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D- -U MUTT & JEFF- By Bud Fisher Jeff, Hang a Crepe on Your Nose, Your Brain Is Dead Trade Mark Hes. V. S. Patpnt Offset Copyright 1?21 by II. C. Fiiher 1 Amusements : THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1921 ELSIE FERGUSON IN "FOOTLIGHTS" ST THE RIALTO TODAY K.si IVrirnstin's sons.-iUunal suc .. "Ki;lifriits.' rl";istii as a I'r Mi"Ual tsivi:il Ft.irtiil its ensase iM at the Kialto today, hrmnins lh.-t Kn-on a production heralded fvptyBiifn- a" nut only the finest J x'lure this star has ever made, but '.he most -lalMiratcly produced story f the theater the screen has ever It ..fr.-rs KI.-ie Fernu.-mn a dual USW THAT HC'i HiReD W.JCFF? J piyr KJhN mMJ 06FF TO SHOOT Wm j -?feHr J X- LW rVn -lt icnzau.m. a rid" wherein she I litv. ).rtr.: s a vaudeville performer In a . h".ij theater. Her specialty is j lti;r'rtrtunat:"ns, and incidentally. I tiurms the uni'iMim-nt of this part j rr the st. tv, Kisie l-'erguson sives a t. 'nd : fill demons; ration of her art i i thr actual impersonation of several if the hijruest celehrities in the the Urical con-te'.lation today. Lizzie arsons, as she is known, has at-fani-d. with her work, the attention of a frreat theatrical producer, and he i;iterests her with a long term con tract, which calls for her studying I r two years Kussian ctacterin tic. the language, the mannerisms, 4 m? w hich period she is to com r.:'.c3 to with none of her friends, l.iziie Parsons, in other words, must t. absolutely forgotten by the public 1-isa l'arsinova, noted Uussian act-r-s. must take her place, and the 1 in New inlander n"xt strikes 1 nwdsay in the guise of the celeb r tv iron across tiie seas. Her the atrical home this time is the finest and most fashionable theater on 1 irvaduay. Her success is instanla toous her rrme is on every lip in New York fame is hers and in the most lavish quantity. iie has met and loves Brett Fage, wealthy New York broker, but can not satisfy herself whether it ia she herself or' lift art that has attracted the man. It is a crisis in the life ( a prext actress. To renounce her lame means her theatrical failure to keep it precludes her honesty with the man she loves her happiness ia In 'he balance and it is in the sur frisirp climax and denouement that tMe- full force of the story strikes the reviewer. L'uring the action. Kl.-i' Ferguson wears no less than 39 different elab orate frowns the settings of the ultra -fashionable theater will dazzle In its splendor and brilliance. The remarkable contrast In the two the aters will instantly appeal. The ar tistry displayed in every foot of the feature is remarkable it is a produc t.on which is sweeping the entire r.mntry a triumph a nisterfol irestntation of the most fascinating thrme the screen has known. The Kia'.to will screen the feature with out advance In prices, and urges at tendance during the matinee screen incs. as tlv enpagemet is limited to the three days announced. A Tooperville comedy and the In ternational News are the added attractions. 4" Y " I 51 Feature Dance of the Whole Week TONIGHT GREEN MILL GARDENS Rodrick's Novelty Band NEW ADDITIONAL ENTERTAINING East on Henshaw to Wilson, North ta Acre City, East to Pork: or. East on McDowell to Orange Road to Acre City, East to th Garden. ED SHAW, Mgr. At the Ramona "The Broadway Girls' Musical Comedy," lately installed at the Ra mona and instantly accepted by the regular patrons as the best musical (Organization seen here this season, are getting most flattering support from the local show goers. The in itial bill, "Country Boarders," was a signal success in every way, and marks a successful opening for the new company. "Country Boarders" is an exceedingly tuneful and funny comedy with lots of laughs in it and plenty of opportunity for the princi pals, comedians, and the Broadway Girls "Dancing Dollies" to register their best "big time" hits. The spe cialties are new song and dance of ferings put over with dash and swing accompanied by brightiest and snap piest chorus seen in local stock in many months. A splendid orchestra assists in the interpretations of the dancing and vocal offerings and fur nishes pleasing diversion between shows. Robert Warwick in "The Tree or Knowledge," furnishes the counter attraction ( on the silent screen in a Paramount production of compelling interest with a new Century comedy as the filler. Spe cial matinee today at 3 p. m. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Pop Has His Limitations By Blosser AWG'WAN ) C trnp.cc 1 II WELL, WE ) L "WOOESTNT I j AS SOOi AS" Ut STARTED ) l SMUCV-VJHaT E3 T CUASE ( t"Kfct-KLt; THEEVM AT EXCUSE VOO . j TUROSNlNtS STONES' AT YoU, GocO VJOULDTOaT DO? J52 11 VPDCELP' i I C0ME1NH ) ME" FIRST. V f ! y S VJWV ODNTTVOU COrAETANO J I , VOU COULDNT MIT WWL srim want to J . y Sr- TELL ME INSTEAD -OF EZ W TW SDS OP A J 1 11 w ' a The Frolic "Where is the dancer who would miss a Saturday evening at the Frolic? The big night rolls around again, and the premiere dancing club is all ready for the crowds who will find happiness and enjoyment in its inviting environment this evening. With the largest floor in the city, in the best of condition, with the booth conveniences unexcelled anywhere, with decorations that remind one of a trip through a veritable fairyland and with what is conceded the best music ever offered Phoenix dancers, th3 Frolic's popularity has placed it way out in the lead with the dancers who demand only the best. The refreshment service continues a big feature with the patrons of the club and will of course be at the conve nience of the patrons throughout the dance tonight. Carrol Reed's sym phony in jazz furnishes the music every dancer is familiar with the class it represents everyone who has paid even a single visit to the pre miere dancing club has been at once t struck by the excellence of the dance inspiration reflected in the latest j dance numb.s the band is featur ; ingv E. S. Mayfield, the genial floor I manager at the Frolic, continues with his teaching of all the latest dances. He is prepared to furnish instruction either privately or in classes, :tr rangement for either of which meth ods may be made either by reaching him at the Frolic, or at his residence by phoning 82S0. one completely loses himself in the influence of his magnetic art. to fol low in an atmosphere of fascinating suspense the adventures that befell the his hits featured for Phoenix dancers as they become popular. The road has been opened asrain for tonight and the patrons can take the brother who sought to avenge his either of two routes, cast on llen sister. 'Riders of the Purple Sage" j shaw to Wilson and north to Acre is probably the most widely read o;"ity. theme east on the Tempo road all the vlrey novels. Its publication j to the .Mill, or east on McDowell to was a sensation, and its sales have! Orange road and then to Acre City never diminished since the original I and to the Mill. publication. Kdition after edition of j Oct your party together now for the book has been printed, so that it j the big joy dance of the week, for the ir familiar to everyone. I'nder the; early ones will not only have the ad ski:)ful guidance of Frank Lloyd, the j vantage of the lower price at the ad book has been transferred in its en- j mission point but will get in on all the tirety to the silent screen. No thrill j novelties of the wonder band and the has been lost, no situation overlooked. ' oodles of happy dames and lucky no item passed over, in fact the novel .-pots that will start with tne early has become a living, throbbing, big j dances. human document pulsing with life it- j self, fascinating in its hold on the j "The Man cf the Forest" reviewer, tremendous in its scope, and j famou novel of Ari- extraordinary in us perfection as zona, "The Man of the Forest," t loses motion picture de-luxe. The fact tnat ucr(,ssfu, enga-emen at Malik's this is the last opportunity to wu- , CoIambia tluater today. Full of ac ness the production means that the dramatic situations, this Biranu win mote '""-'J "c : l e nt h distinct sur- NOTES FROM CLASS AND CAMPUS OF PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL Tile girls' tennis tournament will , Mr. Michael has been coaching 'the be played off net week. Mr. Tur- j giri occasionally after schoor fend ner has given the girls permission to. has given them some very good have the court during the eighth' pointers. The girls express thf it- period. ! appreciation to Mr. Michael and hope! The' eirls' volley ball is in full! that he will come out more often. I ' The young musicians' club will j have a meeting Monday. November ! 7. at 4:15 p. m. in the west wing. ! Mr. Wendell Jones who is assisting ! the club and is devoting a great deal of time to the club's interest. ill help organize the plans for the year's i work. AH students interested in anv branch of artistic or creative lines of work such as drama, music, dancing and writing are requested to be pres ent. The second team plays the second team Indian School today at 1:30 p. m. at Indian school. The Indian first team also play Sacaton Indians there. o Fifty-three patriotic societies in New York city are preparing Armis tice day ceremonies. suing in physical i-jueation classes. F.ach evening the pirls practice and several teams have shown up fine. PEOEf- Or. Day Only Bll Tuesdays! 39 1 frnrnrs K YGM RliW 1L -t 140 tfl -IH1 ALG.AX&S' g LIONS , IN ONE iC ACT ' fti ft M WHIM narcsaas bengal M ! JJtt SOSXik TKXZS f t William Farnum at the Strand Today marks the final screenings at the Strand of William Farnum. crowded with those who would take this final opportunity for seeing the masterpiese before it leaves the city. The added attractions are the com edy and the News reel. Tomorrow starts the engagement of Tom Moore, appearing in "Made in Heaven," an even funnier comedy, it is said, than "Hold Your Horses." in which he cap tivated Phoenix during his recent en gagement at the Rial to. Dale's, arrives. A pretty romance is tallied throughout the play by Dale's leve f"i" Helen Raxnor. while I.as Ve gas, a onl iftned woman hater, loses his heart to Bo. A Hall Room Boys comedy, "Two Faces West." a Liter ary Digest Topics, and a Select News ..'.I ...... ,l,,i 'ti'nw.iit iTn' fe:.:ures- To- morrow briiuts Nina. Wilcox Put-j ing the second perio. nam's famous Saturday F.venins Post storv. ' Two Weeks With Pay." Short cesses of the year. The scenes of the . storv readers will remember this hril- story are all laid in tne pir.e 101 esis j pant bit. concerning tne ao em m o! northern Arizona, and concern the , .i.. i.tall Patsy oHonnell, a shop adventures that befall Helen and to Raynor, two cukuied Kastern tills who have come West to visit Green Mill Garden Saturday night and the dance of the, week at the Green Mill (iarden co hand in hand to make a their uncle, a large ranch ow ner. T lie I .iris are kidnaped at the instigation j of a former partner of their uncle's, j in order to keep him from deeding I them the ranch. They are held pris- starring in Zane Grey's powerful night of perfect pleasure at the most Tom a mountain lion p. t of Dal western drama, "Riders of the Pur pie Sage." This immortal classic of early Utah finds perfect visualization at the hands of the exceptional cast of players which has been assembled for the production. The character of "Bassiter," the two-gun Texan, could not have been placed in better hands than with William Farnum. This in terpretation has botn conceded the strongest piece of character work Farnum has ever done for pictures. It is so vividly real, so excitingly nat ural, and so thoroughly popular dancing palace in the whole valley. Rodrick's Novelty band will be on the mound again tonight with new hits from the Eastern musical shows just as they appear hot off the mu sical press. One of the new ones for the night is "Ma," a snappy fox trot lust released from the Fisher Publish ing company of New York, hacked by j Sunny xennessee. a wnoie ounuie oi harmony, being the rage now in all the leading amusement palaces of the fclrl w no spenos mr iwo wvtas i a.ion at a fashionable summer hotel, where she is taken for Marie La Tour, the famous movie actress. Many amusing situations develop and she is having a wondci f ul time, until she is called upon tr do Miss La Tours famous hiah dive, tor it makes Patsy oners in an r.nanuonca siuo-k in u- , (;;zzy to even sntui up on . -..I,.,-,-. l.... ..v., .lw..r,VfM-f.l ' 1. . 1 1 : n 1a.-.,.,-c wiTh Bebe is f f,i,. llUUIitrtin?. v.nriL u, - - - i iiuitf, i.vr.i -1 in- ,...., jtauiie(. . . D i-if in,ii.m hn imtne- i . f. .,lt,i- r-.w-- s;emon in a new liiately notifies his friend Milt lK.le. comedy. "The Hick." Larry intro- Dale and Lone Wolt, nssisieu uy . duces what he cans cartoon .. ie'n scene is a st ries or caiioon. effect an entrance into the catuu, nut h rndins with a big comic punm. sre prevented from leaving by 1lie;yet onneeted in such a way as to outlaw band camped outside. There ( j,r,,s,.rV(, eoiiunuitv. A l'rizma color two-day sieg in niM..H taken in the ivtmieci twrsi liVI lows Lone Wo:f is killed and Dale wound ed and lust as things look the black est for the defenders a posse bv las Vegas, a cownoy headed friend of Arizona, and one ot Aesop s ' " 1 !;ibes complete this program, which promises to l e the lest one offered tor some time. Norma Danielson. Klleu orth. Helen. Deal. Jessie Miller. Florence Dunn, and Frances l'runty of the freshman physical education class gave a program yesterday for the Missionary society of the Central Methodist church. Thev gave a Japanese Parasol dance, which was directed by Miss Nell Terril. ; Oj Next Tuesday during the first per-! i I iod the freshmen will have an as-,!- sembly In the auditorium, anil our- general as- nfte' sembly for all students but freshmen wiii be held. Freshmen must go to their regular classes then. This will; be a big boosting assembly for the; Kl Paso game. It is predicted that , It Will eeu lie in'ii'i iiiwii ...... p Junior College assembly. There will f- be two more assemblies during the week. Thursday during the milit.iry period the boys will have a big as sembly to prepare for the big "l'ee rade" to be held at 7:30 that even- :'J.j On Friday the classes will meet at uj it o'clock as usual anil students are . j held strictly to attendance. They M j wiii be dismissed in time for the ln- : dnstrial lrade, and from there they i will go to see the big football game rm between F.l Paso and the Coyotes. Sj All members of the I'hnenix I'nion ; Hifli school Rifle club should report , f'J at T:H0 this morning to go on tniEy rit.e AMERICAN DANCE PALACE IT'S THE MUSIC WTJm BRANDON BROS. MGRS. fJS?- FIRST IN HITS FIRST IN LAUGHS First in the Hearts of the Public AMERICA'S GREATEST COMEDY SUCCESS "MY LADY FRIENDS" v From the novel "Oh James by May Edington, now in its fifth wee at the Majestic Theater, Los Angeles. Eighth Week Bainbridge-Karns Co. ELKS stwvti n g SUNDAY, NOV. 6th snoot will lie iiiii.iMiiice.. i..... j r-.-,-,- w 3; SUN. MAT. 2030 0 55c s E E I UK our OKAPI m cfcrTTVTTT j AV1AT1MC Utm ISAKSON human that country. Only at the Green Mill are i M r Cs . E I KM W Jb. H SI FRRR SUNDAY TRIAL ill! ill 1 OF THE LATEST in i in, if R E C O R D S II "haa Hri Daaatj GHj 40 m iaMI rrwao s nora TTACnen . vj ujoi A HOST hovti. jmfc-exvxi w (jlmxrwLr cup.ououjlijUO'VEW u CM P0LAeTl numa Mierai couktuis or pconc or Hcatro aiuu 7 P DOOR 3 OPEN I AND t-fBTOBmNftS 2 AN SEE The largest ele phant that walks the earth stands 12 feet, 5 11 inrhc taller than Jumbo. c,.ct parade and esn ,t tn cineus crouncis. TUSKO -cl es- "Tusiio'' be seen only Telephone 4Q26 and after 5 P. M. today we will deliver six of your choice of the new Brunswick Records, for your enjoyment ' this evenina. We will call Monday morning for the records you do not wish to keeo. There is no obligation on your part we merely wish you to hear the latest Brunswick records "They play on any phono graph." Here are 12 new Fox Trots just released! "Yoo Hoo"' and "Second Hand Rose" "Ilo" and "Sweet Man O' Mine" ' Say It With Music" and "South Sea Isles' "Sweet Lady" and "Bimini Bay" "My Sunny Tennessee" and "Why, Dear" orne The Brunswick Shop Co 33-36 WEST ADAMS TELEPHONE 4026 LAST TIMES TODAY 1 ZANE GREY'S "THE MAN OF THE FOREST" One of the best of Grey' works. Screened in a fashion you'll like. DON'T MISS IT. Positively first run in Phoenix. HALL ROOM BOYS LITERARY DIGEST TOPICS NEWS REEL Beginning Tomorrow BEBE DANIELS TWO WEEKS WITH PAY 2 Complete Vaudeville Matinee Today AT THE Ramona Theater The Big Comedy Success 'COUNTRY BOARDERS' New Troupe, New Girls, New Scenery. Costumes, Settings. Full Symphony Orches tra. Classy Songs, Dances and Specialties. robt WARWICK in "The Tree of Knowledge Two Shows Nightly 7:30 and 9:30 P, TMSlCALEDY Broadway Girls Musical Comedy Company M. ELKS THEATER LAST CHANCES Tonight 8:15 Prices: Nights 52.50, $2.00, $1.65, $1.00 Mat., $1.50. $1.00, 50c Bargain Matinee Today, 2:30 ' TIIIMrillHH lrT'f """""TTyrr STRAND Last Time Today William Farnum IN ((Riders of the Purple Sage" By Zane Grey Starting Tomorrow IN TOM MOORE "MADE IN HEAVEN" A better picture than "Hold Your Horses'' ' MJ i II Tootliohts Iff KJ Elsie Fcryuttm wears tltirh iiine elaborate French. Gowns, made cspecialhi for tliis picture Toonerville Comedy ALSO AIL IT A wonder drama set against the fascinating environment of the theater gorgeous in the display of gowns human in its heart appeal genuine in its naturalness. The story of an actress who carried the art of impersonation into real life and found A slice of stage life the public never sees. International News STARTS TODAY 1ft' t.Vi"? I ' ".? -JSC ml it'im mT itt m'itri DIRECT FROMTHt GLOBE I THEATRE NEW YORK A Sensation Everywhere WITH DELL CHAIN 00N B ARC LAV SI LAYMAN no HELEN KLNG ORIGINAL BEAUTY CHORUS Of CALIFORNIA SUNKIST GIRLS SUN-KIST CAPTURES PHOENIX Unanimous Verdict Greatest Musical Revue ever seen here. Don't miss this attraction. Cast in tact SAME as when in New York. Last chance to see "Sun-Kist" matinee 2:30 and night S.15. A few gcod scats left. Vc p rsoi'olln (I'orai t' i this attraction, to be th b' st ( i-( r seen here. fihwxnox r, nor ii uus.