Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 17, 1923 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

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iv, 1MOUS PICTURE HELD OVER FOR SUNDAY A! COLONIAL I J "Singed Wings," the big Para- lount production featuring Bebe lanlels and Conrad Nagei, will be Jeld over for Sunday at the Colonial. Ibis Is an exceptionally fine picture Tid one which should have had sev- (ral days' longer run to accommo- bte the many who want to see i ; . Musical comedy wi'l be the foal- Ire attraction at the Colonial all jext week except Wednesday and Ihuraday. when Chase's Boy Choii lerue will be offered. Mary Brown's Tropical Maids will be the company who will .offer a complete change in program daily starting with Monday's inatinee. The company numbers twenty people--carries a carload of special scenery and effects and only productions of good clean character will be offered, full of good wholesome laughter and catchy music. Special stunts are promised with each program, the opening bill being "Hello Bill." I--. , i i i. s S 1M^! f ,-^|? |*« ,, , **- ^\x~ fet ^ ^ ^ \ ELINOR GLYN DEALS WITH REAL STUDIO LIFE ATJOLLYWOOD Something- absolutely new in screen plot; and characterization is offered in Elinor Glyn's "The World's a Stage," which cornea as a principal Picture to the Paramount theatre'tomorrow. Trust the celebrated authoreas-of "Three Weeks," and "Man and- Maid." to discover real novelty. The screen has^ long needed a story which got away from the beaten path. "The World s \ Stage" will surprise you with its out-of-the-ordlnary plot. It is a vital, throbbing tale, soaring to unexpected climaxes, startling in its denouement, and will be talked about as the film sensation of the year Mrs Glyn has painted accurately and vividly the inside life of a screen actress in Hollywood. All 1 of the incidents of the story are founded upon real life. Mrs Glyn lias been a resident of Hollywood for some time and her impressions of life are honestly recorded here. The plot treats or the adventure of a stage star, heading a cheap repertoire troupe whose performance of Juliet is so fine that it attracts the attention of a picture producer and a wealthy mining man in the audience. They conclude that the screen needs new personalities, am, | the latter man, being somewhat in-1 terestert in the girl, uses his influence with the director in getting her I a contract. Her star is in the ascendant, but as happiness is about ' to reward her, along comes the bit- I ter pangs of disillusionment as she I discovers that her 'hasty marriage i is not a success. The picture is in- j terpreted by Dorothy Phillips as its star and sue gives a sterling performance. Others include Kenneth . Harlan and Bruce McRae. Conn I Campbell directed. S HE DIDN ; T SUPPORT ME," SAYS WANDA :GOMS6TQLUNA Raymond Hitchcock, himself, the inimitable comedian, will appear at .the Luna theatre for one perform- I ance,. on Tuesday evening. Feb. 27, | in his ne^v Hitchy-Koo 1923. This is an annual production, entirely ne-« each vear- . The" critics say Hitchy-Koo IS-o is ( the brightest and most .beautiful, revue Raymond Hitchcock; has ever starred in, and add that it, is replete with good comedy, music, talented dancers, singers who Jiare real voices beautiful choruses and nu- meroi^' colorful and well staged scenes! . . , ,,/, Hitchy-Koo 1923 is original, and all thru its 52 varied and wonderful ( scenes, the eye, the ear. and the i risibilities have plenty to delisli- j them. The book' is bv Georw v . Hooart. Morris Green, Walt Kuhn, Edith i Isaacs and AnHa -Rico. The lyrics | are by Irving Caesar and Bud De i I Sylva" The music is contributed by ! Louis' Censler. \Vm. Donaldson ar.d i I Cole Porter. The scenery was de- \ fiRANP \-^TCwXVi^nTF'BEST-; TOMORROW AXD" HOXPAY. "TOSITE "Life's Greatest Question" A Northwest Story, "White Eagle" Aesop's Fables GEORGE CHEESBRO In a Sortli- west Mounted Police Story "The Recoil" Century Comedy Harold Lloyd Comedy L COMING TUESDAY FOR 3 DAYS NEAL HART--"TABLE TOP RANCH" TDIE OF SHOWS 2 , 4 , 7 and 9 THEATRE LAST DAY ""V story "that will astound the movie fans of America will be unfolded if I start a counter-suit for divorce," said Allen Burton, Hawley when told that his beautiful movie star wife, Wanda Hawley (above), has sued for divorce alleging non-support. , . ·' ARK \ B- © - NORTH JUDSON Tonight. , John Gilbert in "Arabian Love," | will close a two-day engagement at the Ark tonight. Alfred Kuhn was home from Laporte over the weekend. ··'My Own United States," the patriotic film which was shown at hign school auditorium Monday, (Lincoln's birthday), was highly entertaining, and a large audience was present. ' ""' . Mrs John Lightcap accompanied her son, Willard to Chicago, where the latter had his tonsils removed. Rev G A Troda preached in Hobart Sunday, while Rev. Showmaka was at North Judson. P. H- McCormick attended the tax sale at Knox Monday. Flu invaded the ranks of the North Judson school faculty this week. Miss Corbett, Miss Brown, Miss.Klo- HAWAII PINEAPPLE CROP FALLS'SHORT T H I S Y E A R HONOLULU, T. H.--Present indications are that Hawaii's pineapple pack this year will fall about 600,000 cases short of the preliminary estimate- of 5,250,000 cases, announced by the Association of Hawaiian Pineapple Canners. On the basis of an average value of ip.25 a. case, this will give an approximate $20,17,500. Early esti- probable output at about 5,250;000~cases. "Way Down East" Sunday William A, Brady's great stage | revenue o£ v ,»,^., U U v. play, "Way Down East," which was] mates for 1923 place "the seen in this city several months ago- --·---* -· -*--· ? »-^nTM at advanced prices, will be Manager Dowling's offering for three days, beginning Sunday. This is more than a picture, it is a 'story of human hearts, interpreted by a cast of super-excellence, and will hold the spectators spell bound to their seats from beginning to -end. - If you are looking for*-real entertainment, see "Way Down East," at the Ark during its three-day engagement. signed by John Wenger, who has be- , come famous for the work he has-j done at the Metropolitan Ooera i Houso, New York. Alice O'Neill da- signed the elaborate costumes. In the cast will he Kddie and Tom | Hickey. Miss Lee Morse Irene Delroy. Al Sexton, Maurice Black. Ruih Urban, Dolores Farris. Cur.by Berkeley, who appeared here last, season as Madame I./ucy in "Trene": the three Misses Waimvi-ight, and the twelve London Tivol.i Girls, who have recently arrived in this country. Raymond Hitchcock will be seen in varifeus roles. He will play Romeo in the balcony scene from Ro-, meo and Juliet, pagliaeei, Peck's Bad ] Boy. A Horrible Author, and Kins of i the Fiji Isles. Among the song hits are '"Take Me Back to Lullaby Lane.'' "The Bandit Band^' -'Songs We Used to Sing," "Hitchy-Kooay," Ya-Da-De- Dum-Dum,' 1 "We're Pain," "Shake a Little Hoof and a wonderful Pfr risian waltz, "Isle of Sweethearts, The augmented orchestra will be | under the direction of Robert J. Are you going to miss ' seeing TPiTOTOPLAY OF JOY, LOVE AND YOUTH. A BIT OF A MISS OF A BROGUE OF THE SUNSHINE OF IRELAND GRASS CREEK. pot and out. , . Mr. Newlin have all been . . The North Judson basketball team the Hebron five. FRaymond Hitchcock, who will be at the Luna theatre on Tuesday , February 27th, in -his new revue, Hitchy-Koo 1923. won easily over Score 25 Vo 17. Miss Schweir lias glee club of 27 girls. organized a . Raymond Carnes and wife are the · ' - irl, Rev. MacXeely of Indiana Central college of Indianapolis, spent part of this.veek in this vicinity in the interest o f ' t n a t college. Mrs. Lillie Freeman, Dr. Saunders Bruce Kendell and Cloyd Murray have been on the sick list. happv parents of a fine baby born "Tuesday, February 13- Carl Leslie and family of Hamlet, visited here from Sunday until Tuesday. , The Woman's Foreign Missionary I been ill. society of the M. B. church will A force of men meet on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 2:30 p. -Mr. Robbm's ice in., at the church. This will be a nine-inch ice. public meeting, including a social hour, a good program and refreshments Joe Vesley and wife and a party of friends from Chicago, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Barbara Durek. -"Miss Anna Scholz of Chicago, visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. C. R Knachel. Mrs. Nettie Bailey, of South Bend, is here assisting in caring for her mother who has heen seriously ill, but Is reported better at this writ- ins. Mr." Jack *Dormaa has also Mail orders are now being SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Including Company Packed With are .busy filling house with good The members of the Ladies Aid held their meeting at the home of Rev. -Sherrill, On account of the weather the attendance was rather small. Mr. Robb'ins is-spending the weekend at Windfall. Evelyn May Miller was called home on the account of the illness of her sister. ALL NEXT WEEK STARTING 10 H. i a 1 Monday - Matinee A Bridal Night-A Telephone-- A College Chum-An Unwed Wife-- WORLD'S A STAGE MARY BROWN'S CAL MUSICAL COMEDY CO. AIDS 20 PEOPLE. IN A COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY BIG BEAUTY CHORUS. SPECIAL SCENERY. Opening BilI-"HELLO BELL" SPECIAL STUNTS EVERY NIGHT Bargain Matinee Daily, 35c; Children, IDC/ Night 7:30-9. Adults, 50c; Children, 25 'VO IN ADDITION 'TEST OF THE STORM COUNTRY"

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