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aroma I Saturday— JOHN BARRYMORE I ' n I VZ, J&r S^TAI J i> ■—i "DR. JEKYLL —AND—. MR HYDE" This is Robert Louis Stevenson's celebrated story, made famous on the stage by Richard Mansfield. Barrymore's portrayal is the finest acting presen tation of the year 1920. i OMtno« Griffith and her dirertor. II w*D M I lu(. company of promt mm player*. ar* at St. Auruatln*. IWHM making exterior rnw for "th» Wh taper Market," a «tory of OMth American Interlgue " CHARLES SCHWARTZ Optuaietrl.t Price. Reasonable. noa* Maia U(l. COMING SATURDAY, A tempestuous, colorful romance of a woman to whom love was a game and lovers puppets to be toyed with— 'THE |A WOMAN mm. AND THE IPPv ■ Picturized from the I "* famous play that stirred rUrrtl —WITH— GERALDINE FARRAR In the sort of part she made famous—a capricious CLEMMER cigarette girl—wild and untamed, until— een»if» MUSIC rn MBORIUS LAST TIMES TONIGHT HAUPTMAN "The Fortune Hunter" I Jlrec pl * yl , n " „ , «„n, from "Blloen," by Victor Her-. With Earle Williams b«rt m—^^———————— "Humoreek#" .........Dvorak Millennium Coming, Says Evan Roberto rj I/JNDON. Mar tl.-Enn Roberta, f the famous Welsh revivalist, declare* I that "there la no doubt «• are al - i ready In the throes of the mlllenlal a#*. Ever linn the Welsh revival of tt+« there have been perpetual and profound dl.turbancee by ftatan and his hosta. and an unprecedented ac tivity tn the affair* of men. None of this ha* hvan accidental. Two thrones have already passed away, and there are shadows of the coining oae throne. Rarthly throne* ar* STRAND ORCHESTRA UNDER WINELAND umm l»«tr flw Il« n«|r*«iy H' C*ll<iro« lie U«« N«la IN Arricft i r.& txtwr fkx'f k4lc«ny IW- IN U|« •**»• IN (All irte«« turlud* (*«» melting away In preparation for the divine." Concrete Ships Are Abandoned IOXVOS. May H - Sir C. D. Hun ter. head of a .hipbuilding firm, an nounred th* abandonment of the achem. to build concrete .hip* at th. company's yards They ar* a com plete failure, he alii, roetln* twice as much aa *tee| vessels and taking twice as lone to build. THE BEATTLE STAR The Woman and the Puppet" Next Attraction at Clemmer >1 .4 new and lovely photo of Geraldine Farrar, who come* to the Clemmer Saturday in the role, of a Spanish gipity, in her latent photoplay, "The Woman and the f'vppet." SONNT HpaJn with lis romanra, Ita rolor. Ila (lr». lrm|»»l(oiu lov»a and atormjr )f"alnu»l«-« la lha xviit of (Iwaldln* ►"arrar'a latrat vehl.lt> "Th«- Woman anil lha 111f> P*t." which o[>«na at Iho Clainmer Saturday. In Ihla mmanllp pUy bjr Plerra and l'l»rr# Krondal*. author* of "A|»hmdlla." lha bl* S»w York an«-r*«a. Mlaa Karmr la (Ivan th* rola vt • high aplrttad Hpanlah Ctrl whoaa wllaa and whim* hrtnc a Ki«nl»h nobleman to the »rrt» of dcaprratlon until, danKlod too lone I Ik'a a pup- P«t. h« turn* and tainra h«r Uke "Flame of the I>eeert" and "The Work! and Ita Women" thla drama off.-ra Mlaa Farrar a colorful role. l*>n Tellegan playa the supporting lead Karle Wirtlama In "The Fortune Hunter" la Ota preaent attraction at the Clemmer • • • uwarnr Itoma nra and ad venture fn the far famed diamond field* of South Af rica - that's the theme of "Thou Art tha Man." the photoplay which npma at the Liberty (taturday following the final showing Friday night of "My Lady'a Garter ~ You'll admire the ham of thla new photoplay, a stalwart young soldier of fortune, who gt.es to )alt falsely acruaed to shield the girl he lona. The African atmosphere is said to be remarkably true to life. It show* tonight" NORM * TALMADCE A DAUGHTER OF TWO WORLDS STARTING SATURDAY • IF you are an employer of men IF you belong to any commercial organization IF you are a working man or woman IF you belong to any labor organization IF you have your community at heart Here in the play meant for you. VSjEF A Burning Metaage of the Moment TO THOSE WHO Would Have More and Live Better HAROLD LLOYD^ft| HAUNTED SPOOKS M J, His 1100,000 Special ' REX Tf»t»*T-« ramiMMa i inmTi -jftrqoM fMniif i "My i«ii • «■«•»." nr. MM KM. ftarle Wltlbuae la 1W t.fltm# lUntf* " <<>■ Itr.l M—■». Mr. Qfimili'i Ha I (4,, I 111 Ml II r *• ffuxD-TMi i>. Min»> -wk* i iw wir«r~ NM-Hotm TWwUfi la "A Itnmiklt ml t». < <>l llVMl—<«*taae UiUOlk la "IW niaikm" CUM *—ftaeathp rhUllpa la "Ha lu«bl u HawH'a ' the torrid land of hot blooded m»n and women. unscrupulous diamond •munl'n and a few clmui hmnn) folks Ilk* Mylea Callltnrpe and the (irl for whom ha gtje* thru fire. Hubert Warwick and Lola Wllaon have the leading roUra. a a a rOIJHKI-M When Howard Chandler Oirbrty declared thai Katharine Macltonald's title, "the moat beautiful woman In plcturea." waa wall earned and ac counted for her beauty by aaylng It represented the (lory of a dauntlem character, ho little knew that Miaa Mar Donald's Best etory would eo able bar to caact a role of this nature In "The Turning Point." the lat eat attraction of "the American lleauly." which wlfl be shown at the Coliseum for the flrat time Hatur •lay. Sllw Mac]trnald playa the part of Plana Tennant. who irreeta the JEWSEr^^O?nießpstGl^^P "I't'l go to the I Jbrrt)" In always |«nl ulik* Friday—Final presentations of a real mystery melodrama "MY LADY'S GARTER" Starting Saturday—A fascinating 1 romance of the African dia mond fields—A story laid in a new and absorbing atmosphere— 'Thou Art the Man' • The "game" is smuggling gems. The place, the fabulous diamond fields of South Africa. The "powers behind/' a gang of thieves who stop at no crime on the calendar. The victim, a big two-fisted soldier of fortune who goes to jail for the girl he loves and "gets" the crooks in the end. WALLACE ON THE WURLITZER new* of the loss of a fortune with Indifference bpfomm > profes slonal society hostess. The event* that rome within her experience In this work are most unusual and In- UfMtlnn li. W. Griffith's "The Idol Dan cer" close* tonight. • • • STRAND One of the classics of Knglish lit erature. Htevenson's "l>r. Jekyll and Mr Hyde." ha* been translated to the screen a* a Paramount Artcraft picture and will he shown at the Htrnnd beginning Katurday. In the role of the unfortunate Dr. Jekyll. John Harrymore In declared to give one of the moat remarkable per formance* of hi* careeiT The story of the !<ondon physician who. thru scientific curiosity, discov ered a fluid that would transform him at will from a philanthropic friend of humanity Into a groveling, flendlnh beast In well known. It I* mid to be a real banter-piece of film, a* well a* written, literature. Tonight bring* to a clone a two week*' run of Cecil DeMllle'a popu lar production, "Why Change Your Wife?" "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out: Doubles Its Beauty. # A few cents "l>niiil<<rlne " After an application of "Danderlne" you can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff; besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and thickn—« RKX * Frank Keenan. one of the fore moat character actor* now appearing on the screen, come* to the Hex Sat urday In "The World Aflame." a story of Carson Hurr. a millionaire manufacturer, who haa foresight. Because his city I* misgoverned. he runa for mayor and I* elected. A natlcyi wide strike threaten* to have It* inclplency In his city. Not only does he quell the uarest but he abol ishes the cnuse of all strikes for all time, by adopting the system of profit sharing in his own plant and Inducing all the other extensive em ployers of labor to do the aame thing. Komanoe Is supplied by the may or's daughter and a young city hall employe. Norma Talmadge close* a week's engagement In "A Daughter of Two Worlda" at the Rex tonight. • • • COIjOKIAL Corlnne Griffith will appear In "The Climbers" at the Colonial for the last time tonight The new show which opens Bat urda.v will be a screen version of Hal Held'* big stage success. "The Con fession." The story of the picture Is one which Is bound to hold the audience. It depicts the love of sweetheart for sweetheart, brother for brother and la*t, but not least, the love of a mother for her son. Henry B. Walthall, famed for his wonderful performance of "The Lit tle Colonel" In Griffith's "Birth of a Nation," Is the featured player. He Is supported by a clever cast Includ ing Francis McDonald, William Clif ford, Margaret Landis and Barney Furey. nclure Pa&r William Faversham will soon be gin work on "The Sin That Wash His," a film play by Frnnk Packard, author of "The Miracle Man." • • • Olive Thoma* appears on skis In her new picture "The Flapper." • • • Prlscllla Dean's next picture has been chosen. It Is called "The Cat That Walked Alone," and Is an orig inal screen story In a prologue und four parts by John Cotton. • * * Jane NoVak Is suing her husband. Frank Newberg, for divorce. The Kewberrs have been married fir* years. Instantly Beautify Your Complexion Thousands of rlrla and vomct fVfrywhfre proclaim DGRWtLM the greatest beaatlfler yet discov ered. It Instantly rivcs the skla that rosy white appearance every normal woman craves. <)v»r Or® hundred thousand are using It Im place of face powder, a* it stays oa nnttl you *a»h It off. It Is ao Ufa. like In appearance that It is Impos sible to detect it, and It Kivea ycmi a youthful skin "every one juflV loves to touch." It Is especially rec ommended as a protection to th« skin, for shiny nose, freckles, tan, blackheads and sallow, dark, rourh skin. Try It today on your facc neck, hands and arma. Yea. It'a ab solutely harmless, even on the moat delicate skin. At all toilet counter* everywhere. BHW LAST TIMES TONIGHT—FRIDAY "The Climbers" CLYDE FITCH'S Famous Stage Success Starring Corinne Griffith STARTING SATURDAY The Play You'll Never Forget "THE CONFESSION"