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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY. AUGUST 17. 1919.
15 y Campbell Sisters Delight Marines At Quantico The Misses Honey and Georgia Campbell, two talented Washington ocl.ty girls, who hve attired on the Kitn cli-cit tor ? e"a ia aa Interesting musical n"ber -jWr titled "The Mjses Campbell In So .. . ...Ptiniat last Tnurs day sight at Quantico r than inent of the Marines atatloqed- there Tey.trere etrtu at oiQO. " lier 4 the -evenlag y the officers of t&e, post and "number of army asd uvtl efflcers with their wires and , Xew of the residential aet in aociety Went dowa from Washington for the evening. , Miss Honey Campbell inaluded in her program the sons that has made her so -papular. -Kobody Knows Where the Old Man Gea" and a new one which, she will sing on the cir cuit this season. Tve Got My Captain Working for M New." The marines were -very eathaaaatic about that se lection, rfias 'Georgia Campbell also sang a, aong which she will include en herfprograra this winter for the Ant time, called, "I Love to Sing & Good Old Irish Song." Tle Misses Campbell have been speadlag -their -racatlon with their Wtrenu, Mr. aad Mrs. W. H. H. Miller ft their 3mbh m. Mt. feasant street, but ret t New THrk last, Friday to eesV aVet e ays. While there they lijU KttMd xh dtlereat vaude ville aiaaw, -will ct their gowns for this -see -at Lxcfle's and will leok, 6ver & be w mysic on the z&afkt tec taa't atew material. They wlH sMit SeatMBtoetlS at Keith's Sraater 4a Bastes. Hes and These On the. iJtage ?: .4nd Screen Prank Craren Is to appear in the .Lesion. prodactloB of Too Many Cfcooka," May Vokes has been engaged by Jeka Cort to slay the leading femi arae coaedy role ia "Three's A Crewf Stfael Barryraore will be presented fa, Jfew York early next season by Charles Frohraaa, lac, la a new play b 2oe Akiaa. Rachel Crothers. author of the eetaedies. "39 East" aad "A Little Jaaraey," has purchased a large farm aear Ridgefield, Conn. fforanjer,' a character comedy by Edward Goodman, will be produced by Selwyn &. Co. this fall, with Mary Shaw la the title role. . . Jessie Bonstelle and an American company will sail about September 1. aad oa September 35 "Little Women" will be presented in Liverpool, with London to follow. Mr. Fiske O'Hara has re-engaged Mr. Samuel Taylor, of this city, for the coming season. Mr. Taylor will eerre in- the capacity of business sec retary to the company, a position which he filled prior to entering the military service. Lieut. O. L. Locklear one of the army aviators, who won fame in Eu rope, is to star in a five reel produc tion at Universal City. "The Winged Trail." is to be the title and the story Is about air bandits. John W. Noble- has been added to Vitagraph's staff of directors at its Eastern studio in Brooklyn. Mr. No ble, who is a graduate of West Point, has had a vast and varied experience, both as an actor and as a director. "The Little Whopper." a musical comedy by Otto Harbach. Rudolph Friml and Bide Dudley, will soon go Into rehearsal. The cast will include Vlvlenne Segal, Sydney Grant. Lynn Overman, W. J. Ferguson, David Tor reace, Lotta L.inthicum. the Wilton sisters, Nellie Graham Dent and Maude Hani on. STRAND REM0DELIK3 NOW IN FULL PROGRESS The remodeling of Moore's Strand Theater is now in full progress. Many radical improvements will be made from plans by John J Zinke, the archi tect empl6yed in tthe building of his Hlalto Theater. One of the outstanding changes at the Strand will consist of a widening of the Ninth street entrance. It will also be heightened so as to take in all the space up to and above the second story. i'The installation of a new lighting system will be another feature. This system will be also extended to the outside lighting of the entrance, ca pable of blazing the entire fr&nt with great brilliancy, yet entirely obllter atinsrthc usual penetrating glare, Alterations will also be made to the Inerlor Jhe 4tame being thoroughly renoyated and refitted with costly draperies and other furnishings. When- the Strand opens in its new dress'1 there will be a largely In creased orchestra. The form of en tertainment which will maintain for the coming season will be made pub lic within the next few days. Garrick Extends Stock Season To Oct. 1 Harry T. Morey and his supporting company have returned from the White mountains of New Hampshire, where they had been making outdoor scenes of his next Vitagrraph feature, "Out of theDark." The major por tion of the action takes place in . lumber camp. Paul Scardon is- di recting It. Owing to the unusual success that has attended the season of the Garrick Players, the Shubert Theatrical Company-last week extended the lease of the Garrick Company for four more weeks, making the season end October 1 InBtcad of September 1. Never in the history of Washington has a stock company so thoroughly intrenched itself in public favor as the Garrick oiganlzatlon. Capacity fbusiness has been the rule, and in the coming week "Everyworaan," starring Julia Dean, who has come to Wash ington for this one production, is ex pected to break all attendance rec ords. The management of the stock .com pany announces that the plays under consideration for the final weeks in clude "Pollyanna." "Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch." "The Unklssed Bride." "Cappy Ricks" and "The Cin derella Man." Ruth Clifford has been engaged as leading woman for Earle Williams and will play opposite him in his next nintnrp "The Black Gatte." It is be ing made at Vitagraph's Hollywood i studio. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS . "THE NATION'S MOST BEAUTIFUL PLAYnODSE." ? . PA'LA vE theater TODAY TOMORROW &L A -TUESDAY-' I J 1 1 WED. ; & L jpfe fel MEt aaaal aaaai V fcaaaaaaaW B 4f BBBBBBBaV aaBBT BBBB1 BBBbI jBW BbV I I v "A Society Exile" OVERTURE "MARCH OF THE TOYS.n Mary MacLaren is next to be star red in the romance of a little Scotch maid, which is to be produced by Tod Browning from. Henry C. Rowland's well known novelette, "Auld Jere miah." Waldemar Young is writing the scenario. Dave Butler will be Miss MacLaren's leading man. AMUSEMENTS GLEN ECHO FI1EE ADMISSION HIISEMEUT MM OmaUNG A DIVERSIFIED LIST OK tS PLEAHCRE-GIVINO DEVICEfl GUARANTEED TO ri,EA8K EVEN THB MOST FASTIDIOUS ALL COX- TRIBUTrSO TO THE MIDSUMMER JOM OF LIFE TODAY FOUR FREE IAKD CONCERTS 4:60 TO 11:00 P. M. IMCIKfi WEEK MIfiHTS OHLY GAYETY 9th St. Below F TWICE TODAY AMD ALL WEEK A ahoir Xav the ladle Every day Ladle' Day JOE HURTIG'S NEW SOCIAL MAIDS WITH BEAUTIFUL FLORENCE BENNETT AND . BLUCH LANDOLF DIRECT FROM THE EW YORK HIPPODROME, WHERE HE 3IADE MILLIONS L, At fill AX ALL-STAR CAST OF EXTERTAIXERS 1IEXME SMALL, GRACE FLETCHER, PAUL CUNNINGHAM. JLSTIMi (.KE1 , FRANK DUD AVILLIA3ISO:t MIRTH, MAIDS AND MELODIES NEXT WEEK: "GIRLS DF LOOKS i iRF IHrOA BDAILY;; c lx&a SUNDAY :; n:oo j 13 , Holidays 200. 5 .-00 a. S:15 DDIPCC 25c a up EXl BEKAXT Emma Cards Beaek Open 7 turn, to 7tS pj. Swimming SbUm for Mm Rcntrd, 25c For Women, 35c 1WI BASIN BITHIKQ BEACH Reir Boat Rented BOATING riJit-J bh m -j m 6th BIG WEEK W.VIReiftIA THEATER, Sth t., brt. F & C. MEN OXLT. 18 A. 51. to i P. M, 7 P. M. loll P. SI. WOMEN OXLY. 4 to 7 P. JL ADMISSION 23t. ECCKNTRU RUBEVILLE With HARRY B. WATSON, REG. B. MERVILLE & CO. IX NEW FROLICS .1. WALTER LEOPOLD At the Piano. EXTR ADDED ATTRACTION The Lightner Girls and Mewton Alexander reatnrlns WINNIE I.IOHTNEKJn "A Jolly Trio" A PAni ALWAYS PLEASING Olsen& Johnson "LIKABLE LADS I.ODED WITH LLC.1IS" Herbert Clifton World Fames Satlrltt of the Weaker Sex. TBAVERS. DOVGLAS & CO. Preaentlae "JIORNINO f,LOKY' I HARRY & GRACE ICLLSWORTH I "A Smart Smatterinir" Orlle Stamm, Thr Klnocrams, Pmmerade Lounge. Houvonir Hanl Kans Irol und Waahcl Air. Exhaust and Electric Faga. &.r Mor than "The Comforts of Home " TD NORWORTH marmein sisters 3 jl 8:15 wrcwwrin & DAVID kchoolek AND ALL LAST WEEK'S JOLLY DILL IVBHHBHHBHBH tfl. Annual Grand TOUDNANfENT and Dress Ball At Marshall Hall Wednesday, August 20, 1919 The Krcatext day of the rho!e ix-omoii! ' Special tournnutent of knlchtu from the urruunuiiiK counirj a ! lire ern(. All nntuKementa In full atrlnjc the etitlre da J. FREK DANCIAti. Drnutlful rid. oa the hUtorle Pofomuc. A day that jou'U rementiier. Steamer Charles Macalester I J 7 Wil--Li- . . .?: V " ROUND TRIP INCLUDING WAR TAX 50c leatca Sernth Street Wharf at 10 A. SI., 2t.10 and 0:30 P. SI. returning: m!II leave Sfarxhall If nil at 12:30, -l:3w, 7:45 anil II P. M. Stops made at Alexandria, Va. ' AMUSEMENTS I AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS ONLY SHOW IN TOWN TONIGHT ' LAST TI5IK, 810 THR FAnCE HIT OF TIIK SEASON I'LL SAY SHE DOES Ily Avery llopirood If You Want Laugha See Thla Play E VERY WO MA N m s m m m SHUBERT- GARRICK THEATER, 7th Street at F. Tomorrow Night AND All Week Nighu. 25c to $1.50. Matinees, Thurs. and Sat, 25c to $1.00. THE GARRICK PLAYERS PRESENT EVERYWOMAN WITH J U LIA DEAN The Broadway Star of "Bought and. Paid For." "The Lily.' "The Law of the Land;" and Re. Years a Washington Favorite, IN THE TITLE ROLE 11 a m Lo. A Darinjr Morality Play, Barirtjf Humanity's Disguises Pointing Great Truths An Impressive Message, Teach ing the' Le-sson of the Ages -rlts Theme Is WOMAN'S QUEST FOR LOVE The Most Notable Spectacle - -of the Stage Drimi-Operi-Mucal Comedy-Spectacle An unequaled, unabridged, unchanged musical spec tacle that should be witnessed by every man, woman and child in Washington. ARXB FOXft AS KIKO LOVE. RtLKFJ.V WILSON AR YOUTH. UOXALD SIAC TJOWALD AS FI.ATTnrtY. DORIS SHREIU.f AS BEAUTY", AVI Mil AM PIll CLE AS JJOnODY arid the rent of the Garrtekeri, larladintc as atifffnentert eMt and aynpaoay orchestra. m NJ NOTE Feraona holding aenta for MKeylT01an', for to night cbb have, them exchanged at the hox office for any night by preaenttner them today or tonight. rteaervatloflB for Sornlny night have been aet ahead until tomdrrovr night. EVERYWOMAN IHI MCIAMCLL3 F IT. AT TENTH U ' etropolitaN -r C9-TO0AY 3I0N. TUES. 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A FIRST NATIONAL ATTkAGT!QN-FRANCH!SE OWNED BY TOM MOORE SPECIAL MUSICAL SCORE BY .RIALTO'S FAMOUS ORCHESTRA OF SOLOISTS DANIEL BREESKIN, CONDUCTOR SELECTED SUBSIDIARY FEATURES OVERTURE THE ONLYiGIRL JOS.MEDILL PATTERSON WONDERFUL PHOTOPLAY MATURING KATHRYfTADAMS- FRANK MAYO-J.BARNEY SHERRY A 9 JJL KF AM "Lime cromer of1heRiCtl" Special Orchestration TONIGHT At S:30 SHUBERT-BELASCO "THE BIRTH OF A RACE" Positively Last Week ! MOST BEAUTIFUL OF ALL PICTURES AND BIGGEST IN THE UNIVERSE AT THESE REDUCED POPULAR PRICES Family Circle 25c Mezzanine and Balcony. .50c Orchestra 75c 1 few nt 51.00 2 HOURS HF TOMEDY. LOVE ROMANCE THRILLS Mats. Wed.-Sat. 25c and 50c Kext MONDAY Seats Tomorrow JOHN D. WILLIAMS Preen'v A XEW AMERICAN IM.AY "UP FROM NOWHERE" By BOOTH TARKINGTON and HARRY LEON WILSON with Norman Trevor NATIONAL "sassr . Only Theater inWsshiflglsn cf bring exclcsuely Aaericu aid foraip Stars of Jirri laak OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS HIS LATEST AND GREATEST LAUGHING SUCCESS CIVILIAN CLOTHES A XEW COMEDY BY THOMPSON BUCHANAN WITH OLIVE TELL, THURSTON HALL, AND A TYPICAL MOROSCO CAST DO. CLOTHES MAKE THEMAN? UID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU That if tar old naylnic "t'lotbra make the Baa" ta true, there's a flock of tailor should be tried aad eatenced for vrrecklas tno yount; IHesf WHAT IS YOUR OPINION?, UEU1NMA( SI.M1AY. WED. MATS. SAT. CECIL LEAN IX A NEW MUSICAL PLAY "LOOK WHO'S HERE" WITH CLEO MAYFIELD SEATS THURS. Are You Keeping Up With The Times? n ! L