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624 CANAL ST. NEW ORLEANS
Klaw and Erlanger's wonderful
production of "Ben l1ur" is the book
ing for Monday. Nov. 19. and one
week with matinees Wednesday and
Saturday. The play had its present
revival at the big Manhattan Opera
House in New York past season.
where new attendance records were
established. Looking at "Hen Hlur"
from any point of view-as a serious
drama. gorgeous spectacle. mechani
cal exhibit of the best modern stage
craft, or an example of the best
composition in (reek and oriental
music- it is distinctive and dis
The present production of the play
,so far as embillishing effects of the
stage go, is entirely new and orien
tally rich. 250. people are concerned
in the swiftly changing scen's of the
play and twelve horses participate
in thoe stirring chariot race. The
G;rove of Daphne, the Fountain of
('astalla and the Summit of Mount
Olivet are admirable pictures of
ancient scenes. The music is singu
larly fine and was written to fit the
scenes and incidents and atmosphere
of the play. It is the work of Prof.
Olive, Thomas in Triangle
Play, "Broadway, Arizona.'
Foto's Folly Thursday
Edgar Stillman Kelley. This is the
only play the Rev. Billy Sunday, the
noted Evangelist, has ever referred
to as worthy of praise. He said: "I
wish one hundred million people
could see it, and I should like noth
ing better than to talk to 50,000 men
and women just after they had seen
How Prance marshalled her man
fighting forces, how the great army
was put in the field and how the re
public has battled with the invader
are depicted for the first time with
anything like authentic precision in
''France In Arms", the great Cinema
film which has just ben booked for
a short showing at Loew's Crescent
Theater.. The first showing will be
an exhibition affair at which Gov.
Pleasant, Mayor Behrman and Consul
Genoyer will sit together as the guests
of Manager T. C. Campbell.
The exhibition showing has been
arranged for Saturday at 11 o'clock.
There will be one hundred guests
made up of ladies and gentlemen, and
the entire State Council of Defense.
"France in Arms" was taken by
the Cinematograph section of the
Walt Whitman in Triangle
Play. "The Tar Heel
Poto's Polly Suoday
French army. At the opening France
is shown organizing its citizen
soldiery, then comes the great I
national army on its way to the front,
the great gun factories, munition
plants, aeroplane cantonments and
mobilization camps are shown. With
a consecutive progress the film car
rles the audience to the front, where
there are crashing climaxes develop
ed. One of these is particularly his
toric film showing a midair fight be
tween a French and German aero
plane, in which the Hun is sent to
"Over the top" is the caption of
another vivid section of the film
which shows the French soldiers on
the trench hill with set faces and
grim determination awaiting order to
charge. Then comes the word "over
the top", and the fighters are seen
in their terrific leap into the jaws
of death. Then comes the bayonet
fight and the terrible stream of
wounded being carried to the rear,
followed by the inevitable stream of
German prisoners who are sent back
for interment from captured trenches.
Consul Genoyer will bring his con
sular staff and the French societies
have been invited to the exhibition
showing Saturday, which will be at
the expense of the Loew Theater
BENEFIT OF ST. VINCENT DE
PAUL TONIGHT AT POLLY
O0 the mecoad analversary of the
oputma of the Iany Gnhres. Th
dav, November 15th, there will be a
ul vaudeville and picture entertainment
k. given under the auspices of the So
ne ciety of the St. Vincent de Paul. The
id entire proceeds are to be donated for
nt 'hritable purposes of the poor and
ra needy of Algiers.
n The following program will be pre
re sented: Lggnon, Vories and Diamond.
those Jazz musicians from the U. S.
i That comedy nut, Roy "Happy"
Thomas. hlackface funoligist.
t 'he Algiers favorite. Johnny Clem
fl ent. the boy that sings the latest
songs and puts them over.
Also the musical comedy star. Olive
T'homas. in Broadway. Arizona, in 5
' reels. Pathe Weekly. Triangle com
te ,dy for laughing purlposes.
n Admission to all ten cents. No war
e Come out and help a worthy cause.
ie ORPHEUM THEATRE.
The following is the program for
Will I. Cressy and Blanche Dayne
u- n Mr. ('ressy's satire on newspaper
le life. entitled "The Wyoming Whoop,"
re illustratine the fact that "Once a
Yankee. always a Yankee." even when
- transplanted to the wild and wooly.
The Avon Comedy Four (Goodwin
Kaufman. Smith and Dale) in their
own version of "'A Hungarian Rhaps
Buster Santos and Jacque Hays,
the girls with the funny figures in
"The Health Hunters."
Olive Briscoe, exclusive songs and
Johnnes Josefesson's original Ice
landis Glima company, presenting the
secret sport of Iceland. called "Gllma"
the wonderful art of self-defense.
Three Vagrants. street singers and
Selma Braatz. the renowed lady
Orpheum Travel Weekly, the world
at work and play. Scenes on the
Grand Morin in picturesque France.
Old. unchanging Holland.
Orpheum concert orchestra. E. E.
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ATTRACTIONS FOTOS FOLLY THEATRE
Week Ending Saturday, Nov. 24.
SUNDAY, Nov. 18-"The Tar eelce War
rnor." Triangle, WValt Whitman 5 parts.
"T1"o Crooks,'" Key-tine, Hlarry Grib
ben. 2 parts. Pathe Neas.
MONDAY. Nov. 19-"Charity Castle," .M:
tual, Mary Miles Minter. S parts. "B.,
Room. Blunder," Mack Sennett, All Star.
TUESDAL, Nov. 20--"The Mysterious Miss
Terry," Paramount, Billie Burke. 5
parts. "Ham and Bud" and Educat:onal
Picture. 2 parts.
4 ,ur:ship," Esuuasy
parts. "Do Chili
.I,,rv McAllister. 3I
TIIl RSDAY, Nov.
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FRIDAY, Nov 23-'"Hsu
Sessue Hayay vsw . $ pi
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SATU'RDAY, Nov ,,
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Henrieta Hotel 114 Royal St., 5k l7k
Near Canal Ir
Schwerz ROOMING 311 Exchange Raooml lkth
HOUSE Place u81 i~
McEvoy's Hotel a camp
Larroque House 411 Bienvile, t S. .e --i
The Albert House 735 Iberville St.
R. E. HTrbet. Jr.. rop We le i
Fred euerkle's House Exchange Alley& Rom -aMe
Bienville St. s.A 111.11
.Plazam Hotel 225 Dauphine 5, 71c,53;
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