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Ardmorc, Sunday, April 18, 1915.
PAGE THREE At Ardmore Photo-Play Houses THE DAILY A RD MOREITE flfi Your Girl and Ming "Your Girl and Mine" A World Film Feature in 6 Acts ..Majestic Theatre.. THURSDAY, April 22 Admission Always - 5 and 10 cents ally designed for her, her pleasing per sonality stands out all the more mark edly and distinctly. Thursday, April 22, World Film Cor poration presents 'Your Girl and Mine" in six acts. Olive Wyndham forsook the 'legiti mate" stage for the time to pose as the heroine of the play. Katheriu Kaelred, leading lady of "Joseph and His lirethren," took the part of a wom an lawyer battling for the right. Syd ney liooth, or "The Yellow Ticket" company, posed as the hero of the ex pcriment. John Charles and Kather ine Henry played the villain and the "honest working girl." About three hundred secondaries were engaged along with the principals. It is melodrama of the most thrill ing sort In spite of the fact that there is a moral concealed in the very title of the play. Hut who is worired by a moral in a play which has an exciting hand-to-hand light between a man and a woman in one of the earliest acts when the quick march of events range from a wedding to a murder and au automobile abduction scene that breaks alll former speed records. "The cause" comes in most subtly and poet ically, a symbolic figure that "fade in and fades out" at critical periods in the plot. Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, . the famous suit rage leader, appears i personally in the film. "Your girl and Mine" is a big play ; with a big mission built on a big scale. It is a whole evening's enter ! tainmetit, and a very interesting even ing at that. ROYAL THEATRE, "THE TIGRESS," TODAY ONLY The big success 'The Tigress' comes to the Royal for today only. This pic ture has shown to packed houses all over the country and is known as one of the bes-t produced. It is a film with a deep meaning and causes one to think after seeing it. Monday the great Francis X. Uush inan, winner of the "Ladies' World" popularity contest, win ue Here in a big 3-reel production from the Kssanay studios, entitled "The Great Silence. in this picture Air. liusliman lias am ple scope for his many qualities as a screen actor, and in many scenes ap pears at his best. Tuesday, April 20tli, Marguerite Clark, full of her usual charm and sweetness, returns to the Royal, in "The Goose Girl, a picturization of Harold McGrath's most famous roman tic novel. Miss Clark will be pleas antly remembered by picture fans as THEATORIUM TODAY the river bed of the Arkansas as be tween the state, the tribes, and ripari an owners, which was to have been tried here, has been transferred to the Enid term. It will probably be heard there in June. The transfer was ac complished by stipulation of attorneys. Many of the issues in the Arkansas river bed cases are identical with those of the Cimarron river, now pend ing In the eastern district federal court. The whole bed of the Arkan sas river in Oklahoma is in litigation, but the values that lend Interest to the suit are in the Osage, Tulsa and othe counties In the oil fields. This portion of the river bed was estimat ed to be worth several million dollars because of the otr values under the river bed. MAJESTIC THEATRE! TODAY And TOMORROW (Sunday and Monday) VIVIAN MARTIN IN "The Arrival of Perpetua" A "Shubert" Feature in 5 Acts iafc Admission Always 5 and 10c Hank Mann and Gertrude Selby in 2 Reel L-Ko Comedy Scream. If you like screen comedy you'll get double - distilled laughs and funny thrills from the acting of Hank Mann in this ridiculous L-Ko farce. Hank Is unlike any other screen comedian. His '.fun is all his own and with the pret- the quaint little orphan girl in "The l,t!Hl 01 "meu.ein.es. uenruue ae.oy. Crucible." which was shown at the' Ilaylnic opposite him, thi two-reel Royal a few weeks ago. This pretty 'reu 111 ls tt triple-plated mirth con llttlp actrpss I considered hv many as 11 tu" uu UV ... ..,..,,.,, ,r,i mo P,.i,rr,i ' laughter and will be shown at Certain it is that she Is very clever! Theatorium today (Sunday) matinee, and charming and is almost if not quite as popular with moving picture lovers as "Our Mary." TO THE NORTH AND EAST THE next time you make a trip north ward or eastward, it will pay you to give the Frisco a trial. We have a larger percentage of all-steel equipment than any other rail way in our territory. Our din ing cars and eating houses are managed by Fred Harvey. You get the full worth of your money when your ticket reads "Frisco." L. C. HERNDON Agent with the "THE ARRIVAL OF PEPETUA" Majestic Theatre, with Vivian Martin, Today and Tomorrow l'erpetua is a ricli little girl, an or phan, with a guardian very much old er than herself. This man ls an ab sent minded dreamer unaware ofhls responsibility to Perpetua. The girl wanted to live in her guardian's house but Instead went to her father's half sister's Miss Majerdie, an angular spin ster'of 60, with a predilection for mon keys, parrots, cats and dogs. l'erpetua is not happy In this an tique environment, so she runs away and forces herself upon her moody guardian, Thaddeus. He endures her for a time and finally ships her back to his sister's. The pretty girl is pur sued by several suitors whose ardor cools w hen she is said to be not worth a cent. And here the moody guardian steps in. He has loved the girl, but her wealth has prevented him from declar ing his affection for her. But now that she is poor, he doesn't hesitate to of fer himself. In a story of this character it is ob vious that the refined artistry of Miss Martin finds adequate scope. This beautiful girl shines in every film in which she is seen, but when the entire framework of the play has been especi- only 1 Friday, April the "All-Star" Fea ture Corporation presents Dustin Far mini, America's foremost portrayer of western characters in Richard Har ding Davis powerful story of adven ture and revolution picturized in 6 parts, entitled 'Soldiers of Fortune." This production is under the personal direction of Mr. Augustus Thomas and was produced with the aid and co-operation of the U. S. navy and Cuban army. The story Is too well known to require lengthy description. Suf fice it to say, the screen adaptation Is true to the story in every detail. FED T I I fill T TOMORROW SEVERAL CASES OF CONSIDERA BLE INTEREST ON DOCKET, IN CLUDING VIOLATIONS OF THE MANN LAW. "Under the Table" "LKO" Comedy scream, in two reels, with Gertrude Selby, Hank Mann and Reggie Morris To-day (Sunday) MONDAY, APRIL 19th "The Opening of Universal City" The only city in the world devoted exclusively to the making of Motion Pictures. Two thousand people engaged in this wonderful industry make this city their permanent home. ' t (Universal, of Course) ..THEATORIUM.. Oklahoma City, Okla., April 17. The spring term of federal court will be gin In this city Monday. It was de ferred a few weeks beyond the regu lar term time owing to an assignment of Judge Cotteral to hold court In Tul sa. The first two weeks of the term here will be occupied with the quiety docket and then Will come the crim inal cases. Of the latter there are several involving alleged violations of the Mann law and one or two others of Interest. The criminal docket ls not nearly so heavy as a year ago when the Uncle Sam Indictments were on the docket. j .The cases involving ownership of PLUMBING Jobbing Receives Prompt Attention ALL WORK GUARANTEED EstimaU s Cheerfully Given E. S. PAGE Phone 86 No. 6 B St., N.W. icDfmW A mm (SUNDAY) TO-DAY "The Tigress In Five Massive Parts Monday, April 19th Francis X. Bushman I n "The Great Silence" In Three Reels FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN TUESDAY, APRIL 20th MARGUERITE CLARK "THE GOOSE GIRL" A Picturization of Harold McGrath's most famous Romantic Novel. "THE SPOILERS 99 I 1 L.liS tr:& Will i fTTjim.w im Kathlyn Williams After Rex Beach's Master Novel Throbbing, thrilling, realistic, convincing. A story of the great Alaskan placer mines. A man's brute strengthhis equally strong love. A piquant adven turess and the innocent tool of some master mischief makers. Featuring the "Selig" all-star cast, headed by WM. FARNUM as GLENISTER And KATHLYN WILLIAMS as CHERRY MALOTTE Shows Begin 1:00, 3:00; 5:00, 7:00 and 9:00 p. m. THURSDAY, APRIL 22d Admission to this Feature - 10 and 20 cents I