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4 WEDNESDAY MORNING. elei DECEMBER 1. IS23. fPAItT IIL1 i Cbcatcrs Emuscmentf-Entcrtatnmsnti. added before the later episodes are FLASHES.
Vaudeville Sparkler of Coming Week. flRAUMAN'S THEATRICAL ENTERPRISES ita ne st, ik j-ic PHILHARMONIC AUDITORIUM Mt aa i -i. ja.i aaMj4nu.ija..jumii il aa--jaF--r OwJ EVERYONE LOVES HIM! I i 1 l4- 0t-HiU BUI Hart In thla, I I 1-atest Production, Jut CampUiwt jf I ff" A. M. to t.
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jhown.lka lhaft ftMt-cls ihtdlre prictj THEO. KOSLOFFS Gorgeous Ballet "A DANCE OF SOUTHERN RUSSIA" tw-aotlfu! danoera an the atara. Tha greoteat act of It 4 -a--V i i 8 mis rv 'P it my. v- -V I tiraWa-L- SffA. 4 kind aver ataged.
in TPRINITY AUDITORIUM V2k Vl 11 E. Babrmer prtscsU is otaer Dif mat urea. wwaajinimi ohm man A CHARLES HACKBTT jL-. jj ScJcSSi. Tuesday.
Eve. Dec 7. Tha American wpar oh Tlckats Ob sale dally at tha JPhnharmotile Tenor, whoaa aueeeaa at th" Matropolltaa I troo Dot a ma public ana tba praaav TSo to 11.11 Auditorium box offlca. Finn and OH eta. I acDrroRitm OHILHARMONIC AUDITORIUM Moat Beautiful Uttl ThoAter tb World's Huccm ft 1 1 el" Ma Absolute iriumph PHILHARMONIC 0 R- Al THIRD SYMPHONY CONCERTS FrUAft at 3:15.
Sat Eve. at 8:30 Prices 50c to $2.00 MASON OPERA LIU. i ml WALTER HENRY ROTHWHI.U Conducto-Sololat tIJZABETH fw)THW tLX. Soprano 11 11 AallV ft- FTJ mMmm'i 1 I "a CALIFORNIA THEATER- Everj IKos Lacfiei Day for Jean Pamel GOLDWTJ, PRESENTS FRANK LLOYD'S Production. is, Tt World's With How Piaylng tec Week IK IT ta 1HT ITU XAXPU DUNBAR'S PROD17CTTUJ OF DE COUC OPERA "ROBIN Klthta ana Sat.
toe to It 6. Mat. Today, 10c to tl.8 NEXT WEEK. THE REAL TREAT NOT A VAMP NOR A BEDROOM SCENE in AJ Is It Evelyn or Gertrude? IN HJi Jl II 11 1L 1L4 1 11 VU1 11 11 11 POSITIVELT THE ITMARTKST COMKIT AS'D THE BEST CAST HERK IS TEARS. PRE-WAR PRICKS, li te WKD.
MATINEB. SHAT9 TOMORROW. One of the Barr Twins on new Orpheum- program. As the sisters are Identical in appearance, this picture will do for either, It is said. One of them is soon to wed.
Week Commencing Monday, Dec. 13 IT, ana vtorria oat rraaant V. naj vomatocK una worm MAIL ORDERS RECEIVED NOW 66 Nlchta II, II. SO, II. tna.
It. li and 4 o. Wadnaaday and Saturday Matlncaa, 1 ta 13. EW PANTAQES "HE ffiEAILOVER" FORD STERLING AND CHARLIE MURRAY In MACK SENNETTS "YOUTHFUL FANCY" JOHXXT BRESNAHAN, Gaatan Oirrrolefa Machanlelan, and pleturaa tha Berarly Spdway Raeca. BDt HARLEQUINS from tba Polllaa Bergar THREE WHITE Kt'HNS, a braca from tba iratW WINTEROARDBM rOUR LORENZ WOODS GOLDIW8 rANCERS EUTREMB ALEKO AND PANTHEA In a demonstration of Talfpathr thay aaavcr yonr ouaatlnne and ala.
you. CITT." Eplaoda XIV. H. B. WARNER IN TELU DAT" aimed from F.
Hopklnaon Smith's novel of tba same name. NEXT WEEK "THH DEVIL TO tXV DL'IST, SELECTIONS CALIFORNIA CONCERT ORCHESTRA CARLI D. ELINOR, PJRBCTOR OVERTL'HB, "UANCB OF TUB HOURS" OROADWAY PANTAQES 1LJ? MUSICAL ItEVUB Frak F. Haarc of tha vaudaTfllo taam of Morton ft Moor. ILLER'S NOW PLAYING NAZI With "Oklahoma Bob? Albrtjtht and the Broadwar Folllea Co.
GATLORD A HERROX -BRIDE It "THE BROADWAT BUBBLE" a uoat Baauttftg "AMWUClt't PrNBST" CONTINUOUS 1 TO 11 P.M. "BROAD WATS' BRIGHTEST" CONTINUOUS 1 TO 11 P.Mf NEW fcHOW EVERT MON la. SCANDALS" Wrttt.n and produeod if Frank f. Moors flATIREE T0.1CRR0W i urwnv rtTrcxrv Oreat Camady Hit .1 EVENINGS. 10c TO 75c TARKINGTOfT EDWARD EVERETT HORTON CCO.
I 300 OROSCO THEATER OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS THK INCOMPARABLH written. It is understood that the locale cf the action Is to be hand from the Viennese setting to Amorfa, uui xn original title will probably be re tained, New European A new series of Outing Chester pic tures Is shortly to be undertaken by Baron Carl P. Wlnther. motion pie titre producer and traveler, who will leitve this morning for New York, to aall from there for Europe. Baron Wlnther plans to make pictures in Denmark.
Sweden, France. Norway, Iceland and possibly later in Africa a He recently completed a serlc of Nuw Zealand and Fiji Island films for the Outing Chester, having re turned to tnis country from that territory about three months ago. Of late he has been busy with Gibson Cowland. the actor, on a series of Mexican travelogues, and It is possible that Gowland may later Join Wm in Europe to continue a similar activity. Prologue Booked, Booking of the prologue used for the Al Chrfutle production of Long Letty" has been arranged by Gore Brothers and Sol Lesser.
They have completed the entire route. The prologue's portion of the original musical comedy, was staged by Ed Armstrong. "Leopard Woman" to Return. A reshowlng of Louise Gianni's picture, ''The Leopard Woman," has been announced for the Walker Theater next week. Colncidentally Miss Glaum's late feature, "Love," had a trade review showing a few days ago in New York, and was highly praised.
Trow! Comedy. "Nightie Night," which is to be the next attraction at the Mason, is guar anteed not a bedroom farce, despite us name, as a matter of fact, the action develops on chair car between Washington and New York. Armstrong Joy-Sustainer. Ed Armstrong is serving another Joy-sustalner in "Oh, Please" at the Burbank Theater this week. And nobody who sees it is likely to suffer from a hangover.
The principals fun-making is pleasantly diluted with popular music numbers, which the singers are putting over in their usual enterprising fashion. The Baby Dolls are looking Quite as well as usual. Pictnre Stars Guests. Many motion picture stars will be In attendance at the formal, invitational opening of the new Mission S'heater on Broadway near. Ninth, Wednesday evening, it Is announced.
Among them will be Mary Pickford. Douglas Fairbanks, Wallace Reld, Mary Miles. Minter, Gloria Swanson, Clara Kimball Young, Pauline Frederick. Ben Turpln, Charles Mur ray, Marie Prevost, Priscilla Dean. (Catherine MacDonald, Earle Williams, H.
B. Warner, Bebe Daniels. Ruth Roland, Ethel Grey Terry, William Taylor, Roscoe Arbuckle. Thomas Louise Glaum. House Peters.
Louise Fazenda, Phyllis Haver, Frank Mayo, Eddie Lyons, Betty Conipson, Mr. and Mrs. Carter De Haven, Lew Cody, Bessie Barriscale, William Duncan. Tom Shirley Mason, Eileen Percy, Louise Lovely, Charles Kay, William S. Hart.
Wanda Hawley, Mable Normand, Barney Sherry and others Mavor Meredith F. Snyder will head a list of public officials who will attend. The Mayor is on the program for an addresa 'ine initial picture attraction win be "The Mark of Zorro." starring Douglas Falrbanka The' theater will be opened to tr.e public Thursday morning at 11 o'clock, -v Where, Oh Where There would seem to be a gang of professional lost-dog-ilnders over in Hollywood. Once in a while a mm star's dog is the victim. The latest to report such a loss is Raymond McKee, Shirley Mason's leading man at the Fox studios.
McKee dog was a brindie tmii. wore a collar and answered to the rame of "John." Mr. McKee Bays he feels certain that John will come home if he sees his name in the paper. Kitty Gordon Soon. Etar for Christmas and New Year's weeks.
With her will be Jack Wil son. (. i May Allison Recovers. Having read all the good novels she could lay her hands on, and bavins devoured all the candy sent her, May Allison, Metro star, who was hurt while making a picture recently, announces herself able to return to work. Miss Allison says She has had the greatest time of her life at home.
Three old discarded beaus forgave her and sent her gifts of wonderful flowers, and later other admirers ruined flowers and candy upon her. Also she says she didnt suffer a bit as long as she didn't try to do any work; they wouldn't let her work if she wanted to, ana sne aian want to. Picture Pre-View. Director Jack Conway Is planning a pre-vlaw of "The Servant in the House," which he made into a pic ture from the famous stage lay. This pre-view will he coinoident with the film's New York premiere, which will be some time next weolt.
"Mark of Zorro" Splurges. Doug Fairbanks demolished known records for a dally attendance return total with hls' ploture "The Mark of Zorro," upon the presentation of the picture this week at the Capitol Theater, in New York, according to a statement issued by his studio. It 1h declared that the aggregate receipts went to $11,000, as compared with the previous high of $8000. Interpretative Lecture. Richard Buhlig, pianist and lecturer, will give his interpretative talk on the third symphony pro gram of the Philharmonic Orches-j tra, this afternoon, at the Friday Morning Club "Mouse.
Mr. Buhlig achieved such a distinctive siiucums at his last appearance before the symphony subscribers tht't those who attended will be keenly desirous of hearing hlu explanatory remarks on the coming program, as It is one ot unusual iw-tereet, containing Monart'a Symohony In flat, one of this composer's Inst and KnM.tHt works; Dukna'a "L'Ap-prnntf Border" and Svndntn's Nor weKiui Art tut Carnival This will be tlu Hist perfornmnre of tli Mosurt symphony by the I'hll-linrnioiile Orchestra and the tnwlrno-tlvn talk by M.r. Uuhllg will add much lilt "reM. The orchestral prntiram ts to be prmcittcd Fiiility afiwruuau nj gal urUx sveuUif, nroTUA as a wm la Nat Ooodwln'e In Mrr New "MADAME TILL DIRECT MARY. JACK PICKFORD TO MEGA PHONE EB NEXT PICTCKE.
By Grace Klncley. A thrlllln announcemnt from the Pick ford family yesterday was to ttye effect that when Mary begins worn on iter next picture aha will have as her director no less a person than brother Jack. Co-directing with Jack, and naturally coaching; the young; man a bit at the knotty pots, will be Al Greene, formerly Jack a director. This follows out the previous an' nouncement that Jack Pickford wtJuld direct, given out in this col umn upon the return of young Pick- ford from Europe, a few weeks ago, But that he would direct his famouH sister only became known yesterday. And, as though this were not ex citing news enough for one day.
It also is learned that the story which Miss Pickford will do next, beginning Monday, by the way, will be one written by herself. In this Miss Pickford will revert somewhat to the type of picture which first made her famous, she will play a raggedy little heroine. Of course, this isn't the star's first attempt at successful authorship, for she wrote "The Eagle's Mate," one of her first films, and it is said he has had a finger in more than one authorial pie when It comes to her own plays. It will be interesting to see the star playing one of these hoyden rotes which first made her famous. and It is likewise interesting to note that she has had many imitators in those parts, but none who ever succeeded as she did.
Even she herself, as she laugh ingly relates, had to play some sad roles before she managed to convince people she really could act. Following the above mentioned story, which has not yet been named. Miss Pickford will start work, before going abroad, on the Interior' scenes of "Little Lord Fauntleroy," the exteriors of which will be made abroad. Rumor has been current to the effect that Mary Pickford Fairbanks would go Into retirement shortly for family reasons, but tills report is emphatically denied by the lady herself, who further announces that she has four stories to matte within the next four months, However, she did say that she hoped some day that such state of things would come to Orphcum Stir to Wed. A wedding is to take place this week with an Orpheum as the The lady in question is one of the Warde sisters, but which one it wouVd do no good to tell you, as she is one of the Warde twins, and nobody can tell them apart.
Is. no casual acquaintance. It is hoped that the husband-elect has them fixed firmly in mind. Said bridegroom-elect is an eastern man, who was visiting in San Francisco when the act was there. Monte Blue at lUalto.
While, of course, anniversaries cannot now be celebrated in the good old way, still a pleasant time can still be naa oy au wnen conditions are right Take the anniversary celebration at Sid Orau-man's RJialto, this week. In order to give patrons of that theater an extra good timeY some of the principals of "Something to Think About" are showing themselves in' persoft at the house. A Tonight is Monte Blue night, and Mr. Blue is announced to appear in the flesh at the hours of 7:0 and 9:30 o'clock this evening. His death in the film Is so Impressive and convincing that no doubt fans will be glad to dry their tears and cheer themselves up by a sight of him.
i Vita's Head Leaves. Promising his family to be back by Christmas time, cross his heart and hope to die, Albert E. Smith, president of Vitagraph, left Saturday for NewYork. Four Vitagraph companies are working in the east em studios, two of which ara to be brought West. While in New York Mr.
Smith will decide which two companies these shall be. It ts possible that Alice Joyce may como West. Mr. Smith expects to remain In New York only a week. There have been some interesting developments on the Vitagraph lot of late.
Larry Semon has returned ta work, ha and vitagrapn naving apparently patched up their difference He now has a stage all to himself. Mr. semon has engaged a new leading woman since Lucille Carlyle left. It seems Miss Carlyla felt that she wanted to enter dramatic work. The comedian's new leaaing woman is Maryon Aye, formerly of Sunshine Comedies, but who has Just completed playing the lead in four pictures with a local independent producing comedy conce.rn.
Miss Ave is a very peautirui voung who may be seen any day this week, by the way, at the Symphony, In the Sunshine comedy running Antonio Moreno, who has Just lately been made a star of Vitagraph flve-reelors. has returned from Arlsona, where he went to film scenes of his first feature The star cf "Black Beanty," Jean Paige, on the completion of the picture last week left for Illinois, where she is to visit her people over the holidays. Jean Bumar, a Vitagraph player of prominence, has come West. Sounds Reasonable. Though Wallace MacDonald and Doris May are not yet married, they eem to be giving the matter serious consideration, studying both sides of the case.
They went to see "Marry the Poor Girl," at the Little Theater last night, and the night before visited ''Why Marry?" at the Mo-rosco. fcdwards Flits. Kdwards, Kot tlirector, and Mrs. Edwards, are leaving today tor Tla Juana, where they will spend a few days vacation. Zasu Pitto hi.
Just as Zasu Pitta had signed a nica contract with a northern plo-tur company, she became ill, and la now in a local hoapltal Sclxnlck's New Star. The 8lamick Pletures Corpora tlon without a Follies girl am star would te like an oyster rocktnil without tabasco. Lef ts Selsnlok announces, therefore, that he has ensured Martha Mansfield, of tM ZU'gffld show, to succeed the late pltve The)ta. UM Xota timing the filming of "Ko Lous Lett'," hlih Is being shown at the Kinema this week, the dirt qiieailun name for among mem- MILLER'S THEATER, Main Near 9th' CONTINUOUS 12:30 TO II P.M. WHY MARRY?" 66 MATINEES, 10c TO BOe.
nir: "the gilded cage" Ft rat if ItfFky. mOk flJCKTA fWAN HON. Fllmtt Uitttrr Mwtn Bhia, Thrfp. at FROM "LA Main at 9th 2ND 13 IG WEEK MOVA Triumph PEACOCK Graia at GEORGE WALSH. C- I th Wm.
Fo Athletlo Star V' "FROM NOW ON" br FRANK V. PACKARD Author of 'THE MIRACLE MAN" A aaven rl underworld produ. tlon. A combination of Big star, Bl Author ntt Bl tlraotr, Th Sunahlna Comay, "Pratty Idy," a Mlarloua riot of mirth. Poncert Orcheatra, Cartoon, Nawa, Broadway at Filth Rousintt Romance Laid in iini i i m' -'i i IMtaaaaKAiiidl MAJESTIC HATiHEE TODAY 2:15 THEATER Prtcea tse and tlo.
Erea. till. Ka te t-1 If i Third- Big Wa.lt of Wllkea Stock Company In THE GREATEST COMEDY HIT OF THE TEAR fjfj BT BOOTH With EVELTN VARDEN and ifPfV Aljtt; J-JyV "IT JL mL ft PROGRAM I Or VARIOUS III If. TAOB i At 1 i 1 AND i Sjr BARREN HOVELTIES flINEMA THEATER (j 7 fH roc have FVT 1 1 1 mt WKEK OP SEASON'S a3 8LI-REMISL XI tnmmX EVENT 1- a iiiiiaiiiiT1iifi111vr EGAN LITTLE THEATER Mats. Wed ani Sat OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS rmcT Tinr mi amv ctat- riiui uivib ui i -viii i nvi OWEN DAVIS' NEW FARCE bers of the stellar cast.
Colleen Moore, who- scores a big hit as one of the principals in "Letty," asked Walter Hlers, the Is also one of the principals, hta Ideai, on the subject of dieting." "Don't believe In it," replied Hlers. "Ethically, morally and Physically it's wrong. Besidee, directors take my figure into consideration when they cast me for a picture. Anyhow, dietlng's all bosh." "I'm on a diet," the winsome Miss, Moore Informed him. "My doctor was very strict in giving me my or ders.
He insists that every day I eat candy, cream puns, all kinds of pastries, lots of sweet stuff." "Says," Hiers interrupted, "Where's that doctor's office?" Was Arbuckle to Wed? An eastern publication Is re sponsible for the story that when Roscoe Arbuckle went east it was to be married to Dorothy Wallace. However, it is understood that a quarrel occurred between the two, which -ended in Miss Wallace's breaking off the engagement, and giving Arbuckle back his big diamond engagement ring. And then Mr. Arbuckle decided to go to Europe to drown his sorrows, supposedly. But at last accounts he had about half given up the notion.
So we qulveringly await a fresh Ar buckle bulletin. Hearing for Singers. Singers who are ambitious to go on the light operatic have an opportunity to be heard Wednes day at 1 p.m. at the Mason, it is announced. Those who successfully demonstrate their ability may have the opportunity to Join such companies as "The Robin Hood," "Chocolate Soldier," "Mikado" and "Carmen," it said.
OIL REFINERY MUCH DAMAGED BY FLAMES'. TOWN OF AVHiA THREATENED SANTA MARIA THEATER BCRNS TO GROUND, rsTfOWSIVB DISPATCH. 1 SAK LUIS OBISPO, Nov. 30. Fire which damaged the Union Oil Company's refinery at Avlla to the extent of over 1 200,000, and for a time threatened the town of Avila.
-thirteen miles from here, broke out this morning at 6:80 o'clock. It is believed the fire originated In the Cot-trell plant and It spread rapidly to the boiler room arid the rest of the buildings. The boiler room, from which a fire extinguishing system is operated, was destroyed and the system rendered useless for a time. I Workmen from the plant and volunteer workers from Avila. laid a temporary pipe 300 yards from the producer's plant, and piped steam to the extinguishing system, so that it could be operated.
Two large tanks of high-grade distillate stood directly In the path of the flames and for a time it was feared these would explode. The explosion wauld probably have meant the destructipn of tho town of Avlla. However, the two tanks were drained in time. 4 William Groundwater, superintendent, said the Cottrell plant will not be rebuilt, but the company will carry on the process at Its newly built plant at Orcutt, which will open about the middle of December. At 6, o'clock this afternoon, the Grand Theater building at Santa Maria was totally destroyed by fire.
A matinee wasln progress and a film took fire. The loss was estimated, at 18000. Although many women and children were attending the matinee, the audience left in an orderly manner and no one was inlured. PREFERS DIRECT ACTION To Save Himself from Being Mur. dored, Man Tries Suicide, Believing he was about to he murdered by two Imaginary Bolshevists, Charles Erickson, 45 years of age, of 82 El Mollno street, yesterday attempted to commit suicide by lashing his throat and wrist, ire wan lateen to th Ilecetvtng pltal.i where it was slated he will recover, Kriflteori iatd he wu aprmt-hd hy the two riltiliviHta who lolil hl they wr giln lr mirk ll.
Into hh. T' save hlmMf he mil inplocl iilEli, he ilorinreii, He will be placed (he psvuho-Suthia ants at ta Cvunty lKiittl, 1 i I I i RADIOS. PARKER ADAPTS STORY, NOVELIST WORKING OX FIItST SCREEN FEATURE. By Edwin Scballert. Sir Gilbert Parker, the novelist, is being initiated into all the angles of scenario writing under the guidance of Mary O'Connor, at the Famous-Players Lasky For Sir Gilbert is now at work on his first adaptation for the screen, taken from his story, 'The Money Master;" This will shortly go into production under" the direction of George Meiford, a cast of prominent players appearing.
As soon as he has finished the tJaptation it is probable that Parker will write an original screen. Me! ford's next three pictures will be adaptations of novels, ftr he is to follow the "Money Master" With the filming of "You Can't Fool Your Wife" by Hector Turnbull and "The Great Impersonator" by E. Phillips Oppenheim Author to Form Company. Those writers are certainly branching out these days in their screen activities. It is now reported that W.
R. Lighton, who is doing the continuity for Irving Bacheller's "The Night in the Clearing" for the Dial Film Company, is planning the formation of his own producing company tJ make the "Blllle Fortune" series of stories in cinema form. Pantages Bill Hit. A real Frenchlneld arcrobatici offering, distinguished for its lightness and grace, is heading the New Pantagen bill this week. A great deal of comedy enlivens the difficult stunts performed by the members of the troupe programmed as Bob-ker's Six Harlequins.
It Is unusual for an acrobatic novelty to top the bill, but the act demonstrates Its right to the place. Lorens and Woods keep them laughing all the time with their Brazilian variety of fun-making. Aleko Panthea and Fresco do some thought transference stuff that arouses keen interest from the audl- 'numbers add color to the program, while Gaylord and Herron, and the Wintergarden Four capture much applause. H. B.
Warner is again a finely convincing star In a picture story of business and revenge, "Felix O'Day." It has been effectively film lied with Marguerite Snow, Lillian Rich, Ray Ripley and Karl Formers playing supporting roles. The "Lost City," the fourteenth episode, continues Its thrills. Frank Mayo Hcraes. Just what climate can do to multiply the fighting. Zero's troubles is shown in "Honor Bound," the feature at the Superba Theater.
This picture gets away from the conven- tlonal locale and presents its star, Frank Mayor, in a South. American setting, everything prim taken out of the primitive In the unleashing of plot romance, 'i One man makes a sacrifice of his (happiness out of friendship for an-1 other. The effect of half-savage surroundings gives an Interest to the character devejppment of "tho two. and the story reaches a forceful climax. Dagmar Oodowsky plays the role of a half-breed girl in her most capably exotic style, while Edward Coxen Is convincingly responsible for the necessary villainy, Nick De Buls, Irene Blackwell, Helen Lynch and Gordon Sackvllle are in the cast.
"A Fishy Story" Is quite a large jwhooper of a eomedy. Hoot Gibson double-roles it in a new two-real western. "Anntol" to Start. Actual begin nlng of the production of Cecil Vx Mllio's ploturlzatinn of Arthur Schnitzler's "Anatol." is now to start tomorrow at the Famous Flayers-Lasky. On the rail hoard of tho studio there appeared tyestprdny the message which will Wallace Held, Gloria Swannon Juliit Faye end the Jap valet together or the MrMt aoeiies.
Litter such players as Elliott Px. tr. VVutidn. Mawley, Agnes Ayres. Units Umilels, Theodore Roberts, Dorothy dimming nnd Thuodore Konloff will take iart in Uiin ul ui'tml Uiurnu iimnl of ti Int.
t. The i''farl for Ilia pliiliiru 1im Wn written hy Ji-ittilp Mm pheisuii, Avwy Ifupwmul, Itnuluh Man Din mill trrla, working in vol-taboratiua, Anottmr author may be 66 Harry WITH FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN AND BEVERLY BAYNE Phono for Reservations 60371 Jt.50 to 2.00. Poor Girl" Harry 'Rlchman A Jack Waldron la "VAR-I-ET-I-E-S OF 1-9-2-0" Norma Hark Sc. Warda Slatera a Co, MANN vkadick a LaDtra a Yar "Knol' Gab" FULIJ3R 1 Toplca of tho ttEIXAM O'DARE t'haelns tho Blu.a at t.
Uo to $1.60. l'lionma 10477, Main 17 1 gYMPMQNY Ercalway Between 6th ani rti 'r "'XV 1 tfPHEUM HTM AN two LORD A Tha Beat In Vandavllla. Ornhaum Ctrentt. OLENN JENKINS Working for a Hallroart LEON VARVARA Evolution of Pianlit' BOBBE NELSON Hia Girl Every Day at 2, lGe to 11. Evory Night 0LUNE'S SKUADWAX.
S28 South Eroadway "THE A PUNGENT OTHER NEWS ALICE NEW YORK IDEA" SATIRE ON MODERN MARRIED LIPl; ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE! EDNA MAT ENOS MOVIE CHATS. I. STMPHOrrT ORrnK5TR Orrtur. "Triumphant Maroh." I LATEST WORLD'S EVENTS t. 1IVTT AND JEFF CARTOON 4.
8UNKHINE fOMEDT "l'retljf Laily" 8. Slenor Cillupnl XTiLOI-HONE SOLOIST r.EORGR WALSH la "FHOM NOW ON" THEATER 3 A 1 I LaW jUiiFPODROME Main Street at Fourth Almost; (I NOW SHOWING i BESSIE BARRISCALE in "LIFE'S TWIST AND -r OURBANl TS-TEATER- JL ED ARMSTRONG'S; COMPANY OF" 7 IN PLEASE" ALHAMBRA THEATER iTiriT lPfc IT 1CU 10. 9-m 4i VAUDKVILLE. Main at 6th BABY DOLLS' 36 Hill St. Bet.
Tth 8th 99 Strange Land That Knew Neither God Nor Law I FRANK MAYO in "HONOR BOUND" 6ToRr 'Tat Old Faahlnnad Molhar of Ulna." -NOW PLAYING THIS WEEK ONLY i ALWAYS AUDACIOUS: 1 A Floturlaatlon of tha Bat. JEvo, Storr of Dual Ueintlty, Starring WALL ACE. RE I RALLY'S BROADWAY- I'. bank rtnKrt 833 S. Broadway Mte.tiMt PAr.
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