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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, iyl.
PAGE SEVEN IHD W. S, HART IN "THREE injur opens AT RIALTO TODAY William S. Hart comes to the Ri alto to open an engagement today, during which he is to he seen in "Three Word Brand." This is his latest Paramount feature, and comes to Phoenix ahead of the coast. It is a pre-release showing, so that Phoe nix will have the opportunity of wit nessing it ahead of even Grauman's which is the Paramount first run house on the Pacific coast. "Three Word Brand" marks the first in stance of where Hart has appeared in a dual characterization. Through out the entire feature, he actually appears in three distinct characteri zations in the prologue as a pioneer, and during the drama proper, as two brothers alike only in appearance widely differing in characteristics and stations in life. .The nature of the story is one that gives Hart the widest range of pos sibilities. In the prologue, he ap pears as an immigrant, jourjieying through the west with his sons twins the mother having passed away during the long journey. When the Indians surround the man, he in sures the safety of the two boys by eluding the Indians on a "back trail" MUTT & JEFF By Bud Fisher Jeff's Theory Wasn't So Punk at That ade Mark Reg. U. S. Patent Offic Copyright 1)21 by H. C. Fisher I Every JSyj Admission j0ln&M Dicing fr ' vCi Refresh- ' Mayfield if Tesches Special Hallowe'en Dance MONDAY NIGHT THe COCKROACHES ARC IT "DOeSM'T LOOK; LKe to &er rh o f THeA so I Guess it's vjp to M.e to fight e(! I'LV- OfVAe ROrCH THer-A "StLCY. -iEFe r-VjVT Be KosAe Heffe Some oMe i hi THe- KVTCHEWl -sonac ice, x rtope UP Pt LlTTte RrU)THCr tv2V. say I WHAT'S THe CRACVCE ice All. oj ft .the it"s jusr a urne ieca OP MIMC, MUTT! uMK THCSe DARN CoCKROACHei lic tH ice- AMt THCIri FOOL. J 1 ill i - r a v - c I ri?A7Y' V sowe of arc gonma I 1 ) J Slip om tHs ice- an if Jmm D J T I :, ' -N r BKCAK THCIri FOOL. . - v ?r-. 4 COLISEUM GIFT NIGHT TONIGHT AND OUR BEST MUSICAL COMEDY stunt, and then by igniting a can of powder which he carries in the wagon, blows himself and most of the Indians into eternity. The story then switches to a time when the two brothers have reached manhood. One is Governor Mardsen of Utah, the other a rancher, known as "The Wcrd Brand" on account of his brevity of speech. The rancher is unaware that the governor is his brother, the gov ernor unaware that the rancher is his kin. The rancher is fighting, with his partner, a proposed biil which should it pass will mean the depriv ing them of water rights. Their op position has caused the gang of grafters who seek the passage, to fasten a crime of murder on the partner. Brand is silent while his partner is arrested, working secretly along his own lines. The governor, on a visit to the valley, is noted by Brand, who is struck by the close resemblance to himself. The scheme he works out. and its being put into effect at the capitol are the outsort ing features which keep the audience on the very highest wave or excite ment and suspense during the thrill-. ing chapters of this part of the story. Hart has again secured Jane Novak as the leading woman, and features STRAND LAST TIME TODAY WILLIAM RUSSELL IN "CHEATER REFORMED" Starting Tomorrow SID CHAPLIN in "KING-QUEEN -JOKER" many of the most prominent people of his company in the sterling support ing array. No advance in prices will mark the engagement of this super feature at the Kialto. s TOGK COMPANY TO L The Frolic The announcement that the Frolic will stage a big Hallowe'en dance next Monday made an instantaneous hit w ith the patrons of the premiere dancing club. Arrangements are go ing forward at a rapid rate, and when next Monday rolls around, dancers are going to be treated to one of the most pretentious affairs yet under taken by a local dance emporium. The hall will be decorated especially for the occasion, special dance events will be staged, prizes will be offered, in fact it is going to be an evening that will long be remembered by everyone who is fortunate enough to be present next Monday evening. Carrol Reed and his symphony in jazz are at present working on a special program of music for this af fair. It is going to be a "knockout," he biggest Hallowe'en celebration Phoenix has ever known. K. S. May field, floor manager at the Frolic is continuing with his dancing classes. He may be reached either at the Frolic, or by calling his residence 82S0 by phone. Stock Company at American. Next AVednesday night there will be a special entertainment ttt the American dancing palace when the popular Bainbridge-Karns stock com pany, which has been delighting large audiences at the Klks theater will attend after the regular performance at the Elks and will be the guests of Brandon Brothers. Many sur prises -will be in store for dancers and patrons of the new dancing place. The "Wonder orchestra'- is prepar ing to make Wednesday one of the most pleasant evenings yet given amusement lovers. Now that the American orchestra has favorably impressed the dancers and won praise from even the most exacting the management can turn attention to entertainment, attrac tions, and announce that it has in line some of the highest class enter tainment coming to the American. Keep your attention close to the American and help w ith your sugges tions to make it just what you desire. 11 RECEPTION AT ELKS 1 WED E SDH F3 THIS 13 GIFT NIGHT VALUABLE PRIZES HERE "TRIPLETS" , BY ' Greer-Lawler Pioneer Girls Co. THE FUNNIEST FARCE COMEDY OF ALL. RAM MA THEATER . . , -m-t m WW H p Wm. S. Hart m "fraithtul lulliver I J HOOT GIBSON in "THE MAN WHO WOKE UP" Those patrons, and they are legion, who have rfdmired the excellent work of the Bainbridge-Karns Stock com pany at the Klks will be gratified at the announcement that this Wed nesday matinee is to be the first reception to the public held by these players. It is particularly auspicious that Daddy Long Legs should be the vehicle. The company felt that they would like to wait until the public grew to know them before holding a reception and now that they can count on their personal friends bv the score they fell that there be many many more who would like to make the acquaintance of this clever company. Refreshments will be served on the stage there "will be music and if the inspiration comes perhaps some dancing. Reservations are pouring in for the matinee as the first an nouncement of the reception was made several days ago. Daddv Ixmir Legs has scored the greatest hit yet and the critic of this paper said the production was up to the road stan dard. It is a play that every chill should as well as the grown up chil- I dren. as life seems sweeter for hav ! ing witnessed it and the sweet appeal I of childhood reaches the hearts of all. The Bainbridge-Karns Juvenile act ors are the clearest youngsters possi ble to imagine. - Little Charles Met- calf. son of Hugh Metcalf. created a positive sensation at the Alcazar theatre in San Francisco by his per formance of I'enrod and his delight ful portrait of an orphan boy is one of the bright spots of the present presentation. Little Marjorie Bainbridge. daugh ter of Sherman Bainbridge. was featured when she was only 5 years i old in "The Little Teacher" she also appears in the Klk's theatre orphan age and is a baby blonde sensation. Gift Night at Coliseum. Gift night is the feature at to night's Coliseum Theatre offering, and. according to Carolina Brunson who lias charge of this feature the gifts tonight will exceed in quantity and quality any so far offered Coli seum patrons. An especially worth while and at tractive variety of gifts have been donated by the various merchants as well as a number of n oelty pres ents which will be added io the list by the Coliseum management. The musical comedy program cal led "Here Goes the Groom" is with out question the best production so far presented by the new comedy players and Pat Patterson and Bud Schaffer are seen in comedy parts giving them greater opportunity for fun making than any bill these two comedians have Jet appeared in lo cally. The comedy picture starring Joe Martin the famous chimpanzee is one of the most interesting and ludl crious animated comedies ever pro duced and makes a strong bid witn the musical comedy players 'or first honors in laugh getting, ami the cur rent program at the coliseum is the best yet offered at that playhouse. Tonight's performance will be the last of "Here Goes the Groom" to morrow a change of program will be offered when George Cohan's hig hest success '-Running for Office" will be presented. of the supporting players, and Is sur rounded by excellent players even to the most remote role. The added at tractions are the Pathe News and the Mutt and Jeff comedy. Tomor row starts the engagement of Sid Chaplin in Paramount's feature com edy "King-Quecn-Joker." WITHOUT BENEFIT OF CLERGY" OPENS William Russell at Strand William Russell flnisbea his en gagement at the Strand with the final screenings today of "Cheater Reformed." his latest Fox picture, and the attraction which has proven a very enjoyable entertainment dur ing its run at this popular theater. Russell's delineation is of the same high standard as always marks his appearance on the sereen. the story i highly appealing, and the production flawless from the standpoint of both photography and direction. "Cheater Reformed"' is novel not only in theme but in the manner in which it is un folded. It Offers Russell a' most con genial role, a portraiture fraught with innumerable opportunities for that dashing, snappy style which has characterized his career in e-reen-j land, and it is needles to say that lie takes advantage of every instance. He is fortunate in the selection made At the Ramona Gifts and favors of varying pecu niary value, some fit for a kings ransom, and others just useful and appropriate, will be literally show ered upon the Ramona patrons to night. Never before have so many donations from the local merchants been assembled for one occasion at the Washington street family play house. In addition to gifts tonight the management offers two perfectly good programs. "Triplets," Ly the Greer-Lawler Pioneer Girls company, and William S. Hart in one of his best productions "Truthful Tulbver." One hour of vaudeville and one hour of high class picture entertainment is the regular Ramona offerine- at the same popular iices which have prevailed during the summer. "Trip lets" Is a screamingly funny farce comedy, taken from a late Broadway success ana now Having its first showing in Phoenix. It is punctuat ed with snappy song hits and clever musical specialties. The popular Greer-Lawler quartette are also on the list of vaudeville numbers. Wil liam S. Hart in one of his big west ern features "Truthful Tulliver" is occupying the Ramona screen for to day and tomorrow with a select Cen tury comedy as the added attraction. Beginning Thursday Greer and Law- ler present "Irish Justice." one of j the best musical comedy bills in their I repertoire. A twentieth century Robinson Cru- j soe has been found livine on an is-i I land in the Caroline group. He was! shipwrecked In 1901 and wss the only: white man living there. He wa be-j friended and admitted to the tribe of' a native chief, w ho ruled the Island. Cavlte Is the principal naval head- quarters of the United States in the 1'hilipplneB. . ' AT COLUMBIA TODAY 1 So accurately were the life and en vironment or inula repruuucei. in which opens a two-day engagement at Mauk's Columbia Theatre today, that the Hindus and Mohamedans. from the Oriental quarter of Los An geles, who played as natives in the picture, asked permission to send photographs of the settings to their friends in India. This is a decided compliment to Mr. Randolph Lewis, who supervised the picture for Kipling, and who succeeded in bringing India to Ameri ca. So slight detail of construction or equipment wa neglected from the dingy shop of the lowliest native to the fashionable English Country Club of Lanore. Without Benefit o Clergy faithful ly displays the strong contrast of British developrr .-it with the cen tury old customs of the natives. In the bazaar street, beneath the light of modern gas lamps Is seen the nat ive charpoy-maker carving bed logs with a chisel held between his toes, and turning the wood with the type of bow 'and string that has been in use for hundreds of years. A few miles away frem the city. British engineers are erecting an immense railway bridge, with steel girders hoisted by steam machinery, while thousands of coolies carry the dirt away in baskets balanced on their heads. In the filming of Kipling's story such careful attention was given to arrangement of the gearesses worn, that more than a score of types can be readily discerned by the winding of their turban. One who knows his Lahore can easily distinguish the Bengali or Sikh from the Afghan or Punjabi. At the same time the tur bans affected by the Madrassi. Rajut. or hill men, are not shown because these types do not enter ino the ac tion of the story. Practically everyone are familiar with the plot of the story, which con cerns an undying love between Thomas Holding, a British engineer and Ameera the little native girl whom he marries without benefit of clergy. To tell the plot here would be to spoil the charming way in which the picture is presented. A special orchestra program has been arranged. Director Fred Barlow giving a violin solo. "Chanson Indie." Nev for November are Here! HOME APPLIANCE COMPANY The Brunswick Shop Phone 40M AMERICAN DANCING PALACE THE AMERICAN ORCHESTRA DIRECTION ELSA THOMPSON, PIANO Clean "The Wonder Orchestra Phone 4146 "IT'S THE MUSIC We Lead Others Try to Follow Clean "ITS THE MUSIC" "The Wonder Orchestra" Phone 4146 K'W'CTAMERICAN DANCING PALACE iggggg Vho Shot Howard Clayton? r:?131YSTERY-MURDER M"XrR1AGE jggg Shrine Halloween Party Shrine Auditorium, October 29, 1921 COSTUME DANCE. BRING THE KIDDIES MASK FURNISHED FREE TICKETS AT VIC HAN NY BEAR DRUG GOLDBERG BROS. CENTRAL PHARMACY 75 cents each person ANOTHER TREMENDOUS SUCCESS By JEAN WEBSTER Z i o ' I i a. ; DADDY LON Reception Matinee Wednesday HENRY MILLER'S REMARKABLE PLAY OF YCUTH 3 La Lbs30 ! BAINBRIDGE-KARNS STOCK CO. TONIGHT AND ALL WEEK II xsTj- STARTS TODAY y n O BRAND H hA Twin brothers One the governor of the state tl I graft an. J I 4 FIVE SHOWS DAILY M A U K M ml! , THE MCKi, y" tfTex PJCTLTiEtf f TIME OF TWO DAYS ONLY TODAY AND TOMORROW Rudyard Kipling's Without Benefit of Clergy "It will live as long as men and women love' M 1 - rv vr ' " - J Twin brothers One the governor of the other a two fisted rancher who battled political neither man knew the other. Another of the pictures made at hie own studies with his own res under his own supervision. You saw "The Toll Gate'' and "Sand'' here's dramatic triumch than either. THE FIRST DUAL CHARACTERIZATION HART HAS MADE. NOTE: This picture is being shown in Phoenix a' I of release date means ahead of Los Angeles and the Coast. ATTEND THE MATINEES NO AD I ources f,J -which VAN.CE Mp4 P - s i v - r r m 4v yhJ "I am thy woman, and thou art my man' These were holy words theirs was a holy love; and to the world their story is known as the heart interest classic of the century. See the Kipling You Love to Read "The best example of a purely lyrical film that ever came out of an American studio," says the New York Evening Post. We personally re commend this picture as being one of the greatest of the year. A special musical setting by the Colum bia Orchestra is a feature of the screen ing of this picture. Director Fred Bar low will also render a violin solo, '"Chan son Indio." SNUB POLLARD Stop Kidding LITERARY DIGEST TOPICS SELECT NEWS REEL f IUInAWI".MEfvf?l ELKS THEATER - "t.eftBSA1. J!--)i ;jjjjJiJ7LJiiLxirilji'- H ' ilmeiiinsinitn lis UkCsMMWssiMMAbi