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THE . WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY; MARCH 4; 1919.
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS SEASON ENDS WITH ' i HAPPENINGS ON STAGE AND SCREEN FPTflRFIlN (lPFRH"Adam and Eva" Make Metropolitan Premiere at the Belasco; Louise Dresser and JacK Lb I UIL UI1 UTLM Gardner in Clever Skit Head Keith's Bill ; Gossip of Plays and Play People RITERIO 9th and D Sfs. 14 C N 0 V' The musical events of the "Wash ington Soclaty of the Fine Arts were concluded for the season last evening: by the final lectura-recltal by Xicholas Douty. on tbo subject of "The Opera," given at the Central Hlsrh School auditorium. Air. Douty was assisted by Mrs. FranccsUa. Kas-par-Lrawson. soprano, with Miss Lucy iJrlcUenstein at the piano. ' "Modern Composers of the Opra" proved the educational worth these expositions afford through the rendi tions of selections of operas that have not been heard in Washington, such n a duet from the "Falkland" by , &6ratio Parher, and solos from r Aiora" by Henry Hadley, and "Nc- bjna" by Victor Herbert. Two of tth'eso three composers of America showed that melody belongs to Amer ica as It does to Italy in her opera. Mrs. L&wEon and Mr. Douly also save as duets a scene from "The Jewels of the Madonna." of Wolf 1'er- rari, and one from the "Prodigal -Son," that "lyric scene" of Debussy, - i it is called. Mrs. L&wson saner e aria from Charpentlcr's "Louise." "Dapuis le jour." "Burn Sacred Fire." from Hadley's "Azora." and the melodious lilting "Spring Son" from Victor Herbert's "Natoma." Mr. ' Dpnty's selections were a scene from "Samson and Delilah" of Saint-Saens, the aria, pf "Prinzlvalle." from Fev rler's "Monna Vanna." and the Span- JflE "Vaquera's Song" from "Natoma." The music of these operas was ef fectively interpreted, with quite a major part of the ambitious program falling to Miss Brlckenstein at the piano, for the modern opera score -carries much of its content in the orchestration and it was notably sustained by Miss Brickenstein. Mr. Douty gave as piano solos two ballet excerpts - from an opera of ', Fourdrain. The broad scope of these lecture-recitals has done much to ac rualnt "Washington with a delight ful opera literature. J- MacB. BRITISH ORDER RELEASE OF ' HOSTAGE FOR U. S. CONSUL The British government has ordered the government of India to release one of the Bolshevik hostages, held by them in exchange for American Consul Roger C Tredwell, held by the Bolshevik at Tashkcnd, Turkestan, the State Department announced tolas'. a The boy shelled the Hbm. It's up to bs to shell ont the hundreds. Have yea paid joar income tax? Norses Recommend Cuticura Soap It appeals to them because it is so pare and cleansing. It does much to keen the skin clear and healthv es pecially if assisted by touches of Cu ticura Ointment to first signs of oim- les, redness, roughness or chafing, deal for toilet uses. SaopU ac& Fm fcr lua AMren poit-orf: "Ccttcsra. DrtV 24A. fcoitta " XaM nmlvr. 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A plot that Is new, unique and clover, a well-east and wll-drlllcd company and a strain of delicate humor "combine to make "Adam and Eva. which bad its metropolitan premiere at the Belasco last night, one of the most amusing evening's entertainments that "Washington has had this season. Considering ttie fact that the piece Is but two weeks old. it .Is really re markable that so polished a perform ance could be given. And the play Itself is as well rounded out as If It had had a whole season to be per fected. Junt at the start one Is a bit dis appointed by the rather trite sltua ) tiun on which tho curtain rises the i family of a rich American business man, who toil not neither do they I spin, yet they would have scorned the 'sample array of the lily of the field. But this feeling soon disappears. ' The family comprises tho father. ' portrayed by John Flood, Clinton and Julie DeWitt, his son-in-law and mar ! ried daughter (Reginald Mason and Roberta Arnold), Eva, the unmarried daughter, a ro'e taken by Ruth Shep ley. Aunt Abby IfAdelaide Prlnceh and Uncle Horace, played by Ferdi nand Gottschalk. Father is suffering from a severe first of the month fever, brought on by the flock of bills, and has Just announced that he's going to close up the house and take the family out to the old farm in Xew Jersey to economize. To frustrate him, they persuade Dr. Delamater (William B. Mack) to pretend that father is sick and prescribe a voyage to Brazil. Father "fallsbut later learns of the plot. So he decides to go to Brazil anyway, but installs his manager, Adam Smith (Ooto Kruger) as "acting father" in his absence. Smith is a young man who, to quote the words of the nlay. got his Ideas about fam ilies from the Elsie books, and father thinks he will be doing him a good turn by disillusioning him. Tfle second act finds father gone and, with him, Adam's ideals. The only person in the house who will have anything to do with ,hiro .-except to ask for money is Corinthla, the maid (Jean Shelby), and they'v overdrawn their month's allowance In ten days. To make Adam still nn happler. he's fallen In love with Eva. who apparently thinks that he re turns the- adoration of the maid, ar-d who is being violently wooed by Dr. "Delamater and Lord Andrew Gordon, an impecunious Scotchman (Courtc nay Foot). Adam is driven to desperation by unreasonable demand? for money made upon him by. his ready-made family. Dr. Delamater comes to him, and, charging that Lord Andrew is just a fortune-hunter, suggests that ho be driven away by being told that father's fortune has been wiped out by a flurry in the market. A great light strikes Adam and he tells the doctor that his employer actually has been ruined whereupon the doctor gracefully backs out as a suitor. In the meantime. Eva has -accepted Lord Andrew and he upsets all prece dent when told of the financial disas ter by saying he loves her for herself and Is ready to go to work for her. The rest of the family, in the pinch, comes up to the mark. (Incidentally, Adam has stolen alf their jewels, so they can't live on them.) The third act opens on the N'ew Jersey farm where the two sjsters have gone to raise chickens and bees. Clinton is out selling "classy clothes," Uncle Horace is selling life Insur ance, Aunt Abby has marrried. Lord Andrew is running a livery stable, and everybody is -happy except Adam, who admires Lord Andrew so much for his manhood that he couldn't think of offering his love to Eva, and Eva. who, while liking the peer, hasn't, as he expresses it, the "grand pash" for him. In the midst of this, father comes home and is much surprised to learn that he's "ruined." He accuses Adam of trickery, and Eva comes eo warmly to his support, that Lord Andrew sees the true state of affairs, and. as soon as Adam has explained. JOHN B. LARNER, Prudent ?V5r f HHHvjjpP3&t aj'ImB v. SHnBSsslaBBHiSHaKBBBaaBB ' SWKiMWilVaW'wlHHHHBH 1 lit if lmrl IIIBiii'iiW IP id i i mmtt MWKHWHIW1N ilmWMW ' ilifllilffiHH mmmmmmmmmmtmmHmmmBammmmi tgyj-y $yX7r,.,"..SZ:i ic Secretary of War Baker accepting the reels of "Made in America," tha patriotic motion picture production showing the work that the United States took in the war at all its stages, from W. W. Hod kinson, of the Hodkinson Corporation, producers of tle film. These reels are to be preserved in the archives of the War Department as a part of the official record of the war. This scene took place a few days ago, after the picture was presented at a private showing for Government officials at the Knickerbocker Theater. steps out very gracefully and game ly. And the curtain falls with Adam and Eva in a clinch that's minutes longer than any "movie" censor would permit. It's a happy ending to happy story. KEITH'S. a wide variety of clever and WUh entertaining songs, well s:ig Louise Dresser and Jack Gardner are the principal attraction at B. I Keitn's this week. Mr. Gardner's vivacity and his faithful, earnest, cnergtlc characterizations captivate Ills audi ence; and Miss Dreiser's grace and charm and dainty manner are equal ly as delfghtful. Mr. Gardner's best received songs were "OJd John Bar leycorn" and "That English Rag.' Among Miss Dresser'B leading songs were "Ten Little Neighbors" and "How Do Thej' Ever Fall For a Guy Like That?" Vying for first honors was Clara j Morton, of .the Four Mortons, who , appeared In a songalogue, and who indeed received as much applause as Miss Dresser and Mr. Gardner, if not more. A plump girl, of spherical proportions. Clara shows that she' has plenty of pep. She stamps about the stage, sings uproarious songs, and does a slight "shimmy." Her song triumph Is that little refrain. "How In the Devil Are You Goin' To Wet Your VhIstle When the Whole Darn ed World Goes Dry?" Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Barry present an act entitled "The Rube." Jimmy is one of those semi-citified Rubes who looks green, but who beneath his s'kin is really clever and who actually thinks himself a wild young devil. Mrs. Barry Is a large actress, whom Jimmy has admired. Just to win a bet from a fellow Rube. Jimmy makes love to Mrs. Barry and per suades her to kiss him. Rita Mario and her company of charming musical girls give a varied orchestral program, ranging from the operatic to the. jazz. Violin, flute, and xylophone solos are special fea tures. The Four Mortons father, mother, son. and daughter sing ani dance the songs and dances of the past and present: and in the finale, spherical little Clara, radiant and bubbling, joins the family. Harold Du Kane, with June Ed wards and Peggy Smith, give a fu turistic dancing spectacle, staged In an attractive setting. Harold ice skates over the stage, dances with the girls on his shoulders, and shows grave and skill In every movement. Ben Beyer and his girl friend pre sent some very marvelous and humor ous tricks on bicycles and pieces of bicycles. A fellow in the- first row last night was almost run down; Ben stopped the tire within an inch of his nose. Clifford Walker. London raconteur, gives some of the songs and storios with which he entertained Yanks in the front-line ttrenches. The regular News Pictorial ends an extremely entertaining and satis fying bill. O VYETV. Filled to the brim with tuneful mu sic and rapid-fire comedy. "Th'i Spenders," as interpreted by James E. Cooper's clever aggregation . of burlesquers. comes close to being nc of the best burlesque shows seen at the Gayety this Beason. The company is headed by Friiitv Hunter, who Is equally at home In an Italian character sis in black fare. His acrobatic dancing Is unique, while his chatter specialty with Vir ginia Ware Is one of the most laugh able features of the entertainment. Ljnn Canter has a pleasing voi-e. and her songs were repeatedly en- cored. Marsie AVintrr., Helen l"i Lece. Hen L.alu and Chnrltr.t Wesson arr other . members of the company who aid In making- the show a unc ross, while the chorus 13 comely and full or "pep" Mll. Davenport and her Parisian models in artistic poses Is ono of the features. CrUTKIUOV Capacly houses Hrci being attracted to the Criterion Theater to se An nette KellermBn in 1 her new and spectacular screen suclcesa. "Queen of the Sea " I Tbo picture Is an ajtislle trlumpn. Itarely have "movie fans" been kIvh an opportunity to seej !!urli a combi nation of 1'iilnlnc leautv. mani;! rent scenery tjn bind n-id aea. tin ill lng achievements, masterful act'in; and penulne love Interest. Miss Kellerman, who bns b ia Office Suggestions: J.oose leaf ledgers. Blank books Engagement Reminders. Carbon Paper Second Sheets. Buy, them where quality Is high and prices low, at BAUM Paper and Stationery Co. I GAS 7(fl t fppolte Ooldenbtrtf'a " 3STr,rT2r-"'-r," .:.r-"r:''issg 'r.vj &8mm i rightly described as) the mpdom Venus, has never appeared to belter advantage; not even fn "The Dauph ter of the Gods," the sensational film classic in which she appeared beforo this one. In addition to the great scenic beauty of the piece there is a plot which holds from start to finish, aim Miss Kellerman's supporting com pany is of the same excellent stand ard as the entire production. "Queen of the Sea" will continue! to ho the attraction at the Crlterlo-j for the rest of the week. News Notes of Speaking and Silent Stage A Washington girl is responsible for some vf the most clever acting In "She Walked in Her Sleep." which Is showing at the Garrlck this week. She Is Hclcnc Lackayc, sister of Wil ton. It seems rather unfortunate that a woman has to com eto her own home in an unsympathetic part she really ought to bo cast in an ingenue role. But then. Miss Lackaye isn't exactly fitted for that sort of stuff and she docs some remarkably effective w:ork as th nagging wife of the principal comedian. She's so true to life, in fact, that there's not a huhband in the audience who doesn't squirm when she starts on tho "Where hae you been?" tack. The juvenile characters that Briggs. the cartoonist, has made famous are to be brought to life on the screen In one-reel comedies, according to an announcement from the Briggs Pic tures, Inc. a new producing com pany, of which the artist' himself is the head. The pictures will not be animated cartoons, but comedies, principally with youthful actors staged to reproduce the individuals and environment upon which Briggs draws for his pen and ink sketches, cspeelally those printed In The Times and other papers under the headings, "When a Feller Needs a Friend," "The Days of Real Sport." and "Mar ried Lite." Flo Ziegfeld's choru.s of the ".Mid night Frolic" in New York, went into moving pictures in a body recently to provide atmosphere for "The Belle of New York," in which Marion Davles has the leading role. The standard of theatrical posters Is certainly improving. Iast week the Metropolitan Museum of Art In Xew York conferred an unusual honor by asking for a poster which was an advertisement of a play on Broadway, which poster was to be displayed in the library of the mu seum as a fine example of commer cial art The poster in question was one of Fay BaintPr in "East Is West." now showing at the Astor TUcater. New York. , Miss Gtlda Varesi has been a nta;;e mother five times. N'ot n "property mother." but a mother with an im portant part. Vide her work In "A L.ittlc Journey" at the Vanderbllt. Ten years hro her maternal stage anxieties started, she said, when a lad of nine was assigned to her care. Iast year, paid Miss Varesi, she saw "her" boy grown up and on his way j to an active part on Inlanders' fields, i The next mother nart Miss Varesi played was In "Baby Mine." Fol lowed "I.lttln rtnly." "War Brides." and ".lul la Fraiim." In tho latte OiUin Varesi plaved mother to Mrs Fiske "Sav. there was a child for you," sjs fJildn. N'azimnva will start "The Ftrat.' lior nncond production to bo mad at tbo new Xazlmovn Httidloi in Holly wood on Thnrnla She Is to Inter pret the titular role In Juno Matliit MTi'i'ii verlon of tho pinv wrltton hv Mnudc Fulton and used by Misn Ful ton at a Mtcllar vehicle on tlif sicnk inR Ktape. Th loner expected dramatization nf Pavid Orahain IMiiltip's poHthumntji ntor. "The Itise anil Fall of Susan l-eunov.." Im now reporld to be defi nitely on llio way Yclept "Puun Lennox." it la In rehearaal under the auspice." of tlie Shuherta. fleorpe V. Hobart Is the pla wrlfjht In the cae. Comes the following notice, from a press agent (we, not he, deleted the name i : "Tho Verv Versatile Ladv ban I o j babies. The elder waa deeply Inter ested when the younjrer arrived. The loctor broke tho news to her. 'Don't vou want to see the little sister the i stork brought you?' he asked. 'No.' was the prompt response, I want ' see the atork.' " Precocious chlM She must hnve come all the way to Washington las' to visit Keith's and get A special musical score for "Vir tuous Men," the first Ralph Ince film attraction, is now in preparation. A special musical number will be pub lished, to be used by orchestras as the dominant musical theme. The dominant motif will probably be "They wouldn't believe me." , C. E. Shurtlcff has just closed with Mrs. Oharmain K. London, widow of Jack London, for tho exclusive right to all of the famous author's boo.es for the next five'years. Mr. Shurtleff's plans contemplate a minimum of four pictures a year. It would seem that some of the first of the Shurtleff-Lon-don productions will be "The Call of the North." "Smoke Bellows," and "Odyssey of the North. A new company has just been ir ganlzcd during the last week at Hart ford, Conn., to manufacture a motion picture screen which Is said to make it possible to project colored pictures from a black and white negative. The formula for the treatment of the screen fnbric Is such that five pris matic tints arc revealed to the audi ence. The new corporation calls itself the Eureka Screen Company. "The "Unpardonable Sin" opened at the Strand Theater in Detroit this week to record-breaking crowds. The picture adapted from the novel by Rupert Hughes, has as Its star Blanche Sweet. This was Its premiere t in this country. It was announced today that Ethel Barrymore set a new record when she was at the National last week In "The Off Chance." for money taken In by any dramatic attraction for the same number of performances at the same prices, beating the high mark set just a couple of weeks before by Cyr Maude at the same theater. I In announcing the (canaries only) which "Bird Show" is being held "Proved Safe by Millions.1 "Barer Cross" on genuine Tablets. Buy only "Bayer" Packages For Colds Rheumatism Headache Neuralgia Grippe Lumbago Influenza Pain Adults can take one or two Raver Tablets of Aspirin" with water. If necessary, take three times a fay, after meals. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin. 20-ccnt package Larger sizes. Aspirin is the trad- narl. of Btyrr Manufac ture of Mono3ccttuci(!:stcr of Sahcykucil A Ra! 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If vou want good looking lnlr and nlent of it by all means use Parisian sage a llttlo aitentlon now liibures beau tiful hair for years to come week, Just that line. feAYErUj on 'the stage of the Globe Theater, New York, today, the commlttco In charge of the show neglected to say, that live birds only are to be entered. The oversight has resulted In an as sortment of stuffed birds being sent to the Globe, ajso paintings of cana ries and one humorist has sent a cat. with a tag attached reading, "This cat swallowed the canary." Frltzl Scheff's first musical comedy engagement In New York In four years took place last night when she opened at the Standard Theater as the star, of "Glorlanna," John Cort's musical comedy which has come to that playhouse for a single week, and so for Miss Scheff as well as for "Glorlanna" there Is to be a home coming. Miss Scheff's last appearance in .musical comedy was when In "Pretty Mrs. Smith" she played the season or 1914-15. Prior to that she played In "Tlfc Duchess" followed during the season of 1913-14 by a revival of "Mile. Modiste," a revival which was a great success. v After completing her engagement In "Pretty Mrs. Smith." Miss Scheff shook the dust of musical comedy from her feet and since then has been seen only in vaudeville. Lieut. Pat O'Brien, who will be heard in Keith vaudeville next week, Is the daring British aviator who ran. walked, crawled, dug- and swam hisway 250 miles In the night time while escaping irom nis ucrman priton camp. He gives a snappy, anecdotal monologue. PLEA FOR BOYS' BOOKS IS SENT OUT BY Y. M. C. A. If you have any books suitable for boys, send thehi to the Y. M. C. A. or telephone where they can be obtained and a messenger will besont for them. This is the plea sent out today by the boys department of the Y. -M. C. A., which Is In need for books suit able for juvenile reading". Secretary Fuller, in charge of the boys depart ment, has given out a statement show ing that although the library contains several hundred books, the boys have made such good use'of them that thy are beginning to show signs of going to pieces. AMUSEMENTS RIALTO Dth St. AtG Franklin 3730 Continuous 10:30 A.9I. to 11 P.3Z. 15c 25c 35c INCLUDES AVAR TAX ENTIRE WEEK THE WHITE HEATHER Comedy Current Events Topics Symphonic Feature Fantasia "Faust" NEXT WEEK Anita Stewart In "A Midnight' Romance." 10-to 0 15c STRAND War Tax Included TODAY AND WED, SESSUE HAYAKAWA "A HEART IM PAWS" 10 A. M. 10c GARDEN LAST DAY BESSIE BARRISSALE IN "A TRICK OF FATE" B.F.KEITHS"; DAIlYilJ? SDNJUI HOL'YSEStf?' Ptars From Broadway. LOUISE DRESSER JACK GARDNER Co., In "The Union." by Jack Lalt THE FOUR MORTONS, 3IR. AXD MRS. J1MMIE BARRY. CLARA MOB TON, &C. ARCADE 14th and Park Road DANCING Largest floor aouth of Now Tort Bupcrb Music Strict Censor. Popular Prices. Tonight, 8:30 Rcnntiful rrinte Ballroom For Rent. Twice Dnlly 3 to 5:30 8 to 10:30 S-K-A-T-l-N-G In America's Largest and Finest Itlnk Polite Instructor. ItcOned. Central Coliseum0-;nvr- 5& LYCEUM I'm 11. ve. tit ttth St. Pain cc of Burlc.an.ue CHAS. M. BAKER'S "The High Flyers." EVEHBODV PLEASBU D-A-N-C-j-N-G AlEhtlr St-in r. j In Amarlo'a Most Beautiful Mldctty Osr- mwum. to o.uuu rivmiH an; Jirdln MU1I. Perm Gardens, rrs"S " aAYETY 9th Melon K All Week "The Best Show In Town" WITH FRANK. HUNTER Nxt Week "Golden Crooks." with Billy Arlington MUSICAL RECITAL Xaoinl Ivrlrher Herring, Dramatic Soprano I'eter 'WarshaTr Tenor Irof. Lesley Martin Accompanist Ballroom New Willard Hotel March 4th, 1919. 8:15 P. fll. Tickets on sale Nevts Stand, A"ew Willard. Sents, 92.00. Now Playing The Modern Venus ANNETTE KELLERMANN IN QUEEN OF THE SEA Wm. Fos Million-Dollar Production A Kiot of Beauty and Thrill More Than 3,000 Peopled the Cast -rnnAvs rfct CRANDALi; THEATERS Crandairs Continuons. 11 a. m. to 11 p. m. Prices, which lnelods war tax. Hat.. ISc 4 SOc: Eves.. 0c A S0&. TODAY TED. TOURS. "The Lion and the Moise" with Alice Jeyce KNICKERBOCKER tieatei1 Mm ItikSL .it Ca!&?a load Crandali's ttlbStatCeliaKaloai TODAY "Don't Change Your CRANDALL'S TODAY W.ED. "THE ROMANCE OF HAPPY VALLEY" I Cmrfair hWS JKMD deafer TODAY FRED STONE "Under the Top" Qoms TOXIGHT at 8i20 (y- unuouw Jim nun. . eutnni .- . m r. a W J-U1IWIMV A. H. Woods Offer One oi the Season's Big Successes Next "Week Seats Now Elliott. Conwtoek and Geat Present Experience 1 he Most AVondrrful J'lay in America. Bargain Slat. Thurs. Best scai, .u. POLl'S TVflSay MARCH 11th PHILIP GIBBS "The Finest Correspondent the War Has Produced" G K. CHESTERTON Will Speak On THE SOUL OF THE WAR Tickets. 2 00. 1 50. JI 00. 75c on sate by T Arthur Smith. 1306 G St. and Box Office of Poll's Theater SHUBERT-BELASCO Tonlgbt. S0 "Hat- 2:20 Direction of the "Heisr. Shubert F. HAY COMM'Ol iv rrrstiiH A Xewr Comedy "ADAM and EVA" By Car Bolton and George MWdletm Authors of "Polly vrlth a Past -With a Superb Cnst. v5 A Burgomaster of Belgium SHUBERT-GARRICK rthst-at Direction of Meori. Shnbert. TONIGHT AT :20 TOr. ft MAT. TIIt-BDAI. GKORGK BKOAnilCBST rresrnts the Ijiuphlns Hit "SHE WALKED IN HER SLEEP" By "Mark Swnn. .,.., (o-uthor "rarlor, Bedroom and Bath With the Kntlre Orljtlnal Company. l'rlres: Kve., SOc to &.. Week Com. Hext Sunday-Seats Now Whlrly Clrly Musical fchow THE GIRL IN STATEROOM B Adapted 1'rom the Farce, "Billy's Tombstone." by Wm. K. Well. Musical umbers bj AI Dyson. WITH MAK.IOKIK DLNBAR. CUBA TIIOK1T. AONES MARTIN AND BROADWAY BE.UTY GIRLS. SIR JOHN GALSWORTHY Kngland's Eminent Novelist and Play right, will upeak on "BRITON AN1 AMERICAN" SUNDAY AttSSoon Shubert-Garrick Theater Tickets. $2 00. $1 50. J! "0 Smith. 1305 G St T Arthur I in 11 Bsm2ij rTZ 1 , U , i , I iViViVilXlllA aLA'xoo0oxJiCooluoUh1 P2S; jtrrmACTlOKS TROPOLITAN FSLaC UikSt WED. Husband" with SSS CrafeJTs gAVOV Tlmttr mtifj vi s TODAY CONSTANCE TALMADGEi m "Romance of Arabella" TODAY KITTY GORDON m "Mandarin's Gold" nilUrink lYed.MaU.Sas. Klaw Xrlaajnr's Ffuffaat Mnslrnl Comedy TheRAiNBOWGIRL BEGDflON'G BAYMO?TD HITCHCOCK SbAUAi m luiuai auo 1918. MME. FRIEDA HEMPEL FRIDAY, MARCH 144:30 Tickets. $2.00. 51.50. S1.0O. T. Arthur Smith. 1306 O St. TODAY 4:31 PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA Leopold Stokovrslil, Condaetsr Soloist Olga SunaroII flaalat 4fe LOEWS WOLUM Bl A I wz mi j TCES WED., m WAIUCE BEID In His Latest Paramount Picture "ALIAS MIKE MORAS" W EXTHAX f Special Review of 1 "HeroecoBiHg" Parana j Tbe D Tt XM1.- mr-.a. Beautiful Flajrhooscu LOEWS b ALACfe F St. at 13th Continuous 10:30 turn, to 11 p.m. TODAY WED. BILLIE BURKE "GOOD filACIOOS, AHMABEUE" "Safety-First Ambrose" Home-Coming Parade Vletra THURS PHI, SAT., LILALEE Amateur Night Tonight FftllV P-Ae. At 0 fci 9th St. X. W. B-U-R-L-E-S-Q-U-E Tomorrow Night, WRES Jcc Turner vs. Pinky Gsgdner 0 AHVAXCE IX PWCB! N 3 In "PUPPY LOVE J "I iiMli