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Educational.
On the Bi
A Leading Lady In
Drama and Comedy
'
WMK* MV. -klivi .?U* C > Ci-,?
; of flfem .well: That in Itself is a
tlnctlon In these days of speciallzaa.
Miss Hastings not only is the
iractxjr lead of the Thankooser-Mu1
studios.-but she also plays comedy
33 with equal effectiveness.
'here is an old stage saying that the
terion of a good dramatic actor or
ress is his or her ability to play real
n,Qdy roles. On that basis this very
hfffifnj? little lady is a super-star, a
f; of movie comet.
Ilijs Hastings has been with the
ahbouser Company since it was orlizotl.
5>!ie went Into pictures after
ivealth of experience on the stage,
lore \he created the part, of Mrs.
own |n "Mrs. Temple's Telegram,"
yed: in "St. Elmo" and in many anjer
success. What time she does not
id for picture taking she spends in
r garden in the warmer weather and
her'splendid greenhouses In the coY
I Screen
"The Black Pearl" is (he title o?
fS'j'.-Imp.s.- Jfttest prize mystery story, in
: >>. Tirlilch Frances iXelson and iHobart
^' itlcniey. are starred. It is in two reels
anil, will be sent out t.March 19.
^B';':#Jcffprsqn Do - Angelis prominent
.coilitc opera star] is featured in a Big
U famous jitar feature to be released
v.v .March l&,ninder the title of "The Funny
Sklo of. Jealousy."
"William Cliffor dand Marie Wolcamp '
r|S.r#xave the leads in a new .Victor vision
^' ^cdrama called "The 'Blood of the Children,"'
.to- -bt> put out March .*5.
The release date for the Big lT westeni
clran:a, "The Truth' about Dan
";5 ; iDeering," in which Murdoch (MncQuarf?;
rie and Agnes.Vernon take the leading,
parts, is March 11.
I->i' "What Would you do to the man'
? who -mistreated youv mother if ho
happened.. To bo the father of the girl
you loved? .The question is graphically
answered in the two-reel Victor
... drama, "The Storm," featuring J.;
Warren Kerrigan, to be released on^
"Wooed by a Wild Man," a comedy!
of the stone age, is to be released by
the Kalem Company, Tuesday.
comedy that promises
plenty of laughs, is "Desperate Dud,'
hT&ttnoflber.'* to be released by Kalem
this week. ^
rude McCoy as the girl ward in.
"On the Stroke of Twelve,' a threereel
Ediscu release of the conling;
; week," awakes to her love of a manwhen
he is accused of the murder of;
^i .her . unscrupulous guardian. Three- j
; rfAO f 11 /\f .Kitr conn a nffnv K*r? I
H-. **< -W-* * V yA 4VVUW UiVVI Ul?>
scene filled with powerfuly thrilling
moment?. The girl's "wonderful detective
ability saves an innocent man
I Monday, Tite:
One of tin? very latesl
1 this new and up-to-date
I XOTH WEE:
I 98* PERFORMA
I BIG- NIGHTS MOOT
the V
. .....
Pictures
'jou Program
?
Trip through Uncle Sam's
Treasure House to Be Taken
by Spectators.
If is a display of good, common
sense when one goes to a moving picture
theater to see such pictures as
"The Needs of Commerce" or "The
aftinufacturing of Paper Money," which
will he shown tomorrow ait the Bijou.
The ivictur.e last named takes the
spectator all the .way through the
1'nited .States treasury department- at
Washington and the trip is an' education
in itself.
"In the Kands of the Jury" is the
title of a strong two-act Kaieta drama
to be Shown tomorrow . also. .James
B. Ross and Anna Q. Nilsson axe in
the leading parts. A fine .Vllagraph
comedy called "The Combination!'will
be, included in the program.
Some of the most popular Vitagrapb
stars, such as George Cooper, Jamea
31orrison and Dorothy Kelly..will be
seen in, a .two part drama called
"Twice Rescued." The hero of the
play saves Xana's life, wins her-love
and they 'become inseparable for life.
REPRODUCTION
Of Approach to the Yilla. tPEsfe in
Tirol: in Slage Setting'.
One of the stage settings in. "The
T Choir aif nrtn in wrli Ir.U ?!/!/?
UHiU'VS^T, KJ'* J/.VU ? . Li* ?> W 1UU '.I1CL!|MV.
Adams is appearing, is the reproduction
of the approach to the Villa d'Este
in Tivoli. A photograph was
placed in a lantern, the image projected
upon a curtain and the scene
"built" from measurements taken of
the image, thus preserving the exact
proportions of the original, to say
nothing of using a unique method in
stagecraft.
"The Hound of the Easkervilles,"
Sir A. Conan Doyle's famous story,
has been made into a four-part photo
play by the Pathe brothers.
MEHnHMnBRBBHHBflnMMl
Flashes
From the scenario of the Universal
Film Company's mammoth production
of "Damon and Pythias," Hie world's
greatest story of friendship, Albert
Paysoh Terhune. the well known author,
has written a book called "The
Story ol' Damon and Pythias."
? ?
Arlhnr llousmsm, Edison Star.
~ '*'' ;
Fanny Wads worth in the Edison
comedy,. "Rooney, the Bride." is ijsed
as a inodef by his v.ifc^to try on the
bridal dress for Artie's bl'ide. Arty
(Uousman) must marry on a certain
day or, lose a .wad of money. Bnt
Rooney, fully rigged.as the ;bride,.disappears,
but poses as tiic bride?
? sr
"Where ihe Forest Ends,"?a tworeel
Rex rural and society photo pi.iy
released .today..telLs .the.story, of a.girl
(Continued b'n page ?>. second section.)
waaaaa
t plays for Stock and we eoiis
coined}' drama to our local ]
K PAi
NCES IT/rkjL*,
)AYS AND "J* 0 .
4L 5
r?
fill'5*1
'' 0
sday matinee and continuing
UAL COMEDY?'
WIFE'
"" '' ' ' ' '%. '''^T
story, popular songs, lauglis
*
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' A "MOVIE"
.1 jip
ROBERT WARWICK^ tfllgifi
li^JJftS. ^JirMf^y \faLEHT!NiE.-'i^r
NOTED. CARTOONIST
';" " " -' - V %r ' *jf' ? '' :'.T:
Will Kflibodr His Impressions ?f Cnl|
>er??tJ City In One Reel Special.
lj Hy Mayer, the noted cartoonist, is
. going to Universal City -with Mr.
Laemmlc and the other Universalites
on the special train which leaves Chi
cago March S, and he is going on very
important business connected with
the Universal program. He will be
present at the official opening of the
city and ho will embody his impressions
of it in a one-reel special film,
which will be released as soon after
the event as possible.
Put Mystery in
''The ^tack^o^9
3 illVHi> |
*
Who is he? Why liei"^ the fellow
who put the mystery in the Black
Eox..
Watch for him. He's coming to
Clarksburg soon. He's going to show*
you Just how much of a mystery c-ait
he made over nothing. -He's all mixed
up in this big serial, the Black Box
and if it hadn't been for him, E. Phillips
Oppcnhcim wouldn't have "written
this amazing story which he has
turned out with such remarkable
BARKER'S PURPOSE
1 Is to \M?ke Jlis Show-a Kcgular Feature
of the New York Season.
"
It is the purpose of Gran villc.E ark
er, who has opened his-~scason in, New
York, in "Androcl?r. and ttterLioa," to
establish his company as a regular
feature of f the - New 'York dramatic
season. Ian Maclaren. who played in
London with Miss,McCarthy, the talented
wife of Barker, and who will
be remembered for his w?i*k with the
i Litllc theater in Nr.-.v York, is to be
j'an important member.
ay===Aiii! Iiie
ider teiirsolYes fortunate to lit
jatroii.s.
M THE 1
A OF s',o"i)Xi^
v* ?-* matinee t
_ ' SA
ater p?|
ji?,
r i oc??
l4r/r-or.^X_<^*^V/' ^? ' "" ' "{? ' 3$6?[-1 '
.' $v2k 1% -if "?* <V ' V&r. .& *$ $ A*r?V^';
;foi* three days, will mark a nc
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SC A IV
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"y\ "> .! gi?. yi .', f **:
?<antl a play of the better kir
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PLAY AS VIEWED BY AAERLE.
THE CALL OF SPRING
By Sam J. Schlappich iit tlie
Motion Picture Magazine.
One day in spring L ventured out j
In quest or Tabled fields of gffeen;
I iongett to see. the leaflets sprout,
And tread the meadows' velvet sheen.
I longed to study, close at hand,
Thd flags and rushes, all reborn;
The tiny violets, that look
So drooping, modest and forlorn.
Ilonged to study, close at hand,
The mystery of Nature's birth,
And join the small selected band I
That lenow the secrets of the earth, j
But disappointment was my lot:
. The fields, so green, .were soaking!
wet;
JUL \.Vft\Jllkz 1IJ LiiU i'lUL
Was such as I would fain forget;
The rushes?all that I could find?
Were thick with mud ana jymi tiearis?
The fates to me wore most unkind;
I turned my weary steps away;
Hereafter, when, the spring unrest
' Calls me where springtime zephyrs
blow
I'll den with haste my'very host
And hie me to?a picture show.
For there. in comfort f heboid
More than I ere had hoped to know;
For nature's secrets all unfold
To patrons of the picture show.
ANOTHER ViGTIM
R. A. Walsh, Noted Griffith
Heavy, Succumbs to Charm
of Directing.
??' i
R Ai Walsh, the well known heavy;
actor with the -Griffith feature films,!
has, succumbed to the charm 9f direct-]
ing. In the future there will be a nuhi-j
her of plays with "Directed by R. A.'
Walsh" attached to recomexnnd them i
As an actor Mr. Walsh has already;
proved himself, and he is looking for-:
ward to winning laurels in 'this new j
fiplil rvf nriflpflVinr 'Tim Inst- fmnnrtaht !
part he played under the direction of
D. W. Griffith was that of Wilkes
.Booth in the great .new -Griffith feature.
"The Clansman." !
"His first production as a fixll fledged:
director has Just been released In tlxcj
L\Putual program. It is called "The;
Double, Deception," and is a one reel
comedy 'drama featuring Elmer" Clifton
and Miriam Cooper.
. i
LUBIN POLICY
- . .
Of Releasing Three-Reel Feature ]
Weekly .Reels with Success.
The policy recently adopted by the:
Lubin company of releasing each
week, on alternating Wednesdays .and
Thursdays, on the regular program,
a 1hree-reel feature 13 meetir.*g with
even greater, success than had ber.n
anticipated. Within the . next few
weeks, the public will have an opportunity
of. witnessing some unusually
good pictures of this length made by
jOeorse TerwtlHger, Edgar .lonos. Col.
: Joo -iSmiley, Joseph Kaufrnan, Caotain
I Wilbert Mclviilo and A*tUui^ Johnsca.
sday Matinee. I
> one of tlic first to secure 1
tor the Ladifts Wethiosdav |
rj?NINGS 8:10 |
iTT-E* CSTk A XT iPTTTTt? CJTi A V H?
U?i Ai^.AJLr JL XX WAVU JJaT. , jj
TTJRDAY 2:30. 1
'XJLAR PRICES I
LL PHONE 899 J.
P Mj
i\v departure for tin- Pai- j?
/IILY" I
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?5
lcI. James Jellv, Pianist, f
m ]
~~ - ' ' * ?$?*':<
JOHNSON
. ..
MARY FULLER FEATURED
J n "The Master Jrunuouer." Soon to
be Released by Edison.
As the third feature on the Edison
A P.tv nrncrjJTiT r nf nM tt Htt** waAVI.v
v? V l? V IT VbAJJ
. 3, feature film, "The Master Mummer"
ix which Mary Fuller is featured, wjll
i?e released Monday, March !~?. Ime
film was made when Miss Fuller was
with the Edison company about a
year ago and was done iu five ports.
The vital movement and big situations
of the play is taken from the
popular tfoyel of the same name by
the noted author, E. Philips Oppenheimr
The story is one of royal intrigue
and the youthful romance of a
princess battling for a throne and it
gives Mtes FuHer splendid- opportunity.
EXPENSIVE GAST
Many Stage Celebrities Seen in
Kleine's "Who's Who in
Society."
Wbat is. probably onp of the most
expensive'cpsts seen in a four-reel
subject is that of R1 bine's recently
completed "Who's Who in Society,"
which is- scheduled for early release
through the Various' Klekie . offices.j
Kate Sergeantson of long and successful
experience: with such artiste as
Marie Tempest, Sir1 Jleerbolim Tree,
Sir George Alexander, Martin Harvey
and Sir Charles Wyndain, plays
mt* nuirvnaux.. J-icn airs. U iiriPIi; William
%f: Powrr plays the lead of tlitv
secret scrvic?, agent. Mr; Power was
the leading comedian of "The Follies"
of *0-7, 'OS and "00 and succeeded
Charles Bigelaw as leading comedian
with Anna Held. ' He later became
co-star with Kitty Gordon in "Alma.
"Where Do You Live?" and remained
witty this -company during its tour of
the United States;';Another
important character in
"Who's -"Who in. Society" is that played
by Dan Moyles, who created the role
of "Officer fcW in the Cohan and Harris
farce of that name.
A HE T> FL O It I DA.
W. S. Siiueral. proprietor of the
Bijou theater, and Mrs. Simeral have
gene to Florida for a stay of three
weeks. They will vSslt Tampa, St.
Augustine, Wacliula, where he owns
a farm: St. Lucie, Jacksonville and
Fort Pierce.
? ? ... .1 - GOING
TO EXPOSITION.
Jack Marks, proprietor of the Orphcum'and
Star theaters, and Mrs.
Marks are en route to the San (Francisco
exposition, having joined a party
of slght-scers leaving here Friday on
the private car of the Universal Film
j corporation.
Mo* Ar.her in
Funny Farce
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- Gale Henry as a sprightly widow
and Max Asher as .a German teacher
In A-co"n*vy school create enough fun
to aatiBfy any one of us. In the plot
or Ihc play thev-are both In love, until
a city chap comes to town and
straightway, the .handsome" Widow
rails out of lov<? with her old fashioned
school teachers and does nil in
pBe^jSwei^^^rTn^n^gooa^TOces^r]
her now friend.
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Broadway St
Contrac
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Irene Fenwick, Wow Appearing
in "Song of Songs/' to Act
before the Camera.
. ' ?.
Pretty blue eyed, brown haired,
magnetic, Irene Fenwick,; presentment
sation of Broadway, has signed; a^ont
tract for a term of .years wlth.<Jcbrge
Kleine to appear exclusively ;~Ih tpietures
for him. Just how important
tlias announcement is you can learn
only by a fairy visit 'into the private
haunts of X"ew York film, magnates,
who for more than, a year have unsuccessfully
tried to lure tbiajsleiuier
slip of a girl into motion pictures.
..cno Feuvrick is .the star of the
"?ong of Songs," Ai AVooda's
Iphay, new breaking; records at the ?11
tinge theater. New York. Her newly;
signed coutract with George Kleine
; will in ho way interfere with." Aliss
i< en wick's extraordinary siagO: oareer.
While playing in Now .York
she will be engaged in film work in ,
the Kleine . smdio. (Miss Fen wick,
therefore, will continue to be seen inthe
life in Manhattan iifid. in film,
"everywhere. In this way her wonderful
"stage reputation will be preserved
and enhanced. "
Miss Fenwick is a Chicago girl In
the early twenties, but her profes-J
_sional career dates back to the day*.1
of "Peggy from Paris" in which she;
found her first "bit" part. She has i
appeared successively under nvc o?
the tocst. known managements on I
i Broadway and lias starred in several1
| Internationally known comedies and
fContinued on page 3, second section).
Biograph
! Popular Here
TRIVIA DAWKINS |
For Monday's showing
produce under tlie auspic<
J Treasury?
"THE NEEDS C
or "MANUFACTURE
Snowing) all the.details a
tlirougli tlie IT. S. Treasury
! "IN THE HANDS
is a strong two part Kalei
1 j r? 1 T ^
I pior, reaiurmg d ames ?>. _K
"THE COM
A live Vitagraph w
TUES
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Yitagr&jiil fcatu
GEORGE A3
- Alsfo a Soli
"THE LEOP
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E?ea-?casi? mmiii.liii.mwii mwjii. tin n
. Refined Vgudgy
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1 Featuring OLT\
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. I THE HIRE "WITH T!
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PICTURES
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"THE i^AINY DAY"?(
... A' eatnnng
A Movie "FatherTo
Screen's Prettier
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M/U?E5T1C-Mufuw?^CHARACTER LEAD
. J *. A1 Turner is the Mutual actor who
made the character of the father in ,
Griffith's naasheru.iecei "The Escape,"
so grewsomely realistic. lie has great
ability as a character lead in stvong j
dramatic parts; though he can play an
amiable role quite as effectively a? a
repuhslye one, .... 1
Turner was born in Boston, and there
he got his early experience on the
stage. He has appeared with Blanche*
Bates. Henry Miller, Louis Mann, Robftort
Edeson and many other famous
stars. Ills motion picture experience
has been chiefly under D. W. Griffith.
|||Turner is famous for having "fnthevKed"
in films the-largest number qf attractive
young photo play actresses ttt
the Mutual studios of any veteran lead
at Hollywood. " ? . /
. .. \ ' <,. > .v. 'V.-'two
i\iWmembers".of
I I tfllBl US a rfc ?_ _ /
LUDflM VVtbltnlM UUIVlrAIMT
1
In anticipation of patting on an ad- j
ditional company, Captain AVilhcrt
Melville, manager of* the nubin weslcrn
company nl Los AngeieS, lias
been gradually adding to his list.'of
artist. Among tlie new ones Tylio
bave joined are. George, Ben-ell, the
well known actor, and Jay _ Morlcy,
who will be remembered for bis work I
r*V
with the Lubiu western cpmpany some
tim0ag?- : ' /
HE'Afit \
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$ the Edison Company -will
vs of tlie -TJnitbcl States
"...
: -;tv?^E
F COMMERCE"
STGr PAPER MONEY"
nd taldrig you entirely
r 'OF THE JURY " j
)i drama with a Rood, Jive I
OSS and Anna I. Nilsson. I I
BINATION" II
itli lots of comedy. 1 I
'DAY 8
RESCUED" . I
re in two parts. I J
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