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Brilliant Program Arranged ( For Piedmont Theater Opening jv The Piedmont corner of LnckU add Foriyth streets the newest and one of the moat attractive theaters In At- irlll open formally Monday morning with a continuous program 5fi.exclMlve- motion picture and 5 straight from Broadway vs Sunday afternoon from 2:3D to 5:30 o'clock and Sunday night from 730 the Piedmont will keep "open Manager Ralph de Bruin In- every movie Ian In the city to orop'around and inspect the house Us- Itn to mualct by the Piedmonta special orchestra and make themselves gen- at home. the formal opening Moods r lor every day this week ttie Pied- sKV otter a. program that U Atlanta and \a the Te ult of' care election. 5'-Two first-class vaudeville acts are featured IXIJer the dexterous accord- dloalst who has been one of the draw- ln T cards in Marcus Ix ews New York Cheaters and Marjorie Tempest a not- coloratura soprano and violinist has been one of the head-line at- ions at the Strand theater tn New York all this -winter. These artists rjll e their program on Wed- Jie a y and on Friday the days on Sfhlch the pictures change. nie Piedmont will be the exclusive borne of Vitagraph-Loibln-Selig-Essa- nay feature films in Atlanta. These nepnderful pictures will never be shown IJ any other theater in the city. The first of them Is at the Piedmont Monday and Tuesday. It is "The Hunted -Woman a role taken by Virginia Pearson whom metropolitan atlsts have called the most beautiful woman In. America. She Is supported by such JStars as S. Rankin Drew Frank O. Currier and George Cooper. The story of "The Hunted Woman" Is toy James Oliver Curwood whose red-blooded fnovels of the outcast places of the World have placed him in the front jrank of today's romantic writers. TThe Hunted Woman" is a tale of strong men battling in the wilds of the Canadian northwest for the love of a noted London beauty euch scenes as a terrific landslide the blowing up of an entire mountain a hand-to-hand fisticuff between giants these are only some of the thrills In this five-part feature. In addition to this picture and the vaudeville acts. Monday's program in chides the Hearst News pictorial Number 46 th Hear t- it graph comedy cartoon and the Camozzi Musty Sutler comedies produced toy George Klelne which are new to Atlanta but which gained wonderful reputation for laughter from coast to coast. Special moslo will be played by the ten-piece orchestra directed by Mortl- mef Wilson. woo hag been brought back to Atlanta from Brsnaii university. QalntrvUle especially to take charge of. the Piedmont' muttc. 'me entire week wlli be featured by operat 10 selections from the repertoire which the Metropolitan company brings to Atlanta this spring beginning with the prize song from "Die Melstersinger as an overture Monday and Tuesday. Selections from "La Tosca" will be played Wednesday and Thursday for the overture. The feature film at the Piedmont Wednesday and Thursday Is "The Havoc In which Atlanta own star Gladys Hanson takes the leading role. Miss Hanson finished posing for "The Havoc" only a few weeks ago. She Is now In the city and having never seen the completed picture will view- It at the Piedmont this week. In addition to The Havoc" and an entirely hew program by the entertainers the program Wednesday and Thursday will Include a Hearst Travelogue and Frank McDanlels in Number One of a new comedy series "The Escapades of Mr. Jack. Friday an J Saturday the Piedmont offers another different program of selections by DLler and Miss Tempest The Hearst News Pictorial Number 27 Frank Daniels in the second complete episode of "The Escapades of Mr. Jack. and a 'wonderful feature film "The Cats-paw. based on the story by William Hamilton Osborne. M jfllJhis Week University ffhree Coghlin and Morrison Jem jtarmontf Jomt Comedy New Movie House Top left to right Marjofie Tempest coloratura soprano and violinist at the Piedmont all week scene from "The Hunted Woman' at the Piedmont Monday and Tuesday Virginia Pearson star in "The Hunted Woman bottom D'Leir concert accordionist 'at the Piedmont all the week. AT THE GRAND. Mutual Meuterplctttre d Luxe. "SocidI PiVofea" Tuesday. With three big Mutual Masterplo- turet de luxe edition starring such favorites as Marion Swayne Crane Wilbur. Constance Crawley and others with Mutual comedies and the "Social Pirates" as added atractlon the Grand this week will present a pace-setting program. Scheduled are .Monday and Tuesday "The Net a drama of the fisher folk featuring beautiful Marian Swayne supported by Bert Delaney. Wednesday and Thursday "The Love Liar depicting the loves of a much- loved violinist whose .part is played by Crane Wilbur with the second episode of "The Social Pirates" as an added attraction. Friday and Saturday "Revelation based on Suderman's famous story "Heimat and featuring Constance Crawley and Arthur Maude. The newest of the snappy Mutual comedies will augment each day's program. In addition to'its gripping plot "The Net. first offering .of the week will THEALPHA Supported by Beverly Bayne in Essanay's "Under Royal Patronage. With the departure of Billy Beard from Atlanta- Manager Alpha Fowler announces another musical act for the Alpha theater beginning Monday 'and continuing all week that ha claims to be one of the best In'the south. Messrs. A very. Coghlin and Morrison form a combination known as 'The University Three. Each of. these singers are so loists and promise an entertaining program of popular selections embracing harmony and comedy. The fourteenth episode of "Graft" will be shown Monday entitled "The Pig Iron King. and In addition Harry Meyers and Rosemary Theby will be shown in a comedy drama "The Model Husband. { Tuesdajwbrings the sixth chapter of illiant d e d J1'olaythstreet t.th. e ta m nc :30 OCk. 7 O O 1aou.e. "tea 6YeJ' 'I "U'to he eraUY' U'q. r t1z MoadB.r I JL'D -h-'mOnt m -\U ue to nault retul nr"t. -claM ti'"ht1i& Loew' i. eatelW d -"hoh8.11 otlons Jf ork I 'JF. III .t.n.eBd.aY hlch e lkhome f III em "J.Voman' h ve t"The ovelll 1 ank rong oted g1a.n In' tbJa 'to. 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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 02 Apr 1916, Sun,
  3. Page 8

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