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THE WASHINGTON TDIES. SUNDAY, OVEIIBER 28; 1915.
IB This Week's Photoplays LEADER. The leader Thenler'a proKram ot play for this Ucvlc will boBIn toilny with tlio Inst sliowltiK r "Trilby," lea lurlnff Wilton Ijickayn and Clura Kim ball VouilK. Tomorrow mul Tuesday Cyril Hcott will bo seen fli "Not Qullty," a dramatic argument iiRamnt the acceptance ot circumstantial evi dence In cases where human lifo la at stake. Homo of Hie scenes wero taken In HIiik Slnir, In tho governor's room at tho capltot In Albany, and othors In the governor's mansion In the samo city. Wednesday and Thursday Daniel Prohman will present Mary and Jack IMcktord In "A Ulrl ot V.esterday." which appears on the Paramount pro Kram. In this picture tho admirers ot Mary J'lcklord will havo an oppor tunity to seo tho stnr make an uero plane flight with Glenn Martin. Friday and Saturday the program In cludes the (Urn version of James rot-bos' play, "The Chorus Ijidy," with Cleo iUdgley In the lending role, supported by Wallace Held. Maria .Itosa, Mar Jorle Daw, Hlchard Grey, and others. A musical program will accompany all pictures. STARS OF THE PHOTOPLAY CRANDALlS. This week's cloture nrncrnni nt 1'ra.n dall's Theater features from SundAy until Wednesday. "The Oalley Slave." a Him version of the Hartley Campbell drama. Theda Hara Is featured In the principal role. In tho support of Miss tiara win do seen A. n. van uuren, leading man of the Polf Tlavcrs. 1,11 llan Lawrence, who was a stock lead ins; leady In Washington for flvo years, Hardee ICtrkland, a Washlngtonlan, and Stuart Holmes. Claire Whitney, and little Jano I.ee. Robert Warwick will be featured Thursday. Friday and Katurday In "The Hlns of Society." a drama "lllustratlnc some exciting moments, including me sinking of a troop ship by a submarine. In the support of Mr. Warwick will be seen Alec. Krancls. Frances Nelson. Robert 13. Mantcll, Jr., and many other favorites. 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A home-coming celebration for the United States Marine Hand will tak?o placo at tho Helasco Theater tonight, when Director Santlemanu and his Mffv.nvn musicians Will he ixnnrA fn. tho llrst time In the Capital, 'slncn4 I heir remarKnnio eignt vreeks' tour through tho Mlddlo West, A neutral program Is offered. The program Is as follows: Overdue, "Mlgnon" (Ambrolso Charles I-outs Thomas); Candle Dance of the Ilrlde of Kaschmlr, from Mallet "Feramors" (Anton Oregorlewlch Rub instein): cornet solo, grand fantasia, "Tho f'eail of the Ocean," Mr. Wit- comb (Ilelnrlch Hoch): waltz. "On the Ileautlful ' 'Uluo Danube" (Johann Mrauas); proludo and Intermezzo, from "Tho Jewels of tho Madonna" (Erman no Wolf-Ferrari): cntrnnco of the Uixls Into Walhall, from "Tho tllnesolcl (Richard Wllhelm Wagner); sccno espagnole, "Hevlllana" (Sir Kdward William Klgar); flute solo, fantasia brlllante, "O! Happy Time, Ol Ulessod Time," Mr. Hol (William I'opp): Hun garian rhapsody, No. 2 (Franz von l.lszt); grand march. "The President (Arthur Treglna): a member of the United Btates Marino Hand: euphonium solo, "From tho Bhores of the Mighty I'aclflc," Ocorco O. Frcy (Herbert Clark), and "Tho Star-Spangled Ran nor." Preceding the rendition of "The Star Spangled Manner," by the band, the "National Anthem" will be recited by Mr. Charles R. Hanford. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS "How Molly Made Oood." The aux iliary nttrartlon will be a dramatlo spectacle entitled "Tho Valkyrie." fea turing Darnncss von l Wltz and Wayne Avery. Special muslo will be rendered by the Strand Symphony Or chestra. The celebrated Triangle Film Plays will be Inaugurated at Moore's Garden Theater today, the double program consisting of Douglas Fairbanks In the Griffith production, "Tho Lamb." and Ravmond Hitchcock In a Sennett Key stone farce comedy. "My Valet." Special musical accompaniments will be ren dered bv the Garden Symphony Orchestra. "The Million Dollar Fall Fashion Show," Lillian Kingsbury and company In "The Coward:" Mr and Mm. Jlmmle Harry In "The Rune," Dorothv Toe. (lus Van and Joe Schenck, and all other hits of the past week will be seen at Keith's at 3 and 8:15 p. m. today. A special Sunday program has been arranged by Manager Harry Jarboc of the Gaety Theater for today Introduc ing a selection of audevlllo headline acts. Miss Edythe Mlrfleld In her song aiimrl. Will Ijialnp n.l UnhoH Al cler, presenting the dramatic sensation ' cntuiea "in tne Trendies," a war drama In one act; Miss Frankle Rico, In a specialty Impersonating stage tars: singing and dancing number by Frsnk Hunter and Florence Daven port; and Fred end Lda Weaver, late features of Irhe New York Hippodrome In their newest aerial flights, are In cluded In the program. The scenery and the big beauty chorus will be fea tured with "The Globe Trotters" in their two-act musical burlesque en titled "The Dowry Seekers," Twelve stars of the first magnitude. Including Julia Dean, Robert Edeaon. Henrietta Grossman. Cyril Scott, Luta Glaaer, Julian Eltlnge, Leo Ditrlch steln, lime. FJorde, May Robson, Henry Kolker. Mabel Fenton, Charles J. Ross, and Mirguerlte Gale, will hold the screen at Moore's Strand Theater to day In a novel photo drama entitled Next Week's Films The program of photoplays to be pre sented at the Leader Theater next week will begin Sunday with "Tho Secret Orchard" with lllanelin Hneet as the star, supported by Cleo Rldgley, Ger trude Keller, Edward Mackay, Carlvle Dlackwell, and Theodore Roberts. The photo version Is from the pluy by Chan nlng Pollock. Monday and Tuesday, "Zara" will be offered with Taullne Frederick In the title role. Wednesday and Thursday Hazel Dawn will be seen In' 'The Masquraders." and rriday and Saturday's program Mary Plckford will be presented In "Rags." Next week's program at Crandall'a Theater will feature from Sunday until Wednesday the William Fox produc tion of "The, Unfaithful Wife.1' wjth Robert 13. Mantell Genelve Hamper, and Stuart Holmes In' the principal roles. The remainder of the week will bring "The Grey Mask." based on a story of the same name by Charles Wads-worth .Camp which appeared re cently In Colliers Weekly. The story deals with a band of criminal who hae killed a young police Inspector, and fea tures Edwin Arden, who is supported by Rarbara Tennant, Jim Garth and an all star cast. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS GARDEN T0DAY M0W- TUE" WED- reintroducing $2.00 Triangle Play. Lamb 5 Thrilling Ads DOUGLAS in FAIRBANKS E RAYMOND HITCHCOCK "MY VALET' In One Long Laugh AND TODAY, MON., TUE. How Molly Made Good With 12 Broadway Stars Julian Eltinge, Julia Dean, May Robeson, Robert Edeson, Henry Koelker, Cyril Scott, Lula Glasek, Charles Ross, Leo Ditrichstein, Mme. Fjorde, Henrietta Crossman, Mabel Fenton. ri:Tl'RK i, S mnOXKII VON Iinil WIT7. In VAI.KYniK V JL d lUA THE COMFY I W W 1 1 H WHTHEATER 7th and F Streets GUS HILL PRESENTS THE HIP, HIP, HURRAH SHOW "HAVE YOU SEEN STELLA?" A MUSICAL GIRLIE, WHIRLY PAROXYSM OF LAUGHTER HUMBLING OVER WITH MELODIES Entrancinc Girls Will CHIN CHIN, DUcusb TOWN TOPICS and Afford A WOULD OK PLEASURE A $2.00 SHOW AT POPULAR PRICES Matinees Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, 15 & 25c; Nights,25,35,50&75c TODAY, SUNDAY WALKER WHITESIDE IN SIX BIG REELS THE MELTING POT AKTEHMOOX 1" nT. TODAY'S BEST FILMS By GARDNER MACK. Doufr1a Kalrbanka In "TIia Lamb," fllrr-c'ted by David W. Griffith, and Raymond Hitchcock In "My Valet." directed toy Mack Sennet (Trlantlo Films), the Garden, 43 Ninth street. Thrda Bara, supported by A. JI. Van nuren, Lillian Lawrence, nnd Hardee Klrkland In "The Oalley Klave," adapted from the play by Hartley Campbell (Fox Film Com pany), Crandall'a, Ninth and 13 etrecti. Wilton Lackaye. Clara Kimball Ynunr. and Paul McAllister In "Trilby" (Kijurtnble), the Leader, Ninth, between K and F streets. Florence Turner In "Imitations of Hereon Htara" (MlnA), and Kdna Goodrich In "Armatront's Wife." by Marearet Turnbull (Lanky). Ufw'ii Columbia, Twelfth and T streets. Julia Dean. Henrietta rVossman, Robert IJdeson, Cvrll Bcott. Lulu Ulascr, Henry Kolkrr. Julian i:i tinge, and Charles J. Ross In "How Molly Made Oood." the Strand. Ninth and I) streets Betty Nanaen In "Should a Mother Tell" (Fox Film Company), the Ucorcla, ZK2 Oeonrta avenue. Viola Allen and Richard Travers In "The White Ulster" (Kssanay), the Olympic. 14S1 U street. Vivian Martin -In "The Little Mademoiselle" (World Film Cor poration), the Elite, Fourteenth street and Rhode Island avenue. Maude Allen In "The Run Maker's Daughter" (Paramount Pictures), Crandall's Apollo, 62t II street northeast. Note These selections ara mad from proa-rama prepared by tha managers of the theaters concerned, and no responsibility ts assumed for arbitrary changes without notice to The Times. They are based on the personality of the players and the producing; company and not pec tonal Inspection, except In special cases. Q. M. AMUSEMENTS BELASCO THEATER Thursday. Dec. 24, 4 P. M. Operetta in Miniature DT Greta Teryadle and Elaal Lladea Benefit of Christ Child Boclatr. Bests en sale T. Arthur Smith's. 13M a nw Roller Skating L PENH. AVE. AT 9th ST. N.W. Dally. 10i0 to 12, 2i30 a rt, TiXO 10i30, America's Larsrest and Finest Mkiitlna: Arena. THIS WEEK NATIONAL CHARLES FROHMAN Presents WILLIAM GILLETTE On Hit Farewell Tour in Hb FAMOUS SUCCESSES TOMORROW, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY WIOHTS SHERLOCK HOLMES TnUriKDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY MAT1NEH AND NIGHT "SECRET SERVICE" NEXT WEEK SEATS THURSDAY MRS VERNON FRANK BERNARD CASTLE TINNEY GRANVILLE BRICK as KINO H11IV KFI I V AND NKARI.V 100 IITHRIM IN HARRY KLLIS CHARLES DII.LINOHM'K PRODUCTION WATCH YOUR STEP "A RAGTIME niOT WITH A GALAXY OF STAn" MME. EMMY DESTINN Great Dramatic Sovran Kraaa the Metreaelltna Oawra. New York Fill DAY, niC. 3, 4CX0. Prices, KJJo, 3.M, ft.KO, SI.OO, on sale at Droea's, 1Sh ana G. FRITZ KREISLER RECITAL THURSDAY, DEC. , 4lt. Prleea, 93M, (3.00, tIJSO, 1.00. Seats on sale at Droop's, 13th aas G. THE THEATER BEAUTIFUL MIT. OCc niiiYaCfJ EVENINGS 25,50,750 E. S. WILLARDS GREATEST SUCCESS THE MIDDLEMAN ALL THIS WEEK hk inMikit BEauiiruL POLIS WITH MARK KENT NOTE Mr. Kant a as tare this crrat part over 1U0 ttasea aad helteres It to be hts iuatao creation. SOUVENIR PHO'lO MATINEE 1IVFJIV .1IOND4.Y. StIUVENIIl OF Mlt. KENT FIIID4Y. NEXT WEEK JULIUS CAESAR lVSIUNGTON PLWIIOUSCBLALrnFlJL P "v nuotwo on m auat, at all ima owly tmr jobs' assssasaass MOST BUMi NATTVC ABHST frATTHACTIOfM 1 1113 NEW YOllK WINTKIl IIAI1IH.:S"M HI'I'IIKMII ACIII DANCING AROUND, y WITH TUB KINO OF EINTEFITAINKHS AND n..i1,IUAmi5U OF KIINUH AL JOLSON TUB PnUIIISH Pl.tlT- Tha World, the Flesh stid the Deill A flaturnallsn revel ' ur rssmon, remlnlnltr and fun. Itrglnnlns tu morrow ritsrlii l'rle: Kven , st -0. l' in 12. Hhi., Wed 2.V1 to ti.to: Hut., Me lo II 126 SVELTE SIRENS IN PIQUANT ITtANKH ON TIIB Illuminated Rpiway AUQMENTEIM ORCHESTRA tlltEAT CAUT "rank Oarter. Klttv bonr. Iwnnr fi'Oruv. Mii.iroH tri.i,. ti.e.. TTark. Wanda Iyon. N Murray Hlephn. lldllh Pay, ftay Hod win. Jack Carlton, Harry fiamciii iaio i"-if. uirv i icon, tiuiur t nnPiia una DOZENS OF DAINTY DIMPLED DIVINITIES NEXT WEEK SEATS NOW ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY f-FIRST TIME ON ANY STAGE DAVID BELASCO, Presents DAVID WARFTELD "VAN DER DECKEN" A l.BOIBNDARY PI.AY OK THE SKA. By DAVID BELASCO At 8:30 50c U SE TONIGHT BlX Office OpinlP.M. U. S. MARINE BAND WILLIAM R. SANTKLMANN, Leader Salalata Arlhar S. Wlteasah, Camel. Rabert E. Seal, Plate. Oraaal Haaseeaaslaa; Alter TraMeeatlaeatal Tonr f B Weeka IBFKnTHSl DAILY, 2:15 t 8:15 SUNDAY, 3:10 & 8:15 MATINEES, 30e BVRXINOS, 2Se t 1. ORDER IN ADVANCE. ALL THIS WEEK AND NEXT SUNDAY. DECEMBER B. Two Co-Stars of Comic Celebrity Call You to Fun. H OEWS COLUMBIA I Showing CorjtinuouB From I 10:30 A.M. toll P. M. H Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Nov. 29-30, Dec. 1 Jesse L. Lasky Presents I VICTOR MOORE I In the Great Comedy Character, I P.hSmm.APaelilanniitWaet Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Dec. 2, 3, 4, 5 DUSTIN FARNUM In a Filmization of Booth Tarlrington's Famous Story The Gentleman From Indiana Symphony Orchestra of Operatically Synchronized Music MorninK 4 -a 1 i- Except Sun- I III. I nr days.no MCIIT, III MI IT. TENT'S M1S0NIG AUDITORIUM Ner York Aye. nnd i:ith SI. N. W. TONIGHT 1.30 Continuous to 10 31. MKTIIO I'lrn'UB L'OItrORATION Presents the SOVKIIKKIN of tlia Pcreen. FRANCIS BUSHMAN And the Ilesulirul riKvniiLY nM:. in "PK.V.MMiTON'S rilllll'IV A rioAcl ItoiiiHtith nramn. Ilrlinful of hurprlwy MaRV MMC. LIMA CHIP & MARBLE And a mx Camrjftnr In "THE CLOCK SHOP" Their New Musical Isntasy. Full of Melodr and Novelty CVTD1 I The DlstUmls TC ' " El nRCIinC nniERTC&nn In "The Woman Intervenes.' ADDED I " """ Mameei Bv Auth(,r "reit o' My Heart" "T Nnts rrom Brain." HAWTHORNE &INBU. ABARBANELL Th lilt of "Mme. 8herTy., Th Rsd Canary," and Other Broadwmy 8uoett. PrentM In Ilr Premiere Here The DUt1.rul..ird Frohman aad Belasco Start Tti F'amoue London "Mlm.' HERIEfVT CLIFTON Another ToIIIm" Favorite. For Vaudevlllo'ai Dpi c urea "CRANBERRIES" A Rrfrrshlnc Utile FMe-41fhl "A Tool There Is ' SPECIAL-"A TWENTIETH CENnJRYCOURTSHIP-.'.n. - Prrnentlnir Motion Pictures of the Audiences In Keith' Theater Lambert A Fredrlche Meehan'a Teaptnic HoundH. ripe Organ Recital TathA lMctortala. Ala EXCLUSIVE FILMS OF HARVARD-YAM! l'VOTBAM' OAHC T,D..Y FILL FASHION SHOW ffiWiffi. Dorothy Toys. Vsn A Sehenclc. ArnesPcett A Hfnry Keane. Walter nrower, Eto Dee. Week NA7IMOVA In WR RRIDES' 'ewell Appearance liar eaa Newl,'4ln,U,lln n "UE Mne other reatures and Afternoon Holidays Evening 10c 15c 25c Today Continuous 3 to 11 P. M. Edna Goodrich In the Gripping Photo-Drama Armstrong's Wife uxisa sua bPsW SGbbbbV OaPvak aBC. K. ( A&MS?9 km UKW WLjpr fi Ll , namL Iff JtatnluJ IT 7T A f JsrVHll ar Jl u J mm JnJ.LT Iff 1 1 salslIsaTk I ITCxjt aW V SW X.X VC X X fUV mT s "LsavMrT"! Twt wtWaL jCaWn tJw V :iHIJ WEEK NOVEMBER 29th TheFashionShow Wailth ind Wagplflcinci Biyond Klng't Triuuriti and Qmtn't Wirdrobtt Will Bt Rivialid In Oorgiout Spltndor In thi 20th CENTURY MAIDS A RIOT OF TONE, HUE, SHADE AND COLOR wjth HARRY COOPER KotoC JIM BARTON IN "HOTEL DE GINK" a Serias of Liughs, uurfJH t Sida-Spllfllng Mirth T0DAY:r: GLOBETROTTERS srnciAii MII1VI14Y pnin:s COMING THE MILLION DOLLAR DOLLS