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SATURDAY --THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS MAY 13, 1922. 11 IPIIANS SCORE LEVIN'S STORY STRONG DRAMA iiU L STARS IN FORT ARMSTRONG PLAY jTO BE ORIGINAL limfimitnmnmiHnHmHiiHiiHnuiiiHiinnmniiiiiiHimiiiHMHimnnnniu: n w flrlfnth's crutMt rvrnrin. ior 4pa since "The Birth ot a Nation" j'b open a seven-day engagement of. ji tfcft Armstrong theatre to . . arrw. Griffith's "Orphans of the ; yna" is " adaptation of "The yo Orphans" and was produced - jf the screen by special arrange-?"".- soft with K1 Claxton. ma." the Fort Armstrong made et tun effort to offer this cinema. 'a"T.jterpiece in the same manner as tea Y'iwas presented at the metropolitan Ie, i'aaiere showings. The original - tuiical score will be used, and it is v ., aid by musical authority that the M, ;nfinal score is the most compU .ited ever arranged for any attrac : 309-, The original sound and light - -t effects will be used and new , .. id startling scenic effects havj r-taa boilt by the Fort Armstrong JFZ Educing staff for the occasion. Z'-it irtanr J. White, conductor of the :.-; "Bt Armstrong orchestra, has had zlificore in his hands for the past r-efiand daily orchestra rehearsals '.fate been held, together with cuing -laing of effects. Pae to the great length of this cdare it will be impossible to play a.the old schedule of show. Sun 4 there will be one matinee start 4 st 2:15 and at night the first si, starts at 6:15. the second irtw at 9 p. m., doors opening at ... On week days there will d fit matinee daily starting "at 2:15 ;fcone night show starting at 8:15.' "fare win oe no reserved seats, I ;Iitouga you may buy tickets for mm evening perlormance that aft- lnon. To thoroughly enjoy Orphans of the Storm the man- fctment suggests that you be seat list the start of the production. j BAN'S NEW ROLE AS DADDY 1- The first local showinr of Thom- slijleighan in "The Bachelor Dad- tiwill be made at th Garden be- "rm the book of the same title by KWrd Peple. Meighan has a big,. :8an hobby. He loves children. :fcj loves to work with them. Hence k hardly necessary to describe iseothusiasm Vith which the star sred into -'his work to play the ielor daddy of five kiddies. The rare is said to havg a pleasing 4n of a man's love for mother si children entrusted to his care pa dying friend. He brings the Jdren to hi3 home, to the di3 ;iof his intended bride and to the blight of his privhte secretary. LWAN.ani OOHOTHY GISH JO O . W. GRIFFITH'S ORPHANS OP THE STORJA As the 6tory develops blind love is awakened with results described as surprising. Delightful romance, the lively, entertaining caprices of five or phaned children and the thrlls of a battle between Mexican bandits and a small army of defenders for the possession of a silver mine are the outstanding features of the lat est Meighan play. Leatrice Joy, the attractive girl yon will remem ber in "Saturday Night," is Mr. Meighan's leading support. Oth ers prominent in the cast are Maude Wayne. Adele Farrington, J. P. McDonald,' Laurence Wheat, Charlotte Jackson, Barbara Maier, Bruce Guerin and the DeBriac twins. The story of "The Bachelor Dad dy" centers around Richard Ches ter, a wealthy owner of mining property in the south, who is en gaged to marry Ethel McVae. the haughty daughter of a poor widow. Sully Lockwood, his private secre tary, secretly loves him, but know ing him to be engaged, she makes no display of affection. Chester receives word that sev eral bandits are threatening his mine and demanding a ransom, and although it is only a month before j his wedding, he leaves to personally handle the critical situation. Joe j Pelton, his foreman, is mothering ! five children, from nine to baby ! hood, their mother having recently jdied. The bandits' demands stern- ly refused by Chester, they make an attack and in the fight, Chester I runs out in the cpen to rescue a child. He is wounded, but is he ' roically rescued by Pelton. the i foreman, who in turn, is mortally wounded. Pelton's dying request ! is ttfat Chester adopt the five chil- dren. who have come to love him. I Arriving home, Ethel, his selfish : fiancee, will not consider the adop tion of the children. Chester yield j lng to her wishes, places them in 1 schools all except the baby, which ; Sally, his secretary, offers to care for in her home with her mother. Th day before the prospective wed ding, Chester and the baby are stricken with the mumps and forced to take to bed. In his despair, Chester sends tor Sally, who moth ers and nurses them both. Ethel, on her wedding day. Is hysterical upon hearing Chester is ill. and goes to investigate. .The situation which confronts her Chester in bed with a baby, and both cared for by Sally is too much. She breaks the engagement : and leaves. Chester gathers his children back ' to his side and determines to re j main a bachelor daddy. The baby, ' however refuses to be parted from ! Sally and Chester engages her and, ' her mother to care for the children. ; Then, of course, he falls in love ; with Sally. They are married and in due course the arrival of new ; twins cause the two adopted twins untold jealousy. Edwlna Levin's sensational novel, "False Colors," screened under the Utle of "Reputation," has proved a sirong starring venture for Trjs cf.'la Dean. The pfbture has been secured for presentation tomorrow at the Rlano. Miss Dean is said to nrn the gamut of human emotions in this "play. Revolvin around a dual rota, the theme of "Reputation" concerns a famous actres who dissipates until success falls away from her. fche is it? London, and a New York he utrical magnate is waiting for her to arrive to star on Broadway. When she doesn't come, her daugh tsrignoract of the relationship impersonates her and makes a spec tacular hit in her mother's guise. Then back to New York comes the wretched foman who, a year be fore, was the brightest jewel la the diadem of the drama. Stuart Ptm directed "Rsputar tion' 'at Universal City, the cast ia ricdlng Niles Welch, Mae Giraci, Ktnry Vaji Meter, Harry Carter, William Welsh. Spottiswood-3 Ait ken, Rex do Roselli, Madge Hunt, Al Garcia, James McLaughlin, Kathleen Myers, Joy MeCrery, .Vice- H. Smith, Francois Dumas r.nd Joe Ray. TEMPTATION IS CAPITOL SHOW Betty Corspson. in "The Green Ttemptation," will be the picture I tj be seen the coming week, begin- I n.'ng tomorrow, at the CapitoL It is the second Visit here of the pic tare, having played a week at the Fort Armstrong enjoying consid erable popularity during the latter engagement It is well btaged and -apably acted, and is withal good entertainment. Ma neer Loveridge wlil again offer next week his "atcst novelty, Vlss Olive O'Neill, the singing usfcer. There will also be special musical i umbers by the orchestra and f;om tl:e organ. FIRST PRESENTATION OF THIS GREAT PICTURE IN THE TRI-CITIES STARTING SUNDAY IficAlglCANIflc Today Ojly LARRY SEMON In THE SAW3TILL In "THE WOLF PACK" SEX DAT ART ACORD in I ori,. T. II -IT-.. Qxapter 14 of ' Winners of the West THE CALL OF COURAGE" A Universal Western r Snob Pollard and Star Comedies and j international ws Weekly 1 T8- : e .H r I R3ALTO JHEATRE. 34 9th St. 1 Continuous shown 2 to 11 I. M. SU.VDAY Priscilla Dean ...The Most Dynamic Personality in Moving Pictures In "REPUTATION" STUART PATO"S Tremendous Drama of Woman Afrafnct: tfitmin Smashing Hit of the Year Alse Corned t H THE VAGRANT I Admission Price: Malts 15c k urnaren 10c War Tax Included Toniffht i WADA HAWLEY in 1 THE OUTSIDE WOMAN" Also CLE YE R Comedy Walts 15c Children 10c. Tax TnrlnriAjf amiUiniiiHiiiiiiiinnifiinHiifiii' o-AF3 . -w v-a m JRi dl Qfi T mMk' GREAT PICTURE IN THE TKl-UllES- pSfSSShi S STARTING SUNDAY P h T?. ! A Rare and Altogether J rfj''tiniil,?V Delightful Entertainment . VESSV ' FAMOUS Wfe J V i UNDOUBT- DEBRIAC "BSafe3nUjS tH EDLY N TWINS ilTmSL pw THE BEST - tlMi&I PLAY MADE ADS: "Lplpp . MEGHAN ooc (X paramount Qicture TjuXk y in the From tie novel by Edward Ppie, This picture settles no world problems. LAST TWO CHILDREN author of "Tne Prince Chap" - ( But it promises you one glowing, crowded YEARS - with ' hour of real happiness. lC w . rwvn-rsvr tmt With Tom Meighan as lovely Leatrice joy's t? . Including Tax T F ATRlljll, If J Y sweetheart and the bachelor, daddy of the E3 iLmmvw five cutest kiddies you ever saw. After the Show Eat Lunch at Ab's Hamburger Edward Meikel b the Gardep'a Organ Featuring a Johnny "Torehy" Hines in the Big Novel Presentation of V Comedy Hit "GEORGIA" I "TORCHYS OLPUP" COMING SUNDAY, MAY 21 I fW - Seven- Days I . .,: COMMENCING I' nM Sunday' 1 j ' j i 3 ' I I .u. w. uninths i 1 Dramatic Thunderbolt I E ' 5 fjr g jjvjj I j i i M KJJ lftf I Sunday f Except Twice Daily Except Musical S Twice Daily Sunday core Lighting Effects Scenic Effects Sound Effects Screening Time Sunday Schedule Matinee 2:15 Evening .6:15, 9 p. m. Doors Open 1:45 Matinee, 5:20 Evenuij Week Day Schedule Matinee .... ; 2:15 Evening 8:15 Doors Open 1:45 Matinee, 7:30 Evening The abore schedule make it possible to sya ehroniza the music and effects to eacb scene as iu teded by Mr. David W. Griflltb. To tboroiiily enjoy this production Make it a point to be in your seat at start of picture. i PRICES Adults 50c, tax 5c, total . .55c Children 18c, tax 2c, total 20c i 5 No Seats Reserved, But You Can Buy Your Tickets - in the - Afternoon ' for That Evening. s'IFOCJLISSSi WIVES" TiiiiiinimiuuiiMMiimuiiuiiwiiui Si Seventeenth St.