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"The Passing Show
?? Ik tam * ■i - i % y ; zi* f . ) 7 I ^ v | ■ ■* / ,• !\ k dgf ttj, IT* *3 Vi .. .^**40 i f f <v£h| Wrt r '*5 ; £r M L. k *4 I * im r,/ g t. i t , I. 3 L.S . * ■fv I i f I 1 : V . ' : i . - V "Tl 7 ' 4 - f/. _ Wr t t J r r p / ■-y m. ii 4 u _ _ _ The famous Winter Garden rex-ue will be seen at the Playhouse on next Tuesday and Wednesday nights and Wednesday matinee. Billie Burke i — o - ■ : ; ■ ■ , •; ■ : : * - % \<Æ * ■r A ' ' mm . -, Wß -2 IK ' ■ I ^ * mjp'pm m 2 - ■Si K- : m m I . x % f: ■ ; v i • ; ■ ■ ■ : ; » iô. _ She will appear at the Playhouse next Thursday, Friday and Saturday I In "Rose Briar." a new play by Booth Tarklngton. AT THE PLAYHOUSE M Tho Pawing Show.** "Th© Pausing Show." the ninth of It« series, adheres to the policy of Its predecessors. In that many of the popular plays of the past and cur rent seasons are travesties numerous novelties in ballet and There ! are spectacle in 'The Paselns Show." which win be the attraction at the 1 Playhouse on Tuesday and Wednes day of next week The present revue, which Is mdre pretentious, more spectacular and a more any it« predecessor«. 1« divided into two The [act© and nineteen «eene«. Mee«r«. Shnbert have provided an exceptionally capable company of .u minus 1 «Ize. ■ "Rrtsr Briar" Coming. I The cast that Is to appear here at ■ the Playhouse next Thursday. Fri K day and Saturday, in support of Miss ■ Billie Burke. In Booth Tarklngton h anew comedy, "Rose Briar." includes I a-number of exceedingly well-known I players. Including Allan Dinehart. ■ Others in Ihe company are Frank [ Conroy. Richie Ling. Paul Doucet. »Florence O'lYenishn I and Ethel Remey. I appearing here prior to h6r annual I New York season. I De Wolf Hopper In 'The Mikado." I The engagement of De Wolf Hop I per and his Gilbert gmd Sullivan ■ Comic Opera Company at the Play I house for two night« and a matinee, I beginning Tuesday, November 21st. I will be an occasion of delightful I wit and brilliant music for the com Ipany. when they present I Mikado." the most delightful and I merriest comic opera ever written, Bhhd "H. M. S. Pinafore," an equal I ly favored associate. K Mr. H«pper long since attained fthe position of America's greatest I comic opera comedian, and during Lthe past twenty year* no New York ['production of a Gilbert and Sullivan I opera has been considered complete wlihouchis presence In the cast, kin these operas he attains hla results [ by strictly légitimité and artistic I methods. While he has # been a star i for many years, he has never lo«t 'sight of the fart that he needs a I competent company In his support, and this season he probably dtas the finest light opera organisation ever heard In this country. AT THU GARRICK. The Wilmington Players will give , Ju'la Hopt Miss Burke Is "The [»their final performance of that hilari ous farm "Up In Mabel's Room," at the Garrick Theatre this evening. J The incidents that contribute to I the success of the attraction are hi lariously funny, and every mince of the comedy Is brought out hy the rk of the local stock organization. « Comedy follows comedy when next week the Player« will offer Ihe stage production of "Charley's Aunt." This attraction recounts in laugh able scenes Ihe adventures of two college chaps, who, when the proper ,-haperon deserts them, provide for one of their chums to act as "Char ley's Aunt" and chaperone Charley's sweetheart antfe»the uveetheart of his ''T T ,, . , The vaudeville public has enjoyed ! »« theMullest. the act of "The Come Backs/' which headlines the rurrent *™ E== friend. j 2418 Market St. STUDIO YOUNGS Armistice Dance Tonight , \ Voting Contest for Prise Fox Trot and Iiolly-Pop Elimination I>a noe ALWAYS EXCELLENT MUSIC HALLIWELL'S ORCHESTRA DANCE Wednesday Evening, 9 to 12, Pythian Castle Music by MOUSLEY'S SYNCOPATORS "The Hit" of the Hotel Lorrain Cabaret PRIZES—Elimination Dance ADMISSION 50c f D-O-K-K ARMISTICE DANCE TONIGHT, Pythian Castle SPECIAL PRIZES—ELIMINATION WALTZ THE KIMMEY ORCHESTRA ■jamEannit. DANCING 9 TO 12 ; H5WM1 mVWWWVMWWWWMWWWWm ARMISTICE DANCE THE AUDITORIUM 700-06 W. ELEVENTH ST. TONIGHT NOVELTIES DECORATIONS DOUGHNUTS ADMISSION 50c 9-PIECE ORCHESTRA AWWWWVWVWTOWVWWMVWWWHWWWWVWWV 'o' mm Q n i; I I I l >•* ''K \ u ■frv , • b/ < t' ' I A £>. Uih ti cJt t G ^ & t ■jiM J ijfc » Mm MX ■ I. c 1 W' 7 V v * « Dorothy Dalton and Jack, Holt m, the paramount picture 'On the High Seas* At the Queen beginning Monday AT THE MAJESTIC. closing performances Is My Wandering Boy To night." will be given thle evening at the Majestic Theatre The "Where companiment to the picture, once ln the a.ternoon and twice during the * V Ne« week is National Book Week Miss Rose Gerson Is singing an ac and the Majestic Theatre In celebra tion thereof, will show on their pro gram th» picturlratIon of Jack Lon don's thrilling melodrama of the north. 'The Son of the Wolf" In "The Son of the Wolf." which was, based upon Mr. London's two memorable stories, "The Son of the Wolf" and "The Wife of a King." the great author has crammed abun dant drama of the most thrilling na ture. fi AT THE SAVOY. Talmadge Is kidnapped in N< her latest sfarrlr»g Eternal Flame." a vivid plcturiza tlon of Honore Balxac'e story, "L vehicle, "The First National feature whieh is now showing at the Savoy theatre. The kidnapping follows a brilliant ball conducted In the palace of Louis XVIII. It I» caused by General De Montrlveau, who believes that the beautiful duchees has made laughing stock of his love for her On leaving the court ball she finds herself confronted by a strange footman and coachman, who carry her forcibly Into the revengeful oresence of De Mon'rlveau. Telling " , , ' . ._ „ , her he had brought her there to ner no n . . condemn N» » K. M. If Joy, killing his bçllef In hi man na ture. which he denounces as a crime, he avows his Intention of branding her forhead with an infamoua mark pense of those moments revelation of what the'ecreen of Anthony Churchill will ne^ shown for the last time this even.ng. and the are a can give. AT THE ARCADIA, adven lan«h ter-provoking The h "' '.'h.^fonow'ie P of r 6O0 T d h :a O r'.e:; acts and well chosen. On Monday next the new bill will have in Its featured position C. B Maddock's production of "Rubeville" with F»lix Rush. "Rubeville" has been playing the of the leading vaudeville theatres I'nlted Stafes for the thre part Eight of the original com Into the service at the in the late year«, pany went besinnlfiff of hostilities ami returned safely, with the ex war cepllon of one who lost his life la Argonne. Mae Francis a comedy musical songstress 1« featured on the bill. Sh has the stage to herself in a special song performance. Frank Mayo, In the photoplay "Wolf Law." goes with the first pro gram of next week. at Ihe Arcadia Theatre, where they form part and parcel of Owen "Love la An Awful '. ,oor '[f Pâture, Thln *' in great large sires reek More laughs. and huge helpings come next In Harold Lloyd's photoplay "Grand !ma ' s Bo J'- wh , lc 'î 1* 1.^1!«« «m. It . an :ndeflnl,e a " aa »<''"* nt ""Hla"" old-fashioned grandmother ; had raised him through the croup, measles and whooping cough and felt slighted when he dodged thei mumps. At nineteen he was meek. modest and retiring. The boldest His whole life had loud In church been rul-d hy fear. This Is "Grandma's Boy." as Har old Lyold presents.hlm In the opening of his first five-part feature Then an him to rebel against his it cai tl Fired with confidence In rowardlce. spired by a charm given him hy his grandmother—Ihe self me charm she told him that had made his fighter—he zranddaddy a goes forth and rapture« a desperate criminal who had thrown the whole Today th* Queen Theatre will b ° ! busy accommodating the crowds who have put off seing "Burning Sands ' until the last day of its engagement. This attraction which has been likei The Sheik" in its popularity, I» also a ron' a "" of the desert sand, pre *>* a c *" 1 of ' , °P ular P r »P 01 - ,l0 «*- * .. , Another popular comblnatron of .. ... , .. , i players le In evidence In the photo „ 0n ^ ^ Seaa whlPh J . tQ b# , h# QllPen the flrat , hrPP day« of next week. Dorothy Dalton are parties to it This la the first time that these two have appeared together as stars and there la little doubt but that they will appeal to the public. § "On the Tliffh 8eas" is a« its title sufffteat*. a romance of the deep. It !a a well developed adventure story t ^ at f orms splendid acr eenlng. Jack Holt and material forf fQ IMPROVE PINE ST. PLAYGROUND The Board of Park Commission ers. at a meeting yesterday after-1 noon, requested E. R. Mark, super- ! fharie* . attendent of parks. Ernst, of the Community and Service, ure bid« on tli « • Improvement« planned for the Pine «round. street play Clty Council « ill he asked to permit a number of frame build ings in the Brandywine Park to re IThe Home of GOOD PlcturesSO<J With Sensible Prices G NEW j w RAND 11 i OPERA 8 OUSE Sj 8 ( Adulte Children NO 10c [ 5c WAS TAX At All Time«. At Ail Tidies TODAY MONROE SALISBURY. In The Big Picture of the North Country, "THE GREAT ALONE" Also a Big Two-Real Century Comedy. "SOME FAMILY" And RATHE NEWS. • âSCOÎOS *S®5C«0500CCOOOCC? ^ PLAYHOUSE—next TUES., WED. MATINEE WEDNESDAY '9 V, PRICES: Night«—Orchestra, »2.50: Baleony. 2 rows »2 00, 4 rows »1.50. 5 rows #1.00; Gallery. 75c. Mallnee—Orchortra. *1.50: Balcony. « rows »1.00. 3 rows 75c; Gallery. 50c. All pins tax. The New York Winter Garden'» Annual Revue The Biggest Musical Spectacle on Earth All Star Cast Including Sa< Howard Will Phllbrlck John Quinlan Wm. Pringle Frank Master« Rob Gilbert Antony Joachim Jack Dempsey Victor Bozart Jack Hall Helen Remstrom Alexa. Dagmar Margert Wood Peggy Brown Lillian Norwood Norma Hamilton Mary Gleason Nancy Lee r rancit Mahoney Abe Aronson 8M Ï I > $ A ii fl A Costume« Gorgeous, Glittering Efforts of the COI/OSSAI. SCENES 2200 A CARNIVAI^P TRAVESTY IN Eclipsing In Gramlcur and Elegance AH Former Famous Winter Garden Productions Produced I nder the 26 : if > A Personal Direction of Mr. J. J. Shnbert. An Aurora Borealis of Bewildering Beauties 4 U \ KW'FOivT \FF \IRS Special to The Eveolnç Journal. NEWPORT. Nov. 11 —The 1922 Red Cross drive will be launched Misa Helen A. here on Monday Cranston, chairman of this district, ha» »elected Ml»» Rebecca Springer, H V P»rg and Mm Emma S Ma r Vhe Te.X'rr r oVt'L h 7ch7o! n Mrs Frances McCoy, the Mi.ee» Anna Rowe. Anna Bland. Alma McKnett. Mable Bromley. Hattie VJny.rd and Mrs Whitehead attended the State Convention of Teachers held at Dover. Thursday Some of the work of the Newport children was exhibit ed at ihe convention Delaware Orange will hold a rally and dinner on Monday evening In Grange Hall. Miff Lillian Becker, of Kennet! Square, is «perking the week-end here a« the guest of Ml»» Margaret W Seeds Oroome. Mr, and Mrs. Oeorge spending the week-end at Tern plevllle. Md , as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guerney Knotts. Miss Alice Cooper 1» confined to her home by Illness Mr* Anna Wham*, of State Rorfd. Is spending sometime here, as guest of Mr. and (Jroome. »r« th»* Mrs W F Mrs. M. Mitchell, of Port also a recent guest of Penn, was Mr. and Mrs. Groome. Mih and Mrs. C. W. Maclasy had' their guests on Thursday evening. Mrs. H, W. Maclary and as Mr. and . >•" Harry and Mis. Florence A P LP'»**y. of State Road Mies Emma Maclary had as her reek-end. the Misées guest, over Ihe Ann R Harkins and Helen M. Mur phy.^of WlImhugon^O»her^gues^» th Csrier^and Naomi Brackln and Cllf ^ glmp s on of Ma-whallton. ami Mias 8. W. Brackln. of W.lmlng'on. ■ ma : n . c i tJ - counci', Building Inepector Preston called attention to the fact Recently In a communication that the Board of Park Commission era had rented as dwellings several buildings, for w slon had been given In the bul.ldlng of the Washington street bridge and fra had been turned over to the Park Commission when the bridge was (Inishrd. \ The financial report of the super Intendent showed the balance for last month to be 1*930.81; receipts. Total of 8 7343.35; expen 1414.54. ditures. (6425.29; of »920.06. iking a balance PLAYHOUSE, Nextjhur, JAJA MATINEE SATURDAY F. ZIEGFELD, JR., presents BILLIE BURKE —IN— ROSE BRIAR A NewComedy by BOOTH TARKINGTON Miss Burke supported by ALLAN DINEHART and an exceptional cast, including t Florence O'Denishawn, Julia Hoyt, Ethel Remsey, Frank Conroy, Richie Ling, Paul Doucet and others. PHIC'KS: OrHirrfm. S2.r»ft: RaJinhij, 2 row« $2, 4 row« Mailn cp ■O rchwKr». %l 50 .3 row« ti oo. 2 row« 75c. tiallcry. 50i\ *2.0«: Balcony, « rows SI.SO, » rows »I.O«. 2 rows T5c. Gallery, 50c. All plus tax. SEATS MONDAY 2 NIGHTS TUES., NOV. 21 " STARTING 7 DE WOLF] HOPPER MAT. WED. And His Famous Gilbert & Sullivan Comic Opera Company In th« Two Moot Popular Comle Opera« Ever Written. Tue». Night and Wed. Mat. AMERICA'S GREATEST OPERATIC COMEDIAN /*< ompany of 50 horus of 30 ompany 's own orchestra omplele productions THE MIKADO Wednesday Night H. M. S. Pinafore • I ». L Between the art« Mr. Hopper will reelte "C«»ey at Ihe Bat." Seat Sals Next Thursday. Mall Orders Now PRICES: Night«—Orehestra. IS rows S2.50, 4 rows S2.00: Ral eony, 2 rows »2.0«. 4 rows »1.50. 3 rows »1,0«, 2 rows T5e. Gallery. 50e. Matinee—Orehestra, »I.30; Baleony, « rows »1.00. 5 rows 75c. Gallery. 50c. All plus tax. RABBI LEVINGER TALKS WORLD W AR | In keeping with Armnatlce Pay. the Rev I.e» .1 Levlnger addressed ,h a congregation of the Temple of Truth " ■** °" ,he »ubje,-, "' ara Ending." He recalled the ' happlnaae of the soldier* on the from when tht war ended four years ago Dr Levi tiger who I» a veteran of the World War, having, served In Franc, as a chaplain. I. author of the book. A Jewish Chap lain In Franc- He was recently «Pointed raohl of Temp e Beth hmeth In this city. H,Ä A'ldre«« of list nl*ht follow« ,n P ,rtî f , cle ©gate* of thirty million 'eterans of the allied nations have , passed a program of universal ' h"* 0 ' " ,al<! the rabbi. I above 'all have "and they a right so to do. They know the horrors of war: they have given much to defend their re spectlve countries: they desire to prevent their children making the me sacrifices in their tarn. • 'The men and women who have suffered hv war who know war for what If », can put an end to war The veterans of the world can and must unite to outlaw war and lead Ih9 world to lasting peaca." LAST TIMFÜ TONIGI UpInMabel's Room Tonight's Gift Poland'» Jewelry Store wHI give a lady » combination vanity cate Every Saturday night this NEXT WEEK Matinees Wed. and Sat The Wilmington Players in The Everlasting Comedy CHARLEY'S AUNT PRICES ds. Mats.. 25 and 35c. Tax Mo nday Night 2-4-1 DR. SPRINGER HAS SIXTH OF DOLLAR The exhibit of coin» at the Delà ware Trust Co.. I» arousing much I Inlereit. Polk» who have some rare! com* or paper• money of th, Ir own. I R y n n d their piece, covered in JA , ? r , t pr , n 5. er ' C ' "L. ~e J" " Tr '"* Ç°" Ju) ,JJJJ.? * ^ ^ I|n „ rf . prr ,^ ntcd „„„ of , lar _ Dr 8prlnif , r , ook ap , 0 , m , n , h , D . a „ ar , Trua! Co . an ,, Man . r Z#rb , ah „ wert hlm a | mi , ar pap , r money os well as some fro.m the press of Benjamin Franklin himself. It remained for Charley Palmer. the Insurance man. to ask for one coin that was not In the collection I nqulring of Scott 8. Baker, Secre ( ary of Delaware Trust, whether >ign of vantage " was there. Mr. p a | mrr was referred to the manager of the exhibit, who «'as unable to produce such a specimen. He said, 1 . £ / jj J Photoplay Headline Feature "The Comebacka" LAST TIMES TODAY / n* * Little Minister' All Star Acta MARKET ST. AT EIGHT / / ALDINE B. F. KEITH'S / A / A rOXTIXI OCS PERFORMANCE 12.3« to 11 P M SU'RKMK PHOTOPLAYS AND •' A . A / A POPULAR VAUDEVILLE IF IT'S GOOD A3!I SEMENT. ITS heÄe - A / .* A / A A A / A A 3 DAYS, STARTING MONDAY. NOVEMBER 13 A WHALE OF A BILL > / A .«■ A VAUDEVILLE SPECIAL PHOTOPLAY Extraordinary Headline Feature C. B. Maddock presents Vaudeville's Big Rube Act Rubeville With FELIX RUSH Comedy, Music, Singing and Dancing ß BIG TIME ACTS 6 SPECIAL FEATURE Alone worth the price of admission FRANK MAYO Supported by Sylvia Breamcr In a Romantic Story of Thrills and Adventure "WOLF LAW' . :■ > .* / A A A A * A A A ✓ U yy ,■ A A A A A A A A / c Special Comedy, News Aesop's Fables / - .* A ■ ' A MAT., 10c, 15c, 25c. NIGHT, 20c, 30c, 40c. Pius Tax. / / / Matinee Price* Dally until H p. Id., except Saturday ami Hnlidays when price« change at S p. in. A A <■ A 1 LAST TIMES "LOVE IS AN AWFUL THING" $ / TODAY Starring OWEN MOORE 2 Don't Mias It! A Hilarious Farce Comedy / ARCADIA A Starting MONDAY A ✓ A. A A ' A A THE LAUGHTER LEADER A A A A A A A < c Five Riotous Reels of Joy A ✓ 4 # A M / A A Harold . A A A A / Lloyd /Ik 4' / ✓ M A A A A ✓ In his big feature comedy m A ✓ ✓ A* A A Grandma's ✓ A *<am A A A f ' s. A Boy P? . / ✓ / .* / A Some Joy 1 K Some Bo, ! Lloyd - « latest and Mom Original Comedy ITS GREAT! ✓ A / A. A ✓ / / / ✓ A A ✓ BIG MONDAY MATINEE GRANDMA AND BOY MATINEE TWO ADMITTED FOR THE PRICE OF ONE "Grandma, Bring Your Boy»" A / A A /• ✓ .• > A m r, - ✓ ✓ "Boy», Bring Your Grandmas" Purchases must be made for orchestra »eats / A A / Last Times Today WHERE IS MY WAN- i DERING BOY TONIGHT? ' The Picture Beautiful A A_ Last Times Today "BURNING SANDS A Milton Sills and All-Star Cast / • I ✓ / ^QUEEN r MAJESTIC, ✓ ✓ A / MON., TUES., WED. TWO BIG STARS In a thrill-swept romance / of raging seas and society £ ballrooms. ✓ MON., TUES., WED. DON'T MISS— This Rousing Melodrama Amid the Big Snows Jack London's ' Roaring Melodrama of the / Frozen North A <: ✓ r A A / ✓ A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A : 'A i A ' ti ✓ On A r iX ■ > The High ; Seas" T, r' A A \ * A / 1 ✓ A A « . The Son of. The Wolf I ✓ % V - < DOROTHY Di jack'holt HrrCHEll'lEWIS C lAmmM 'J-kimr A Great Sea Romance —with— EDITH ROBERTS Star of Cecil B. DeMille's <V "Saturday Night" NXXNNNN\NVNXNNNVV\N\NVVVX'VVXNNNXXXN\X\\X\XXV <•> •xxxxx-z Read The Evening Journal HONOR MEDALS FOR VETERAN JUNIORS Telegraph Seven members of Council. No. 29, Jr. O. U. A. M . who have been members of that or der tor 25 years were presented with gold medals at a meeting o£, the organisation last night. Those who received medals were; A. W. Springer. I. R. Ranks. H, E. Craig. * F. V. Kllvlngton. H. E. Reed, Har vey Hoffecker and E. W. Hall. The twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the order will be celebrated on December 1. Ths speakers will be H. H. Billany, -j fourth asslsiant poatmaster-g*neral; •• : Martin M. Woods and Frank M. Jones. however: 'Coin of the realm 1» Jretty good 'coin of vantage.' but I'm not very strong In that Just now." "You needn't feel lonely In that." returned Mr. Palmer.