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SCREEN FOR STAGE rbtdi Bara Is to step out of mb ?nd upon the alas*. It bar Oral appearance la a part alnca aha attained to pinnacle of fame In motion pie w. A. H Wooda baa encased to play the etellar role la a melo atfna called 'The Loat Boul." con Ived and written by Oeorge V. Ho ?* and John V\ Ward There are i acta and aeven eplaodna In the . Reheareala are to be begun In a few week a. Mia* Bara will arrive at her twentieth birthday thia year, deaplte Mr loo* record aa a "vamp." lu ad 4Kieo to play Inn before the camera 4e rldea and paaaea aonte of her ?fan time In palming and aculpture. 4*iong the charactera which aha haa Interpreted for the acreen are Car ^ea. Bapho, Cleopatra and Camtlle. Mr Wooda haa not announced the lC*kBth Vf Miaa Uara'a engagement far the atage, nor haa he aaid that The Loet Soul" will not, be aeen on Lhe acreen later. (Wf I aeu Liberty Bead teepeai aad ?i fer W. 8. I. thereby U iM rear eeaatry. ?is WtOF FIGS" CHIUTS HIE Look at tongue! Remove pois ons from stomach, liver and bowels. Accept "California" Syrup of Figs <Mly?look for the name California up the package, than you are sure your child la having the beet and ?noat harmless laxative or physic for the little atomach. liver and .Howela. Children love Ita doilcloua 1 fruity taste. Full direction* for !c|illd'a dose on each bottle. Give It ! without fear. i Mother! You must say "Califor I nla." * 1920 * . ( ' Christmas Savings Club ij Now Open ; Union Savings Bank j: 1710 Fourteenth Street N.W. 5 MThf OldfRt Savings Rank la I WankliiKton" H- i 1 I in Current Week's Offerings at Capital Theaters I NATIONAL. ~TIm Kvyal Vagabond" ? Pleaaea On Koturn. "THK KOrAl. VAGABOND,' opera comiqua la three acta, with booh and lyric* by Htephan Ivor Halnnyey and William Cary Duncan; muatc by Dr. Anaelm Uoetaei, with George Cuban In large, homeopathic doaea. THI CANT t'hafcheck, lb* Ian kMiwr. .CkarlM Wayea Marcel. lb* lariir Hu|t( (?r*? Ji>ku, the apothecary LuuU Bimon Amis* CMckMk, the mJIUaer, Virginia O'Brian Colonel Iran Petroff .. John Ouldaarortby Ulilua. an ofdcer Eugene Hllloll Prince htephan Krederlc Hantlry Prof Hubert Aubrey Ui>nla|M Hop klna Koblnson Newbold Prlnceaa Vlolatta France* l>eraare*t Princes* Malaaa Orsea n*hrr Quaan of Btrfrtvl* Winifred Karri* A pea* Halan Pierre Captain Dentil* Lou Lockett DruJung. ijrpay chief Waltar Palm Rosalia Mary Kalon Tb nieeaenger Kdna Pierre "The Royal Vagabond" ha* been earn in Washington before. Ho??vrr, alnce Ita la*t apeparance hare it ha* been, what the men that write the advertising for the ahow are pleaaed to call, "Cohan lzed." In other word*, what waa at first a nerlou* attempt at comic opera of the well-known type, haa received the attention of Mr. Cohan In the tuli? <>f a fairy godmother of Jazz, or to ire.it.' another figure of apeech, he has taken the part of a chef and added pep. paprika and Jazz to an otherwlre and ordinary dish. It all concerns a prince who loved a peasant, and tn order not to frighten her off, he appears as a peasant mid an ardent revolutionist. Of course, she falla for him, and then the trouble begin*. Mama assumes her queenly dignity and picks out a barber for the girl in the case, and a prince** for her aon. Then everybody "revo lutes," and the prince abdicates, *o that everybody marries everybody else. There you have It. Everybody moves at a Jazzy rtco all through the play. The royal juaro and the standing army do nothing, ac cording to the I. D. H. (soldiers know what that is: for the benefit of <jth-*r<? it means Infantry drill regulations). They shlm^r onto the stage anfl shake a musical foot when they ra-< tire. Practically everything in the play shimmied except the scenery. Frederic Santley makes an equally good prince or revolutionist. H ? Is n nice looking chap with a sleek, po maded mane, and sings more than well. Virginia O'Brien proves quite winaome as the peasant maid. She. too, sings well. In fact, you are able | to understand everything she dings, and that Is quite a feat nowadays. She does not try to do a Qalll Cure I every third note, hence her songs "go over." Humor In great gobs was furnished by Robinson Newbold, as the Ameri can tutor of the prince. Few will forget his many versions of that tra-la flower song from Messrs. (SI 1 - hert & Sullivan's well-knowr. "Mi kado." John Qoldsworthy and Grace Fisher, as a pair of devoted lovers, sang in a manner to please the most captious theatergoer. Ljou Lockett and Edna Pierre are extremely clever dancers, and their Incidental trippings and trottlnga were 'way above par. Perhaps pretty Mary Eaton made as marked a hit as anyor.e In the cast. Her dancing sol pleased the audience that she tem- i porarlly stopped the ahow. As for the song hits, many are al ready acquainted with them, but it won't hurt to say that the best per haps of the evening are a "Wee Bit of Lace," "Where the Cherry Blos soms Fall" and "In a Kingdom of Our Own." FOLLY. Sliding Billy Watson's Show Pleases Patrons. Sliding Billy Watson, one of tin best known comedians on the bur lesque stage, is the star of his own show which opened a week's engage ment at the Folly Theater yesterday He Is supported by Joe West, A1 Du pont. Forrest Nelson, Oladya Bijou, Myrtle Andrews, Sadie Banka, and Drthror $ 100 or More If you have $100 or more to in vest, and want the highest possible rate of interest with ABSOLUTE SECURITY, let us send you full particulars of First Mortgages on Washington real estate?a form of investment that is as secure as the fact that Washington will continue to be the Capital of this great country. Write for Booklet Wm. S. Phillips. 1409 N. Y. 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All Warh rally i.naraatred far 2* Yoora. Hindi? nnaar and larallaa la your aalad. 427 29 7th St. N. W. Oppaalta l.aaakarih a Bra linad t alon Taa ("a. I laat Thornntrhly I'^alyyr4 aad o??r rat aad rarlnra la *11 poLrs. GawtM of 1*1* pro*M Warn The l?te*t Winter Gardeu produc tion. prodigal with femininity. frill* and furbelowa, unfolded III toot* '#r a wttk'i my ftefore * capacity ?ud' ?nee at foil # l??t night. Dialogue by M^roid Atterldge and ?*?*' 8m15??' Lyric* .by AUred Bryan w'1^ *J~ Clonal tonga by Blanch* MerrllL Mu ?Ic by Jean Bohwarti. Dance number* aranged by Allan K. Konter. Produced under the personal direction or J. J Hhubert In two acta and twenty-lour I scenes. , . | The caat of principal* Include* Jack Norworth. Harry Wataon. William McKlnley. 8am Crltcheraon. Stewart 1 laird. Tad l?rraln. Marguerite ?al? rell. Teddy Tappan. Al Khayne. Janet Adair. Klein Bro*.. Clayton and White, the Olorlaa. Jimmy Ko*. Betty Kltch, Florence Elmore and Uladya Walton. | There 1* no denying the appeal that thl* type of entertainment ha* for tne average theatergoer*. To follow the book require* no greater mental ef fort than to watch a program of glor Ifled vaudeville *peclaltle? and there la ever aomethlnK upon which the eye can feaat. The 1919 edition of the Galctle* measure* fully up to th? ao cepted atandard. Whoever supplied the nece**ary sea soning put In mora than a pinch of double entendre. In fact, the aud cnci) last night seemed to con*tru<s It a* an overdoae, for *ome unnecesaar IIy broad line*, business and lyric*. fel on unsympathetic eara If meas ured by their reception. Jack Norworth and Harry Wataon set the pace for the comedy honnrn. Vorworth has a grotip of new song* put over In his Inimitable manner. ??? Misted In some by the clever J*"** Adalr Wataon ha* had hi* own b>( moments with hU character ""per sonations aided by an assortment of ^The flexibility of Al Shayne * face I* alone enough to land h,m.,T,lt'* leaders, and his dispute with an u?> programmed partner in the orches was one of the high spots of the eve ning. Al and Harr> Klein are unde niably clever, but their talent* we.c a bit shaded by suggestive line*, par ticularly In the hotel scene, which the curtain ended before the censor jould "l \h is customary with such produc tions, dancing holds a prominent plaw The Glorias, with their artlatlJ and graceful Imitation of "Her skat.re displayed both agility and skill. l<ou Clayton and Same White feature ec centric dancing and those who lUe the shimmy ahould not miss thl , *h"W?st Is West." is a burle*que on "Dangerou* Dan" McGr'w,ht'iafutPlirc tures the di**lp*tlon of the when John Barleycorn Is * ^7a. ft Of the women principal*. Ja,jet Adair. Teddy Tappan anfl Marguerl.e Farrell lead both vocally and otne - W The stage aettlng* are elaborate and a riot o' color, that of the cljarnr blossom grove being itrlklng ^Summarised, the 1919 ?dUlon of the Galetlea i* all that the latest Winter Garden product to be -Tie s*Id these show* mre b"''* to please the tired -bu.ine.* man but on. suspect* from ?he manner ?n which they are received W that their attraction* ?ult the aver age theatergoer to a nicety. metropolitan. Clara Kimball Young In "Eye? Of Youth." "Eye* of Touth.- the thoroughly ssSSrffSUB'?????? !r,.Th"?"p?kiv im ..Dentng to cloalng, permit* < l*ra ,md wonderful, depth of her lnterpre ta'Eyes?of''Youth" does not fo"?*r .....ai form of dramatic construc tion With the most vivid element* Yf de luxe melodrama. It combine* the rentier qualities of true pathos Ind the convincing argument* of a genuinely philosophical outlook upon fife Comedy, tragedy, laughter, and tears have their entirely proper and extraordinarily effective place* In the warp pf thl* perfectly balanced "t?* s?ory concerns the experience* of Glna Ashling, a young woman on the threshold of life, who is <J?"bt rul what path to follow. A aplend d voice promise* a brilliant career In opera: duty to dependent re'atlTea of a younger generation points to a lire of domestic tranquillity not unmarked by sacriflce: the proffer of marriage bv an elderly millionaire seems to open the wayy for a life of "'"V, gant Indolence. During ^e perplex ity of attempting a decision there comes Ifito Glna's sphere a Yogi from the Far Kant, a wanderer who is gift ed'with the power to diaclone the fu tureth rough the medium of a K-ln* crystal. In turn, he reveal* through the clairvoyance of the globe what will eventuate If Glna follows the path of duty, the path of ambition, and the path of J"?*11* Kach comprise* a brief drama in self, and each multlplle* the unique qualities that enter Into the composi tion of one of the really notable pic tures the art of the camera has pro duced. . . Selected short subject* ?nd orches tral accompaniment that catches the true spirit of the picture complete a bill that will not soon be forgotten. KNICKERBOCKER. Clara Kimball Young In "Eye* Of Youth." Those two star) comedians of the Alms, ably "directed" by Bud Fisher s gifted pen. Messrs. Mutt and Jeff, vesterdsy afforded many a laugh to the capacity audience* at Crandall a Knickerbocker Theater, where a* the secondary attractions on a bill of rare worth they disported themaelve* in a ridiculous cartoon comedy pre sented under the Illuminating title of "Cutting Out Non*?nse." The chief feature of the bill la the superb film version of Max Marcln * famous pl*y. "Eye* of Youth. n which the stellar role la takeni with complete ?ucce?* by Clara Kimball Young. ________ GARDEN. "The Lone Wtlfi Daughter," 4 Featuring LooIm GUia. The muk(Hi(iit of Moore'a Oarden Theater haa ehown excellent Juig meat Id ita aelectloa of a production to follow the exceptional aerlee of photodramatlc preaentatlona which have recently been made at thla papular houaa aa wae demoaatrated yeaterday la the premiere abowlng In Waablagtoa of J I'arker Heed Jr ?. ! production of "The Lone Wolfe Daughter" by the popular author, Louie Joeeph Vance. In "The Lioae WolTe Daughter." with Louiae (ilium aa the featured elar, Mr. Head haa produced one of the big* eat and moat ertlatlc pic* tures of the year. In the ataglng of Ite lavish ecenea an utter dlare gard for nut la alwaya apparent; gorgeous aettlnga, wonderful (owne, resplendent Oriental costumes are constantly In view. Louise Olaum a vivid plcturlaatlon of the powerful etory Is both peerless and fearless, In a role that not only taxee her his trionic powers to the limit but her courage aa well. The scene of the atory la laid In London with -a pahorama of color inns ranging' from the macnltotnc* of Buckingham Palace to the mya terloua deptha of the colorful Lime house district. Much of the action takes place In Soho, the French quar ter of London, the Cafe Mlgnon shown In the picture being most typi cal. No Soho Inn can be popular or proAtabla without Its beautiful dam sel, and Honla, as played by Miss Glaum, la the girl In this case, a girl who knows nothing of her parentage or paat save that Mme. Thereee, owner of the cafe, haa reared her. Aa the atory develops we And that Honla la the daughter of Lono Wolf, and now the victim of scheming Prince Victor, leader of a desperate band of criminals, who has stolen the girl because of a feud between her father and himself over the girl's mother. At tha prlnce'M home she finds a true friend In Roger Kars lake, poalng aa a secretary but In reality a Scotland Yard man seeking to trap the bandit chief. Through the aid of Karalake the girl's father, Lone Wolf, Is eatabllahed in the same house aa butler. The train of ex citing situations now shifts to "The Red Moon," oatenalbly a low grade eating house In Llmehouse, the heart of London's underworld, but In re ality the rendesvous of a most des perate gang aasembled to wage battle of law and order. Honla la taken tt? this rendesvous. She learns the details of the plot. Informs Karslake, who with the aid of her father, rescues the girl after h series of the most thrilling and death-defying "camera stunts" ever seen on a screen In Washington. 1 RIALTO. "Mind the Paint Girl." Featuring Anita Stewart. There la always a glamour about th-i gtage girl, the stage itself and es peclally about the things that go on l?ehlnd the stage. Everyone la Inter acted in It and to those who are not Ig a position to obtain 'even a surface knowledge of the Intricacies of thea trical life and who allow their Imap? (nation to run riot on the subject, auch lntereat at tlmea becomea in tense; therefor a story such as la de picted In "Mind the Paint Girl," pop ular Anita Stewart's most recent Firs: National attraction, which opened a week's engagement at Moore's Rial* > Theater yesterday, is certain to pro^< attractive to the majority of us as it is a story of stage life behind the wings; a fascinating romance of a little alum girl who rises to fam? on the stage overnight by a song hit. It haa been done you know, and tlfla photodrama. based on Sir Arthur Wing Plnero'a play of the aame name la entirely realistic and not one ot the kind that appear on the face of things to be impossible. Every point is lead up to logically. The production is most artlstlo from every viewpoint. The beauty of some of the old English estates shown their vast grounds, gigantic trees, great spread of lawns and the play ing fountains add greatly to tha at tractlvenesa of the picture, the sets apparently being arranged with the greatest care to get the exact English atmosphere. which together with uni formly good photographic effects, make the entire showing a delight to the eye. Miss Stewart, supported by a cap able cast including Conway Tearle, Victor Steele. Templer Saxe, Vlrgli}!* Borden. Arthur Donaldson and other* of equal high standing In the acreen world, was never seen to better ad vantage. The IllaUo Symphony Orchestra, under the conductorshlp of Danltl Breeskln, seems to take a personal de light in rendering the light and pop ular members selected which fit the character of the show perfectly. Tr>e overture for the week la Mosskowskl'a "Three Spanish Dances" with a ?o|j number, "Venetian Love Sonr" STRAND. "Pinto," Featuring Mabel Normand. At Moore's Strand Theater Mabel Normand la holding forth In her most recent comedy drama, "Pinto," by Victor L Schertzlnger, presented oy Samuel Qoldwyn. Known and lov^d by thousands of motion picture patrons throughout the world and remembered always for her wonderful work In "Mickey" a comparatively recent production recognised as one of the greatest comedies ever presented on the screen, Miss Normand In "Pinto" un doubtedly has a novel role which equals and In some Instances sur passes her performance in the show mentioned. "Pinto" presents the star In a clever comedy story, the scenes of which are laid In Arlsona and New York. The story Is made for one proasess Ing Miss Normand's talents. Her rid ing In the early part of the picture Is a delight and a revelation. Her versatility In the more tense and thrilling acenes In New York stirs sympathy and generally holds the attention through the sheer power of her acting. As for the comedy situations, everybody who ever saw a picture knows Mabel Normand and Mabel Normand's Individual brand of comedy. It Is unbeatable and her actions both In the West and in get ting accustomed to Eastern manners, vogues, and clothes, kept the house In an uproar yesterday. The Rtrand's augmented orchestra, under the conductorshlp of Arthur J Manvell. supplies a musical accom panlaient that follows the aetlon per fectly Overture for tfce weak. "Hun ? gar la a Faaiaate " 4 PALACE l)M|Ui Fair bank* Hu Biggrat Hit. Blg^thlnga are always loukad (or whan the motion picture fan |Oii to sea lXMiglaa Fairbanks. Mvaryoaa who knows that his productions *111 be Ailed with the Inimitable Fair banks' Stuuts. but he exceeded every thing he ever did In hla llfb In the rattling, clever comedy, "When the CUuds Koll By," which Is the faatuir. at Loew s Palace all this week, where It opened yesterday. All told, tnla production Is a smashing success. Not only has he produced an% enor mous picture from the standpoint 9' production, but he has shattered all the "It can't be done" Ideas that "?ir existed He has taken the theme ?'f superstitions and has turned It inside out and upside down, and has shat tered every superatltltlously-lov<.<l Idea that ever existed. The subject Itself was ? touchy proposition to start with, but the way "Doug" han dles It, has made It a most attractive entertainment and one that will long linger with his great following as thr cleverest bit of screen work he lias accomplished. Added to the fact that he has de veloped a wonderful production from hi* story, he has presented In this pic ture probably the most elaborate set tings that the screen has ever seen. Chief among them Is a flood irene, which Is almost Inroncelvabl-t even when you know It's being done In motion pictures. There Is no doubi In our minds but that he wax com pelled to construct an entire village. There much of the climatic action takes place, only to find a rainstorm pour down on the town which Is lol lowed by the most realistic flood tha' even the most skeptical fan could con ceive. From start to finish the picture ?? one that Mgll long be held up an Ideal production. it goes without saying that "Doug" himself doc* in numerable stunts In his inimitable way which kept every person Ottilia: on the edge of his scat wondering whether he'd get through all th. pinches he got himself into. The program Includes, In addition, a striking array of supplementary hits, including the brilliant m.isics.1 numbers of the I'alace Symphony Or chestra. CRANDALL'S Louis Bennison In "High Pockets." Louis Bennlson's latest Marring vehicle. "High Pockets." which open ed a three-day engagement at Cran dall's Theater yesterday, begins wl a mystery, develops In a mysterious way and comes to an effective final fadenut only when the hero of ihe tale has brought to light all of the shrouded incidents from which the story grows. Tire Introductory episode disclose* the dead body of a stranger fn the West, who palpably has been mur dered. The discovery is made by "High Pockets" Henderson. town marshal, who, in examing the body foK Identifications, leaves his own fingerprint upon the photograph of a beaut 11 ul girl found In the mur dered mall's possession From thU clue he Is accused of the killing by a brace of cattle thieves. The devel opments through which the principal figures In the story thereafter pass form the basis of one of the most ex citing subjects the screen has recent ly reflected. COLUMBIA. Billie Burke in "Wanted?A Husband." Billey Burke, the famous stage and screen star, scored heavily In a cinema production at the Columbia yesterday, where she began a four day run in one of the most delight fully odd roles she has ever had. The production is "Wanted?A Hus band.' 'a retitled screen vefsion of Samuel Hopkins Adams' "Enter D"Arcy." The story concerns Parcy Cole, a Greenwich village wall paper de xlgner. who. because of her apparent Inck of personality. Is taunted by two friends who have acqu'-^l admirers l>arcy, in desperation. Invents a r.vtetheart of her own. goes Into training to Improve her looks, and before long, stands forili, blos.-oming like the roac Out of the ensuing complications which most naturally ensue, the flushed and triumphant Darcy emerges?with a husband. Billy Burke Is her usual charming self. The production Itself Is a thor oughly appealing romance, llber-illy sprinkled with wholesome comet'y and the suportlng oast Is unusually fine, particularly James L. Crane, Miss Burke's leading man. The Columbia also preaents a not able list of added screen novelties, and the orchestral numbers are par ticularly striking STEAMSHIPS A Delightful All-Year Resort Old Point Comfort And Famous Chamberlin Hotel Overnight Ride from Washington Via Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay and Modern Steel Steamer* of the NORfOlK AND WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT COMPANY CUT Ticket OfBee, Woodward Rill. AMUSEMENTS WEEK NIGHTS, 8:30 to 12 ARCADE 14th and Park Road. PERFECT PLACE DANCE T!! U AMUSEMENTS IT-ICLAICO WILUAH ffiM.iaia HODGE Ikaktn PiMtfla la Hit ?THE GUEST o# HONOR I EXT] MOI VICTOI HERBEHl't "My OoNei flirl" Sun Tlir. NKKT K| MHV if | H ??. *?L *** n/w.rc w ?i?sfc*P Ka iuu.Tk?.*s? *"??. \-rr mm4 J. J. Ibitort Prraaat SHUBERT GAIETIES 7*i? with Jack Ktrnurtk, Marry Wataaa aad a Selatlllatlaa dkonrr ml Stara NEXT WEEK Matinees Thursday and .Saturday. SECOND VOYAGE sVn ha d Triumphal return ?n[>(omcot of the world's fictleit entertainer with ao entirely new budget of sonf*. Al WON la the Winter Oar den's Oriental travesty SIN6AD The Bllalan ea travafanza of ?u perlatlve iplen* On hie way h?-r?* flora SEAT SALE THURSDAY Prices. nights: $l 00 to 13.00; Mats.: SOo to $J.(HK [HAVE you a VITAL SECRET? Tonlaht Nj30?VI Mat. Thar*. M< stirs. Lcc and J. J. Nhubert Present "THE MOOD OF THE MOON" A New American Tiramn I:V Clevr* Klnkead. Author of ??Common Clay" With ALMA TELL EVERT WEEK II6HT RAIN OR SHIIE DANCING 01 MARBLE TO MUSIC DIVINE SlSO ?a 23 GREATER PENN GARDENS ?'ran. Are. ?t Slit St. N.W. Reflated?Popular Prlees?\? Eitraa BRASS BAIO?TWICE EVERT OAT S-K-A-T-l-N-G la the Oaly Rlak la City and Aasrrtea's Finest THE COLISEUM I'raaa. Arc. at 9th Over Center Mkt. Kail} l 11.10 to 3?8 ta II?Suadays 3 ta 5?H to I0i30. HAVE YOU A VITAL SECRET? i AHAI TONIGHT. 8:20 M.-WRNk WE|j. mats. SAT COHAN A HARRIS Prevent THE ROYAL VAGABOND A COHANIZKD OPKR \ fOMiqi l With KOBINHON NKIIBOU) WEEK BEG. SUNDAY, JAN. 11 "'?"' "ES WED. A SAT. SEATS THURSDAY A mimle show | of Mint hit" Delirious hn mot. fn??? Inic romnnee I mid eaptlval- ' ni show Klrls. SPECIAL CONCERT Thnradny JiOA Afteraoon "??ww Ilelnseo Thenter JANUARY 22 Russian Symphony Orchestra MODEdT ALTKHVLBR, Condnetor Tlekets ?2.0O, ?i -,o. .ion?1221 r St. Phone Mala 30M GAYETY Hip! Hip! Hooray! Girls With Hurry l>. VVrH nnd Helen McClaln Neat w'k 'Boetonlana.' wlthPrankTlnne^r HAVE YOU A VITAL SECRET? SECOND CONCERT DIPLOMATIQUES Itl'.I.ASI <> TMKATK.n Saaday Ei?.. Jaaaary II. HiSO P.M. MME. JULIA CLAUSSEN (entralle Metropolitan Oprrn ( ompiinj leopoldT 'godowsky PIANIST Tlekets KIM. M ao. K.an. ?! M ?iaa. ? I l?li?e> Tbmlrr ?e<l 1231 F ?#. ?M. J AMUSEMENTS f AMUSEMENTS MOORE'8 RIALTO THEATER ? lath Al U II A. M.?ALL W?CElt ?II P. >? Firet National Exhibitor* Pre***u ANITA STEWART In a Drama of Stag* Lift "MIND THE PAINT OIRL" Ft9m th? Play by Sir Arthur Wing Pinoro '>fcW.lr?ll?? A<?f< MOOBEB GARDEN THEATER KIXTH MKT. DAE II A. N.?ALL WBKK-II P. H. J. Parker Read, Jr., Prwnte An Etquuite, Thrilling, Super Production The "Lone wolf's DAUGHTER 99 Sequel to "The Lone Wolf and "FaUefacee" By Ijouia Joeeph Vance Uwtwtral ??lll?? l?lwH< AlllUrtct MOORE'S STRAND THEATER KI.\TH AT U A. M.?ALL WKKK?II P. I Samuel Goldwyn Present i MABEL NORMAND IN P INTO A Peppy, Sparkling Comedy of New York arid Arizona iKrlil Miuie Kfcwrt 1. O K WW PALACE tiif.a ?TODAY AHD ALL DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IW "WHEN THE CLOUDS ROLL Br OTHER ADDED NUMBERS jriCXT WEEK CHARLES RAY ?la IM H*t I>*llara" I. O E Wd TIIKATER COLUMBIA TODAT?TOMORROW?WED. BILLIE BURKE "WARTED?A HUSBAND" EXTRA PROGRAM HITS TODAY'S BEST ATTBACTIONSl IN WASHIKGTONt FOREMOST THEATERS m m CRANDALL'S F SL AT TENTH mm Metropolitan TODAY AND ALL WEEK Clara Kimball Young In the Greatest Picture of the Year "EYES OF YOUTH" SPECIAL ADDED FEATI'ItES mm HURRAH'S Eighteenth and Columbia Read Knickerbocker TODAY, HECIftNING AT ?i30 P. M. Clara Kimball Young in "EYES OF YOUTH" MANY ADDED HITS 8:30 Auditorium Thursday Evening 13th ?n?l X. Y. Ave. OLGA SAMAROFF PIANIST EDWARD LANKOW Itnaan. Mftri>|mlll*n Off* Tlrkrt<, fl.OO. fl.M, *1 0?. Offtr* T. Arthur *mttli. IMM_f) at. Friday Afternoon 1.41) NATIONAL 4.JU Theater NEW YORK Philharmonic Orchestra JOSRF STRANSKY, Cnndnctor. Fotirlh Concrrt Ton Slur horlM. Ttrkota. ?1.00, fl.M. $1.00. Offlco T. \rthnr Nmllb, IXOO (. at. B.F.KEITH'S"; i;S5 SMMfNOL'H'JS' !,'? 0?pp?<l by Two C*mlr Co HUri LEW "?i?" QIINN DOCKSTADER &1* iJSTSl '? ANNA IIKIJ). Jr., * KM MKT OII.POYLK "Etplolla of ?h* Krrmu Hnb F-B" Film*. 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