The Charlotte News from Charlotte, North Carolina on March 31, 1919 · Page 10
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1 1 f I u M S 1 K ? : i: h a Milt s ! 1 i S !!:! ! .si it ,! i a t. ' 1 'S s 1 Jul a s : f . t t .1 -I J ! OPENS TOMfflT 7 P. M. ACADEMYt Keith Vaudeville and Picture, Matinee, 3 P. M. Sffsht 7:20 and 9 P. SI. FIBMOJTTs tfusleal Comedy and t Bade vide. Matinee and Wight. OTTOVAYt Hlgh-clas Pictures, 10:3 A.M. to 11 P. M. BRPADWAYi Htffh-claas Pictures, 103O A, M. to 11 P. M. STRAJVD. High-class Pictures, 10:30 A. If. tr 11 P. 31. EOTSOMA: Hlfth-claas Pictures, !O:30 At 31. to It P. M. JHEALi Hlch-fis Pictures, 10:30 A. to 11 P. 51. At The Academy of Music. Five standard Keith acts and a picture program of promising features will constitute the new program at the Academy of Music the fir3t half of this week, and the management of the theatre believes the forthcoming program will be the equal of the dandy one shone the-latter half of last week. One of the promising features is a comedy sketch entitled, 'Petticoats," written by that successful originator of vaudeville sketches, John B. Hymer. It will be presented by -a cast of five. The act has an unusual foundation for mirthful , possibilities. - Martin. Webby vaudeville star of proven ability, will appear in "Cousin Guiseppe," a vaudeville sketch that BROADWAY" TODAY YOU WANT TO SEE "Why I Should A Colossal Wm. Fox Photo Drama, and is One of the Outstanding Sensations of the Year Also i Gaumont News All the &g Events of the World Shown V. ALWAYS THE BEST PICTURES ALWAYS A FIRST RUN IN CHARLOTTE Gome! HEATER temperamental peculiarities. The act is said to be a meritorious one. "College Campus Capers" will be the title of the sketch to be presented by Skipper, Kennedy and Reeves, a clever trio who do a fine bit "of harmony singing and manage to put across some exceptionally striking comedy situations. The Belle Sisters will give a song and dance revuette, in which there will be singing and. dancing, such as will appeal to lovers of good vaudeville. Their reputation as clever entertainers is well established in the vaudeville world. In addition to the vaudeville, a picture program has a specially promising feature. This is a. new comedy by the-Rolin Film, Company stars. At The Edisonia. Muscles that stand out like whip cords when tense, yet as pliable as the flesh of a child when at rest, have given Eddie Polo, noted athlete of the sawdust ring and "Hercules of the Screen," a physique that has earned for him the reputation of being the most highly developed "perfect man" in films. In "The Lure of the Circus," the stupendous serial of life under the Big White Top, love and big business, Polo goes through an amazing series of "stunts" that make even blase Not Marry' Charlotte's Most Beautiful and Up-to-Date Home of Supreme Photoplays Opens Its Doors to the Public Tonight at 7 P.M. MARGUERITE In. - "Mrs. Wiggs of The Cabbage Patch" - Has been selected for the opening attraction. Extra added attraction i - i t Stanley and Lea Musical Act Deluxe The Theatre is cheerful and homelike. Bright-faced ushers will show you to a comfortable chair and tantalizing captivating music by our supeirb orchestra lulls your tired nerves We picture producers gasp in amazement. The dare-devil feats of aerialists, ground tumblers, trapeze performers and equestrians, thrilling races " between 4 high-strung thoroughbred horses, performances by wild animals under the whip of beautiful Eileen Sedgewick, and other incidents of a great circus organization, are features of this thrilling . Universal . master serial which will come to the Edisonia Theatre on Monday. At The Ottoway. Constance Talmadge, since she first sprang into fame on the screen with her portrayal of the Mountain Girl In D. W. Griffith's great drama, "Intolerance," has steadily proved her adil-ity to portray dashing, vivacious roles. Her Select Pictures have afforded her splendid opportunities and she has taken full advantage of every one. Of, a different type than her. charm ing sister, Norma, Constance Talmadge possesses an equal amount of magnetic attractiveness and has won a following that ' 13 enviable among screen patrons. In her latest Select Picture, "Mrs. Boots," which apjears at the Ottoway Theatre ; on Monday and Tuesday, she has a characterization that lends itself absolutely to her qualities as an actress. ,In this picture, as In all of. her other Select Pictures, Miss Talmadge is presented by Lewis J. Selznick. At The Strand. In "Put Up Your- Hands," an American "Flying A" "comedy-drama, Margarita Fisher appers to her best advantage. Her "film intuition" , is Charlotte's Most Modern Movie ' TODAY MARGARITA FISHER in Put Up Your Hands Also ' HAROLD LLOYD in . . His Latest Comedy SIM! Want To m n-ii.i i-inirvi shown to brilliant advantage in the characterization that is being presented at the Strand. Theatre on Monday. The story is an excellent choice in the brilliant variety of features planned for Miss Fisher and was written by L. V.. Jefferson, author of several of the Fisher successes. "Put Up-Your Hands" is one of those happy V snappy comedy-dramas, with plenty of punch and good homely heart interest. " Comedy, drama, stunts, romance and thrills, all in one feature, with the sprightly little comedienne, send you away feeling all the better for seeing it. In the rol of Olive Barton, she has acquired' herself exceptionally well. The part fits Miss 'Fisher to a Mm -' A. .- - ,. .. .., .. A particularly strong cast includes George Periolat, as Peter Barton. Emory Johnson, as Leonard Hewitt, struggling young mining engineer, gives strong portrayal of an honest, who is mistaken by Olive for a bandit, but later becomes 'her sweetheart. NEW EDISONIA "today "the lure of the CIRCUS": EDDIE LYON '. . and LEE MORAN m 'Chicken a la King' .99 Current Events No. 11 TODAY r. CONSTANCE . TALMADGE T Mrs. Leffingwell's Boots" A Side Splitting Comedy, With Everyday Situations Also Latest Pathe News CLAI Know You! ; William Mong adds mirth to the story as "Old Highball Hazelitt," who, is perhaps a bit too fond of his "wee nip," but otherwise apears hale and hearty, despite his declining years. Kate Price, as Bridget, Hay-ward Mack as Alvin Thorne and Gordon Russell as "Three Gun Smith" complete the cast. At The Broadway. Three big international stars, in three big first run in Charlotte photoplays are billed at the Broadway, Charlotte's leading moving picture theatre, for the week. Heading the list is one of William Fox's latest productions, which has created somewhat of a sensation in the few large theatres in which the picture has been: shown throughout the east entitled, "Why I Should not Marry." "Why I Should Not Marry," is one of i those plays proving to be one "of the! ROUP Spasmodic croup is usually relieved with one application of v7 IOCS VAPORi -YOUR BODYGUARD" - 30. 60. 20 ELKS' 6 COMMENCING MONDAY One Mile of 7 V V 20 BIG NEW, CLEAN AND REFINED .... . ? ; . . . prapt p! THE 32 CARS 100 ANIMALS RHoda Royal's POLAK'S UNDER WATER DIVING GIRLS S E E HAGER'S -BIG MOTORDROME See the Daredevils THE HUMAN BUTTERFLY 7 outstanding sensations of the year, in which the theme of marriage is chosen for the theme of one of the greatest photo-plays that has ever been filmed, says one of the most authentic critics of. the age. This magnificent photo-drama' will be presented Monday and Tuesday, in addition to the regular extra added attraction, The Gaumont News, one of the latest current event magazine picture releases.- ' Wednesday and Thursday is another big feature day at the Broadway in which Miss Mae Marsh, the great Gold-win star will be seen in .. her latest picture "The Bondage of Barbara." Miss Marsh cleverly combines whimsical comedy and gripping drama in her newest picture, and in the picture she finds her happiest role in playing the part of the little mother to a younger brother for whose shortcomings she holds herself responsible. Miss Marsh is one of the most talented stars on the great Goldwin list and, one who never fails ito do the unusual, always something that gives the picture public an endearing remembrance of her picture. She revels .in several such enterprises as her newest production "The Bondage of Barbara." Peggy Hyland, in "Caught In The Act," will hold the boards Friday and Saturday. Miss Hyland in this picture SPRING BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS 6 NIGHT, MARCH 31 yiyA a o AT BASEBALL GROUNDS Big, Clean Amusement Features THE WORLD'S GREATEST LIST OF BIG ATTRACTIONS AND RIDING DEVICES EVER ASSEMBLED IN TIJIS CITY, FEATURING WORLD'S GREATEST LIST ' BIG ; WILD ANIMAL SHOW J CHAMBERS' BIG CITY MINSTRELS - FUN FOR ALL WEBB'S BIG CIRCUS SIDESHOW THE HOUSE OF, A THOUSAND WONDERS Built Upon a Foundation of Cleanliness and Decency. -Special Invitation to Ladies and Children OPENS wm o itiwa iAWhiyiTl 1TM lift Beautify the Complexion IN TEN DAYS Nadinola CREAM The Unequaled Beautifier USED AND ENDORSED BY THOUSANDS . Guaranteed to removt . tan, freckles, pimples, ' liver-spots, etc. Extreme cases' twenty days. Rids pores and tissues of impurities. Leaves the skin clear, ' soft, healthy. Two sizes.- Sold by leading toilet coun ters or mail. NATIONAL, TOILET COMPANY, Parti, Ter. surpasses all her past productions in making an interesting photo-drama. "Caught In- The Act" is one of those learning plays, one that has a good lesson for every one, one that has some- tmgn more iu ii Lua.u. mcic ment, and judging from the press reports the picture, is one that will be more than enjoyed. For Weakness After Grip or Influenza take GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, which is simply IRON and and QUININE suspended in syrup. So pleasant even Children like it. lou cari soon feel its Strengthening, invigorating Effect. 60c. - FESTIVAL Furnished by ATTRACTIONS 20 OF World-At-Home All-American Band 25 Pieces 15 BIG CIRCUS ACTS 15 ,- ALL NEW AND BIGGEST ON THE ROAD SUPERBA The Show Beautiful PRETTY GIRLS S E E UNDERGROUND CHINATOWN They All Talk About It PREPAREDNESS THE LAUGH SHOW SHOWS

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