AT THE BOISE THEATERS
AT STRAND THEATER
IN ZANGWILL PlAY
Those who have seen Pauline Fred
"The Spider," % and
erick in 'Zaza,'
•Audrey." and her numerous other
notable screen successes will welcome
her as Ma<|pe,. a charming, alluring
gypsy girl, and the central character of
Israel Zangwill's remarkable drama,
• The Moment Before," appearing at the
Strand tomorrow, Tuesday and Wed
nesday. Miss Frederick has the op
portunity of revealing another true-to
li!e character to the motion picture
public. As the plot is laid in England,
with a large part of the action occuring
in Australia. R. G. Vignola, the director,
showed remarkable judgment in select
ing Florida as the setting tor this latest
Famous Players-Paramount photo
Following the story as it is unravel
led in the absorbing scenes of the
photoplay, one finds Madge married to
a brutal gypsy, whom she abhors with
all her heart. While hunting on the pri
vate property of the Duke of Maldon,
Madge and her husband, John, are
fronted with arrest. Harold, the young
est : on of the <' .:ke sees the attractive
maid in distress; hearing the charge
against them he pardons the captured
couple. Fascinated by each other,
Madge and Harold meet several times
and arc finally caught by John. A fight
is avoided by the quid, wit of the girl.
After a quarrel with her husband, In
which he i stabbed, Madge seeks the
mansion of Harold, fearing the wrath
her victim. Employment is given the
refugee in the duke's household, much'ousy
to the sorrow* of Lionel, Harold's older
brother and heir to the Maldon estates.
of I onel. who
is striving to force the unwelcome ser
vnnt to leave. John, misunderstanding
the actions of Lionel, seizes the fire
tongs and strikes t'.e aspiring heir
From this dramatic point t the cli
max, which is overwhelming in its dra
matic strength, the story increase: in
Interest and the proper degree of power
Is maintained throughout by the splen
did supporting cast which includes:
Thomas Holding, Frank Losee and J.
The angered John, in quest of his wife,
finds her in the dutch
HEART OF PAULA
ULRICH AT ISIS
Wild romance is mingled with ex
citing action in "The Heart of Paula,"
the Pallas-Paramount feature film In
which Lenore Ulrich plays the leading
part at the Isis the first three days of
the week. It war; for the filming of this
picture that the Palla;
un pan y sent
its players down into turbulent Mexico,
where they had
e thrilling exper
ts outside of those shown in the
picture. A synopsis
.f "The Heart of
Bruce McLean for Stephen Fachmann
on a business trip to Mexico led to the
trouble. Stephen, a young mining engi
neer receives y commission to examine
a mine in Mexico. His young wife is
follow s ;
very apprehen: e and her fears are
shared by her brother, Bruce McLean.
When Stephen is about t
vertakes him in a
Matinee and Evening
5c and 10c
will be shown
> OISE j PHOTOPLAY PPL PCL
'The Heart of Paula" at the Isis, Three Days, Beginning
Lenore Ulrich in
A Castilian flirtation leads to a gar
den tryst and the heart of Paula passes
into Bruce's keeping. Bruce's atten
tions to Paula awaken the intense jeal
of Emiliano Pacheco, the guerrilla
leader w ho also is madly in love with
Paula. Paula loathes him.
Pacheco "fixes ' Bruce's guide and by
treachery Bruce is captured on the trail
,to the mine. Pacheco holds him for
States that Stephen is held and his wife
hurries south ^ ith the money. Before
her arrival Pacheco informs Paula that
Bruce has a wife and that she is cam*
frontier hotel. There Bruce persuades
Stephen for the sake of hts young wife
to turn the undertaking over to him.
Bruce, on arriving at Piedro Blanco,
a small Mexican town roses as Stephen,
using his name an«' passports. As he
stands talking t the American consul,
a wonderfully beautiful Spanish girl
passes and captivates Bruce with the
of her glance.
The news is flashed to the I'nlted
Scene From "The Moment Before", Starring Pauline Frederick, at the Strand,
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
• DAISY DEAN -
HEDA BARA will be seen again
soon in "The Eternal Sapho,"
ad as usual she will be a
villainess of the deepest dye.
In this play Miss Bara appeals
as a child of the slums, who rises from
her squalid surroundings to the studios
and fashionable society. She wrecks the
f many, including those who do
! the most for he.-. The cast includes
Warner Oland, F -an Norcross, Gecrge
I MacQuarrie, Walter Lewis, Hattie De
faro, James Cooley, Einar Linden,
1 Mary Martin and Kittens Reichert.
Geraldine Farrar in "Maria Rosa n
j Geraldine Farrar Is about to make
her third screen appearance in "Maria
Rosa." The stor is laid in a Spanish
province, and Misg Farrar appears r,s
Maria Rosa, a young peasant girl for
whose hand two friends are ardent
I suitors. Jealousy prompts one to shift
the evidence of crime against the
other, who is put in prison. Maria Rosa,
believing him dead through forged evi
dence, marries the villainous suitor. On
the wedding day the convict ret"rn~, in
which situation Maria Rosa kills her
new husband after he confesses his
treachery, and the play ends with the
promise of happiness. r he cast includes
lin support of Mis Farrar, Wallace
Reid, Pedro de Cordoba. Horace B.
«'arpenter and Anita King.
Lillian Made Hit in Florida.
Since Lillian Walker, or, as she ia
, known to the moving picture world,
"Dimples," has returned from Jackson
ville, Florida, where she spent many
weeks workln ; in exterior scenes of her
latest release, she Fas received more
letters than ever from the male sex.
Each and every person who saw her in
the "sunny south" has written her let
ters telling her how wonderful her
work id on the screen and how they all
love her. "Dimples" delights in these
letters and declares that it makes one
feel glad to know that they have
friends in this o' v orld.
The barbers' union of Ely, Nebraska,
has telegraphed to Terry Ramsaye, of
[the Mutual corporation, that it has re
solved not to attend picture houses un
less the actors shown on the screen
get their hair cut regularly. Terry im
mediately ordered two carloads of
Watching as the supposesd wife kiss
es her brother. Paula's Spanish blood
plans revenge and she betrays her plot
to release Bruce.
Recaptured as he breaks for liberty,
Bruce is condemned to death. The fatal
morning breaks hut Paula, who has
found out that the supposed wife is
Bruce's sister, pleads for his life. Pach
eco agrees to spare the 'gringo" on
the one condition and Paula In desper
ation as the hour of execution draw»
After freeing her lover she returns
that night to Pacheco to pay, but Fate
changes her degree.
Another Play for Blanche Sweet.
Bln ne he Sweet whose photoplay "The
Sowers" created more than usual in
terest. is completing at the Lasky
studios for early presentation, a photo
play entitled "The Thousand Dollar
Husband" written and directed by
e- - '
Theda Bara in "The Eternal Sapho."
Miss Iva Shcpheid went barefoot so
many days In a f il; - rlay she couldn't
get her dancing slippers on ;>r a week,
The play, full of beach-stuff, is called
"The Isle of Love."
Ogden Crano. well known for almost
a quarter of a century as a character
lzer of "heavy" roles, is now busily en
gaged in his initial work for Pa! as
Paramount pictures Kis first charac
terization for Pallas Pictures will be
presented In "Davy Crockett," an elab
orate film version of the famous story
In which Dustin Farnum portrays the
title role. In this production Mr. Crane
has been given a particularly difficult
part to handle, which discloses all the
dramatic finesse possessed by the
Matinee — 5c, 10c
Eve. — 10c to All
FILM AT MAJESTIC
For tomorrow and Tuesday the won
derful drama of the west, "Blue Blood
and Red." may be seen at the Majestic !
theater, with George Walsh and Doris
Pawn cast Js the leads. The story of
"Blue Blood and Red" is one that will
intereat and entertain all, with its j
mingled bits of pathos and humor,
w r eaved around a romantic adventure !
of love, and ambition. Filled to the last
inch with scenes of big western
"round-ups", clever riding, and roping,
the picture holds a high place in west
ern features. Real cowboys and their
sweethearts were used by Director
Walsh to get the right feeling into the
picture. Immense herds of cattle were
photographed while the last New Mex
ico "drive'' was on, and the happy
"punchers" were snapped In their na- ■
tive haunts. The story deals with a
of a millionaire—who, after
being dismissed from college, left his
eastern home for the west, where he I
finds money scarce. After a time he
gets an opportunity to box a certain '
fellow' for a small purse. He takes ad- j
vantage of this opportunity and de- !
feats the. western husky. In a curious !
way he meets the girl, and then in the
same hour he falls victim of a plot, and
is accused of stealing a large sum of ,
money, which restults in his being
nearly lynched. From fast horse rid- ,
ing to automobile racing the reward of
his strength and goodness s given him
in due time, but not until a groat story
has been told, in a brilliant fashion.
Two acts of vaudeville, one a splen
did musical act, and the other a nov
elty singing act, close the show.
HENRY JONES PLAY
FOR PEGGY HYLAND j
•cess both here
rill maize her initial appearance
"Saints and Sinners," the celebrated |
drama by Henry Arthur Jones,
has scored big stage s
and abroad, has been selected t
duce Peggy Hyland the noted British
star, to the American public. Miss Hy
for the Famous Players in Amer'ean j
program this month.
At the time that the engagement of
Miss Hyland was announced, it was
stated that the play in which she was
to make her appearance had been nar
rowed down to three or four plays
which were especially suitable to Miss
From these j
chosen as It was felt that Letty, the I
stellar role in that production, would |
show the little star to excellent
"Saints and Sinners"
"Saints and Sinners" Is the fourth of
Henry Arthur Jones' successful plays i
to be adapted to the screen by the Fa
mous Players, "The Masqueraders,"
in W THC YAQ.UI
'The Yaqui" Comee to the Majestic
Theater for Wednesday Only.
TRAINED BY MME.
Cold, calculating, fascinating,
"widow" remains the envy of all \v<
men, the object of admiration of all
men. None can contend against her
wiles. Eulalie Jensen shines as the one
of the movie world. She is
striking figure, luxuriant hair, piercing
black eyes and fascinating ways, she is
Miss Jensen played in
the Place and the* Girl." in "The Prince
of Pilsen," and in other great stage
Her first engagement was
with Sarah Bernhardt, and for the past)
two years she has portrayed emotional
parts for the Vitagraph company in
which she has revealed her early train
ing under the divine Sarah.
in her part.
"Lydia Gilmore" and "The Dancing
Girl" having been presented on the
screen with John Mason and Hazel
Dawn, Pauline Frederick and Florence
Reed in the respective stellar roles,
other8 of Mr . jours' best known works
also controlled by these producers
|and will be con erted to the screen in
Mae Murray's Second Film.
t'ecil B. DcMIlle, director general of
the Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play com
pany, will produce the next photoplay
in which Mae Murray will stur Miss
Murray recently completed "Sweet;
iKittv Betluirs" from the David Belasco
play which will he released soon
it he Paramount program.
Mack Author for Lasky.
Fannl • Ward is completing at the
[studios of the Jesse L. Luskj Feature
Play company. Hollywood, t'alifornia, a
photoplay production written by WII-!
llurd Muck, author of "Kick In" and
other dramatic successes, entitled "The
iOutter Magdalene" in which Mies Ward
will appear as a Salvation Army lass,
Tills Is the first of a series of photo
plays whlc.i Mr. Mack has contracted
to write for the Lasky company.
Vacation for Maris Doro.
Following the completion of her first
photoplny for the Lasky company, t'ecil
;B. De Mllle's production of Hector
Turnbull's "The Heart of Nora Flynn"
which was recently the attraction at
the Strand theater. New York, Marie
Doro is taking a brief vacation before
commencing work on her next import
ant production for this company.
Garden, grass and field seeds. W. £ .
ft G. Co. 9th and Grove. Phone 323. t
PlAY AND DANCING
TO BE PRESENTED AT
Next Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock,
in the high school auditorium, the
Athenian Literary society presents a
novel and interesting entertainment
The program Is divided Into three
parts; first, the pupils of one of the
classes in expression present a play by
Richard Harding Davis, called "Miss
Civilization." All of the characters in
the play are well known In high school
dramatics, and show a great deal of
'ability in handling their parts. In the
second part of the program, a "Ballet
de Luxe," six of the high school stu
dents present dances representative of
various nations. A spotlight and col
with John HIME.S—
"The Cub" Will Be at the Majestic Theatgr Thursday Only.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
J 4 - 1 .
Drama of Western
Life ever brought
before the cam
Amid the glorious
atmosphere of the
mounts ins and
plains, a startling
story of love, ad
venture and ro
mance is told.
With pathos and
this picture re
veals an sxoiti ig
life of the cow
punchers and cow
girls of the oars
Wonderful is the
riding, roping and
other W • s t • r n
sports dopiotad In
this groat pioturo.
Thrills and iwi
fill its capacity.
5 AND 10CENTS
■10 AND 20 CENTS
ored lights thrown on the stage beaut
ify the effects. The third part consists
of selections given by the high school
quartet, which are sung In a
The program complete follow«;
"Miss Civilization" .
.Richard Harding Davis
"Miss Civilization" .Della Shaw
Joe Hatch ...
...... Melville Ruick
Harry Hays .Rex Kimmell
"Reddy" the Kid ...Herbert Whittaker
Chief of Police.Charles Darling
Policemen .Howard Johnson
Part II.—Ballet de Luxe.
Chinese Dance .Marion Antisell
Spanish Dance.Phyllis Sheridan
Highland Fling.Margaret Clark
Italian Tarantelle. ... Elizabeth W<
Ballet Dance .Vernette Sullivan
Specialty Dance.Rol Pyper
Selection by High School Quartet
Willard Moffatt, Herbert Whittaker,
Louis Rowell and Burton Feltner.
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