THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1918
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Music, Movies and Drama, at the Theaters of '"-"Phoenix
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"Miss Innocence" at the Lamara Today and Monday
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Feature at Columbia Today and Mon
Mary Miles Mmlcr m a scene from "The Mate of the Sally Ann," Amertcan-
Columbia Picture for Tuesday and Wednesday
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Hip Offering for Today, Monday and Tuesday
Week's Happenings f
I At Local Theaters
COLUMBIA Sunday and Monday,
Roy Stewart in "Faith Endurin',' with
Mabel Normand and Fatty Arbuckle
in a Keystone comedy, "Bright Lights"
and Columbia Screen Telegram. Tues
day and Wednesday, Mary Miles Min
ter in "The Mate of the Sally Ann,"
with "Fourth of July in France."
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Tay
lor Holmes in another Saturday Even
ing Post story, "Fools for Luck," with
Columbia Screen Telegram and two
THE HIP Sunday and Monday, Al
ice Brady in "The Ordeal of Rosetta,"
Paths Weekly and Western, "The
Trail of No Return." Tuesday, Alice
Brady in "The Ordeal of Rosetta" and
Nell Shipman in "A Gentlemen's
Agreement," double bill with Current
Events. Wednesday and Thursday,
Mae Marsh in "The Glorious Adven
ture," with Pathe News reel. Friday
and Saturday, Bert Lytell in "No Man's
Land" and comedy, "A Mix Up In Af
finities." LAMARA Sunday and Monday,
June Caprice in "Miss lnnocence"and
a western, "The Branded Man." Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday, Billie
Burke in "Eve's Daughter" and Burton
Holmes, "The Yellowstone of the An
tipodes." Friday and Saturday, Vivian
Martin in "Unclaimed Goods," Bray
Cartoon and Fourth Installment of U.
S. Government War Pictures.
HIP OFFERS ALICE
BRADY IN FEATURE
of the west of the day In which it was
With the Arlice Brady creation "The
Ordeal of Rosetta" will be shown also
a Pathe News reel of events here and
abroad and this together with the
smart western, make an exceptional
Alice Brady returns this week to the
Hip In a very smart feature which by
coincidence just finished a splendid
week Ht Tally's Broadway theater in
l.os Anpeles. Add to this Neal Hart
nd a company of western actors In
"The Trail of -"o Return" and you
have the biggest kind of a movie feast
for the first two days of the week to
"The Ordeal of Rosetta" permits
Alice Brady to play a dual role, giv
ing the screen that fine artistry that
has always been hers in the pictures
she has graced with her art.
She is seen as the twin daughters of
an Italian professor about to sail for
America, and later this slip of a girl
who poses for a poster head is horri
fied to find that her beautiful face has
been used as the op to a nude figure
for a well known burlesque show.
The realization of her plight and the
fact that she is very much in love with
a chap whom she thinks will look at
the matter In an unfavorable light
makes her turn to deception to cover
the mistake she made in not asking,
when she posed, what the - picture
would be used to represent.
The denouement of this story is very
startling and the reason for "The Or
deal of Rosetta" Is cleverly Woven into
one of the fastest moving screen tales
it has been the good fortune of Select
to secure for charming Alice Brady.
With the feature is seen Neal Hart
In a western melodrama with so much
action and such a startling ending that
It stands easily the best western-of
this season. It is styled "The Trail of
No Return.'' and hns for its central at
traction the cplendid. characterizations
DOUBLE PROGRAM IS
in an apartment of his own choosing
and when she begins to awaken to the
reality of her position she escapes and
finds Grant who had missed her and
who had been looking ior her all the
time. She with her innocence per
suades him that she has been with
friends and he supplies her with an
apartment and makes, all preparation
to make her his wife.
Then comes the death of the man
who enticed her to the apartments and
the subsequent accusation of Grant of
the death of this friend.
Add to this the querest twist possi
ble and hring the real father of this
waif to the scene and you have the pith
of the story of "Miss Innocence" as
done for Fox films by June Caprice and
a capable company.
With the feature will be screened
Neal Hart in "The Branded Man." a
smashing western of the type that
thills the audience with its fast riding
hard shooting men.
The double program remains for
Monday as well.
The strongest program which t lie
Columbia theater has offered for
months comes during the week start
ing today and ending Saturday, Au
gust 31. .
The program running today and
Monday combines all that is to he de
sired from picture fans. The feature
film, "Faith Endurin'," is a big west
ern which critics declare is the equal
of any ever produced. Supporting tnt
play is Mahle Normand and Fatty Ar
buckle in a comedy such a only Miss
Normand and Arbuckle are capable of
producing. This pictuif , featuring the
two popular screen stars, is alone
worth the price of admission. A Co
lumbia Screen Telegram also will be
Tuesday and Wednesday, Mary
Miles Minter, the golden-haired beauty
of photo-drama, comes in a sea ro
mance. "The Mate of the Sally Ann."
This is regarded as Miss Minter's
greatest production and has enjoyed
unprecedented success wherever
shown. "Fourth of July In France,"
which augments this program, shows
how the French people celebrated the
American national holiday. It also
shows American troops on the fighting
lines and in training.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Taylor Holmes will be shown In "Fools
for Luck. Those who saw Holmes in
"Ruggles of Red Gap." the Phoenix-
made film, "A Pair of Sixes" or 'Two
Eit Seats," need no introduction
this star, who is rapidly gaining the
name of the greatest of all American
light comedians. His latest produc
tion Is said to he even better than
"Llficicncy Kdgars Courtship,' by no
less a critic than Peter Milne. A two
reel comedy and Columbia Screen Tel
egram will augment this program.
Juno Caprice, Billie Burke and Vi
vian Martin supply the movie dish at
the Lamara starting this morning and
running for the seven days to come.
Miss Caprice is seen in "Miss Inno
cence," augmented with a fine west
ern picture to make, up the program for
Sunday and Monday.
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day Billie Burke, the most admirea
red-head on the American stage comes
in "Eve's Daughter," a story of a mod
ern daughter of the first female sin
Miss Burke has a charming role as
the daushter of a wealthy "old crab"
who dies leaving her but a few thous
and when she has expected millions.
She upsets all convention and starts
to elope with all the rampant spirit of
a daughter of Eve in control, and then
conies the denouement so cleverly told
in the picture to be disclosed in ad
vance is telling.
Miss Burke remains for three days
starting Tuesday and is followed by
Vivian Martin in 'Unclaimed Goods."
Here at least is a new angle In pic
tures: Vivian Martin In a part that
reveals her as the daughter of a west
ern sheriff, who for lack of accommo
dations on the train, sends his pretty
daughter to her uncle by express and
when she arrives to find the uncle and
some dozen other citizens in jail, held
by a band of thieves she becomes actu
ary "Unclaimed Goods." because the
uncle to whom she is consigned can
not claim her.
Around this very unusual situation
is woven a fine story of this girl and
her escape from the position of "Un
The Lamara has gained an enviable
reputation in picture presentation by
the offering of the wonderful official
Government War Pictures each week
occurring regularly on Friday and Sat
day and the final day of her showing,
the Vitagraph will send to the screen
Alfred Whitman and Nell Shipman m
"A Gentleman's Agreement," which j
especially features Tuesday when both
big pictures will be screened without j
extra cost. I
On Wednesday and Thursday Mae j
Marsh comes in a sparkling Goldwyn
picture, "The Glorious Adventure." In j
this particular picture Miss Marsh,
who possesses a world of originality
and who has a screen presence that I
has been the talk of the picture world, j
has the added advantage of a power
ful screen play.
She has the part of a quaint little
girl who dreams of the "Glorious Ad
venture" at the end of a romantic jour- I
ney and when she leaves her sheltered
home to 6eek the adventure she bumps
into the cold world and awakens to a
realization of her position only to be
loved and won, but not until her heart
is wrung with the cruelty of the uni
verse. It is a sparkling play and one
that is said to just fit dainty little Mae
She comes for the two days only anJ
is followed by Bert Lytell, famed for
his part in "The Lone Wolf." He plays
the hero in "No Man's Land" in a
desert spot in Arizona where the
youngster finds final contentment af
ter a strenuous life in fast company.
"No Man's Land'' is the third of a
series of eight pictures which Mr. Ly
tell left the dramtic stage to make for
With the feature this week will be
shown "A Mix Up In Affinities," one
of the funniest comedies that has been
sent to the local screens this year.
The usual Hip screen weekly ex
clusive for Phoenix are also announced
on six days of the seven to follow.
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Lamara Feature, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursd
Alice Brady, Mae Marsh and Bert
Lytell feature the week starting this
morning at the Hip. Alice Brady re
to mains for Sunday. Monday and Tues
EASE IN TIRE
Increases In prices of automobile
tires can be expected within the next
ten days or' two weeks, in the opinion
of R. C. Saufley of the Saufley Rubber
Company. He bases this belief on gen
eral trade conditions in the tiig East
ern markets as well as the shortage of
"With many automobile manufactur
ing plants already making plans for
discontinuing the manufacture of
pleasure cars, it is only reasonable to
expect that the production of pneuma
tic tires for pleasure cars will be
decreased to some extent," said Sauf
ley. "Coupled with this condition is the
ever increasing price of crude rubber
and the labor shortage with which the
manufacturers have been contending
for the past several weeks. All these
things presage an Increase In prices at
an early date."
Notwithstanding, the Saufley Rubber
Company Is well prepared to care for
its large clientele. The new quarters
of the company at the northwest cor
ner of First and Monroe streets are the
largest devoted exclusively to the sale
of tires in the city.
The tire repair department is also
fully equipped to do all kinds of repair
work as well as to rebuild all makes of
tires. The repair denartment hag inr,-
fi amount, ieature with the
Taylor J-tolnups' in . roolrapr Luck EiMnay
Picture at the Columbia for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
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Offering at the Lamara for Friday and Saturday
Saufley Rubber Company, and elabo
rate plans' have been made for caring
for this branch of the work in the new
The . Saufley Rubber Company is
agent for the Kelly-Springfield. Mo
hawk. Goodrich and other leading
uranus ot tires ana tuoes.
A double program, featuring Ma.be!
Normand and Fatty Arbuckle in the
comedy and Roy Stewart in a western
drama, is offered by the Columbia
theater for the opening program of the
week today and Monday.
'Bright Lights" Is the title of the
comedy in which Miss Norman and
Fatty Arbuckle will appear and It is
exceptionally well adapted to the tal
ents of these stars. Both Miss Nor
mand and Mr. Arbuckle are well
known to film fans of this city and
the fact that both appear in this pro
duction speaks volumes and alone as
sures it of being a gigantic success.
The other feature of this program is
"Faith Endurin'," starring Roy Stew
art. A thrilling rodeo adds much
punch and action to this play.
The story Is laid in New Mexico and
depicts an open feud between cattle
men of the district, who are threatened
with destruction, and a big mining
The ranchers, under the leadership
of Jeff Flagg and James Lee, whose
range is nearest to that of the mining
company, claim that since the erection
of the mining company's new smelter,
the grass on their properties has been
shrivelled up by the copper dust and
the waters, which slake the thirst of
their catth?, have been polluted. Frank
ly, the cattlemen state that it Is a
question of the survival of themselves
or the mining company, and they do
not Intend to be wiped out.' Both fac
tions show willingness to do battle and,
consequently, open warfare is declared.
In addition to these two big features,
the semi-weekly Columbia Screen Tel
egram will be shown. American troops
are shown taking hundreds of Hun
TWO STARSIN BIG
FEATURE AT LAMARA
AT THE O
June Caprice and Helen Gibson di
vide honors today on the Lamara
screen, the former appearing in her
latest Fox production. "Miss - Inno
cence," a mite of mischief.
"Innocence" was picked up on the
door step of a convent, raised by the
nuns to the most charming degree of
girlhood under their care, but -there
were times when the devotional duties
of the girl grew tiresome.- and flirta
tions over the convent wall wltK hand
some Lawrence Grant were much more
to her liking than telling her beads.
j The tales he told of the outside world
and the pictures he painted in boyish
fashion of the wonders his eyes saw
in the other world fired the imagina
tion of this slip of a child-woman un
til she lived only to escape the walls
of her convent home.
One night she scales the walls of the
convent to keep an engagement at a
trystlng place with Grant and she falls
a victim to a politician whom sheij
meets. He places her for a. few weeks)
In a Rapid Fire Western Drama
MABEL NORMAN with FATTY ARBUCKLE
In the Greatest of All Comedies
COLUMBIA SCREEN TELEGRAM
First official pictures of American soldiers taking
French village and German prisoners
First Western Showing of
"FOURTH OF JULY
Americans help French celebrate
first "Fourth" in history of na
tion. Also .
Mary, Miles Minter
"MATE OF THE SALLY ANN"
THURSDAY FRIDAY SAT.
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"FOOLS FOR LUCK"
Another comedy success adapted
from the Saturday Evening Post
story, "Talismans." , Also
Columbia Screen Telegram
And one-reel comedy
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n a Story of a Girl In a Convent Who Did Not Know
An Added Western Value
NEAL HART "THE BRANDED MAN"
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
BIL LIE BURKE
In a Daring Story
In a Real Innovation
In a Dual Role Decidedly Frenchy
"THE ORDEAL OF ROSETTA"
Added a Splendid Western
"THE TRAIL" OF NO RETURN"
MAE MARSH in "THE
BERT LYTELL in "NO
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