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SOCIETY
FEA TUR]
"Down and Outer" Sells His
Boay ana soul to a
ft: Physician.
"The Society Room." a fine Kalem
society drama In two parts, will be
presented tomorrow at the Bijou
:'v>- theater. An astounding: compact ia
made between two men, one 6i
.whom is a physician deeply Interested
lu the occult, while the other is a >
- "down and outer." It is that the
physician provide the latter with
>: enough money to enable him to live
royally for three months. At the end
of that period, the man is to report
and place himself, body and soul, at
the deposal of the physician. This is
the story which is told in this astounding
two-act drama. Torn Moor:*
and Marguerite Courtot will be seen
v in the principal roles.
Two good comedies, an Edison and
a Vitas:raDh. will also he shown
Tuesday the Bl'ott will have Naomi
Childers and H. V ncent in a two-part
Vltagrapli play called "Roselyn." In
her troublt Roselyn's love turns to
hatred, an-* the memory of her child
turns hatred to love yet she finds
f .peace s>ud happidess where she had
left it. One of George Ade's fables,
a Vatlie Weekly and a Sellg animal'
drama, "Love.and the Leopard." will
complete tho bill.
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Big Aspiration
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The Universal kiddies have added
another star to the ranks o? . their
file. It is none other than Snowwhite.
But, be it known at once that
this new would-be idol with the descriptive
name is anything but what
her name denotes, as far as color is
concerned. In fact, she is very colorful;
. Has kinky hair and?well, the
.secret's out. She's a pickinniny and
just to show that she is a real actress
tears in "Olive's Pet.". So. there!
1 with real temperament "she cries real:
Latest reports from the front are to
the effect that Cleo Mauison. long
known- in the film world as one or i
the. fev^.actresses who cries .real tears |
| uvi uiu incuts uu iue ocrctju,
is considering; her resignation. She
\viil >not submit to such rivalry. .But.
Snbwwhitc sublimely smiles an,d cries
j on without a tremor. She is but three
and has not as yet Telt the pangs' of
professional jealousy.
G. M. Anderson enacts a new role
fn'the Essanay photoplay, "Broncho '
Billy's Teachings." In this drama he
takes the part, of a minister and appears
in conventional garb instead of
sombrero and chaps.
iff
For Monday's showing at the I
'Courtot will.be seen in a beautiful*:
"THE SECEI
I For a sure winner and a plctu
Macbride and Nicholas Dujieaw in"SOME
Wfil
Also another good Edison com
ter and 'show what William Wadsw<
"HYPNO ANJ
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'' HER LOVE TXJR2
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peace and happiness -where she hac
- Vincent will be seen in this picture
. Complete^ the progranv. Conllng TW
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RRMA IS
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Biograph Star
Popular Here
Df Europe is Topic upon Which'
Kleine Feature is
Based.
Ivlcine's latest five part feature,
'The Woman Who D-ared," is an ex:frptionally
well told drama with a
:t nl'ir on ? tnnle *Hnt hot* no.
\j * j iwuiiuvu w?i tv luji i ^ uaq uv.
r.ipied much space in foreign dispatches
of lr.te?the governmental
rp yaystem of Europe. Miss Frances a
Bertini. who is undoubtedly the
nost gifted of Italian photoplayers,
days the leading role of the Countess
Bertram!, wife of an officer who prctares
mobilization plans for his gov rninent.
only to have them stolen by
i foreign spy and .himself cast into
rrison. Y
'His wife immediately starts a fight
or his freedom which becomes a barle
of wits, ending after many unique
md extraordinary adventures in prov- :
ng the innocence of her hsuband. It
s one of the best five part dramas
>Ver released under the Kleine stanlard
and is conspicuous for its very
rleverly told situations ap<J the fact
hat th,e final issue is, shrouded In
loubt to the vrrv last rcmp
TO IHU BLK OUTPUT.
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Beginning in October the William
L Brady Picture Plays Corporationrill
produce two plays in each month
or one year. This doubles the pres nt
out-put, and by renewal of -conract
the Brady photodrauias will coninue
to be distributed through the
Vorld Film Company.
Robert Gonness,
Edison Favorite
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l{jou. Tom Moore and Marguerite
2-act Kalem drama?,..
ET ROOM"
re with lots of punch see' Donald <
TE HOPE"
edy that will bring lots of laugh- '
orth and Arthur'Housman can do,
} TRANCE"
ir? Shtagraph drama?
TO HATRED"
is her hatred to 16ve. She finds (
I left it" Naomi Chil<lers*and'H.v
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Dorothy Bernard and Katherine
LaSaile to Appear before
the Camera.
When. Kalem' announced. recently i
thai a number of Broadway favorites j
had been engaged to appear in thet
three act dramas it is producing, con-, j
siderabio speculation was indulged in:
by photoplay patrons as to the iden-,
tity or the players. * j
A chorus oL<'gratified surprise went
up when it was declared that Dor-(
otliy Bernard, late star of ''The Sal-:
amander," had been engaged to-day;
the leading; role in '"Tlie'Second Com-:
mandnient." Now comes the a:i-_
nouncement that Miss aKlitorine La i
SalleJs another of the stars secured^
by Kalem. |
Miss La Salle played. Hie leading
retninine role opposite Edmund Breeze
in "The Master Mind." Later, she
piayed opposite John Mason in "Big
Jim Garrity." while still more re-,
cently. Miss La Salle succeeded FI01-;
enfe Reed'in the leading role of "The
Yellow Ticket." j
The Kalent production in which'
l\|iss La Salle will appear is "An Innocent
Sinner," a drama which was
tremendously popular some years ago .
An all star cast, of Kalem players will
surround the Broadway favorite.
Good Cast in
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HERBERT RFWLtNSOSl AS
"SAHEORO QUEST JN THE SSCOMOi t
EPISODE OF "THEySLACK; BOX? '
, In the Universal company's now
serial, "The Black Box,'* Sanford
Juest is all that the movie fan
bought he would bo. Just the sort jjj
if a follow that keeps a girl awake be
lights thinking what a nice husband
10 would make.' Anna Bit-tie is al- 'ai
vays big. She just pushes her way ik
11 to the hearts o; her audiences and oil
emains rooted there continuously. In D.
his picture she surpasses herself; [ of
(lie seems to improve with "each pic-jBi
up v. ' fo
Hut equal praise should be- given po
IVrlliani Worthington and Frank Mac- a?
Juarrie, who, in the roles of Professor Ai
\shleigh and Frank Craig help to ivl
make the mystery deeper than the
leepcst. ic<
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In Captions is Shown in Lubin?s ;y;
New Serial, " Road
0> Strife/'
in
'"tRoad O* Strife." the Lubin serial
by Emmctt Campbell Hall, release jy
of which begins April fifth, and in
which Crane Wilbur, Mary. Charlesou
and Jack Standing will be featured,
embodies a number of novel and' now
featured, one of the most important !c
of which is the maintenance of -illus- la
ion to an extraordinary degree. This,**
is largely accomplished by means. of|la
a new fdea In Captions1 conceived byjrc
VTr T-tnlt anW I'lffonimiclr
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by Director John lnce. ni
Xo one form has been followed? 01
every' caption has .been carefully consldered-'arid
brought' oil and taken out
in accordance with its Individual characteristics?some
dissolve in.and dis- ^
solve out. others appear abruptly and a
slowly fade, while, still others merer fi
ly flasli on and instantly disappear, as I
x jsbanp explosive **Xo!" seems to do.
Mr. Hale has. undertaken visually to'B
ipproximate sound effects., H
LATE STAR I
i).?* 11 Nerr York ^Success Joins Mnjcs- B
tie-Keliiince
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John Emerson, late star of the Xew(I
fork success, "The Conspiracy," of
vhich he was the author as well !as
he producer, has .arrived at the Ma- 1
estic-ZReliancc studio, Los Anseles,
o appear in an . original four reel
jlay. The title has not yet been se
ected. Lhnorson is the fourth of legit- ^
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*lays the Lead In * A
Newspaper'Nemesis"
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3EGGY BURKE, THANHOUSER.
MUTUAL STAR.
Teirgy Burke lias come into her owr
mi the release in the ilutual pro
mm of ".V Newspapers Nemesis." in
htcli.she litis* t fie lead. This'charmis
young member of the Tbanliouser[utual
stock company when she had .
impleted her work in this important -
art ami saw tlie result of it on the!
;reon* was delighted thoroughly,, for
le had made the best of her opportuitios.
"A Newspaper Nemesis'.' lias been
reduced In the atmosphere incident to
ally journalism ant} has interwoven j
clightful love scenes with any numer
of thrilling situations. John Harry
directed the production.
gyptan Princess is
Awakened After
3,000 Years
Imagine'
Amenset, a princess of the
jypt of three thousand years ago,1
dug .brought to jlfc today and thrown"
to- the vortex of modern civilization
?d yoa have rlie unusual tliehic or
e picture play, "The Dust of Egypt,"
which Vitagrajili Direcor George
u?i\>: ij> uow. ai wont. jne lhise i
Egypt," when finished will, be a 1
-Oddway star feature comedy in ;
lir parts, in which Edith Storey will 1
rt.ny tti'e princess, who is awakened )
ter a slcqp of thirty centuries and :
atonio Moreno, the man of today, h
10 is responsible for ehr awakening.11
Egyptian scones .of unusual magnif-j
ehce and costumes (hat are abso-j
tely;correct were copied from plates;
id paintings, now' in the Egyptian'
ipartirient of the Metropolitan. Mu-J
urn of Art. will add realism to the
cture. Resides Miss. Storey and Mr ;
oreno, the principals-in a long cast
111 include Cissy Fitzgerald, Naomi;
lilders, Frank Currier, Edward E1-:
is and J. Herbert Frank. "iHh? Dust;
Egypt" wfll have its initial show-1
g at' the Vltagraph theater. j
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ALGERIAN FEATURE
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A largo force of carpenters, niechan-;
s and plasterers^have boon busy tha
st several. days 'at the Lubia west-t
n studio erecting an Algerian vil- ;
ge. Several of the regular dressing
?om buildings have been 'transform1
into Algerian- structures and a
umber of temporary ones built,. ln<
rder to~ have a complete Algerian j
reet to be* Used !n a 'big Algerian j
attire which Is to start immediately. \
Orpheum
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Express Train Destroyed in
Producing a Vitagraph
Drama.
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Ever "since the first announcement
of the initial, showing of the Broadway
star feature. "The Juggernaut'
at the Vitagraph theater. New York
City, inquiries as to the dale of release
pf the film have flooded every
mail, aggregating hundreds of letters
daily, "The Juggernaut." a modern
railroad drama in five parts, written
by Donald J. Buchanan and Ralph W.
I nee and produced by Mr. I nee. was
the first picture-in the making to attract
the attention of the entire press
of the city of Greater New- York, every
paper sending a representative to
South River. N. J., where the' principal
scenes were taken, ot get a picture
and story of the big scene, the
wreck and destruction of a fully equipped
express train.
(Besides the newspaper men. Vitagraph
officials and players, more than
twelve thousand persons, witnessed
this thrilling: scene, which cost the
Vitagraph company over ?25.<KK>.00
and nearly coet the lives of a number
of the actors engaged in its enactment.
"The Juggernaut" is destined
to be one of the big things in the film
world and will add additional prestige
to the reputation of the Vitaeraphj
company and to Anita Stewart. Earlej
William's ami Julia Swayne Gordon,
who portray the principal characters
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Then again,-'pretty Frances Nelson,
the Imp star, known to movie Tans lor
.trr charming gowns and splendid
ictinsr. is another devotee of dame
rash ion: In the accompanying illustration
she is seen in a canary yellow
satin covered with tulle of the same
diade: The daisies make a delightful
trimming.. <
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To Appear in" en's' Prerogative,"
a Reliance-Majestic .s<
' Feature. J
P'
Robert Hdeson,.the popular roman- ^
istasia star, who in re-,
cent months has converted himself,;?
into picture ranks as a feature film ?
actor, is to appear in a special photo
play now being produced at ihe Re
liance-iMajestic, Los* Angeles studios.
The title of it Is "Men's Prerogative" H
atyi it will he produced in multiple
freelc.
The supporting cast includes Mary
'Alden, Charles Clary and Billy West.
When completed the picture will be .
releasod through the feature department
of the MutualiFilm Company.
"The Champion," in two- reels, is
Charles Chaplin's latest comedy.
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artificial Light Studio in the
Country is Opened at the
Lubin Ranch.
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The biggest Artificial' light ' studio
l the country has just been inforallf
opened 'at. the Luhln rancn iii
nt ?MfTA<- rl Dn a.m.1 Tta4*w>.. . rtJ ?-- ?
C(f.?uuu, I U,,' Uiiu WII ^lUl lVUgar:>ncs
has "begun the marking of a aors
of three reel pictures there. This
"the third big studio to be built at
io ranch during ihc last few years,
he new studio, which'has just been
>mpTeted, 16 equipped with every
odern scientific appliance for the
aking ,of photoplays. The Imbln en?
neers have been working for many
onths on'the big'.studio and the sysm
of artificial lighting has been so
jsighed and arranged as to pei-mit
e ultimate1 taking of natural color
otioh pictures there.
Extensive improvements and addions
have also been, made to tbc.lab atories
at ttfe ranch. These lab:atories..
declared by experts to be
te best in the country, are very busy
laces these days and a great deal of
siehtific work is being carried on
icre by Mr. Lubin and his coups of
?sistahts.
~)ften Seen on
Local Screen
Thomas Jefferson* the ^yvell known.
>n or .'Joseph "Jefferson, the famous
eator of- "Rip Van Winkle" is aj>uaring
in "a photoplay, production at,
ic Reliance-Majestic' studios, Los,
ngeles. .
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Several Players of the "Legiti- i
mate" Are Added to Vit- J
agraph Stock. 4|
The Vitagraph Company has added "l
a number of players to their stock ?
| membership who were prominent oil S
the legitimate stage. Joseph Kil- m
gour, a Broadway favorite for a nam- W
(ber of years, the original John T. ; 1
Kelly, the Irish senator, Lionel Adams - 1
who will be remembered for his work x 1
in "Ben Hur," playing the same part, k
and Anna Laughlin, who won prestige J
as a musical comedy star, being I
among the best known. " - J
Zena Keefe, who first began posing
for the camera under the Vitagraph
banner, lias returned from a trip to
Europe to again appear in pictures
bearing the Vitagraph stamp. The
ii?t of directors has been increased
by the addition of Lorimer Johnson,
while other prominent legitimate and
moving picture stars and directors ;
are considering offers from this enterprising
firm.
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Baggott Plays j
Role of Beggar
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-On a dirty east side street of New \
York King Baggott has friends who 1
need him and when he feels that he ?.'
"has neglected them he journeys down I
there; wearing his shabbiest clothes
and with advice accompanied by money
assists these men and women, as
only one with a big heart can. In
other words ho has contracted a ha-bit
to delve into the realms of which lie {
knows only the hare outlines. Very
often ho is called tipoti to play roles ' !
of men who have tasted the very ?1
dregs,of life and his association with I
the members of the lower strata of
society has elvcn him an insieht hf I
mctcrlal assistance in his 'work. The J
picture play, "One Night," is a true 1
story which one of these men told t
hint on one of these jaunts and every .1
detail of the pathetic tale has been L
tttmed, with a desire to prove that . H
these is spine good in the' worst of . ' J
us and-that a "helping hand is all that
is needed to bring back a soul 'which
is on its way tq perdition.
HIM.. EXM-OSlVEst'sEP.
The effects.of high explosives during
time of battle between human be- /
'ings, will;be shown in the Sella fca- ;
ture, ' "The Hideous God, War," now {
in hand by Director E. A. Martin. .The i|
producer had experimented cxhauslively-with
ultra explosives and has > 1
succeeded-In producing terrifying re- 1
suits. I
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