly left the show audi
they wanted me to Pe liotn -ni! men
at the same old salary. i epiit."
'iUy?;' sV V I
S3',
:V1
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"Old Curiosity Shop," at the Empress on Wednesday and Thursday
THE
another
pro
in
ARIZONA is entering upon
bi, wee!-; today. Its opening
vvill uffer Kohert AVarwick
in "Alias Jnnmy Valentine."
so well known through the
version and in ok form i
tiraw liif ;llidienccs. It i
WHAT IS HAPPENING
HERE THIS
!
THE COLISEUM today
Kllis Musical ('onietly 'o.
time and tomorrow the
1 loneymooners v ill replace
lar company. For ten
Klliv. oiapany has done a
A play
dramatic
sure to
ould l.e
I hard to think of a man better suitcil
In the role of Jimmy than lion War
jwiik and the cumbimition should
make ;in ideal attraition.
! For .Monday, Tuesday and AVed
I nesday the Arizona lias its liii;Kc;.L
attraction or the season with the ex-
( ccpti.m ot "t ahina. 11 is the film
I ersion of Iiex leach's famous stoic.
.j, j "The Spoilers." This picturesque and
i rusKcil lomance of Alaska has :i hive
it li suleiiiiid imagination that
r t lie last prips and holds tne synipatiues. i'.ix.
liroadway I uiovinir, 1:1.1 -;! f ul nn-,1 wholesome in
this popu- i its human inu-rest. absorbing in situ
weels th.!ntion. "Th ' Spoilers" is a thrilling,
prosperous I red-blooded story of stronir men bat-
alone is the play
inif card; but a
itself
WEEK
of ;'ers the j storv
1 i
Marguerite Clark in "The Goose Girl," Arizona, Thursday
business and while, in some respects,
the achievements of the company
have fallen somewhat short of ex
pectations, it has in evefy way iieen
a vast improvement on anything that
has ever been seen at the Coliseum,
in lii'iia Yiienne esiecially and Karl
Hall and Alice Iewih the company
has teen ai led by principals of high
caliber.
-Mr. I'ayne who is nianasins1 the
Broadway lloneymooners conies to
1'hoenix with an enviable reputation.
He has sp nt many successful seasons
in F.l I 'a so. l:illa.s. Ft. Worth and
other of the larger Texas cities. Ho
has made" his entrance unostenta
tiously and while not promisiir any
thing that seems impossible, he says
that he has a company which he
leels sure will prove satisfactory and
that he will be frlad to be judsedby
their work on tneir first appearance
on Monday nisfht.
There are sixteen r people in the
r.roadway Honeymooners and Mr.
I'ayne says that they are all compe
tent artists and that he fels sure
many of them will become, fast fav
orites here. The policy of two per
formances a night ar.d two changes
.f bill each week will he followed.
The opening hill
liroadway."
will be "Along
tling for supremacy, with all their ; Winnifred
power of mind and muscle alert for j
every cast of chance. i
The picture shows one of the most j
realistic fiehts thttt ever has been
screened and the vhole thing throbs
i-:nd pulses with1 sensations. William
Farnum plays the lead while Kath
erine Williams will b seen as
great draw
a means of
bringing Clara Kimball Young before
the public it performs a double ser
vice. Few women appear to such
great advantage on the screen as this
tine niiist. The story of the pi ty is
of course well known here, it was
played with very great success by
'he Redmond company at this same
theater.
Following "The Deep Purple" and
shovvinu only three days, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, what is really
one of the best pictures that ever has
i cine to Phoenix. It is "Salambo,
often referred to as "the little "a
biria." The scene is laid in Carthage
and Salambo is the daughter of
Amilcar, the ruler of that nation. It
is a story of love and intrigue film
ed in splendid fashion. The settings
'ire superb and the scenes display all
the pomp and glory of those olden
days.
One of the hift features at the
Columbia is the popular programs by
the n-w orchestra under the leader
ship of Hubert lTatt. As everybody
knows, Mr. Pratt is a violinist of no
mean ability anil his programs are
always well selected and attractive.
For today he has a long and varied
program arranged which should prove
. most attractive to all the patrons of
i the house.
THE LION theater presents today
as tile feature attaction of a good
program of Mutual Movies, Sidney
1 i.'.y in tile Thanhauser two reel
drama. "On the Prink of the Abyss."
'i"!ii' is a strong dramatic offering
and in addition to Pracy. Frank Far
lington and Minnie ISerlin are among
the players, which insures a good
presentation of an interesting story.
j"The Mutual Weekly" has its regu
;lar rhowing today and gives a splen-'
'did idea of the world's doings. The
1 laughing number of the program to
i day is a Keystone comedy called
"Springtime Peeling" and it's very
! funny.
I Next Wednesday and Thursday, the
! I. ion will present Dorothy dish in
I the well known comedy drama,
."Minerva's Mission," which contains
; a very laughable plot in which "lli
j form" in every sense of the word is
practiced on everybody anil includes
I tr ion ilie W ! n f " Criitri' 'mil tJri 1 n T-1? i v
llreenwood is seen at the
C3T4S
The Mutual Weekly
Cherry, Kverybody remembers the
tremendous sensation Iiex Peach's
book created and it is said that in
film form it is much more virile than
the novel.
For its Thursday offering the Ari
zona has Marguerite Clarke in "The
(Joose :irl." This charming little
actress is aeiiuiring a vogue that is
almost as all embracing as that of
Mary Pickford, and there is . good
reason for it.. She is one of the tnii.it
attractive of all the film artists. In
"The (loose Hill" she will have un
usual opportunities to display her
charm and the story itself is de
lightful. . For Friday and Saturday Kdwanl
Alleles in "After Five" will he the
attraction. Some week.
THE COLUMBIA, by way of mak
ing good its claim to pictures of un
usual attractiveness, is offering for
today, Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day Paul Armstrong's great play,
"The Deep Purple," in film form. Not
st
i he World s New3 in
Pictures '
War Pictures I.if? .n
Freiu a t r e n ches.
iii'iird a."-; hurried to
hospt'a'.c. A view of
from the c-hurc h
f Seattle,
new lil-'
' 4
' " "V"-: ' vV !
I . V.'tc NX
Scene from "The Deep Purple," with Clara Kimball Young at the Columbia,
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 2, 3, 4, and 5
Lat
the
Wi
tin
Vitrimoui
f-teeple.
James Scarlett
Wash , invents
presorv er.
General Tom .Thuir.b anJ
wife receive the keys of
the city from Postons
-Mayor. Sub-title: "Tho
(jeneral's I torse."
Torpedo Boat Destroyer ten
der "Melville" is launched
at Caiiu'en, X. J.
Roadbed "Cave-in" cause.-;
.ser'toc'is wreck near Clare
liiont, X. H.
Sing Sing Prisoners areknit
iii.g warm mufflers for
Polish soldiers. Sub-title:
Mrs. Krnest Schc tling, wife
of the famous pianist, who
teaches tile class, and
Thos. Mott Osborne, the
new warden of the prison.
Secretary of the Navy Dan
iels breaks giound for me
morial at Arlington Ceme
Iiij. Views of tho Upper ana
Lower Genesee Falls from
which the famous Pan
Patch made his leap.
Tiny Fire-Escape demon
strates its usefulness in
saving lives. Klevcn-slory
drop from Munsey Puil 1
ing, Washington. -IX V.
Bomb Plot to destroy St.
Patrick's Cathodial is foil
ed by tho arrest of Frank
Abarno and t'harles Car
bone. The "Kroonland" and the
"Great Northern" passing
through the Panama Canal.
U. S. Cavalry in training at
Fort Thomas.
.TODAY
AT THE
LION THEATER Jf
r.ion
hich
in
will
'The Truth of Fiction"
be greatly enjoyed.
THE EMPRESS today has the Lu
bin three-part drama "The Attorney
for the Defence," as its main feature
and in addition there is the Yita
giaph .comedy "Postponed" featuring
Wally Yan and Xita Frazier, the
1 iearst-Selig Xevvs pictorial with
some splendid views, including that
of Pincoln Beachy's last flight, and i
the Kssanay comedy "Slippery Slim's ;
Wedding Day." . j
For the usual Fielding clays, Mon- !
iay and Tuesday, there is the Vita- ,:,
graph Hroadway Star, feature, "Two j ,,,
Wome n," ti drama of human interest ! ,,f
with Charles Rithraan in the leading
role. As everybody wtio has followed
tilings theatrical knows, Mr. Richman
is one of America's foremost leading
men and in "The Idler," he has one
of the best parts he lias ever played.
He is welt supported by Catherine
Cottntiss and other well known ar
tists. Following "The Idler" comes Mrs.
Leslie Carter in "Du Parry," Ameri
ca's greatest emotional actress, in
the greatest triumph of tier career.
This gri'at play by Pelasco was writ
ten especially for .Mrs. Carter and
lan for two years at the Pelasco
iter in Xew York, ttie sensation
two seasons. It is said that the
in three ! arts by James Oliver Cur- film version is fully up to -that of
wood and produced by Ralph Inc". the speaking stage and in some ways
Tile eirania pictures two women of excels it and Mrs. Carter rises to
widely differing types and their ef- j the great scene with all her old time
feet on the world. j fjre. Here is a picture that should
The Fielding .feature will be "Hii; j n,it be misse d.
Western Way," a one-part I.ubin Kor Thursday comes another Kx
which give Mr. Fielding ample op- ploit of , Klaine-, one which will keep
port unity to display his talents. I the hearts of Elaine's many ardent
There w ill he two comedies, "M us- followers pumping overtime.
tang Pete's Pressing Engagement ' i o
and "The Fable of the Galumptious m f n AND THEIR FAMILIES
i
fjme , one
Girl," both Essenays.
On Wednesday and Thursday Hep
worth Pictorial Revival of Charles
Dickens' "Tho Old Curiosity Shop" in
five parts will be the attraction. This
should prove really interesting. . It
will be followed by a good one-reel
comedy.
For the week end. Friday and Sat-
1 J
- 4.1
greatest effort
elate has been
family." Very
ways the attachment
for him and bad for
has sniel that "the
of civilization up to
attaching man to the
likely, but in man
has been bad
the family. It.
"The Idler" at the Lamara today
has developed in him a
type of pride which has
1
4"
LORETTA BLAKE
EAINIY MUTUAL INGLNUC
pe-rnicious t
led him to i
deem women and children as pos-
sessions a pride no less false j
when sugar-coated with sentimental !
or chivalrous talk of the "my wife," !
my mother, my sister, my children" I
variety. Men's families have been !
for the most part either a. source
of this false pride or else a millstone i
round their necks; sometimes both. :
Most middle-class men are hope-
lessly dulled and stupefied by mere
grubbing to get the family bills !
paid. In the "wage-slave" class, j
both the men and the women share ;
the same stupid fate, the women i
always getting the worst of it, how- I
ever, for child-bearing is added to 1
their other labors. Men have been ;
apt to assume that their responsi- i
bilities to women anil children were
wholly disi-harged by merely paying 1
over cash, without much personal
service. Poth men and women have ;
j meant well, but the men have been
j rather stupidly selfish, and the
women stupidly unselfish." Mary
Ware Dennett in May Century. '
TEACHER
OF
SINGING
Room 7
Board of Trade Building
i nlay. Charlie
a two-part t
in which he
as he was in
Chaplin will be seen in
omedy, "A Xight iff,"
is said to be as funny
His Xew Job." This
means -a jiae ked house for this en- '
vagemcnt. Resides this big attrac- i
tion there will be "The Sage Prus.i j
i e'1," a. Yitagraph Proadway Star '
feature in three' parts, and the Hearst !
Selig News Pictorial showing some1 j
interesting pictures direct from the t
seat of war.
SELIG PRESENTS g
- -MONDAYrTUESD AY. AND, WEDNESDAY Jfi
The Most Wonderful Story Ever Filmed yc
THE
;i not tier
LAM ARA today
splendid picture.
will show
The Idler,"
A
Virile
Masterpiece
The Picture
With the Punch
Powerful!
areweli!
TONIGHT
ELLIS MUSICAL COM
EDY CO.
in
Bandits
Coliseum
I m$ 'tfSM
I II issa
i
From
Rex Beach's
Great Book
IN '
NINE
EEELS
Two Shows
'Nightly
First Show at 7:15
m
Featuring WILLIAM FARNUM
PRICES Children, 10c Adults, 15c and 25c
Arizona
TODAY ONLY
Robert Warwick in "ALIAS JIMMY VALENTINE"
if?
am
art
Sunday and
Monday
Sunday and
Monday
Box-pffics
Attraction
: 0-.
C. H ADDON CHAMBERS
Comedy-Drama
London Life, Love and
Intrigue -
p)
Lrn
Featuring
CHARLES RICHMAN
CATHERINE COUNTESS
CLAIRE WHITNEY
STEWART HOLMES
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Hours of Shows: 11:00, 12:25, 1:50, 3:15, 4:40, 6:05, 7:30, 8:55
Tuesday and Wednesday
MRS. LESLIE CARTER, IN MADAME DU BARRY

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