The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on November 14, 1914 · 27
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--- r 5 t t t 1 t I It : a r 4 e I n e (I II 1 R a NO i if r --:-: -- :::: ---:--::--- Sex Only Thing Which Saved CENES and Players in' Some of the Attractions Coming to Sacramento Next Week Including Fish and Adele Blood From Ridicule in Game Pictures at the Clurne Vaudeville Programs Clunie-Orpheum and Empress and "The Great Divide" Her"Milady'sBoudoir"Offeringi at the Grand Critics Characterize Her Acting as Being as Absurd a the Play Which Is Referred to as Being Silly and Shallow INa familiar one it is strik- tor existence tine a natural explain' ing in itself and once heard tion for what he or she does Their - - or aeen in type is not likely faults and mistakes are so entirely to be forgotten It had impressed it- human that we forgive them telt on New York by connection with Elsie Ferguson as Miriam some recent divorce litigation into The stage has given us many frail which was lugged also the name of daughters of Eve but few so en-the Governor of Mississippi tirely lovable as Elsie Ferguson It is possible that in some outlying makes this Miriam From the mosections Adele Blood has a vogue as ment she first appears called into an actress although she has never the bachelor apartment from the been widely know in New York In street a perfect reproduction of a that capacity Therefore when she type familiar to every one who appeared at the Garrick Theater in knows London life she holds us by an unheard-of play called "Milady's the truth and simplicity of her Boudoir" New York had a very vague speech and action to say nothing of ' idea of what was to be expected her own delightful personality from either star or drama The idea It is a role which to a less interns has now become definite but is far gent artist would hold out a con-from flattering either to Adele Blood stant temptation to over-act a temper "Milady's Boudoir" tation to which Elsie Ferguson never If the combination still exists it is yields for an instant even in scenes due to some ones financial obsti- where there is ample opportunity for limey and not to any mad desire of the emotional display so dear to the the public to see it hearts of most actresses Would Not Ridicule Woman Charles' Cherry Good New York with all its faults has The womanliness of this little too much decency to make a butt of a street arab is well countered by the woman on the stage as it did in times manliness of Charles Cherry who has gone by of men like George the the opposite part Played by an Count Joannes and James Owen actor with less physique poise an O'Connor who had to play behind a sincerity of speech Geoffry might net to protect them from the missiles have at moments almost invited con-of their Cudiencea Her sex saved tempt The author has made the Adele Blood from this kind of sip character a very real combination of nreciation and also from open ridi- male strength and weakness in cule which a less dignified artist might Her Play Purporting to deal with have let the latter quality prevail to stage conditions in New York pie- the destruction of all sympathy Fortures its heroine as a great artist tunately for the play Cherry is ex-the object of the sinister attentions actly the man for the part and vies of a New Tork millionaire who goes With Elsie Ferguson in making the so far as to build a theater for her story ring true in which he has had constructed a "Outcast" is not likely to please sseret elevator by which he could be those who insist that we shall not landed through a secret door with- give place in our literature or on the out her knowledge or consent in the stage to certain phases of human magnificent boudoir directly con- life But to those who do not believe neeted with her dressing room that by closing our eyes to facts and Saved by Critics faults we wipe them out of exist She was saved from him by the ence "Outcast" as a play and in its dramatic critics who made her an Present interpretation will be found artistic success on her Own merits a very fine and a very appealing thus enabling her to snap her fin- artistic accomplishment gess at her persecutor and get along Review New York Theaters without him wealth and his persecu- Astor—"The Miracle Man" The tions comedy of faith which the serious- The acting of Adele Blood was as minded believers who make up the absurd as her pkty her qualifications i bulk of the audiences insist on re--consisting largely of a remarkable garding as a serious drama Well quantity of most remarkable blonde acted and for the most part interest-hair and her supreme confidence in ing a - vocal delivery and ' personal bear- Belasco—"The Phantom Rival" by ing that might pass for acting in Ferenc Molnar Dream play of Aussome remote place where acting was trian origin adapted to present-day a totally unknown art The only ea- life in America Tells an interest-case for noting this effort Is as an lag story and is very well staged example of the cussedness of fate Candler—"On Trial" Drama of Which provides the financing of such murder well played and redeemed ridiculous attempts when possible from the commonplace -by the au-artists and writers waste their lives thor's very original method of unin trying to secure a hearing folding his plot - Entirely Worth While Century Opera House—"Aida" and In "Outcast" Henry tabert Davies "Les Coutes de Hoffmann" at alter-has written the best play of his ea- nate performances reer and as Its heroine Elsie Fergu- Cohan's—It Pays to Advertise" son reaches artistic bights she could The matter-of-fact topic of advernot ever have dreamed of when she tieing cleverly utilized to make one of started professional life as one of of the roost laughable plays of the the "merry merry" at the Casino season Well cast and well staged The play deals very frankly with Cort—"Under Cover" A rather conditions of life that In this country savage drive at the methods of the are not as openly recognized as even United States Custom House in the In England which is almost as Purl-I form of a well-produced melodrama tanical and hypocritical as we are in 1 with its action mostly among per-certain matters sons of social position The hero has Just been Jilted by I lEltinge—"Innocent" An Interest- the woman he loves who prefers to "" study In feminine decadence as marry for money and a title Just I shown in the downward career of a as he starts in to find forgetfulness young woman of innate wrong tend-in drugs and drink a little daughter encies Interesting but not for of the -midnight is by chance wafted young rersone from the sidewalks to his bachelor Empire—Revival of "Diplomacy" apartment A changed but not improved version -0 Mutual Aid Given of the famous Sardou play done pretentiously but with an unfortu comrades and while she saves him - Their common misery makes them nate lack of finish and distinction a---- Forty-eighth Street—"The Law of By JAMES S METCALFE - Dramatic Editor Life Bees Specie! C pendent EW YORK November 14— first and held to the end Every The name of Adele B'ood is person in the play has good reason a familiar one It is strik- for existence and a natural explana ing in itself and once heard tion for what he or she does Their 1 or seen in type is not likely faults and mistakes are so entirely 'orgetten It had impressed it human that we forgive them New York by connection with Elsie Ferguson as Miriam recent divorce litigation into The stage has given us many frail was lugged also the name of daughters of Eve but few so enivernor of Mississippi tirely lovable as Elsie Ferguson possible that in some outlying makes this Miriam From the mots Adele Blood has a vogue as meat she first appears called into :ress although she has never the bachelor apartment from the videly know in New York In street a perfect reproduction of a I opacity Therefore when she type familiar to every one who ed at the Garrick Theater in knows London life she holds us by Seardof play called "Milady's the truth and simplicity of her r" New York had n very vague speech and action to say nothing of f what was to be expected her own delightful personality ither star or drama The Idea It is a role which to a less intern w become definite but is far gent artist would hold out a con lettering either to Adele Blood stoat temptation to overact a temp-lady 's Boudoir" tation to which Elsie Ferguson never ie combination still exists It is yields for an instant even in scenes some one's financial obsti where there is ample opportunity for ind not to any mad desire of the emotional display so dear to the blic to see It hearts of most actresses mild Not Ridicule Woman Charles' Cherry Good York with all its faults has The womanliness of this little !eh decency to make a butt of a street arab is well countered by the on the stage as it did in times manliness of Charles Cherry who has by of men like George the the opposite part Played by an Joannes and James Owen actor with less physique poise anti !or who had to play behind a sincerity of speech Geoffry might protect them from the missfles I have at moments almost invited con- I ir sudiences Her sex saved tempt The author has made the Blood from this kind of sip character a very real combination of ion and also from open ridi- male strength and weakness in I which a less dignified artist might Play Purporting to deal with have let the latter quality prevail to conditions In New York plc the destruction of all sympathy 'Posits heroine as a great artist tunately for the play Cherry is exdect of the sinister attentions actly the man for the part and vies OW York millionaire who goes with Elsie Ferguson in making the as to build a theater for her story ring true ich he has had constructed a "Outcast" is not likely to please elevator by which he could be those who insist that we shall not through a secret door with give place in our literature or on the r knowledge or consent in the stage to certain phases of human ricent boudoir directly con life But to those who do not believe with her dressing room that by closing our eyes to facts and Saved by Critics faults we wipe them out of exist was saved from him by the ence "Outcast" as a play and In Its tic critics who made her an Present interpretation will be found o success on her own merits a very fine and a very appealing !nabling her to snap her fin- artistic accomplishment t her Persecutor end at alnrat Review New York Theaters encien 111e1 caul's uul lig Sul in drugs and drink a little daughter young persons of the midnight is by chance wafted Empire—Revival of "Diplomacy" from the sidewalks to his bachelor A changed but not improved version apartment of the famous Sardou play done Mutual Aid Given pretentiously but with an unfortu1 Their common misery makes them nate lack of finish and distinction comrades and while she saves him Forty-eighth Street—"The Law of from one kind of degradation he lifts I the Land" A drama of a murder her from another Then the other 1 1 mystery in high life and police woman tired of her bargain tries to 1 methods of handling such a situacome back Into his life This the tion Clever and well acted former outcast now his equal in all Fulton—"Twin Beds" by Margaret the externals resents and he tries Mayo A farcical demonstration of to break with her in a perfectly man- the wisdom of making sure that you nigh If not manly way get into your own apartment In-She Is a fatalist and after the stead of some one's else when you first struggle is ready to accept her I come home at night Funny destiny but in doing so rouses the Galety—"Daddy Long-Legs" by man and his former love who was Jean Webster Sentimental and di-about to give herself to him to a verting little drama along the lines knowledge of the futility of what of the Cinderella classic Entirely they were contemplating The out- wholesome Come is a restoration of conditions Globe—Messrs Montgomery and as they were and the reclaimed out- stone in "Chin-Chin" Very elabcast still remaining with the man orate and most amusing musical ex-she loved having refused to marry travaganza based On the Aladdin him On her own statement that story Th comic stars at their best "marriage is Only for good women— and well supported It is their reward" uceLiny Lout n cluing ze rouges tne Galety—"Daddy Long-Legs" by man and his former love who was Jean Webster Sentimental and di-about to give herself to him to a verting little drama along the lines knowledge of the futility of what of the Cinderella classic Entirely they were contemplating The out- wholesome Come is a restoration of conditions Globe—Messrs Montgomery and as they were and the reclaimed out- Stone in "Chin-Chin" Very dab-cast still remaining with the man orate and most amusing musical alright loved having refused to marry travaganza based On the Aladdin him On her own statement that story Th comic stars at their best "marriage is Only for good women— and well supported It is their reward" Hippodrome—"The Wars of the - Plot Dramatic World" Typical Hippodrome show The plot thus outlined seems very dealing in spectacular fashion with little dramatic and very little cred- war in tts picturesque and less °bible From it Davies with most un- I jectionable aspects usual skill as a dramatist has con- Knickerbocker—"The Girl From structed a play which is so logical lUtah" American principals in a and so keenly true to the intensely i London musical show of the CUR-human nature of his characters that 1 tomary type Slender but agreeable every step in its progression is amusement smoothly taken and raises no ques- Little—"A Pair of Silk Stockings" tion or opposition in the mind of the I Very English and fairly diverting Spectator farcical comedy pleasantly acted by The sympathy is enlisted from the London company Auda Due in Tacoma I Broderick O'Farrell a Portlander has been selected as leading' man for the new stock company which is to succeed vaudeville at the Empress Theater Tacoma Marcum Loew has abandoned Tacoma and C L Richards gathered a stock organization Playing opposite O'Farrell in the leads will be Florence Bell Jane O'Roarke will play seconds and Auda Due until recently at the Grand here is engaged for ingenues Ethel 'rocker is to take rare of characters William Brewer will play characters and heavy and Denton Vale in the Juvenile "Nobody's Widow" halt been selected for the opening bill to-morrow 1 Kellerman in Show 1 Immediately atter the marriage nt Ituth St Denis classical dancer and IZta nano Annette Kellerman has placed herself under contract with Lew Win well to go out In a musical revue with the Kellerman diving act featured It is said Miss KelifirIMITI8 contract reads for Irer to receive $1000 weekly guaranteed and 25 per cent of the net profits - I Dramatizing Shakespeare Shakespeare himself has been dramatized in a piece ahortly to be produced by Oliver Morose° and called "Master Willie Hughes" Edgar Allan Woolf of New York la one of the authors It will be first seen in Los Angeles within six weeks If it passes it will receive an elaborate production for Broadway Shakespeare appears in the play as a friend to Master Willie Hughea who is a woman disguised — I Ruth St Denis' Claim i Edwin Shawn of Kansas City a member of her company was made known a Cincinnati newspaper printed a story inviting Adonises to have their pletures reproduced in the sheet and disprove the claim of Mies St Denis titat her hubby is the most beautiful man in the world" Thus far no photographs have been received eaLtrvanki'lcil-Zeal'tv 9-- Clunie-Orpheum — Vaudeville Program -- Joseph Jefferson son of ioe-Jefier- son famous as the original stage Rib Van Winkle is to be the headline attraction at the Clunie-Orpheum on the bill commencing to-morrow matinee and running three days matinees and nights He will be seen in a sketch by William C De Mille entitled "Poor Old Jim" which is described as a farce with a laugh in every sentence Blanche Bender is a member of the company in suppoit of Jefferson Theoodre Bendix and his symphony players are billed for a concert hit which is termed one of the best musical acts on the circuit Bendix has gained rank as a musician In his company are such artists as Leo Sachs the cello soloist from the Royal Munich orchestra and Frederick Handte who was violin soloist with Victor Herbert's orchestra last Winter As a singer of songs and a ball room dance demonstrator Elphyo Snowden is said to be clever graceful and attractive She enhances her act by the wearing of beautiful costumes and is assisted by Walter Ross in the dance numbers Using an ordinary deck of playing cards Claude Golden accomplishes many mystifying tricks He also is a clever comedian and endeavors to urnish a bit of fun along with the more serious part of his entertain-Corbett Shephard and Donovan are a trio of singers who are said to have won considerable favor along the route of the Beck vaudeville shows So far They mix their melody with comedy and according to the press notices commenting on their work they have made a hit all along tha line An oddly assorted pair of vocal and Instrumental musicians are Big Tom McGuire and wee Freddie Lynch Their act is billed as one of the best of the feature musical acts on the circuit Frances De Grossart is pretty petite and brunette She promises attractive costumes and a melange of modern ragtime and operatic and old-time ballad airs Two good comedy reels and a one-dial program of musio complete the bill "The Great Divide The offering at the Grand commencing Monday night and running for a week with matinees Wednesday Saturday and Sunday Is "The Great Divide" It is said to be a play full of great dramatic situations and Intense heart interest relieved by plenty of wholesome comedy It will be the first play in which Viola Leach the new leading woman at the Grand will appear She will be supported by all members of the company and the Play g ives oppor- tunities for roles in which they will be seen to advantage Included in the cast will be Paul Harvey Huron Blyden George Howard Raymond Whittaker Jimmy Norton Marshall Zeno Merle Stanton Betty Johnson and Marie Connolly It is a story of the West—that la With much of the Western breedinems—for three-fourths of the action takes place In a Colorado mining camp It is a tale of rough lawless-was of brute passiofl !! and primitive love which at length has a happy ending The locale of the play gives opportunity for scenie display especially the depiction of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado and its environments The management promises the production will be up to the mtandard of the house in this regard and the seta have been prepared by Carl Renya the scenic artist at the Grand 4 Her Harry's Best 1 Gaby Des lys has tried out three dancers since her disagreement with Harry nicer and has arrived at the decision that Her Harry is the best dancer Accordingly she has offered to ralae his salary sloe (an increafe of 850 Over her last offer of compromise) The reconciliation on this basis is by no mAinf complete Harry is still nursing a fit of pique rhiethr because Basil Hallam has what he considers a more important part in the sketch than he has He want 1150 more salary too Grand FIM r‘z 6---- piett ineet Loew-Eir 111011" and deri ince Grand—' Hari and day -- 1 Lou 11I THE SACRAMENTO BEE: SATURDAYNOVEMBER it 1914 Attractions for Next Wee' --- Loew-Em press Vaudeville Pi ogram 1 What is said to be one of the most interesting animal acts In vaudeville Is a feature on the Empress bill next 'week Professor Wormwood well i known as an animal trainer and his !educated dogs and comedy monkeys Is billed to appear at that playhouse being his first appearance in the West for a number of years He is said to have the largest collection of does and monkeys ever shown on the stage The troupe is headed by what is known as the pink mathsmatical dog alleged to be the most remarkable educated dog to the world The Irish lyrical star Eugene Emmett will make his first appearance in the Wept for eighteen years next week in The Sunbeam" Emmett is described not Only as an actor of ability but as a singer with unusual- iv sweet-toned voice His playlet is said to be a pretty little Irish Piece with a charming love story running through it through it Bogart A nd Nelson at the Empressl next week are artists in depicting ! colored comedy types according to the press agent They have been In that field of entertainment for years and are said to he in the first rank of such fonmakers 1 The Hippodrome Four with a reputation as favorite singers at Rector's! In New York are billed to present at comedy song skit entitled "Dinkei-1 motel's Night School" The members at this quartet are Maid to have re-I ceived tempting offers for musical I comedy before opening the vaudeville' season but refueed George and Lily Garden reputed to be accomp1ishe4 xylephoniste promise to give a repertoire of modern: airs Intermingled with some of thel nonular old-time pelentions Stanton and Stanton who made al hit on this circuit last year are On the bill again next week and eisim to have a new line of patter and new songs They are singing comedians Comedy and melodramatic pictures and a good musical program complete the bill Orpheum Planning to Invade South The long-talked-of invasion of the South by the Orpheum circuit seems to be undor way C E Bray has gone to Texas to look OVer the field there in the Interests of the Orpheum and to open the new theater which Martin Reck has built at Memphte Tenn 'Heretofore the Orpheum Cireult has left Texas to the Interstate PeO Pie who honk through -the 1Vestern Vaudeville Managers' Association an Orpheum affiliation in Chicago The firpheuni Wes made several previous efforts to locate in the vouth but lack of suitable sites de layed It kS oN— t oL' LEAcii t‘GA2 --10r j‘t6 Clunie----Salisbury's Fish and Game Motion Pictures Begin Wednesday for four days' run afternoons and evenings Clunie-Orpheum—Joseph Jefferson and Blanche Bender in "Poor Old Jim" farce-comedy offering Theodore Bendix and his symphony players Elphye Snowden in songs and dances four other vaudeville acts and motion pictures Begins to-morrow matinee for three days matinees and nights Loew-Empress—Prof Wormwood and his educated dogs and monkeys Eugene Emmett Irish lyrical star Bogart and Nelson blaekface comedy artists three other vaudeville acts and motion pictures Begins to-morrow matinee for week matinees and nights Grand—"The Great Divide" Western melodrama by Paul Harvey and the Grand Players Begins Monday night and runs for a week with matinees Wednesday Saturday and Sunday 1 L IMarinelli to Book Marinelli to Book 1 Los Angeles Hip for Charles Brown Charlet Brown the owner and proprietor of the Hippodrome Los An geles is in New York and signed a booking agreement with IL B Marinelli by which the international agent will have the exclusive booking of his house and the other Hippodrome which Brown controls on the Pacific Coast 1 Brown and his family are big stockholders in the Orpheum Circuit but Morris Meyerfeld Jr and Martin Beek do not look with favor on the Los Angeles Hippodrome which IN doing a fine business with vaude Villa and pictures and cutting into Orpheum trade Messrs Meyerfeld and Beck are building a Hippodrome in San Fran disco at the corner of Mason and Eddy Streets which will seat 4500 and it is to play vaudeville and pictures at ten cents highest price of admission The Alco this week invaded Canada It has now 17 exchanges on thia side of the Dominion line all opened since August A C Lanagan I s now in Canada contracting for the Alco service Coast Cues 1 George Franz formerly musical director at the local Empress now Is director of the orchestra In Bergers t'aharet In San Francisco Lenore Ulrieh featured in "A Bird of Paradise" at the Mints this aftPrIMOn and to-night will be starred in a new play next season Virginia Brinsac and Johnny Wray have closed in stock at the GAN rick Theater Stockton Their company wan disbanded In San Francisco Wentern State)) Vaudeville in now playing the Garridic - Claire Sinclair) recently at the Savoy San Francisco and John Livingintonc who has just closed with the Alcazar Company have joined a stock company to play the Seattle Theater at Seattle Bert Chapman formerly with the Redmond Stock Company bete and later playing dramatic tabloid at ths Bert Levy Empress an Francisco has gone to Tacoma to play stock in the Empress there The company opens in Tacoma totnorrow - Priscilla Knowles ix soon to Appear in vaudeville In a sketch by Marlon short called "Easy Money" with Louis Leon Hall as leading man Mies K nOWIPP IP an Oa-Lyric 'dock actress in Portland and tail was co-leatlinic man with Edward Woodruff at the linker Portland last season i)nrohy Shoelliakur is Mrs Louis Leon thtlL Stage Props 6(16 E-Nr dpuvraTroke tv EA4 4 -0 Elmer Harris le working on a play to be named "Satan" Helen Lowell haa a new play lit WIrard Mack Martha Hedman is John Drew's leading woman this season Julius Steger is to have a one-ant play called The Warning" - The new play in which Nazimova is to appear is called "That Bort" Lew Fields is to make a production called "Blood Will Tell" James IC Hackett denies the report that he 41 negotiating tor a theater in New York City William Collier is to appear about Thanksgiving In a new play by George M Cohan Lowell Sherman has been engaged as leading man with a atovic coinPanY In New York City Agnes Miller the daughter of enry Miller is In the company presenting "Peg o' My Heart" Gertrude Coghlan halt a vaudeville paylet by 'William Hodge celled "A hesson in Bridge" The play which Grant Stewart anti Robert Baker have written for May Irwin le called "The Crimeon Rambler" A dramatization of Rlder Haggard's "Child of Storm" called "Ma meant by Oscar Ashe will he pro-dad in London May HlaYney who made a success as the Hen Pheasant In "Chitntei clef" has come from London to till! country fair a special engagement The cast of "Watch Your Step" will include Mr and Mrs Vernon Castle hllizaheth Murray Charles King And Frank 'Finney GeorKe C Hazleton author of "Mistress Nell" has collaborated with Gilbert White on a play called "Career" Which is to be produced this season "Forget-Me-Not" In which Genevieve Ward made a success years ago has recently been revived in London and the venerable getress Is sometimee seen on first-night °eve-Mons - Laurence IYOrsay has a new farce called "The Rented Earl" by Salisbury Field author of tbe story which I furnished the dramatization of 1"Twin Beds" -- 1 "A Pair of Silk Stockings" by 1Cyril Harcourt light comedy with Ion English company was given at the Little Theater in New York The piece is said to be wittily writtm and shows good character drawing Lillian Smalley prima donna with the Liberty Girls is making her first appeapane In burlesom- eoming from Henry W Savage 'a attractions Mary Shaw one of the best known woman stars In America but who has not appeared in Now York sines Arnold Daly anti "Mrs Warren'a Profession" hes been engaged for "Polygamy" the new play on the marriage question in America by Harvey O'Higgins end Harriet Ford "The Crinoline Girl" in which Julian Elting° Is appearing this season I s a melodramatic farce corned with songs The book IM by Otto Hauer-hitch author of "Madame Sherry" "The raseinationg Widow" etc Eitinge wrote the lyrics and Pere Wenrich composed the mUsic Professor Horatio Psrker of Yale composer and Brian Hooker lihret tist won the 810000 prise offered br the National Confederation of Must cal Clubs for the best grand opera written in English The opera Is called "Fairyland" The Fame au thors won another prise of the PIM amount three years ago for their opera "Mona" Miring the past week in New Tors Billie Burke signed her first cleat real contract with Charles Fr--man it covers a period of five Yed4 In the past Miss Burke transacted her business verbally with Frohman no papers being signed It is reported Frohman will give Wee Burke a chance at Rosalind before the Winter is over The moving picture operators of Rochester New York have submitted a grievance to he arbitrated in eonformity with their pledge to submit to mediation before declaring a strike They demand an increase of pay to $20 per week in downtown theaters where there are two operators and $17 a week uptown where only one is employed Thia is an increase of $2 a week - 'A Louise Lester Is Well-Known as Writer of Photoplays Which She Also Stages and Helps Enact IIE is the creator of "Calamity Anne" Miss Lester's place as both dramatist and actress was firmly fixed by her work In this series from her pen and the American films For "Calamity Anne" la a distinct— and a distinctly lovable—type Now she Is known all over this country and Europe and even from the faroff sheep ranches Of Australia come letters telling of "Calamity Anne's" aP' real But Miss Lester is far from being a One type woman either as writer or player If phe has a miticCe name it must be Veri-atility or t'llurtn Maybe : it is both Certainly sue has count It Its hosts of friends And she earned every one of them in honest hearty ' fashion She does these three things well: She is a Western woman a society : woman and a "grandmother" to VI-I vian Rich another American-Mutual star And she glide!' gracefully and easily from one role to another and bids fair to become the best character woman In filmiand —41 Herbert Bosworth Has Written and Enacted I Play for T & D The Puroult of Phantom" In 'to he the big feature at the T and D1 Theater commencing to-morrow matinee and running for three days in-eluding Tuesday night It was written by lierbert Bosworth who was starred as the feature in the London series of story visualizations and he enacted the part of the hero It is described as a story of unusual dramatic strength and appeal i and revolves around the different methods taken by two men to secure happiness The theme furnishes exceptional opportunities for contrasts and suspense and these Bosworth and his company are said to have fully availed themselves of on the same progragi will be a new first-run lioystoneScomedy and a change in the Puthe series of war l and illustrated ncws pictures It Is one of the biggest and most enter- I tattling programs which has been arranged for that playhouse accord-! big to the management "Salomg lane" to Be at Sequoia Theater 1 i To-night is the last exhibition of "The Ragged Earl" starring Andrew Mack the noted Irish singing corned tan at the Sequoia It is a high class production in six film acts For four days next week commencing Wednesday and running to and including Saturday night the feature at this playhouse will be "Sulomy Jane" visualized from Paul Armstrong's stage adaptation of Bret Harte's famous story The pictures were staged In California by a company headed by Reatriz Michelena well known as a singer and aetress and a native of this State This pictured story was nearly two years In the making and is considered to be one of the notable productions of the day Educated Ape Is I Now in Movies1 PA SA DENA November 14—The dissipations of General Charles Fuller E W Knowlton's educated chintpanzee have made him an outcant from Pasadena No longer will he be maintained In idle luxury at Knowlton' e home 395 South Grand Avenue Henceforth he will work for a living The general ham gone into the "inovIce" Puttee" love for cigarets and cigars caused his downfall lie acquired the emoking habit and was eo persistent In following out the habit that his own cage and adjoining buildings were daily endangered from fire The ape after finishing his smoke always neglected to extinguish the fire liA would throw the burning clears into the sawdust on the bottom of his cage or some of her equally dangerous Place Lighted matches were handled in the same careless fashion Of course one way to get around the danger would have been to keep cigarets and eigars from the general but this was not so easy es it Hoends ills love for the weed beearne the talk of the neighborhood Everybody liked to see him smoke Delivery boye children and even men and women were always passing him a smoke just for the fun of seeing him enjoy the pastime Servants wouM surreptiously tulip him the "makings" The situatien finally got upon Knowlton's nerves to the extent that he deelded General Fuller must go J S Edwards partner in the E & R Jungle Film Company located at 1720 North Soto Street near Eastlake Park is an old friend of Knowlton Fuller is one of the most intelligent apes In the country and the fact that he Is gentle and easily handled makes him well adapted to the moving picture business The film comPane agreed to give him a good home but he will have to work for a living However It the kind of work the general enjoys and will be no hardship sueh good results are being obtained with 'Fuller that Edwards has prevailed upon Knowlton to lend the remainder of his monkey collection for a similar purpose -4 Favorite Players Carlyle Blackwell le at the head of the Favorite Players Company It has acquired the stage at the Norbig studio in Glendale California There is another company organizing to handle stage cometles The Favorite Players Company has l—td Jacques Futrelle's (the young novelist who went down with the Titanic) story of "The High Hand" adapted to produce shortly Another on the stocks for early release is Richard Harding MIMI "Unfinished Story" At considerable expense the company is erecting a Zulu village It will consist of fifty bamboo and tule huts There will be elenhatta snakes camels oxen and other animals in the make up besides 500 negroes N 1 LOU I 5E LE 5T ER E At1ICAN-- MUTUAL VAIL) Salisbury Fish and Game Films at Clunie ! The Salisbury Fish and Game 'Moving Pictures are to be shown at the Clunie for four days commencing next Wednesday afternoon and evenings During the exhibition of the pictures Dr Bryant of the Univercity of California will tell the story of them Salisbury has obtained 7000 feat of film telling a story of hunting and fish and game observing in the mountains forests and along the streams of California He traveled for seven years with his moving-plcture camera through the wild sections of the West principally of this State before he complete1 the series which he I howl! here Included in the scenes depicted by the screens are events of the most thrilling kind according to the press agent An Indian is seen pulling a wild mountain lion by the tail from a tree Another lassoes a wild cat and takes it to camp alive A spectacular hunt of geese is shown on the California marshes where over too geese were killed t:ring the morning flight Methods pursued at the State Fisk Hatchery are shown and the life of a trout from the egg to maturity dePirted Trout fishing in some of the beautiful streanis of the State la presented In these motion pictures Even the Honey Got Wild I More than 600 pounds of wild honey Were taken from a big tree by Donald Crisp and his Majestie-Mutual I ompany In staging "The Great God ! Pear" in the Big Bear Valley in the !San Bernardino mountain& In one of the scenes Crisp and several memhers of hie company felled a big !mountain tree After the tree came crashing to the ground the honey was found in the trunk Crisp and his company enjoyed a repast of wild honey for almost a week at their Imountain camp The tree was sever' al hundred years old ' I Outdoor California - The studio and laboratories of the California Motion Picture Corpora- Ron are on the outskirts of San Rafael in Marin County It is reached by boat to Sausalito across San Francisco harbor and thence by rail along the shores of the bay Mount Tanialpais famous for the Panorama spread before mountain climbers from the summit is in the near distance Muir Woods the "Switzerland of America" the Rue-stalk River the world-famous redwood groves the Asti vineyards with ! 500000-gallon wine tanks the Golden Gate itself the rugged shore I line down to Monterey Pacific Grove erd and Monterey Bay offers every Po'frillo opportunity to the proilueert "Salomy Jane" The spirit tf old California was presented by the actors and the background was California Itself - Secures New Service Manager Morris of the Sequoia Theater has secured a new service It is called the Alco Films and is the output of a California company Among the new productions which will be released to him in the near future are "Salomy Jane" "Rip Van Winkle" "Shore Acres" "Michael Strogoff" "The World" "Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch" "Springtime" and a number of others of kindred well known tage adaptations 1 Nesbit Feature Drawing ! The beat drawing card among the special featnre releases of late la maid to be "The Threads of Pectins" that has Evelyn Nesbit as the central figure It is reported rented for $50 daily Evelyn Nesbit has appeared in person In several theaters where the feature la playing It la said that her price for doing this la $50 per visit Thought Irene Hunt Was Trying Suicide A life gnard itt Playa del Rey near Venice Cal spoiled a scene in the newspaper drama The Floating Call" featuring attractive Irene Hunt In the role of the sob sister Miss Hunt jumped Into the lagoon from the bridge Director Fred A Kelsey with his camera man and ether members of the company stood on the lagoon hank 'Miss Hunt although an expert swimmer at Kel seY's direction began going through all the evolutions of a drowning per son A life guard was patrolling the besch about a block away He saw Miss Hunt plunge into the water and immediately started for her at full speed The ite guard cleared the ' bridge rail cove head first into the water seized Miss Hunt and started to awlm eahore with her He then observed the directOr and camera man and apoleglzed for spoiling the event The lire guard said he thought Miss Hunt NVPS trir11( to omtnit suicide The soeee was re taken with the lire guard an irate- estcd onlooker 1 0 II itnrkii7latimnsannlinigiesositadIle:rriinift et s:aCalamity fAlr from nmb eirit Apha:nsdnn iecsaotentdun :attthpF Dramtic Editor LifeDee pecie! C p e 1 1 etno 4 " ' ': ' I — -A A rt ItnhaessrseaLetorm:rfFpalalacme latys ramatist and actress was 1 Critics Characterize Her Acting as toeing as Absurd as —""el-17t '''''7":2' '''17 '117711"""7""""""Narl""1"1a"217 7""'n:: ' ('1"te7 t' e'l 44' 't :' '4 c' ' -7-' :r - A-'' 11 p -'!4 ' it fixed by her work in e:N: the Play Which Is Referred to as Being ' 1 i r re' I - - - - - :::A- :::: ": t: 4 tusAlti il etlhanelniroat useadeistnyheoilieriraitiatiolsre5hinctbAtnmIEoplad1° - ) y:::::: ':' '!44'!"17s ''' ! '1 11) ' Silly and Shallow 14) ' 4i'f-e(' ii 1A::": ::::0-: istinctly lovable---type Now '' ' l'''''i'''A"C''''' --------- e's'''''' l' 4 4 w 1 v- :::: ' ''''' 4 By JAMES S METCALFE 4-4 t r )441 1 a s Sendent- C 'Z'llc? : i i 1 and and even from the rarer ' EW YORK November IL— first and held to the end Every "ffst"74 Aliiet:a pit on 41) ' Is" 4'" I Europe r--444:1 ' '' - 1 41: 4 : ft: 4 z'I 4 :it : ' " '''i4 1 sheep ranches of Australia come let 4 i Lester is far front being al The name of Adele Blood is person in the play has good reason ef'' 4 l''-4 " -lll:'::14 :l 4 (—i -- r: n1:t : :-!- ::::-:::::: y : 0 ro:aelatrintiantier as writer or to he forgotten It had impressed it human that I a familiar one It is strik- for existence and a natural explana- ing in itself and once heard tion for what he or she does Their f N : : : : : - 4 4 '''''''''': 'f' w- N-- l4 — 1 i!lltC 'N sa'i' ' ' --: t''''t ': I '"ll:- -'1i : If she has a midd!e name it or mCien sir tant NIlati3nbte1 1 - or seen in type Is not likely faults and mistiikes are so entirely 4114 : ' ' : - :: 11 1 0 a : 41 : - t ' - We forgive them 1i: -lletw ' l: 3 -: : ' : : r17 04 ft- p New York by connection with Elsie Ferguson se Miriam t:H:::: It:': ' 141':111 C ::':' 4 1 some recent divorce litigation into The stage has given us many frail t 1' '''' 1 ' 0iik : ) '"St heeth‘:: o- 4 - which was lugged also the name of daughters of Eve but few so en- --- :a She does thesgeratnhdrenelottihlettr7 v:0 osN V'1 4 4 : - ''V Itaoaf li ss hosts of friends And she earned I lk' Di the Governor of Mississippi tirely lovable as Elsie Ferguson i: $ ' e-' C 1 tP"Iird° -'-'i 1 every one of them in honest hearty : It is p - 00 f ' possible that in some outlying makes this Miriam From the mo- i i - : 't t 4'' 4 7 3 i ' '- Sections Adele Blood has a vogue as ment she first appears called into 0? r-1 it 4 ty L' ' - vian Rich another American -Mutual ArIERICAI idea of what was to be expected her own dN1 -ism uTtnuAd very vague speech and action to say nothing of tisTAize from either star or drama The idea It is a role which to a less inte ) appeared at the Garrick Theater in knows London life she holds us b ' an actress although she has never the bachelor apartment from the i she la a Western WORIlin a society been widely know in New York In street a perfect reproduction of a 1 I Nr LOUISE LESTER Game Films Fmshaa c un ! that capacity Therefore when she tyPe familiar to every one who : '§!:' ::': 4' : AI4T: ::: -r : : 4 l st:wve111:- v y ' ''4ic?'es:o:t:i::':::-:::::: t::-' :4 : ' ':!1 ''''t': i 4-4 :: 0: iF:i!f'-:'E:" 4 4-::::::::Jt g 7 Mn unheard-of play called "Milady' 8 the truth and simplicity of her A$ : '''4-44'"lXllPPt'r 4 A Salisbury easily from one role to another and g:'11::g-:: : ::' - ' " ' - 0 ' I star And she lides gracefully and 42 I Boudoir" New York had la it:: -:: ::: 4' i k''' Lf::: — — l I ' delightful personality — bids fair to become the best character od woman i n filmland intent- e:k 4 :''''f 4 n-- --- -- ---------------------- :llt t dttGE-Nr dfrUblrer r ra et now become definite but is far gent artist would hold out a con- !': e ld nation t-ct emp- N Kr 1 ' !::' " i ' 40n2rXAMM4044 '''' -'- ) " 7 -10-:- utv iS re4 r-7" -"I ress ---1110 The Salisbury Fish and Game from fattering either to Adele Bloo stat tempt Wet- - I Herbert Bosworth Has 1 ing Pictures are to be shown at the intinn tn irilleh RIEtio o overa Ferguson a t never ":'2'"':'"6:: 1 P u stei4P° - ' C144 — ClUnift for foor dq0U On1111ridWhOOIMM 1 x Ac III H Critic k Xr St UAL VAR) and Clunie ! met Game llov shown at the commencing i- noon and even- ithition of the Dt the Univer- i tell the story Pd 7000 feat of )f hunting and ving in the d along the He traveled its moving-plc- the wild sec- ncipally of this tete(' the series 'Cs depicted by N is of the most rig to the press seen pulling the tail from oes a wild cat alive A specs is ihown on C where over d Viring the the State Irish and the life of to maturity de-In some of the he State le Pre-at pictures 1 ney 7ot Wild I Is of wild honey Fr tree by DonMajestic-Mutual The Great God r Valley in the ntaine In one Id several memfelled a big the tree came Ind the honey ink Crisp and renast of wild I - i 1 -i t - ' 1 (4 THE SACRA3IELNTO BEE: SATURDAYNOVENIBER 14 1911 In -: I''' - rAw4 :i: 1 ":!m:0w:::::iiiiiiiii:ii:w:w:J:iiik::iiiiir:i::iiiiiitii:miwi:iii1:m:‘m:::oimini::::::::::::::i7:1 isiiiiiii:::i:1::E:iiili:::iixii::Ikr::::::::i::v t 1: w IIc :sit::o::: 1:!iii:m!s:: iii:::: :1i iiiii:: ::i:i41-77vii :::: Iiiiii :! : 0 :ir:ii: : :il: : 1:ii: :4:: :irir: :il:::111:- i:::?1:-- ::ii: 77t:: ii:ti: !!:-:i:f:: li 4i1i -0 f!itk rii P - 47's:"ieN:''-'-' i'Iii:'":':: i4: iit 4 ':1!::tEn fAii-iiit '' :!': iii:'i:i ii!- i i:- -': : '-ii ii!::' — i) ii:: Hiii : iii: -'iiii i!iiii-- ' ' 'i-i i- ':c Alk t i --i ' : -:il t ' - It-F:lirii :::i i:4-s::::3i i ':3:1:if: i) -4!i':' ::':-i:!- i:i!- 1 il : ii : :nii :c: :i: -i:iiii :ii - - :iiiii:?: 0r i:- t v k 0 rri4 i: 7 -::EI:i:::-: ':7-1 ::: : wi- : : -10 1' ri :iF: it! !-: i - :: -: iii : ii ::‘::::7i:::::::i: k:1a : 41s :: ::i:: i:i ' ::limk:11:it '':§41-4-:: ii -i::: :ii :n:i::44-0:ifi :3::::ii:i: ii:!:ii:iis:i I vA i:tili: !iiiiiii-T-:ilimimiwioi::i:iliimi:iiiiiii:ii0iiitoli!i:iioiii:lii:ilot4:i4ii:':sit-ioioi:iiNtoiiwi':-00i-::'":0iiiw4i3-io 1 :-iiilil:::wi::!-:7:::ii!iiIiii::7iii::-::i::i":::i:?:i7i::7:1 i:i!:::: 1 1 1 e7c Only Thing Which Saved CENES and Players in 'Some c Some of the Attractions Corning to Sacramento Next Week Including Fish and Louise Lester IsWe ::cn- : w‘v Adele Blood From Ridicule in L) Game Pictures at the Clunie Vaudeville Programs Clunie-Orpheum and Empress and "The Great Divide" as Writer of Photoplays Which I : H er"Milady's Boudoir" Of f eringiat the Grand' 4 She Also Stages and HelpsEnact " I t A 04) 11‘ 1 4 1 ' 1 1Y I ) 156 IAtt'"4 5 4 ' - ' i tr ' : 1 E'"- 4

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