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WMs Weeks1 Guide foriPlayhoerii WJiere o Go IWay POUS Hearts of the World 3 and 810 Film B F KEITHSr - Ist weeki TuJe - riUe acts at 3 and 815 STBAOT5 Mlaslnri with an aU - star cast Film GARDEN Be4e Barriacal in Bose o Paradise Film NICKEBBOCKEa Mae Marsh in All Woman Film CKAKDAIXS Norma Talmadte in Be Luxe Annie Film r SAVOY Msry Plciford in Mliss Film COLOMBIA Mair Kckford In How Could Yon Jean Film MASONIC AUDITORIUM Mae Marsh in - The Face in the Dark Film GLEN ECHO PARK Band concerts and a freicp amnsements GREAT FALLS Pioturesqce falls of the Potomac and picnic grounds XABSHAIX HALL HUtoric river resort CHESAPEAKE BEACH Boardwalk and water sports on the bay Belasco She Burnt Her Fingers Selwyn Company will submit another new comedy for Washington approval tomorrow night In the Belasco Theater when the attraction will be She Burnt Her Fingers the latest vork of Cosmo Hamilton the noted lEngliah playwright and novelist While the - story of the new piece is not divulged It Is said to be such as to add fnaterlally to the lasting fame of Its author Prominent in the cast engaged by the Selwyns are Estelle Winwood who Jiae not heretofore been seen in the Capital Warburton Gamble recently leading man in Misalliance Merle JMaddern niece of Mrs Fiske and others including Amelia Gardner Norman ackett Noel Hadden Kate Blancke Jlerbert Shlpman and Katherine Brook ond Pollyanna an apostle ot happiness Whose t troubles disappear before the sunshine ofjfier Imperturbable - optimismoptimism On Wednesday and Thursday - Bessie Love will hold11 the pcreen in How Could - You Carplineu celluloid story of boarding - school days while for the last two days of thcweekthe Garden willofferIluh - CilffQrdAndKen - neth Harlan In MUJrifght Madness Knickerbocker All Woman Mae Marsh star of many notable film productions appears in the stellar rofe of the photodrartia All Woman which will be given Its fljsst projections before local audiences at VCrandalLs Knickerbocker Theater today and tomorrow In this screen Vehicle Miss Marsh is filmed - 4 as Susan - Sweeney a New York factory girl who inherits an Adirondack hbtel - whlclfprovesHo be a iresort of evil reputation instead of the luxurious hostelry he had expected to find The manner In which she effects the rehabilitation of the place forms the basis of the drama Otherbooklngs for the week include The Only Road with Viola Dana Selfish Yates picturing William S Hart and Mothers of Liberty j - CrandaLT De Luxe Annie Rational Pack Up Your Troubles At the National Theater tomorrow Bight Wagenhals Kemper will present in person Sergt Arthur Guy Em - Jpey of Over the Top fame and Miss Hose Stahl as costars in the new war comedy Pack Up Your Tjubles by George C Hazelton The purpose of the new play goes further than merely to provide thoroughly agreeable entertainment brightened by flashes of Irish - American wit it is intended also to depict in what manner life in the cantonments redounds to the physical mental and moral betterment of the hoys called to the colors Sergt Emrole is that of a young patriot eager to get - to the rront Aliss Stahl is - i cast as his young and equally patriotic J mother The play is for laughter J Polis Hearts of the World Love laughter nd thrills depleted with the deft strokes of a master artist and coupled with gripping battle scenes from the French front will continue j as Polls contribution to Capital amuse - j ments for another week during which D W Griffiths latest cinema triumph i Hearts of the World will remain the j attraction There will be two perform - i ances today at 3 and 810 p m the box j office being open at 1 Ttie daily performances will continue at 210 and 810 With a love story of exquisite beauty Hearts of the World combines an intimate study of the great struggle of humanity against barbarism now raging in Europe It also contains as many laughs as a musical comedy De Luxe Annie known first as a popular short story then as a play will be seen in its third forth as a - photoplay at Crandalls Theater for the first four days of the week beginning today Norma Talmadge is the pjctured star and appears on the screen as a delicately bred society girl who through an accident became an unusually clever criminal The crux of thestory lies in the manner in which the unfortunate oung woman is restored to her normal senses and her proper place in society Beginning Thursday and continuing for the remainder of the week the screen at Crandalls will be held by The Ordeal of Rosetta in which the stellar Tole is played by Artae Brady Columbia How Could You Jean Beginning today and continuing throughout the week at Loews - eo lumbia Theater the attraction will be the newest Mary Pickford release How Could You Jean an amusing Photocomedy which pictures the etory of an aristocratic young girl who when her income ceases through un - fortuitous circumstances is obliged to work for a livelihood Herfriends are greatly shocked when she accepts employment as COOk for a vnnnolit couple Presently there appears vpon wie scene me son of a grouchy mIllior - M aire who falls victim to the cooks Beauty and obtains employment in t - e same household in order that he may make love to the girl he is sure he loVesTher action develppsnianjwex - rtinoi mlnWmT - r - i - SSL CT T Kt3d r r4 i vj ffe - irs A Tf SaYoy SPllssJti Mary CPickXordwilllbe - pictured in the chief role Sof ner latest filmsuccess MTiss taken fl - ofmfe famous J story byBretHarte - astheiprincfpaVatrac - tion af OrdndalKs Savoy TieaterV both today and - torAdrrowTheatoraf - the play is thefamiliaroneof California in the gold rush days of 49aThev title role IsonewhlchtiswellwltKlritberange - of MlssJPickf ofdt JmjllftglJftsaChe jra - gram announcedforltherenialnderof the weeki - rncludesi - TuesdaytffcAllce Brady InrCfte - Oreal of vTlosetta - Wednesday MaeMaVsnJiln iAll Womt an Thursday JrfneElvideandMon - tagtf - IJove iniThe - i Cabaret - Friday Bushman and Bayj3e4ol2CycIone Eb - ginsv D D - and - Saturday Hayakawa inThe WhitMansXaw y Masonic Auditorirrm - Th Fac6in J ItneDark The Face in the Dark a stirring detective photoplay picturing Mae Marsh Jn the stellarrole willbe shown at the Masonic Auditorium tonight Miss Marsh as Jane Rf dge vayIaugh - ter of Charles BJdge way a secret serv ice operative is herself a detective of remarkable natural ability She is in love wih Richard Grant teller in a bank The bank s - robbed and Grant is arrested as the culprit Jane with true Sherlockian shrewdrieest attempts to solve the - mystery She - finds a cigar ash and a gray threadnear the scene of the crime and - Identifies both as belonging to her father whjq confesses tojthe robbery as a part - of a plant o capture - the reaI offender Whom did Grant marry Howard The Divorce Question The attraction at the Howard - Theater this week will be the Quality Amusement Companys production - of the well known play The Divorce Question The piece will be presented by an all - star cast of colored players many of whom are established favorites with patrons of the Howard The moral of the play is in consonance with the best thought of the times sMatinees on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday beghaanengagement of twoweeksto - - TOorrowrTeAferfallteGrofrslwIll appearin f eatsof XslUlidaingand srace atf3 Vclockand8 1 midailyAs - surancethaithje Beachjis safe - from catridlsplay - 5 hajrbe - oontinued wttbout dangeriis blierfed to have addedma - teriallyHo the popularity oftJheresoit AllOf he amusemintaareln operation T X - - tlJ - XJjtjs5 J Marshall Hall The manifold attractions offered by historic and picturesque Marshall Hall together With the pleasufeof a delightful river trip on the well - appointed steamer Charles Macalester are responsible for the large crowds that are dally making this famous pleasure place their objective point The amusement devices kept in operation at the hall are of great variety and afford no end of fun Chesapeake Beach The first special vaudeville attraction of the season at Chesapeake Beach will - - S - 5 J - vr1 GlenuEchoTark - - Lx or - tJenewcQrflersuin Washington a MmYlAfcTnftrrtTaVViTTilinMllVfTlfl theahow - rIdeottheiCd7ltarslley systems Pomiles thjs ca flkictalong 1 tf A - 1 - TKneater - n - septemi theMarylandihnisabovethehlst5ric Kfor what KPPtJgticallygnnounced AnojAerelwyn - outputwassstartedjanV extended run Iithe cast are 1 mit i v z I - - i - i i - - t rnet Beeeher3JonntstajmDerjanu f j AveryHODffood wl a tV tVnn t rl it f I ntt Sn the - mirth of nationsrToubleExDo - iotomaCafTofdingan unparalleled panoramic Iviewif the rwonderfullypic - turesque scenery over ontheTTginIa sldeTodaytat thePark - Celfojs Band will giyeanother serJesof fpOpularcon - certs and daily - durlng - thef5eek allo the al - fresco amnsements jjwili be - In operation - Great FaW4FarkJ J The amusements proVided by the management jof Great Falls Park - for today comprise free jconcerts by the Ladies Liberty Orchestra free motion pictures andthe customary outdoor diversions of a picturepqueiand historic resort During the weeki dancing is indulged in and the seasonof good fishing also has arrived Special provision is J maae iorrneComiorianacpnyenienuB of picnic partiesA ON TI HORIZON What the PlayhonsesPramise for the Week of Jane 23 NATIONAL The - Unknown Purple a Jiejr play described as a distinct - novel ty and admit - fedty a r thriller written by Boland - West and fi arljle Moore and presented by a large company headed by Richard - Bennett Unique Hunting - and scenic effects areaid to - be Tltal featureg BELASCO Another Mans - Shoesi a new play - by Laura mnkley and Mabel Ferris based on Miss Hinkleys short story published nnder the name of Craven The production la made under the management of Frederic McKny atd the leading role will be played by Iionel AtwlU B Y KEITHS War Savings Stamp Day June 28 will be observed by the presentation of the regular bill including Nan Halperln Jo - senhine iVIetor Co in Maid - of France I Johnny Oooley BelenTrixahd Josephine Emmet De Voy Co Hooper and Marbury and otners STBANS Cecil De MiUVs finest Artcraft special nrodnction Old Wives for New a fdm version of Bobert W Chambers norel of 1 the same name This subject presents a shirting locale a wide variety of episodes a wonderful array of feminine wearing apparel and an aU - star cast GABDEN ViUgraphs newest release Bareai Son of Kazan picturing Nell Shipman and Alfred Whitman will be shown on - Sunday Monday and Tuesday to be followed Wednesday and Thursday by a new Bluebird and on Friday and Saturday by - Harry Morey in The Golden GoaL C0LTTMB1A - - Beglnning Sunday and continuing through Wednesday George M Cohan will be screened in a film version of his famous stage comedy Hit - the - Trail fiolliday For the AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS DOLIS AMUSEMENTS B F Keiths Edwards Song Revue Gus Edwards Annual Song Revue will be the main attraction at the B F Keith Theater this week where the war savings stamps campaign features will add the interest usual upon such occasions The Edwards revue is a pretentious offering characterized as The Fountain of Youth in Nine Spouts and features Olga Cook Dan Healy Helen Coyne and others The extra added attraction will be Some where in France presented by an ex cellent company Others on the bill are Charles Irwin and Kitty Henry in Comin Thro the Rye Marie Fitz - gibbon The Great Big Story Teller Whipple Huston and company in Shoes De Haven and Nice in Nick Uacks from Musical Comedy and Syl - i Via Loyal I I Gayety Wrestling j With both contestant in fine physical condition all is in readiness for the wrestling match to be staged at the j Gayety Theater tomorrow night when Jack Ozar of Lebanon Pa again will endeavor to win the belt signifying the middleweight championship of the I world from Joe Turner the local mat as - catch - can rules strangle holds barred two falls out of three to gain the decision Pat OConnor will be the third man on the mat This pair should furnish fine sport The last time they met the bout was stopped at one fall each owing to an injury sustained by Ozar In a previous match Ozar won the decision Strand Missing Trench life and the hazards of going over the top give way this week at Moores Strand Theater to the equally potent but less harrowing appeal of two photodramas of wonderfully strong human interest For the first four days of the week beginning today the dncipal attraction will be J Stuart Bfacktons picturization of Mrs Humphrey Wards novel Missing presented by an all - star cast led by Thomas Meighan Sylvia Breamer and Robert Gordon This subject will strike straight to the heart of every man woman and child Beginning Thursday and continuing through Saturday the major offering will be The Womans Law fn which the stellar role is taken upon the screen by Florence Reed TODAY At 3 and 810 P M LAST WEEK SHUBERT ATTRACTIONS Week Day Performances Twice Daily at 210 and 810 P M AN APOLOGY Thousands of people - were turned avray from the performances of Heart of the World last - wreefc In the rush and congestion of this week many more may be disappointed To these and the Washington public generally Mr Griffith apologizes for being nnnble to extend the engagement beyond the second week at this moment Other Important bookings at Foils seem to be an insurmountable barrier DW GRIFFITH NHK smBmmnmm a SUPREME TRIUMPH OSfVEETESf LOVESTORV EUERTOLO HEART OF THE WORLD A ROMANCE OrlTHE GREAT BATTLE SCENESL ON THE BATTLE FIELDS DF FRANCE 30 Symphony Orchestra 30 iiBiHllHEHHHEPi Ww LAN rOOROTHY CI5M BY ACTUAL COUNT MORE LAUCHSTHANAHYCOMEPY ON BROADWAY Nights 25c 50c 10O and 150 Matinees 23c SOc and flOO Box Offlce Open 1 p Jt Today Garden Rose o Paradise The wek will be opened at Moores Garden Theater today withXshowings of Paraltas newest release Rose o Paradise a film version of the novel by Grace BJiller White in which Bessie Barri8cale the star is called upon to interpret upon the screen a type of character new to her repertoire As Jinny Miss Barriscale is filmed as a sec - AMUSEMENTS On the Beautiful Potomac FREE DANCING Largest Pavilion South of New York and All Other Amusements Steamer Charles Macalester Daily and Sunday 7th St Wharf 10 A M 280 630 P M 56c Bound Trip Inc War - Tax Steamer Dally Except Sunday for Sit Vernon at 10 A M and 230 P HI Beginning Tomor at 820 Nights 50c to 9200 WASHINGTONS PLAYHOUSE BEAUTIFUL J Presenting Only the Foremost Foreign and Nntive ArtUta and Attractions MATINEES Wed and Sat 25c to 150 FREE WAR STAMPS MONDAY OPENING NIGHT ONLY Just to Do Our Bit ONE - HALF THE PRICE OF ANY TICKET WILL BE REFUNDED IN WAR STAMPS FREE WAR STAMPS MASONIC AUDITORIUM TONIGHT MAE MARSH IN THE FACE IN THE DARK A Story of Romance and Mystery by Irviir SI Cobb Also Pathe News Snow 640 8 920 SELWYN AND COMPANY PRESENT SHE BURNED HER FINGERS A Sfevr Play Bjr Cosmo Hamilton In Which the Author Adorns n Tale With n Bit of a Moral for the Girl in the Case -BEGINNING NEXT MONDAY SEATS TOMORROW FREDERIC McKAY OFFERS 4 ii Mans A - Jfew American Comedy WIth Lionel Atwell r Stipes f THEATER 7th and T Sb ti Andrew J Thomas Theater Co Props Entire Week Starting Monday June 17th Matinees TuesV - Thurs and Sat The Quality Amu Corp of NevT - York City Presents a Stirring - Drama That Will Teach You the - Same Lesson That Yonr Pastor Will Preach to You - On Sunday THE Divorce Question A piny that will nake you eager to drive from society the parasites who gnaBway the foundation of social lawandtorder 4 All-star r cost Includes WaIk Thttmpion Sidney Klrkpatrlck Dick Abrams rvTkeresa Bluferd Laura Bomnnnandeo others - NiglitPricfe 25c 35c 50c Matmee AirrSeatsr 25c Next WeekCAMILLE Mitchell and star Jcast - Abble Z i - C f0 T S - JSMtt C r - - - ii sKe - Sp s - - t - rVAsM - 3i - TLifcjreZsitT jTh ta ms mj a J Mettrtcalmew s - i1 TS - i - - - 3 - rv - - vveT - tBrf v v - V V - l4f - - j i9ZSgt - zigaf urewas PUt - inTehearsal Thjs cora - edyibooked forva - week - attheBe Jasca Theater hl cltybeeinnlnc Julv andwf dllowfhVahort ummer - eii gBemenionwei rpaawuj DetaKen into aJ NcarTorki i theater iniSeptember as i - SM rafvi Ja netBeecherlDhntsCumberlaaidJohn rrsautUUiiuwsiciiuiu ijj tcvlneT tftf Morrla Gest recelvedjvord recently that his brother Simon CfestT had rar - tA3 4 Cm T3vvTlan tft A niARAilinP day - fromCHlessavHehas beenservingj as an omcer - mtheKU5aianarmyiout owin - to - the loir season in armies iu that - cbuntryideciaea to take advan tageof the enforced vacation to run JastlfifVweS hitoTmlZz toNew Yorkandislt the family Haratawag new r - hotopatyTte Bravest Waj e iS - en route to New York XKrCKEEBOCKERBnndar and Mondar will hel - Irr v I- - featured by Bret local Bhowtags of Dorothr Daltonsrnew photoplay rher Mating of Mar - cellaJFortlierpmalntftK - tntr i avi i2S e - HU HameTjraTPraBelUndIsic f5heBeartofXHrViJ - J V will t stellar role of elflaYatetJrtlUhold the screen tnesnrat - two daTsflt th - - wMr ntiiop - I jjwkuisb n nii - tne remaining daxaare4TI Mating pf - MaroellaWonld Yoa rorelve Herl and - The Ordy Boad - w SAVOY - The first - two daya of - the week wiUbe featured by William S Hart filmed In the principal role pf Selfish Yatp Other bookings far the week Include De Luxe Annie The Man Hunt - Tie Winning of Beatrice and others - - - - r - - s - - Sr v - r ewyorkrUroadstatlon ndj Jfeni the tforter askedthlm wnerefilwas cro inybAldWrlJttstSeJthat jpntgent inliToneartiofthejdei - potJiirellnsrnallyellcltedthVfactthat UrrlHyde preferred the State3MaIne and jthatfanywhereiwouJd - idQiVBOithe porterf flnajliroughta - ticket - and J cnecea tnelugage to LakeSebaygo wherever that Is - j - lock andTEdsrar Selwyn havebeeu bjfrn - J TlAw ViVtrfTlirli ll14Vn f1irh IavlsbtH UOUUUflua miWi94 U - f f - s - Pr - j w MrVGarfield forkon theplay rwasrJt Instituted about a - yearaKOv - anLMrv JSztd tTrllroV nnftTtirleri himself In th TrlldS Of fat-Sf r j - - t j - A J5i J4i i fl - - JAj - It consumedall of twlvemonthsw the maklnebutt therKreatvAmerlcan drama la turned out at last IJ - 1 - We refer - tono less awork - thah Crowded - Hour Longtlslandfor aconslderable periadsi activities Incident totJUnklnsup plot - S7s Thls course seems to - have had iU fH vatiltii fnivtnlii nit van announced A1 - J V Int I n r I oti sal o A iHI Hrf1 43fet5 U10iilOUU0111J4iO A4AaAV v 3 rfthcaraalHivitwilI benroduced bvSel neyr season no less awork - thanvThe collaborator rbn which ChannlngPol - wyn3 jf - fjjjttjs A3aUSEMENysrr tt nf - r V j X - - 53rAAfTIRKMRlVTS - f 5 i5 - a - T AMUSEMENTS MifelfUMMIfcl 1 - liu lvtjiTwU i IUAJLUbsUbUOSsIbsIb COOL COMFORTABLE REFINED Washington Ideal Amusement Center TODAY M0N 3toUPMi 715 and 9tlS P M This Wistful Little Star In Her Cleverest Characterization ALL WOMAN ii Tues Wed A Patriotic Appeal to All Americans OF Smashing Blow to German Autocracy AN ALL - STAR CAST BARBARA CASTLETON Walter Miller Wm If Tooker - - Biielah Poynter Harry Spingler Thurs Fri Double Show This Sterling Star In His Supreme Cinema Achievement IlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiniH TTda WaldropVbrotherlof Oza ofthat SSZ - VZl V - C S rn VJgC - - 3r - wH tX hit wui rurnisbthe score rorthemu - CONTf rcUOUSDAILY - ilO AMiTQ Jrijtt3Kz42hjteh I version KoftfAFull Housed jrbleh wv - liMaf 19 ANCf Brwt Ka D4S - JS be presented to - an expectant pufiUc AWQr lv A fTTVJAY rggrJrV UCAI - ACaOUUffaiUiUinlvUko0ilcu1 - tv Wm V - VMl - HV - AVr rcuu AW - rvT 3PiT oompositlonstobls credltbn thVcoast - V - XAwi mTMJ - - - r teas iQt arrived inthe - JEast last spring Henry r t - - - - i Jm If fllV L Z Ki Blossom will write thebook for the AJBTodar - MondaT Tuesdayrj Wednesflaypg 1 - - iy CTarencettyde publicity promoter S 1 - - 1 sTVfcTWT lVylTHBk4SS - - 7 and managerial factotum for - Henry l1 l I J - A JIJffvlrtiS z M Millers Theater last Wednesday un ll4 QJ jJJJj loaded tfoa poundsot excess baggage at - Jr TTtSTTN TjT IJ rLT J gS - Vn - AMUSEMENTS f7SSSKK SMp2 - miijimr SSEWSEB JGbKSTMbbsHIbsssbbS S Lt - - - i - - iwi - Vv raft J VbsbbbbbbbsbbbbWmV ixX - v r tX a i kMK - fffil AT tSJlBBBSB - ffBVBBMLlnifai s - - - SwlZ JSWii jr I IRCDTY m 3 - TL - - rSSSsSF - - im CaslEEhal - lJiZir mWs T - g WmTSJl Koniem - - - Jid - iiiiiiA - L bBL IM CattmOul AbOtttf FIRST WASHINGTON SHOWING MAE MARSH HART ireme Cinema Acl SELFISH YATES EXTRA Sennetts Latest Comedy - EXTRA POLLY MORAN The Rattle - Royal BEX TERP1W FIRST WASHINGTON SHOWING SATURDAY 230 TO 11 P M In a Fascinating Romance of the Great Southwest THE ONLY ROAD niBBimai itmjmmLmjtm i WWWWHMiBRl Today Mdn Tues Wed TJ1AX3 iitLlOtllf ULLV COOL AND BREEZY BY TYPHOON COOLING SYSTEM NORMA TALMA DGE In the Foremost Achievement of Her Career DE LUXE ANNIE Based on the Story and PJay ot the Same Title Thr ALICE BRADY Fri In the Story of an Italian - American Girls Struggle for Love Sat The Ordeal of Rostetta s An unusually dramatic story of lore andadynture - trjat will grip every man woman and - child W strikestralgtit - to the beart of every mother wife sweetheart or sister of a boy in France Not a battle pictures but a masterpiece of human appeal with an inspiring message of hopepreSented by anall - star cast led by Thomas Meighan Sylvia Breamer andRobert - Gfordon yfr Thursday Priday - Saturday g The Variety Film Company Presents FLORENCE REED ij - i1 SSS SSI Jrs t 1 - VsJli7 - sssviU5vai SSSVriVS a r1 3 v mNi - X Vt iUBP I - rll EmSZBIIlBO EamLSAMj OY GARDENS The Most Beautiful Outdoor Resort In This Section of Jhe County - Today Mon In Bret Hartes Story of Early California Days MLISS TUe ALICE BRADY in The Ordeal of Rosetta Wed MAE MARSH in All IU nan Thur JUNE ELVIDGE in THE CABARET Jl Fri Bushman Bay ne in Cyclone Higgins D D sat Sessue Hayakawa in The White Mans Law and the fMack Sennett Comedy The Battle Royal DAILY irl5 815 SUNDAY 3H 815 Holidays 215 515 fe 815 PRICES 25 c Up BEGINNING TOMORROW MAT AND ENDING NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT THE BROADWAY SHOW OF BEAUTY JOLLITY ANUSPLENDOB GUS EDWARDS7 ANNUAL Introducing Lovely OLGA COOK the American Prima Donna and DAN HEALY the Versatile Comedian Supported by HELEN COYNE Premiere Dunsense MABIO VILLANI the Neapolitan Tenor MARGUERITE DANA and SIXTEEN SELECTED BEAUTIES OF THE FAMOUS EDWARDS TYPES 6 Sveet Sons Harmonists 10 Scenic Wonders 200 Fifth Avenue Gown A Gorgepus and Glorious Galaxy In a Graqd Revel of Songr Dance and Gayety Extra Added Attraction JOHN BARCLAY CO In the Sensational War Skit Somewhere in France An Episode of th Trenches DE HAVEN NICE Musical Nick - Nacks Special Comedy Addition MARIE FITZGIBBON - The Great Blsr Story Teller Dilating on the Ways and Wiles of Women of the World CHARLES ERWINV WHIPPLE HUSTON CO The Clieer - u Comedian 1 Puttinr on Shoei Sylvia Loyal and Pierrot Pipe Organ Recitals News Pictorial 3 85 THE SPAN iSli DAnCEHS Mabel Hamilton Co AND ALL THE OTHER HITS IN liAST WEEKS BILL mmmmMmmmKmmKm sf vaijj THE SUNDAY POST By Mall 2t505Fer Teaf GAYETY Monday Night June 17 Championship Match of the Season WRESTLING - B Bb5 VM w 1 Joe turner vs Jack Ozar In avFInlsft ilaicbv Best 2 In 3 Falls and Misllir AND HIS I BAND At Washingtons Only Real AMUSEMENT PARK GLEN EL il J 1MV BBSrSl IB4 330 S3X 730r - 9l30 FOURREE CONCERTS - 25ATTRACT10NS 25 I ADMISSION EREE IU 5 r iTHB WOMmSALJW I ss A Soul - Stirring Drama ot Mpther - Lovo and Virtue Triumphant 2yr - t wMm s - cL KLSS Week - Day Mats 10c GARDElsT Evenings lBc S - u LfV - i A Today Monday Tuesday Paraltas NeVrHappInes Ph6toplaj StSwis DrYC12Sriff51D A Drama of Bomariflcloments TragiQealitiesand Human jraujos jkljzr r - ir - - - rsi sv n - ii ArxHja Ffl 3 i fS - - - JTKil iprri TjS v w Wed - and Thurs PATHE3 PRESENTS Bessife Love IN How ConlfYon Caroline A Full Hour of Sunshine Sweetness and Youth f vFrlXnnd atJ - 4S BLUEBIRDS BEAUTTr - RuthGliffbr4 MIDNIGHT MADNESS iThe Mysterious Story of a Gun Shot a Blaster Crook and a Pretty GlrL - STIEKP PIANOS EXCLrrsrVBTLY - V 4S 1 - j rrC S5ivfl S VKSrtr 1st - 4 - Jjf l t l - - B - jr fix - ft TOMORROW NIGHT i Mats Wed and Sat POPMAT WEDJ Best Seats 100 NATIONAL The only theater in VTMUnrion o AN EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTIONf WAGENHALS KEMPER COP SERGEANTS EM The onljr theater fa7 Waithinrton offerinr excluilTely Americsa sad ferelrn stars of first rak Guy IN JfEKSON AND BEY ROSE STAHL In a New Laughing War Comedy by George C Haaeltonj - B - A - if - tr up YOUR NO SHOTS NO SHOCKS 71LLLAUGHSL Hope Good v Cheer and Laughter TROUBLES TJie Melting Pet o the American Army Shown v Sergeant Empey Will Tell - His Experiences During Intermissions - NEXT WEE1C SEATS THURSDAY Matinees Wednesday and Saturday ROLAND WEST Offers a New PlayJn - Prologue and Three Aeta THE UNKNOWN PURPLE SAJKffiS RICHARD BENNETT r r s AVI - I t - 4 LtfV rr - The - MostJalked - Qj - and - BesNTto - 1 BV BBBBiXSa BS SI SBfc - J 1 7 Presenting the Worlds Foremost Photoplays tOEWO COLUMBIA m DAJLtlfc30 AMUI 11 PJLtVsV sumuYj3Pkun pm VIF MornrAftenoit horteisc RIzUSunHoL v BEGINNING TODJft - l - p - ALL AT3PM - ALL iik MARY - - jjg - r PICKFORD HOW COULD YOU JEAN The Cloak of a Scullery Maid Covers e Heart of a Z t - v V c - r J - - A - 3i - r - l J A I R hC - Sfta gf tL M - - Suti 4 - - fFtin - iltifL BB - -IS t I VBSbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbFV - 1 1 - r M - v4 tB - - - - alAriaM7lHMnMIIMW BBMBHBiVsTsHBBBBBBlBBflBBBBBBBBBI tBSBHBflBSSBsTsSBBSBSBBBSBSBsflBBBSBBSSBSSsJsSBBSBf iS - i vAS5S4ttsrJta5vftjaKffl - sf - - v J i vfe4f ft l - SKr - teAiiiv IgaSlliit - - - - JJ1JJJJMJJM - - JJ - I III I s - B - slsai II I M I M I BSBBBlllllS - B - BBBB - B - illlBlll I

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