Newspaper Page Text
Dolores Cassinelli to
Visit Here Next Week Tomorrow ushers in another rare w?*ek for us movie 'fine. Chief on tho _ program .perhaps, will be the ntranemg Doloi -incili, Pa^he's "Cameo Girl 4 tlu* S?Mven," who will meet Washing ton's film fans at Loew's Columbia Thea ter on Thursday and Friday, as we told rou l?ast week. Larry B?atus, guiding an a-el of Loew's Theater here, has arranged quite a program of entertainment for Miss L'assineJi;. one of the features of which will Im? ___/ k* a uiUii<'v a* which she will meet local ^^^ ^T nlm taitu and dramatic editors. In addi _Tr"!?V. tion. thm? will be an outdoor oeremony ?"ASSTNELLI during the week," when tho star will dedi ? the forn?'i>t<jiio of Loew's New Columbia Theater, ^?ic-li will soon replace the old house on F street. Rebuild l_Urr will probably begin early next year. ? doubt. Mi?. C__?i**t<>Hi's vleit will th-aw crowds as ?targ-r* a> thos-- which greet-etl alluring June Caprice at the Columbia recently. night? are with us again. As a result of th?e ? ?45-1 short.:_ Washington theater managers have volun ?wily agreed to reduce their use of electricity, and, as a ?esult, the movie houses are comparatively dark these win ery ?. Tin? big di.splay signs and all other lights ??sary at entrances, exits, and in lobbies ^?1 remain dark until coal is normally plentiful agajn. This lean i nglos step on the managers' part, for the reduc i illumination always entails an appreciable drop at La on ? ?f eli [iun there ta and theater .?HMaa/ o ini fi ? u ras ??M ?' aal tbe thea tAi rom the cut In ligltt v h is merely one more r^pflfrt** ??' the rairnesM an?i devotion pgbli welfare 'of Washington'^, ' Moor?, not to be outdone, la - an anni?*ereafy we??k. too. Palai???? had one; then ?l'a Mrtr'ipollatan followed au It ? w T. M. celebrate? the birth of hi* Rialto. Mary Pfekford*? t picture. "Heart o* the Hllla" ia tilntr feature for the celebrato**. ' Be* lioraey. who rattle? a ?srafty U qd-orwood for Larry Baatua th?** and rh-?. unuunc?a to us that ?e are ta caeet ?tea C___at_MIl at a |ba*r a?xt week, and append? a ?_ thealy: haXcbu eatia . kid*" cour??, that'? jnore or loss op be L_?r?r Beata? hhrkeelf. aa he'a ar fang??^.* -*? ? raanu. But Larry, let'a e?- ??- ?-oilers on the half-ehell, K- aat time?.tor 6luti sake. art Wale.?, who la quite conalder ib.* ?o. aonouncea that another of lu Universal film? will be teen at J?r,n-^ , m. rand next week, immedlate S-r. ?,-..> hex-la of hi? "Under Pu ?pi? - ? -???- Thr new feature ? *-*???_ G-*?: - H. a ?er I \i_lc ?r?t Peniate." the Faramount ?- tati. tmperspeclal which ha? ?*>? ?t? o J -?? the fa'**c-**n at Moore's Garden fri-At.-r -nt*?re on It? fourth week at aba? -io?..?e iitmairri? ?t?? rann??' ** ?* *.? tjh m ? n g o? the laugh that would Ba*? ?* -e?ound**.1 (ritrr my nmv -? ?e kn'amam !e.?s than a year ago tt ?Jew -.ad p-edia-ted that eoon there ?f*o , ?. b?- plctiTT??* ?coring four-week pun? *t the ra-yul-atr movie houee?. It'? t t iieome comment on the growth in 4}u.i tv and r?sultant growth ln poo s' < - * * o? t he o?ov lea. ANOTHER NOVELIST GIVES IN TO SCREEN ? aa^vi-Jones la rapidly accamulating ?UQ. tho?? erti? s-f ph?topla> produc fioa and direction ?Inch not long *z -1 ? ? jited In the refusal of a num beek?>f writers and novellata of not?? Ba p*^w?U their 1 Iterare product to be *u _"}??e*ted to ?a-r-ecn adaptation are geiog eliminated very rapidi and po-aaibly th? T?e?t immediate evidence af ?fhat favorable teedency ia note! te, lie cinema production of a ?tory V c.4e of the aix greatest ltvtag nov ?t i? ???-Jo*?* ph Conrad?whoa? en C**a.ling ioro tale of the South Se??. '"* ??**_G_.. I'M _&AB adapted^ to aa^ ?*?>?*? ?-.v Maurice Tourneur, and wilt ?Bsnatltute the attrition of chief 111 t?--t at Loe??*"? ColumWa for the ?rat four day? of this week. begi il ei ? *T tomorrow afternoon. ' j noteworthy, however, that Con f*'. a deci ?ion t0 permit the adapta t?a of hi? work? to the .screen was an!y arrived at after deep conaldera ttoa oa hu part. Before be would j*e*?*aae "VletatT" for ?creen presen ta an, he ?aa HMurtaJ that his work ?Mould be entrusted only to the mont ?? oeiu and capable dir?<*toral hand?, Af nal* Maurtce Tourneur, ? < megaphone -?isard of lights snd ?fr ie?. waa given the manuscript tr at-krai to reflect upon tt hia g. ,ius for llghtcratt. * M? particular as waa -Conrad, he if? .-><1 his volume entrusted to the ba *BS of a man who Is no lesa ex fa ng a? an artist Tourneur, who gr Abty ranks next to IX,W. ? ?rifritti ? .1 ?vre-*r dramatist, and who has i?fll<_aiiia*d Individual priority iti a-er *h phase* of photoplay direction. f a director ?ho has reached tb?* rm; where his word must be la?? in tema production? entrusted to him #d- that rtaaaon. Tourneur haa dr at *??<? to direct more picture? la Wbtcti a f-amou? star ia permitted to ?bx-rxls? hi? or her royal privilege of Bl'.er nu tbe ?cript of a ?tory'ln order V 'a*.tea* t*?e stellar role or mil* . ?*? robu, t the part of a charactertaa ??. ao ?tatter how good, that threat 's? ta overshadow the work of the ?player. V. aJlace R?id? ne\t starring va bicle w>'.l be "The Bear Trap." and U will. ot course, (ye given to tbe screen as a _**ara_Botiat-Arteraft production. B THE MOVIE ART? , * * * This Writer ?Sees Art in Pho tography ? And Occa sionally in the Story. ? * * BUT IN ACTING ?NO! Th?**? 1er Editor: "Incidtntully, meet weak, tCafrt going to etk Set INTEL LIGENT parso* to writs tewtt thing for this coturni? * S? rem ????! la last Saturday's**? ls sue. Two days late as a cause for Thankvgivmg for 4?8?42 movi? fans in *-*? aahington?not drawing the color line?but better late than never that one of our editors bas reeog nised our fan fraternity, finally and at laat. Tbat, at last. Intelligent persons are going to be permitted to write Intelligently In our local pa pers, or at least In one of them. The Times, signifies an advanced step in theatrical reporting snd criticism in Washington. That your first assignment, tn your praiseworthy effort to hit on a high order of intelligence to Inaugurate the new departure failed to result In the triumph hoped for, should not be discouraging to you. The only sports editor In captivity that ever came through on the wings of such an op portunity as that vas Heywood Broun. There are more people in Washing ton who attend the movies every day are Interested in them In the live liest way, who are talking them. studying them, following their de velopment, thinking up plots for pho toplays, writing scenarios or dream ina: of the day when they will?than attend all the other kind ot theater.? inmblnd, and Mr. Griffith's ball park In. -tr-uluglrt- week. Yet. no pa?g?*-a-_r-? Ki\?*n to tliern ?ft the dally paper?; nu exceptionally intelligent writers, orig inal and" oTever, have had "ttie t*sk i>? writing for them. - The advertise r-rents and the prese agents' reading notices were the best they got. But now. The Times proposes to change ? all thla; to render to thislarg?? clas* '? ot readers that whleh is their du?. ? p lory ?be' Three cheers and a hur |ri*V Oo to if . Whfther 'lie moving picture ?? of not? nobody ' no***???ay.?. ev?-ep, ? r?pajdly contracting circle o.' "-?r:t o," the legitimate." is dlsp?-?sel or ha.: ! the time, to argue. Rverybcii.v is t -? ? ? huried to get through dinner ar.n , "make" the first screening at ..is ... ? her favorite theater eist he be eo*.?.-, | pelted to stand In line at the box of fice for tickets for later perfori' anees. There is, it is now admltt??-? by some of the aforesaid "c of th?* ' considerable art In the ph^t-agra.. sometimos, and now that the storl-? ot the standard authors ar?? r cinematise-d. they occasionally re I luctantly confess that them Is a vs 1 hi?a?t of art here and thrtc In ?script. But as to screen actinr- b?? * ' mrt. It isn't. p.- the Beard of the Bar?! of Avon it ain't! A. PHILLCM G???". WEIRD CAVE FOR LOUISE. One of tlie MQli?afa*| setting.? ever used In a film Is a scenic feature of the Goldwyn atmilo lot at Culver Citv. Cal. It Is an underarround es*.??? with ' thousands of stalactites ?_?gl__ from its roof. It was constructed especiallv for l.nuise ?ilaun? .? nee. pic ture. "8?rx." The management of the studio also claim that it is the most elaborate set of tbe kind ever built upon a moving picture stage. PEGGY O'DARE TO PLAY LEAD Peggy O'Hare is to play leads In lOtls Harlan comedies. The comely ccmedienne recently returned from ' a screening tour of Europe with Kd Idle Polo and was billed everv-wher?? a* a Universal star. With Otis Har lan she is expected to add to her ? fame as a player and to her value as ? a business getter. ? *- EWx?'QL? MORETEA \ tHakthe _^ ?BdM8 ? -V* .&**: r ?lE_raottiFTfl__tlS?" -? l?. i alto ? Jbck ?bltTJ 'viQTODyy -____J__.\?Law*^ ?*? /Cc^^nsnc?a t>3?1?X_ / ET-?STWHilW*? a S\j5f>*H \ Kjv?*.k--_rt>OC __r. _.:*%. ?S1??-ene*. +ro-n\_--? THE G-jp?TE fc?_?K_Qx - T_____B ^HEPO\SON#HM| Cf-fANO?***A.V._> _* Glo?SS^\nson?, Male- ^oF^imal^ QAROtN Taulir__B-*___cr^^ THF LOVE CF LB?y" The Coming Week's Bills At The Movie Houses RIALTO Auutrerumry ttemU Mary l'i? kford It? *?emrt u' the Billa," One year ago Moore's Klalto Thea ter threw open its doors. For its an niversary week the Filali ?> presents Mary Pick ford in the latest ltleaee from her,own stu?l'9s "Hesfrt o' the Hills," adapted from th?! famous?? o ry by John Fox, jr. This is the third production made for th?? First Na tional Exhibitors and judging from advance criticisms there is every in dication that it ts a fitting successor to the tremendously popular forerun ners "Daddy Long Legs" and "The Hoodlum." The story concerns little Mavis Hawn, a loyal Kentucky cla-iswcman, who promise-?- nor "pap -a?* he lies eying from a feudist baile; that tbe will "get ' hia slayer. Ohe*n?d out of her heritage by ? land-grabbers, she heads the night riders, who 3lay the gang leader. Tried for murder, every juror claims he fl-red the shot; frsei, she wins fame and love In the low lands, and is claimed by the great city. In keeping with the occasion the Rialto Orchestra, under the direction of Daniel Breeskln. has arranged a musical score which I ? undoubtedly a gem from every viewpoint. The overture for the week la the "Sextette from Lucia." together with a popular hit of the day as encore. ?1?.?G?. Klhrl ? t.-nK.n In ????lore ii-ndi. lb? the Male." Kthel Olayton in "More Deadly Than the Male." constitutes Ahe at traction of chief interest at Iaoew's j Halace for the full week, beginning a tomorrow. ' More Deadly Than the Male" is the j r?/niance of an intrepid exployer who I wus diverted from ? search into the ' far places for excitement by a woman ! w'.'.o proved to him that real excit?-| I ment and adventure begin at hon?e. ' ; The role given Mists Clayton by this I production Is one of particular nov elty, the star finding here a diverting combination of melodrama. light ??omedy. and romance. A charming overture selection by ? the Palace Symphony Orchestra, un- j d??r th?* direction of Thomas Joseph | ?lannnn will head the list of added: ? program numbers, which includes a| ? Chrlaty comedy, the animated nd | \ ??mures of Mutt ami Jeff, a Post | natura scenic, the Path?? news pic ture.??, and other minor hits. MKTROPOI.ITAX. ??..???.?.? I rd.-ri.k In "The Laies ?f Letty.'* Mr Arthur Wing Pinero'.?? successful stage play. "Letty."' furnishes th.? basis of "The lare? of Letty," m ; which Pauli?e Frederick -? ill bo pi.? ?tured at Crandall's Metropolit in Theater for the Hook beginning to morrow. The story concerns the love ?if fairs of a > oung typist in Iaondon whose hand is sought by a million aire without social standirtg. a peer of great wealth and a straightfor ward young man without other re?.? I omraendation than his own honest love and ability to wrest a livelihood from the future. The conflict that la waged among these three and th?. ?jvents leading to the girl's final de cision form the groundwork of de velopment.?? that compel attention, af ford Miss Frederick and a splenlid supporting cant unusual actltsg op portunities and the rainera man ma terial for effective photography. In the star's support are filmed, among others of note. John Bowers, W. Law aon Butt and Lydia Teaman- Tttua The chief subsidiary attraction la the flrst of the Harold Lloyd $100. 000 comedies, entitled "Bumping Into Broadway." . K-WKERBO- KKR. Panllae P*redertek la "Tbe Uir> ef I-etty." The first two days of the coming week at Crandall's Knickerbocker Theater will be notable for the flrst Washington presentations of the pic turization of Sir Arthur Wing Ptnero's celebrated play of "Letty," offered In photoplay form under the title of "The Loves of Laetty," with Pauline Fred erick pictured in the role from which the .-object derives its name. On Tuesday and Wednesday. Mar guerite Clark will be seen as star of "Luck in Pawn," her most recently re leased vehicle, which depicts tn what manner "bad" luck may net one a faytune In money and love. For Thursday and Friday, Con stance Binney will be screened in "Krstwhlle Susan." Douglas Mclaean, Washington's own star, assisted by Doris May. will oc cupy the screen on Saturday only in "??.'??i llour.s' Leave." ?TRA?VJO. ? link May? In "The Brote Breaker." Frank Mayo and Kathryn Adams ?hare honors nt Moore's Strand Thea ter next week in Universal'? latest r-lcase, "The Brute Breaker." The story concern? a young fellow who Inherits a timber tract in the North woods and sets out at once to clesn up the lumber camp.?. Unknown he visits each camp in succession. In the first camp he encoun ters a bully who lusts for blood; a man who takes pleasure in printing the mark of his boot calks on the faces Of the weak. The crusader "takes the bully down the line" for ? beating and acquires enviable pres tige thereby. To break brutes seemed easy for the. young man. but his mighty strength was of no avail in overcom ing the hatred of a beautiful girl. In pretty Annette Bosseut he found the woman who lured him almost to death in his quest for love and honor. The Strand's augmented orchestra under the direction of Arthur J. Man vell give as overture Suppe's ".Sum ni*r Night'? Dream." ?OH MBIA. Maurice Tnarnear'a "? icte-ry." The bill at Loew's Columbia Theater for the first four days of this week, beginning tomorrow, will be headed by "Victory," Maurice Tourneurs smashing and \ivid adap tation of th?? internationally-famous novel of the same name by'yJoseph Conrad. The stbry portrays a %oul-stirring romance enacted amid the lawless forces that roam a tropical -island in the South Seas. On one side are ranged a man of gentle birth and a girl of wondrous beauty. On the Other side are ranged the embodiment of brute force and evil In the persons of a trio of lawless men drawn by the lure of gold and by the girl's fas c.nating. Intoxicating beauty, ? .lack Holt has the chief male role, ami Seena Owen has the role of his loved one. ? tin Thursday and Friday Dolores Cassia?.!!, the beautiful and accom plished Pathe star, will make ap pearances at I-owe's Columbia Theater ? in person in connection with concur PAULINE FREDERICK PREY OF POLICEMEN Pauline Frederick has recently un dergone the experience of being ar rested three times ln fifteen minutes. Tou ??*?, while Miss Frederick warn enscting the scenes in her latest Goldwyn picture, "The Loves of Letty." adapted for th? screen from the famous stage success by Sir Ar thur Wing Pinero and the attrac tion at Crandall's Metropolitan and Knickerbocker Theaters today, she acquired a new automobile. It's a gray Mue affair with wire wheels, slung low after the fashion of racing models, and has all sorts of expen sive additional features not seen in ordinary road "boats." Of course, the, car kicks up an unusual speed, and as Pauline Frederick says, "It has a glorious cut out." So, when ehe goes shrieking up a road the police naturally wake from their chance -Jumpers. Pauline Fred erick lives In Beverly Hills, a fash ionable suburb of Los Angeles. She was tirst arrested there for speed ing; and. after the simple matter was adjusted, she heaved -a sigh of relief and again shot out toward the studio at a fast clip. It was only a very few minutes before she was arrested again, much to her surprise. "Thia Is not within the city limit? of Los Angeles." she explained to the second cop. The road intersects a group of towering oil wells and It didn't look like the interior of a bustling metrop-? oils, but Pauline Frederick paid her fine and started off a third time. Her courage revived, the machine was al lowed to go fasten and faster as it ?eared the studio. Perhaps an un derground wire (Ushed the news to another policeman in Culver City, where the Goldwyn Studios are lo- j rated. At any rate, she\was hailed from the curb again. "Seventy-ttv* dollars,'' sighed Miss ' Frederick. "Is certainly a war price ? for a jitney ride." rent, showings of her latest photo- | play hit. "The Right to laie." A num ; ber of interesting features enter Into ! Miss Cassinelli's visit, including the , dedication of the cornerstone \of j Loew's new Columbia Theater whi>*h, In a few months, will rise on the site of the present theater building (.ARDEN, "Male aad Female." "Maie and Female." Cecil B. De MHle'e superspecial as presented by Paramount-Artcraft. an adaption of Sir James M. Barries famous play, "The Admirable Crlchton." will con tinue to hold the screen at Moore's (?arden Theater, entering its fourth week of consecutive showinji tomor row i KWDAI.J-'S -The World \ flame.** A feature photoplay of intense ap peal and the only camera drama of the year that offers a rational solu tion of the country's present prob lem of industrial unrest, will be shown as the principal attrac'ion the] tirst three days of next week at j ?Crandall's Theater, under the title of j "The World Aflame." with Frank I Keenan pictured In the stellar xp\e. "The World Aflame" concerns itself entirely with events which were the outgrowth of conflict between the two great divisions of American society known as Capital and .Labor. On Wednesday and Thursday will' be shown "The Olorious I.?ady." In which Olive Thomas enacts a a*o ?_. genial role among surroundings that aie of entrancing natural beauty. June Elvidge will occupy the Crun dall screen 'during th*? last two days of the week in "Tha? 1'a.ison Pea." Sunday and Momiay Miss K. Brod kln will render "Oh. What a Pal Waa Mary" with cello obl?galo by Paul K-estex. I Music in the Movies Ye "shades' e f op?f-W-ntaa-g' and opera triumphs are brought to mu sic lovera in the "Movies" next weak. The incidental music to Shakespeare's "Midaummer Night's Drea?m'' has al wayi awakened vision of elvea and fairies, of woodland sprites and whis pering trees, of moonbeam? and spark ling water. The overture to "Midsummer Night's Dream/' wtth muaicby Suppe, will be played the coming" week by the orchestra at the Strand. The "Sextette** from Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor"?Scott's famous hero ine, the bride of Lammermoor?will be given by Moore's Rialto Theater orchestra, under Daniel Breeskin, as the week's overture. The ever popular "Lucia" sextette, which the greatest singers, includ ing Caruso, have made Immortal, has been arranged for orchestra and proves aa fine a bit of orchestral concerted music as when the six voices sing It. But If you want to keep your heels tupping out the rhythm? and the tune humming in" your memory, hear Miss E. Brodkin sing "Oh, What a Pal Was Mary." with 'cello obligato, by Paul Koester, at Crandall's Theater. Dear Theater Editor: What do people most enjoy in the movies? J. ?Isol"., we infer, thinks that they "most enjoy" music, for three lines below she asks. "Whet would th? movies be without muele?" Th"y would be dead. This is prov able. Cut out th?? music entirely and ANN FORRESrS DIVE INTO MOTION PICTURES Goldwyn Star Wen First Job Through Abilit-, in Water and Madf f.ood I!? KUIVP? Jl-aTLa* MAM-"-?. It is a well-known fact that :*?teve Brody took .1 chance, but has due credit ever been given to Mrs Brody th? lady who took a chance on Sieve? The answer is, no. Credit is alway? being denied the fair, so to spesk. sex; go that it becomes a real pleas ure to present Ann Forrest to the ever-present, effervescent gentle reader,. Mi?-.? Forrest is playing at present in the scrccnr-version of Mary Il.iberts liineharfs "Dangerous Days" which i.* tx-ing prepared at the Oold wyn studios In Culver City. Cal. Al thoujt-h she ctopped oft in that State merely for a high dive. Miss Forrent has become thoroughly acclimated and is now altogether in th<? swim. Wherefore, she has terminated an adventurous journey over the coun try on horseback for the adventurous ways of the motion-picture world. "There are a whole lot of things I can't do," Miss Forrest says, *" hut 1 could always swim and ride" Per hap* this is due in part to her having been born in the hardy climate of ^Denmark, from which kingdom her parents took her as an infant, bring ing her to the equally bracing airs of Taeoma. Wash., where she grew up 'into an expert equestrienne. Also. eh?? grew up unafraid of water, in which she had an advantage over ever so many of us. She ultimately wearied of the Western city, how ever. "V^ And so. Wjien spring came louud. ? she mounted her fayorK? horse one day and blithely announ??ed to her | intimate.? that she wa.? about to ko on a little jaunt across the Pacifli. ??i-pe, through t_e Mmmmtttggt -__-_ ?ee. '-Ever noMce-*_?oar ___*__ a picture | fsJls when something occur? to In terrupt ths orchestra'? playing or the? organ motor ?tall?? Music tc the ne< esaary prop and partner of tbe photoplay. It ?a ita voice that sweep. the chords of human emotions: it is the picture a heart, aoul and mind?it? "life." as 3. MacB truly aay?. Muatc can get along and thrive without tb? movie. It did for a good m*uiy cen turie?. But the movie cannot live without music. Mosto Is the majority stockholder in the partnership Movi? maniacs ot mathematical mnda have f gured it at about T0 per cent. Thi? wa? before the high coet of theater taxes. But It look? reasonable To "play the pletora" require? ths highest order of musicasi and dra matic intelligence, a fine sense of values and proportion?, .and a spright ly Imagination. The movie fans ia? ? ist, first, that "tbey play the pic ture " Then they are demanding a amooth. uninterrupted screening. Every little detail properly attended to help* to make the performance pleasing aa a whole. If yon Went to hear tbe most fa moua organists in Manhattan now adays you will have to go teethe Broadway movie?. They are not to be found any more at Mr. Rockefel ler? or other rich men's church??. A fine orchestra, a fine organist at a fine organ, "playing the pictnre" turn and about, is the Ideal arrangement for a de lux picture perf<armane?*?. ? MOVTE TAX .and over tbe Atlantic- ?lope 'I wanted to *** ? aie United state.?? ao by. as Vaalici Lindsay did." ?tie saya. "and I fully intended to when I start ed out. But you rever know what If coming next on this planet and your | hopes certainly aren't Indicative " I Astride of her ?l**e<i. she >vert out to see the a ? ? Id. iid?ng down the west coast n'.id BBturalty winning atten tion from th?? :i ?>*. spapers ta?-cati?e of , ih- unusuul m hiele sh< ?vas using ! l'or an argosy ?cross these 8'atea. It was when she had reached Las I A Hg*? les that fate look hold of her bridle und stopped her. A motion ! picture director happened to read of her In one of the local sheet? and ? the Item interested him strangely be cause It declared that Miss Forrest was. in addition to being a splendid horsewomsn. a diver with ?iusllfl*-a ttons equal to those nf Annette Kel lerman. Whereupon that motion picture director, a? motion-picture di rectors will do, whistled, for be hsp p?-ned to be In need of ? young womsn who could do a twenty-foot div?? and surviv?? th?. .|?avk of the waters and The applause ol the by standers. He sot in toajvi-h with Miss Forrest, who readily agreed to do the "stunt." She did it-dlving twenty feet, head-foremost into motion-pic tures*. For sfter her ?ucee??? in her fiti-l venture it wss decided thst she wss too vslusble s person to allow to pass on. ALEXANDER IN NEW ROLE. Benny Alexander, the wonderful child actor who made such s hit in "Heart? of the World" and who later was featured in "The Turn of the Road," has been engaged for an im portant role in "The Trtfters." a com edy-drama of New Tork life being ' produced by Christy Cabanne and fea tvirir.g Edith Robert? and David But !Ur- _______ Pauline Frede?- a bas returned :?> ?the Goldwyn studio^-!???? City. %?*a ? i__*_r l'ork. ? fc, Week of Dec. 14 At the Movies MlTfll'POl l*f ?ti The chief |ihaia??la? at**r_e?oa at Crandall's .ty tr?.????? *? The*.??? throughout tha ??Mk ol Deco??<bt * li will be "Healed Hearts, a film ver sion of tha et?gre ?*?*>?een?? . _M ?tune name by E__*eae Walters, ia ?hidI the atelier role is taken op? .he acr??en by _fcaffene <0??? and , ?? supporting ?cast led by Kob? ? le ???on and Lucille L?-?- S. ???,?? f**?, ? supplement?.r> fasture o( ?:hief Mi portance will be "The Head Wallet, lai?-?.: ? ojTu-d.? r? ?*?? rtarrieg Lm*Tt ??e mor KM? kKSBIM hH. * The chief feature of the phot er _m bill arranged for the flmt two cas*? of the wea*k of Doeombet 14 ?? Crandall's Knlckerbo? kei Theater ?k be "Seel?-d Hearts.' a film's?'. ? 0'. Eugene Walters ?lav of tt - ra name starring aftiga, aa O'Br.? ? O Tuesday and WedKaday. Mabel t*M mand will be the pictured atar ia ?es latest and most laughable a, usa'?A) ".llnx" For Tbi.ie.ia? ?uri ?**__f Olive Thomas I- eU ip ^_Wk Glorious Lad???,' wilh Reeaa-ne bu?**kle In "The Hayero?" ee the si attraction Sai urda? or ?. Jark I ford in "In Wrong < T-ta?roAi.L*a ? - 1.1-ee ?da>s or th?* W'WS .?ember 14. at ?"rands Ils O_f ter will be featured my ??]?lease ua? Married." a caieaWa version at ltt famous farce of the same nam?* la m ? h Viola Dana is the r On Tuesday aad Wa?nrada? Talmadge will bold the aim In h?r supreme triumph. "The ls|e ot .'"om.? quest." Beginning Thursday? and < M tinulng the remainder ot the ?? ? ?.? major offering will be **T_ov. and"" starring snuart H ola? se PAI \< J "??.?? aiu-aci ' Lsa-aVa Palace Theater beg h? ? as iJ-'cembei 14. will Im "Ari talNauM In Heurt a" the Tatest starring ? e hiele for that ftagUble scar, n??**?--?? *A arwick COM" ? ??? week beginning i.e.embe will be feaiared by the presen' ef two a-hotopievs ol parti? ule* ? Th? production t?-aiu?ing the pi-Os ? loi ?he ftrst four ?is? S p? Hi' V.?*??*. will be Thoma? II. In?*??.? ?? ?l?r special production. *-*????*-:??? ih?-1> Th?? production for -the laat 11 days of nex"t w?-ek beainnlni* Thurs wlll be -The Tone M??? latest starring photopia? \a_-ilrl? igr Ses au a Hayek at? a, tke noted Jspa neso star. MARY MILES MINTER HAPPY. ? Mar? X "?? ? er to ?ine "sapotea* c?il in ??-reendom Her ???? tel.'?*?e ??., pul.li ? fave: J id? of Roga?**? Harbor." is In the making in sou' ? ra California, and she has on?* of the best supporting ?-arts In the h let or? of the picture industr>. Lacladled la the cast Is Theodore Roberts. H?**r*>?*?te?t Ctsndlng. Fr?tale Rtdge-way an?? Kr?nkle bee. The prodaf-tton ?aril! be a Kealart ASOKIS NEXT PICTURE PLAY. ?The Velio? irr.hid Wee*, on Ur? atli od lu Dragon.' ?w^ ? I by AH has * FliVed ?? r tir .'-?a Aaoki (Mia <a \_f tna madtately tollowlna _a*T . X_e urea-ut ol _..