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Romances of Movies
True More or Less
Joan of Arc
Geraldine Farrar Has
Made New Vision of
Maid of Orleans for
'Joan the Woman Film
ASED on the life of the im
mortal Joan of Are a motion
picture production in 11 parts
entitled "Joan the Woman,"
directed by Cecil B. De
Mitle, with Geraldine Farrar in the
role of Joan, will begin an engage
ment of five dayi in the Strand start
ing Tuesday. ,
, Althouga Miss Farrar a year ago
acted in three short photoplays under
Mr. DeMiHe's 'direction at the Lasky
studios, VJoan the Woman" will marl;
her first appearance as the star in a
cinema drama, of length sufficient to
comprise an entire evening's enter
J here is1 a certain timeliness about
story of Joan of Are, as it has
been reported frequently from France
that public interest in the Maid of
Orleans never was so keen as at the
present moment Although the story
of "Joan the Woman," written for the
screen by Jeanie Macpherson, has
been carefully guarded, it is said that
air. UeMille and Miss Farrar have
touched upon this feature of modern
ism. in relating one of the most fas
cinating stories of medievalism.
All the scenes of the picture were
made last summer in California, Miss
.Farrar having spent more than four
months in-the motion picture colony.
As to the historical accuracy of cos
jtumei, armor, heraldry, buildings and
the personnel, that portion of the pro
duction was in the hands of Wilfred
Buckland, formerly of the artistic
staff of David Belasco. Mr. Buckland
and Mr. DeMille for two years have
worked side by side in -the Lasky
studios and the assembling of material
for "Jon the Woman" consumed
many months of that time.
.Nothing more strikingly portrays
the lavishness with which "Joan the
Woman" has been staged than men
tion of the members of the cast. The'
hero is played by Wallace Reid, who
wai the Don Jose-iif Miss Farrar's
. film production of "Carmen;" Hobart
Bosworth, as La Hire; Theodore
Roberts, as Cauchon; Raymond Hat
ton, as King Charles VII: Tully Mar
shall, as Loiseleur, and Charles Clary,
as La Tremoille.
The Hippodrome theater on Twen
ty-fifth and Cuming streets has had a
change for the better. It is now man
aged by people who thoroughly un
derstand the motion picture business.
The best of feature pictures are pre
sented and from ,thc crowds in at
tendance they are appreciated. Among
the notable changes is the installation
of two projection machines, and now
the photoplay is continuous and with
out the long waits while the operator
changes reels. Then,, too, a new
Minusa curtain has been installed that
is recognized as being the best made,
and is in use by the best theaters
throughout the country. Many in
novations are being arranged and will
make their appearance from time to
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Bills for Current Week
a Did you vef tell a fib to your wife.
ft If yoa ar . wlf yor--lf, did you vr
tll atari to your truaband? "The Fibbwa,"
at tha Bun today and Monday, In which
Bryant Waahburn and Virginia Vally apjwar
a husband and wlfa, ahowa that en tha
white variety of flba often causa many do
mestic heartaehra. It la a 'acreen veralon of
"The Oood Samaritan," by Jamea W. Adams,
the noted author. To balance the program la
tha latest Christie comedy, "Betty'e Bl
Idea." and the newest news of the world
In pictures. Tuesday and Wednesday Emily
Hterens returns to the 8un In a eeven-act
special feature entitled, "A 81eeplnit Mem
ory. She la obll-d ta play the parte of wo
me throughout all ayes of tha world- his
tory, each a totally distinct type. Mr. and
Mr. Sldfiey Presr are also featured an this
profram In their latest comedy, 'Hist
Hptes." On Thursday, Friday and Saturday
William Fo present Dustln Farnum In
'The Scarlet Pimpernel,- from the atory by
Baroness Omy. Blllle Rhoadee' neweat
eomedy and tha tateat Mut ajnd Jeff comlo
: cartoon fin out tha btlL
Kanpreae ..The feature photoplay at the
Empress theater for tha flrat four day of
the week Is 'The Flmln Omen." featur
!, ?r7 Andereoa and Alfred Whitman,
which la a fasclnatlm story of the Peruvian
Aadea. Drawn, after , 1 t. h.
jery spot In tha depth of tha And where
inc wite and baby boy,
nr EnlUbman to data aa aha had
yrsrea ae wouia b. The death af w.kin.
fi,rin J? ,th ytery of the parentage of
Pnc' ta th W-rful cltmat la
thla Blue Ribbon feature. William a Hart
rill be jma In "Dakota Dan." a thrilling
estera tory hi which William Hart take
:h role of the proprietor of a notorious
rambling- den. saloon and danc hall. The
parson's daughter played by Rhea Mitchell,
asdearor to reform Dakota Dan and bring
By DICK W1M.I9.
The Famous Star graciously permitted
her high priced press agent to allow a hint
to creep into the papers that she might
condescend to be tempted to be persuaded
to let her head manager of chief secretary
Interview any presumptuous maker of films
who would be honored 'enough to be allowed
to eagerly and respectfully submit an offer
for her services for a Heriea of Feature Pic
tures. Long breath hi re, please.)
Tha manufacturers came, all of them, and
tha head manager of the Famous' Star met
them and condescendingly mads them feel
away from home and uncomfortable. The
((proprietor of 1 periodicals, who aspired to
embrace tha fifth industry of the states,
offered 110,000 a week and was Instantly
dismissed from the presence of the person
with tha reflected glory of the spotlight
"I bid 115.000," piped the millionaire ad
mirer of the Famous Star. The head man
ager merely gaied at his .one-inch-across
solitaire diamond ring, and murmured,
"Flkerl" and tha millionaire admirer faded
him Into tha church, Th atory end as allQ
vooa atone ao,
Strand Two unusually pleasing and
varied plcturea constitute the Strand' pro
gram this week. Today and tomorrow Jack
rickford and Louisa Huff bold forth In a
charming oomedy-drama, 'Th Ghost
House," wherein thrill and laugn ar wen
Intermingled. Commencing Tuesday and tha
remalndar of th weak edtnea tha elnama
apectacla of tha aeaaon, "Joan, th Woman,"
with Geraldine Farrar tn tha title role.
Baaed upon tha Ufa of Joan of Are, thl pic
ture represents the vary last word In mod
ern motographls epeotacle. apeclal musical
program adds to tha pleasure of tha picture,
which should ba en by all lovera f really
high elaaa features. Charles Kay and Sessue
Hayakawa next week.
Muse Mrs. Vernon Castle will ba featured
at tha Muse for today only In her flrat photo
play, "Stranded In A ready," a play of mys
tery and tha great outdoora, from th novel
by Francis Lynn. Mrs. Castle doe many
stunt Including a to-foot Jump into' the
river and the rescue of the hero In tha rock
Infsated rapids. Monday and Tuesday Wil
liam & Hart will be aeon In "Heir Hinges,"
on of th beat In which thla popular atar
ha appeared. Beginning Wednesday and
for th balance of tha week Theda Tiara
wilt be th attraction, In "Camllle." William
Foa ha apared no expense In making thl
xirnm Theda Bara masterpiece on of tha
Hippodrome One of th beat photoplay
offering of th season, "Mother o Mine,"
tarring Rupert Julian and Hum currora,
will be the attraction here today, Thla Blue
bird production telle a atory of a young man
whs goes to tha city and makes a fortune.
His mother paya him an unexpected visit
when he Is entertaining society and he In
troduce her a hi old nurse. Th mother
understand and steal away to her home.
He then realises "what a cad h Is, and de
nouncing society and Its sham goes back to
spend th rest of his day In caring for hi
mother. Max Asher I also on th bill In a
comedy. Monday Donna Drew In a Butterfly
production, "Tha Lair of in won.- '
flubnrban--01tv Thomas In her second
Triangle production, "An Even Break' will
be th photoplay attraction her today. It
1 fast-action story lata arouna ine race
track and telling a story that Should una
favor with natron of thl theater. A good
comedy also will be on tha bill Monday and
Tueaday Mary rickford In tha bast plotura
of bar career, "Rebecca of Bunnybrook
Farm," th crn version of th book ana
stage play of tha earn nam. Th action I
filled with humoroua momenta. It will be
ahowa again Tueaday, matinee and night.
Wednesday cornea Georg waiso, ana inurs
day Wallace Held.
Lothrop Another comedy-drama starring
Bryant Washburn will be the attraction at
thla theater today. It la "Tha Oolden Idiot,"
and along tha aama llnea aa "Skinner's
Baby" and other "Skinner" production: Tha
Hearat-Patha News and a eomedy will also
be on th bill. Monday and Tueaday Madge
Kennedy In her debut on tha Ooldwln pro
gram, "Baby Mine." tha screen veralon of
the farce comedy that was such a success
on th speaking stage,
Apollo-.Mildred Manclng In a Greater
Vltagraph production, "Ths Princes of
rark Row," will hold forth bar etoday. It
la th (limitation of th atory of th same
same snd tells a highly entertaining atory
of a girl and a police reporter. A good
comedy will also be on th same bill.
Monday Shirley Mason In Th Law or tn
North," a atory of tha gold flelda. Friday
Wallace Reld In "Tha Hostage." Satur
day an all-star caat of World players la
ancclal timely production, ' Rasputin, tna
Black Monk." The atory I laid around th
poltlcal Intrigue of Russia prior to the
revolution and expose aome of th powers
behind th throne..
Hipp Ma Murray la her Initial Bluebird
production will be th attraction at thl
theater today in -"Prince Virtu." It Is
said to be the moat lavish production of the
season and a novel preaentatioa of th emart
et of Paris. A widowed mother with
plenty of money 1 married by a titled tor-,
(una hunter and ber charming daughter I j
sought after by fortune banters until an
American ahowa up on tha scene who
sensed the situation. The girl I a dreamer
and looks on th American aa her Prince
Charming. Tueaday and Wednesday Wil
liam Duncan and Coral Holtoway In "Dead
Shot Baker." Thursday only. Earl Wil
liam In a ojsver detective lory, "Apart
ment 39." Friday ' and Saturday Francis
Ford In a Butterfly production, "John
Ermine of th Yellowstone," an Interest
holding picture of th great west, lt big
men and glowing romance.
' Dundee No show at this theater today,
Monday Seena Owen In 'a 'Triangle play,
"Madam Bo Peep," a comedy-drama abound.
Ing In humoroua alluatlona and telling a
atory that will prove entertaining, IlearaU
Pathe News also on tha bill. Thursday
Mabel Taliaferro In "The Dawn of Love,"
Friday Baby Marl Osborne In "Shadows
and Sunshine," In which she duplicate ber
former successes, .
Grand A human Interest atory is ''Th
Corner Grocer," (tarring Lew Fields and
little Madge Evana, which la being ahown
today. It Is filmed from th story and
stage play of the same name, telling of a
little cheerful girlie who I left without
parents and goes to the- corner grocer for
help, and thla big-hearted man tabea ber
Into tha family. -Monday Beaala Love tn
"Wee Lady Betty." Tuesday BUM Burke
In HTh Mysterious Mis Terry."
Rohlff A thrilling story of the race (rack
la told In "They're Off," tha Triangle photo
play showing her today, (tarring Enid
Bennett. A good comedy Is also on th bill,
Monday Emmy Wehlen In "Sower and
Reaners." Tuesday and Wednesday Made
Kennedy In her flrat Gbldwyn picture, "Baby
Mine." It la tha acreen adaptation of tha
highly successful play -of th same nam.
Thursday Beast Love In "Wee Lady Betty."
Friday Valeaka Suratt In "A Rich Man'
Plaything." Saturday Edwin Arden In "Th
Iron Heart" and Pearl Whit In th eight
eenth chapter of "The Fatal Ring."
' Boulevard Tha William Fox auper da luxe
feature, i'The Honor System," will be th
feature attraction here today and Monday.
Thl picture ha created more talk and In
tereat than any photoplay that his played
ALII A FIB II A
Today WILLIAM DESMOND, in
"MASTER OF HIS HOME"
Frt. FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN in
IN THE DIPLOMATIC SERVICE
Synopsis ot Events, Covered In Hearst
rath New, Released Today.
SEW- HAVEN. CONN. Maine's artillery
boy meet th Newport Naval eleven on
th gridiron, and Jackles and soldiers at
tend the contest-
CALBRATRIA, CAL. Thanksgiving Is com
ing and eo ar th turkeys. lor th big
western farms ar preparing to supply
the holiday' needs,
NEW YORK CITY Lover of song hat!
Signor Enrico Caruso, tha world famous
tenor, on his return from a long Sooth
American tour. . -
SOMEWHERE IN ENGLAND At on ot
Britain's training eampa a contingent of
United States troops is getting ready to
Join Pershing's force in action.
NEW ORLEANS. LA. Relief from the sagar
, shortage . is near at hand aa th big
Louisiana planter rush th harveeting
of their ran crop.
LATONIA. KY. Th historic Catonl Derby,
th turf classic ot th season, brings out
ths finest array ot t-year-olds in th
country. . -
NEW LONDON. CONN. Recognising th
value of submarine ia modera warfare,
th Chilean navy is havmg fleet of
- under sea boat built.
WASHINGTON, D. C.Nature'a own ta'not
forgotten In th turmoil of war, and th
. blooms at th United State Chrysanthe
mum show ar as fin aa ever.
NOYON. FRANCE Visiting different carts
of the French front, th Prince of Con
naught voice th unity of th Allies in
in linal drive.
Today RUPERT JULIAN and
RUTH CLIFFORD, in -
"MOTHER O' MINE"
A Story Swoot and Human,
rhursday FRANKLYN FARNUM
in TTHE CLEAN UP"
WILLIAM S. HART in'
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in
"DOWN TO EARTH"
Comipg The Honor System
OLIVE THOMAS In
"AN EVEN BREAK"
Mn6aV aN6 tUE5&AV-M.t. Yu-..
MARY PICKFORD in
"REBECCA OF SUNNY
Eventually the spokesman of th.e yndl
cate which owns the Motion Picture Indus
try heart and aoul meekly mentioned
"twenty-thou per." "Twenty-five thousand
weekly with a two years' contract, payable
In advance," said the head manager firmly,
and twenty-five weekly it "Was.
By her contract the Famous Star had the
right to. choose, approve of and change
stories, directors and her supporting cast,
and ao successful was she In her discrim
ination that ahe dlaorgrganlxed an estab
lished studio, sent the feminine aupport Into
permanent hysterics and the male portion
into oblivion. Six directors were used In
the first production, which took two years
to bring to completion, the photoplay cost a
cool two million and was rejected by most
of the exhibitors, who rudely Insisted that
the Famous Star was not known to the
movla fans, who preferred aa atars the
movie artists they knew and loved so well.
! The Famous Star retired on her hard
The syndicate charged the loss to experi
ence and went and did the same thing
Verdict: Serves them right.
la this elty tor many a day. The atory tells
of tha old syatem of prtsona and the new,
Bile a love atory la told throughout that
Is of rap re than passing Interest. There Is
plenty of rlcfc comedy to offset the serlous-
aa or tense situations. The stars are
George Walsh, Miriam Cooper, Gladys Brock-
wen, Milton Bills and many others. The
balance of the week Is made up of splendid
pictures, which Includes a timely one on
Thursday, called "The- Food Gamblers."
starring William Desmond.
Alhambra A splendid atory of domestic
affairs ft told at this theater today In "The
master or his Home," atarflng William Des
mond. It tells of a wife who cared more
for society and amusement than for her
home, while her husband longed for some
one ta carry on the family name. Monday,
Maaam Ulga Petrova, In "Bridge Burned."
Friday come Francis X. Bushman and
Beverly Bayn In "The Diplomatic Service."
Hamilton William 8. Hart will be the
photoplay attraction at this theater today
In "Wolf Lowry." It is one of those reck
less western plays of a gunman and killer
who Is made Into a model man through his
love for a mere slip of a girl. Monday, Jack
Piokford and Louise Huff In a pleasing col
lege story, -rne varmint." The balance of
th week comprise on of the best bill that
hav vr shown her. Inclndlne Dnurl
Fairbanka on Friday la "Down to Earth."
A CONTRACT was signed yesterday be
tween the Select Film corporation and
th Empress theater whereby all the
-ir jiimoau loung picture will In
th future be shown at the Empress theater.
Th first Clara Kimball Young production
ia "Magda," In alx pasta, which will be
placed on the Empress program for four
days starting Sunday, December t.
"Bnir Montana, Douglae Talrbank's fa
mous fttnny man, will appear, "tin" ear
and all. In William Russell's next picture,
"Ia Bad." Mr. Montana has been loaned
to Mr. Russell, -and Santa Barbara, the
home of th American Film company. Is
constantly attending wreatllng matches, the
laat being when "Bull" floored his husky
opponent, Wllhelm Berne, after a grueling
Georg Bertholon, th Ooldwyn asslatant
director, was in tn, Augustine, Fla., with
th Mary Garden troupe filming scene for
"Thai." He returned to the hotel after a
brief shopping tour with annoyance In bis
voice and on his countenance.
"Th old (lav market la a bunk," ho an
nounced In a ton that left no room for
doubt "It's a bunk. They haven't got a
alavs la stock."
Th time spent by picture actresses and
actors ia sitting about the studio awaiting
their turn to appear has been turned to good
advantage by Beb Daniels, leading vloman
ot Pathe's "Luke" comedies, who his or
ganised a knitting club. Even the men are
being taught to handle the needles. The
finished products are to go to the soldiers.
William Fox's apectacular cinema version
ot "Cleopatra," with . Theda Bara a th
ilren of th Nil, ha not only been re
ceived well by th publto In general, but has
BRYANT WASHBURN in
"THE GOLDEN IDIOT'
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
MADGE KENNEDY in
X "BABY MINE"
LEW. FIEJJDS and
LITTLE MADGE EVANS
THE CORNER GROCER
- . TUESDAY
BILLIE BURKE, in
"Mysterious Miss Terry"
NO SHOW TODAY
SEENA OWEN, in
"MADAM BO PEEP"
BABY MARIE OSBORNE
In a Film Troat
"Shadows and Sunshine"
Exhibition of Paintings,
Sunday, November 11, -2
P. M. to 10 P. M.
made the critic alt up and take notice, ac
cording to th thing that have been said
and written about the feature.
What Antony paid for Cleo'i clothes
Only the Great Sahara knowa;
In Thedapatra aha weara a roael
Jewell Productlona will shortly release
"K," by Mary Robert Rlnehart, which ap
peared serially In McClure's. It has been pre
pared for the screen by Lola weber and
Belle Bennett, Triangle star, who has
just completed a new picture, "Fsel of Life,"
under th direction ot Walter Edwards, Is
spending a few day' vacation with friends
in San Rafael, near Ban Francisco.
The General Film company has acquired
for distribution a new series of short length
subjects, to be known as the Selburn com
edies. It la controlled by tha Piedmont Pic
ture corporation, on subject to be released
a month, beginning November II,
The third of ths Mary Roberts Rinehart
sub-deb stories, starring Marguerite Clark,
will be a November Paramount release and
In entitled "Babs Matinee Idol."
Webster Campbell, th Vltagraph "Juve
nile" lead, la on of th few actor who can
really writ t a good photoplay. He be
lieves It helps him in hi other work. He
ha had photoplay accepted and produced
by aeveral companies. Including th Vlta
graph and American. He favor clean
Jack Plckford and Louise Huff have gone
to Hannibal, Mo., to make the Paramount
production of "Tom Sawyer," amid tha very
scenes In which Mark Twain placed this
hero of boyhood and hla pals. Tom lived
there 70 yeara ago, but the old town prob
ably has not changed greatly.
There Is a report that Sessue Hayakawa
and a company of IS people may shortly go
to Hawaii to film acenes In a forthcoming
Paramount plotura. Mr. Hayakawa'a next
picture will b "The Secret Game," a De
cember Paramount release.
Under the title of "Under the Star and
Stripes In France" Patha has announced a
(Admission, 10 Cant)
TODAY AND MONDAY
MAE MURRAY in
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
, WILLIAM DUNCAN in
, THURSDAY ONLY
v EARLE WILLIAMS in
A "APARTMENT 29"
No. 3 "THE RED ACE"
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "
FRANCIS FORD in
"JOHN ERMINE OF THE
Twenty-Eighth and Leavenworth.
TODAY at 2, 3:43, 5:30, 7:15, 9
MILDRED MANNING in
"Princess ofPark Row"
SHIRLEY MASON in
"The Law of the North"
WALLACE REID, in
'THE BLACK. MONK"
With Aa All-Star Cat.
Call Bomber So: 789
two-reel picture that aril! do doubt be of
great interest, mainly for it timeliness. Aa
th nam implies, th picture shows the
soldiers of th United State now on French
soil, th vanguard ot the vast army that
will soon b "over tbere."
Vltagraph has secured the exclusive serv
ices of Robert W. Chambers In writing ori
ginal stories and adaptations. Eight are fo
be screened within the coming year and
Chambers is to receive $10,000 for each
story. This Is safd to be ths highest price
ever paid for the rights to a series of stories
by any company In the United States. Tom
Terris will visualize these stories.
The success which greeted William' Fox's
presentation of "Jack and the Beanstalk'1
and "Aladdin," has encouraged him to
organize still another company of Juvenile
players. The new organization will be
headed by Georgle Stone and his "leading
lady!' will be Gertrude Messtnger. The new
company is already under way on a famous
Louise Fasenda, who will appear In the
Paramount-Mack Bennett comedy, "Are
Waitresses Safe?" soon to be released, owns
a fine automobile, but she Is afraid to run
it, "I Just let It stand In front of my
bungalow so folkj will know I own one'
she confided, "but when I want to ride I
hire a machine with r. chauffeur attached."
Charles is back, meaning Chaplin, of
course. He had a Jolly little jaunt to
Honolulu and has approv. I the plana for
the new atudlo, and the builders are push
ing thlnga ahead. It will be one of the
Drettleat aa well aa one of tha best eautcned !
In Los Angeles.
any In the pufrleV of aculptor, painter or
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew delight In
making their weekly thousand fet of
laughs for Metro-Drew comedies. They us
ually write their own scenarios and direct
themselves In these fun-fests.
At the Paragon studio In Fort Lee, Alice
Brady began work last Tuediy on her sec
ond Select Picture. This is a s. reen version
of Charlotte Bronte's novel. "Jane Eyre."
The picture has b'.en splendidly adapted
to screen uses, and Is being directed by Ed
ward Jose. Miss Brady's leading man is
The most difficult tank that Director J.
Searle Dawley had In filming the theater
scns In "Bab's Matinee Idol," recently at
Maxlne Elliott's theater, was to keep the
eyes of the extras who formed the "audi
ence" fixed on the stage, where a play
was supposed to be In progress. They
wanted to look at Marguerite Clark, star
of the Paramount picture, who graced a
stage box. ,
A Balboa boy who Is somewhere In
Franc. says that the motion picture shows
behind the lines are "first aid to peace."
His formula Is "get shot; see the movies;
Bessie Barrlscale Is a great base ball en
thusiast and an unblushing rooter. She and
Howard Hickman attend every ball game
they can, which la not very many. Miss
Besnle has a little way of jumping up when
excited and Howard almost mechanically
yanks her down again. She Invariably ad- J
vances me, same excuse 10 me ;nng suner
Ing men who sit immediately behind her,
"Sorry I was so excited I Just couldn't
help It," then she doe it all over again!
No one ever suspected Monroe Salisbury
of being an author and yet it transpires
that he has written a praticularly beautiful
story, one that has taken htm two years to
evolve. It will appear In short story form
and be made into a feature picture about
tha time of publication. Those who know
Mr. Salisbury will readily understand that
the artist shows In his work and that it
Is full of what la known aa heart Interest.
When asked about the direction of chil
dren, Henry King remarked "Big children
or little onea? So many artists are Just
grown-up. Irresponsible, lovable children
anyway, there is not very much difference
when It comes to directing them after all.
All that Is required ia to appeal to their
sympathies and use tact." Mr. King is
producing for the American company and.
Mary Miles Minter is his atar.
Madame Nailmova, who la now starring
under ths Metro banner, speaka of the mo
tion picture aa photodrama and declares It is
an art of creative principles, as serious as.
ENID BENNETT, in
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
MADGE KENNEDY, in
"BABY MINE" f
A Clever Farce Comedy.
BESSIE LOVE, in
"WEE LADY BETTY"
VALESKA SURATT, in
"Rich Man's Plaything"
No.l& 'The Fatal Ring"
and EDWIN ARDEN
in "THE IRON HEART"
WE ARE NOT FIBBERS WHEN WE SAY
IT'S SOME PICTURE
ALL WEEK COM. THIS AFTERNOON
Wj. N. Selif, Present the Screen-Vertion of Robert Hichent' World
. Famou Novel,
THE GARDEN OF ALLAH
With HELEN WARE and 5,000 Others
The Wonderful Sand Storm.
The Bedouin Battle in the Desert.
The Dancing Girl's Vengeance.
Thousands of Horses, ,Camels, Arabs.
CONTINUOUS 1 P. M. TO 5 P. M. 7 P. M. TO 11 P. M.
PMCESALL SEATS 25c, BOXES 50c
Comini Next Sunday One Week "THE BIRTH OF A NATION"
i vv nit a
I TODAY " f&GMSj MONDAY
JACK PICKFORD AND LOUISE HUFF
"THE GHOST HOUSE" .
i TUESDAY GERALDJNE FARRAR IN ,
I "J OAN THE WOMAN"
THIRTY-THIRD AND LEAVENWORTH
Tonifht and Monday at 7 and 9
Matinee Today at 2:30 and 4:30
Price Mat., 10-15c. NigjiU, 15c
MOST STARTLING PICTURE
OF A GENERATION
STARRING GEORGE WALSH,
MIRIAM COOPER, GLADYS
BROCKWELL, MILTON SILLS
AND MANY OTHERS.
JULIETTE DAY in
"THE CALENDAR GIRL"
MME. OLGA PETROVA in
THE BLACK BUTTERFLY'
WILFRED LUCAS in
"THE FOOD GAMBLERS"
OLIVE THOMAS in
"AN EVEN BREAK"
"A Modera Monte Ctfsto"
ne oeu ivressea ana oesi
Known Woman in the
MRS. VERNON CASTLE
"Stranded in Arcady"
A thrilling Story of the
Great Outdoors, full of mys
tery and suspense.
WM. S. HART
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