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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 28-, 1.918
Music, Movies and Dramas, at the Theaters of Phoenix
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IN THE REMARKABLE SCREEN PRODUCTION
Elsie Farguson in "The Lie," Lamara Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
1S-A-24 NELL SHIPMAN AND ALFRED WHITMAN
in srone from Vitagraph Blue Ribbon Feature
' VCAVANAfGH OF THE FOREST RANGERS"
Featured for Sunday Only, on the Bill at the Hip Theater
The Hip's Feature Offering for Monday and Tuesday Next
At Local Theaters
LAMARA Sunday and Monday,
William Fox presents Jane and Kath
eryn Lee in "We Should Worry" with
William S. Hart, in "Taming the Four
Flusher." Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday, Elsie Ferguscn in "The
Lie," with Burton Holmes travelogue,
"A Day In Samoa." Friday and Sat
urday, Wallace Reed in "Rimrock
Jones," a western Paramount, with
Bray Cartoon comedy.
HIP Sunday only, Nell Shipman
and Alfred Whitman in "Cavanaugh"
of the "Forest Rangers," with a two
reel comedy featuring Fatty Arbuckle
and Charlie Chaplin entitfed "The
Pugilist." Monday and Tuesday, Mary
MacLaren jn her latest creation, "The
Model's Confession," with Pathe News
and "The Pugilist," featuring Chaplin
and Arbuckle. Wednesday and Thurs
day, Monroe Salisbury in a spectacu
lar western drama, "The Eagle," with
Pathe News. Friday and Saturday,
Mabel Norman in "The Venus Model"
and a western drama, "Quick Triggers,"
with Neal Hart.
COLUMBIA Sunday and Monday,
"Hard Rock Breed," with Screen Tele
gram and Strand comedy. Tuesday
and Wednesday, William Desmond in
fighting Back." Thursday, Friday
omr.y, i. mary macLane in
men Who Have Made Love to Mc."
NELL SHIPMAN AT
HIP IN FEATURE
itagraph today sends to thr- Hip
"no of the fli.o-t mid-summer picture
values to b offered this year by anv
tlituiter in Arizon-i. "CavanaiiKh of the
Forest Rancors". is its title and it is a
strong story of the woodsmen of Vnole
Sam who spend their lives out in the
fpm where men lia've primitive tastes.
This Cavanaugh Is a real American
ana while lie bumps into a lot of
crooKed work on the part of a smart
mi or easterners he is a resourceful
man ana he acts with promptness and
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in nip iari mat Tnis picture was
taken in the ,-ieat pine forests of the
north with Neil Shipman and Alfred
Whitman and practically the same cast
that made "Barer the Son of Kazan"
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audiences fnr that picture recently
played the Washington street house to
u inis stronc story were not
enoiiRh. the managers of the theater
win onr wim "( -avanauf.il of the
mrrsi i.ancers" a two-rerl comedy
The fuKilist,. with none other than
- name tnapnn and Fatty Arbuckle,
owinj? to a date booked elsewhere
and the fact that it could not be broken
"CavanauRh of the Forest Rangers"
will hold the screen only on the Sun
rlity date and will give wav to the first
presentation of the most beautiful wo
man before the camera, Mary Mac
Laren. whom many will recall for her
remarkable performances in "Shoes,"
"Where Are My Children." "Mysterious
Mrs. M." and other I,ois Weber produc
tions. Mary Macl.aren comes in a
story with a world of appeal, taken
from the novel. "Korrowed Plumage"
and is served under the title of "The
TaaKic as the awakening must have
been it is a true story from the life of
New York artists' model who aspired
to bigger things than posing In the
altogether for some half crazed artist.
The Model's Confession" starts a two
day's engagement beginning Monday
'HARD ROCK BREED'
Hard Rock Breed," the feature for
Sunday and Monday at the Columbia,
is a rough breed, the kind of men that
make civilization front the raw. un
tamed forces of nature. Such was the
atmosphere that the fastidious Jack
Livingston found vh"n he came among
them tu assume his job of "Boss."
With his naked fists the mollycoddle
of the east was forced to win his spurs
and he fought battle after battle with
men as tough anrl as gritty as the rock
they mined from the earth. And there
was winsome Shiela Iolan who blos
somed into sweet Womanhood among
the strong, rough bard rockers, and
won the love of the "old man's" son. It
is a. stirring shoulder-to-slioulder pic
ture full of real punch. "Hard, Rnck
Breed" will be augmented with the
Screen Telegram and a Strand comedy.
Tuesday and Wednesday William
Peknmnd will appear in "Fighting
Back," a tale of the fighting west
when mining communities were spoken
of as "Hell-a-roarin'." How a strange
weakling showed the woman of his
choice that he was a man fis told with
Thursday. Friday and Saturday
comes I. Mary Mat-Lane in "Men Who
Have Made Love to' Me." How manv
of you are there who have not read
that startling revelation of a woman's
soul, the story of a woman in an equal
ly unusual play.
Sailor Paul Williams, traveling re
cruiting officer for the navy, will en
tertain the patrons of the Columbia on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with
songs, stories, Swedish exercises and
acrobatic work. Sailor Williams car
ries an attractive one reel feature
showing maneuvers of the Atlantic
fleet and will lecture on this picture
and also tell of life in the navy.
have ever had. I
These litUe entertainers have a story
that, finds them living with their beau
tiful aunt who is very popular and who
has a world of prospective husbands
but .lane and Kalherlne take it into
their heads to lend their aid to a choice
and they start a real . campaign to
mHke their selection the w inner.
.lust as they are getting things to
come their way, and it looks as if
auntie will take their tip atidselect
their candidate, there appears On the
horizon another entry, a villian but a
very good talker, and he takes the
auntie's heart by storm. But the lit
tle schemers are not daunted and they
start out to show this new arrival up
in his true colors, and every time he
tries to propose to their relative they
oreak tn and upset the situation.
It is a fast moving comedy drama
with just the cleanest kind of fun and
the best sort of situations. One of
those smart pictures that the dreamer
has talked of for all sorts of natures.
the kind of picture that pleases the
young and old alike. It is one of Fox's
biggest and best mid-summer values
and with the reputation that Jane and
Katherine Lee made In their wonder
ful comedy drama. "Two Little Imns
this picture should find a strong local
With this feature is offered still an
other, when W. S. Hart comes in a good
western drama entitled "Taming the
l-our r lusher. The two creations
while distinctly opposite, are well
suited to a double program. This pro
gram remains in its entirety today and
its presentation in Los Angeles, aad
held over the second week.
Following "The Eagle" for the Fri
day and Saturday dates will be seen
Mabel Norman's latest picture. "The
Venus Model." a story of a girl who de
signed her own bathingsuit Ri.J won
not only a husband but a fortune. Of
course the plan by which this girl
caught her mate . is not copyrighted,
but there is one draw back, few girls
hive the figure to grace a bathing suit
like Mabel Norman and therein lies the
secret of the stunt which won the hus
band and the fortune.
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The seven days starting this morn
ing at the Lamara holds three great
.lane and Katherine Lee are here to
day and tomorrow in "We Should
Worry," a corking comedy drama, with
W. 8. Hart In "The Taming of the
Four Flusher." while Tuesday starts a
three day's engagement of that beauti
ful stage favorite,. Elsie Ferguson, in
one of the greatest stage successes of
the past few years. "The Lie." This
wonderful gripping story of "The Lie"j
reveals the love ot one sister lor an-
other who suffers from the same fatal
step made by so many inexperienced
This erring sister elopes with the
man she thinks is her choice and while
they have just started on what, she
hopes will be a happy life journey lie
dies and she is left to battle the world
hampered by approaching motherhood.
Then into this situation steps the
sister who is about to realize her dream
of domestic happiness, and with "The
Lie," saves her own flesh and blood.
It is a Henry Arthur Jones play and is
said to be one of the finest this year".
The final two days of the week will
be devoted to an exceUent out door
picture entitled "Rim Rdck Jones,"
with that ever popular dramatic star.
Wallace Reed, supported by the great
est worn in rider in pictures, Anna
The week portends a sparkling one
for the lovers of ftood pictures for the
three offered on the tlu-ee change days
are widely different in character but
each and every one has a particular
LEE KIDDIES PLAY
AT LAMARA SUNDAY
Two distinct features constitute the
offering for today and tomorrow at the
Lamara when the diminutive ox Kid
dies Jane and Katherine Lee come in
their very latest comedy drama, "We
Should Worry," which the critics say
is the best vehicle these little stars
Nell Khlpman. Mary MacLaren. Mon
roe Salisbury and Mabel Norman di
vide honors for the week starting this
morning at the Hip.
Nell Shipman with Alfred Whitman
is to be at the Hip today only, giving
way to Mary MacLaren. the heroine of
that never to be forgotten story of the
slums, "Shoes." Miss MacLaren. who
is returning to pictures will be screened
in a story that deals with the propens
ity of woman Kind to covet clothes.
This artist's model loves clothes Just
as her more favored sisters of the
smart circle are known to love plum
age, and this girl borrows hers, meets
men it would be best not to know, and
trouble tomes so fast that only a won
derfully realistic wreck of a speeding
auto saves this girl from disgrace. It
is a clean high class story but with all
kinds of human interest. It remains
for Monday and Tuesday giving away
to Monroe Salisbury In "The Eagle."
Here is one western that at least is
not a retold story of the screen, -This
picture deals with another kind' of
westerner, than he who robs and re
pents, for this fellow robs, clad In his
grotesque garb of eagle feathers, be
cause he knows no way to take from a
big mining company the money they
stole from his old mother. He robs
with an abandon that would have
shamed a Robin Hood, but he goes
once too often and that is the pith of
the story. It is so vivid that it caught
popular fancy on the recent occasion of
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"We Should Worry,"
Featured at the Lamara' Sunday and Monday
"Sailer? Williams at the Columbia Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
I. Mary MacLane in '
v Men Who Have Made love To Mt?n '
Coming to the Columbia Theater for Thursday, Friday, Saturday
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Scen Telegram Strand Comedy
VAUDEVILLE MON., TUES , WED.
Songs, Stories and Swedish Exercises
The Photoplay for Tuesday and Wednesday
A thrilling western production .
Finley Nature Picture Keystone Comedy
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
I. MARY MACLANE IN
"MEN WHO HAVE MADE LOVE TQ ME"
KIDDIES MATINEE SATURDAY
The Pugilist With
C (HI A IP L D M
and A K .B U C K
Cavanaugh of the Forest Rangers
With the Same Cast as BAREE
THE MODEL'S CONFESSION
Monroe TL. pAp I7 -A Smashing
Salisbury EftULL Western Story
Jane and Kathryne LEE in
TAMING THE FOUR FLUSHER
Tues. Wed; Thur.
JSSSL Hie VENUS MODEL
and QUICK TRIGGERS
, THE"' LIE
300 Nights in N.
BRAY CARTOON !