THE mSfflNGTO?T TTMES: THTIRSPAY; OCTOBER 2, 191?.
A Midweek Glimpse of What the Theaters of the
Week anci Next
t The xywtaeultr ncc production,
t The Market of Seals," which is fur-
ntsaiaa- Derethv DaHan with ee ot
; the finest rtrtes of her photoplay -
rear, will continue at Loew's Palace
Theater throaa-h the remainder of
this week. The story is backgroaad
4 against the a;ayoty and brilliance
of Manhattan's night lite. One scene
shew the Interior of a cabaret at a
tour New Tork revel.
The Palace . Synaaaeay Oreheetra
eontrihatea Tohanl's "Kehoes of the
Xetrotnolitan" aa the lasetaatin
Wallace BtU wHl he the featured
f player at Loew's Palace, for the full
weeK, beginning next aunoay, m - xne
Letterr Van," a spectacular and cora-neBtna-
visualisation of Ittaa John-
sen YetmVi story of a young news
paper bum who, in debt to his em
ployer and under obligation to book
circulation of his employer's
offers himself as a atatri-
ial prise in a big lottery.
Hew an elderly aunt wins the prise,
only to . he unmasked . as having
stolen it from the negro, cook, and
hew the matrimonial prise wrested
away the winning ticket., from the
Jovial colored servitor In order to
marry a girl he loves makes one of
the Jtoestr meet compelling bits of
romantic comedy the screen has
ever given to Its patrons.
A pet kitten afflicted with Its. in
structions on toughening the shimmy
' dance., a method for establishing
amicable relations between Ireland
and Jerusalem, how to catch. crooks
.. with a mlMc bottle, how to shock a
.-. butler with a powder puff these are
a. few of the comical situations m
i "The Hoodlum," Mary Pickford's sec-
. ond production to be presented by the
First National Sahlbiters' Circuit at
Moore's Rialte Theater for the entire
1 Miss Pickford has one of the great-
' est character roles ever given to any
iter in w Men -she toketr said rote and
develops it into the supreme char
acter accomplishment of her entire ca
reer, is well worth anyone's money.
The capacity audiences at the RtaJte
this week have been- moved to tears
on many occasions during the 'presen
tation, but they are tears of joy and
laughter, not sadness.
An exoapttonnl musical seere in
conjunction with overture and a vie-
l lin solo.hy Mr. Breeskin, together
with short reels, complete the bill.
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Fair in "The Lost Princess" and
Charlie Chaplin in "Suanyside." On
Thursday and Friday, Douglas Fair
banks will occupy 4he screen la "Mte
Majesty; the American." On Satur
day only Jack Pickford will be the
pictured star in "Bill. Apperson's
Sach daily Mil will(. ef course, be
completed, by a variety of subsidiary
In "Back To God's- Country" the
:1m adaption of James Oliver Cur
eod's famous animal stories pub-
fllshed under the title of "Wapl. the
Walrus" the screen is given one of
the-nost unioue, - unusual and inter-
tmtinr nkotodramaa iiver denicted. and
Moore's Qardb Theater is most for
tunate in obtaining this First Na
tional Bxhioitor's superspecial for
presentation in this city throughout
The star KeU.Shipman, famous on
the screen as an actress and in the
athletic world as an expert swim
mer, is supported by a dosen or more
animal stars in a manner the like
of which has never before been seen.
The story is principally based on the
devotion of a dog to those who treat
it kindly and its hatred of those -who
attempt to master It through cruelty.
The Garden orchestra under the
direction of etetede V. Burrows
has supplied a musical accompaniment
.which Ats the. picture perfectly.
Added attractions v selected for their
high entertainment value complete
During the three remaining days
comes, te-the sereen as the star player
in "The. Other Half."
"The. OtherHair .reveals the tale
of circumstances that caused two'
aristocrats, in power to realize the
wants and 'Heeds of their friends of
the common people "the other half."
The production will be brilliantly
supplemented by added screen and
Oeorge'Loane Tucker's Paramount
Antcraft production, The Mlraele
Man," openVd Its" fth week of, con
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T"" 'ir ""1JT1"1."" 1 Moore's
feature of its photoplay program, rTJ :i..TVTrJ71TL " -i'
-The World and Xts Woman." thel TZrK.TJlT.J.T.t.J: t.
tii - .j - 1.. L,. v.. -k a for attendance or number ef
Tellegen and a star cast,. has "been
thrilling capacity audiences si nee its
first presentation last Sunday. -
Beginning Sunday and continuing
throughout next week, the Metro
politan will offer a new sort of
drama with the west for a back-
ground. Tom Mix is the star of
"Rough Hiding Romance" and the
i young actor who introduces to the
' screen, through the medium of this
: his latest and greatest release, a
series of hazardous "stunts" -that
, have never even .been approximated
' before the camera,
f Bach bill is. of course, supplement
v ed by a feriety of abbreviated pic
t turo .subjects and special orchestral
A double feature of unusual iater-
; est will be presented today and to-
i morrow at Crandall's Knickerbocker
Theater. The offering of chief im-
t portanee will be "The Merry-Go-
: Round," a comedy-drama of nomads'
life about the smalt circus lots, with
" Peggy Hyland pictured in the role
r stellar magnitude. The secondary
feature of the bill wfH be one of the
', most delightfully uhhunlng comedies
in which Mr. and Mrs. Carter De
t Haven ever have been timed, "Honey-
I On Saturday the Knickerbocker will
J present Bryant . Washburn in his
latest comedy-drama, "Love Iasur-
ance." in which a young man n-
counters serious difficulties in his
jjr love affairs.
J For next Sunday and Monday, the
' Knickerbocker announces as Its major
Aftering "Rough Riding Romance.''
the firfct superproductlen in which
r Tom Mix ever has been Hlmed. On
next Tuesday and Wednesday another
doable feature bill will be provided.
f consisting of Albert Ray and Elinor
days showing been made in this city.
Tot, with It all. It Is still a case' of
cone early if one expects to avoid
crowding. . .
It is the photodrama of the year.
For the coming week the Strand
announces the most recent produc
tion of that nofed director. Maurice
Tournour, "The Life Line?? - a Paramount-Artcraft
special adapted from
George R. Sime' famous melodrama
of the sea, "The Romany Rye," hrst
produced m London as a-stage' play
more than twenty years ago. but. like
many ef Mr. Sims' works, still fresh
In the memory of theatergoers. ,
June Caprice arad Craighton Hale,
that brilliant romantic comedy due,
will be the featured stars of the pro
gram at Loew's Columbia Theater for
the last three days of this week, be
ginning today, in "The Love Cheat."
Hale takes the part of an artist with
out funds who is given the wrong
overcoat at a "hotel, nnde in the pock
ets an invitation to a swell affair,
strolls in, meets a wonderful girl and
goes mad over her. To make matters
more complicated, a friend who would
promote anything, agrees to win the
Sjrl for him for the sum jf $15,000.
For the flrst four dava of nTt ijL-oaV-
eginnlng Sunday. Zasu Pitts the
girl who was named after two aunts,
At Crandall's Theater today will be
shown for the last Aime "The Perfect
Lover," the perfect romance! r which
the stellar role is' taken upon -the
screen by Eugene O'Brien. Mr. O'Brien
is supported In his first individual
starring vehicle by Marguerite Cour
tot, Mary Bolapd, Martha Mansfield,
and Lucille Lee Stewart
On Friday and Saturday Crandall's
will offer '.'Checkers." the William
Fox picturizaUon of Henry Blos
som's famous racing drama of the
same name in which are embodied a
Lgreater number of thrilling" scenes
than have ever before been brought
to the screen in a single picture.
The first three days of next week,
Sunday through Tuesday, at .Cran.
dall's will be featured by first down
town showings of' "The Splendid Sin."
a colorful domestic drama in whim
the stellar role Is taken with tremen
dously dramatic effect by Madlalne
Traverse. Beginning Wednesday and
continuing through Friday. George
Walsh wijl he the pictured star In
"The Winging Stroke," a drama of
eollege -life. -Bessie Barriscale in
"Her Purchase Price" is announced as
star of the hill on Saturday only.
Bach daily bill will be completed
by varied supplementary offerings
both pictorial and musical.
8TKAM3BR CHARLES MACALESTBR.
A change affecting the time oT de
parture fen?Mt. Vernon is announced
by the ..management of the steamer
Charles Maealester. effective at once.
The boat, bow leaves at 10 a. m. and
1:4 p. nf. dgjly excepting Sunday.
cabaret life&f New Tork has already
made itself distinctly manifest, but
the Teal assault that, the new ltquer;
fees regime has'inade on Manhattan's
cafe revelry will not be truly appar
eat until New York attempts to cele
brate the advent of the year .l2e.. ;
'Harry Leon Wilson, the famous
novelist, has expressed - a desire to
walk- into a cabaret in Manhattan at
11 p. m.', DecembenSl. 1919.' He -wants
to walk Jn asrfd.gr In at the formerly-
czar-like headwaiter.- He w.ants to
sit down and order a glass of mllh.
and a plate of crackers and watch
the waiters what few of them are
left weep behind their aprons for
tbo-days that are dead. and gene.
If yeu have seen Manhattan at Its
pre-prohibltfbn 'revels "on New Year
Eve, and you evant to renew the pic
ture In your mind, you don't want
to miss the ballroom scene ths,t is
one of the highlights of "The -Market,
of Seule," the film which brings
Dorothy Dal ton to the . screen of
Loew's Palace Theater, all this week.
Here, on the celluloid, one .can
catch a glimpse of the richly-gowned
woman, immaculately-clad men,
quarter-clad chorus girls, and white
wingcdiV flying pigeons all in one
1 It's a scene that the celluloid will
probably never exceed in grandaur.
GREATER BK.VIV GARDENS.
For outdoor amusement ceniblning
all that is picturesque with dancing,,
there is no place to equal Greater
Crowds of pleasure seekers enjoy
the dancing here .every evening,
while many patrons enjoy the music
and scenery front comfortable chairs
in balconies which accommodate 1,200.
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COST HIS LIFE
The tragic death 'of a fteleved Aus
tralian actor very nearly thwarted the
production of "Basic te Ged's 'Coun
try." by James Oliver Curweod. as
shown at Moore's. Garden Theater all
Ronald Byron, engaged to play the
part of Peter) a novelist sent into .the
arctic regions to' investigate condi
tions among the. Eskimos, was-asked
by his physician to cancel his con
tract and no.t atterapt.to get into such
a iifivn, nouw yi aw nvcni ir-
eovefy from ihfiueaaa.
. Byren, howeverthrough his friend
ship, far and loyalty te Nell Shlpman.
star ef the story, refused to grant his
. Byrsn's .role eajlled lor him to de
pict the pdrt'ef ah fnralfd. It is be
lieved that his fnactrvlty for long
hours at a time, and which was not
eonduciVe 'to v proper -circulation, re
sulted In the pneumonia attack which
caused his death.
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