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PAGE SEVEN:.. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1920. I 0 1 i I v t - i it- r ' he i . 5 4 1 i t i 1 .'! i r V ELKSHtH"" Oct. 25 fl wwiwiy, imi mw MaaaajaaaaqaaaaWa ' ' m ' r? agg 0 PRICES SEAT SALE Nightt 11.00 to $2.00; Matin 50c to $1.50 THURS, OCT. 21, 9 A. M. M - - - vt 1 - AMUSEMENTS "TIGER KIT ELKS OF Tl YEAR author. Willard Mack, haa vitalized a Dorothy Gish t the Strand compelling drama of primitive passion. For today and tomorrow Dorothy stories have over been told on the Gish holds the Stiand's screen In her Following a sensational success of over a year In New York, and six months in Chicago, we are soon to enjoy David IJelasco'a "Tiger Rose," an absorbing tale of love and adven ture which held such fascination for theatergoers everywhere that it could have remained several more seasons in either metropolis. "Ticer Rose" plays an engagement at the Kiks theater Friday night and Sat urday matinee and t.ight. In it it? stage that have attracted auditors into the theater over and over again, yet the strength and beauty of the love of Rose I'.ocion is the magnet which has drawn folks to see '"Tiger Rose" as many times as they have fingers on the hand. latest Paramount whirlwind of laughs, "Remodeling Her Husband." Every picture Dorothy Gish has made has served to more firmly establish her as the screen's most charming ingenue. "Remodeling Her Husband" is a riot of laughter, youth and romantic comedy Aside from the great charm of the and finds the winsome little star as the love story there is also a picturesque production of the big throbbing Ca nadian wilds, than which Mr. Belasco has made no more beautiful one in his entire career of artistic achievement. The production to be here will be the original one, Mr. Belasco being a stickler in the matter of giving other cities an opportunity of seeing his original sets and offers no second com pany and spares no expense In trans porting original scenic Investiture. The seat sale opens at the box office today at 9 a. m. I'hone 717. THEATER BRANDON BROS., MGRS. 717 PHONE 717 OCTOBER SATURDAY NIGHT AND FRIDAY MAT. NIGHT Tha Mattarpitea of Malodrama, mada by tho maatar hand of David Balatco, with his original Ntw York production and Personally selected catt. See tho terrifying! vivid thunderstorm. DAVID BELASCO presents Mr1 I 1 M I i W 'mi J II 7a WtLLAQDJMACK, A flaming dream of love and pas sion set amid tho snow and ico of the far northland of America. Wonderous Alluring Intense PRICES! Nights $1.00 to $2.00; Saturday Matinee 50o to $1.50 SEATS NOW AT BOX OFFICE - .CQliUtt&tA LAST TIMES TODAY MARY PICKFORD in SUDS 7 Literary Digest Topics Bray'e Cartoons " Pathe Review Columbia Theater Orchestra FRED BARLOW, Director SOUTH JAZZ IS ID BLUE BIRD BH Tempe Tonight Menhennet's The Play All Phoenix Applauded "TH Phoenix Prices RESERVE EARLY I I IE Oh You Southland Jazz! As announced the season of the Southland Jazzera starts at the Blue Hird this evening, simultaneously with he new policy which ushers in five cent dancing at' Arizona's largest and most handsome dancing palace. It will further be the poller of the Blue Bird to eliminate the admission charge for the ladies. Reservations may be had all during the day by simply calling or 'phoning the Blue Bird 1868 and there will be no charge of any nature for the service. Bringing to the city an entirely new organization of musicians, Rickards & N'ace have secured for the Blue Bird brand of music never before heard here- The instrumentation Is entirely different the style of work is all new and class nothing but class. Southland Jazz is a Dixie product southern to the core and for dance nspiratlon, there has never been of fered an impetus that has "caught on" more firmly with the dancing public throughout the nation. Southland Jazz is unique it is novel and it is In fectious bringing to dance enjoy ment an influence not possible through any other means. The Southland Jazzers will make the season at the Blue Bird during the week nights, and on Sunday will fea ture the Riverside dances. . All aboard for the Blue Bird and Southland Jazz, which, in addition to its excellence as dance music, features Laughing Trombone and this by the iaa vino originated the stunt. SLUE EMB FOR HAPPINESS Starting Tonight fi BAN CON jQ z: The One Bright Spot FT? Country Club Most Wonderful Dance Harmony in Phoenix bride of a confirmed flirt. More than once she finds herself confronted with the evidence of his "crimes," but, try as she can, she can not stifle the love she bears for thiu erstwhile charmer and so is brought face to face with the necessity ol trying drastic measures. This is the basis for the theme, but nothing but a witne?sing of the comedy Itself will give any reader the idea of the vast amount of humor, the number less ludicrous situations and the ex tremely clevei action with which the offering is replete. A comedy and the Pathe News finishes the program, Charles Ray at Ramona The feature vaudeville show, coupled with Charles Kay in "The bnerur s Son" and a very exciting story of ac tion "BlazhV the Way," all combine to make the Ramona's bill for today and tomorrow as big a value as any house in the city has offered for lone time. Continuing to present a staggering line up of headline acts, the- vaudeville program comprises singers and danc ers, funsters of every sort, musical numbers, and a wonderful chorus which is fast becoming the talk of the city. Charles Ray is too well known to require any lengthy review of his ability suffice it to say that "The Sheriff's Son" is of the same nature as an nis pest stories, ana win De relished with a zest by all who see it. The Ramona features daily mat! nees. and is presenting the big bill without advance in prices. Red Bird is not excelled anywhere. E. S. Mayfield is in personal charge aa flnnr manaeer. and assures an vening of fun and enjoyment to all ho visit the nalace. His daily classes at the Blue Bird as well as the Red Bird have proven a wonderful con- enience for those desiring to learn the art of dancing. Private lessons s well as class lessons are both handled by Mayfield and staff of in- tructors. and arrangements may be made for lessons either by 'phone or in person. The Red Bird Starting with this evening, the Red Bird will go under the same policy as the Blue Bird, in the admission chargu maintaining the admission of ten cents plus the war tax but admitting all ladies free. Featuring, five cent dances, the Red Bird's wonderful floor is nightly crowded with th merrymaker who have come to rea lize that better music is not played than that as offered by Carrol Reed and his jazz band delivering dance delight and when it comes to hosDl tality and congenial surroundings, the and vegetables and a car of RedWood lSf lleflower annlos also made their ap poarnce on the market with a car of . Stockton Durbank potatoes. t-.ocai-,-. stringless beans are now plentiful on. the local market and are of. exceptional , . . fine quality. The prices on the local marKei aro as loiiovvs: Dealers 'e Paying Toffs Country Club The one bright spot in dancing de ight Is again found at Toft!s Country Club where suddenly every evening all of Phoenix seems to be transported That wonderful syncopating harmony draws them all back time after time, until the most popular band ever brought to Phoenix is implanted firmly' in the dancing history of Phoenix This week there will be a night de voted to the interest of one of the prominent and outstanding institutions of the city, and everyone who has ever attended one of the wonderful functions at Toft's Country Club will be anxious to make reservations just as soon as the announcement is defi nitely made, and all arrangements have been completed. Get out to Toft's before the umpire reaches the grounds because the bleachers will be packed long before the game starts and you will want to sTe the first hi made and cheer the first one to score m the big game. No foul balls will be hit during the swat fest but the dancing hall will be Jammed so that many sacrifices will have to be made. Buy your tickets early or the scalpers will surely get to you. . o Tyrs. U. . . Fterita .... Kaffir corn , YVhat. cwt Barley , Bran, nack . itilo maize . I.0 425 3.00 1.8S 3 SS Produce On account of the cold and rainy weather on Hhe coast It was reported yesterday by telephone from Los An geles to the local market that grapes had taken a sharp advance there and all other commodities had advanced slightly until the weather moderates. Lemons and oranges have also taken an advance of 75 cents a box on the coast according to the report. A car of Flagstaff potatoes and an other of "Diamond P" potatoes will arrive today. A car of mixed fruits Retail Selling Prices Eggs, dozen 68 Apples, lb .OS Bananas, 1 lb. for .... 10 Pell peppers, 1 lb 15 Bunch vegetables.. 2 for .05 Cabbage .06 Cucumbers. 2 lbs 2S Ceiery. bunch .25 Cantaloupes 5.13,11 Dry onions 05 Eggplants, lb 15 Flour, 24-lb. sack,.... 1.76 CJreen corn, per dozen.. .60 Green chill, per doz .15 Grapes, lb 15 Grarruit 5 Hazel nuts, lb Lemons, dozen .25 Lettuce, per head .05 Oranges, dozen 60 Olives Qt -5 Okra. lb ' .1" Peaches, 1 lb. .15 Pears, lb. Potatoes, lb. 034 Plums String beans, lb 15 Squash, lb Tomatoes, lb. Watermelons, lb ' Walnuts, lb -sa Lima beans 12Vs Rhubarb 15 Cukes -12 '.4 Fresh Ariz, dates . .i5 Pomegranates ; 05 Quince 07 4 Sweet potatoes 0? Cauliflower 15 Dromedary dates, pkg. .20 Casaba melons, lb .... .08 Hubbard squash, lb 08 o .15 1.00 .10 .12-1.00 .11 .04 "With the exception of General; Pershing, Hanford McNlder, of Iowa, has more decorations than any other American who served in the United States army. It Has a Great Kick All Phoenix Is There Every Night ft SOUTHLAND AZZERS Featuring ( aughing Trombone ADMISSION 10 CENTS LADIES FREE No Charge for Reservations TICKETS INTERCHANGEABLE Rickards & Nace dance tickets are good at either the Red Bird, Blue Bird or River side Park All interchangeable Good at .any of our dance palaces. Redbird That Means Gaiety DANCING 5c Admission 10 cents LADIES FREE CARROL REED AND HIS JAZZ BAND Delivering Dance Delight E. S. Mayfield. Floor Manager A 7 Jubilant Jazz Every Night at The American The Marcus Show If we believe the fanatical dnctrine of the folks who used to-burn witches for fuel up Salem way, in that to smile or cause others to is prima facie evi- dence of evil, then and in that case as disciples of Blackstone say one A. B. Marcus is an arch criminal. For, be ii Known to all men, the said A. IS. Aiarcus aid then and there, and has since such time, continuously and with out intermission, conspired with nra. meditation and design aforethought, to make and cause to be made, laughter ana gurraws on the part of 'the nonu- lace of the United States, same being situated in the continent of North America. This is the Indictment against A: B. Marcus, who is respon sible for Marcus show of 1920. which comes to the Elks theater Monday ahd xuesaay, Oct. 25 and 26. Mr. Marcus believe that the first mission of the stage is to make folks laugh. Although he has lavished a fortune. on the scenic and sartorial en vironmant of the Marcus show: de spite the fact that no care has been too great to make the Marcus Peaches the prize congress of stage beauties: albeit as a musical treat the Marcus show is pre-eminent, yet it is in the comedy that the great extravaganza excells all others, by such a liberal margin that it is acknowledged to be the biggest fun show that the world has ever beheld. Mike Sacks Is the star c6median. who finds in Charles Abbate an able foil. These and their accomplices ialnt their humorous episodes with broad brushes. Their funnyisms are not of the kind to 'cause a mere man nerly titter. Theirs is- the very corned beef and cabbage of wit. They take no chances. You not eimply may laugh at their antics you will. Messrs. Sacks and Abbate are the authors of several of their numerous comic Interludes. N Tho American Attendance is the truest test of the worth of any amusement center and that the American excels in producing superior music, cleaner entertainment. and Jazzier Jazz, is certainly evidenced by the steadily increasing crowds which throng its popular floor every evening. The musical delights of Gene Dab- ney and his famous Vernon Six are really miraculous, for it seems as though that jazz king never runs out of new hits and delightful musical surprises for his enthusiastic clientele. All in all, the American is an ideal amusement center, for it appeals to every class and age of Joy seeker. wnetner tney jazz or Just prefer to listen to super music. By Gene Dabney and Vernon Six hi! No Charge for Reser vations Tel. 4083 jar tii T i Mary Pickford at Columbia M It Is a very difficult thing to ana Iyze success, whenever a positive statement is made there is more or less refuting testimony. But it has really been my observation, in the 11 years of work I have done for the screen, that although beauty is a won- aerrui assei, ara onen rurnisnes an cntro to the professional world and work, it is hardly self-sustaining," said Mary Pickfcrd, who will be seen In "Suds" today and tonight, her latest production, which is founded on the Charles Frohman stage play, ' 'Op o' Me Thumb." "Some of the greatest successes of both stage and screen have been made by persons who do not possess any re markable physical beauty. Neither our wonderful Bill Hart nor inimitable Charlie Chaplin credit their splendid success to comeliness, but the heights which they have reached in their pro fession are most enviable." RICKARDS & NACE ENTERPRISES TRAND THE HIP RAMONA i'J Does HE need remodeling hcrt'e some valuable hint. DOROTHY ' G!SH In .in av.ilanche of mirth and la.rjlitcr. a P.cmcde'in Her Hi. shard" A story of the far north in which the star is at her best. GLADYS BROCKWELL "Rose of Nome" MUTT AND JEFF MATINEE EVERY DAY VAUDEVILLE Ten Big Feature Acts GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS ti ..!h.r Til.. Z7 "Rose of Nome" at the Hip Gladys prockwell in "Rose of Nome" is the Hip's offering for today and to morrow, Gladys Brockwell's ability to present multi-sided character studies has placed her in a class distinctly her own, for she has gained through frequent manifestations the title "the girl of a thousand expressions." "Rose of Nome" is a drama of the frozen north, introducing a veritable panor ama of wonderful scenic value in the snow scenes and the wonderful exte rior "shots" which abound throughout the action. It is intensely a rich dra matic treat, and the selection of types, the environment of the Klondike dur ing the gold rush, is faithfully main tained, rounding out the production to as clever a thing as Gladys Brockwell has ever brought to the silver sheet. The lovestory is nicely developed,' ac tion thoroughly sustained and the con- i tinuity Ciiirird ort to the logical H- j max vhich marks the ending of thi; ; i unusual vtory of the Royal Northwest ! j Mounted. Mutt ;;nd Jeff furnish the ! I comedy in "Th-J Yacht Racers." 1 V 2 Days Sale of oaDyi arnages WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY ARE THE DAYS Finding ourselves with just a few too many baby carriages on hand than we should have at this time, we have decided to offer you choice of our entire stock of Sulkies, Strollers, Go-carts, etc., at a big discount. Choice of all the new styles and finishes. Don't forget the days Wednesday, Oct. 20 and Thursday, Oct. 21. 1 " All $13.50 Go-carts, at .... . . $10.80 All $15.00 Go-carts, at $12.00 All $16.50 Go-carts, at $13.20 All $17.00 Go-carts, at $13.60 All $18.00 Go-carts, at $14.40 All $55 Baby Carriages, at . . . $44.00 All $63 Baby Carriages, at . . .$50.40 All $65 Baby Carriages, at . . .$52.00 All $67 Baby Carriages, at . . .$53.60 All $70 Baby Carriages, at . . .$56.00 Don't Forget to Visit Our Bargain Basement Home Outfitters" 116-120 W. 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