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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919. Great Film Star at Washington Theatre Sunday I trenchant byplays is perhaps seen at its best A I The farce opens with a May party uuca as one sees in a, country town. The mayor presides and the richest girl, of course, is slated for the queen's honors. Mabel Normand, a3 Millie Martin, the poorest, watches the fes tivities from the top of a tree. There is the Tillage band with the usual per spiring trombone player, the sawing fiddler, the flaming finHot n j - o uv.j auu all tliC ! rest. Near bv a. flash rftaoinco. freckle-faced girl licking a lemon. The disaster which overtakes the trom bone player, is easily imagined. It is photographed with acutely ludicrous effect and serves as a graphic bit to : !Wf CtMnk Mill J-i ? I wA iVvn m I, Kl -fT' - Adults Stf5t& HJ1 : Children I 15c . I " Mary Pickford tv '' " D addy Loivg Logs " H . 11 - .... 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 t 1 11 11 1 IMALh&ll j 1 1 1 establish the spirit of the farce. . From that point the fun develops, reaching an uproarious height when Millie precipitates the May queen into a stagnant pool and the girl reels back ; w uer court, wua ner gaum ngure too garments. "When Doctors Disagree," in which Mabel Normand comes to the Wash ington theatre beginning Wednesday, embodies a score of details which make it artistic. One of the funniest of all the hu morous things with which Mary Pick ford's new and best feature, "Daddy Long Legs" which, will be seen at the Washington Sunday, Monday tpd Tuesday, is loaded in a series'' of scenes in which Mary, as Judy Abbott takes too much hard cider. The funny little "drunk" is not In dulged in by Judy Abbott, the orphan child Miss Pickford plays, with malice aforethought. It happens that she and a funny little orphan with a very freckled face lave just led a "prune strike" in which they have sought to obtain better food for the children of the asylum, who are fed on thin sonp and prunes. The tyrannical head matron has won the battle, being a large woman able to dominate the cowering little Continued On Page Fifteen. News Dispatches From Surrounding Communities GREEN'SFORK Miss Lucile Gent ry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Gentry, was married to Florence Lin derman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Linderman at Newcastle. The Rev. Charles Shultz officiated. They are spending their honeymoon in Chicago. U. S. "HELLO" GIRL WINS D. S. MEDAL "Heart and Hand for Jesus," in which special emphasis will be given to the importance of Industrial Missions in foreign lands. There will be pretty exercises for the little children and several playlets for the intermediate W AjUClie 6waiI entertamea. on school. Everybody is invited to at Thursday evening at her country home I tend. near augar urove. uames ana music were enjoyed and late in the evening refreshments were served. The guests were Misses Clara Hill, Mable Sanders, Cuba Sawyer, Ruby Gilmer, Blanch Davis, Meree Oler, Sarah Gamber, Mary Hatfield, Ollie Bane, Louise Lind ley, Katherine Strickler, Louise Harris Rosella Keever, Gertrude Cain, Ra chel Gwinn, Mildred Hill, Lucile Swain, Charles Riggs, Dallas Stevens, Carl Simpson. Kenneth Nicholson, Glen Veal. Aaron Lindley, Ray Wise, Clarence Shiebla, Walter Cain, Lloyd Saunders, Delson Cox, Luther Sowers, John Robinson, Horace Boyd, Harold Cook, Benjamin Franklin, Horace Statts, Donald Gause. OXFORD. O. The second session .of Miami university's summer school will open Monday. Dean H. C. Min nich says he is expecting an attend once of 700 to 800 students. The ses sion will last six weeks. Miss Anna D. Habekost, of West Alexandria, has been appointed act ing dean of women at Miami univer sity this summer, to serve in the place of Dean Elizabeth Hamilton, who has gone to Kittery Point, Me., to spend her vacation. GREENVILLE Mayor Wright and the police department have declared war on the indiscriminate firing of air rifles in the city limits. Any boy caught shooting birds will be brought before juvenile court, warns the mayor. Hugh Thompson of Red River, has been taken to the insane hospital at Dayton -following complaint of neigh bors that he has been frequently firing off dangerous weapons. Oliver Fourman, living near Arcan um, was before juvenile court charged with neglect of his children. After be ing confined in jail for an hour lie was released on promise to follow tli 3 court's orders. John Calderwood has received word of the death at Sautell, CaL, of his brother, George W. Calderwood. He was well known here as a temperance lecturer, and was founder of The Cou rier, for a number of years the leading Republican newspaper in Darke county. WASHINGTON Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Mary Pickford in "Daddy Long Legs." Wednesday and Thursday Mabel Normand in WThen Doctors Disagree." Friday and Saturday Pauline Fred erick in "The Fear Woman." MURRAY Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Enid Bennett in "The Law of Men." Thursday, Friday and Saturday Lila Lee in "A Daughter of the WTolf." MURRETTE Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Douglass Fairbanks in "The Knicker bocker Buckaroo." Wednesday and Thursday Ethel Clayton in "Vicky Van." Friday and Saturday Frank Keen an in "The Master Man." WASHINGTON The triangle, the bone of contention in contemporary society, is one of the hinges on which the plot of "The Fear Woman," Pauline Frederick's latest Goldwyn production, swinen. And tri. angles in society often have more than ! ine traditional three angles, as the sit INVESTIGATE POGROMS FSv Associated Hresa) PARIS. June 21. President Wilarm has decided to appoint a commission tO inVeKt.T?at runnrttrt nn,nmt lJ v...v Poland. uations in "The Fear Woman!" which is-to be shown at the Washington theatre, commencing Friday, brings forth. The triangle, as old as society itself, offers a number of angles of concep. I tion. In the case in "The Fear Wo-! roan," a sorrowful, well-bred young woman, Helen Winthrop, is thrown by! fate into the household of the Scarrs. I a blase married couple. At first show ing it Is expected that the triangle will include Helen Winthrop, the husband and Mrs. Scarr. On the other hand.! the author has woven the detail around : Mrs. Ccarr, the offender; the ne'er-do- j well society "favorite," and Helen ! W inthrop, with the latter as the pro tagonist. In saving the wife's reputation, Helen Winthrop makes the supreme sacrifice for a woman the loss of her own good name. The subtlety of the triangular sit uation, to which the unsuspecting Mr. Scarr adds the fourth angle, has been brought out in "The Fear Woman" by Miss Forrester better nrobablv than in any other play in which the vivid Miss Frederick has ever ar- peared. Nowadays a successful photoplay is like a well-wrought novel. It is re plete with bits of detail that make for greater verisimilitude, small in them selves but large in effect. Mable Nor mand's Goldwvn nietures am ptshh. in j pies of this, and in "WTien Doctors I Disagree," her newest, the value of Miss Grace D. Banker. Miss Grace D. Banker of Passaic, N. J., has received the Distinguished Service Medal from Gen. Hunter Liggett for "exceedingly mcritorioua and distinguished service, and un tiring devotion to her duties under trying conditions during operations against St. Mihiel salient and north of Verdun." Miss Banker is chief operator of the army telephone serv ice in Coblenz. She has been over seas a year and was supervisor of the first thirty-two "Hello Girls" vl:o enlisted in March. 1218. G COXNERSVILLE A frame build ing belonging: to the Lexinsrton com pany was destroyed by re, the orig:n of which cannot be learned. A quan-j tity of oil, paper and wooden boxes i which were in th" building made fuel for the flames. The property loss is i small and covered by insurance. City council will be petitioned fcr a city market to be established on "West Court street. GREENSFORK The Young Men's Dancing club will give a dance at the K. of P. hall at Grensfork Wednesday K. of P. hall at Greensfork Wednesday supervise the dancing class in the early part of the evening. Music by Tic's trio. MILTON The Christian Sunday school will observe Children's Day Sunday evening with a program called Sunday 3 Big Features- GEORGE WALSH Col. O. Macklem. charged with a breach of the Canadian Wrar Charities Act. pleaded guilty and was fined 100. HELPED HER LITTLE GIRL, Children need all their strength for growing- A lingering- cold weakens thorn bo that the system Is open to at tack by more serious sickness. Mrs. Amanda Flint, Route 4, New Philadel phia, O., writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar cured my little girl of the worst tickling cough. I had tried many things and found nothing to help until I got Foley's Honey and 'iar." Gives immediate relief from distressing, rack ing, tearing coughs; soothes and heals. Good for colds, croup and whooping cough. For sale by A. G. Luken & Co. Adv. - NOTICE OF REVIVAL vEvangelist D. T. Kock of Ravenna, O., will be with us for a week's meet ing beginning Sunday evening, June 22. The Church of God. Rhoda Temple. j THOMAS DUCKWORTH 1 In his breeziest production Plever Say QySt -Also NEAL HART In a thrilling drama of the west The Gun Runners' And for a big laugh the Vitagraph Comedy Football and Frauds Tuesday Wallace Reid in "THE HOUSE OF SILENCE" Here's Richness for All Who Love a Good Story A Condensed Novel a Day for One Hun dred Days Many Notable Contributors, Including Ex-Gov. Samuel W. McCall Who has made a brilliant condensation of Winston Churchill's great novel j'li "CONISTON 99 Other contributors include Ex-Pres. Taft, Senator David I. Walsh, Irving Bacheller, Dr. Cyrus Townsend Brady, Mr. Ellery Sedgwick, editor of the Atlantic Monthly; Mrs. Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman, Mrs. Larz Anderson, Richard Henry Dana, Rev. Paul Revere Frothingham, Prof. W. F. Harris of Cambridge, James B. Connolly, Capt. Andre Morize, etc., etc. The Hundred Condensed Novels Will Appear Exclusively in The. Richmond Palladium Daily Starting Monday, June 23 The Event of the Year Sunday Monday and Tuesday The Mary Pickford Company Presents the "World Famous Star's FIRST PHOTOPLAY from her own studio maury ricKioro In Jean Webster's Celebrated Play 66 .B&cly Loejf Les" Directed by Marshall Neilan. Photographed by Charles Rosher A love story of an orphan A Super Attraction in 7 REELS The sole survivors of the great Prune trike Incomparably the Greatest Pickford Picture Ever Mad Scenes that will rock you with laughter Scenes that will touch your heart RhPrinl JJnftr0 Mary Plckford offers the first production from her own studios, of J7C-lM I yuitUV which her mother is Business Manager, as an example of the qual ity of photoplays her friends may expect from her in the future. She paid $40,000 for the story alone. She is not controlled by any producing company and is responsible to the public only for the class of entertainment she provides. vu y "If You Don't Like Crowds, Come Early"