i Royal Theatre
BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS. INC.. INTRODUCES
and GYPSY HARTE
In Rex Ingram's Producetion of E. Magnus lnglev>n's Story of Love
and Vengeance. Life in New York's Bohemia: Love in a Sculp
tors Studio; Thrilling Scenes and Sensations.
Also Single Reel Comedy
Harry St. Clair
IN FOUR ACTS
ALSO FIVEiREEL FEATURE,
PETE AND JIM
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AT CfNTRAL TODAY
Offering the Biggest Feature Ever Pre
sented With Absolutely No Advance
In Prices—5 and 15 Cents—Evelyn
Greeley Plays the Lead.
T day conics to the Now Central
the famous Mary .1 Holmes' novel
which popularity has immortal.zed,
"Tempest ami Sunshine,” one of the
most ovable uml interesting st rics
eve" written, produced by the 'Dixie
Film Corporation, taken In “nixie,"
and featuring charming Evelyn Greeley
with a company of noted players.
The balmy breezes of the Southland,
warmed by an abundance f sunshine,
breathes into the lives of its inhabi
tants the spirit of romance.
Uomunee. the player of the heart
strings twanges forth 1 vo, jealousy
I.ovc. Jealousy and Hate makes up
the major portion of human existence
They enter the home and there play
life's drama, causing tears and smiles,
heart-throbs and heart -obs, purifying
the sou! and causing it t. rise ah ve
the sordid things or life
"Tempest and Sunshine' uppea s to
a wide range, both young and old,
f‘ r it is a true story of the Southland
filmed in exquisite style, and produced
with correi t detail bserved in Mary
.1 Holmes' great novel.
| V\ ith the desire to offer to the pub
lic the be-t obtainable in motion pie
tine-. and high ( lass film productions
at the lowest prices possible by spe
cial arrangement the New Central
\v I oiler this magnificent feature at
the remarkable and astounding prices
of five and fit ecu cents tout rrow.
‘•Tempi s; and Sunshine" is a >tc ry
everyone knows, and when witnessed
upon the screen will he something
that will linger n the minds of every
one who lias th- pleasure of seeing
the fascinating st r> interpreted by
the special company selected by John
W lleany of New York, who relca-ed
th.- feature for the Itixii Tilm Cor
1»> rat on
Remember the pti < -s and 15
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suffer from kidney and bladder
trouble when they can be relieved.
Dr. E K. '.Vinegar Tiaa returned to
his practice and can tie found at hie
office 346-548 Central avenue from
9 to 12 and 3 to 5 p.m 11-14-tf.
YF FROM "TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE.' AT THE NFW CENTRAL
'TODAY—PRICES 5 A NO 16 CENTS.
TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE
AT CENTRAL TODAY
“Tempest and Sunshine.'' at New cen
tral Today, Is Considered One of
the Most Magnificent Pictures
Ever Produced—The Scenes
Are Laid in "Dixie."
Mary .1 -Holmes' immortal novel,
• he I rue story of life in the South din
ing the days before lie war, comes to
the New Central today as one of the
most magnificent and beautiful pr -
ductions ever pro entud on stage or
The Dixie film Corporation, after
weeks of preparation and after ear -
ful selection of players, made a spe
cial Turney to the South and there
filmed ''Tempest and Sunshine."
Thi- leading star. .Miss Evelyn
'(’• re e-ley, who portrays the- part of
Sunshine, is exceedingly well f.tted
I for the part she plays.
The grandeur of the - Id plantation
ife i- truly presented and the atmo
sphere of quiet, peace and plenty
which was so characteristic of the
Southland lief e the great strife, is
accurately followed throughout the en
J “Tempest." the elder daughter of
the old S utliorn family, like her name,
■is filled with fiery temperament and
I often displays siteli a violent temper
I that she "s a continual source of w rry
to her lather and mother. I’nliko her
i sist<"Sun-hine,” is always happy
| and of ovely dispositi n. and is dear
ly beloved hy her parents, whom
‘'Tempest'' accuses of being partial to
the younger daughter.
Naturally when "Tempest" meets
the "Yankee." from tiie "N rlh." she
loves him with al the strength of her
1 soul, but, the I) Id newcomer finally
| leads her to pa h- thirt, though cov
; cred with roses, are filled with thfns,
| and she returns to her home, a woman
cast aside hy the everjudging world.
“Sunshine." with all the ovliness of
her sweet disposition and innocence
of her soul, pleads for her with her
father and mother, and they again
take her ti • thc*ibo om
With big scenes, thrilling moments,
nightly duels and all the ingredients
[of a masterful production, "Tempest
and Sunshine” is rightly called Mary
.1 Holmes’ greatest novel.
To miss it means to miss one of the
m ■ -t complete speetac es ever filmed.
Prices tomorrow for this feature, j
and ]5 cents.
LIFE IN NEW YORK'S BOHEMIA.
All of Gay Bohemian Life Shown in
Royal Theater's Bluebird Fea
Standford Graham. sculptor, and
Guido Sorrani, artist, wore grant
friends and the most popular young
fellow- in the tlohemian set that fre
quents tile cutes in New York's Wash
inston Square section. When Sorrani
admired a quaitr !y • arved dagger
among Graham's possoHSions. the
sou ptor gave the blade t Sorrani as
a moment of tliei’’ friendship The
pals exentually fell out- as men fre
qnently do and all becuu-e of a wom
an. When Sorrani was found dead
with the quaintly-carved dagger stick
ing upright in his breast, the original
ownership of the weapon was traced
t<i Graham. and the sculptor was con
victed of the crime. The "woman in
the ease" and her brother finally
solved Graham’s problem of life and
death, and reflected n beautifu. Blue
bird photoplays the story will be told
complete in gripping incidents and o\
< ting episodes when ‘'The Pul-e of
l ife" is exhibited at the 1! yal theater
today, with wedgewood Nowell Gypsy
Harte. Nicholas Dunenw and Millard
Is Wilson playing the leading roles in
one of lie most tragi, and Interesting
pin top ays ever screened.
Also single-reel comedy.
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stiff or sore joints and other symp
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CURA KIMBALL YOUNG
AT PRINCESS TODAY
PEERLESS ACTRESS COMES TO
DAY IN SELZNICK’S "THE
PRICE SHE PAID.-’
The Princess takes pleasure In an
nouncing today. Clara Kimball Young,
tlie w rhl's sorts n star supremi', in a
Selznick muster pioture. said l»y the
oritics to tm her greatest soreen ef
fort, "The Price She Paid "
Ti the pi- ture-loving public tile
management can do no better than to
give the nil he unbia-ed opinion of
"Will." the greatest screen iti - of
all the man >\ h tells you when they
arc right and when they are wrong.
He says at this picture:
‘'Perlairily this is the host produc
tlon Clara Kimball Young nas ever
"The entire story has been centered
ali ut the star with a fast, interesting
deveopmeut which holds perfectly.
iiiid »tlll, because of nicely d ve-tailed
twists, keeps the proper element of
suspense right up to the finish
“There is u touch of psychology in
the telling of the story, and yet this
is never permitted to Interfere with
the dramatic development, hut is lelil
as an undercurrent which gave added
depth and sincerity to the dramali
•'Producer Giblyn has given us more
beautiful close-ups f Miss \oung
than she ever received in any other
production. He has lighted her to
the iiest advantage, and tiie exquisite
beauty of her features in some of tho
bits is enough to win her millions f
“The story by David Graham Phil
lips, which has been very widely read,
was a difficult one to transfe ■ to the
screen, because it was more or less
of an epis dical biography. In mak
ing his adaptation. Mr Glblyn has
carefully and intelligently developed
the more important incidents so that
without changing the bo.k he has
brought out the psychological intent
of the author and still maintained an
exceptional amount of uspense, due
to the intr dtntion of three men who
figure prominently in the life cf the
“Eve.'.v character has been very in
to ligently east, and the offering iv
exeepti nal In that th"re are so many
individual parts which stand oirt he
cause of their intelligent playing.
“The story tells of a young woman
left with a small inheritance, eniirely
unfitted for her battle with the world,
forced to accept a wealthy husband
after her mother’s mirr-ago t a
miserly broker who rr7 cd to sup
port the daughter
“Finally, after a short h neymoon
with her husband, she found he was
wi ling t<( provide credit at till the
shops—jewelry, clothes, etc.. but no
actual rash money, and the wife real
ized that she was little more than an
ornament or a plaything, and then
same a rev- it which sent her back to
her home determined t starve rather
than carry through such a bargain ’
The den uetnent follow in a rapid
series of events that will thrill you
Th s picture wll be shown at ad
vance prices. AH ad 'I s 'Jo cents, all
children 1' cents.
Telephone .MM! ami ask for the time
of beginning of each show
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of skin diseases. In a method that is
simply wonderful Also diseases of
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the use of the knife. Twenty years
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New Central Theatre
THE DIXIE FILM CORPORATION ANNOUNCES
A PHOTO PLAY OP 60UT KERN CHIVALRY, ALIVE WITH
BEAUTY, INTRIGUE AND S USPENSE. A STORY OF THE
SOUTHLAND IN ALL ITS GLCinY DURING THE DAYS BEFORE
MARY J. HOLMES’ FAMOUS NOVEL IMMORTALIZED. IT IS A STORY THAT APPEALS TO
YOUTH AND TO THE AGE0. -WARNING THE YOUTH OF LIFE’S PITFALLS AND TEMPTA
TIONS. AND FOR THE AGED. VERIFYING THE EXPERIENCES PASSED THROUGH. BRINGING
TO MIND LIFE’S SWEETEST RECOLLECTIONS AS PORTRAYED BY EVELYN GREELEY
AND HER COMPANY OF SPECIAL STARS.
REMEMBER TODAY AT THE NEW CENTRAL — THE GREATEST STORY EVER
FILMED — ABSOLUTELY NO AD VANCE IN PRICES FOR THIS WONDERFUL FEATURE-PRICES
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