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> /Eleanor Wpodniff is seen in <lier first big Vita graph' feature #n "West Wtol;*' a plcturization of Cyrus Townsend Brady's story of tlie same Mme. The film was produced la Texas by a company of Vitagraph players Including besides Miss Wood ruff, Bulalle Jensen, Darwin Karr, Harry Northrup, Ned Finley and Lo gan Paul. The story 1b made realistic by the Introduction of regular United States army troops and a band of Indians. Miss Woodruff will be seen as Amy Benham, known as "West Wind," a rancher's" daughter, who is abducted by the Indians. is Selig Film Production of - itie Mosary" to a vie . ; trolai^ecora. manage: 01 tUo Majestic I theater lu omiUanaoga, Tenu., uis arered, while Y/iinesn.fcg a prelimi nary saowlui; o. tuu'sf-veu reel Selig . tiea. Seal jiMy, '"inti itusary," thai i the producUuu was purrectiy timed to the meter of tho beautiful. song of ,.H? secured a. Victrola and a record of'the vocal rendition of "The Koa ary'\ by Mme. Schumann-Helnlc anu played it at effective places through ou the picture. Especially timely was it In the last reel, v/liere Kath lyn .Williams seats herself at an or I gan to sing the rtong. The effect > of combining the music and screeu I action was powerfully dramatic and ^all those who witnessed the picture | complimented the manager on his ' cleverness. " NOW WITH FAMOUS. . 'Lloyd Robinson, who for the last two years has acted as editor of the motloiT' picture department of the ? New Yoric Telegraph, has been en gaged by the Famous Players, Film Company as a member of its' pub Hefty and advertising departments. dfship of Film Manuscripts D?p[grei Wil liam N. Selig. ?1 Rogers, of. the moving imlsslon- of Los' Angeles, irdlng ? to' jtapbrfa woultt dralt an ordinance that shall pro vide for the censorship of films In manuscript/ (jhus doing away with the b&rd of censors. "She quotes D. W. Grlipjii as saying' pictures, should be censored in manuscript before they are produced. William1 S. Sellg, president of the Selig Poiysoopo Company, according to an lrttfefrtew* published In the Chicago Herald, says he does not be lieve that the - plan is practicable; "Changes arp frequently found nec essary In producing; a aconarlo." said Mr. Sellg. "It does not seem to me a censor board cohld pans on a pic ture from'.'the -manuscript.' Things do. not always ? materialize on the screen as we plan 1n the -written ver sion." J. A. Berst, general man ager of the Selig'company,7 was of tbe 'same' opinlon. . ? Late Picture of A Popular Star ? ?? ? . ?. KSaEBBSnw '1 . ' - ? Here Is. the:.latest portrait of SHbs Gretchen Lederer, the popular Unv venial movie star.- One of herilatest ..: jifjli '!' jl; screen appearances Is in "The Som nambulist," which was directed by Dr. 'H. G. Stafford. In this play-she takes the part of a. woman who Is placcd under a .hypnotic spell by gazing into a crystal globe. _ THE ? HAYDEff TROUPE. _ Tht Champions d IfMMMlMh OjMUlm, Acrobatic and trial Classes. Every Act uriered Keirasningly New, and Every ct ? Feature Act. This is the Show that glories In the fact that ' can. show that which has never been shown before. MENAGERIE TEEMING WITH WONDERS! Matured and Nursing Specimens of Hie Not Yet Extinct Animal Families. I0ST VALUABLE STABLE OF BLUE-RIBBON HORSES CARRIED BY ANY SHOW IN THB COUNTRY. SO FUMY, FROLICSOME, MIRTH-LOVING CLOWNS. ACROBATIC and PANTOMIMIC Laugh - Provoking Fellows whose antics occasion continuous exultations. GORGEOUS, ENTRANCING, REFRESHING STREET PARADE Every Morning ver a Mile of Beauty and Splendor Rivaling the Famous Durbar? m Pageant of India. Beyond'Description, Beyond Comparison. ' TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, at 2 and 8 p. m. Doors to the Unsnrti and Band Concert ope* one hour earlier. Grand Free 111 ? ; | 8 V, Fri. September HOWE'S GREAT LONDON SHOWS , Moat Stupendously Perfected Amusement Organization Touring the Country. . |* Positively Coming on Its Own Trains of Double Length Cars. Bringing with, It Acres of Sun and Waterproof Canvas. Tents tlwt Seat 10,000 People. The Largest Menagerl* of Rare Beasts sver assembled. The Highest Paid Performers that ever congre gated with one show. __ Mammon's vaults give uptonurico the Syrian wealth dwarf in comparison. Beauty, aorgsensnass, Brilliancy and Splendor Com bined In the Qrand Spectacular of the Floral Scenic Achievement. THE GARLAND OF ROSES. Only One irr Captivity ta Be Seen in Tills City Next Friday. j ' ; ? - iu -? \ j The' London Shows exhibit: ?tius. only great blue-laced, rib-nosed1 baboon in captivity. He is a giant lr. size, and is possessed of the strength of a hundred, njen. Decked with rare tints, .with gorgeous col ors and'tirlth1 Indescribable hues, he grins at" the startled thousands, a degenerate man op a redeemed brnte?whlcli it he-? Scientists have not-answered the question. He has passed through training school tor animals, and has thrown aside many antics and notions o? .the brute creation, and taken on, m^ny antics Idiosyncrasies of.finite man. Ho,Is at once o wander^and a.jnys tery, and- his queer grlmances 4nd serious reflections from the simple minded and the phil6Sophlcal:, ,To see this'rare freak of nature'' is never to forget,it. " Howe'i Great London ShowirCon solidated, according to the' general verdict la the greatest cirrus alli ance the world SVls ever known, will be here Friday, September 24. Charles ?Kepyon, author of "Kind ting," has written a, new pltiy,' en titled "Overnight,';in which,the leading rtle will be taken by Mar^ar et Layrencc. , . , , -.'.? ft lyftJl Is One of jJfljfejiB scenes in l ^e? S"etfg ' Photoplay. .-?( HBsShBI '?j' !i Producer JJoy4,;B.. Catleton wll) shortly' begin work on WW Flash light.'.' a romantic drama with scenes laid in East India, written by James Oliver. Ourwood;- , Bessie Eyton. will play aryouag English girl who has been captured and. held prisoner by an Indian prince and E. J. Kel is cast as a young, newspaper ,raan who ef fects her'release. The. sets fpr;thls production are massive and many exciting situations occur during ,tHe oinfouldlng of the story. ]A" thrilling, battle from how d alis on the. backs of. .a number of elephants, and an> escape by means of a slender'-rope from -a high tower .to the prince's castle are only two of the many sensational , incidents In the plot. - ?. j^H?; .?? ~ " -, 9#- .;-?39?p Leffler and- Br&tton, who stand sponsors for the Gh.arles:;Sumner drama, '-Thg.'Natural liw," wlU pro due** I^ench-.fairce in Octobei1 with the somewhat' different title of "A Flea In tfer Iter." Elizabeth Marbury, v/iiu lor couiij , years conducted a successful play, broker business In New York, has' formed an association with F. Ray! Comstock to produce a series of vocal. and instrumental recitals by prom-1 Incnt artists in New York. The P firm will also produce a new musl * comedy by Harry Smith and Jeromo Kern, and will make other musical'' and dramatic productions. a a James Montgomery has written a farce called "My Ford." ? at Ada Lewis Is t6, be featured In "Shc'fe in Apaln," in the role of the aunt from Flatbush. xt m < Elizabeth Marbury, Ray Comstock and George Monser'have discovered a new playwright' in John Richards whose farce, "Try It Again," they are going to produce. ; '? ? .8- 8 . . , Inez Plummer, who was seen laBt year as the: heroine in "Too Many Cooks," and who is' this season play ing in "The Last Laugh," is to be starred when that play ends its run, 8 8 A. G. Delamater, who announoed last, spring- that he, would- consider plays rejected by other* managers, has received 100 manuscripts, ana has selected three to? early produc tion. 8 8 " James Montgomery's "Ready Money" has made a great success In London. 8 ? The new show at the New York Hippodrome is to be called "Hip. Hip. Hooray." 8 8 May Irwin 1b going to turn h?r summer residence In the Thousand islands into a home for retired com cdians. a a Finero's new play Is called "The Big firum." George Alexander and Irene Vanbraugh will play the lead ing roles. at ? "Inside the Lines" will begin its tour in Detroit late this month, with Lews S. Stone, Carroll McComas and Maccy Harlan in the leading parts. 8 8 Constance Collier is to appear In John N. Raphael's dramatization of Du Maurlei"s novel, "Peter Ibbetson/' under the ' management' of Oliver Morosco. 8 8 Selwyn and Company, have secured the production rights of "The Eter nal Magdalene," a play by Robert H. McLaughlin, a Cleveland newspaper ma*. vr f r': ? ? l -1. ?'?? f ?'?.. F-, %,.??/? Klaw and Erlanger will produce a musical play With book and lyrics by C. M. S. McLellan and.muslc by Her man'Fincfe;' It' Is called "Around tBe Map/' Md'&obVtrdttlng'ls Its theme. <3s jmtj . u'u ' p| f Wmikm , Collier Is; to- appear in motlotf pTttures;1 5 ' ? ;!' Frailk GllmDr.e will plays a leading part ln;-'"ri>e.^aj?k," 'iwJ?ej& William Faversham takes It on tour. at u Adele Blood Is to appear in a play by William Wilson "Colllsdn, called "When Kittle-Comes" Home;" "Madame Butterfly" is, to be made into '.a motion picture drama, with Mary Plckfofd In the title'role. U u lit* '? "?...:. Andrew.; Mack , Is tp fTeturn to the legitimate stage* playing in some of the Irish plays he formerly presented. Jane Oaker' has made ia'btg hit by her playing of the role oftjie ad venturess. to Julian ' Eitinge's new playy "Gousia.Jto.fc'.! V ? Amelia Bingham has secured the rights, tb fe pla^ called "His Pas sion's'Waterloo,"^ bv Leonard Jud son, a Columbia graduate. y y "The' Girl' Who Smiles," just- pro duced In New York Is said to have pretty music. Natalie 'Alt'and George Baldwin have' the leading parts. SCENARIO Writer is Engaged to Work Exclns. ivoly on Lubin Photoplays. Anthony Kelly, the well known scenario writer, has been engaged ex clusively by Lubin's, of Philadelphia. Mr.i Kelly's latest releases are "Des tiny" In which Emily Stevens was starred; "Body and Soul," In which Florence Rockewll was featured; "Safety First," a three act comedy, and a one act drama, "The Trail of the White ;Swant", Be assumed his liew duties 'at the Imbln studio at Philadelphia recently. Every home with a< phone is a MILLIONAIRE A VALET IN NOVEL PHOTOPLAY g the oppor Captain JaekBonar In tlif'Hintor J - "h-jz; ;T '-v ?!?? ?*? v; ?i ? ? ? f' Bonavlta's closest call ' from . death ? occurred *everAlirjearB 'ago,? at. old1 Drekmland. i Park,5 Coney'. Island, N. Y., when-Captain Jack, ' during a performance, In which ha had twenty-eight Uona in the arexia I with "him, -was ^attacked by- "Bal . tlmore." Before Captain Bonavitt could escape,"or" assistants! could co'me_io his ald, "Baltlmbre" had " 5 clawed parts of his body almost in to shreds."./Unafraid; 'he returned to his work as soon'as his'doctor - would permit, a striking example of his courag#.;': M . ?- ?.. ?. r " ?" ? r "*?' -. \ AN aubuckle film. , Macl}? Arbuckle will sooa.be seen in "Home and" Politics?!' a screen adaption,.of his .vaudeville success, "The Reform Candidates." All; photo play stars have Jthelr- likes and dis likes.;.^ H<b loves babies.; - He -always has at least one In every play. William D, Taylor, director of the $20,000 prize photoplay,' "The Dia mond- from the Sky,'.k recently han dled -536 supernumeraries through fifty-two scenes of picture making In one day. ?."viv k- i h" w -n;:'rv allowing easterners the beauties the West. Especially *re such ?toi as "In the.'Sunset Country," dep :ing life in the 'open when a gun. 1 the chief law. Bret Hartelntrbdu< to .i;-? hardy/jfidneers ? the pictures show us what prevlou our Imagination conjured. , In.' this new (Bison film, .are troduced two new Universal playi Luella Mazams and Walter Rogi ^Oth: lat? of the Kclair compa Shecmin. Balnbrldge, who ,.pla; heavy roles in ^he Bison ?compa formwlir -directed by Henr^jlcB also digwiome'' sfcMndid WBsc?Sfl ILIZABD CAUSES PAKIC. ^WiCSiiMtWn: v Der.- 'SKlrt 18.?A shmneleon fastened tc . |^e^ga^Mfljlward Taylor, 01 the municlpaL court, oausedi Arelnfrofluced In Ph'otoplayof tfi'e Wesrty the Universal ?? Cdmpanyw 'V * A One of the advantages ? of the "movieB" has been the possibility of Hi''. E3iM. . . iliv-V?*A.I -j ? . K,cypj?' '-i MHMBMP : .V ?. '."'B?r*,"1:.,?;> ? ??mm" nflH CLARKSBURG Hgsfe