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AMUSEMENTS
GLADYS WALTONAT
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1921
THE STRAWD TODAY
The Strand starts the two days en
gagement of Gladys "Walton in her
latest Universal feature, "High
HppIs."
There is probably not a more ver
satile star on the screen' today pre
senting stories of girlhood than
tUadys W alton. . and now she comes
in a typical story of the high school
girl, a trapper. This particular
ting.lady happens to be the daugh
ter o a i millionaire and is inclined
to be a snob. She looks on the world
as a place so far beneath her as to
lie beyond her notice. She even neg
lects her three little brothers, one a
cripple and the others twins, to the
extent that they, distrust and" fear
her
But those who ride with their
heads the highest are doomed to the
greatest fall. When father died and
left the flapper penniless she awoke
to her uselessness in a world of use-
mm
II JLfcl I Dancing
j T7 J Every
f .' f-T. Admission
I Refresh-'
X M.yfi.ld
VVTeachea
Oinc
In a
COMING
Friday night, Frolic. The Barn
'Danes. Taka home a New Year's
Dinner free.
. New -Year's Eve we continue at
Riverside going from the Frolic.
fulness. Her manner has caused her
the loss of more friends than she
ever dreamed of. And, when her
money was gone her friends began to
depart.
The little "flapper"-had reached
the end of the resources, and was
strongly considering the advisability
of marrying an acquaintance of her
set, wealthy and debonnaire and de
serting her little brothers entirely. A
young ' physician, and particular
friend of the deceased parent, strug
gled to make the girl see the error of
her ways, and finally convinced her
duty was with the little fellows who
needed her care.
Their distrust had to be overcome,
she had to become a' .woman, and the
translation from the girl of shallow
ness and haughtiness to the woman
of clear understanding and deep
character stamps "High Heels" as as
clever a . picture . as Gladys Walton
has ever had.
The Strand is announcing as- a
special added feature starting next
Monday, the great McAlbert shows,
(not motion pictures), a company of
two part entertainment, presenting
singing, dancing, and a startling illu
sion and crystal seance.
"GYPSY BLOOD" AT
RIALTO Tl
I0M
FABLES OF 1921
BY MARTIN
Once there was a Family of Four-and-a-Half.
Chart showws Relative Importance of Family:
RABV
IXI 111
BUB
Another sensation in filmdom 5s of
fered in the engagement starting tor
morrow of Pola Negri, starring ir
"Gypsy Blood," which the Rialto will
screen for three days, and offer in
addition the Dimond company of
Hawaiians and the augmented mu
sical program, -in which - George J.
Hayes, at the big organ, and Carrol
Reed's baby syncopated symphony
orchestra will divide honors.
"Gypsy Blood" comes to the Rialto !
immediately following its sensational
Los Angeles run, and sensational is '
the only word to describe the recep- j
tion it had in the coast city.
Seldom has taere been a, star of
such a depth of art as is exhibited in '
the startling registrations by Pola ,
Negri. She is acclaimed the most ;
versatile feminine star in pictures.
Her emotional values are positively j
enthralling Anil when ntiA thinks'
of the role ot the Spanish cigarette
girl, a g-rl of whims and loves and
rhates and passions, fickle, adorable.
fanning men's blood into uncontrol
lable heights, fighting, spirited,
where. could one look for a better
artiste to interpret the role than this
same Pola Negri?
"Gypsy Blood" is the screen adapt
ation of the story of "Carmen,"
though, unlike any former production,
it is based on the opera. This is the
original French version from the pen
In the Home league, 6ordon batted a lvttle'
less than Nothing. He, was a Back Seaterv,-;
Birr about this, time of year -Oh Daddy:!.!
AMERICAN "IT'S THE MUSIC"
NEW MUSICAL REVUE
MUSIC MELODY MIRTH
J PRETTY GIRLS DANCING C
ELKS
THEATER
BRANDON BROS., MGRS.
717 PHONE 717
Matinee 2:30
Night 8:15
A REAL STAR
RUTH RENICK
A SMASHING PLAY
"LILAC TIME"
A wonderful cast of players and a superb production
That is the offering of the Brandon Stock Company that sent hundreds
away yesterday saying it was the best treat offered to Phoenix in
many months.
; Prices: $1.10, 85c, 55c
Bargain Matinees Wednesday, Saturday 30c, 40c, 55c
of ..Prosper Merimee and has been
produced on the same lavish scale
as marked the sensational "Passion."
There are thousands of people in the
production, there is a feast of beauty
and color in the rapidly changing ac
tion. there Is a staggering realism
reached in the climaxes, and through
it all runs the unchallenged - art of
Pola Negri. .
There will be no advance in prices
during the engagmeent of this attraction.
.... The Frolie
"Are you going ' to - the ramyard
dance at the Frolic Friday evening?"
is the question one hears asked re
peatedly as dancers meet, for the big
party announced for that evening
promises to .be another of the de
lightful affairs for which the popular
emporium has become known.
It will be a duplicate of the party
whicjj caused so much enjoyment last
Friday evening at the Frolic, pre
sented on a more elaborate scale;
Special decorations will be hung;
there will be special music by .Carrol
Reed's baby syncopated symphony
orchestra; special dainties will be
served -by the refreshment booth.
And there will be turkeys and chick
ens and ducks and geese given away
to the patrons, the same as last week.
There will be no advance in either
the admission price nor the charge
for dancing during the barnyard
dance. . .
E. s: Mayfield Is in charge 'of the
affair. He announces the usual cus
tom of reserving booths on telephone
order, there being no charge for this
service. .. I M
for tha welfare of tha ' kiddiea. A
real sure-enough Santa Claua will
have charge of the tree and the big
stage, so don't fail to bring the elm
dren tonight. ; .
The Broadway Girls company win
present an entire new musical show
with new and snappy- specialties
The beauty chorus will be on hand
also rn flashing wardrobe, offering
new song and dance numbers.
The big feature picture nouaay
program will also assist in the plan
of the management to present a Dig
triple attraction for - gift night.
Roy Stewart in "The Bonds of Fear'
heads the program with a new Mack
Sennett comedv as the filler, two
shows will be staged with the Chrit
mas tree between shows. ' . "
RIALTO
STARTS TOMORROW
RUNS THREE DAYS
4 The Love Lyric of a Wonder-Woman
You have never sn this Hot Blooded Woman of Fiction
whose passion swept soul lifted her lovers from the depths or
dragged them down from the heights until you see NEGRI
She is the incarnate CARMEN.
. Ramon 1
A big' Christmas tree all decorated
and loaded with candy and pop corn
for the kiddies and splendid gifts for
the audience will feature the '"Christ
mas gift night" at the Raraona thea
ter tonight. There will be gifts of
every description for both the young
and- the old -with extra precaution
RIALTO
STRAND
TODAY TOMORROW
COLUMBIA
THEATER'
VAUDEVILLE
DIAMONDS
7-Hawaiians-7
Singers
Dancers
Musicians
Last Times Today
HAROLD LLOYD
"GET OUT AND GET
UNDER" '
VIOLA DANA
In the appealingf drama of tf
frivolous little tapper who
jqs flung from her pedestal
nd found happiness through
disaster
.., Coming 1 hursday ' uuu vuia -
'THE MATCH BREAKER thg giant soectacIe.
, ..- .tarting tomorrow, a wonderful show. POLA NEGRI
Three days '",n " . ., ,.,-aomcw v.. u .,.-
..ftvPSY BLOOD" A version o: r.,,.... .......
ihi. madcap cigarette girl until you have seen the hot blooded vers.on
TODAY AND WEDNESDAY
May McAvoy
IN
"EVERYTHING
FOR SALE"
Shall a young girl marry for money
or for love?
Snub Pollard Comedy
Literary Digest'Topics
Added Attraction
No Advance In Prices
STUCHAL'S
SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
30 Pieces
Promptly at 8:15 each evening -
22c, 33c, 39c
WHY PAY MORE?
Hawaiian Troupe at Rialto
Charles K. Dimond s Hawaiians in
A Night in Paradise Isle" leads off
on the- bill of added attractions at
the Rialto. where there will be- the
final screenings today of the double
picture -bill. The. Hawaiians will
present a bang-up act,' featuring na
ive Hawaiian music, and there win
be singing and dancing a real night
n Hawaii. ' There is no form of en
tertainment ' mom pepular with the
theatergoer than Hawaiian music and
specialties, and the engagement of
this noted : troupe is ' bound to be
keenly relished.
Harold Lloyd will present his com
edy, Get Out- and', Get Under," for
the final screenings todays This is
the side-splitting travesty on the Joys
and .gloom of motoring, .and find
Lloyd with one of the funniest char
a derivations of his entire career in
pictures. He is ably assisted in the
fun-making by little "Sambo" and
cast of especially selected players.
V iola' Dana is another bright spot
in the lineup presented at the Rialto.
Her vehicle is Metro's latest starring
feature, "The. Matchbreaker." and of
fers the Charming . little star in the
role - of a girl .who guarantees to
break oft, any match which is caus
ing alarm to any family. She has
gained her knowledge of the gentle
art of match-breaking through actual
experience in her own home town
but when - a handsome voting chap
calls as her first client, ..'numerous
complications ensue.
Dorothy Kelly, the clever little- lady
who has captured Rialto . audienc
with her whistling and singing spe
cialty, also, will be seen for the last
times today.. ;
Accessibility to working parts - is
a feature of the new small cars
shown in England.
' " ' O
New Tortc highway engineers are
planning? pavements to assure mini
mum noise.- - -
Nearly - 6 per cent of - the-auto
mobiles in, use in 1919 were discard
ed by the end of the year.
Lo J : '
Great Britain has a regular pas
senger motor service from London
to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
dPULAR KEYHOLE.
. r 1-a-rs i
parlor with your .Lrter? "
th!rU--3Ur: i my mother Isn't
o
G
a
RAMON A THEATER
FAMILY
THEATER
Christmas Tree Tonight for
GIFT NIGHT
Broadway Girls in New Musical Bill '
BEAUTY CHORUS ' FEATURE PICTURE
TiTTT? C A T TP VirPTI? ?
BEEN WAITING F OR
SW
ZEE'S
1
YEAR-END
CLEARANCE
places the entire stock of exclusive Women's and Misses' Apparel of "Arizona's Smart
est Shop" below the price level of ordinary sale merchandise. This, our first sale since last
summer, will prove again that "when SWITZER'S advertise a sale it IS a sale."
SS LE-RS CKS, BARGAIN-TABLES
j r Trrrn nnr nn Tynrrr' o IT1- fcown with red sale tags at-
ana juKJ vv ej& i rii oxlo hivvi
tached to original price ticket
WILL MO VE OUR ENTIRE FALL STOCK
Sale Starts at 9 A.
M
TODAY-
SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, EVENING GOWNS,
MILLINERY, FURS, SKIRTS, SWEATERS,
WA IS TS--E VERYTHING --Positively Every Fall,
and Winter Garment Included in this Blue-Pencilp:
Price-Cutting, Once a Year Sale Event!
Rack Number One Wool and silk dresses, Choice
$10.98, $13.98 and $16.95
Rack Number Five Coats of Bolivia and all wool
velours reduced to
$19.95, $24.95 and $29.95
Rack Number Three Skirts of Prunella stripes
and all wool plaids,
$6.98, $8.98 and $13.98
Rack Number Four Dresses of wool and silk in
smartest styles of the season
$19.95 and $25.00
Rack Number Six Novelty waists, sale prices
$5.98 10 $13.98
Rack Number Two "Charm o' Youth" Dresses
and coats
$16.00
Fifteen Foot Bargain Table of "Odds and Ends" of skirts, sweaters, Jersey coats, jumper dresses, waists
and silk underwear
$2:98,$3.98,$4.98and$5.98
A table of "Mengart" and "Marinette" wool sweaters both light and dark colors, choice
$10.98 and $13.95
All our higher priced Suits, Coats, Dresses, Dinner and Evening Gowns reduced to these sale prices -(and
each sale price indicated by bright red sale tag).
$29.95, $34.95, $39.95, $44.95, $49.95, $54.95, 59.95,
$69.95, $79.95 AND $89.95
We have left a few very fine Fox, Stcne-Marten and Skunk scarfs. For final
clearance the prices are
$19.95, $24.95, $29.95, AXD UJ T0 $79.95
STYLE
SHOP
Corner Adams t Firtt Ave.
Galkc Bids-
3 MUSICAL COMEDY

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