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Hypnotism, Comedy and Dance to Run Riot at Pinney f î * Dr. Henry George Lorenz. Sensational American Hypnotist, Coming With His 1916 Road Show for Six Nights at the Pinney Theater, Starting Mon day. March 6. theriter g<»ing public want some. the sc Til thing Clearly different. perplexing prohle hat tie a 11 of id nt public . a > has been s»»lv od b\ g« Lorenz, and the abil vlmt it wants is Dr. Hr to give t he public it fihundantl.v pc--. I .ore • road Id* v 191 « ex posit io s' engagement at sin a s i \ thi Pm cv theater starting to l; \ pnot ist, but al He knows ends theaters is not >eimt die The doctor is a n that he is an enterb the public tha noj' h intvr« -«- d in si rat ions of the p«»v r*n - will, ther the scient tor tli • f loro lie dwell but lightly n l ism. a nd lie g» >e ing w ha t unke an audience enjoy itself. nt tier of me si r xt n me H, sh" her C can d« to il! remind h.' pnotists ' 1 - 0 »1 iff« re 1 1 1 His pi have seen, Vina is nigh SHAY A-D WHITNEY IN FILM AT MAJESTIC "The Ruling Lassie nf the l ex Flip La ton »■«»rporation. in at the W. st ln« I. .Mej f -'tic i! a its opi f il I'" Inis, id bri Ilia Ski ' HI a wealth of grounds for this s ■»vo l PIf - ' ! 1 g i'." h .f rient a 1 > not •onspii F. F i. an imlian pi in« ».* who has not i«' gif ; . »di i n t - » !.i . - * William ears 1 y i » *• their » x is«' gets ifr of an Fuglish officcr. M s: - a finish» -I i 'laire • f the best in this pro aupporting cast is a ami has Pec* d •ole \V I ! the •.Imtion. large * T ! .h i x 11 e is * v »dient . »n«* the parts liicl The « n nd in k* epm K > \\ h l a« t In i th»- littl«* »let.ids p.» tur a r»* r ma h; !» »J 111 such a FE 31 QB Norma Talmage-Robert Marron — i n THE MISSING LINKS 5 ACT TRIANGLE PRODUCTION BECAUSE ME LOVED MER — Featuring— SAM BERNARD 2- ACT KEYSTONE COMEDY STRAND THEATRE MONDAY—TUESDAY Theodors Roberts MARK TWAIN S PUDD'NHEAD WILSON ISSS THEATRE MONDAY—TUESDAY —WEDNESDAY COMIC THEATRE 5 REELS DRAMA—2 REELS COMEDY COME AND LAUGH WITH THE KIDS. £ •orking is dif different. forint, impressed His ay of are silently < »il* moment y with the wonder of ; *immt and the next you are h vl p its ridiculous ing with la outcome. ightor over Ye*', Lorenz hypnotizes as many L'ftft people in the audience right in til'ir seals, and 11 would be well for ihe doubting Thomases, to try him out saying anything to the before trary Terrill." the male Valeekn Suratt. ••ith tin Lorenz show, in »be only un The press; tiicntic exponent Last India and Fgyp w earing gorgeous costumes Rajah ill no doubt cre da liich the Princ and je hers* If ate a« Sun Francisco speaks in gl« rds Ight envy hig a sensation here as at the I xposit ion. mg terms of this ut 1 rue •underfill pw Thr* action of the story is cx*dt a nd ost tin* direoli a truly • make this thrilling ar.d should please fastidious picture f<m and ,s superb. In conjunction 1 vaude tin two seiet 1 h ins picture ill be ofi»red, both of v die numbers which are among the best .vet shown Williams : a musical act that has tak the public ui Canada fr 1 Rankin pre in this l itv. sent h\ here I'it3s notices from Cal thov are the stun they gary and Kdmonton s; ne.«' appeared in western t ha . . n and Lillian, who romposo ha v •' just » lose 1 1 a Itah and with their singing, »laming. 1 nov <dt v a< t and h; anadn Kauft t lie s< » opd crssftl! » • I g a gement talk in great demand. MARK TWAIN STORY ON THE ISIS SCREEN FOR THREE DAYS Mark Tw »in's »das.sic. "Pudd'nhead • pictures b\ Hie vith 'Iheodore Rub « » »mes t A «hört svnopsis of pr«»<lii- e»l in Wilson.' i.askv compan rrts in ihe* title part. st. ver Wils« 1^. inn. comes oung lov n t<, practice I On his first day in town, angered at !a dog snapping at his heels, he re-i larks, "I wish I owned half of that dog. If 1 did, 1 would kill my half." The subtlety of this remark passed over the heads of the townspeople as they couldn't figure out what would become of the other half of the dog, if Wilson killed his half. This re mark, his eccentric speech and his habit of securing thumb-prints from everyone with whom he came in con tact. induced one of the town wits to call him "Pudd'nhead," a nickname that remained with him throughout his life. This nickname blighted his ca reer as a lawyer, but he managed to j eke out a fairly good existence. With his small glass slips, he se cures. among others, the thumb-prints of Tom Driscoll, aged six months, and at the same time, the prints of Cham bers, tlie six and a half baby of Roxy, the mulatto slave »nt ha old cd by the Driscoll family. Those babies have the same father and look much alike. Roxy, angered at the head of the Driscoll house, changes the babies and passes off her child as the heir to the Driscoll fortune and makes tlie rightful heir, the s of the slave. Twenty years later the false T« Driscoll returi from college, panied by Fhambers, his negr who, in reality, is the real Tom. father having left him bankrupt and being unable to obtain money from Me, Tom sells his real mother hen caught trying to rob the cash box, murders his uncle. com valet, His his a slave la ter, as a nd ith the Wilson the fair Ï ankee she becomes interested in Tom falls in love with the beautiful Rowena cooper, from "up north*' for Driscolls. "Pudd'nhead takes an interest girl, hut the slave. Chambers. ho has come down a visit After murdering of Rowe mi's at Chambers, Tom tries t his uncle and jealous tentions t« the crime on him and about t fix Chambers is be I y I 'lied by the indignant "Pudd'nhead" whites that he is the slave's attorney and in a trial. hei announces is is ti pc I'ntil the night before the trial, Wil son is unable to find y clue as toi the identity of the murderer. With hut a few hours to spare, he suddenly dis covers that, there is n tangle in the finger-print records of the tw In the court-room all evidence points Suddenly, in Id'nhead" ad o men. toward 'handlers' guilt, spite of the laughter. "P es his i|ueer finger-print theories ond convinces the jur> undeniable. Hr forces fess that she that they are Rox to Cl - hanged the children thejr cradle and that chambers is the real heir to the Driscoll fortune and vv hite, hile Tom is reality the in sla ve. While Chambers goes to tell Rowena led away to jail. f ins love. Tom : ROBERT HARRON IN DRAMA AT STRAND - lif- srr-thp» ami boils at times! n is thrill-! Missing I .inks." the Cine Arts-Triangle play u ill he shown at the Strand theater . H« en in a peaceful little t inglj recounted "The in j Monday and Ti sday. As a hack 1 foi stirring events arc sh s of the quiet Main street, rural community and interiors of] and of the gr< y pica 1 of o church during a servi homes • f the tranquil inhabitants. .1 fini Hut love ■' inject action into the ser«*m o feud is . A regular st the banker and his two sons by the justice --f peace, because one of the banker ,c pin start» ,j agai . s sons, Rob erl Harrnn tlopos with the i.i.tic.V j stH'-flaiightnr. Norm, Talmadg..' Th , »I • I-ortunit\ in wrftnk ill ugainsl ihr banker. A ru justice sej/.es ; his ill mnr is s tarif-ci that tho bank is insnl ; xon t am | ,| rp. , the just.ee is appointed receiver and leads an angrv » i'owd to the banker's • depositors i t lui r; . ' then in»>m* y till linn 11v the doors have to be ; ( ,j n .. pf j H.* is finally admitted t" the house and is she the body of the ho has died front the shock hanker. of disappointment. His charges of dis honesty madden Harron nnrl he thr»*at ens to Kill the justice. Things r»>me to a climax of intensity with the death of the justice ami Harron is arr» st»*d on a charge of murder. Through an amateur »let. bank cashi» i is j.roved t« b!<* for th* tive. th» be r«*sp justice by f»>tind near and i si •der of tli* incriminât ing cuff-link the ch ar»'d of tlm accusation just as a mob hr» aks int him. body. the jail bent on 1> ra iling In "Because coined y of ihe bill. Mack Bennett sh« » restaurant in full blast to the corner where the fa sits, lie wrecks a taxi« ah m a that includes the Kevstu and two ambulances, and makes Sam He Loved Her." th# kitchen ored patron chase e police force Bernard drive a motorcycle through a brick house and a lunch agon. VITAGrRAPH FILM COMES TO COMIC James Morrison and Jewel Hunt ! at the < "The Little g drama. Lille's parents > takers of the property adjoining Mr.' .Montgomery's estât«-, who is « ba» helor. Cobbs, the gardener, tries in j vain to keep the girl a w a. from Mont-] gomery's estate and Ja« k, ihe »»w n»*r s nephew, arrives on a visit and starts ] t»» frighten the trespasser, but instead « be falls in love with her. loiter he in ti «»duces her to his uncle as the girl he is to marry and the ol*i man gladly gives his consent and blessing. "Oanimated Nooz Pictorial No. 4," which will also be shown, Is a split reel animated cartoon, with 500 feet of burlesque on current topic« of the day. and a like length devoted to the further adventures of "Dreamy Dud." are eck in c the first «if the interest - e a I thy William Nigh, vvTio directed "A Yellow Streak," "Her Debt of Honor," and other Metro wonderplays, expert fanoy dancer, and together with hi« wife can be seen on the floor of a fashionable Broadway restaurant on nights he is not busy. STOCK COMPANY TO APPEAR AT PINNEY ; -c. V 7 A* / ' V mi V! V£ :\lâk Theodore Lorch Coming to the Pinney March 13. For many years Theodore Lorch, whose stock company is coming to the Pinney, was a big favorite with the j stock fans of Salt Lake city and Den \ er. ( >f late years Mr. Lorch has spent ! the greater portion of his time on the eastern coast playing three consecu-ljOi tive years in Passaic, N. J, He and his ! company were brought from Passaic j to Colorado Springs last May to play i their fifth summer engagement there.!' j After which they played an engage-! alsojmont a t the Tabor Grand. Denver, fol- i • p,wing which they have been playing] one, two and three weeks' engagements | in different cities in Colorado and r7tah and are to return to < 'olorado Springs for the coming summer after their engagement In Roise. Mr. Loroh and his company of most capable plavors who come to the Pin ney theater for a short stock engage ment commencing Monday, March 13. 1 are among the best known and most successful stock organizations in A merica. POPULAR PALLAS STAR GETS RACER Forrest Stanley, the Morosoo-Para .mount favorite, is about to desert his ■ old friend and constant companion, his bicycle. A few weeks ago everyone at the Morosco studio envied Forrest his well-conditioned appearance and live lv spirits. The secret came out hy accident when Stanley was discovered peddling home by a quiet roundabout route. Since then very little has been known about his workman's steed. Now the discovery is made that this reliable means of locomotion is to l replaced bv the uncertain joys of a racing car. This is by no means to ,1 '' aM ,,rdinary ra, ' inR ra WPalthy ■ vo,,ns man mav °" n ' nr ' dpp ' 1 ' Thla rar «* ,n hP specially equipped by the factory with a made : ,r, -" r<1f ' r ' raising body to suit Sian (lev's individual needs and comforts. ! 1 t' I Driven bv a worm-geared shaft, we j !are informed by one who knows, that I 'it will he tlie last word in automobile ! construction. • »f the inbuilt features made to afford every possible conve nience we can only say that what most impressed our informant was the de scription of the refrigerator. ! i niai urn but'roniplrtni i ; , Never again will Forrest Stanlev be . , . . . i c,,UKht on somP d,stnnt lncaUon ,n a ! ! Moro.co or Pallas Productl in( f °TZ * h,s h,n,h< ' n " has hr "' f ' behln '' and bei No Danger. The Third Degree was at Its climax. Do y infernal machine in the office of John : j| \j,, ru | • • ! ran tha you have placed an "U-s," said the criminal. » fore th ,.mR be Sergcant police, "I etod with the t y pc - red • »'Bricn of the MetropoHin did. writer." "How?'' "To the comma kev ; nographpr strikes that key, all up." "Well. 1 guess there's no hurry, then. No stenographer that a comma." mustache ft is c»> t hen h : « ste il] be bl. . ! ■er 1 1 V'• •» 1 * STAGE AND FILMS KEEP HER ACTIVE ; ] j ! j iVl - ^ K ; j au d v : ■•'N V 1» ■> J Irene Fenwick. A finished actress, with a stage record that should rouse the envy and stimulate the ambition of hun. dreds of her sisters, pretty Irene Fenwick is adding to her laurels by recent photoplay production*. MAJESTIC THEATRE 1 TOMORROW AND TUESDAY &nl William E. Shay and Claire Whitney , a Stars of National Fame Seen at Their Best in The Ruling Passion B ILK A Story that has for its Basic Principles the Life and Customs of India, with its Oriental Harems, Fatal Love and Incense of the warm East—Tropical Jamaica, with its Graceful Palms, Broad Lawns and Brilliant Skies, furnish a wealth of Novel and Pleasing Backgrounds for this production of Oriental Brutality, Hypno tism and conspiracy. Iff! » WILLIAMS AND RANKIN iy PRESENTING A HIGH CLASS MUSICAL ACT KAUFMAN AND LILLIAN bj njj *31 gj el IN A SINGING, DANCING. TALKING NOVELTY ACT FIVE-PIECE ORCHESTRA [Ul BARGAIN MATINEES 5c AND 10c. NIGHTS 10c AND 20c *u 1C hue QJEQJclUcQJcfl 'ciuciUE c amaniaRTijanismsnjaTjalJanJc 3 3R'aR' ruattaruaniaru d I )^M*| . JJ • DAISY DEAN - 'it > >• \ « : mû 5 ü f*yy >Ca Winnifred Greenwood. An old time favorite with sdent drama fans. She started in with the Selig company when the motion pic turc worlri was y°> ,n 9. but now is with the American - M utual forces. WINMFRFD CtHKEN v ho appears as "Fisa M WOc H », Dean" in "The Happy quern dor." a "Flying A" ture just Mas rea n»)t mrrying a| him i^ a safe vent'ire. d« bfili*'ve that. real life. »'for I list » a d, "If man, and he needs reforming, do it before you marry him." and site this reformation can t In her e the thinks a«'« »»miilishé'l. in this play she chan» * t*> d»*monstrate her the prove that "happ th;it it is not a questio luxvit v. FIs; rol. has a . ami ithin." of mone.v and css lies this story is a eirl whose guardian los»*s her inheritage for her. love with .i man she believes ptumiless, although he is a millionair« who has changed places with his chauffeur t*. prove that one »■an b« 1 liHj'pv «»r unhappy in anv sta r sh» Kd w^anl t i« plays the in T this "happy iasquet -.-ni» i New Bosworth Film. Hobart Bosworth is th<* star of Red Feather's latest five-part drama. The Target." Th»* subject sets out to »lein oust rate that over forsake him. deceive him a him when i" rsonaI des: Such is the dlscover.v of Hig Hill Brent, honest law yer. v\ hosi ia de up of two planks truth and sin cerity. Hig Bill is mad»' the victim of a orld, a selfish partner d a numb* r of other personallv am ho forget that thev •1 of (hi i attacks as a er, Hig Bill <iis cfivers that his nmthei is the frmml he e\ cr had or ev » r i 's friend v ill .I betray ■s interfen Iiliilform is aman of 1 1 n* bilious souls v« laid the objet friend. once I«nst lv ho ill have Third Play. Farrar i Geraldine Farrar's third photo play soon be se. n on the screen. "Maria Rosa" is the picturization of a Span well known in Eur»»p« . It is ««f interest ish play eeall that it vv during the filming of "Maria R»*s tlitit L«»u T»*ll«g«n. now ibraldine Far rar's husband, first met the Metro politan opera singe?-. Lx»u Tollegen played in "Maria Rosa" during its pre sentation in New York and was con sult«'«! at the Lasky studios concerning it ho played Don Jose to Miss Farrar's "Farmen," and Pedro de ( oidoba. Miss Farrar's leading man ly "Temptation." both are in th« cast <»t "Maria Rosa." Walla e R. id. unique child William K«>\ Jamaica lived i a ter. To Little Ja the ho appears in been here she ha? open air and in tlie r* Lee, pictures, lu >nth«; t he ] avoid J becoming as brown as a little Indian 'she wears a Mohammedan costume and goes about hooded and cowled like a little monk Vlrtus Scott. of the ablest as direetors on the Metn was the first director to Introduce music in a studio to assist in creat ing atmosphere for scenes, never drives bis daughter from home sis tant staff. A father ithout "Hearts and Flowers," played tside the set. by Virtus Frank Glendon, who appears with Hamilton Revelle in "The Price of Malice." a Metro vvonderpla.v formerly a dry gods clerk in Rutte. Mont., before he became a leading man. A Swedish inventor has obtained a I'nited States patent upon a chair tha* folded into?several different po erted into a table. •an 1 sit ions or c The Portugi about 30.0ft0.fmn persons. language is used b : *• * x !*» rk, ■M l ;:-i ; *s '■ m m ; T . ! ' ' ! 're ,v|F la. Pudd'nhead Wilson. Scene from the Lasky feature at the Isis to morrow. THEATRE 6-NIGHTS or LAUGHTER-6 BEGINNING MONDAY. MARCH 6 THE LORENZ 1916 ROAD SHOW Direct from seven months on the far-famed joy zone of the . San Francisco Exposition. Dr. Henry George Lorenz The American Prince of Hypnotists in Fifty Thrilling, Stu pendous, Awe-Inspiring Hypnotic Demonstrations. Complete Change of Program Every Night. •'Lorenz," the Biggest Sensation on the Joy Zone. —San Francisco Call. SEE THE ii FAMOUS TERRILL? ft « Gorgeous Costumes and Jewels in the Only Authentic East India and Egyptian Dances PRICES—Lower floor and first three rows in Balcony 30c; next 9 rows 20c; Gallery 10c. Seat sale Friday. COMPLETE CHANGE OF SHOW NIGHTLY ic tried always used HIAWATHA ''GAL. phone 22'i. Western £. A G. Co tf V Vi; ; I I I > cura KiMwu rounc iTHEYEUOW PÄ55POR > i | j woau» Th® YeMow Passport" will bo at. the (Majestic Wednesday only.