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SECOND SECTION
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Theodore Roberts and Anita King
in the Jesse L. Laslty production of
"Anton the Terrible." written by
Jules Eckart Goodman from the
t^Raturday Evening Post story by
Thomas H. Uzzell, and prepared for
-v the screen by Marian Fairfax and
/ Charles Sarver. will be the attraction
at the Grand Monday. This gripping
story of .political intrigue in
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ropean war was the cause of a great
deal of comment when it appeared In
the Saturday Evening Post. In preparing
the story for the screen. Jules
Eckert Goodman, the noted dramatist.
has written an even more vi\-Id
story. In the masterly hands of
America's greatest character actor,
and the beautiful Miss King as the
fair victim of his conspiracies, and
supported by a cast of such prominent
artists as Horace B. Carpenter,
Edythe Chapman, Harison Ford and
others, the photo is bound to be of
more than usual interest. A George
Ade Fable. "Books Made to Balance."
will also be offered.
4< 4.
William A. Brady will offer the
brilliant co-stars, Robert Warwick
and Gall Kane. In "The Heart of a
Hero" at the Orpheum theater tomorrow.
A special cast appears in
this play.
"The Heart of a "Hero" follows
chiefly the life of Nathan Hale up
to the point where he rendered his
immortal speech. "I only regret that
I h&ve but one life to lose for my
country." This is undoubtedly the
most appealing play to appear -in
years and the two stars have never
been given better roles nor have they
ever played the roles assigned thorn
quite as well. "The Yellow Menace."
the wonder serial, will be the
added attraction.
The "Melody Lane" Girls, one of
the largest tab organizations on the
road is billed for this week at the
Palace theater. The company has a
ladies' brass hand and it will give a
street parade every day. Three dlffftreni
h!11? will hn nrpcontori rlnrinr
the week, changes being made Wednesday
and Friday. In addition to
the musical comedy offerings, moving
pictures, changed daily, be on
each program.
<5*
The pofiular Lord and Vernon
Musical Comedy Company will he at
the Odeon theater the coming week
in an entirely new repertoire of
plays and music. Several new specialties
will be introduced during the
week.
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Another fine film feature will be
presented at the Bijou theater Monday
together with the usual short
added attraction, but at the time
' this form of the Sunday Telegram
was put to press, C. A. GiUis, the
proprietor, had not received his
hooking.
*3" "2*
Amelia Bingham has decided to rev
turn to vaudeville.
_ ) . +i /c> .+
Adole Rowland has joined the cast
of "-Her Soldier Bor?" by Rida Johnson
Young.
+ +
' "For- the Love of Mike" is to -have
its first production in Baltimore xate
this month.
* +
The Henry B. Harris estate is to
establish a repertoire company, of
which Arnold Daly will be the head.
+ + +
Carl Anthony is playing in a-stock
company in Denver. Florence Rittenhouse
is in a Dep Moines company. J,
+ *
"Girls "Will Be Girls," a new production,
will have its opening in
Philadelphia this week.
+ + +.
i; p:; ^l^old
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Miss Kitty Gordon, the "English
Lillian Russell," who made -her tllui
debut in the World Film Corporiv'
tion's screen version of F. C. Plill-t;
lips' noted novel. "As In a Looking
Glass," was given this appellation bev
cause of th<* fact that her beauty is
typical of her native land and also
because, like the fair Lillian's time,
cannot wither nor custom stale its
Inflnlto norfnpti nnK Snmp s'vtppn
years ago Miss Gordon married the
Hon. Capt. H. H. Beresford oE tho
British army and nobility, and became
known In England as Lady
Beresford. Her * daughter, Cynthia
Beresford. is now fifteen years old.
as beautiful as her mother and apparently
as talented.
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"The Flame." by Richard Walton
Tully, is to make an extended tour.
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A. H. Woods is to build a large
theater and office building in Chicago, i
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Miss Brock-well's latest feature ia
entitled "Sins of Her Parents." She t
mother and the daughter who bears th<
a.xJLu yruves very auiy ucr vtriewtuiiity ?
Henry W. Savage Is planning tiie
production in English of a noted Ger- c
man comedy. o
* * *
Eugene "Walter's play, "Boots and
Saddles," has heen turned into a raov- I
ing picture drama. 1
*
Emily Ann "Wellman has made a big
personal hit in Willard Mack's play, "
"Her Market Value." <
* * +
Henry B. Warner, who has been
doing picture work, is going to star 5
In a new play. 1
4* 4? 1
"Mary Galen," a play by Helen Harrington,
is to be among the new productions
of the month. 3
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The Shuberts are to produce a
play by Lincoln J. Carter tailed "The
Stampede." J
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Charles Kellogg, whose vaudeville
specialty is bird singing, claims a
range of twelve and ono-half octaves.
+ + c
A play by Cyril Harcourt, called *
"The Jordans." will be produced early t
next year by Harrison Grey Fiske.
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Mae Murray Is to appear in a photo- C
play called "The Plow Girl." Elliott J
Dexter appears in her support. ,r
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The Shuberts are to produce Ga:sivorthy's
"The Fugitive" in New York
?arly in the new year.
+ +
Katherine Bmmet, who played in
;tock, has been engaged by Oliver
Morosco for the cast of "The
Brat."
? 4* 4?
David Airfield's season in New York
n "The Music 'Master" has been ex;ented
into January.
?S?' * +
Henry C. Barnabee, one of the origi- |
lal members of the famous "Boston- 8
anB" lately celebrated his eighty-third I
lirthday.
+ +
Sydney Rosenfeld has written a new
lomedy called "Under Pressure." Coian
and Harris will produce It some
Ime during the holidays.
t 4* +
Irene Ftanklin appeared at Atlantic
,tcy uilS WfifiK in TheMelting of T
lolly," a dramatization of the popular |
lovel of that name. |
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a typical Fox picture in Ave reels
:akes the dual role of the sinning
i punishment for her parents' sins,
is a screen artist.
Sfclntyre and Heath will shortly
elebrate the forty-second anniversary
tf their appearance together.
+ 4? *fr 8
Beatrice Van is a new face at Bal
>oa studio. She has been assigned to |
director Henry King's company.
tip of *1 I
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Albert Brown appeared to Montreal J
toly In a new play. "The Black
anther." written expressly for him
W. A. Tremavne.
+
Paul Gordon, who has concluded entgomont*
with moving picture
omas, is about to appear in aystrong
mcrican piny.
+
Muriel Starr and John Miltern are
' have the leading voles in ''Gathers
All," to ho produced ny r-crcyj
urton.
t + +
Irvtn Cobb and Jtol Cooper Megrue
ive written a new last act for "Un>r
Sentence." which act has improved
ie play.
"Pence and Quiet." the Mexican bor^
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ir iarce uy unwnru .union 110710, is
bo given with Max Fipmtui an tho
nr.
+ + *
Khyva St. Albans, who last season
adc her debut us Juliet, is 10 be
tiding woman with John E. Kellerd
his Shakespearean tour.
<q- 4> {.
Lou-Tellogen is to appear as the star
"The Victoria Cross," adapted from
^ol Potter's play. The story Is based
tho famous Indian mutiny of 18f>7.
4? ?9* 4"
Mclntyre and Heath have celebrated
the M'intor Garden, New York the
rty-seeond anniversary of their nrs*
?ge appearance in San Antonio, Tex.,
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I* + * ; |
Bayard Veiller's latest play, "Tlie;
lirtoenth Girl." which is shortly to |
taken to Nov.- York, has in its cast j
irrison Hunter, Katlierlne l>a Salle, i
1r?rt??n it r> . 1 Haaimv.i f '
^ii in >v j \ MCi ?.> uuu vrouifiji.; vn a- j
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Marie Doro. the Lusky-Parainouiit
ir, !g at work on u now production,
finders." in which she is first seen
a street waif and later ns a fash- j
table society girl. ! ,
+ v -J*
A campaign of damage suits, and |
minal prosecutions .against film
rates onorating with l'alce Chaplin !
:tures 1ms been ordered by ProwL
nt John It. Prettier of the Mutual:
lm Corporation. }
I ??. 4. 4.
rn her now p)ay, "The Harp of kite," j
ty-ette Taylor plays the rolo of thejthcr
of a boy of nineteen. Trie'
aract.er is altogether different, from!
'Our PROGRAM for
Albsoluteily Beyc
Monday?Brady Made
ROBERT WARWICK
WITH GAIL KANE IN
"The Heart of a Hero"
A Beautiful Love Drama?5 Acts
Added Attraction:
'1 The TeflSLow Menace''
Tuesday?'
(TRIANGLE)
I>. W- Griffith Offers
MHS!3< Si(2jI3IE LOV?
Triangle's Brilliant Star, In
"A Sister of Six"
A Marvelous and Powerful Drama
5 ActB.
Added Attraction:
"Fast Keystone Comedy"
A Thousand Laughs. 2 Parts
Wednesday
J. Warren Kerrigan
Will Entrance You in
"The Social
Buccaneer"
Assisted by.. Louise Lovely
EVERY WEDNESDAY
- ''LIBERTY"
The Preparedness Drama.
U~~| ' THE LARGEST
near i htthee
Tomorrsw n? t?
SPECIAL!! Blj0U III
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? ~n
"A Lass of the
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"rub Comedy ^
UNDAY, NOYEaCBER .19,
nuytUins she bus douo lnilore, icaU is t
also sum to bo ujiu?rout irom tixe us- j
uui t>x?u 01 stage muttier. p
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Fannie Ward. Lamkv 'Star In Para.
mount Pictures,
Of all things* on earth, dross cornea
Irst with Fannie Ward. Never does a
ftfock pasa that alio does not design a
lew one for herself, and her orltlc on
ill such affairs 1b her own husband,
rack r>ean. who is quite an authority
in the question now. Passing on more
han 50 designs each year would nati
irally make him so.
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th!e Coming Weeik
md Compare.
Ttaraday ((Md (Rooster)
A1 H. Woods Presents
JAfNE G?EY
And All Star Broadway Cast, In
"The Test"
6 Acts.
A Highly Sensational Society
Masterpiece ?
Added Attraction:
A Fast Comedy
2 Reels.
Friday & Saturday w "w:.
(TRIANGI/B)
Thomas H. Ince Presents
Ljouise Glaum and
Howard Hidkman
And All Star Oast, In
"Somewhere in
France"
NC.H1SK
Drama.
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By Ricnara tiartung J?avi?
Added Attraction:
CEUAMUESY CJCECAPUIN
"The Night Owls"
A new Cliaplln Comedy. A thousand
laughs. 2 reels of fun.
^POSPIE'OlEiaLAJIir Hiorf
iiswA-TE near.
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a bo soon. called "The Honor System."
t la naid to be very sensational, ox
wvuiU auwu 01 uiu cjtuuiuuei prucucuu
n prisons, one of the scenoe bolng a
omarkablo Jatl delivery by 500 con1cta.
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Three stars?count 'out, tkreo?all <
i one big musical play. That In what 1
ho Chariot* Frohman Company offers <
musement soekors In "Sybil." And, 1
ho stars arc those favorites. Julia* 1
andersou. Donald Brian and Joseph
Sawthom. Threo of tlio vory boat.
+
Work Ik progressing rapidly an the
letro-Rolfo feature, "The Kntl of the
'our," a tlvo-uct hmunn interest
vama starring Lionel Barrytnoro. Tnls
s a story of theatrical life in the
ouUiwost, adapted for the screen
roni the original story by Karlo.
fitch oil.
+ +
The Solig Company on Monday. No-t
omber 127. will release a very unusual
ubjoet through General Flint sorvico.
i'he production will bo entitled "Kolovring
tho Flag:." This feature conlats
of three reels and presents \
'ershlng's column crossing the bnr>lor
Into Mexico in pursuit of Villa.
+
Tho next. Metro production in which
Cthel Uarrymore Is to star in a Hint
orBlon of Margaret Daland's famous
love!. "Tho Awakonlng of Helena >
titohlo." Miss Barrymoro will bo sur-|
THE HOUSE THAT RA
MONDAY? THEODORE ROB
I'anunoiint? "ANTON THE TEUI
TUESDAY? WILLIAM NIG1
Metro? "LIFE'S SHADOWS." A
WEDNESDAY? MARIE
Paramount? Add: Roatrla
Ttarsday, Miaony OPicfcfondi
Frldfly Afternoon at -The
Friday Afternoon at 4:80,1
Oommendn
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Added i Friday, HITGHIE M.
Added: Saturday, "THE CI
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Johm ?W. Froth]
Presents the 'World's Grea
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rounded by an exceptional east. The ,^lj|
picture is being directed by John WV
"A real railroad wreck?otto that"
imppenod instead of being planned-?
snters by chanco into the production.,
of "A Lasa of the T.umberlanda,"
the serial play which Holon Holmes's ?$$8
company Ib making in northern California
tor release by Signal through .A
tho Mutuul Fllni Corporation. '
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Margaret llliugton is to appear Jiu
"Our Littlo Wife" by Avory HopwoodJ
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uiinUi HJU uuwuifu yi om?/u (VL vuurpany.
liowell Sherman will bo one.on
hor supporting company, tho cast ln-< "
eluding alao Walter Hampden,
ham Pinto, Rao Sclwyn and Robert'
Fischor.
?$ ??? ??
Troop I), United States Cavalry.
just back to Ron Angeles barracks J ^
from Port Hunchucn, Ariz., (known.!
In army circles no "the loneliest.1 ' ;
fort") is going to help Helen Holmes ;
mnko "A Ijibr or tho Cumberlands,"
the biggest success of hor sonaatlon111
career.
+ * *
William Favcrahum Is planning to
have a theater of his own In i*?ow York MM
with a string company to present new
plays nnd Shakespearean rovivals. Ho
snys he will encourage young collego
(Continued on pnRO 1 ' Scc0n<* Sect.)
rSBl) THE STANOATtB
12BTS nn<l ANITA KING, la
UBM3." Add. Goo. Ado Fable.
I and IRBNE HAWIiRV, In
IK)IM> In "THE L.ASH"
> Fairfax. , Burton Holmes.
in "(Less Than tine Bust"
? ItuHAtnn Symphony Orchestra
Friday Nl?ht and Saturday
g at Xooii
Pearson ''
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A OK tn "TX>VIS AND DOOT"
UMBON STAIN MYSTJCRT"
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7TERNOON
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