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Producing
iffty thou.and de.l.r.oorporetion
by Washington .men .ill enter
of theatrical produoers dur
s.eming season according to the
naainat of the Incorporation of
1ut.al Production Company this
t ot* B.ll, .ell known to Wash
g. bne of the founders. of the
Players of 1919 and 1920 and
mhe ow.r et th.t sorganisation,
L:.' ,,du
bMe a[ ti esi ia.oena argan
et Its kind that Washington
.gem. Not only w.s its artbs
ranked ahe.d of every stock
yin the United State. by New
authorities, but many theatrical
to and records were shattered
Its stay in Washington. For
fiet time in lona history a num
rt play. ran fe more than one
- and the personnel of the com
lated m.ny names that are now
on Broadway mn electric lights.
e a wa mith, son of T. Ar
-8mith the local concert impre
and who has been =.so*iated
.,. .t .g. thatr,. hm.n.d
in ptre companies In America,
TRAND THEATER
auhrtiesc.ibnt iannountrced
anevi7re and Pictures
at m Stra.. Thetr for
. e. tncn) hy, a re.a
-1or a for oe o-than pop
the pera..nn. o. t srn
fistd may a ta.t areb.o,
at.Lesleit. eot o "T. A.z.
ai.. ea....rt to.. and
movng ictre mani.es "Ind A.er.
wl e s.eet and te.. o.t ete
at o the ...hatram
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Gisit aGrea te Sha
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8I
ns Head Nezw
Company
will be George Preston Marshall who
was also one of the founders bt the
Qarrick Players and producer of the
Auditorium Players of Baltilnore. Mr.
M hsball is also the prdducer of
"oo""I'll Say She Does," 'The
Poppy God." and "That Pool Duff" all
of which are now headed for Broad
wal.
While the new company will conduct
a general theatrical business its pri
mary object will be to pro?auce ten
new plays that have already been ae
lected and a number of others by som.
of the best known authors in Amer:
oa Including Samuel 8hipman, atthor
of "Dast Is West" and "Friendly
Bnes,les;" Montague Glass, author of
"Potash and Perlmutter;" Fred Jack
'son, author of "The Full House," "Two
Little Girls in Blue" and "The Hole in
the Wall," and Channing Pollock,
author of 'The Sign on the Door."
"The Crowded Hour," "Clothes," etc.
Among the plays selected for produc
tion by the new company are "T1*
Weakest link," "If." "Wings," "The
New Cindeaemla." "Point of View."
''Matri-money," "Affinities," "Genesis
XVI." "The Clinging Vine" and "Love
Nesters." It is very probable thaj
first production of these plays will be
made in this city as negotatlma are
now pe=ding for a theater.
LOEW'S' COLUMBIA
"Too Wise Wives"
'Too Wise Wives," Lois Weber's
vivid and sumptuous screen analysis
of the problem of modern wedpok, in
which Louis Calhern, Moos Lisa and
Claire Windsor have the roles of chief
importance, will be given its premiere
Washington screen presentation at
Loew's Columbia Theater this after
noon, where it will remain for the en
tire wek
In developing the theme et "To
Wise WIves"M Mis Weber han em
plcyed a dramatic east of bet four
principals. The action enters about
two normal Amneria upperciass
ci. One woman loved her hun
band not wisely but too well, and his
highs domestic ambition was to be
let aloa, The other wife, who bed
contracted a mara,of , eonven
lines, pandered to her knhand's comn
fleet though in thought she was not
faithful to him.
With this situationm an the basis of
her themne, Miss Weber reveals how
the first huband, 6tu'dened by a too
aitftve wife, began to dream of the
ether wife, whom he one fheed he
loved. This woman, not loving her
own husband, feels her bunting In
stincts aroued .and atn..pe to win
feer herself a sw.stheam-t la th$ pr
of this tem. Then comeis a ella
whersin the tooettive wife, Inter
osptn a nete between her lhOend
and the other woman, lays bek'e the
40-MILE lIVER TRIP
4 TWAT AT 2:36
.m es Mitmte tessae
CMU. MACALESTER
Lea.e rth it. wharf at 30S
tes.eew-rteatag to Winah
aime su,:ts am. t
Marsll Hall
Sitaneer Chrle Mhaiultssr
19DAT-&Od8 A. N., S:30 A 5:45 P. N.
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DANCING
ET WNER DAT.
A si. e e
vhole situation and with both famliee
wrought to the verge of scahdal, both
vives have their errors revealed co
them and realise the path that leads
to happines and a better. understand
ing.
Miss Weber has not wily evolved a
singularly powerful study of the mar-.
riage problem, but she embellished the
photograpphlc scenes with the most
luxurious furnibhings Rnd atmosphgre.
It is a production marked throughout
by the brilliant and unusual inter
pretative power of this fa ius womar.
director and there is lnttR doubt that
In point of scenic magnifIcence and
splendid dramatic force. 'To Wise
Wives" exceeds by far the 'mark at- I
tained by those two more recent I
Weber productions, "Whet's Worth 1
While?" and "To Plas One Woman."
In keeping with the tone . of this
splendid featured producxtio. the Co.
lumnbla will present in addation a pow- 1
erful and fascinating Array of added {
screen and musical attractions of the I
first rank.
B. F. KEITH'S
Ethel Barrymore
Ethel Barrymore, the famous dra
matic star, following her renent tour in
"Declasae." has accepted, through
Charles Prohman, Ine., her managers,
a seven weeks' engagement in Keith
vaudeville, one of them given to Wash
Ington, and she will be seen at B. F.
Keith's Theater tomorrow,- commeno
Ing with tomorrow's matinee and con
cluding next Sunday night. In her
support is Included James Kearney. of
this city, for years with Maude Adsmq.
and himself one of the great
managers of the lst decade. Miss
Barrymore will present Sir J. M. Bar
rie's one-act comedy "The Twelve
Pound ($40) Look" In which her per
sonal magnetism and artistio force are
cleverly combined In the role. MKi
Barrymore in seasons pathas been
seen here In Keith van between
her dramatic seasons and the patrons
of the. two-aday pay homage in the
form of enthusiastic and applauding
hosts of well-wishers. An extraor
dinary atn ce is expete by
Maniager ne wo has noet in
creamed the prices and who provided
additional facitiles for handling the
ticket buyers with the greatest poe
sible dispatch.
The extra added attraction wlfl be
Tom Patricola asmisted by Irene Del
roy in '*The Girl and the Dancing
Pool," a novelty that has lifted Pat
ricola Into the stellar clam.. 'I'he
popular musical comedy star, Jack
McGowan, who sang "The Love Nest"
Into fame Is another of the .more Im
portant offerings, while another Is
Charles Oloott, the sug Qompossr and
comedian with Mary Ann in 'Tharlie's
longs."
Others' are the Eight FTying.- Blue
Devils In AraMian whirlwind and deri
Ish dancing; Willam Sully and.Gane
vieve Houghton in a funny trifle called
"Calf Love;" Brent Heyes, the master]
of the hanjo; Layton, a juggler alongI
the ney lines of- definess; Aesop's]
Fables, Topics of the Day, and the]
usual additions. '
1DI.KI
Dsily i:i I Suia,t 1;t }
A 3ar. Usest Iute Year'sA
ETHL!.L Ul
"THE TWELVE P0
TOM PATRICOLA
nah totee as Pany u
in "pherne' Seegs"
WILLIAM SULLY A BElEIEVE
Nb. Master e h aj etMa
Tedag 8 and al: MOWAD I
t t
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LOEW'S P A LACE
"T he Man Who"
Bert Lyteln. the brUtiant young estar,
ir begin a week's engagment al
Oew's Palae Theatrr this P Lter
oon in "The Man Who," hi. latsst
iarring production and the Mawell
arger picturisstion of Lyd Os
orne's hilariously funny romance of
he same name that first appeared Io
he Saturday Evenitg Post. In this,
hich is eaaly one of the gRrasesl
itares that ever bsought him tc
he screen. Mr. Lytell is briliantly
rpported by Lucy Cotton and al
rzceptional cast that inclu4es Vtr
rinla VPrni. Frank CurrItr. Tammany
'sng. Fred Warren. Clarence Elhner,
Ifarye,Lou ise Beatori and many others
he Who" reveals Mr. Lytell
a the role of Bedfojd Mills. a wounded
steran of the Argonne. who meeti
us fate at a garden party for the
midiers tendered by St. John Jessop,
Bedford's fate is Jessop's daughter,
Eelen. who not only first-aids him
when he faints from too much excite
nent and Ice cream but who confidei
bat the man she will marry is the
nan who has done something worth
While.
In a desperate effort to be a Man
Who, the young veteran appeared on
he street faultiessly. garbed for as
.fternoon social affair but minus his
thoes. Arraigned in court. be mys
ie cannot afford to pay shoe prices,
a out to break the shoe trust and ia
ommnended by the Judge as a pubic
tprited citisen. -This proved too much
'or the aristocratic Ifelen who die
nisses him forthwith but on the wing
at his intense popularity and the bare
'oot crase he launched, came a sub.
:tute fate in 'the person oft Mary
Iurner, an artist. and when the Ar
ronne veteran confided his real feel
ngs to Mary, she admitted that she
oved him, even though her father
,wned the ghoe trust that he was
'busting."'
Although "The Man Who" win eon
ftitute the featured offering of then
Palaoe program for the full week be.
inning today, it will be delightfuliy
jupplementid with a splendid array of
ldoed mausicai and aomeen subjects of
be first rank.
Next Week at Keith's
Negt week at B. F. Keith's the of
~ering will be headlined by Cecil Lear
ld Cleo Mayfleld .In "Rehearsing,'
wnd the supporting acts will include
he Cameron Sisters; Billy Gazton and
sompany In "The Junior Partner;'
herman Timberg, presenting "LUttm
Sits." Stan Stanley; Lynch and Zeller;
owe, Feeley and Stella; Maxine
Brothers and ,Bobbie, and the usal
'egular numbers.
saTd
UND ($60) L.OOK"
-' te*-eehr Aet-m
JACK MoGOWAN
iosNT0'l "AF LWE
rON Atteps uaus
cLASa, waN Eovax, Wre,
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KNICKERBOCKER *
Double Feature Bill
CrsadaM's ienaakrboh>bst Theater ,
today and tomorrow wEi present a d
double-feature bil that will take rank 0
as the most diverting and most msn. r
torious photoplay -program of the a
na-mm. The chief attraction will be lh
"Home Stoff," In which the stenar u
role I played by Viola Dsna the aon.
panifo4&ture, Harold lloyd in his h
latest two-reel aughter speci6, a
"Among Those Pres." ' b
"Homne Stuff" plee.s sa the i
Hpeen the humorous tory of a atrand. d
ed show girl who is compelled to adept n
hereslt to the mode of lte folowed in a
a small rural communsity. She meets
genuine romance and real adventure
while trying to reconcile her worldy a
views to the narrow groove et Buck- N
eye Junction's hauai thought, and
Is Instrumental In shaping events in A
such a manner that the cpmax of the a
picture marks an interval of corn- I
mandns dramatic powet. -The sup- I
pon cast includes Tom Gallery,
Bonner and numerous others
of note.
"Among Those Present," relates
the highly laughable experiences of
a f'esh young bellhop in a fashionable
hotel who masquerades as Europe's
foremost sportsman and atteid the
house party and hunt of the O'Briens,
newly rich. The comic poesubilities
of this situation will be apparent to 1
all who are familiar with the Lloyd
brand of wholesome, high-speed fun.
Mildred Davis is cast opposite the
star and lends her manifold harms
to the enrichment of a mnajority el
the comedy's lively scenes.
On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thureda,y,
and Friday of the current week, the
Knickerbocker will be closed for per
poses of interior decoration, ropen
ing for the Sturday matinee. July 3O,
when "Made In Heaven," starring
Tom Moore, will be presented. The
story Is of a young fireman who won
an heiress.
GREAT FALLS PARK
Today may be spent at Great Falls
Sk amid ideal surrounding. and
utiful shady groves. picturesq~ue
falls, historic ruins, and a oarety of
outdoor amus*ements are to be en
joyed. Concerts afternoon and even
ing by ladies' owchestra.
Every week day there is dancing in
the larg-e pavilion overlooking the falls.
Fishing, kodaking, and boating are to
be Indulged in here to one's heart's
content. The trip through nearby Vfr
ginia countryside Is a pleasant fea
ture of the day's outing.
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CLOSED TOR ONE WEEK
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ALTO PATRONS WILL NJ
THAN THE TIME MENTI
BEEN 80 ARRANGED THA
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WILL AS CUSTOMARY, Cl
REOPENING IN THE kAL
OUGYLY RENOVATED AN.
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CRANDALL'S
"Trust Your Wife"
Ds t topepriy frotets
maf -"own of prs ng d e aoeast
botppiay features of a first
artng each week, ]randall'sto
wginning this afternoon will offer
c the full 1Vrlod of seven. days,
atherine MacDotsM in "Trust Your
rife." This engressing subject ha
rver before been given a pubic
esentation in the e5kital sad wfl
o geognsled as one the maost en
rtalaing soiety dramas of the year.
"Trest Your WIs" 10 from an
rInal story by Charles Ricbman.
tso appears in the leading male
Ae opposite Miss MacDeal . It
spiots the unftrtunste experiesces
r a beautiful young wife who ano.
ntly Incurs hr bnband's suspicion
ad pays heavy penalte as a result
r hom reae.tent. The In
, lavish and the entire of
be drama carried forward amil the
avirons of wealth 1ud fashioll. It is
erhpse fr this reason that Mis
reDoasl. celebrated as "the AmerI
an beauty," appers more zadb n
eautiful than I ay of her earlier
leases. In addition to Mr. flgUk
Ban, the east inal a long Hlt of
istiMgulehed whose attain.
meats both on the stage and on the
reen lasare a gallery of por.
raltures rarely equaled In silent
The i for the week will be agree
bly augmented by a variety of sub
diary flm features., toremgt among
hich may be mentioned the new
emera farce, "Short and Snapp"."
,ddtonal short reels and specially
rranged and synchronised pipe ar
an aoonmpanIment will round out a
iW of esoeptional appeal
Chesapeakk Beach
Chesapeake Beach, Washington's
ltlantic City. just an hour's ride
rom the city, offers an ideal spot
or those who desire a pleasant
lunday outing. Varied attractions
alke the resort of universal ap
eal. Salt water bathing, excellent
Ishing for trout and hardheads,
eating, and canoeing are always
opular. Numerous amusernents, in
luding the giant Derby racer and
he merry-go-round, are picturesque
located over the waterm of the
or those who like a qiuiet, reat
A time, the shady picnic grounds
re extremely inviting. On the other
and, thos who like jasand
citement can try the toddle on the
ree dance pavilion. where Prof.
alph Carren's musical clowne play
ntaliing strains.
GARDEN
s:3e 9. a-YDroAT 0NE,-41 p. m.
Universal PresentE
SLADYS WALTOU
In a story of Mstry. Love and
"SEORT SKIRTS"
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