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?./' Surpasses Her
Stage Succest
Jn the silent drama Eugenia Betsaror,
Sell* star, has mors' than exceeded
her success earned on the Is
gltlmate stage. The features of more
than ordinary note that Miss Bosserei
Eugenie Besserer
(A Popular Sella Star.)
has starred In are "Tlio Carpet from
Bagdad." "When a 'Woman's Forty,"
, "I'm Olad Sly Boy <Jrey Up to Be a
Soldier," "Smouldering," "The Melody
of Doom" and "Tho Circular Stalrcaae."
Hor talented work In "The
Rosary," where sho ployed tho part
of "The Widow Kelley," otnnds alone
aa a masterpiece of emotional portrayal.
Miss Bosserer has played daughter,
sweetheart, mother, wife, aunt and
grandmother to tho same leading man
of tho Solid company. In her work
she mns the gamut or human emotions
and possosscs personality and
features that demand attention. In
her dally life nnd In her work she re
Sflects the sunshine tbnt flows In her
heart. Her home In Los Angeles Is
surrounded by torrar.es and flowers
I which have hlcssnmert under lior care.
Her love for children she shows In
I little remembered nets of kindness In
| her daily round. To know her Is to
1 love her?of all things she Is natural.
SOUTH SEA STORY.
! Scenes depleting life in the South
1 Sea Islands, showing the wild dances
j of the natives, the unusual costumes
of the savages, and the life of a lolly
old tar who has found contentment
among them, promise to add Interest
to the varied story of "Featliertop,"
a Q&umont-Mutnal Masterplcture, Do
Luxe Edition now being mado at the
Jacksonville studio of Oaumont. Marguerlte
Courtot la the star.
1 ROBINSOi
Matinee and I
To the amusement seekers
1b by far the costliest one that hi
Ins Ben Bnr. It is of tho hlshes
Opera to be seen In West Virgin!
SEATS NOW
Ull
Book and Lyrics I
SUPERB CAST I
CAFTIVATI
j . CARRYING THEIR
PRICKS?Matinee, 50c, #1.00, (J.
ARE TOE GOING TO GET TOT7H
IS TOO LATE I
THE M03T PEETEI
THAT HAB JdVEJtt PL
Prices?Matinee Reserved $1 and
I
-
. 1
Palace'
All Ned
TKKPSY TUltVIET H
!: Musical Com
}-~r . feati
"THE BLUE G'BAiS
[ Openi
"TOF0Y tUucvjs
Special Scenery, Good
Wand
,
THE
Grand Has 1
Films tor 1
: Screen Servloe Gives Way
1 Monday for Herbert Opera,
"The Princess Pat."
At the Robinson Grand Monday the
regular film service will be omitted
doe to the playing ot Victor Herbert"!
opera, "The Prlncese Pat" Tueeday
howover the picture service will be
resumed.
Hamilton Revelle. who was last seen
hers In the Metro feature, "An Enemy
to 8oc1cty," will be seen on the screen
again Tuesday In "The Price of Malice,"
anotlier Ave part Metro wonderplay.
Barbara Tennanl, a newcomer
to tbe Metro forcee, will be featured
is title production. Tbere la a strong
supporting cast Including Helen Dunbar,
widely known tor ber notable
characterizations In many screen successes,
William Davidson, Prank Glondon.
Hugh Jeffrey, William Calhoun,
William Heck and other stage and
screen artiste. "The Price of Malice"
dMla with romance, advonture and In|
lingua In the English diplomatic service,
although It la In no acnae a war
photoplay.
The added attractions this day will
be tho tenth chapter of "The Strange
Case of Mary Page" and tbe latest
Pa the 0,'ews.
Stars Miss Sweet.
Blanche Sweet, tits beautiful and
popular star of the I-asky company,
will be seen Wednesday, In the Jesse
L. Lnaky production of the thrilling
rffWL i
Scene from "The Price of Malice,"
the Uoblnson Grand.
drama, "The Black List," by Marlon
Fairfax and William C. Do MUle, the
two noted dramatists wbo wrote this
production especially for Miss Sweet.
The thought of "The Black List"
a truck terror to every miner's heart.
ti i\ i im I
W UKAflu
Night April 10
*
of Clarksburg?This entertainment
as ever played our city, not oreeptt
class and the first Victor Herbert
a
SELLING FOR
rj Henry Blosnom.
OF PRINCIPALS
NO CHORUS
OWN ORCHESTRA
SO; Night, 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
SEATS NOW OR WATT UNTIL IT'
O GET A SKAT.
IT3OTJS ATTRACTION
AYED 0LAEK3BUHG
$1-50; Night. $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Theater
rt Week
rwuTPixnunniTHKr rtTrorr -c?
vrium *?y
edy Company
lring
s COMEDY FOTJE"
ng Bill
TBONEiyMOOir'
Singing and Beautiful
robe.
B SUNDAY TELEGRAM, C
tetra Good
Coming Week
' for ones hla namo ni placed In Its
columns. It meant no more employment
with a mining company. How
Blanche Sweet, an a school teacher In
a small mining town, forced the big
i corporation to abandon this procodI
ure Is presentod In tho story which
i la as thrilling as It Is unusual, in the
. cast supporting Miss Sweet are such
> well known players as Charles ^lar7.
i nuracu ?>. wpernor, William turner,
| Jano Wolf, Ernest Joy and other uoa>
bora or the Lanky all star stock company.
The added attraction "Wednesday
will bo the new Paramount Tiarels.
A Brmnrknhlo Film.
Thnrsday. one of the most rernartablc
photoplays that has ercr appeared
In Clarkubur*. will be tho attraction.
It la "How Molly Made
Good." with Maria rut Gale playlns
the title role. In the supporting mm-.
i pany tho following names appear ar.d
no doubt will prove of more than or-j
dlnary Intercat; Leo Deltrlehsteln.;
Lnla Glaacr. Cyril Scott. Henrietta [
Crosajnnn. Robert Edeann. Jo lie. Dean, j
Jbllan EJUnpc. May Ttnbnoc, Henry
Kollter and Mnb'e Etcnton. Those
names In one bill show that the offer-1
In* will bo one of the screen novelties
of tho year.
The added attraction Thunder will
| bo tho Charles (Ttaplto cartoons.
Was Baiu Attain.
Friday and Saturday. Ui.r vampire
| woman. Theda Bare, will ho seen In
i a now play called "Gold and tho Worn
Film Feature Buokcd for Tuesday at 1
| an." In tiilR <plav Miss Dura plays 0
the part of a Mexican ndvcnturesR and c
it Is said that all her charms are s
broupbt more forcibly to the front
than In any play In which she has!
ever appeared. .
The added attraction Friday will be *:
the latest I'athe News, and Saturday.
, the Paramount-Bray cartoons.
TURNBCLL DRAMA.
! Charlotte Walker's next production
I for the Lasky Company will be under
the direction of Frank Relcher In
j "The Woman and the Law." a thrillInn
drama from tho pen of Hector!
Turnhull. the author of "The Cheat"]
and "For the Defense." It will be
released by Paramount.
AS CO-STARS.
The rolease as a Mutual masterpiece
do luxo edition of the David Horsley
five reel production of Thcodosla Harris's
story. "The Heart of Tara,"
marks the first appearanco as co;
stars of two players. Marnarct Gibson
land William Clifford, who heretofore|?
! enjoyed stellar honors Individually.
'BIG COMIC
HERE T(
Pan) Nicholson and Itnth Welch In "T 1
Ins to lie (ilvcn Monday i
With Its wealth of ontranclng music,
scintillating book and lyrics, gorgoous
coBtumos and protty girls, John Cort's
-1 at -a .? . . .
invuuuuuu ui uju utn uicaior, now
York, comic opera succosa, "Tho Prln- I
cess Pat." will bo tho attraction at the
Robinson Grand tomorrow afternoon
and night.
The book and lyrics of this latest
musical triumph are by Henry Blossom,
the music Is by Victor Herbert
and the staging of the production Is
the work of Frod G. Latham. It la ;
the combination that gave to the musical
stage such pronounced successes
as "Mdlle. Modiste," "The Red Mill,"
LAEK6BURG, W. VA., g
+ 44444444 + + 444.I.4
* *
4 CENSORS WORSE
* THAN PICTURES. 4
4 4
* "The public seeds protection
* from the censors," declmres B. 4
4 D. Horkchlmer, of the Balboa 4
4 company, "moro than It does 4
4 from motion pictures. A num- 4
4 ber of local censorship meas- 4
4 ures recently enacted prohibit 4
4 portraying any and all forms 4
4 of physical violence. Tou 4
4 can't show the Immortal story 4
4 of Cain slaying Abel, which 4
4 every Sunday school child Is 4
4 taught?for a moral. Drama Is 4
4 conflict and without It you can't 4
4 have drama. Dessert Is lino to 4
4 top off a meal; but you've got 4
4 to hare something else. So, to 4
tiring out ft good lesson you
must bavo contrast It can't
<' ?11 be good. Bare un from the V
+ censors?not tie picture plays."
NEW SELIG FEATURE.
"At PI nor Ridge." ft Sellg Red
play, pleturiiod b7 Gllson WDlets
from David K. Hlgglns's greatest
singe snows, will be the V. L.
P. E. release Monday, May 1. Frltsl
Rrunotto takes the rolo ot Cindy
l.ano and she is supported by an oxceptlonal
company of Sollg stars.
SOW WITH BALBOA.
Emfl Roe Is now a member of Balboa.
Ho has appeared In some of the
most notable eastern photoplay productions.
Roe Is a distinguished looking
(pan and enu'd easily pass for a
South American dlplovat.
nop; "A UBV."
The nw' popn'ar characterisations
of Ml3r. Hlanrhe Sweet Include
those of n racamiifnn. an anarchist,
an addict ?o druas and a mesmerist's
subject. Her newest role Is that of
"a lady" In the Larky-Paramount
plc'urlzatlor. of Henry Soton Merrlmrn's
novel, "Tho Snowars."
ON BKLAHCO PM1'.
James Voting. tho latest addition to
Ihe Lasky staff of directors, will bet-in
work on the pIcturlzHtion of the
fi mons Polasro play. "Sweet Kitty
Rollalrs." a Paramount pldure In
uliich Mao Murray will play the title
role.
JtirS 1NIVE1ISAL.
Two well known comedians have
olned the Unlvcrsal's western forces,
rhcy are Margaret Joslln and (Harry
rotld. who will bo remembered for
heir work with another company In
he "Snokovllle" stores. They will
ppcnr for tho ITnlversnl In one reel
omcdlos, directed by Craig Hutehlnon.
A I heater In New York, tinder the
Irectlon of Brandon Tynan, la to be
poncd next January. Jatnea K.
lackett and George C. Tyler will be
laaoclated wltli him In Its managenont.
! + + + * +
WOMEN DOCKERS. +
+
LIVERPOOL, Eng., April 8.? +
Women are now being employed +
nt the Liverpool docks, hand- +
ling eotton imports and othor +
' bagged goods. At the Leyland
' line docks nearly 100 women +
are now working. Fears woro +
entertained that the dockers' I'
union would ralso difficulties, +
but these have been smoothed +
over and tho women are recelv- +
lng the same rate of pay as the +
' men.
+
OPERA
MORROW
' -nl
i .' v ^^^HBjflMHEjsH
e Princess Pat," Mnsicnl Stage Offerit
the Robinson Grand.
Tho Prima Donna" and "The Only
Girl."
Tho story of tho opera has to do
with tho flirtations of tho Princess dl
Montaldo (formerly Patrlco O'Connor).
who Is called Pat, for short. Tho
scoro of tho opera contains twenty
numbers of n popular, yet highly muslcanly
variety. The scenes of the
three acta are laid on Long Island. In
lha east of nrlnetnnls will he nuth
Welch, Este Morrison, Efllo Toye, Bon
Hendricks. Esrl Benham, Edward
Mctcalf, George Gregarlo, Philip H.
Ityley. Herbert Salinger, Francis
Bryan and Lorolta Marks.
*
UNDAY, APRIL 9, 1916.
House Peteri
Monaay at
WW Star in Strong Photoplay
Called "The Hand of
Peril"
A week ol anbllmo nuatarpictaree
wvuuug wiui love, romance, pauios
and mystery and featuring some of
Broadway's most brilliant stan, Is In
store for all Ibo theatergoing public
at the Orpheam theater this coming
week.
Monday, House Peters, that noted
dramatic genius whose ability as an
actor Is undoubted. Is booked to appear
In "Tho JIand of Peril," an unusually
forceful dramatic offering interpreted
by a stellar cash The story,
which is of great strength, tells of the
advonturcs of a young man and woman
in society, and Is presented In fire seta.
Prom IIopo .NotcL
Tuesday, tho famous novel, "Rupert
of 'Hontzsu," from the pun of Anthony
Uopo who also wroto "The Prisoner
of Zcnda," will bo Iho feature. This
Is indeed a magnificent production,
and presents one of tho largest costs
over assembled to produce a moving
picture. Tho beautiful Jano Gall appears
In the role of the excellent
(Juncn Flavin and the display of boantlful
gowns and oxqulslte scenery Is
said to be dsailing. The star Is ably
supported by a special cast.
Wednesday, the charming and dainty
Violet Mermereau will appear in "Autumn."
an Idyllic masterplay of the
woods and fnntamn The story tells
PpjousTyctS^ B
y"ncH*NDOFPcmvH
T
of eras lm*w and every'moment of It i
is sayreu. A brilliant sast including
Parj* Richards is in support through-1
cm the entire piny.
Another chapter of the masterful,
drama, "Graft," Trill also be shown as?
reHMmnMHMaaamaa
GOSSIP OF'
"Potash and Perlmuttar" is to he
produced in I*url&
William Elliott is N.-pvoduce a new
play called Tbo Secret Sea"
A Ercnch dramatist has written a
war play of Iho date nf tear
A second company la to be organized
to present "Tic Foar M&rkot" on tour.
Tbo play by Wlncholl Smith, In
which Ann .Murdoch is to appear. Is
called "SukL"
Harry Pilccr la to leave Gaby Deslys
and appear In vaudovlllo with his slater,
Klsio Pllcor.
"Carollno," by Somerset Maugham,
which is to bo producod In this country.
Is "to bo renamed "The Unattainable."
It Is said that Llna Cavallcrl and
Luclcn Muratoro are considering an
otter to enter vaudovlllo at a fabuS
POEHTTVEIiY
The a
Greatest Progiam
In the City
Program Fc
Monday
(Sliubert)
Tuesday
(Blue Bird)
Wednesday
(Rod Featlior)
Thursday
(Broadway)
;
Friday
(Equitable)
Saturday
I (Broadway)
c 17P t ALL TED
tDIhJUt ALL TH3
s to Appear
the Qrpheum
an extra attraction, featuring the
Broadway stars, Harry D. Carsy and
Jane Novak.
Thursday, a really beautiful society
drama from tht of Ivan Ahrash
son, "A Fool's Paradise," trill be the
big drawing card. The story has a
powerful theme, gfrlng the Incidents
In tho life of a rich banker, whose wife
Is nnfalthfuL Finally, after many
troubles, time causes a separation and
he 1s then sole to see that he has
boen living "A Fool's Paradise." Tho
acting in this play la brilliant. Chrystlno
Mayo Is seen In the lea'dlng role.
Friday, tho charming, forceful and
oxtremely dramatic novel by 0. Hadden
Chambers, "Paseersby," will be;
I the special offering. The distinguished
ilroadway star. Charles Cherry, supi
ported by an excellent cast of noted
'stars, plays tho difficult leading rolo
which Is peculiarly adapted for htm
and gives him exceptional opportunity
for forceful acting and real life portrayals.
Sensational Offering.
[ Saturday, the extTemely sensational
UIIB1111J4 by Ue IHnlOUS writer Ivan
Abrasom, "Forbidden Fruit." will be:
the mammoth feature. The story,
which la laid In modern society, tolls
of love, romance and at last. Jealousy,
the evil Influence that leads human
beings to deeds which Injure thoso
they most love. The charming actress,
M1ss Paula Shay, assisted by Everett I
Buttorfleld, scores a wonderful 'triumph
In the leading role. James
EeS&Sp;,
s
The Celebrated Drni
Charles Oil
Is Starred
"PASSERS
A. Sublime Screen Adaption from the 1
Chamber!
The Most Beautiful B
Miss Paula
Scores a Pronounced
"FORBIDDEN
Never Anything Like It In All the Wo
Assemble!
Special Music -A!
2 HIQH CLASS PHOI
! FAMOUS BBOADWA5
Cooley, Minna Phillips and Violet Maxwell
art ate> In the cast. This will
prove ons of the hest offerings of the
week and Js sure to play to capacity
houses as has been the case with this
feature wherever shown.
THE STAGE
iuus weeiUy salary.
San Francisco is to havo a musical
stock company.
Feme .Rogers, who sang the title
role in "The Princess Pat," in that!
opera's socond company, is going on
a concert tour.
Albert E. Klralfy has announced
that he will present a huge open air
spectacle next summer in New York
called "Civilization."
Frances Starr has ended her tour
in "Marie Odlle," and will begin rehearsals
on her new play by the authors
of "Grumpy."
Margaret Leslie will be the leading
woman tor Arnold Daly in his revival
of "Beau Brummel."
Irene Fenwick is to be starred in
"The Co-respondent" Her leading
iRPHEVy
* THEATER X
\r the Week ot
The Noted Drama
House Pe
Is Starred
"THE HAMD O
An Unusual Forceful anil Dramatlo
The Undoubted Queen
Jane
Will Charm 1
"RUPERT OF H
li'.ptcil from the Famous Novel of thi
author of "The Prisoner of Zenda." '
The Little Darling
Violet Mew
Is Starred
"AUTO
A Beautiful Story of Love Tol
And Episode No. 14
An Extremely Sensational
Ohrystine 1
"A Fool's "pa
A Heart Throbbing Story of Love, R
Abramson.
SECOND SECTION
man will 1m Norman Trevor.
The Canadian authorities have announced
that-any German or Anstrlan
actor vlsltlnx Canada will be
Interned.
Mortal Starr, who has won note aa
an emotional octrees,' has returned
from Australia, where ahe has been
for the last three years.
Maude Adams la to resume her tour
In "The Little Minister,'-' which was
IntsewrnteA V? > ' ? n *? t.? ? - el -
uwiiuyMu w/ m van iii uw avuier s
deathbed In Salt Lake City. The tour
will last until July.
Harry Lauder, who haa been appearing
In Detroit, la under the care
of three eminent throat specialists ot
that city. He had an attack ot laryngitis
which threatened to derelop
Into pneumonia. ,
John Cort la going to produoe an
opera called "Gloria," by Harry B.
and Robert Smith, with score by Carl
Woees. In the cast are Josle Intropodl.
Katharine Calloway, Grace
rteia, Tom Lewis ana John E. Young. (C
Douglas Fairbanks Is to b? seen In
a motion picture play of the WeBt
called "The Good Dad Man." Bessie
Lore will be the leading lady In the
cast
Colonel William F. Cody will present
his "Buffalo Bill" show In conjunction
with the "101 Ranch" show.
The chief feature will be an elaborate
spectacle called "Preparedness."
Edward H. Robins, who has aroused
much attention by his performance of
the lawyer In "Erstwhile Susan," with
Mrs. Flake, Is to bead a summer stock
company in Toronto.
John I,. Golden and Wlncholl Smith
hare formed a producing linn, and
the first play they will produce Is a
comedy by Jack Hazzard, called "Like
Mother Made." The production will
take place Easter week at Atlantic
City.
Oliver Morosco Is to produce In the
fall. "Salamagundl." a musical comedy,
with book by the late Elbert Hubbard.
lyrics by Earl Carroll and music
by Enrico Caruso. The Hubbard Roycroft
colony Is In evidence In the
piece. Hubbard's famous "Messago
to Garcia"-Is to be adapted for screen
uses.
SEW LEADING 3T.VS.
Roland Bottomlcy Is Jackie Saundrra'n
nam lon^lncr Un iLa
distinction of having appeared In the
London prom lor of two Bernard Shaw
plays. He rehearsed under the noted
satirist and la full of anecdotes of
him. Bottomley Is now a member of
tho Balboa studio forces.
SEW THICKS.
Those who have followed the startling
development In the art of trick
photography are said to have further
sensations awaiting them when "Tho
NoGood Guy" tho Triangle Kay Bee
feature in which William Collier is
starred. Is presented to the public.
Even some of the wierd and uncanny
effects recently achieved by Keystone
comedies are said to be outdone lt/thla
picture.
AS DETECTIVE.
By wafy of variety Miss Fannie Ward
appears as a feminine detective In her
fourth Lasky-Paramount photoplay, g-g
"W.V rVnlnnon ? 1- ?- **-- ? *
miv wtjvuac. ilCI IUIC IB UlUl \ J
of a French girl who encounters all
sorts of adventures In New York and
Anally appears In the nick of time to
save the friendly hero, who has been
falsoly accused of murder.
BALBOA SERIES.
"The Grip of Evil" Is the name of
Balboa's forthcoming photoplay series,
In which Jackie Saunders will be
seen as the starred attraction. The
piece, consisting of fourteen two-reel
episodes, will be released by Pathe.
which has handle'! '> the Long
Beach "house of i big productions,
such as "\Y "Neal, of
tho Navy, and "T!.> Circle."
jgr Special Music by
v yW '' Pipe Organ''
Wg The Great
JMk The Cadenza Or
chestra
: April 10th
tic Genius
ters
F PERIL"
Ottering Filled with Mystery.
or the Screen
111
fou in
ENTZAU"
e same name by Anthony Hope,
We urge you to come and see this.
ot the Gods ?
?reau
In
CN"
d In a Beautiful Way.
of "GiRIAFT"
Offering Featuring
Vlayo ?
radise"
omance and Jealonsy by Ivan' fk f*6
Acts.
n??l. n?.lu. 1
uauv ucmua
ierry
In
! BY"
Vonderful Novel by C. Hadden
I.
roadway Star
Shay
Trlnmph In
PRfUIT"
rid. Moat Brllllatn .Cast Ever
11 Week.
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